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1 michigan city high school 8466 W. Pahs Road * Michigan City, IN * (219) Career Pathway Guide & Course Descriptions for the School Year College & Career READY! REVISED EducateMC.net/mchs

2 Contents MCHS Vision & Mission... 3 College & Career Readiness... 4 Academic & Career Planning... 5 Honors & AP Courses... 6 Dual Credit Courses... 8 Graduation Requirements Quantitative Reasoning Courses...14 Getting Money for College Career Education Model Career Clusters Agriculture Cluster Architecture Cluster Business & Marketing Cluster.. 19 Education & Training Cluster Health Science Cluster Hospitality & Human Services Cluster Manufacturing Cluster Public Safety Cluster Transportation Cluster Employer Expectations Course Descriptions Business Technology Career & Technical Engineering & Technology English & Language Arts Family & Consumer Science Health & Physical Education Interdisciplinary Marine Corps Junior R.O.T.C Mathematics Music Science Social Studies Special Education Visual Art World Languages Schedule Change Policy Contact Information These symbols will help you find the courses you want! W Prerequisite(s) required Counts toward Academic Honors Diploma Counts toward Technical Honors Diploma Dual Credit Available (see pages 8-10 for more info) Fulfills Quantitative Reasoning Course Requirement Weighted Grade Applies (Beginning with Class of 2018) AHD = Core 40 Diploma with Academic Honors THD = with Technical Honors The Michigan City Area Schools has a policy of providing equal opportunity. All courses/activities are open to all students regardless of race, color, sex, handicapping conditions, or national origin including limited English proficiency. Educational services, programs, instruction, and facilities will not be denied to anyone in the Michigan City Area Schools as the result of his or her race, color, sex, handicapping conditions, or national origin including limited English proficiency. For further information, clarification, or complaint, please contact the MCAS School Administration, 408 S. Carroll Avenue, Michigan City, Indiana at (219) for Title IX (gender equity related issues); or Dr. Mike Livovich, 408 S. Carroll Avenue, Michigan City, Indiana at (219) for Section 504 (non-discrimination/disability issues and Americans With Disabilities). Any other information concerning the above policies may be obtained by contacting the office of the Superintendent, Dr. Barbara Eason-Watkins, 408 S. Carroll Ave, Michigan City, Indiana at (219)

3 MICHIGAN CITY HIGH SCHOOL Vision & Mission Vision Excellence for Everyone Mission Michigan City High School, a diverse learning community committed to excellence, will ensure our graduates are responsible and productive participants in an evolving global society by focusing on: Rigorous and engaged learning, A curricular foundation preparing students to be college and career ready, A safe and supportive environment, A highly effective staff, and Community, business, and family participation and ownership. 3

4 College and Career Readiness Michigan City High School has a focus on College and Career Readiness and YOUR success! College and Career Readiness includes expanding the goal of college ready to include career goals. We encourage students at MCHS to work with their parents/guardians to choose a pathway that aligns with their personal interests and talents. Our hope is that parents will work together with our educational team to prepare their student for a path beyond high school that will include workplace readiness skills, career skills and college credits. College and Career Readiness engages secondary educators and business and industry to develop common goals that seek to align our pathways with the needs of our community. Partnerships with business and industry ensure career readiness knowledge, skills and dispositions which are fully integrated into the curriculum and instruction at MCHS, and help students chart a course for career success beyond high school. Our active community partnerships ensure that all stakeholders; secondary, post-secondary and business and industry help to develop shared goals for our students and their families. These partnerships provide the opportunity for all to share their expertise and provide engaging opportunities for students and educators to experience hands-on, work-based learning, as well as the opportunity to earn college credits while also enrolled in high school course work. By providing expanded programming at Michigan City High School through the Freshman Academy, Early College, Honors College, Career and Technical Education Programs, and the many dual credit opportunities, our students are prepared for life after high school and to meet the demands of business and industry. 4

