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Career Cluster: Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics   Area of Concentration: Engineering

 9th Grade

 English I

Algebra I

Physical Science

World Geography

P. E.

Introduction to Engineering Design*

Introduction to Business Computer Applications

Education for Careers*/Health


10th Grade

 English II


Algebra II

Biology I


P. E.

Principles of Engineering*

Elective (Choose from the list below)


 11th Grade

 English III OR English III-AP

Advanced Math – Pre-Calculus*


American History

Digital Electronics*

Spanish I

Spanish II

Elective (Choose from the list below)


12th Grade

 English IV OR English IV-AP/Dual Enrollment


Physics** OR Environmental Science** OR

    Biology II**

Law Studies OR American Government AP/Dual

    Enrollment OR World History

Fine Arts Survey (LVS) OR Art I** OR Theatre OR


Engineering Design & Development* (2012-2013)

Elective (Choose from the list below)

Elective (Choose from the list below)





ABC Welding-Dual enrollment (11-12)

Accounting I-Dual enrollment** (10-12)

ACT Prep – ½ credit (10-11)

Adult Responsibilities – ½ credit (11-12)

Advanced Band(9-12)

Advanced Theatre I, II, III (10-12)

Agriscience I, II, III (9-12)

Art II (10-12)

Business Computer Applications (10-12)

Choir (9-12)

Clothing & Textiles Occupations (11-12)

Clothing & Textiles/Advanced Clothing & Textiles (10-12)

Cyber Security (11-12)

Desktop Publishing (9-12)

Entrepreneurship** (11-12)

Excel-Dual enrollment  (11-12)

Family & Consumer Science (9-12)

Financial Math (11-12)

First Responder** (11-12)

Forensic Science (11-12)

Housing – ½ credit (10-12)

JROTC (9-12)

Nutrition & Food/Advanced Nutrition & Food (10-12)

Parenthood – ½ credit (11-12)

Psychology (10-12)


     Yearbook I & II

     Newspaper I & II

Sociology (10-12)

Spanish III, IV** (11-12)

Speech I**, II (9-12)

STAR I, II (11-12)

Word Processing (11-12)


* Counts as a primary course.  Career path requires four.

** Counts as a related course.  Career path requires two.

Courses that count toward core requirements CANNOT be counted as primary or related courses.

†These courses require a teacher signature on your schedule request form.