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1 SPRING LAKE PARK HIGH SCHOOL Registration Guide INSIDE: Registration Information Requirements for Graduation Academic Options Course Descriptions Spring Lake Park High School st Avenue NE Spring Lake Park, Minnesota Phone: SpringLakeParkSchools.org/hs

2 Dear Students; Welcome to Spring Lake Park High School and the school year. Our purpose at Spring Lake Park High School is to prepare each student for a lifetime of success which includes preparation for both college and career. It is estimated that the typical high school graduate will have career changes by the age of 40. This means that every graduate must be skillfully prepared to both train and retrain once they leave high school. As you review this registration information, think carefully about selecting courses that will both challenge and interest you. Think about the courses and grades as they will appear on your high school transcript and how this will reflect the efforts and interests of your high school years and your preparation for a lifetime of successes. Please take the time to read this registration guide thoroughly; discuss it with your parents or guardians and carefully select courses that will best prepare you for a successful future. The course selections that you make now will help us plan for next school year, please choose carefully. On behalf of the entire administrative team, I wish you the best in the coming school year. Regards, Jane Stevenson Principal Our Purpose: High Expectations, High Achievement for All. No Excuses. 2

3 Course Offerings Post Secondary Program Planning Graduation and Academic Honors Post Secondary Connections college courses while in high school Course and Credit Requirements for Graduation by class Schedule Changes General Information p. 10 Art p. 15 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level Art Foundations Art Foundations Electronic Easel / 1006 AP Art Studio 2D / Ceramics Ceramics Ceramics Studio / 1016 AP Art Studio 3D / Intro to Photography-Level Black & White Traditional Photography- Level Black & white Studio Photography-Level Digital Darkroom / 1026 AP Photography Portfolio 2D / 1027 No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Art Foundations 1, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Art Foundations 1, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Art Foundations 1&2, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Ceramics 1, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Ceramics 2, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Ceramics 1&2, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. 35mm film camera needed or camera rental fee, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Intro to Photo (level 1); 35mm film camera needed or rental fee, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. B&W Photo (level 2), 35mm film camera needed or rental fee. No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Intro to Photo (level 1), No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. B&W Photo (level 2&3) and Digital Darkroom, 35mm film camera needed or rental fee, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Intro to Yearbook Y Yearbook & Publication Y Yearbook Theme Development Y World of Crafts No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Y /1036/ AP Art History 1037 Register for all three classes, Offered every 2 years, next in Business, Marketing & Technology p. 18 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites & Notes Arts Grade Level Accounting Accounting 2 Accounting Intro to Business Graphic Design Y Sports &Entertainment Marketing Small Business Management *Upcoming 10 th graders must have instructor approval 10* Personal Money Management Web Design Knowledge of Microsoft applications helpful but not required Y

4 Family and Consumer Sciences p. 19 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level Foods No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee Creative Foods Foods, No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee Y World of Foods 1 Creative Foods or instructor s consent, No fee for basic projects, Y additional projects may incur a project based fee World of Foods 2 World of Foods 1 or instructor s consent, No fee for basic projects, Y additional projects may incur a project based fee Child Development A First Aid/CPR is recommended but not required Child Development B Child Development A, First Aid/CPR is recommended but not required Industrial Technology p. 20 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level Consumer Auto & Transportation Auto Systems Auto systems Auto Systems Intro to Woodworking & Materials Intermediate Woodworking & Materials Advanced Woodworking & Materials No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Intro to Woodworking; No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Intermediate Woodworking; No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee Y Y Y Furniture Design & Const. Advanced Woodworking; Fee depends on project Y Language Arts p. 21 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level / 1101 / 1102 Language Arts 9 Register for all 3 terms / 1104 / 1105 Honors Language Arts 9 Register for all 3 terms; NOTE: This is an honors level course for advanced readers and writers; summer reading list is required / 1111 / 1112 Language Arts 10 Register for all 3 terms / 1114 / 1115 Honors Language Arts Speech Honors Speech Theater American Literature 1 Register for all 3 terms; NOTE: This is an honors level course for advanced readers and writers; summer reading list is required. A grade of C or better in HLA9 or B or better in LA9 is recommended. Performance class: One term of speech, honors speech, or theater is required for all 11 th graders. Performance class: One term of speech, honors speech, or theater is required for all 11 th graders. Performance class: One term of speech, honors speech, or theater is required for 11 th graders. Note: Theater does not meet NCAA requirements. One term of American Literature 1 or Honors American Literature 1 is required for all 11 th graders

