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1 Building Blocks OF A Four ear Plan

2 Diploma Options Academic & echnical Honors Academic Honors echnical Honors Core 40

3 Core 40 Requirements 8 English Credits 6 Math Credits (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II) *Must take uantitative Methods class each year 6 cience Credits (Biology, Choice of ICP/Chemistry/Physics, Choice of cience Elective) 6 ocial tudies Credits (Geography or World Civilizations, U History, U Government, and Economics) 1 Health Credit PE Credits 5 Credits from any of the following areas: World Language Fine Arts Career ech (C4) 6 Elective Credits

4 Academic Honors (AHD) Requirements Meet Core 40 Requirements additional math credits Fine Arts Credits World Language 6 Credits (same language) OR 8 Credits (4 credits in two different languages) C or better in all courses GPA of B or better One of the following: 4 AP credits ( AP courses) 6 Dual Credits ( dual credit courses) AP credits (1 AP course) AND Dual Credits (1 dual credit course) Composite 1750 or higher on A Composite 6 or higher on AC

5 echnical Honors (HD) Requirements* Meet Core 40 Requirements One of the following: 6 Dual Credits in a career pathway ( CE dual credit courses) A state-approved industry certification C or better in all courses GPA of B or better One of the following: ualifying cores on WorkKeys, Accuplacer, or Compass tests One of the following 4 AP credits ( AP courses) 6 Dual Credits ( dual credit courses) AP credits (1 AP course) AND Dual Credits (1 dual credit course) Composite 1750 or higher on A Composite 6 or higher on AC *HD requirements are subject to change by the Indiana Department of Education.

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7 A Guide to the Guide # emester-long Class ear-long Class ear-long, Multihour Class he # indicates how many mods uantitative Methods Course AP Course- must take and pass test to earn AP Credit. ee the website for passing scores. Freshmen ophomore Junior enior # # # Dual Credit Course- he # indicates # how many credit hours are earned. Must pass with C or better to earn dual credit Must have qualifying scores on Accuplacer/ AC/PA/A (scores vary by class) # Purple- credits are free # Green- Credits are $5 per credit hour

8 English Courses English 9 tandard English 9 Honors English 10 tandard English 10 Honors English 11 tandard English 11 Honors AP- Language and Composition English 1 tandard AP- Literature and Composition IU English 1 Composition IU English 1 Literature

9 Core 40 Math Requirements hese courses are required for the Core 40, Academic Honors and echnical Honors Diplomas. All students must pass Algebra I. Algebra I All students must pass 1 of these options. Inductive Geometry Deductive Geometry Geometry Honors Concrete Application tandard Level Rigorous College Prep All students must pass 1 of these options. Algebra II B Algebra II A Algebra II Honors

10 Additional Math Courses Any student planning on going to college should take a math course every year of high school. Finite Mathematics rigonometry Probability & tatistics AP tatistics Pre-Calculus Pre-Calculus Honors AP- Calculus AB 4 Calculus III AP- Calculus BC 4 AP Computer Programming I AP Computer Programming II North)

11 Core 40 cience Requirements hese courses are required for the Core 40, Academic Honors and echnical Honors Diplomas. All students must pass Biology I. Biology I All students must pass 1 of these options. Chemistry I Physics I Integrated Chemistry & Physics *Chemistry I & Physics I are designed to prepare students for upper level science courses. All students must pass a rd year of science. Upper Level cience Course *ee next page for Upper Level cience Courses

12 Upper Level cience Courses All students must pass Core 40 cience requirements. Please see previous page. tudents may take Chemistry I or Physics I as their rd year of science. Chemistry I Physics I Earth & pace cience Ocean cience PLW: Human Body ystems Biology II- Human Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Life cience: Foods Paleontology Astronomy PLW: Medical Interventions Biology II- Genetics, Biotechnology, Forensics Advanced Life cience: Animals AP Environmental cience *AP Chemistry (IU) 5 AP Biology (IU) 5 AP Physics I AP Physics II

13 ocial tudies All students must pass 1 of these options. Geography and History of the World Geog. & Hist. of the World (AP est Prep) World Civilizations I World Civilizations II High achieving students may take AP Econ during 10 th Grade. AP Micro Econ AP Macro Econ tudents must take U History during 11 th Grade. U History AP U History or ACP American History (IU) 6 U Government Economics Fundamentals of Economics E00 (IUPUFW) AP U Government or ACP Intro to American Politics (IU)

14 Physical Education PE eam PE Individual PE Option I PE Option II Physical Education Electives Weight raining Advanced Weight raining Drug and Alcohol Education

