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1 Sauk Prairie High School Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere. -Chinese Proverb Course Description Guide

2 What you need to know when planning your education Drop / Add Procedures: No changes will be made to accommodate a request for teacher preference, lunch or study hall. Drop/Adds can be made prior to the beginning of the school year/and or new semester. Schedule changes can also be made for five consecutive days beginning with the second day of each semester. (No schedule changes will be made the first day of school). Dropping of any class after the fourth week of the semester, or going below 6 credits, will result in a W/F (withdraw/failure) for the class. An exception may be considered for any student taking a full load of eight classes. Students with case managers will be required to initiate all changes through the case manager. Career Clusters: The Sauk Prairie High School is now implementing Career Cluster Models into our course selection process. These tools, Career Clusters and Career Pathways, will help students group their required courses and electives into a coherent sequence in preparation for college and careers. Utilizing the 16 Career Clusters, students can identify pathways from high school to twoand four-year colleges, graduate school, and/or directly to the workplace. By connecting education to future goals, students are motivated to work harder and enroll in more rigorous courses. Throughout this booklet you will see icons relating to each of the 16 Career Clusters that have been identified: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources; Architecture & Construction; Arts, A/V, Technology & Communications; Business, Management & Administration; Education & Training; Finance; Government & Public Administration; Health Science; Hospitality & Tourism; Human Services; Information Technology; Law, Public Safety & Security; Manufacturing; Marketing, Sales & Service; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics; and Transportation, Distribution & Logistics. Almost all career possibilities can be found within the clusters. Students at Sauk Prairie High School are fortunate to have the opportunity to take coursework relevant to all 16 Career Clusters. Communicating career and educational goals to your guidance counselor, working with the Career Cruising website and exploring the 16 Career Clusters at can aide students in choosing relevant and applied coursework designed to meet their individual educational and career goals. Career / Technical Education (CTE): CTE courses prepare students for the growing range of career opportunities in today s workplace. By integrating math and science concepts, CTE classes help students apply the skills they are learning in their core academic classes. Career opportunities may require varying levels of education from high school and postsecondary certificates to two and four year college degrees. Sauk Prairie High School students are fortunate to have many CT/E opportunities. Programs areas include: Agriculture & Natural Resources Business & Information & Technology Family & Consumer Education Technology & Engineering Education. Students already on Career Pathways should utilize their high school years to gain a foothold on the career of their choice by taking advantage of advanced standing credits, industry certification, certified work-based learning, and a full spectrum of coursework. Students still exploring Career Pathways may utilize CTE options to explore career interests. Another value of CTE is that oftentimes, students can decide, through exploration, if a career option suits their needs before leaving high school, insuring strong interest before beginning a post-secondary program. Youth Options: The Youth Options program allows all public high school juniors and seniors who meet certain requirements to take postsecondary courses at institutions of higher education. Students may take classes that are beyond the scope and sequence offered at the high school. The program opens the door to greater learning opportunities for students who are considering a technical career, wishing to begin college early or wanting to prepare to enter the workforce immediately after high school graduation. Application Deadlines March 1 for the fall semester and October 1 st or the spring semester. See your counselor for more information. Work Based Learning Experience Courses: Through the Work-Based Learning Experience Courses, students have the opportunity to earn certifications to help boost your resumes. The follow certifications are available to students enrolled in these courses. Youth Apprenticeship: Available to Juniors & Seniors, Youth Apprenticeship involves coursework and related work-based learning relevant some of the Career Pathways. YA students must be in good academic standing, have excellent attendance and have taken a coherent sequence of related coursework. Upon completion of 450 hours of related work and completion of a Competency Checklist, students are granted a Level 1 Youth Apprenticeship Certificate by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD). A 2-year program with successful completion of 900 hours of work-based learning and 2-year Competency Checklist earns students a Certificate of Occupational Proficiency from DWD. Opportunities are based on students being able to secure related employment. Employers must agree to adhere to standard employment of youth rules and regulations. Students must also meet with their teachers to fill out an application for this program. Certified Co-ops: Certified Co-op certifications are very similar to Youth Apprenticeships in the fact that they involve work-based learning, but their checklists are through the Department of Public Instruction. Employability Skills: The Employability Skills Certificate Program is intended to recognize a student s mastery of employability skills valued by employers. The program is designed around the implementation of the U.S. Department of Labor Secretary s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS); a school-supervised work based learning experience, and a career plan.