5 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level Honors American Literature 1 One term of American Literature 1 or Honors American Literature 1 is required for all 11 th graders. Note: A grade of C or better in HLA10 or B or better in LA10 is highly recommended. This is an 11 honors level course for advanced readers and writers; summer reading list is required American Literature 2 One term of American Literature 2 or Honors American Literature 11 2 is required for all 11 th graders Honors American Literature Senior Literature Honors Senior Literature Senior Writing Honors Senior Writing One term of American Literature 2 or Honors American Literature 2 is required for all 11 th graders. Note: A grade of C or better in HLA10; B or better in LA10. This is an honors level course for advanced readers and writers; summer reading list is required. One term of Senior Literature or Honors Senior literature is required for graduation. One term of Senior Literature or Honors Senior Literature is required for graduation. Note: This is an honors level course for advanced readers. One term of Senior Writing or Honors Senior Writing is required for graduation. One term of Senior Writing or Honors Senior Writing is required for graduation. Note: This is an honors level course for advanced writers Contemporary Literature Meets requirement for senior English elective Creative Writing Meets requirement for senior English elective Great Plays Meets requirement for senior English elective Humanities Film Studies / 1141 / 1142 AP English Meets requirement for senior English elective. NOTE: This is an honors level course for advanced readers. Meets requirement for senior English elective. NOTE: Film Studies does not meet NCAA requirements. Register for all 3 terms; NOTE: This is an honors level course for advanced readers and writers; summer reading list is required. A grade of B or better in Honors American Literature or A- or better other writing and literature courses is highly recommended. Three terms of AP English will fulfill all literature and writing requirements for 12 th graders Mathematics p. 24 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level / 1201 / 1202 Quadratic Algebra Algebra 1, register for all 3 terms / 1204 / 1205 Geometry Quadratic Algebra (Algebra 1 part B), register for all 3 terms / 1253 / 1254 Honors Geometry Register by Administration/dean / 1207 / 1208 Algebra 2 Geometry; register for all 3 terms / 1210 / 1211 Algebra 2/ Trigonometry Geometry; register for all 3 terms / 1213 / 1214 Pre-Calculus Algebra 2/ Trig; register for all 3 terms / 1216 / 1217 AP Calculus Algebra 2/Trig, and Pre-Calculus; register for all 3 terms / 1219 / 1220 AP Advanced Calculus AP Calculus, register for all 3 terms / 1222 / 1223 AP Statistics Algebra 2 or Alg.2/Trig; register for all 3 terms; B- or better in Algebra 2 recommended By placement Quadratic Algebra Concepts Quadratic and Elective credit; Administration/dean placement Does not meet high school math NCAA requirement Topics in Probability Algebra Topics in Statistical Studies Algebra Topics in Trigonometry Algebra Computer Science for 21st Century A Computer Science for 21st Century B Algebra 2/Trig; trimester elective course Computer Science for 21st Century A; trimester elective course

6 Music p. 27 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level / 1301 / 1302 Varsity Band Completion of 6 th, 7 th or 8 th grade band; new students welcome with teacher consent; register for all 3 terms. Fee: $25 Y / 1304 / 1305 Concert Band Audition, register for all 3 terms; new students welcome with teacher consent Y / 1307 / 1308 Symphonic Band Audition, register for all 3 terms Y / 1310 / 1311 Wind Ensemble Audition, register for all 3 terms; wardrobe fee Y / 1313 / 1314 Jazz Ensemble Audition, register for all 3 terms (Zero Hour Course) Y World Percussion Ensemble Y / 1321 / 1322 Varsity Choir Wardrobe fee, register for all three terms Y / 1324 / 1325 Concert Chorale Audition, wardrobe fee, register for all three terms Y / 1327 / 1328 Parkaires Vocal Ensemble Audition, wardrobe fee, register for all 3 terms (Zero Hour Course) Y Opportunities in Emergency Health Care (OEC) p. 29 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level First Aid & CPR CPR Certification available Self Defense for Women Females only Nursing Assistant- Registered Fees: see description;2 hr. daily class; may earn 4 college credits EMT 1 Emergency Medical Responder (Formerly First Responder) First Aid & CPR Certification strongly recommended, Cert. available, may earn 4 college credits, 2 hr class Emergency Medical Responder- strongly recommended, or CPR/Healthcare provider certification required, 2 hr class EMT 2 EMT 1, 2 hr. class Cert. available, may earn 9 college credits for EMT 1 & 2, Medical Internship 1 EMT 1 & 2, Uniform required Medical Internship 2 EMT 1 & 2, Uniform required Medical Internship 3 EMT 1 & 2, Uniform required See Instructor 1 See Instructor 1 See Instructor Emergency Medical Responder Lab/Service Learning Course EMT 1 Lab/Service Learning Course EMT 2 Lab/Service Learning Course Optional course for any student concurrently enrolled in course 1353 Optional course for any student concurrently enrolled in course 1354 Optional course for any student concurrently enrolled in course

