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1 ACADEMIES Graduation Requirements: 10 credits in electives. Criminal Justice and Fire Tech classes may also be used to meet Physical Education Requirements (20 credits). CULINARY ARTS ACADEMY The Culinary Arts Academy is a two-year program designed to prepare students for career opportunities in various areas of the foodservice industry, whether through immediate employment or transfer to a two-year or four-year college or professional culinary school. Courses are offered through the (CTE) Career Technical Education of SMUSD. The Academy is aligned with the standards of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) and utilizes the Prostart Curriculum for instruction of Culinary I and Culinary II. The Prostart Curriculum is supported by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and is utilized by 95,000 students across the country for the past 15 years. Prostart holds a yearly state and national competition for students enrolled in the curriculum and awards scholarships for top finishers. The course work allows for matriculation to The Culinary Institute of America, Arts Institute, Le Cordon Bleu and over 500 colleges and technical schools. Numerous colleges and schools give a discount on tuition for Prostart curriculum students. The Culinary Arts Academy combines culinary theory with practical hands-on laboratory experiences in a state-of-the-art instructional kitchen. Although the focus is on food preparation and production, the program includes an introduction to the hospitality industry, the principles of food safety and sanitation, culinary nutrition, purchasing and inventory control, menu planning, dining room service, and basic management concepts. Students will be expected to meet high standards of professionalism, including attendance, academics, and participation. Students will be required to purchase the basic academy uniform, which consists of a chef s coat, hat and apron, which must be worn for lab activities. Students will also need to have closed toe shoes and long pants separate from the uniform. The cost is approximately $45. Enrollment in the class is open only to students who apply and have been accepted into the academy. GPA of 2.5 or better required CULINARY ARTS I (CTE) Grade level: 11 th Grade or 16 years old Prerequisites: GPA 2.5 or better and acceptance into the program (pending administration approval) This course provides first-year training in a two-year culinary arts academy designed to prepare students for a variety of culinary positions including: cook, chef, food preparation worker, baker, and caterer. Instruction includes: safety, sanitation, basic principles of food preparation, baking, cooking, portion control, service and presentation. The curriculum has been designed to align with the educational standards of CTE, Prostart and the American Culinary Federation. Students will work with professional grade equipment including stoves, radiant and convection ovens, broilers, grills, mixers, hand tools, utensils, and other commercial kitchen equipment. Students will learn how to cook and bake a variety of dishes and recipes throughout the year. Students will be engaged in a variety of written assignments including the menu project where they will create and plan a menu and then cook dinner for at least 8 people. Students will document the event and provide visual and written feedback from their guests. Student must conform to safety and sanitation standards and will take the Food Handler Test CULINARY ARTS II (CTE) Grade level: 12 th Grade or 16 years old Prerequisite: Successful completion of Culinary Arts I with a C or better, approval of instructor and overall GPA of 2.5 or better (pending administration approval) This course provides the second year of training in a two-year culinary arts academy designed to prepare students for a variety of employment opportunities including: cook, chef, food preparation worker, baker, caterer, and other positions in the foodservice industry. Building on a solid foundation of culinary arts knowledge and skills,