3 Items to Note for Post High School Plans 2 & 4 Year Colleges: minimum 3 years of math and science. They also require an ACT score. Some universities also require foreign language. Technical College: specific programs require 3 years of math or science. They also require a COMPASS test score. See your counselor for more information Military: Requires meeting with a recruiter for specific requirements and information. They also require an ASVAB score. Apprenticeship Programs: require a special application process. See your counselor for more information. FOUR YEAR PLANNING GUIDE As you plan for next year s classes, it is an excellent time to review your individual plan. Make sure you select classes that fit both your postsecondary and career goals. Please talk with your parents about your plan and meet with your counselor to discuss your options. Graduation Requirements Classes of 2015 & Classes of 2017 & English 4 Credits 4 Credits Social Studies 3 Credits 3 Credits Math 2 Credits 3 Credits Science 2 Credits 3 Credits Physical Education 1.5 Credits 1.5 Credits Health.5 Credits.5 Credits Electives 11 Credits 9 Credits Total 24 Credits 24 Credits Grade 9 Grade 10 Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 1 English 9 English 9 1 English 10 English 10 2 US History US History 2 World History World History 3 Secondary Math 1 Secondary Math 1 3 Secondary Math 2 Secondary Math 2 4 Biology Biology 4 Physical Science, Chemistry, Physics 5 Physical Education Health 5 Physical Education Physical Science, Chemistry, Physics Grade 11 Grade 12 Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 1 English 11 English 11 1 English Elective English Elective 2 American Government Social Studies Elective 2 3 Physical Education

4 The 16 Career Clusters Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources: The production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural commodities and resources including food, fiber, wood products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products/resources. Architecture & Construction: Careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment. Arts, A/V Technology & Communications: Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services. Business Management & Administration: Careers that encompass planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Business Management and Administration career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy. Education & Training: Planning, managing and providing education and training services, and related learning support services. Finance: Planning, services for financial and investment planning, banking, insurance, and business financial management. Government & Public Administration: Executing governmental functions to include Governance; National Security; Foreign Service; Planning; Revenue and Taxation; Regulation; and Management and Administration at the local, state, and federal levels. Health Science: Planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development. Hospitality & Tourism: Careers that encompass the management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other foodservices, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel related services. Human Services: Preparing individuals for employment in career pathways that relate to families and human needs. Information Technology: Building Linkages in IT Occupations Framework: For Entry Level, Technical, and Professional Careers Related to the Design, Development, Support and Management of Hardware, Software, Multimedia, and Systems Integration Services. Law, Public Safety, and Corrections & Security: Planning, managing, and providing legal, public safety, protective services and homeland security, including professional and technical support services. Manufacturing: Planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing/process engineering. Marketing: Planning, managing, and performing marketing activities to reach organizational objectives. Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics: Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (e.g., physical science, social science, engineering) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services. Transportation, Distribution & Logistics: Planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water and related professional and technical support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance.

5 Pathways In This Cluster Food Products & Processing Systems Plant Systems Power, Structural & Technical Systems Animal Systems Environment Service Systems Agribusiness Systems Agribusiness Systems The production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural commodities and resources including food, fiber, wood products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products/resources. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Crop Sprayer *Fisherman *Nursery Employee *Stable Worker *Landscaper/Laborer *Pet Groomer *Logger *Veterinary Hospital Employee *Pet Shop Employee EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Arborist *Farmer *Golf Course Manager *Animal Control *Turf manager *Greenhouse Manager *Veterinary Technician *Genetic Technologist EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Animal Scientist *Geneticist *Soil Scientist *Food Scientist *Game Warden *Entomologist *Biochemist *Greenhouse Operator *Marine Biologist *Zoologist *Veterinarian *USDA Inspector *Agricultural Educator Food Products & Processing Systems * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * Chemistry * Food for Life * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * Large Animal Health & Nutrition RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) * Professional Cooking I & II *AP Chemistry *Leadership & Group Dynamics Plant Systems * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Chemistry * Biotechnology * Chemistry * Environmental Science * Golf Course & Landscape Design * Horticulture & Greenhouse Management * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Large Animal Health & Nutrition * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Natural Resources & Conservation Animal Systems * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * Food for Life * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Large Animal Health & Nutrition * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Small Animal Care & Horses * Veterinary Science *Biotechnology Power Structural & Technical Systems * Advanced Welding / Materials & Manufacturing * Architectural Drafting * Electronics

