1 WICHITA FALLS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Updated 1/2/2017 High School COURSE SEQUENCES This document is intended to provide general information regarding paths to graduation and earning an endorsement in Wichtia Falls ISD but is not a complete list of all requirements and options. For more information, visit the District s High School Curriculum page at
2 FOUNDATION: ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS: COURSE SEQUENCE All graduation plans require 4 years of high school English courses. In addition, students must pass the state s English I and English II EOC exams to earn a diploma. However, there are a few different course sequences for English Language Arts courses in high school, depending on a student s graduation plan, endorsements, or post-secondary interests. Students on the Foundation Plan with an Endorsement (Classes of 2018 and beyond) The standard sequence also satisfies requirements under the Foundation plan specifically, English IV is required for a Multidisciplinary Studies endorsement, and recommended with Arts & Humanities. Under the Foundation plan, students who have taken journalism classes during their sophomore and junior years may substitute the Newspaper III or Yearbook III for English IV. Under the Foundation plan, students may also substitute the Business English CTE course for English IV. 9 English I English I, and Journalism I English I 10 English II English II, Newspaper I or Yearbook I English II 11 English III English III, Newspaper II or Yearbook II English III English IV Newspaper III or Yearbook III Business English Students in the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program (DP) must complete the upper-level DP English courses. These programs will prepare students for the Formal and Informal IB Internal Oral Assessments required as part of the program. Advanced students (seeking college credit while in high school) Advanced students may also take courses leading to AP exams at the 11 th and th grades. AP English courses are often recommended for college-bound students with a planned major of English or pre-law, or who plan on attending an out-ofstate university. Students may also take dual credit English classes for college credit instead of English III-IV. Dual credit English is often recommended for students who plan to attend college in Texas but NOT major in English or pre-law (such as math or science majors). 9 Honors English I Honors English I English I 10 Honors English II Honors English II English II 11 DP English III (Junior Language A-1) AP English III (Language and Composition) DP English IV AP English IV (Senior Language A-2) (Literature and Composition) Students also have the opportunity to take several electives in English Language Arts: Creative Writing Journalism I Professional Communications Yearbook I, II, III Debate I, II, III Newspaper I, II, III Oral Interpretation I, II, II Note: Taking 4 or more of these courses (including a level III course in Newspaper or Yearbook) meets the requirements for an endorsement in Business and Industry. Dual Credit English Composition, Semester I (1301) & II (1302) Dual Credit British Literature, Semester I (2322) & II (2323)
3 FOUNDATION: MATHEMATICS: COURSE SEQUENCE In high school, to graduate with an endorsement, all students are required to take at least 4 credits of math to include Algebra I and Geometry. In addition, students must pass the Algebra I EOC exam to earn a diploma. However, there are several different course sequences for mathematics courses in high school, depending on a student s graduation plan, endorsements, or post-secondary interests. Students on the Foundation Plan with an Endorsement (Classes of 2018 and beyond) In most cases, students will take the standard sequence of math courses. For students who struggle to pass the Algebra I EOC exam, the Math Models course is recommended. To prepare for college, advanced students can enroll in Honors courses (from Algebra I through Precalculus). 9 Algebra I Algebra I Honors Algebra I 10 Geometry Math Models Honors Geometry 11 Algebra II Geometry Honors Algebra II Precalculus, or other advanced math course Algebra II Honors Precalculus Note: Algebra II is a required course for all students who pursue the STEM endorsement. Advanced students (seeking college credit while in high school) Any HS Rider & WFHS Hirschi One option for students planning to attend a Texas college is to take Dual Credit College Algebra as a senior. College-bound students who take Algebra I in middle school can ultimately take AP classes. (Also good for those seeking a STEM In some cases, advanced students may be allowed to double up on Geometry and Algebra II. IB Diploma candidates can take the Math Studies course as a senior. (It is also possible to take this course instead of IB Diploma candidates who double-up in math (or have 2 math credits from middle school) can take the Math HL course endorsement.) Precalculus.) (over 2 years). 8 Advanced Math 8 Honors Algebra I Honors Algebra I Honors Algebra I Honors Algebra I 9 Honors Geometry, Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra I Honors Geometry Honors Geometry Honors Algebra II Honors Algebra II 10 Honors Geometry Honors Algebra II Hon. Precalculus Honors Algebra II Hon. Precalculus 11 Honors Algebra II Hon. Precalculus AP Calculus Hon. Precalculus IB Math HL (Yr. 1) Dual Credit College Algebra AP Calculus and/or AP Statistics AP Statistics IB Math Studies IB Math HL (Yr. 2)
