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We offer a comprehensive academic program designed to lead students toward successful young adulthood. Courses offered are listed below. Clicking on the name of a course will display more information.

Mathematics

Pre-Algebra

Course Number: MTH 087
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 0.0
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Counselor Placement

Provides preparation for algebra. Includes fractions, decimals, integers, ratios, and percentages with an introduction to equations, graphs, and functions.

Algebra 1

Course Number: MTH 091
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: 8th Grade Math

Introduces students to algebra as a tool to solve challenging, real-world problems. Includes natural numbers, integers, first-degree equations and inequalities, special products, factoring, rational expressions and equations, graphs, and linear systems, exponents, and quadratic equations.

Algebra 2

Course Number: MTH 093
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Algebra 1

Designed to build on algebraic concepts. Develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginary and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions. It also introduces matrices and their properties.

Algebra 3

Course Number: MTH 096
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Algebra 2

Developmental course for students on college pathway yet not ready for college level math after earning credit in Algebra 2. Reviews the mechanics of basic algebra and solidifies understanding by using algebraic techniques, constructing mathematical models, solving problems and interpreting results. Includes: algebraic expressions; equations and inequalities; functions, inverse functions, and graphs; polynomial and rational functions; radical functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; matrices and determinants; systems of equations and inequalities; complex numbers; sequences and series.

English

BioLit

Course Number(s): BIO 095; ENG 091
Graduation Credit(s): 2.0
MMC Credit(s): 2.0 (1.0 Biology; 1.0 English 9)
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 85 min.
Prerequisite: None

This course integrates high school biology with ninth grade English Language Arts. Students complete projects and solve problems centered on the concepts, principles, theories, and literature surrounding living organisms. They write routinely, conduct research, and comprehend informational, narrative, and argumentative texts in and around the subject of biology.

American Studies

Course Number: HIS 093 / ENG 091
Graduation Credit(s): 2.0
MMC Credit(s): 2.0 (1.0 US History / 1.0 English 10)
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 85 min.
Prerequisite: None

This interdisciplinary humanities course integrates an academic survey of twentieth–century U.S. History with ninth grade English. Learners will complete complex and challenging projects that focus on the political, economic, and social events and issues related to the United States development as a world power. Their work will include reading short stories, poetry, non- fiction, novels, and drama related to the United States in the twentieth-century. They will write for a variety of purposes and audiences in traditional forms (personal narrative, essay, literary analysis, journaling, poetry, etc.) as well as in 21st-century forms (movies, documentaries, weblogs, digital stories, podcasts, presentations, GoogleDocs, etc.).

Classical Literature

Course Number: ENG 095
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 English 11)
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

Description not yet available for this course.

Contemporary Literature

Course Number: ENG 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 English 12)
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

Description not yet available for this course.

Science & Engineering

GeoDesign

Course Number(s): MTH 095; EGR 095
Graduation Credit(s): 2.0
MMC Credit(s): 2.0 (Math: 1.0; Arts: 1.0)
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 85 min.
Prerequisite: Algebra 1

Use modern drafting tools to solve real-world design problems while learning geometry. Includes congruence, similarity, right triangles, trigonometry, circles, expressing geometric properties with equations, geometric measurement and dimension, modeling, and the fundamentals of mathematical practice.
Students who earn a C or better in GeoDesign receive six (6) articulated credits in Delta College's CAD 114 and DRF 121 courses.

Principles of Engineering

Course Number: EGR 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Science
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: GeoDesign

Through problems that engage and challenge, students explore a broad range of engineering topics, including mechanisms, the strength of structures and materials, and automation. Students develop skills in problem solving, research, and design while learning strategies for design process documentation, collaboration, and presentation.

Physics

Course Number: PHY 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Science OR 1.0 Math
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Algebra 2

Introduces the laws and principles of the natural world, providing the essential and core elements of physics including motion, force, conservation laws, waves, sound and light, thermodynamics, and electricity and magnetism. Students will apply mathematical rules to explain and predict natural phenomenon.