6 * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * IT Essentials - PC Hardware & Software * Small Engines * Welding *Architectural Applications *Materials & Manufacturing Natural Resources Systems * Advanced Biology * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Large Animal & Crop Science * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Natural Resources / Conservation * WI Fish and Aquaculture *AP Biology *AP Chemistry *Chemistry *Environmental Science *Geology Environmental Service Systems * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Chemistry * Chemistry * Environmental Science * Geology * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Large Animal Health & Nutrition * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Natural Resources / Conservation * WI Fish & Aquaculture * WI Wildlife Management Agribusiness Systems * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Financial Literacy & Investing * Greenhouse & Plant Science * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Leadership & Group Dynamics Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * Conservation Club * FFA

7 Pathways In This Cluster Design / Pre-Construction Construction Maintenance / Operations Careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Construction Laborer * Highway Maintenance * Tile Setter * Construction Assistant * Heavy Equipment Operator * Fence Builder * Grading Machine Operator * Groundskeeper * Roofer EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE * HVAC Technician * Drywall Installer * Plumber * Electrician * Architectural Drafter * Civil Engineering Technician * Electrical Engineering Technician * Pipefitter *Carpenter *Cement Mason *Bricklayer EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Architect * Civil Engineer * Grounds Supervisor * Interior Design * C.A.D. Designer * Building Contractor * Landscape Architect * Electrical Engineer * Cost Estimator RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Design / Pre-Construction * Advanced Science * AP Calculus * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Construction Finishing & Craftsmanship * Construction Materials * Golf Course & Landscape Design * Intro to Construction & Engineering *Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * Materials & Manufacturing * Natural Resources / Conservation Construction * Advanced Welding / Materials & Manufacturing * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Construction Finishing & Craftsmanship * Construction Materials *Golf Course & Landscape Design * Horticulture & Greenhouse Management * Intro to Construction & Engineering * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * Materials & Manufacturing * Welding Maintenance Operations * Advanced Science * Advanced Welding /Materials & Manufacturing * Architectural Drafting * Business & Marketing Concepts * Construction Finish & * Construction Materials * Electronics * Golf Course & Landscape Design * Horticulture & Greenhouse Management * Intro to Construction & Engineering * Intro to *Engineering Fundamentals * Materials & Manufacturing * Welding *Accounting I *Architectural Applications Craftsmanship Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * Certified Co-op * Employability Skills * FBLA * FFA * Skills USA

8 Pathways In This Cluster Audio Visual Technology and Film Printing Technology Telecommunications Performing Arts Journalism and Broadcasting Visual Arts Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Floral Designer * Food Stylist *Pre-Press * Sign Designer / Painter * Photographer * Musician EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Animator * Sign Painter * Potter * Broadcast Technician * Recording Technician * Taxidermist * Graphic Designer * Public Relations * Printing Press Operator * Music Repair Technician * Craft Artist *Caption Writer EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Interior Designer *Art/Music Therapist *Graphic Designer *Copy Editor *Jeweler * Illustrator * Artist * Videographer *Recording Engineer * Animator * Cinematographer * Architect * Musician * Journalist * AV Designer * Art / Music Teacher * Photographer * Composer RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Audio Visual Technology and Film * Advanced Communication * Digital Video Production * Electronics * Intro to Digital / Visual &Communications I & II * Website Design & Development *College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills *Desktop Publishing & Graphic Arts Printing Technology * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Desktop Publishing & Graphic Arts * Digital / Visual Communications II * Intro to Digital / Visual Communications * Website Design & Development Telecommunicatios * Advanced Communication * Digital Video Production * Electronics * Intro to Digital/ Visual Communications I & II * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software *College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills *Desktop Publishing & Graphic Arts Performing Arts * Chamber Singers * Chorale * College Writing * Color Guard * Winds 9-12 * Creative Writing * Digital Video Production * Intro to Digital / Visual Communications I & II * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Marching Band * Treble Ensemble / YTBN