7 Physical Education & Health p. 32 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level Teen Health Challenges See Dean Hybrid Teen Health Challenges 1 This hybrid course is a mix of online and classroom sessions that will take place outside the normal school day. (Zero Hour Course) To be eligible for a hybrid course, students must also be in Music and World Language (full of each), Special Education, or EL courses. Please see Deans to see if you are eligible Teen Health Challenges 2 Teen Health Challenges I See Dean Hybrid Teen Health Challenges2 This hybrid course is a mix of online and classroom sessions that will take place outside the normal school day. (Zero Hour Course) To be eligible for a hybrid course, students must also be in Music and World Language (full of each), Special Education, or EL courses. Please see Deans to see if you are eligible Service Learning for Healthy Community Trimester general elective course Physical Education This hybrid course is a mix of online and classroom sessions that will take place outside the normal school day. (Zero Hour 1 See Dean Hybrid Physical Education 1 Course) To be eligible for a hybrid course, students must also be in Music and World Language (full of each), Special Education, or EL courses. Please see Deans to see if you are eligible Physical Education See Dean Hybrid Physical Education 2 This hybrid course is a mix of online and classroom sessions that will take place outside the normal school day. (Zero Hour Course) To be eligible for a hybrid course, students must also be in Music and World Language (full of each), Special Education, or EL courses. Please see Deans to see if you are eligible Team- Fall PE 1 and PE Team- Winter PE 1 and PE Team- Spring PE 1 and PE Beginning Weight Training Intermediate Weight Training- Fall Beginning Weight Training Intermediate Weight Training- Winter Beginning Weight Training Intermediate Weight Training- Spring Beginning Weight Training / 1425 / Advanced Weight Training Inter. Weight Train; register for all 3 courses Coaching and Mentorship ~NEW Trimester elective course Science p. 34 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level / 1501 / 1502 Physical Science Register for all three terms / 1504 / 1505 Honors Physical Science Strong math skills recommended; register for all 3 terms / 1511 / 1512 Biology Register for all 3terms / 1514 / 1515 AP Biology Recommend B- or better in 9th grade Language Arts; register for all 3 terms / 1521 / 1522 Chemistry High school algebra course; register for all 3 terms / 1524 / 1525 Honors Chemistry High school algebra course; register for all 3 terms / 1527 / 1528 AP Chemistry Chemistry or Honors Chemistry; register for all 3 terms / 1531 / 1532 Physics Geometry; register for all 3 terms / 1537 / 1538 AP Physics Honors Physics; register for all 3 terms / 1541 / 1542 Earth Science Register for all 3 terms / 1544 / 1545 Applied Physics Prerequisite: Algebra 1;

8 Social Studies p. 36 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level /1601/1602 Human Geography +Civics Register for all three terms /1604/1605 AP Human Geography + Civics Register for all three terms /1611/1612 US History Register for all three terms /1614/1615 AP US History Register for all three terms; students should have earned a B or better in mainstream geography or a grade of C or better in 10 AP Human Geography / 1631 / 1622 World History A B +Econ (2017) Register for all three terms; Class of /1628/1629 AP World History Meets World History & social studies elective requirement. Recommended that students have passed AP US History or received a C or higher in U.S. History, and received passing scores on state writing and reading exams World History 12 (2016) Meets World History requirement Class of Government Class of Economics (2017) Class of /1625 AP US Gov t & Politics Register for all three terms Students should have earned passing score in AP US History and passing scores on state writing and reading tests Current Issues Meets Social Studies elective requirement Psychology Meets Social Studies elective requirement Sociology Meets Social Studies elective requirement /1644/1645 AP Psychology This is a full year course, extensive reading is required, thus recommend passing score on state writing and reading exams 12 Work Based Learning p. 39 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisite and Notes Arts Grade Level 1-3 See Dean Work Based Learning See Dean Work Based Learning- OJT World Language p. 40 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level / 1701 / 1702 Spanish 1 Register for all 3 courses / 1741 / 1742 Spanish 1-Online ~NEW Register for all 3 courses / 1704 / 1705 Spanish 2 Spanish 1, register for all 3 terms / 1707 / 1708 Spanish 3 Spanish 2, register for all 3 terms / 1710 / 1711 Spanish 4 Spanish 3, register for all 3 terms / 1716 / 1717 Spanish 4-Hybrid ~NEW Spanish 4, register for all 3 terms / 1713 / 1714 AP Spanish 5 Spanish 4, register for all 3 terms / 1721 / 1722 German 1 Register for all 3 terms / 1724 / 1725 German 2 German 1, register for all 3 terms / 1727 / 1728 German 3 German 2, register for all 3 terms / 1730 / 1731 German 4- C.I.S. German 3, register for all 3 terms 12 8