4 FOUNDATION: SCIENCE: COURSE SEQUENCE All high school students are required to take Biology, and must pass the state s Biology EOC exam in order to graduate. To graduate with an endorsement, every student must also take three additional science credits; however, several different course sequences are available in high school science, depending on a student s graduation plan, endorsements, or post-secondary interests. Students on the Foundation Plan with an Endorsement (Classes of 2018 and beyond) For students who struggle to pass the Biology EOC exam, it is recommended to take IPC and Environmental Systems. In most cases, students will take the standard sequence of science courses. To prepare for college, advanced students can enroll in honors courses, then choose from several advanced courses as a senior. 9 Biology Biology Honors Biology 10 Chemistry IPC Honors Chemistry 11 Physics, or PT Physics Environmental Systems Honors Physics Earth and Space Science, or other advanced science course Earth and Space Science, or other advanced science course Anatomy & Physiology, or Forensic Science Note: Both Chemistry and a Physics course are required for any student who pursues the STEM endorsement. Advanced students (seeking college credit while in high school) Rider & WFHS Hirschi College-bound students at Rider and WFHS can take Advanced Placement (AP) courses during their 11 th and th grade years and take exams to earn college credit in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Environmental Science. IB Diploma candidates can take either two years of advanced Chemistry, or two years of advanced Biology courses. Either path allows students to test at the HL level in science. 9 Honors Biology Honors Biology Honors Biology Honors Biology 10 Honors Chemistry Honors Chemistry Honors Chemistry Honors Chemistry 11 AP Physics 1 Honors Physics Physics, and Physics, and IB Chemistry (Year 1) IB Biology (Year 1) AP Biology, and/or IB Chemistry (Year 2) IB Biology (Year 2) AP Chemistry, and/or AP Env. Science AP Physics 2, or AP Physics C Students at Rider are also able to take a dual credit course in conjunction with the University of Texas called Earth Wind & Fire (GEO302E) while enrolled in high school Earth and Space Science.
5 FOUNDATION: SOCIAL STUDIES: COURSE SEQUENCE In Social Studies, all students are required to take US History, Government and Economics, and additional classes. In addition, students must pass the state s US History EOC exam in order to graduate. There are a several different course sequences for social studies courses in high school, depending on a student s graduation plan, endorsements, or post-secondary interests. Students on the Foundation Plan with an Endorsement (Classes of 2018 and beyond) Students who pass the US History EOC may be allowed to take Government/Economics as 11 th graders. (This is still under discussion.) Students who entered high school in 2014 or later are required to take only 3 credits of social studies. Students on the Foundation Plan who are unsuccessful on the US History EOC may be scheduled into World History for re-test prep. 9 World Geography World Geography World Geography 10 US History US History US History 11 [none] Government/Economics World History Government/Economics [none] Government/Economics Students on the Foundation Plan are not required to take the World History course. Instead, honors US History is offered (culminating with an EOC in grade 10). Advanced students (seeking college credit while in high school) Rider & WFHS Other AP and dual credit courses are offered to upperclassmen, including courses such as AP Human Geography and AP European History. Hirschi IB Diploma candidates must take two years of advanced history to test at the HL level in this area. 9 Honors World Geography Honors World Geography Honors World Geography 10 Honors US History Honors US History Honors US History 11 AP US History AP Government/ AP Economics AP Human Geography, AP European History, AP US History or Dual Credit US History, AP Govt/AP Economics or Dual Credit Govt/Econ IB History of the Americas (Year 1) IB History of the Americas (Year 2) (counts as Govt/Econ) In addition to the courses listed, social studies electives are also offered in Psychology and Sociology.