9 Journalism & Broadcasting * AP English * College Writing * Creative Writing * Digital Video Production * Intro to Digital / Visual Communications I & II *College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills *Desktop Publishing / Graphic Arts Visual Arts 2-D Options * 2D Art * 2D Portfolio Development * AP Studio Art: Drawing & 2D Design 3-D Options * Object Design * Advanced Object Design * Pottery & Sculpture * Advanced Pottery & Sculpture * 3D Portfolio Development *AP Studio Art: 3D Design * Architectural Drafting *Architectural Applications * Desktop Publishing Arts * Digital / Visual Communications I * Intro to Digital / Visual Communications * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * Multimedia / Digital Video Production Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA * Drama Club * Skills USA * Art Club * YTBN * Show Choir * Marching Band

10 Pathways In This Cluster Marketing & Communications Management Financial Management & Accounting Administrative & Information Support Human Resources Business Analysis Business Management and Administration careers encompass planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Business Management and Administration career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Bank Teller *Billing, Cost & Rate Clerk *Sales Clerk *Receptionist *Caterer *File Clerk Human Resource Clerk * Hotel Clerk *Hospital Admitting *Data Entry Clerk *Receptionist *Mail Clerk EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Accountant *Tax Preparer *Small Business Owner *Court Reporter *Administrative Assistant *Stenographer Operator *Funeral Director *Retail Sales Supervisor * Industrial Clerk *Management Trainee EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Accountant-CPA *Health Care Administrator *Marketing Manager *Event Planner *E-Commerce Analyst *Facilities Manager *Musician s Agent *Consultant *Human Resource Manager *Sales Representative *Advertising Manager *Auditor RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) General Management * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced English * Advanced Science * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Financial Literacy & Investing * Leadership & Group Dynamics * World Languages Business Information Management * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced English * Advanced Science * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Electronics * Financial Literacy & Investing * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software Administrative Support * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Desktop Publishing / Graphic Arts * Financial Literacy & Investing * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Multimedia / Digital Video Production * Website Design & Development

11 Human Resource Management * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * AP Psychology * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Desktop Publishing / Graphic Arts * Financial Literacy & Investing * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Multimedia / Digital Video Production * Psychology * Sociology * Website Design & Development * World Languages Operations Management * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * AP Statistics * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Website Design & Development Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA * FFA * French Club * German Club

12 Pathways In This Cluster Administration & Administrative Support Professional Support Services Teaching / Training Business Analysis Planning, managing and providing education and training services, and related learning support services. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Aerobic Instructor *Dance Teacher *Self Enrichment Teacher *Child Care Assistant *Library Assistant *Teacher Assistant EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Library Technician *Teacher Assistant *Pre-School Teacher *Sign Language Instructor EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Music Therapist * School Psychologist * School Counselor * Bilingual Educator * Secondary School Educator * Educational Administrator * University Professor * Librarian * Training Program Manager * Instructional Coordinator * Music Teacher * Speech-Language * Career & Technical Education * Elementary School Teacher * Special Education Pathologist RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) General Administration & Administrative Support * Advanced English * Advanced Science * AP Psychology * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Psychology * Sociology * World Languages * Leadership & Group Dynamics Professional Support Services * Advanced English * Advanced Science * AP Psychology * Consumer Economics * IT Essentials PC Hardware and Software * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Psychology * Sociology * World Languages Teaching / Training * Advanced English * Advanced Science * Advanced Social Studies * Child Development * Courses Related to Area of Interest * Leadership & Group Dynamics * World Languages Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * Any co-curricular activity would be beneficial