5 Academic and Career Planning Grade 9 All students will take a Preparing for College and Careers course to help them identify possible career interests along with career pathways. Students will take the PSAT 8/9 to determine academic strengths and weaknesses. Students will meet with counselors to discuss various careers and the classes needed for their career choice. The meeting will also focus on graduation requirements of various diploma tracks, updating the student's Educational Development Plan and suggestions for next year s class schedule. Grade 10 Students will take the ISTEP+ Grade 10. Students who do not pass will have opportunities to re-test during their junior and senior year. Sophomores take the PSAT to gain experience in taking college entrance type tests. Sophomores will meet with a counselor to discuss their four-year Educational Development Plan, their progress towards graduation, and their class schedule for junior year. Grade 12 All seniors will meet with their counselor at the beginning of the year for a final credit check. At this time, transcripts are reviewed and senior schedules are checked to make sure the student will have the correct credits for graduation. Students maintain close contact with their counselors as they complete their academic requirements for their high school diploma and send out college applications. 5 Grade 11 All students will meet with a counselor to discuss their fouryear Educational Development Plan, their progress towards graduation, and their class schedule for senior year. Students may take the PSAT. The test gives juniors valuable feedback about academic skills and helps prepare college-bound students for the ACT and SAT college admission tests. Students also compete for national scholarships and are placed on college mailing lists. Students may take career inventories. These are geared toward junior and senior classes in preparation for their career searches and future educational plans. College-bound students should take the SAT or ACT tests for college admission, in the spring of junior year. Attention, Juniors! Planning on participating in athletics in college? You must be certified by the NCAA. For details, go to:

6 Honors and Advanced Placement The Michigan City Area Schools are committed to providing additional resources to students who demonstrate academic excellence and wish to take rigorous coursework in preparation for post-secondary education opportunities. Challenging coursework is offered through Academic Honors Courses, Advanced Placement Courses, and Dual Credit Courses for High School and College. Grade 9 Geometry AH Biology I AH English 9 AH Geography & History of the World AH Grade 11 English 11 AH AP English Language and Composition Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry AP Statistics Finite Math AP Biology Anatomy and Physiology Biology II Chemistry II Physics US History - AH AP US History AP European History AP World History AP Psychology AP Music Theory Weighted Grades ACADEMIC HONORS COURSES Beginning with the Class of 2018, MCHS will "weigh" the grades of all honors, dual credit, and advanced placement classes. This is in response to the additional rigor, challenges, and demands associated with taking courses beyond high school level. (Weighted courses are flagged with a W in course guide listings.) Grade Percent Points Honors AP/Dual Credit A B C D F Grade 10 English 10 AH Algebra 2 AH Chemistry I AH World History & Civilization AH AP World History Grade 12 Contemporary Lit./Advanced Comp. AH AP English Literature & Composition AP Biology Anatomy and Physiology AP Environmental Science Biology II Chemistry II Physics AP U.S. Government AP Microeconomics AP European History AP World History AP Psychology AP Statistics AP Calculus Finite Math Pre-Calculus/Trig Look for the symbol to find the courses in this book that count toward an Academic Honors Diploma (AHD). Look for the symbol to find Dual Credit courses. Look for the W symbol to find Weighted courses. 6

7 Honors and Advanced Placement ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES The Advanced Placement (AP) program offers high school students the opportunity to take college-level courses while still in high school. Now is the time to start planning, so you can take courses to prepare for AP work in your junior or senior year. At the end of an AP course, you are recommended to take the AP Exam prepared by the College Board. If you score well, colleges may give you credit for the course(s). There is a fee for the exam. A reduced fee is available for students who qualify. While the state often pays for science and math exams, the state DOES NOT pay for any other content area exams. Before enrolling in an AP course, students should strongly consider: Will you qualify for an Academic Honors diploma? Have you passed your ECA exams? Do you have an A/B average in the core area? Do you have a strong background in the necessary skills: Reading/Writing/Math? Are you willing to do summer work that may be required? Do you have the time, patience, or desire for the work that will be required? Is this an area of great interest to you? Would your teacher recommend you? Advanced Placement Classes Offered at MCHS AP Biology AP English Language and Composition AP Music Theory AP U.S. Government AP Calculus AP English Literature and Composition AP Microeconomics AP U.S. History AP European History AP World History AP Psychology AP Statistics AP Environmental Science 7

