Godley High School Class of 2019 Course Selection Guide

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1 Godley High School Class of 09 Course Selection Guide 0-06 Plan for the future because that s where you are going to spend the rest of your life. ~Mark Twain~

2 TO THE STUDENTS Students: This Course Catalog is provided to help you select the courses you will take in the 0-06 school year. Students entering Grade 9 during the 0-0 school year and thereafter are required to earn an endorsement as part of the Foundation Graduation Diploma program. An endorsement allows a student to focus his/her studies to include a sequence of courses/credits with selected advanced level courses aligned to his/her career and college interests. Although many of your courses will be determined by the graduation requirements, you will still have many other choices to make during your years of school. The courses you select should be guided largely by your plans for the future. Will you continue your education in college or in a technical college? Do you want to join the military? Do you want to learn a career skill in order to enter the full-time work force immediately after school? Are you thinking of entering a profession that requires many years of specialized education? The answers to these questions are extremely important for making decisions about your course selections for high school. Those answers should also be guided by your interests and abilities. You should also look ahead at the classes that are necessary to meet graduation requirements. Many of those classes have prerequisite courses that you must take in your freshman, sophomore or junior year. If you get to your senior year without taking the prerequisites, you will not be able to take the higher level courses and possibly not have the credits you will need to graduate. So plan ahead! TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS Parents: You have an important role in helping your student make decisions regarding high school course selections. You are urged to familiarize yourself with this Course Catalog so that you can help make important decisions. If you have any questions, please contact teachers, counselors or administrators at the school who will be available to discuss specific concerns with you. Please note the Texas Education Agency (TEA) may provide updates to rules and regulations regarding course requirements of state-approved As future rule changes may impact the content in this catalog, course requirements and/or recommendations are subject to change. Please seek guidance from your counselor should you have any questions regarding the most current course requirements. The information presented in this guide is specific to your graduation year and you should refer to it over the next four years. It is important to keep this material for future reference. Course descriptions and their required prerequisites can be found on the Godley High School Counseling page under Class of 09.

3 Honors Courses These classes are not deemed as Pre-AP or AP courses because the courses are not tested by the College Board. However, the curriculum is rigorous and requires a lot of student initiative, motivation, and responsibility due to the challenging environment and an increase in coursework to be completed outside the classroom. These courses will receive weighted credit. Students who choose to enroll in one or more of these courses must complete a STUDENT AGREEMENT, including a parent/guardian signature. Advanced Placement (AP) Courses GHS offers open enrollment in all AP courses to students in their junior and senior year. Currently, all AP courses are only available through TxVSN. These courses are extremely rigorous as they are college-level courses which follow a college curriculum approved by the College Board. Students taking these courses are encouraged to take the AP exams offered in the spring. Students scoring a,, or on an AP exam may be awarded college credit. Students should research colleges/universities regarding their specific policy for awarding credit for AP scores. When making the decision to take AP courses, consider the demands of academic and extracurricular involvement. AP courses are exceptionally demanding on students time outside of the regular school day. Enrolling in one AP course is the equivalent of signing up for - college hours. These courses will receive weighted credit. Students who choose to enroll in an AP course must complete a STUDENT AGREEMENT, including a parent/guardian signature. Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) The Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) is a cooperative network of school districts, schools, and education service centers that provide online distance learning courses to each other. Godley High School students have the opportunity to enroll in select courses provided through TxVSN. Students must be highly selfdisciplined to enroll in an online course. Students who choose to enroll in TxVSN course must complete a STUDENT AGREEMENT, including a parent/guardian signature. There is no cost to the students for these approved high school Dual Credit Courses Dual Credit classes are available to academically talented students as a provision awarding them credit toward high school graduation for completing selected college Godley High School has partnered with Hill College and The University of Texas of the Permian Basin to offer select courses to our students, beginning with College Algebra the second semester of their sophomore year. Special registration for dual credit classes is required at both the high school and the college/university. Students must meet all admission requirements of the higher education institution. GHS counselors will provide details about enrollment. In order to receive credit toward high school graduation for course work completed in any of the college courses, a grade of seventy or higher must be achieved. Students who choose to enroll in dual credit course(s) must complete a STUDENT AGREEMENT, including a parent/guardian signature.