13 Pathways In This Cluster Security & Investments Business Finance Accounting Insurance Banking Services Business Analysis Planning, services for financial and investment planning, banking, insurance, and business financial management. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Bill & Account Collector *Brokerage Clerk *Cashier EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE * Accountant * Financial Institution Manager * Loan Officer * Brokerage Owner * Insurance Agent * Personal Property Appraiser * Claims Adjuster * Investigator & Adjustor EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Accountant, CPA * Credit Analyst * Manager * Economist * Auditor * Financial Advisor * Brokerage Clerk * Investment Advisor * Insurance Underwriter * Actuary * Stockbroker * Controller * Real Estate Appraiser * Business & Industry Consultant * Credit Card Operation Manager * School District Business Administrator RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) For All Pathways in this Cluster, the Following Courses are recommended * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * AP Calculus * AP Statistics * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Consumer Economics * Financial Literacy & Investing * Psychology * World Languages Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA

14 Pathways In This Cluster Governance National Security Foreign Service Planning Revenue & Taxation Regulation Public Management & Administration Executing governmental functions to include Governance; National Security; Foreign Service; Planning; Revenue and Taxation; Regulation; and Management and Administration at the local, state, and federal levels. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Mail Carrier * Drivers License Examiner * License Clerk * Postal Clerk *Postmaster *Infantry Forces * Mail Handling Machine Operator EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE * Coroner * Title Examiner * City Planning Aide * Special Forces * Accountant * Transportation Inspector * Building Inspector * Postmaster EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Accountant * Equal Opportunity Specialist * Infantry Officer * Urban Planner * Special Operations Officer * Public Utilities Manager * Lawyer * Dean of Students * City Manager * Aviation Security Specialist * Political Scientist * Legislator * Emergency Management Specialist * Occupational Health & Safety Specialist RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) For All Pathways in this Cluster, the Following Courses are recommended * AP Psychology * AP US History * AP World History * Consumer Economics * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Political Science * Psychology * Sociology * World Languages For the Revenue & Taxation Regulation Pathway and the Public Management & Administration Pathway the Following Courses are also recommended * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * AP Calculus * AP Statistics * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Financial Literacy & Investing Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA

15 Pathways In This Cluster Therapeutic Services Diagnostic Services Health Informatics Support Services Biotechnology Research & Development Planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Certified Nursing Assistant *Food Service Worker *Hospital Admitting *Clerk *Home Health Aide EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *EMT / Paramedic *Radiology Technician *Dental Hygienist *Registered Nurse *Home Health Aide *Medical Assistant *Dental Assistant * Surgical Technician *Dialysis Technician *Translator and Interpreter * Massage Therapist *Ultrasound Technician *Physical Therapy Aide *Occupational Therapy Assistant EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Athletic Trainer *Occupational Therapist *Psychiatrist *Podiatrist *Chiropractor *Music Therapist *Surgeon *Oral Surgeon *Dentist *Pharmacist *Geneticist *Registered Nurse *Nurse Practitioner *Dietician *Anesthesiologist *Biochemist *Primary Care Tech. *Speech Pathologist *Veterinarian *Research Scientist RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Therapeutic Services * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP Psychology * AP Statistics * Body by Design * Chemistry * CNA / Youth Options * Food for Life * Health Occupations * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Large Animal Health & Nutrition * Lifetime Fitness * Psychology * Small Animal & Horse Care * Veterinary Science * World Languages Diagnostic Services * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Chemistry * AP Psychology * Chemistry * CNA / Youth Options * Food for Life * Health Occupations * Lifetime Fitness * Psychology * Veterinary Science * World Languages Health Information * Advanced Biology * Business & Marketing Apps * Health Occupations * Horticulture & Greenhouse Management * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Psychology * World Languages Support Services * Advanced Biology * Health Occupations * Psychology * Small Animal & Horse Care * Sociology * World Languages Biotechnology Research & Development * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * Biotechnology * Chemistry * Health Occupations * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Large Animal Health & Nutrition * Small Animal & Horse Care * Veterinary Science * World Languages Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities *FBLA *FFA *Skills USA