8 Dual Credit What is Dual Credit? Dual Credit, also called Concurrent Enrollment, is the term given to courses in which high school students have the opportunity to earn both high school and college credits. These dual credit courses are taught by high school teachers using the high school text and university curriculum during the regular high school classes. An agreement is made between secondary and post-secondary schools establishing dual credit partnerships for each course involved. Because the college or university partner is awarding college credit, the agreement requires the high school and students to meet each college s eligibility standards. You Can Complete a Year of College or More at MCHS! Look how much $$$ you can save on college tuition by taking dual credit courses! School Tuition Total Cost of... (per credit hour) 15 credits 30 credits Ivy Tech $131 $2,027 $4,055 Purdue Northwest (PNC) $244 $3,398 $6,796 Indiana University $284 $5,194 $10,388 Purdue University $348 $5,220 $10,002 Valparaiso University $1,505 $18,875 $37,750 Dual Credit at MCHS $25* $375 $750 Dual Credit at MCHS $0 FREE! FREE! (for free/reduced meal/ textbook eligible students) 8 *Priority courses only, cost of some PNC courses is $105 and may vary More Great Things About Dual Credit Get a head start in college Earn credit with teachers you already know Get to know university registration steps, policies, and procedures before freshman year of college Be more successful (statistics show that if you earn college credit in high school you are more likely to earn a college degree!)

9 Dual Credit Look for the symbol below to find the Dual Credit courses listed in this book. Dual Credit Available Course College Fee* English 12 - Cont Lit/Adv. Comp PNC Yes Adv. Art History PNC Yes Drawing 2 PNC Yes French III PNC Yes French IV PNC Yes German III PNC Yes German IV PNC Yes Japanese III Ball State Yes Japanese IV Ball State Yes Spanish III PNC Yes Spanish IV PNC Yes Finite Math PNC Yes Pre-Calculus/Trig PNC Yes Chemistry II PNC Yes AP U.S. History PNC Yes AP U.S. Government PNC Yes AP Psychology PNC Yes Adv. Speech PNC Yes Music History & Appreciation PNC Yes Intro. to Engineering Design (IED) Ivy Tech No Principles of Engineering (POE) Ivy Tech No Civil Engineering and Architecture Ivy Tech No Computer Science 1 & 2 Ivy Tech No Digital Applications & Responsibility Ivy Tech No Banking & Investment Capstone Ivy Tech No NOTE: Students on free and reduced lunch are not charged tuition. Weighted grades are available for most of the classes above. (Consult course listings.) 9

10 Dual Credit Dual Credit - Career & Technical Education Students at A.K. Smith Area Career Center can earn college credit. Ivy Tech credits are no cost to A.K. Smith Area Career Center students in good standing. HS Course Title College Course Title Course # Credits College Automotive Technology Intro to Automotive AUTC Ivy Tech Braking Systems AUTC Ivy Tech Electrical & Electronics 1 AUTC Ivy Tech Engine Performance 1 AUTC Ivy Tech Construction Tech. Intro to Construction CONT Ivy Tech Construction Materials CONT Ivy Tech Cosmetology Cosmetology 1 COSM Vincennes Cosmetology 2 COSM Vincennes Cosmetology 3 COSM Vincennes Cosmetology 4 COSM Vincennes Criminal Justice & Law Intro to Crim. Justice Sys. CRIM Ivy Tech Intro to Criminology CRIM Ivy Tech Intro Traffic Enforcement CRIM Ivy Tech Criminal Investigations CRIM Ivy Tech Culinary Arts Sanitation and First Aid HOSP Ivy Tech Basic Food Theory & Skills HOSP Ivy Tech Early Childhood Ed. Intro to Early Childhood Ed. ECED Ivy Tech Health, Safety, and Nutrition ECED Ivy Tech Curr. in Early Chld Classroom ECED Ivy Tech CDA Process ECED Ivy Tech Energy Academy Energy Ind. Fundamentals ENRG Ivy Tech Basic Electricity ENRG Ivy Tech Fire Science Fire Suppression FIRE Ivy Tech Firefighter I FIRE Ivy Tech Firefighter II FIRE Ivy Tech Hazmat Awareness & Op. PSAF Ivy Tech 1st Responder PSAF Ivy Tech EMT Basic PARM Ivy Tech 10 (continued on page 11)

