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1 Elgin Ave. San Antonio, Texas El Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Antonio no discrimina por motivos de raza, religión, color, origen nacional, género o impedimento, o por cualquier otro motivo prohibido por la ley. ENGINEERING The San Antonio Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law. SAISD Career Institutes are magnet programs open to students across Bexar County. To apply to an SAISD Career Institute, visit This page provides a doorway to information about the various programs, how to apply and access the application. FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN AT HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL APPLY TO AN INSTITUTE ENGINEERING IMAGINE BEING AT THE CENTER OF INNOVATION, MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. Engineers provide solutions to problems and devise ideas for innovations touching almost every aspect of life. You may want to design computer chips, create software programs or improve communications systems. Or maybe you see yourself in the field of robotics. These opportunities await you through the world of engineering. The Engineering Career Institute at Highlands High School offers an advanced and rigorous curriculum in all core subjects with a focus on career opportunities in one of three different strands or majors to choose from: Engineering, Networking and Computer Science, all under the STEM endorsement. Highlands High School is receiving $65.7 MILLION IN UPGRADES An endorsement is a targeted area of interest, and there are five different areas set by the state. All majors offer students a number of Advanced Placement and dual-credit courses. Career courses closely align to the related programs at St. Philip s College. Advanced Placement courses are available to prepare students for rigorous college coursework offered through the dual-credit courses. All Institute students are required to participate in UIL, student leadership and service projects while in high school. making it the largest renovation and modernization project under Bond The vast majority of the campus is being rebuilt already a new classroom building opened in fall 2015 and includes state-ofthe-art spaces for engineering, networking, computer science and more.

2 Elgin Ave. San Antonio, Texas El Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Antonio no discrimina por motivos de raza, religión, color, origen nacional, género o impedimento, o por cualquier otro motivo prohibido por la ley. ENGINEERING The San Antonio Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law. SAISD Career Institutes are magnet programs open to students across Bexar County. To apply to an SAISD Career Institute, visit This page provides a doorway to information about the various programs, how to apply and access the application. APPLY TO AN INSTITUTE FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN AT HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL ENGINEERING IMAGINE BEING AT THE CENTER OF INNOVATION, MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. Engineers provide solutions to problems and devise ideas for innovations touching almost every aspect of life. You may want to design computer chips, create software programs or improve communications systems. Or maybe you see yourself in the field of robotics. These opportunities await you through the world of engineering. Highlands High School is receiving $65.7 MILLION IN UPGRADES making it the largest renovation and modernization project under Bond The vast majority of the campus is being rebuilt already a new classroom building opened in fall 2015 and includes state-ofthe-art spaces for engineering, networking, computer science and more. The Engineering Career Institute at Highlands High School offers an advanced and rigorous curriculum in all core subjects with a focus on career opportunities in one of three different strands or majors to choose from: Engineering, Networking and Computer Science, all under the STEM endorsement. An endorsement is a targeted area of interest, and there are five different areas set by the state. All majors offer students a number of Advanced Placement and dual-credit courses. Career courses closely align to the related programs at St. Philip s College. Advanced Placement courses are available to prepare students for rigorous college coursework offered through the dual-credit courses. All Institute students are required to participate in UIL, student leadership and service projects while in high school.