Chemistry

Course Number: CHM 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Science
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Algebra 1

Students explore the fundamental principles of chemistry which characterize the properties of matter and how it reacts. Conclusions are developed using both qualitative and quantitative procedures. Topics include, but are not limited to: measurement, atomic structure, electron configuration, the periodic table bonding, gas laws, properties of liquids and solids, solutions, stoichiometry, reactions, kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, and nuclear chemistry.

Physical Science

Course Number: PSC 095
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Science
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

This course is designed as an introduction to the major concepts of chemistry and physics. Includes concepts such as: structure of atoms, periodic table principles, motion, forces, conservation of matter and energy, gravity, machines, electricity and the behavior of waves. These concepts are investigated through laboratory experiences designed to promote and develop appropriate skills in science inquiry.

BioLit

Course Number(s): BIO 095; ENG 091
Graduation Credit(s): 2.0
MMC Credit(s): 2.0 (1.0 Biology; 1.0 English 9)
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 85 min.
Prerequisite: None

This course integrates high school biology with ninth grade English Language Arts. Students complete projects and solve problems centered on the concepts, principles, theories, and literature surrounding living organisms. They write routinely, conduct research, and comprehend informational, narrative, and argumentative texts in and around the subject of biology.

Principles of Biomed. Science

Course Number(s): BMS 093
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Science
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: BioLit

This introductory course offers students the opportunity to explore the concepts of basic biology, human physiology, medicine, and contributions of biotechnology to health and the human condition. Students are required to master technical terminology, learn proper laboratory techniques, understand biotechnology policies and procedures, and participate in dissections.

Human Body Systems

Course Number(s): BMS 095
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Science
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Princ. of Biomedical Science

Students examine the interactions of human body systems as they explore identity, power, movement, protection, and homeostasis in the body. Exploring science in action, students build organs and tissues on a skeletal Maniken®; use data acquisition software to monitor body functions such as muscle movement, reflex and voluntary action, and respiration; and take on the roles of biomedical professionals to solve real-world medical cases.

Environmental Science

Course Number(s): ENV 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Science
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

This is a science course designed to investigate the role of humans in their environment. Students develop a knowledge base about their biological and physical environment. This information leads to exploration of human dependence on, technological control over, and interactions with the environment. Emphasis is placed on sustaining resources and making informed choices concerning environmental issues.

Social Studies

World History

Course Number: HIS 091
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 World History)
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

This course encompasses eleventh grade high school World History. Learners will complete projects and solve problems centered on the concepts, principles, theories, and literature surrounding living history. They will write routinely, conduct research, and comprehend informational, narrative, and argumentative texts in and around the subject of Word History.

Civics

Course Number: POL 097
Graduation Credit(s): 0.5
MMC Credit(s): 0.5 Civics
Offered: Semester 1, Semester 2, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

In this course students will identify the purposes of national, state, and local governments in the United States, describe how citizens organize government to accomplish their purposes, and assess their effectiveness. They will describe the political and legal processes created to make decisions, seek consensus and resolve conflicts in a free society. Students will understand how the world is organized politically, the formation of American foreign policy and the roles the United States plays in the international arena.

Economics

Course Number: ECN 095
Graduation Credit(s): 0.5
MMC Credit(s): 0.5 Economics
Offered: Semester 1, Semester 2, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

This introductory economics course provides opportunities for students to understand the structure of economic systems and to apply fundamental economic concepts to personal, community, national, and global economic issues. Students of economics should expect to use readings, tables, charts, and graphs to understand and interpret relevant data.

Personal Finance

Course Number: OAT 095
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Math Elective OR 0.5 Economics
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

Prepares students to understand economic activities and challenges of individuals and families, the role of lifestyle goals in education and career choices, procedures in a successful job search, financial forms used in independent living, and shopping options and practices for meeting consumer needs. The course also prepares students to understand real world consumer rights, responsibilities and information, protect personal and family resources, income management, spending, savings, investments, and apply procedures for managing finances.

Life Wellness

Wellness

Course Number: LW 091
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 0.5 Physical Education / 0.5 Health
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

This course integrates high school Health with ninth grade Physical Education. Learners will complete projects and solve problems centered around maintaining a lifelong active healthy lifestyle.