11 Dual Credit Dual Credit - Career & Technical Education Students at A.K. Smith Area Career Center can earn college credit. Ivy Tech credits are no cost to A.K. Smith Area Career Center students in good standing. HS Course Title College Course Title Course # Credits College Health Academy Intro to Health Careers HLHS Ivy Tech Medical Terminology HLHS Ivy Tech CNA Preparation HLHS Ivy Tech Modern Machine Tech Intro to Plant Floor/CNC Prin. MPRO Ivy Tech Intro to Workplace Safety MPRO Ivy Tech Mechatronics Electrical Sys. MPRO Ivy Tech Welding Technology Arc Welding WELD Ivy Tech Shielded Metal Arc Welding I WELD Ivy Tech Oxy-fuel Gas Welding Cutting WELD Ivy Tech Gas Metal Arc (MIG) Welding WELD Ivy Tech 11

12 Effective beginning with students who enter high school in school year (class of 2016). English/ Language Course and Credit Requirements 8 credits Including a balance of literature, composition and speech. Arts Mathematics 6 credits (in grades 9-12) : Algebra I : Geometry : Algebra II Or complete Integrated Math I, II, and III for 6 credits. Students must take a math or quantitative reasoning course each year in high school Science 6 credits : Biology I : Chemistry I or Physics I or Integrated Chemistry-Physics Social Studies Directed Electives : any Core 40 science course 6 credits : U.S. History 1 credit: U.S. Government 1 credit: Economics : World History/Civilization or Geography/History of the World 5 credits World Languages Fine Arts Career and Technical Education Physical Education Health and 1 credit Wellness Electives* 6 credits (College and Career Pathway courses recommended) 40 Total State Credits Required Schools may have additional local graduation requirements that apply to all students * Specifies the number of electives required by the state. High school schedules provide time for many more electives during the high school years. All students are strongly encouraged to complete a College and Career Pathway (selecting electives in a deliberate manner) to take full advantage of career and college exploration and preparation opportunities with Academic Honors (minimum 47 credits) For the Core 40 with Academic Honors diploma, students must: Complete all requirements for Core 40. Earn 2 additional Core 40 math credits. Earn 6-8 Core 40 world language credits (6 credits in one language or 4 credits each in two languages). Earn 2 Core 40 fine arts credits. Earn a grade of a C or better in courses that will count toward the diploma. Have a grade point average of a B or better. Complete one of the following: A. Earn 4 credits in 2 or more AP courses and take corresponding AP exams B. Earn 6 verifiable transcripted college credits in dual credit courses from the approved dual credit list. C. Earn two of the following: 1. A minimum of 3 verifiable transcripted college credits from the approved dual credit list, 2. in AP courses and corresponding AP exams, 3. in IB standard level courses and corresponding IB exams. D. Earn a combined score of 1750 or higher on the SAT critical reading, mathematics and writing sections and a minimum score of 530 on each E. Earn an ACT composite score of 26 or higher and complete written section F. Earn 4 credits in IB courses and take corresponding IB exams. with Technical Honors (minimum 47 credits) For the Core 40 with Technical Honors diploma, students must: Complete all requirements for Core 40. Earn 6 credits in the college and career preparation courses in a state-approved College & Career Pathway and one of the following: 1. State approved, industry recognized certification or credential, or 2. Pathway dual credits from the approved dual credit list resulting in 6 transcripted college credits Earn a grade of C or better in courses that will count toward the diploma. Have a grade point average of a B or better. Complete one of the following, A. Any one of the options (A - F) of the Core 40 with Academic Honors B. Earn the following scores or higher on WorkKeys; Reading for Information Level 6, Applied Mathematics Level 6, and Locating Information-Level 5. C. Earn the following minimum score(s) on Accuplacer: Writing 80, Reading 90, Math 75. D. Earn the following minimum score(s) on Compass; Algebra 66, Writing 70, Reading

