Accounting Advanced Honors 271

A further study of the concepts and principles of accounting. This course continues many of the topics introduced during the first year of college accounting. Strongly recommended for those planning to major in business in college. Prerequisite: Accounting 163 OR...

Advanced Acting 261

This intermediate course covers acting skills including relaxation and concentration, creation of characters, play-reading, blocking, and scene production. Students participate in theater games and exercises, improvisation, and performances of both monologues/audition...

Advanced Ceramics 261, 361, 461, 571, 671

Advanced level ceramics classes designed for students to develop skills in idea development, planning and reflective critiquing leading to well-made meaningful artwork. Students develop proficiency in clay use, surface applications, wheel-throwing techniques, and kiln...

Advanced Drawing 261

This course is the second in sequence and will teach the development of drawing styles. Students will gain technical drawing skills in the areas of figure drawing, design, and still-life. Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing...

Advanced Foods and Nutrition 261

Foods & Nutrition 261 is a laboratory course designed to help students learn advanced cooking techniques. Students will craft amazing and fun foods using knives and creative chemistry. The units highlighted in this course include advanced quick breads, yeast...

Advanced Horticulture 263

As the capstone horticulture course, this laboratory course includes topics in botany, landscape design, greenhouse operation, floriculture, and plant identification. Students are expected to complete independent projects and accept responsibility for managing a...

Advanced Painting 261

This course will teach advanced painting skills and idea development. Opportunities will be provided for students to develop their own styles, exhibit their work and develop a portfolio. Prerequisite: Painting...

Advanced Radio Production 261, 361, 461, 561, 661, 761

This is an advanced course in radio theory and production. Students in this course are expected to be conversant with the terminology of broadcast production, evaluation, and performance. In their assigned roles in specific station departments, students have...

Advanced Self-Defense and Fitness

Your safety depends on your ability to avoid, diffuse or control any verbal or physical confrontation. This course will progress students through the importance of awareness, physiological and psychological responses, fear management and being a tough target all the...

Adventure Education I

This course consists of learning individual and team-related activities, i.e., team building, trust activities, fire building, outdoor cooking, knot tying, rope work, climbing, rappelling, kayaking, and introduction to challenge course. A strong emphasis is placed on...

Adventure Education II

This course builds upon the skills developed in Adventure Ed I, with emphasis on continued growth. The activities include advanced climbing and rappelling techniques, in depth work on the challenge course, team building skills, kayaking, personal challenge and...

AP Government and Politics: United States 181/182

This college level course will provide students with an analytical perspective on government and politics in the United States. Students will study the constitutional foundations of American government, civil liberties, civil rights, elections and campaigns, political...

ARCH Physical Education

ARCH Physical Education provides a safe and specialized program that is consistent with the educational goals and philosophy of the district. The curriculum is adapted based on a student’s level of social-emotional functioning and fitness...

Art L.A.

An introductory level course created to have students explore basic drawing, painting, and ceramic concepts through a variety of projects that encourage the development of elemental art skills combined with basic English Language art vocabulary proficiency. Limited to...

Astronomy 161

Many of the wonders of our universe will be uncovered by students in this laboratory course. Viewed from both contemporary and historical perspective, students will come to better understand the universe through telescope and naked eye observations, numerous...

Astronomy Honors 171

Students will be afforded the opportunity to explore the wonders of the universe through in-depth investigations in this honors level laboratory course. While telescope and naked eye observations, numerous laboratory activities, simulations and multimedia will be the...

Automotives 161

This is a consumer focused course that prepares students for vehicle ownership as well as the advanced automotive course. Units of study include automotive lubrication, identifying various vehicle fluids and fluid colors, and performing vehicle preventative...

Beginning Ceramics 161

An introductory level course designed to allow a beginning level student to develop basic skills, an understanding of ceramics as an art form, and as a means toward expressing one’s interests three...

Beginning Drawing 161

This is a fundamental course to acquaint students with basic drawing and design concepts focused around a balance between observation and imagination. Various media and techniques are taught. Students will gain art appreciation by learning about historical and...