4 Endorsement Area: Arts & Humanities : Fine Arts ( x ) 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ Honors 6 BIM I Level I in one of the following: Art Theater Level II Level III Choir in the selected in the selected Dance Fine Art Fine Art Band Jazz Band Band Ensemble s Level IV in the selected Fine Art s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

5 Endorsement Area: Arts and Humanities : Fine Arts (x) 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 BIM I s Level I in one of the following: Art Theater Choir Dance Band Jazz Band Band Ensemble Level II in the selected area Level I in one of the following: Art Theater Choir Dance Band Jazz Band Band Ensemble Level II in second selected area s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

6 Endorsement Area: Arts & Humanities : Foreign Language ( Language) 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ BIM 6 Band/Fine Arts Health/Speech s Level In one of the following: Spanish I French I ῼ Latin I ῼ Level II in the selected Foreign Language Honors Spanish II French II ῼ Latin II ῼ Level III in the selected Foreign Language Spanish III French III ῼ Latin III ῼ Level IV in the selected Foreign Language Spanish IV AP Spanish IV ῼ AP French IV ῼ AP Latin IV ῼ s sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

7 Endorsement Area: Arts & Humanities : Foreign Language ( x ) 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I Health/Speech s Level I in one of the following: Spanish French ῼ Latin ῼ German ῼ Sign Language ῼ Level II in selected Foreign Language Spanish French ῼ Latin ῼ German ῼ Sign Language ῼ Level I in one of the following: Spanish French ῼ Latin ῼ German ῼ Sign Language ῼ Level II in selected Foreign Language Spanish French ῼ Latin ῼ German ῼ Sign Language ῼ s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

8 Endorsement Area: Arts & Humanities : 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I Psychology / Sociology s s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

9 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Agribusiness 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Principles of Agriculture Professional Standards in Agribusiness & Agribusiness Management Marketing Ag Applications in Ag (can also count as credit) s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

10 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Animal Systems 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Principles of Agriculture Livestock Production & Small Animal Management Wildlife Fisheries & Equine Vet Medical Applications s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

11 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Audio Video Production 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts Advanced Audio Video Production ( periods) s Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications Digital Media Audio Video Production Advanced Audio Video Production ( periods) s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

12 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Business Information Management (BIM) 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts s Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Digital Media BIM I BIM II s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

13 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Commercial Photography 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts s Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications Digital Media Commercial Photography Advanced Commercial Photography s sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

14 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Debate (Requires an Application & Instructor Approval) 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Honors Debate I Honors Debate II Honors Debate I Honors Debate III Honors Debate II Independent Study in Speech (Debate IV) Honors Debate III s This Endorsement requires an Application and Instructor Approval Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

15 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Finance 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts s Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance BIM I Money Matters Banking & Finance s sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

16 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Journalism - Yearbook(Requires Application & Instructor Approval) 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ ` Band/Fine Arts s BIM I Yearbook I Yearbook II Yearbook III s This Endorsement requires an Application and Instructor Approval Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

17 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Plant Systems 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Principles of Agriculture Horticulture Floral Design (can also count as fine art credit) Advanced Plant & Soil (can also count as credit) s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

18 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Power, Structural & Technical Systems 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Principles of Agriculture Ag Mechanics & Metals Choose One: Ag Design & Fabrication Hill College Welding Hill College Automotive Choose One: Welding Hill College Welding Hill College Automotive s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

19 Endorsement Area: Business & Industry : Video Game Design 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts s Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications Digital Media Graphic Design Video Game Design Δ s Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

20 Endorsement Area: Multidisciplinary : Multidisciplinary 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Course from any endorsement pathway Course from any endorsement pathway Course from any endorsement pathway Course from any endorsement pathway s Must include Chemistry or Physics sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

21 Endorsement Area: Public Services : Cosmetology 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I Health/Speech Foreign Language I Foreign Language II s Principles of Human Services Choose one: Lifetime Nutrition/Wellness Child Development Hill College Cosmetology Hill College Cosmetology s sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

22 Endorsement Area: Public Services : Human Services 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I Health/Speech Foreign Language I Foreign Language II s Principles of Human Services Lifetime Nutrition/Wellness Child Guidance Child Development s sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

23 Endorsement Area: STEM Title: 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Choose at least one: AP ῼ Required Courses Must Include: Classes for which I is a prerequisite for of them ( th Class may be taken Junior or Senior year) Chemistry & Physics sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

24 Endorsement Area: STEM : 9 th Grade 0 th Grade th Grade th Grade I Honors I Honors I Models Δ AP ῼ AP Environmental Δ ῼ 6 Band/Fine Arts BIM I s Choose one of the following: Astronomy Δῼ s Must Include: Classes including Chemistry & Physics ( th class may be taken Junior or Senior year) I sure to monitor the requirements of your desired university to ensure you are taking the appropriate high school Most Colleges/Universities require I, Chemistry and Physics

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