2 instruction includes advanced culinary skills, culinary nutrition, banquet and catering, and the basics of foodservice management and business operations. The course has been designed to align with the educational standards of CTE, the Prostart curriculum and the American Culinary Federation. Students will work with professional grade equipment including stoves, radiant and convection ovens, broilers, grills, mixers, hand tools, utensils, and other commercial kitchen equipment. Students will learn how to cook and bake a variety of dishes and recipes throughout the year. Students will be engaged in a variety of written assignments including the capstone restaurant project (Shark Tank Mission Hills) where they will create and plan a restaurant from concept to full development. Students will utilize a tri-fold board and make a 10 minute PowerPoint presentation of their concept. Topics will include décor, menu, staffing, marketing, financials, executive summary and mission statement. The top 3 presentation from each class will be judged by industry professionals and will compete for top concept. Students will be expected to meet high standards of professionalism, sanitation and work habits. Students will learn advanced cooking techniques and food preparation. Student must conform to safety and sanitation standards and will take the Food Handler Test. HEALTHCARE ACADEMY Part of California s Career Technical Education (CTE) framework, the Mission Hills Healthcare Academy seeks to integrate academic, technical, and 21 st century skills and knowledge to give students an understanding and experience of the healthcare profession, empowering them to seek employment in this highly competitive and in-demand field. This two-year program offers an excellent opportunity for students to get a head start to a post high school certificate or degree program in a healthcare field. The course of study also prepares students to engage life as critical thinkers while maintaining high standards of professionalism, academics, and service HEALTHCARE ESSENTIALS I (CTE) Grade level: 11 th Grade or 16 years old This course is designed to be the introductory class for the Healthcare Academy. It explores a variety of healthcare careers through study and industry guest speakers. Students will learn advanced first aid and CPR for healthcare providers, as well as knowledge and skills used by First Responders in the emergency setting. The course also includes instruction on communication skills, safety and health maintenance, and the ethical and legal responsibilities of healthcare providers. Students will also study medical terminology with an overview of anatomy and physiology. Wellness activities will be integrated into various units throughout the year to emphasize the importance of maintaining personal health for the healthcare worker. Successful students may be eligible to earn college credit from Palomar College pending articulation HEALTHCARE ESSENTIALS II (CTE) Grade level: 12 th Grade or 16 years old Prerequisites: Grade C or better in Healthcare Essentials I AND Instructor approval (pending administration approval) Prerequisites: Grade C or better in Healthcare Essentials I AND Instructor approval This course is the second year of a two-year program to prepare students for a future career in the healthcare industry. The focus of this course is a clinical externship at a local, approved healthcare facility to gain realworld skills through job shadowing experiences. In the classroom, students will learn such topics as advanced career exploration, taking/recording of vital signs, and the preparation and administration of medications, among others. This course will provide hands-on experiences for students and requires the utmost

3 professionalism and mature behavior. The clinical hours for the course are mandatory. Other requirements for this course include reliable transportation, daily access to , and possession of a valid American Heart Association BLS CPR for Healthcare Providers card. PUBLIC SAFETY ACADEMY The Public Safety Academy is part of a two-year program based on established Palomar College courses. These courses are offered through the Regional Occupational Program (ROP), and students who successfully complete each program will receive college credits from Palomar College as well as 20 high school credits. Criminal Justice students can receive 12 college units and Fire Technology 14 college units which may also be applied to a degree at Palomar College. Each academy also fulfills the 2-year physical education requirement. The Police and Fire Instructors are active or retired professionals who enforce the strict program requirements including attendance, academics, participation and professionalism CRIMINAL JUSTICE I (CTE) Grade level: 11 th - 12 th Grade or 16 years old Criminal Justice I is the first year in a two year program to prepare students for college and/or a career in law enforcement and related fields. This course includes classes in crime scene investigations, introduction to criminal justice, pre-employment police fitness and law enforcement procedures. Introduction to criminal justice gives students a comprehensive overview of the criminal justice system and covers the history, theories and philosophy of the three parts of the criminal justice system. The police fitness class gives students a comprehensive focus on general fitness including healthy diet, fitness for life, cardiovascular exercises, and physical activities that will prepare the student to pass the POST required physical fitness test. The POST requires a 165 pound dummy drag, running an obstacle course, climbing a 6 foot chain link fence, and a distance run CRIMINAL JUSTICE II (CTE) Grade level: 12 th Grade Prerequisites: Successful Completion of Criminal Justice I Criminal Justice II is the second year in a two year program to prepare students for college study and/or a career in law enforcement and related fields. This course continues with pre-employment police physical fitness and crime scene investigation. The crime scene investigation course as well as the police physical fitness course build on the concepts taught in year one. Students also take classes in preparation for law enforcement, and speech and police interview skills. Preparation for law enforcement provides students with an understanding of the pre-employment exams, the necessary job skills set forth by POST, and ways to be successful in a police academy setting FIRE TECHNOLOGY I (CTE) Grade level: 11 th - 12 th Grade or 16 years old Fire Technology I is the first year in a two-year program to prepare students for college study and a career in the fire service. This course introduces students to the history and philosophy of fire protection; career opportunities in fire protection and related fields; fire departments as part of local government; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; basic fire chemistry and physics; introduction to fire protection systems; introduction to fire