6 ENDORSEMENTS: BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY: COURSE SEQUENCES To complete an endorsement in Business and Industry, students have several different options: Industrial Communication Information Technology Agricultural Science Business Journalism Business and Industry Endorsement Industrial Welding Manufacturing Construction Architecture 9 Principles of Industrial Principles of Industrial Principles of Industrial Principles of Architecture 10 *Intro to Welding *Intro to Welding *Principles of Construction *Architecture Design I 11 *Welding I *Precision Metal *Interior Architecture & *Construction Technology Manufacturing I Design *Welding II + Lab, or *Precision Metal *Construction Tech II, or *Architectural *Practicum in Manufacturing II + Lab (at *Practicum in Design II Manufacturing Vernon College) Construction Electrical Technology Building Maintenance Automotive Technology Auto Collision Repair 9 Principles of Industrial Principles of Industrial Principles of Industrial Principles of Industrial 10 *Electrical Technology I *Plumbing I *Automotive Basics *Basic Collision Repair & Refinishing 11 *Electrical Technology II *Principles of Construction, and *Electrical Technology I *Automotive Tech I: Maintenance & Light Repair *Collision Repair *Auto Tech II: Automotive *Building Maintenance Service + Lab, or Technology I *Practicum *Practicum in Construction *Practicum in Transportation Systems Business and Industry Endorsement Agricultural Science Ag Mechanics Animal Science Plant Science 9 Principles of Agricultural Science Principles of Agricultural Science Principles of Agricultural Science 10 *Ag Mechanics & Metal Technology 11 *Livestock Production, with *Equine Science [½], and *Small Animal Management [½] *Principles of Floral Design, or *Horticulture Science *Ag Structures Design & Fabrication, and *Ag Equipment Design & Fabrication *Vet Medical Applications, and *Advanced Animal Science *Greenhouse Operations & Production *Ag Power Systems + Lab *Practicum in Ag *Practicum in Ag *Courses offered at the Career Education Center (CEC) may cover multi-period blocks to include transportation time.
7 Business and Industry Endorsement Arts, AV Production, and Communication AV Production Graphic Design 9 Principles of Arts, AV Production Principles of Arts, AV Production 10 Animation + Lab Animation + Lab 11 *AV Production I + Lab *Graphic Design and Illustration I + Lab *AV Production II + Lab *Graphic Design and Illustration II + Lab Business and Industry Endorsement Business, Marketing, and Finance Business Marketing 9 Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance 10 Professional Communications, and/or Business Info Management (BIM) 1 *Advertising & Social Media Marketing 11 *BIM 2 *Advanced Marketing *Global Business [½] and *Virtual Business [½] *Practicum in Marketing Dynamics, or *Entrepreneurship Business and Industry Endorsement Information Technology Journalism 9 Principles of Information Technology Journalism I 10 Computer Programming Newspaper I, or Yearbook I 11 *Computer Maintenance + Lab Newspaper II, or Yearbook II *Networking + Lab Newspaper III, or Yearbook III *Courses offered at the Career Education Center (CEC) may cover multi-period blocks to include transportation time.
8 ENDORSEMENTS: PUBLIC SERVICES: COURSE SEQUENCES To complete an endorsement in Public Services, students have several different options: Health Science Law Enforcement Hospitality Education and Training ROTC Cosmetology Human Services Public Services Endorsement Health Science Nursing Other Health Careers 9 Principles of Health Science Principles of Health Science Principles of Health Science 10 Medical Terminology Medical Terminology Medical Terminology 11 *Health Science Theory + Lab Medical Microbiology (*), and/or Medical Microbiology (*), and/or (CNA) Anatomy and Physiology Anatomy and Physiology *Practicum in Health Science (Options: EMT, or PT/OT Prep) *Practicum in Health Science (Nursing) *Pharmacology, or *Health Informatics Public Services Endorsement Education & Training Human Services Law Enforcement 9 Principles of Public Services Principles of Public Services Principles of Public Services 10 Child Development Child Development Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security 11 *Instructional Practices *Counseling and Mental Health Forensic Science, and *Law Enforcement I *Practicum in Education and *Law Enforcement II, and *Practicum in Human Services Training *Correction Services Cosmetology Hospitality ROTC 9 Principles of Public Services Principles of Public Services ROTC I 10 *Introduction to Cosmetology Intro to Culinary Arts ROTC II 11 *Cosmetology I and Principles of Cosmetology Design and Color *Culinary Arts ROTC III Theory *Cosmetology II + Practicum *Advanced Culinary Arts ROTC IV *Courses offered at the Career Education Center (CEC) may cover multi-period blocks to include transportation time.