9 Special Program Options p. 42 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level varies See Dean P.S.E.O. Application and approval required See Dean Student Aide Teacher approval required, GPA 2.0 or greater, See Dean Independent Study Application and approval required varies See Dean On-line Learning Application required College Readiness Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level 1 See Dean Academic Center for Excellence (A.C.E.) College Prep Seminar Northeast Metro 916 Program Options Century College p. 42 Credit Course # Course Title Prerequisites and Notes Arts Grade Level 2-6 See Dean Animal Science Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Human and Education Services (Child Development Careers) Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Auto Dismantling Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Truck Diesel & Engine Technology Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Computer Networking Specialist Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Design & Digital Media Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Cosmetology Limited enrollment; application required, transportation Y See Dean Dental Occupations Fall start only; limited enroll, application & transportation req See Dean Law Enforcement/ Criminal Just Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Maintenance/ Environmental Care Limited enrollment, application required, transportation See Dean Honors Mentor Connection Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Construction Occupations Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Intro to Engineering Tools and Design Limited enrollment; application required, transportation See Dean Entertainment, E-marketing and Event Planning Limited enrollment; application required, transportation Student Registration Guide Spring Lake Park High School Spring Lake Park Independent School District 16 Please note: The availability of courses described in the SLPHS Registration Guide will be based on registration requests and staffing availability. Because a course is described in this catalog does not guarantee the course will be offered during the school year. 9

10 POST-SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL PLANNING GUIDE WHAT IS YOUR GOAL? MINIMUM RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COLLEGE PREPARATION 1 year = 3 credits or 1 year at SLPHS SELECTIVE FOUR TECHNICAL COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MN STATE 4 YEAR COLLEGE YEAR INCLUDING THE UNIVERSITY PRIVATE 4 YEAR COLLEGE* OF MINNESOTA LANGUAGE ARTS (Composition & Literature) SOCIAL STUDIES (Geography, World &US History ) MATHEMATICS (Geometry, Algebra 2 and beyond) SCIENCE (Physical Science, Biology, and Chemistry or Physics) WORLD LANGUAGE (2 years of same language) 4 years 4 years 4 years 4 years 4 years 3 years 3 years 3 years 3 years 4 years 3 years 3 years 3 or 4 years 4 years 4 years 3 years 3 years 3 years 4 years 4 years 2 years 2 years 2 or more years FINE ARTS OR WORLD CULTURE 1 year 1 year 1 year TESTING FOR ADMISSION Accuplacer or Placement Test Accuplacer or Placement Test ACT ACT with Writing Or SAT ACT with Writing or SAT Four year college and university admissions counselors strongly recommend students have post-secondary connections courses including Advanced Placement (AP) courses, honors courses, articulated agreements, and College in the Schools (CIS) courses. The best way to prepare for college is by taking rigorous courses in subjects throughout the four years of high school. Though minimum college entrance requirements are published by all 2-year and 4-year colleges, most colleges highly recommend that students take 4 years of math, and some colleges and universities seek students who have taken advanced science courses as well. Savvy students can minimize college costs by being well prepared when they enter college including strong preparation in core academic areas. * Check with individual colleges to determine their specific requirements. 10