3 Elgin Ave. San Antonio, Texas El Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Antonio no discrimina por motivos de raza, religión, color, origen nacional, género o impedimento, o por cualquier otro motivo prohibido por la ley. ENGINEERING The San Antonio Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law. SAISD Career Institutes are magnet programs open to students across Bexar County. To apply to an SAISD Career Institute, visit This page provides a doorway to information about the various programs, how to apply and access the application. APPLY TO AN INSTITUTE FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN AT HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL ENGINEERING IMAGINE BEING AT THE CENTER OF INNOVATION, MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. Engineers provide solutions to problems and devise ideas for innovations touching almost every aspect of life. You may want to design computer chips, create software programs or improve communications systems. Or maybe you see yourself in the field of robotics. These opportunities await you through the world of engineering. Highlands High School is receiving $65.7 MILLION IN UPGRADES making it the largest renovation and modernization project under Bond The vast majority of the campus is being rebuilt already a new classroom building opened in fall 2015 and includes state-ofthe-art spaces for engineering, networking, computer science and more. The Engineering Career Institute at Highlands High School offers an advanced and rigorous curriculum in all core subjects with a focus on career opportunities in one of three different strands or majors to choose from: Engineering, Networking and Computer Science, all under the STEM endorsement. An endorsement is a targeted area of interest, and there are five different areas set by the state. All majors offer students a number of Advanced Placement and dual-credit courses. Career courses closely align to the related programs at St. Philip s College. Advanced Placement courses are available to prepare students for rigorous college coursework offered through the dual-credit courses. All Institute students are required to participate in UIL, student leadership and service projects while in high school.

4 CORE COURSES EARN UP TO 45 HOURS OF COLLEGE CREDIT.* All students in the Engineering Institute take the courses below, regardless of which strand they pursue.** PERIOD 9 TH 10 TH 11 TH 12 TH FOUR-YEAR PLAN 1 English I or Pre-AP English I English II or Pre-AP English II AP English III or ENGL 1301/1302 DC AP English IV or ENGL 2322/2323 DC 2 Algebra I or Pre-AP Geometry Geometry or Pre-AP Algebra II Algebra II or Pre-AP Pre-Calculus or DE Pre-Calculus or AP Calculus AB/BC 3 Biology or Pre-AP Biology Chemistry or Pre-AP Chemistry AP Physics or PHYS 2425 DC Course varies by major 4 AVID or World History or Pre-AP World History U.S. History or AP U.S. History AP Govt / AP Eco or GOVT 2305 DC/ ECON 1301 DC 5 Spanish I or Spanish II Spanish II or Spanish III 6 Courses vary by major 7 PE/PE Sub./ 8 Fine Arts TOTAL CREDITS DC = Dual Credit (both high school and college credit) DE = Dual Enrollment at UT AP = Advanced Placement Pre-AP = Pre-Advanced Placement * College credits include both dual credit and AP classes. Students must meet the TSI assessment requirements identified by Alamo Colleges prior to enrollment in dual-credit courses. ** Course titles could change.

5 ENGINEERING STEM See course descriptions below AP Environmental Science Engineering Design & Presentation Concepts of Engineering & Technology Biotechnology Robotics & Automation (2 credits) Advanced Engineering Design & Presentation (DC) (3 credits) ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES FOR THIS CAREER AREA: World Geography, Professional Communications DC or Communication Applications DC, Advanced Biotechnology and Engineering Mathematics or Scientific Research and Design See course descriptions below STEM Forensic Science Telecommunications & Networking Principles of Information Technology Computer Maintenance Internetworking Technologies I (2 credits) Computer Technician (3 credits) ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES FOR THIS CAREER AREA: World Geography, Professional Communications DC or Communication Applications DC, Web Technologies or Digital & Interactive Media and Geographic Information Systems or Forensic Science See course descriptions below STEM Forensic Science AP Psychology / AP Sociology Artificial Intelligence (.5) (PLTW) Cybersecurity (.5) (PLTW) Intro Computer Science (.5) (PLTW) Modern Physics (.5) Computer Science & Software Engineering (PLTW) Digital & Interactive Media Computational Problem Solving (PLTW) Computer Science Applications (PLTW) Robotics & Automation (2 credits) ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES FOR THIS CAREER AREA: World Geography, Professional Communications DC or Communication Applications DC; Scientific Research & Design and Simulation & Modeling PLTW = Project Lead The Way