16 Pathways In This Cluster Restaurant and Food/Beverage Services Recreation, Amusements & Attractions Lodging Travel & Tourism Hospitality & Tourism encompasses the management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other foodservices, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel related services. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Janitor *Hotel Clerk *Fast Food Employee *Waiter/Waitress *Bartender *House Keeper *Outdoor Guide *Bellhop *Short Order Cook *Tour Guide * Food Attendant *Restaurant Host/Hostess *Gaming Booth Cashier *Furniture Refinisher EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Chef *Event Planner *Hotel Manager *Conference Planner *Restaurant Manager *Travel Agent *Wedding Planner *Club Manager *Translator * Recreation Manager *Caterer *Food Service Manager EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Archivist *Historian *Resort Manager *Curator *Musician s Agent *Brew master *Theatre Manager *Park Ranger *Translator *Zookeeper RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Restaurant and Food/Beverage Services * Advanced 2D Art * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Object Design * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Food for Life * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Intro to Digital Visual Communication I & II * Object Design * Professional Cooking I & II * Website Design & Development Recreation, Amusements & Attractions * Advanced 2D Art * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Object Design * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Food for Life * Golf Course & Landscape Design * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Intro to Construction & Engineering * Intro to Digital Visual Communication I & II * Object Design * Professional Cooking I & II * Website Design & Development * WI Fish & Aquaculture * Wisconsin Wildlife Management *2D Art Lodging * Advanced 2D Art * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Object Design * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Food for Life * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Intro to Construction & Engineering * Intro to Digital Visual Communication I & II * Object Design * Website Design & Development Travel & Tourism * Advanced 2D Art * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Object Design * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Food for Life * Golf Course & Landscape Design * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Intro to Construction & Engineering * Intro to Digital Visual Communication I & II * Object Design * Website Design & Development Travel & Tour Cont. * Wisconsin Wildlife Management * 2D Art Work Based Learning Experiences Co-curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA * FFA * Skills USA

17 Pathways In This Cluster Early Childhood Development & Services Counseling & Mental Health Services Family & Community Services Personal Care Services Consumer Services Preparing individuals for employment in career pathways that relate to families and human needs. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Housekeeper *Homemaker *Household Cook *Tattoo Artist *Home Care Worker *Aerobic Instructor *Crossing Guard *Nanny EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Community Worker *Cosmetologist *Massage Therapist *Nail Technician *Funeral Director *Child Care Assistant *Esthetician EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Social Worker *AODA Counselor *Career Counselor *School Counselor *Dietician/Nutrition *Music Therapist *Gerontologist *Financial Counselor *Vocational Rehab Counselor *Religious Worker * Psychologist *Clergy RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Early Childhood & Development Services * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Psychology * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Child Development * Childcare * Psychology * Sociology Counseling & Mental Health Services Services * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Chemistry * AP Psychology * Chemistry * Child Development * Childcare * Psychology * Sociology * World Languages Family & Community Services * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Chemistry * AP Psychology * Art Electives * Chemistry * Childcare * Health Occupations * History of World Religions * Music Electives * Psychology * Sociology * World Languages Personal Care Services * Advanced Biology * AP Biology * AP Chemistry * AP Psychology * Art Electives * Chemistry * Health Occupations * History of World Religions * Physical Education Electives * Psychology * Sociology * World Languages Consumer Services * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Business and Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Consumer Economics * Desktop Publishing & Graphic Design * Financial Literacy & Investing * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Website Design and Development Work-Based Learning * Certified Co-op * Employability Skills * Volunteer Experience Co-Curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * Art Club * FBLA * GSA * Mock Trial * World Languages Club

18 Pathways In This Cluster Network Systems Information Support & Services Interactive Media Programming & Software Development Building Linkages in IT Occupations Framework: For Entry Level, Technical, and Professional Careers Related to the Design, Development, Support and Management of Hardware, Software, Multimedia, and Systems Integration Services. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE Tech EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Webmaster Support Specialist System Analyst *Recording Engineer *Sound Manager *Tool Programmer EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Animator *Video Game Designer Security Specialist *Scientific and Engineering Programmer Engineer *Database Administrator *Software Engineer *Illustrator Programmer *Information Scientist *Webmaster Network Coordinator RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Network Systems * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP Physics * AP Statistics * Chemistry * Electronics * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Physics Information Support Services * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP English * AP Physics * AP Statistics * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * Chemistry * College Writing * Desktop Publishing/Graphic Arts * Electronics * Financial Literacy & Investing * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Physics Interactive Media * Advanced Communication * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Art Electives * Desktop Publishing/Graphic Arts * Digital Video Production * Digital/Visual Communication I & II * IT Essential PC Hardware & Software * Website Design & Development * Yearbook Programming & Software Development * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP Physics * AP Statistics * Chemistry * Electronics * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Physics Work-Based Learning * Business Work Based Learning * Volunteer Experience Co-Curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA * Art Club