11 Graduation with Academic Honors At the time of commencement, seniors will be recognized in various ways for their cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) and for the academic rigor of their coursework: Earned Status GPA Requirement Recognition Graduate Less than 3.0 Blue/white tassel Honors Graduate 3.0 through Gold tassel High Honors Graduate 3.4 through Gold tassel Highest Honors Graduate 3.7 or greater Gold tassel With Academic Distinction 3.7 or greater* Gold tassel/gold shoulder cord A minimum of 29 credits of high rigor coursework are needed for students to graduate with Academic Distinction. At least four of those credits must have been earned in Trimester 1 and Trimester 2 of the senior year. The Grade Point Average (GPA) used to calculate graduation honors will be calculated at the end of Trimester 2. Students taking second semester PSEO classes will not have these grades or credits considered unless they are officially posted by the college or university and presented for transfer onto the high school transcript by March 6 rd in the spring of their graduating year. Courses of high rigor include the following courses: All honors courses Pre-Calculus AP Art History AP Calculus Advanced Senior Writing Advanced Calculus Advanced Senior Literature AP Statistics Humanities AP Biology AP English AP Chemistry AP Spanish AP Physics German 4 College in Schools Nursing Asst.-Registered EMT I EMT II First Responder/EMR AP Human Geography AP U.S. History AP Government & Politics AP Psychology AP World History A student may submit a request to be considered as a graduate with Academic Distinction (for example, students who transfer to our school during Gr. 9-12, students taking PSEO courses, or other courses not taught at the high school). Post-Secondary Connections Articulation Agreements with colleges - Courses are taught at Spring Lake Park High School that offer students both high school and college credit. Students are expected to perform at the college level. Students will receive a Certificate of Credit if they meet the college credit requirements. Advanced Placement courses - As an AP student, you are taking part in the most widely accepted college-level academic program available to high school students. Through AP's college-level courses and exams, you can earn college credit and advanced placement, stand out in the admission process, and AP provides students with an opportunity for learning that goes beyond just facts and figures. The rich course material, classroom discussions and demanding assignments typical of AP courses will help develop the content mastery and critical thinking skills expected of college students. AP courses can help you acquire the skills and habits you'll need to be successful in college. You'll improve your writing skills, sharpen your problem-solving abilities, and develop time management skills, discipline, and study habits. College in the Schools - College in the Schools is accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships. Accreditation guarantees that: Courses offered through CIS are University of Minnesota courses and CIS students earn University of Minnesota credit High school students taking U of M courses through CIS are held to the same academic standards as students on the University campus High school teachers teaching U of M courses through CIS are selected, trained, and continuously supported by University faculty Experience increased academic rigor and develop skills for college success Demonstrate learning over an entire semester/year, not just on a single, high-stakes test 11

12 Class of 2016 Course and Credit Requirements for Graduation Grade 9 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 Language Arts 9 OR Honors Language Arts 9 Math 3 Completion of Quadratic Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2 is the minimum requirement for graduation Science 3 Physical Science 9 OR Honors Physical Science 9 Social Studies 3 Human Geography OR AP Human Geography Physical Education 1 Physical Education 1* (*May be taken after 9 th grade if students are enrolled in a full year of study in music and world language.) Electives 3-5 Students need 16 credits to be on track to graduate in four years Grade 10 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 Language Arts 10 OR Honors Language Arts 10 Math 3 Completion of Quadratic Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2 is the minimum requirement for graduation Science 3 Biology OR AP Biology Social Studies 3 U.S. History OR AP U.S. History Health 2 During grades 10, 11, or 12 Teen Health Challenges I and II Physical Education 1 Physical Education 2 Electives 2-4 Students need 32 credits to be on track to graduate in four years Grade 11 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 American Literature 1 & 2 or Honors American Literature 1 & 2, and one English/Language Arts performance course Math 3 Completion of Quadratic Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2 is the minimum requirement for graduation Science 3 Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Physics, AP Physics, OR Applied Physics Social Studies 3 American Citizenship & Economics OR AP Government + Economics Electives 3-5 Students need 48 credits to be on track to graduate in f our years Grade 12 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 Senior Writing OR Honors Senior Writing, Senior Literature OR Honors Senior Literature, and one senior English/Language Arts elective, AP English Social Studies 2 AP World History OR World History with 1 elective social studies Electives 8-10 Additional Requirements for Graduation Art-based courses During high school, complete 3 arts-based classes. NOTE: Four year colleges require these to be in Art or Music classes. Phy Ed Phy Ed 1 & 2 Health Teen Health Challenges 1 & 2 Testing ACT with Writing 64 Total Credits Required to Graduate 12

13 Classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019 Course and Credit Requirements for Graduation Grade 9 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 Language Arts 9 OR Honors Language Arts 9 Math 3 Completions of Quadratic Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2 is the minimum requirement for graduation Science 3 Physical Science 9 OR Honors Physical Science 9 Social Studies 3 Human Geography(2) + Civics(1) or AP Human Geography + Civics Physical Education 1 Physical Education 1* (*May be taken after 9 th grade if students are enrolled in a full year of study in music and world language.) Electives 3-5 Students need 16 credits to be on track to graduate in four years Grade 10 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 Language Arts 10 OR Honors Language Arts 10 Math 3 Completions of Quadratic Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2 is the minimum requirement for graduation Science 3 Biology OR AP Biology Social Studies 3 U.S. History OR AP U.S. History Health 2 During grades 10, 11, or 12 Teen Health Challenges I and II Physical Education 1 Physical Education 2 Electives 2-4 Students need 32 credits to be on track to graduate in four years Grade 11 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 American Literature 1 & 2 OR Honors American Literature 1 & 2, and one English/Language Arts performance course Math 3 Completions of Quadratic Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2 is the minimum requirement for graduation Science 3 Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Physics, AP Physics, or Applied Physics Social Studies 3 World History A & B + Economics OR AP World History Electives 3-5 Students need 48 credits to be on track to graduate in four years Grade 12 Credits Courses: English/Language Arts 3 Social Studies 2 Electives 8-10 Additional Requirements for Graduation Senior Writing OR Honors Senior Writing, Senior Literature OR Honors Senior Literature, and one senior English/Language Arts elective, AP English Government + 1 Elective; Current Issues, Psychology, Sociology, OR AP Gov t, AP Psychology, OR Economics + Government (If AP World History was taken) Art-based courses During high school, complete 3 arts-based classes. NOTE: Four year colleges require these to be in Art or Music classes. Phy Ed Phy Ed 1 & 2 Health Teen Health Challenges 1 & 2 Testing ACT with Writing 64 Total Credits Required to Graduate 13