6 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ADVANCED BIOTECHNOLOGY Students learn to use sophisticated laboratory equipment, perform statistical analysis and practice quality-control techniques in applying advanced knowledge and skills to the emerging fields of agricultural, medical, regulatory and forensic biotechnology. ADVANCED ENGINEERING DESIGN & PRESENTATION (DC) Students master computer software applications in a variety of engineering and technical fields, while further developing the process of engineering thought and application of the design process. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (PLTW) Students develop artificially intelligent systems that create solutions to real problems found in science and industry. Students analyze problems for computational difficulty and analyze solutions for computational efficiency. BIOTECHNOLOGY Students study agricultural, environmental, economic and political roles of bioenergy and biological remediation; the roles of nanoscience and nanotechnology in biotechnology medical research and future trends in biological science and biotechnology. COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEM-SOLVING (PLTW) As a capstone course, CPS offers students the opportunity to work in a team to deliver a software solution to a real-world design problem. Teams start by defining problems, which might originate from CPS students, community, industry clients, or students in other problem-based courses, and use the Agile design process to develop a software solution. COMPUTER MAINTENANCE Students acquire principles of computer maintenance, including electrical and electronic theory, computer hardware principles, and broad level components related to the installation, diagnosis, service and repair of computer systems. Students reinforce, apply and transfer knowledge and skills in a variety of settings and problems and demonstrate the necessary skills for career development, employability and completion of course outcomes. APPLICATIONS (PLTW) Students produce programs that integrate mobile devices and leverage devices for distributed collection and data processing. Students analyze, adapt and improve each other s programs while working primarily in JAVA and other industry-standard tools. This course prepares students for College Board s Advanced Placement CS-A test. & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (PLTW) This course develops computational thinking, generates excitement about career paths that utilize computing and introduces professional tools that foster creativity and collaboration. This course can serve as a student s first course in computer science. Students develop programming expertise and explore the workings of the Internet. Projects and problems include app development, visualization of data, cybersecurity, robotics, and simulation. COMPUTER TECHNICIAN Students gain knowledge and skills in computer technologies, including advanced knowledge of electrical and electronic theory, computer principles, and components related to the installation, diagnosis, service and repair of computer-based technology systems. Students reinforce, apply and transfer knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Proper use of analytical skills and application of information technology concepts and standards are essential to prepare students for success in a technology-driven society. Critical thinking, information technology experiences and product development may be conducted in a classroom setting with an instructor, industry mentor or both. CONCEPTS OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Provides an overview of science, technology, engineering and mathematics and their interrelationships. Students work on design teams to develop a product or system and use multiple software applications to prepare and present course assignments. CYBERSECURITY (PLTW) Introduces the tools and concepts of cybersecurity and encourages students to create solutions that allow people to share computing resources while protecting privacy. This course raises students knowledge of and commitment to ethical computing behavior. DIGITAL & INTERACTIVE MEDIA Students analyze and assess current and emerging technologies while designing and creating multimedia projects that address customer needs and resolve problems. ENGINEERING DESIGN & PRESENTATION Students study the process of design as it applies to engineering fields using multiple software applications and tools necessary to produce and present working drawings, solid model renderings and prototypes.