13 English Math *** Science Core 40 Core 40 Technical Honors Core 40 Academic Honors General 8 credits 8 credits 8 credits 8 credits English 9 English 9 English 9 English 9 English 10 English 10 English 10 English 10 English 11 English 11 English 11 English 11 English 12 English 12 English 12 English 12 6 credits 6 credits 8 credits 4 credits * MCHS 6 credits Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 All students must complete a math or science course during senior year. Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 or Integrated Math Advanced Math (Core 40) Must include Algebra 1 6 Credits 6 credits 6 credits 4 Credits * MCHS 6 credits Biology 1 Chemistry, Physics or Integrated Chemistry Physics 2 additional credits in any Core 40 Science course Biology 1 Chemistry, Physics or Integrated Chemistry Physics 2 additional credits in any Core 40 Science course. Biology 1 Chemistry, Physics or 2 additional credits in any Core 40 Science course. Must include credits from more than one of the three major categories: 1 Life Science 1 Physical Science Biology Earth Space Science or Integrated Chemistry Physics 6 credits 6 credits 6 credits 4 credits MCHS 5 Credits Social Studies Geog. or World History 2 US History 1 Government 1 Economics Geog. or World History 2 US History 1 Government 1 Economics Geog. or World History 2 US History 1 Government 1 Economics Geog. / World History, or 2 US History 1 Government Subtotal 26 credits 26 credits 28 credits 20 credits MCHS 25 Other Subjects World Languages Encouraged 6-8 credits Core 40 from above subjects Fine Arts Encouraged Core 40 or technology competency Computers Encouraged Encouraged 6 credits Career sequence Career Area Encouraged Encouraged 5 Flex credit Additional requirements (see page 12) See page 12 ** See page 12 ** Electives 16 credits MCHS credits MCHS credits MCHS 6 Direct Electives 5 in any combination from World Additional requirement for Languages, Fine Arts, and Career & Core 40 in 2010 & up Technical Education Health & Safety 1 Health & Safety 1 Health & Safety 1 Health & Safety 1 Health & Safety Physical Education 2 PE 2 PE 2 PE 2 PE Speech 1 Speech * 1 Speech * 1 Speech * 1 Speech * Preparing for College & Careers 1 Preparing for College & Careers * 1 Preparing for College & Careers* 1 Preparing for College & Careers* 1 Preparing for College & Careers * (Required Freshman Course) Total 40 Credits MCHS 44 credits 47 credits 47 credits 40 credits MCHS 44 credits * MCHS requires Speech. Preparing for College & Careers is a required freshman course. ** Student must complete all requirements for Core 40 diploma, maintain a B average, have no grade lower than a C in courses that will count toward the diploma, and must meet additional requirements listed on page 12. *** Students in Class of 2016 and beyond will be required to enroll in a math or quantitative reasoning course in their senior year for Core 40 Diplomas. General Diploma students must have a math or quantitative reasoning course in their grade 11 or 12 schedule. 13

14 Quantitative Reasoning Courses A quantitative reasoning course is a high school course that "advances a student's ability to apply mathematics in real world situations and contexts" and that "deepens a student's understanding of high school mathematics standards." For the Core 40, Academic Honors (AHD), and Technical Honors (THD) diplomas, students must take a mathematics course or a quantitative reasoning course each year they are enrolled in high school. For the General Diploma, students must earn two credits in a mathematics course or a quantitative reasoning course during their junior or senior year. The following courses are Quantitative Reasoning Courses: ADVANCED PLACEMENT Biology, Advanced Placement Calculus AB, Advanced Placement Environmental Science, Advanced Placement Statistics, Advanced Placement Microeconomics, Advanced Placement SCIENCE Biology, Advanced Placement Chemistry I Chemistry II Environmental Science, Advanced Placement Integrated Chemistry - Physics Physics I BUSINESS, MARKETING, & IN- FORMATION TECHNOLOGY Accounting Business Math Computer Programming I Computer Programming II ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Civil Engineering & Architecture Digital Electronics (has been absored into Energy Academy) Principles of Engineering SOCIAL STUDIES Economics TRADE & INDUSTRIAL Modern Machine Technology I Modern Machine Technology II 14

15 Getting Money for College Financial Aid The Guidance Department strongly recommends that you fill out the FAFSA -- the Free Application for Federal Student Aid -- regardless of your financial position. Most colleges and vocational or technical schools request that you fill out this form. Some college scholarships are dependent on the FAFSA. You can find this form online at FAFSA Tips Read all directions carefully! If you are not sure whether to mark full-time or part-time student, always mark full-time. If eligible, fill out a 1040A or 1040EZ tax form (you can find these at Do not leave any money questions blank; fill in a zero if you need to. All parent info is needed, regardless of which parent you have or have not lived with. Always list an Indiana college or university in Step 6, even if you are not planning to attend college in-state right now. MCHS will host a financial aid meeting. Students and their parents are encouraged to attend. The exact date and time of the meeting will be publicized prior to the event. For more info about financial aid, check out: Scholarships You can find scholarship info in the MCHS Guidance Office, or at (listen to the morning announcements for exact dates!). You can also check out: Grants & Loans grants-scholarships/pell 15