19 Pathways In This Cluster Correction Services Emergency & Fire Management Services Security & Protective Services Law Enforcement Services Legal Services Planning, managing, and providing legal, public safety, protective services and homeland security, including professional and technical support services. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Life Guard *Security Guard *Dispatcher *Gunsmith *Bouncer *Locksmith *Bailiff *Parking Enforcement Officer * Cross Guard *Correctional Officer EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Building Inspector *Conservation Officer *Court Reporter *EMT *Legal Secretary *Park Warden *Police Officer *Private Investigator *Firefighter *Paralegal *Fire Inspector *Bailiff EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Civil Litigator *Coroner *Criminologist *FBI Agent *Federal Agent *Forensic Scientist *Judge *Lawyer *Sociologist *Probation / Parole Officer *Translator *Mediator RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Network Systems Correction Services * AP Physics * Electronics * IT Essentials PC Hardware and Software * Physics Emergency & Fire Management Services * Chemistry * Natural Resources / Conservation * Psychology Security & Protective Services * AP Physics * Electronics * IT Essentials PC Hardware and Software * Physics * Psychology * World Languages Law Enforcement Services * Psychology * World Languages *Advanced Math Legal Services * Advanced English * Consumer Economics * Psychology * Business Law Work Based Learning Experiences

20 Pathways In This Cluster Production Manufacturing Production Process Development Maintenance, Installation & Repair Quality Assurance Logistics & Inventory Control Health, Safety & Environmental Assurance Planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing/process engineering. RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Assemblers *Upholsterer *Cable Installer *Painter *Machine Operator *Welder *Engraver *Production Assembler *Foundry Worker EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Millwright *Manufacturing Technician *Electrician *Pipefitter *Welder *HVAC Technician *Plumber *Quality Controller *Tool and Die Maker *Engineering Tech *Quality Control Tech *Machinist *Industrial Machinery Mechanic EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Design Engineer *Labor Relations Manager *Logistician *Quality Control Engineer *Operations Manager *Industrial Engineer *Health & Safety Engineer *Electrical Engineer *Environmental Engineer *Engineering Manager *Mechanical Engineer *Occupational *Health and Safety Inspector Programmer * Information Scientist *Scientific and Engineering Programmer Production * Advanced Welding/Materials & Manufacturing * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP Physics * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Art Electives * Auto & Home Maintenance * Chemistry * Construction Materials * Electronics * Intro. To Construction & Engineering * Intro. To Engineering Fundamentals * Materials & Manufacturing * Physics * Small Engines Logistics & Inventory Control * Advanced English * Advanced Science * Construction Materials * Intro. To Construction & Engineering * Intro. To Engineering Fundamentals * Materials & Manufacturing * World Languages Manufacturing Production Process Development * Advanced Welding/Materials & Manufacturing * AP Physics * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Auto & Home Maintenance * Business & Marketing Concepts * Construction Finish & Craftsmanship

21 * Construction Materials * Electronics * Intro. To Construction & Engineering * Intro. To Engineering Fundamentals * Materials & Manufacturing * Physics * Psychology * Small Engines * Welding Maintenance, Installation & Repair * Advanced Welding/Materials & Manufacturing * AP Physics * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Auto & Home Maintenance * Construction Finish & Craftsmanship * Construction Materials * Electronics * Intro. To Construction & Engineering * Intro. To Engineering * Materials & Manufacturing * Physics * Small Engines * Welding Quality Assurance * Advanced Welding/Materials & Manufacturing * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP Physics * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Auto & Home Maintenance * Chemistry * Construction Materials * Electronics * Intro. To Construction & Engineering * Intro. To Engineering Fundamentals * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Materials & Manufacturing * Physics * Small Engines Health, Safety & Environmental Management * Advanced Biology * Advanced Science * AP Biology * Chemistry * Chemistry * Environmental Science * Health Occupations * Intro to Construction and Engineering * Intro to Engineering Fundamentals * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Natural Resources / Conservation * Wisconsin Fish & Aquaculture * Wisconsin Wildlife Management Work-Based Learning Experiences Co-Curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA * FFA