9 ENDORSEMENTS: STEM: COURSE SEQUENCES STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. To earn an endorsement in this area, students must take Algebra II, Chemistry, and Physics and complete additional requirements, as described below. STEM Endorsement Science Students can earn an endorsement in STEM by completing a total of 5 science credits, which must include Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Rider & WFHS Hirschi Any HS Students in the IB Or students can take program can choose to advanced courses in the take advanced Biology life sciences. or Chemistry. Students can take advanced courses in Physics and Chemistry. There are many other science courses that can satisfy the STEM requirements. 9 Honors Biology Honors Biology Biology Biology 10 Honors Chemistry Honors Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry 11 AP Physics 1 Honors Physics Physics, and either IB Biology (year 1) or IB Chemistry (year 1) Physics AP Physics 2 or AP Physics C, and AP Chemistry AP Biology, and Anatomy & Physiology IB Biology (year 2) or IB Chemistry (year 2) STEM Endorsement Engineering Students who took Algebra I in 8 th grade 9 Principles of Applied Engineering 10 *Robotics I 11 *Engineering Design and Problem Solving *Robotics II Any 2 courses: Earth & Space Science, Forensic Science, AP Environmental Science, etc. STEM Endorsement Mathematics Students can earn an endorsement in STEM by completing a total of 5 math credits, which must include Algebra II and two courses beyond. Students who took Algebra I in 8 th grade can take AP or IB classes in th grade. Otherwise, to complete 5 math credits, students may have to double-up (or, take two math classes during the same year). 9 Geometry Algebra I Algebra I 10 Algebra II Geometry and Algebra II Geometry 11 Precalculus Precalculus Algebra II AP Calculus or AP Statistics; or IB Math Studies or IB Math HL AP Calculus or AP Statistics; or IB Math Studies or IB Math SL/HL Precalculus, and AP Statistics *Courses offered at the Career Education Center (CEC) may cover multi-period blocks to include transportation time.
10 ENDORSEMENTS: ARTS & HUMANITIES ENDORSEMENT: COURSE SEQUENCES Students can earn and endorsement in Arts and Humanities by taking additional social studies or foreign language courses, or by completing 4 credits in band, choir, theatre, or the visual arts. Social Studies Arts & Humanities Endorsement LOTE (Languages Other Than English) Students can take a total Advanced courses are also Students can take 4 levels of of 5 credits in social available to complete these the same language. studies. 5 credits. 9 World Geography World Geography Spanish I French I 10 US History US History Spanish II French II 11 World History, and AP/Dual US History, and Psychology/Sociology AP European History Spanish III French III Government/Economics AP/Dual Govt/Econ Spanish IV French IV Students can complete 4 courses of instrumental music. Arts & Humanities Endorsement Students can complete 4 courses of choral music. Students can complete 4 courses in Theatre Arts. Or, students can take 2 levels of two different languages. A total of 4 credits: Spanish I & II and/or French I & II and/or Latin I & II Students can complete 4 courses in the visual arts. 9 Band I, or Orchestra I Men s/girls Choir Theatre Arts I Art I 10 Band II, or Orchestra II A Cappella Choir I Theatre Arts II Art II 11 Band III, or Orchestra III A Cappella Choir II Theatre Arts III Art III Band IV, or Orchestra IV A Cappella Choir III Theatre Arts IV Art IV Other options: Jazz Band Guitar I, II, III, IV Piano I, II AP Music Theory Other options: Vocal Ensemble Music Appreciation Other options: Technical Theatre Theatre Production Other options: Art Photography Art Ceramics AP Studio Art AP Art History Students can also earn an endorsement in Arts and Humanities by completing 2 credits in each of two areas in the fine arts. (For example, 2 credits in Band and 2 credits in Theatre Arts.) This combination could also include 2 credits from other areas of performing arts: Dance I, II, III ENDORSEMENTS: MULTIDISCIPLINARY Students can also earn an endorsement in Multidisciplinary Studies by completing courses in one of the categories below. 4-by-4. Four credits in English (to include English IV), four credits in math, four credits in social studies, and four credits in science (to include chemistry and/or physics) Advanced. Four credits in AP, IB, or dual credit courses. Workforce. Four advanced career courses (CTE) that may not be in a coherent sequence (nor even in the same career cluster).
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Welcome To Shakamak Jr./Sr. High School Freshman Orientation Night Diploma Types Core 40 Core 40-Academic Honors Core 40-Technical Honors General (not encouraged by the state)- requires a formal opt-out
South High School Welcome and Introductions Planning Committee Charge The charge of the South High School Planning Committee is to provide recommendations regarding the academic programming of a new South