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1 HAZEL GREEN HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION

2 Registration Process (Students who entered as a freshman 11-12, 12-13) Select 4 core classes (One of each - Math, English, History, Science) Select 4 elective courses. The following elective courses are requirements for graduation. Counselors will work with you to assure that all of these requirements have been met. Life PE 1 credit Computer Elective ½ credit Fine Art ½ credit Health Education ½ credit

3 Registration Process (Students who entered as a freshman 13-14) Select 4 core classes (One of each - Math, English, History, Science) Select 4 elective courses. The following elective courses are requirements for graduation. Counselors will work with you to assure that all of these requirements have been met. Career Preparedness 1 credit Life PE 1 credit Health Education ½ credit CTE and/or Foreign Language and/or Arts Education 3 credits

4 Advanced Academic Endorsement Diploma Requirements (Students who entered as a freshman 11-12, 12-13) All regular diploma requirements plus the following: 2 credits of foreign language (in the same language) 1 AP credit Algebra 2 with Trigonometry If you do not want to be considered for this endorsement, an OPT-OUT form must be turned in to the guidance office!

5 Advanced Career Technical Endorsement Diploma Requirements (Students who entered as a freshman 11-12, 12-13) All regular diploma requirements plus the following: 2 credits of foreign language (in the same language) Algebra 2 with Trigonometry 3 Career Technical Courses (courses must be sequenced)

6 Core Classes (Select one of each.) English Courses English 10 Pre-AP English 10 English 11 AP English 11 English 12 AP English 12 Math Courses Algebra 1B Geometry Geometry A Geometry B Pre-AP Geo. Algebraic Conn. Algebra 2 w/trig Pre AP Alg. 2 Math. Inv. Pre-AP Pre-Cal. AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Statistics History Courses US History 10 Pre-AP USHistory 10 US History 11 AP US History Govt./Econ. Honors Govt./Econ. Science Courses Biology Physical Science General Chemistry Pre-AP Chemistry Environmental Sc. Hum.Anat./Phys. AP Biology AP Chemistry Pre-AP Physics Forensics

7 Sophomore Pathway to Calculus

8 Juniors Pathway to Calculus

9 Elective Classes Fine Arts Instrumental Music (Band) Theater Visual Art Vocal Music

10 Elective Classes Foreign Language French Latin (Offered through ACCESS) Spanish

11 Elective Classes Physical Education Physical Education (9 and 18 weeks) Life PE Conditioning PE

12 Elective Classes English/Social Sciences Creative Writing Great Wars Psychology School Publications (Yearbook) Sociology

13 Other 9 week Courses Driver s Education Health Education ACT/Testing Prep

14 Electives Career Academies Academy of Family and Consumer Sciences Business Academy Construction Academy Culinary Academy Engineering Academy Medical Academy Naval JROTC Academies may require pre-requisites and applications for admittance.

15 Academy of Family and Consumer Science The Family and Consumer Science program prepares students for jobs in which they can help families and individuals with life services. Course Pathways Family and Consumer Science Family and Community Services I & II Child Development Food and Nutrition

16 Academy of Hospitality and Tourism This program prepares students for careers that allow for travel and work with a variety of people. Careers can be found all over the world and range anywhere from hotel and restaurant operations to working in amusement parks and other tourist destinations. Course Pathways Hospitality and Tourism Culinary Arts I & II Food and Nutrition Cooperative Education

17 Business Academy The Marketing, Sales and Services courses prepare students for careers in advertising, public relations, sales and planning. Students will demonstrate creativity through promotional campaigns, event planning and new sales techniques. Course Pathways Business Technology Applications Marketing Principles Entrepreneurship Sales and Promotion Cooperative Education

18 Construction Academy The Building Construction program prepares students for careers that allow you to design, plan, manage, build and maintain structures such as buildings, homes and bridges or machinery. Course Pathways Agriscience Construction Site Preparations Construction Framings Construction Finishings

19 Engineering/STEM Academy The Engineering Academy will prepare students for college-level programs through the integration of technical and academic skills in lecture, discussion, lab work, individual and group projects, and field experience. Students interested in STEM careers can develop a better understanding of the requirements to enter this field, as well as the opportunities a career in engineering can provide. Course Pathways Foundations of Engineering Introduction to Robotics Basic Programming for Engineering Engineering Research and Design Computer Science Principles

20 Engineering Academy Course Recommendations Engineering Courses Foundations of Engineering Introduction to Robotics/CS Principles Basic Programming/ CS Principles Engineering Research and Design Recommended Math Courses Pre-AP or Regular Geometry Pre-AP or Regular Algebra 2 with Trig. Pre-AP Pre- Calculus Recommended Science Courses Pre-AP or Regular Biology Pre-AP or Regular Chemistry Pre-AP Physics Other AP Calculus AP Chemistry Possible 1 hour engineering credit - UAH

21 Medical Academy The Medical Academy offers students the opportunity to explore various career options in the medical field as well as provide foundational knowledge of the human anatomy, medical terms, medical conditions and treatments. Qualifying students are given the opportunity to participate in high quality medical internships and student trainer internships during their senior year. Course Pathways Foundations of Health Science Human Anatomy/Therapeutic Services Internship EMT (Dual Enrollment with Calhoun Community College)

22 Medical Academy Course Recommendations Medical Courses Recommended Math Courses Recommended Science Courses Other Foundations of Health Pre-AP or Regular Geometry Pre-AP or Regular Biology Human Anatomy (Science Elective) Pre-AP or Regular Chemistry Therapeutic Services Pre-AP Physics Internship/ Student Trainer/Coop AP Chemistry or AP Biology EMT (Dual Enrollment)

23 Naval JROTC Naval JROTC is a leadership and citizenship course which develops confidence, character, self discipline and motivation. In addition to varied classroom activities and study of American History and Naval Science, NJROTC Cadets have opportunities to travel and compete with the Drill, Shooting and Color Guard Teams. Course Selection: Naval JROTC 1 4, Drill Team

24 Dual Enrollment Opportunities in Collaboration with Calhoun Community College A representative from Calhoun Community College will meet with students at the beginning of each semester to discuss requirements and to register students for classes. Course descriptions may be found at %20Us/Publications/ Catalog.pdf

25 Dual Enrollment English Composition 101/102 6 credit hours Cost TBD by Calhoun Community College These courses are embedded in the AP Literature 12 class. Students are required to take the AP exam in May. History 201/202 6 credit hours Cost TBD by Calhoun Community College These courses are embedded in the AP US History class. Students are required to take the AP exam in May. Math 112/113 6 credit hours Cost TBD by Calhoun Community College These courses are embedded in the Pre-AP Pre-Calculus class.

26 Dual Enrollment EMS 118 Emergency Medical Technician 9 credit hours EMS 119 Emergency Medical Technician Clinical 1 credit hour (45 clinical hours) EMS 100 CPR (for those not certified at the professional level) 1 credit hour EMS 107 Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) 1 credit hour Cost TBD by Calhoun Community College These four courses will be taken at HGHS in a 96 minute, 1 semester class. Students must turn 18 before the end of the semester. To enroll in this program, students must complete an application for acceptance.

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