7 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Students solve and model robotic design problems. Students use a variety of mathematical methods and models to represent and analyze problems involving data acquisition, spatial applications, electrical measurement, manufacturing processes, materials engineering, mechanical drives, pneumatics, process control systems, quality control, and robotics with computer programming. FORENSIC SCIENCE Provides students with a basic understanding of investigative theory, collection and preservation of evidence and sources of information. Methods of conducting interviews and interrogations are covered. Students must pass safety test with 100% mastery. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS This course educates students about their local and global community, utilizing Geographic Information System (GIS). GIS allows students to view, understand, question, interpret and visualize data in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns and trends in the form of maps, globes, reports and charts. Learning exercises include the use and analysis of High Resolution Landsat images over 100 GIS layers. Course curriculum is multidisciplinary by nature and incorporates math skills, science, social science and language arts. INTER TECHNOLOGIES I Students design, build and maintain small to medium-sized networks. This course covers aspects of hardware support related to personal computers (PCs) including system troubleshooting, system board, drive subsystems, memory, input/output devices and multimedia. In a lab setting that corresponds to the real world, students utilize the building blocks of today s computer technology, global information, networks and ecommerce web development. This high-tech learning environment provides students with the knowledge and experience to enter the workforce and/or further their education and training in the computer networking field. INTRODUCTION TO (PLTW) Students learn the impact of computing in society and the application of computing across career paths. Students create interactive stories; work in teams to create simple apps for mobile devices using App Inventor; and analyze data about students health, social habits, and interests using functions in Excel. MODERN PHYSICS Students gain an understanding of how science works; what motivates it, how initially promising ideas are refuted by continuing research, and the consequences of science on other fields and society in general. PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Students develop computer literacy skills to adapt to emerging technologies used in the global marketplace. Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to prepare for a rapidly evolving workplace environment. Students enhance reading, writing, computing, communication and reasoning skills and apply them to the information technology environment. ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION Students demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary for the robotics and automation industry. Students build prototypes or use simulation software to test their designs. Students must pass the safety test with 100% mastery. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH & DESIGN Students study the principles of environmental engineering. Topics include material balances, environmental chemistry, risk assessment, air quality, water quality and waste water treatment. Quantitative evaluation of environmental, technical and economic problems with control of pollutants in air, water and land will also be discussed. SIMULATION & MODELING Students create models and simulate social, physical and biological systems. Students apply statistics and data analysis to understand systems and predict behavior, and compare models to complex, real data. Students create simulations to communicate central ideas in the physical, biological and social sciences and deepen their understanding of concepts in discrete math and computer science. This course emphasizes collaboration, professional writing, scientific method and aligns with CSTA Level 3C Standards. TELECOMMUNICATIONS & Students develop the concepts and skills related to telecommunications and data networking technologies and practices in order to apply them to personal and career development. Students reinforce, apply and transfer knowledge and skills in a variety of settings and problems and will demonstrate the necessary skills for career development, employability and completion of course outcomes. WEB TECHNOLOGIES Students gain advanced knowledge and skills in the appreciation, design, production, implementation, maintenance, evaluation and assessment of products, services and systems. Knowledge and skills in the proper use of analytical skills and application of information technology concepts and standards are essential to prepare students for success in a technology-driven society. Critical thinking, information technology experience and product development may be conducted in a classroom setting with an industry mentor, as an unpaid internship or as career preparation. Students must pass safety test with 100% mastery.

8 Elgin Ave. San Antonio, Texas El Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Antonio no discrimina por motivos de raza, religión, color, origen nacional, género o impedimento, o por cualquier otro motivo prohibido por la ley. ENGINEERING The San Antonio Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law. SAISD Career Institutes are magnet programs open to students across Bexar County. To apply to an SAISD Career Institute, visit This page provides a doorway to information about the various programs, how to apply and access the application. FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN AT HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL APPLY TO AN INSTITUTE ENGINEERING IMAGINE BEING AT THE CENTER OF INNOVATION, MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. Engineers provide solutions to problems and devise ideas for innovations touching almost every aspect of life. You may want to design computer chips, create software programs or improve communications systems. Or maybe you see yourself in the field of robotics. These opportunities await you through the world of engineering. The Engineering Career Institute at Highlands High School offers an advanced and rigorous curriculum in all core subjects with a focus on career opportunities in one of three different strands or majors to choose from: Engineering, Networking and Computer Science, all under the STEM endorsement. Highlands High School is receiving $65.7 MILLION IN UPGRADES An endorsement is a targeted area of interest, and there are five different areas set by the state. All majors offer students a number of Advanced Placement and dual-credit courses. Career courses closely align to the related programs at St. Philip s College. Advanced Placement courses are available to prepare students for rigorous college coursework offered through the dual-credit courses. All Institute students are required to participate in UIL, student leadership and service projects while in high school. making it the largest renovation and modernization project under Bond The vast majority of the campus is being rebuilt already a new classroom building opened in fall 2015 and includes state-ofthe-art spaces for engineering, networking, computer science and more.

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