14 SCHEDULE CHANGES- For assistance, call Mike Bury Alpha Students (A-D) Don Fineran Alpha Students (E-J) Justine Malecha Alpha Students (K-O) Angie Shea Alpha Students (P-S) Julia Corneil-Smith Alpha Students (T-Z) Kaline Sandven Students with IEPs Adding/Dropping a course prior to the course change deadline Trimester 1: August 26, 2015 Trimester 2: November 20, 2015 Trimester 3: February 26, 2016 In order to drop a course, a student must complete a Course Drop Request Form which must include the student's signature, parent's signature, and teacher's signature. The Course Drop Request Form must be submitted to the student's Dean no later than the last school day prior to the beginning of the course or the Friday before school begins for trimester one courses. Adding/Dropping a course after to the course change deadline Dropping a class is a significant decision, which may have a long-term impact; therefore, before dropping a class, Parent, Student, and Dean involvement is required. The request to drop a course must be made prior to the first day of the class to be dropped unless there are extenuating circumstances (see below). The Course Drop Request Form must be completed prior to the first day of the trimester of which the course is offered and must have all necessary signatures. Dropping a course after the first day of the trimester will be allowed only under the following circumstances: The student does not have the skills or background to be successful in the class. This would be verified by a discussion with the teacher and supported by the parent The student is experiencing significant mental or physical health issues that interfere with the student s success and this can be verified by the student s Dean and supported by the parent The Dean determines there are extenuating circumstances that warrant a course drop An IEP team determines a different course placement or an ELL teacher determines alternate course placement Adding a course will be dependent on available space. Pass/No Credit Policy* At Spring Lake Park High School we want to provide challenging course work for all students. In an attempt to encourage students to take challenging courses, we offer a Pass/No Credit option, according to the guidelines below. Students selecting this option are required to meet with their teacher and Dean. Students choosing the Pass/No Credit option must be willing to meet the rigor of the course. Students must complete all assigned course work, including tests and presentations, with the equivalent of a C or higher to earn credit. Students who do not meet this grade requirement will not receive credit for the class. Students may exercise this policy up to one (1) course per year and up to (3) courses during their academic career at Spring Lake Park High School.*Be aware that some colleges or universities may not view a P as a positive or passing grade on a transcript. Pass/No Credit applies to the following courses: All honors courses AP Art History Honors Senior Writing Honors Senior Literature Humanities AP English AP Spanish German 4 College in Schools Pre-Calculus AP Calculus Advanced Calculus AP Statistics AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics 14 Nursing Asst.-Registered EMT I EMT II First Responder/EMR AP Human Geography AP U.S. History AP Government & Politics AP Psychology AP World History

15 Course Offerings Art 1001 Art Foundations 1 Credits: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. This is a foundation course of drawing and painting concepts. Students will explore the elements of design through projects like figure drawing, portraiture, landscape, and still life. Various media like pastels, markers, B pencils, and paint brushes will be the artist s tools throughout the course. Emphasis will be placed on art history, aesthetics, criticism, as well as studio production Art Foundations 2 Credit: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: Art Foundations 1 Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. This foundations course continues to explore drawing and painting concepts. Students will be introduced to the principles of design through projects like observational drawing, gesture drawing, grid design, perspective, and a collage self-portrait. Art appreciation will concentrate on major art movements from cave paintings through the Renaissance into modern times Electronic Easel- Adobe Illustrator Credit: 1 Grades: 10, 11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: Art Foundations 1 Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Adobe Illustrator is considered the industry standard in today s fast paced world of visual communication and print. The student will learn the in-depth tools of the vector based program and will be able to apply the technology towards creating original pieces of their own designs. Elements and principals of design will be emphasized and applied to sketch compositions. The student will learn to scan their own sketches and recreate the designs using this powerful program. This course is designed for serious students who wish to take their art to the level of digital manipulation. 1005/1006/1007 AP Art Studio 2D Prerequisite: Art Foundations 1 & 2 Grades: 11,12 Type: Full Year elective course; meets arts requirement Credits: 3 Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Post-secondary Connection: College credit possible upon successful completion of AP Portfolio This course is designed to create a fully functional portfolio for the serious art student. The course offers instruction in aesthetics through various art media such as charcoal, ink, pastel, and painting or pottery, sculpture or other 3D designs. The student will tap into their personal artistic skills and refine their true creative style through multi media. An Artist s Statement is required. Student assessment will be based on critiques of work and a final PowerPoint art report or personal PowerPoint portfolio. Students taking this class will be required to work independently on their portfolio. This course will prepare students for submission of a 2D or 3D portfolio to the College Board for Advanced Placement credit Ceramics 1 Credits: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. This beginning course in ceramics will introduce the student to clay construction, the use of clay tools and the three hand building methods of clay construction: pinch, slab, and coil Ceramics 2 Credits: 1 Grades: 10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: Ceramics 1 Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. This is the second course in our sequence of ceramics class offerings. Register for this class if you are serious about advancing your skills in pinch, slab, and coil methods. Students will be introduced to throwing clay on the potter s wheel. Students are encouraged to create original works of art. 15