15 Health Health & Wellness Courses from this group will fulfil Health requirement. Keystone Any of these classes at any point in high school: Child Development Interpersonal Relationships Adult Roles & Responsibilities Nutrition & Wellness ports Nutrition & Wellness

16 World Language panish I French I Japanese I German I Chinese I panish II French II Japanese II German II Chinese II North) panish III French III Japanese III German III Chinese III North) panish IV French IV Japanese IV German IV 6 Chinese IV North) panish V French V Japanese V German V

17 Intro to D Art Visual Arts Intro to D Art D Art II Visual Communications/ Computer Graphics I Photography I Art History I D Art II D Art III Visual Communications/ Computer Graphics II Photography II Art History II D Art III D Art IV Photography III D Art IV D Art V D Art V D Art VI D Art VI D Art VII D Art VII

18 Performing Arts- heater and Dance heatre Arts I heatre Arts II Dance Performance I- Winter Guard Dance Performance II- Brigade Dance Performance I- Jazz & Ballet Dance Performance II- Jazz & Ballet

19 Performing Arts- Band and Choir Music heory & Composition I Music heory & Composition II AP Music heory Advanced Concert Band Jazz Ensemble Intermediate Orchestra Beginning Chorus- Olympian Choir Intermediate Choir- Center tage how Choir Choral Chamber- Chamber ingers Music History & Appreciation Applied Music- olo Workshop

20 English Electives English/ Journalism I Journalism II: Newspaper Digital Convergence: earbook Public peaking (IU)

21 ocial tudies Electives AP Human Geography Psychology *Intro to ociology AP Psychology AP European History opics in ocial cience: World Religions

22 C4- Agriculture Intro to Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Horticultural cience Natural Resources Plant & oil cience Advanced Life cience: Plants & oil Animal cience Advanced Life cience: Animals Agriculture Co-Op Agribusiness Management

23 C4 Business Digital Applications I Digital Applications II Principles of Business Management Principles of Marketing Marketing of Hospitality & ourism ports & Entertainment Marketing Introduction to Accounting I Advanced Accounting Business Law & Ethics Personal Financial Responsibility Banking & Investment Capstone

24 C4 Communications Graphic Design & Layout Design Fundamentals D Computer Animation & Visualization 6 Visual Communications/ Computer Graphics I Visual Communications/ Computer Graphics II Photography I Photography II Photography III Graphic Imaging echnology Interactive Media Radio & elevision I Radio & elevision I- Olympic Flame Radio & elevision II Radio & elevision II- Olympic Flame

25 C4- Computer ech Computer ech upport Networking I Networking II Infrastructures Networking II ervers

26 C4- Construction Civil Engineering & Architectural (Drafting) Intro to Construction Architecture Drafting & Design I Construction rades I Architecture Drafting & Design II Construction rades II Construction rades- Electrical I Construction rades- Electrical II

27 PLW Civil Engineering & Architecture Intro to Engineering Design PLW Principles of Engineering PLW Computer Integrated Manufacturing PLW Engineering Design & Development C4- Engineering PLW Digital Electronics Electronics & Computer echnology I Electronics & Computer echnology II Electronics & Computer echnology III Computers in Design & Production Mechanical Drafting & Design I Mechanical Drafting & Design II Mechanical Drafting & Design III Intro to Manufacturing Precision Machining I 1 Precision Machining II 6 6 Precision Machining III Industrial Automation & Robotics I Industrial Automation & Robotics II Welding I Welding II Welding III 9 9

28 C4- Health cience PLW Principles of Biomedical cience PLW Human Body ystems Veterinary Careers I Dental Careers I Health cience Education: Nursing I 9 8 PLW Medical Interventions Veterinary Careers II Dental Careers II Health cience Education: Nursing II PLW Biomedical Innovation 6 Medical erminology

29 Nutrition & Wellness C4- Human ervices Intro to Culinary Arts Management ports Nutrition & Wellness Advanced Life cience: Foods Child Development Advanced Child Development Early Childhood Education Cosmetology I Education I Professions I 6 Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Advanced Culinary Arts 14 8 Early Childhood Cosmetology II Education II 16 6 Education Professions II Advanced Hospitality Management Interpersonal Relationships Adult Roles & Responsibilities Intro to Fashion & extiles Intro to Housing & Interior Design

30 C4- Protective ervices Criminal Justice I 6 Criminal Justice II 6

31 C4- ransportation Intro to ransportation Automotive ervices I Automotive ervices II 6 Automotive ervices III

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