16 START Elementary * K-6 Awareness Career Awareness Activities Class Speakers Interest Surveys Business Visitations Magnet Options * STEM * Fine Arts High Ability Program Options Career Education Model Middle * 7-8 Exploration Career Assessments PSAT 8/9 High Ability Program Options 8th Grade Four-Year Plan MCHS Visit & Orientation Theme-based Instruction: * Environmental * STEM High School * 9-12 Preparation College & Career Ready 9 Career Clusters * Agriculture * Architecture & Construction * Business & Marketing * Education & Training * Health Science * Hospitality & Human Services * Manufacturing * Public Safety * Transportation LaPorte County Career & Technical Education Center Early College Honors College Technical Associate/Bachelor s Degree Employment Certification Apprenticeship Professional Bachelor s Degree Post-Graduate Degree Professional Certification Successful Future! Lifelong Learner Adaptable to Change 16

17 Agriculture Cluster Life Sciences Average Salary $50,868 Range $28K to $88K Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources CONCENTRATION: PLANTS & SOILS Plant and Soil Science Advanced Life Science: Plants & Soils Natural Resource Management For more information about the careers on pages 17-25, visit: When you register, your username will be your first initial, last name, and the last 4 digits of your student ID number. Your password will be the same as your username. 17

18 Architecture and Construction Cluster Construction Trades Average Salary $45,292 Range $34K to $78K CONCENTRATION: CONSTRUCTION Intro to Construction Construction Technology I 4-6 credits Construction Technology II 4-6 credits CONCENTRATION: ELECTRICAL Intro to Construction Electrical I 4-6 credits Electrical II 4-6 credits CONCENTRATION: ENERGY ACADEMY Energy Industry Fundamentals PLTW: Intro to Engineering Design PLTW: Principals of Engineering Electrical I 4-6 credits Electrical II 4-6 credits 18

19 Business and Information Technology Cluster Business Administration Average Salary $75,829 Range $28K to $154K Information Technology Average Salary $66,000 Range $61K to $72K CONCENTRATION: BANKING & FINANCE Introduction to Business 1 credit Introduction to Accounting Advanced Accounting Principles of Business Management Digital Applications & Responsibility Computer Science I Computer Science II Computer Science & Software Engineering PLTW Web Design Business Law and Ethics Banking & Investment Capstone 19

20 Education and Training Cluster Education & Training Average Salary $44,237 Range $22K to $64K CONCENTRATION: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Child Development/ Advanced Child Development Interpersonal Relationships 1 credit Early Childhood Education I 4-6 credits Early Childhood Education II 4-6 credits each 20

21 Health Science Cluster Bio-Medical Average Salary $59,977 Range $32K to $88K Health Care Specialties Average Salary $23,915 Range $19K to $27K Nursing Average Salary $40,969 Range $37K to $45K PLTW Principles of Biomed PLTW Human Body Systems Interpersonal Relationships 1 credit Medical Terminology 1 credit Anatomy & Physiology Health Science Education I 3-6 credits Health Science Education II credits Medical Terminology 1 credit Anatomy & Physiology Interpersonal Relationships 1 credit Health Science Education I 3-6 credits Health Science Education II-Nursing 4-6 credits 21

22 Hospitality and Human Services Cluster Culinary Arts Cosmetology Hospitality Management Average Salary $40,215 Range $35K to $45K Average Salary $21,495 Range $21K to $23K Average Salary $33,681 Range $30K to $43K Introduction to Business 1 credit Nutrition & Wellness/ Advanced Food & Nutrition Interpersonal Relationships 1- Culinary Arts and Hospitality I 4-6 credits Culinary Arts and Hospitality II: Culinary Arts 4-6 credits Introduction to Business 1 credit Cosmetology I 6 credits Cosmetology II 6 credits Introduction to Business 1 credit Nutrition & Wellness/ Advanced Food & Nutrition Interpersonal Relationships 1- Culinary Arts and Hospitality I 4-6 credits 22