16 Art 1012 Ceramics Studio Credits: 1 Grades: 10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: Ceramics 2 Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. This is the third course in our sequence of ceramics class offerings and is intended for the ambitious potter and sculptor. Students will be placed in a Ceramics 1 or Ceramics 2 classroom and will be mentoring their peers throughout the course. Students at this third level will create three to four original hand-built pieces and continue to produce wheel thrown pottery. 1015/1016/1017 AP Art Studio 3D Prerequisite: Ceramics 1 & 2 Grades: 11, 12 Type: Full Year elective course; meets arts requirement Credits: 3 Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Post-secondary Connection: College credit possible upon successful completion of AP Portfolio This course is designed to create a fully functional portfolio for the serious art student. The course offers instruction in aesthetics through various art media such as charcoal, ink, pastel, and painting or pottery, sculpture or other 3D designs. The student will tap into their personal artistic skills and refine their true creative style through multi media. An Artist s Statement is required. Student assessment will be based on critiques of work and a final PowerPoint art report or personal PowerPoint portfolio. Students taking this class will be required to work independently on their portfolio. This course will prepare students for submission of a 2D or 3D portfolio to the College Board for Advanced Placement credit Intro to Photography (Level 1) Credits: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Intro to Photography is a foundations course exploring the science and history of photography. Students will gain an understanding of how reflective light is captured through various science experiments; which include building their own pinhole camera and capturing imagery through the science of the camera obscura. Students will learn the basics of the camera system and apply their knowledge of apertures and shutter speeds to capture light using a traditional 35mm single lens reflex camera. Students are advised to bring in a traditional 35mm camera. A limited number of cameras are available to rent at an additional cost Black & White Traditional Photography (Level 2) Credits: 1 Grades: 10, 11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: Intro to Photography(Lvl 1) Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. This course is for the serious photographer who wishes to take up photography as a hobby or profession. Traditional 35mm film is explored at a more rigorous pace, challenging the student to apply elements and principles of composition while learning advances techniques of camera use to create desired effects in their images. Advanced darkroom techniques are introduced with the use of filters and dodging and burning. Students should have access to a traditional 35mm SLR FILM camera. Newer cameras should have settings that manually control ISO, F/stops and shutter speeds. There are a limited number of cameras available for rental during the trimester Black & White Studio Photography (Level 3) Credits: 1 Grades: 11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: B&W Trad Photo (Lvl 2) Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. This course challenges the serious student with advanced use of the camera in a variety of different lighting conditions including the use of studio lights. Students will be exploring creative methods to manipulate prints in the darkroom and produce a portfolio of work. Students should have access to a traditional 35mm SLR FILM camera. Newer cameras should have settings that manually control ISO, F/stops and shutter speeds. There are a limited number of cameras available for rental during the trimester. 16