Team Sports

Course Number: LW 095
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Physical Education
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Wellness

In Team Sports, students will be required to actively engage in a wide variety of physical activities providing an opportunity for students to experience lifetime sports and activities that will promote the concept of physical fitness for a lifetime. The course will educate students on the basic rules, strategies and knowledge of team sports.

Speed & Strength

Course Number: LW 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Physical Education
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Wellness

This course integrates high school physical education with speed and strength training. Learners will complete weekly lifting logs centered on the concepts, principles, and theories of developing athletic ability.

World Languages

Spanish 1

Course Number(s): SPA 091
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Foreign Language
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

First year Spanish begins with the oral/aural approach to language learning. Students learn to transfer thoughts from English to Spanish. Emphasis throughout the year is based on vocabulary, oral participation, listening skills and conversation. Students will be able to communicate in Spanish in simple everyday language. Students will also be introduced to cultural, political and current events in Spanish speaking countries.

Spanish 2

Course Number(s): SPA 093
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Foreign Language
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Spanish 1

Spanish 2 begins with a 12-week review of basic vocabulary, language concepts, idiomatic expressions and sentence structure. Students participate alone and in groups in more complex language settings. Second semester is a conversation class adhering to the Spanish structure; students should be able to "think" in their second language.

Visual and Performing Arts

Band

Course Number: MUS 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Performing Arts
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Prior Participation in Band

High School Band is year-long curricular-based performance class for 9th-12th grade learners enrolled in the band program, which gives those involved the opportunity to cultivate and develop musical skills as well as the ability to work within both large and small groups. Required elements of the course include class rehearsal, scheduled sectionals and several after school performances, including, but not limited to: concert band festival, concerts and performances at school athletic functions. Practicing outside of school is also a necessity for the learner to be successful in the program. Extra curricular involvement in jazz band, solo and ensemble, private lessons and summer camps is also available to each learner.

Beginning Art

Course Number: ART 085
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Visual Arts
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: None

The visual arts program offers students comprehensive art experiences with detailed explorations in the classics such as painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, graphic design, and crafts. In addition to gaining confidence and proficiency working with a variety of mediums, students will learn about the history, analysis, and interpretation of art.


Digital Art

Course Number: ART 087
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Visual Arts
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Beginning Art

Course description not yet available.

Advanced Art

Course Number: ART 093, ART 095, or ART 097
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): 1.0 Visual Arts
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Instructor Approval

Course description not available online.

Experiential & Work-Based

Foundations of Teaching

Course Number: EXP 095
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): N/A
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52-85 min.
Prerequisite: Junior or Senior Year

Foundations of Teaching is an elective course for students interested in working with younger students and teachers in a classroom environment. Students in this course work alongside teaching staff and students on the day-to- day management of a classroom and are involved in such activities as supporting student learning, reflecting upon classroom management practices and pedagogies, leading classroom activities or routines, and special projects as assigned.

Co-Op

Course Number: ACE 097
Graduation Credit(s): Up to 3.0
MMC Credit(s): N/A
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 1-3 hrs
Prerequisite: Senior Year

Cooperative education is a planned learning experience, for which credits are earned, that integrates classroom theory and learning experiences at a workplace to enable students to apply and refine the knowledge and skills acquired in a related curriculum course or a locally developed course.


Other

Resource

Course Number: RES 091
Graduation Credit(s): 1.0
MMC Credit(s): N/A
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 52 min.
Prerequisite: Special Education

Resource provides students needing additional support on academic coursework time and space to work with academic coaches toward successful completion of coursework.

Postsecondary Prep

Course Number: PSP 095
Graduation Credit(s): 0.5
MMC Credit(s): N/A
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 30 min.
Prerequisite: None

Students who take this 30-minute course participate in practice tasks such as silent sustained reading, online math practice, SAT prep, etc., designed to prepare them for eligibility for postsecondary coursework.

Advisory

Course Number: ADV 091, ADV 093, ADV 095, or ADV 097
Graduation Credit(s): 0.0
MMC Credit(s): N/A
Offered: Yearlong, MTWRF
Class Length: 40 min.
Prerequisite: None

All students are assigned an advisory upon enrollment. This zero credit course provides students structured time to meet with teachers of courses where improvement is needed, fulfill service learning requirements for graduation, and complete postsecondary readiness and planning tasks.