23 Manufacturing Cluster Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Welding Average Salary $48,768 Range $29K to $79K Average Salary $57,470 Range $31K to $63K Average Salary $31,979 Range $30K to $33K Intro to Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Introduction to Engineering Design Computer Integrated Manufacturing Modern Machine Technology I 4-6 credits Modern Machine Technology II 4-6 credits Introduction to Engineering Design Principles of Engineering Computer Integrated Manufacturing AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: Civil Engineering and Architecture Digital Electronics CAPSTONE (RECOMMENDED) PLTW Engineering Design & Development Introduction to Manufacturing Introduction to Engineering Design Welding Technology I 4-6 credits Welding Technology II 4-6 credits 23

24 Public Safety Cluster Criminal Justice Fire Science Average Salary $45,521 Range $31K to $49K Average Salary $45,000 Range $29K to $65K Interpersonal Relationships 1- Criminal Justice I 4-6 credits Criminal Justice II 4-6 credits Preparing for College & Careers 1 credit Interpersonal Relations 1- Fire & Rescue I 4-6 credits Fire & Rescue II 4-6 credits 24

25 Transportation Cluster Automotive Technology Average Salary $34,038 Range $34K to $51K Logistics & Supply Chain Management Average Salary $48,768 Range $29K to $79K Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics Transportation Automotive Service Technology I 4-6 credits Automotive Service Technology II 4-6 credits Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Supply Chain Management & Logistics Operations 4-6 credits Warehouse Operations and Materials Handling 4-6 credits 25

26 Employer Expectations What Does an Employer Expect of Me as an Employee? 1 Have a positive attitude. 2 Work well with others. 3 Follow directions. 4 Show up for work on time. 5 Recognize problems and find solutions. 6 Manage time effectively. 7 Apply good listening skills. 8 Be honest and dependable. 9 Pass a drug and/or background test. 10 Dress properly and practice good grooming. Michigan City High School is determined to prepare every student for life after high school. In doing so, it is critical that all students understand the importance of the soft skills listed above. These soft skills have been identified as vitally important by over 100 employers. By preparing students with these expectations now, it will only help them to succeed in the future. 26

27 Business B21030: Introduction to Business Grade Level: 9-10 Introduction to Business is an introductory business course that provides a framework for future business courses. This core course acquaints students with personal finance, communications, business management, entrepreneurship, marketing fundamentals, business ethics, law, and business careers. The course further develops business vocabulary and provides an overview of business and the role that business plays in economic, social, and political environments. Opportunities may be provided for the student to participate in job shadowing, job mentoring, and other field experiences. Although Introduction to Business may benefit all career clusters, this course is included as the core component of the Business, Management, and Finance career cluster and is recommended as a prerequisite for all advanced and/or specialized business classes. B21080: W Digital Applications and Responsibility 2 Semesters, 2 Credit Grade Level: 9-12 Digital Applications and Responsibility introduces students to the physical components and operation of computers. Technology is used to build students decision-making and problem-solving skills. Students are given the opportunity to seek a Microsoft IT Academy certification, which consists of a Microsoft IT Academy membership and the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification exam. B21090: W Computer Science I Technology Education Prerequisite: C or above in Algebra I Dual Credit Available (Ivy Tech) Qualifies as a Quantitative Reasoning course for the General Diploma only Computer Science I covers fundamental concepts of programming are provided through explanations and effects of commands, and hands-on utilization of lab equipment to produce correct output. This course introduces the structured techniques necessary for efficient solution of business-related computer programming logic problems and coding solutions into a high-level language. Includes program flowcharting, pseudo coding, and hierarchy charts as a means of solving these problems. The course covers creating file layouts, print charts, program narratives, user documentation, and system flowcharts for business problems. Reviews algorithm development, flowcharting, input/output techniques, looping, modules, selection structures, file handling, and control breaks. Offers students an opportunity to apply skills in a laboratory environment. Visual Basic is the only (computer) language being examined and utilized. Demonstrations of business problems and solutions techniques will be reviewed. B21100: W Computer Science II Grade Level: 12 Prerequisites: Computer Science I Dual Credit Available (Ivy Tech) Qualifies as a Quantitative Reasoning course for the General, Core 40, AHD & THD Computer Science II explores and builds skills in C++ and Java. The study of C++ provides a basic understanding of the fundamentals of procedural program development using 27 structured, modular concepts. Emphasizes logical program design involving user-defined functions and standard structure elements. Discussions will include the role of data types, variables, structures, addressable memory locations, arrays and pointers. Data file access methods are also presented. The development of Java programming skills will provide a basic understanding of the fundamental concepts with an emphasis on logical program design using a modular approach which involves task oriented program functions. Java allows the design of an Internet user interface. The application is built by selecting forms and controls, assigning properties and writing code. B21480: Computer Tech Support Recommended Prerequisites: Information Communications and Technology (Newly renamed - Digital Applications and Responsibility) Counts as a Directed Elective or Elective for the General, Core 40, AHD & THD Computer Tech Support allows students to explore how computers work. Students learn the functionality of hardware and software components as well as suggested best practices in maintenance and safety issues. Through hands-on activities and labs, students learn how to assemble and configure a computer, install W Prerequisite(s) required Counts for Academic Honors Diploma Counts for Technical Honors Diploma Dual Credit Fulfills Quantitative Reasoning Reqt. Weighted Grade Awarded