17 Art 1024 Digital Darkroom Credits: 1 grades: 10,11,12 Type: trimester elective Course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: Intro to Photography Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Photoshop is the digital answer to manipulating images and producing special effects on prints. The computer becomes the darkroom and is a powerful tool in creating imagery while using today s standards in the design industry. Students will be using devices such as ipads, consumer digital cameras and professional SLR digital camera to capture images; then applying the techniques in Adobe Photoshop to enhance their compositions. Students must have an understanding of how to manipulate and capture images with a SLR camera, prior to taking this class. Some standard lessons will be done with images provided for the student on formative assessments given throughout the course. Summative assessments will require the student to produce original images; using some type of camera or device. 1025/1026/1027 AP Photography Portfolio 2D Credits: 3 Grades: 12 Type: Full Year elective course; meets arts requirement Prerequisite: Black & White Studio Photography (Level 3) & Digital Darkroom (Please talk to instructor if interested in this class) Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Post-secondary Connection: College credit possible upon successful completion of AP Portfolio This is a full year course with a concentration on developing and producing a portfolio of work to be presented to the AP CollegeBoard in the spring of a student s senior year. The course offers instruction on aesthetics and requires the students to prepare an Artists Statement. Student assessment will be based on critiques of work and the final portfolio. Students taking this class will be required to work independently on their portfolio. This course prepares the student for the rigorous AP portfolio submission criteria to the CollegeBoard for Advanced Placement credit. Portfolios will be submitted in the 2D AP Portfolio category. Course fee will be based on actual materials used (varies by portfolio) Intro to Yearbook Credits: 1 per trimester Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; can be taken more than once; meets arts requirement Fee: none This course is a foundation class which the student will learn the artistic skills, computer applications, and rewarding task of completing the school yearbook. We will also focus on the production and business aspects of the actual final production. There is a wide range of opportunities and multiple tasks to be expected such as: creative photography, caption writing, layout and design, business skills, and organizational skills Yearbook & Publication Credits: 1 per trimester Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; can be taken more than once; meets arts requirement Fee: none In this second level course of the series, the student will develop their design and layout skills. The student will apply their skills and knowledge towards final production of the yearbook. Students will have the opportunity to revise and polish their work to meet higher standards of quality Yearbook Theme Development Credits: 1 per trimester Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; can be taken more than once; meets arts requirement Fee: none In this advanced level of the series, the student will explore and develop a higher understanding of design and conceptual work. The student will have the opportunity to contribute towards the theme and final layout designs of the following school year. The student is highly encouraged to enroll in Yearbook and Publication the following year to continue their work. The student has the opportunity to earn leadership roles on the main yearbook staff and to earn a varsity letter World of Crafts Credits: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Fee: No fee for basic projects, additional projects may incur a project based fee. Travel through the world learning about how other cultures make three-dimensional projects like mosaics, lacquer box painting, candle making, yarn basket coiling, dream catchers, and jewelry beading techniques. Students will have hands on experience of each technique which was passed on from generation to generation. In addition, we will explore the art of music and food traditions from each country. 17

18 Art 1035/1036/1037 AP Art History Credits: 3 Grades: 10, 11, 12 Type: Full year course, register for all three trimesters Post-secondary Connection: College credit possible; upon successful completion of AP Exam This academically rigorous course follows the Advanced Placement course guidelines designed by the College Board. There is no studio work in this course! Advanced Placement Art History is designed to introduce highly motivated students to the historical understanding and cultural aspects of painting, sculpture, and architecture. * Fall study is from 10,000 B.C A.D. Winter study is from Spring study is from 1600-present time. * Course is offered every other year. Course will next be offered in Business Marketing & Technology 1051 Accounting 1 Credits:1 Grades: 10, 11, 12 Type: Trimester elective course This course covers the concepts and principles of accounting as they relate to financial statements of a single proprietorship. The course will cover a broad range of accounting principles. This includes special journals, posting, trial balancing, work sheets, financial statements, adjustments, and closing ledgers. This course is strongly recommended for students who will be pursuing a business major in college Accounting 2 Credits: 1 Grades: 10, 11, 12 Type: Trimester elective course Prerequisite: Accounting 1 This course will be a continuation of Accounting 1. The accounting principles taught in this course includes an in-depth study of accounting principles, procedures, and techniques used in keeping financial records for sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. Students must take Accounting 1 prior to taking this course. This course is strongly recommended for students who will be pursuing business in college Intro to Business Credits: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course Students will cover the basic concepts of general business subjects including business ethics, human resources, business law, international business, business communication and management. Students will gain an understanding of the characteristics and organization of a business. Students will solve case problems involving business situations, working in management groups, and current issues in business today Graphic Design Credits: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course; meets arts requirement Glossy magazines, CD covers, logos, advertisements, product packaging, computer imaging -- all are composed of images, design and printed words that work together to sell products and services. Initially, students develop an understanding of color, composition, design, and typography skills. Students will be trained in creative problem-solving along with effective business skills in each graphic design project. Computer knowledge is helpful but not required Sports & Entertainment Marketing Credits: 1 Grades: 9,10,11,12 Type: Trimester elective course Sports Marketing is a unique and specialized course designed for students with an interest in the sports industry. In this class, students will explore the world of sports marketing, including the promotion of sports and the use of sports as a marketing tool for other businesses. We will examine the economic impact of sports and entertainment as well as endorsements, sponsorships, product development, licensing, image, sales, promotion, pricing and more. 18

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