22 Pathways In This Cluster Marketing Management Professional Sales Merchandising Marketing Communications Marketing Research Planning, managing, and performing marketing activities to reach organizational objectives. EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *Retail Salesperson *Travel Agent *Vendor *Telemarketer *Fashion Retailer *Auto Salesperson *Cashier *Customer Service Representative EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Account Representative *Importer/Exporter *Real Estate Agent *Agent *Media Buyer *Web Technician *Desktop Publisher *Mortgage Broker *Web Master *Advertising EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Appraiser *Association Manager *Sales Representative *Marketing Specialist *Sports Marketing *Market Researcher *Advertising Copyrighter *Website Designer *Research Analyst *Public Relations *Real Estate Broker *Advertising Account Executive RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) Marketing Management * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Science * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * College Writing * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Psychology * Sociology * World Languages Professional Sales & Marketing * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Science * Art Electives * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * College Writing * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Psychology * Sociology * Website Design & Development * Yearbook Merchandising * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Science * Art Electives * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * College Writing * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Psychology * Sociology * Website Design & Development * Yearbook Marketing Communications * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Science * Art Electives * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * College Writing * Desktop Publishing & Graphic Design * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Psychology * Sociology * Website Design & Development * Yearbook Marketing Research * College & Business Readiness w/web 2.0 & Online Skills & Computer Skills * Advanced Science * AP Calculus * AP Statistics * Art Electives * Business & Marketing Concepts * Business Law * College Writing * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Psychology * Sociology Work-Based Learning * Business Work- Based Learning * Volunteer Experience Co-Curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA * FFA

23 Pathways In This Cluster Engineering & Technology Science & Math Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (e.g., physical science, social science, engineering) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services. Engineering Technology * Advanced Welding/Materials & Manufacturing * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP Physics * AP Statistics * Architectural Applications * Architectural Drafting * Auto & Home Maintenance * Chemistry * Construction Materials * Electronics * Environmental Science * Intro to Animal & Plant Care EARNING ONLY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND/OR MINIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE *General Repair EARNING AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR POST-HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATION COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP AND/OR EXPERIENCE *Biological Technician *Civil Engineering Technician *Mechanical Engineering Technician *Nuclear Technician *Mathematical Technician *Veterinary Technician *Petroleum Technician *Industrial Engineering Technician *Chemical Technician EARNING A BACHELOR, PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE DEGREE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOLING *Biomedical Engineer *Physicist *Statistician *Civil Engineer *Mathematician *Geologist *Math or Science Teacher *Aerospace Engineer Engineer *Electrical Engineer *Industrial Engineer *Solar Engineer *Anthropologist *Archeologist *Astronomer *Nuclear Engineer *Mechanical Engineer RECOMMENDED COURSES BY PATHWAY (IN ADDITION TO COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION) * Intro. To Construction & Engineering * Intro. To Engineering Fundamentals * IT Essentials PC Hardware and Software * Large Animal Health & Nutrition * Materials & Manufacturing * Natural Resources / Conservation * Physics * Small Engines * Vet Science * Welding * Wisconsin Fish & Aquaculture * Wisconsin Wildlife Management * World Languages Science & Math * Advanced Biology * Advanced Welding/Materials & Manufacturing * AP Biology * AP Calculus * AP Chemistry * AP Physics * AP Statistics * Architectural Drafting * Auto & Home Maintenance * Chemistry * Construction Materials * Electronics * Environmental Science * Intro to Animal & Plant Care * Intro. To Construction & Engineering * Intro. To Engineering Fundamentals * IT Essentials PC Hardware & Software * Large Animal Health & Nutrition * Leadership & Group Dynamics * Materials & Manufacturing * Natural Resources / Conservation * Physics * Psychology * Small Animal & Horse Care * Small Engines * Vet Science * Welding * Wisconsin Fish & Aquaculture * Wisconsin Wildlife Management * World Languages Work-Based Learning Experiences Co-Curricular, Student Organizations & Activities * FBLA * FFA * Skills USA

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