4 strategy and tactics. Students will also receive a comprehensive focus on general fitness including but not limited to: healthy diet, pull-ups, sit-ups, stretching, running and push-ups. Students will also be prepared to participate in a physical abilities test, including: 35 ladder raise; 1½ hose carry; 2 ½ hose raise, Kaiser Force machine, 2 ½ hose pull and 165 lb. dummy drag FIRE TECHNOLOGY II (CTE) Grade level: 12 th Grade Prerequisites: Successful Completion of Fire Technology I Fire Technology II is the second year in a two-year program to prepare students for college study and a career in the fire service. This course introduces students to the study and application of emergency medical skills and procedures, including basic anatomy and physiology, terminology, and prevention of disease transmission. Additionally, this course includes Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) certification from the American Heart Association and/or the American Red Cross. Students will also receive a comprehensive focus on general fitness including but not limited to: healthy diet, pull-ups, sit-ups, stretching, running and push-ups. Students will also be prepared to participate in a physical abilities test. The physical abilities test includes: 35 ladder raise; 1 hose carry; 2 hose raise, Kaiser force machine, 2 hose pull and 165 lb. dummy drag. GRAPHIC DESIGN ACADEMY GRAPHIC DESIGN (CTE) (P) Grade level: Prerequisite: None UC/CSU This is a college level class that provides instruction in the computer software program, Adobe Illustrator. Students will gain an understanding of the historical context of graphic design and explore two-dimensional real-world applications of design, with an emphasis in digital illustration (drawing). While developing skills in artistic perception and critiquing, students will also apply design strategies through experiences that emphasize solving visual art problems. Project requirements include the application of the elements and principles of design and typography. Students will also research content, prepare thumbnail sketches, rough layout thumbnails, and finalize comprehensive layouts incorporating appropriate specifications. Artwork will include original compositions, scanned images and digital graphics. This course is also designed to prepare students for college study and/ or a career in the graphic design industry and related fields. Career preparation includes workplace skills and behaviors, including interviewing techniques, the completion of a job application, resume, cover letter, and design portfolio. The course has been articulated with a Palomar college course and successful students have the opportunity to earn 3 units of credit from Palomar College ADVANCED GRAPHIC DESIGN (CTE) (P)

5 Grade level: Prerequisite: Successful completion of Graphic Design (CTE) (P). UC/CSU This is a college level class that provides instruction in the computer software program, Adobe Photoshop. Students will gain an understanding of the historical context of graphic design and explore two-dimensional real-world applications of design, with an emphasis in digital imaging (manipulating photographs). While developing skills in artistic perception and critiquing, students will also apply design strategies through experiences that emphasize solving visual art problems. Project requirements include the application of the elements and principles of design and typography. Students will also research content, prepare thumbnail sketches, rough layout thumbnails, and finalize comprehensive layouts incorporating appropriate specifications. Artwork will include original compositions, scanned images and digital graphics. This course is also designed to prepare students for college study and/or a career in the graphic design industry and related fields. Career preparation includes workplace skills and behaviors, including interviewing techniques, the completion of a job application, resume, cover letter, and design portfolio. The course has been articulated with a Palomar College course and successful students have the opportunity to earn 3 units of credit from Palomar College.

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