28 Business Technology Education operating systems and software, and troubleshoot hardware and software problems. Students may be eligible for added credit by serving as a "Tech Assistant" for an additional period daily. B21110: Introduction to Accounting Grade Level: Introduction to Accounting introduces the language of business using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and procedures for proprietorships and partnerships using double-entry accounting. Emphasis is placed on accounting principles as they relate to both manual and automated financial systems. This course involves understanding, analyzing, and recording business transactions and preparing, analyzing, and interpreting financial reports as a basis for decision making. B21140: Advanced Accounting Grade Level: Prerequisite: Intro to Accounting Offered: , Advanced Accounting expands on the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and procedures for proprietorships and partnerships using double-entry accounting. Emphasis is placed on accounting principles as they relate to both manual and automated financial systems. This course involves understanding, analyzing, and recording business transactions and preparing, analyzing, and interpreting financial reports as a basis for decisionmaking. B21170: W Banking & Investment Capstone Grade Level: 12 (Juniors may take this class with instructor approval) Prerequisites: Algebra II, Intro to Accounting, Advanced Accounting Banking and Investment Capstone addresses the need of schools in areas that have workforce demand in the finance industry. It analyzes and synthesizes high-level skills needed for a multitude of careers in the banking and investment industry. Students learn banking, investments, and other finance fundamentals and applications related to financial institutions, business and personal financial services, investment and securities, risk management products, and corporate finance. The course provides students with work-based learning experiences to acquire and apply knowledge and skills in one or more careers in the industry. B21250: Business Law & Ethics Grade Level: Dual Credit Available (Ivy Tech) Offered: , Business Law and Ethics provides an overview of the legal system in the business setting. Topics covered include: basics of the judicial system, contract, personal, employment and property law. Application of legal principles and ethical decision-making techniques are presented through problem-solving methods and situation analyses. Emphasis is placed on developing a legal vocabulary and the ability to interpret particular situations and applying the correct rule of law that supports a solution to a problem. With special attention given to the importance of these laws and how they will affect lifestyle now and in the near future, students solve case problems individually, as well as in groups. B21260: Business Math Grade Level: Prerequisite: Algebra I Business Math is a business course designed to prepare students for roles as entrepreneurs, producers, and business leaders by developing abilities and skills that are part of any business environment. A solid understanding of math including algebra, basic geometry, statistics and probability provides the necessary foundation for students interested in careers in business and skilled trade areas. The content includes mathematical operations related to accounting, banking and finance, marketing, and management. Instructional strategies should include simulations, guest speakers, tours, Internet research, and business experiences. This course may fulfill up 28 to two graduation credits of the Mathematics requirement for graduation for the General Diploma only. B21330: Principles of Business Management Prerequisite: Introduction to Business Principles of Business Management focuses on the roles and responsibilities of managers as well as opportunities and challenges of ethically managing and marketing a business in the free enterprise system. Students will attain an understanding of management, team building, leadership, problem solving steps and processes that contribute to the achievement of organizational goals. The management of human and financial resources is emphasized. Topics include, but are not limited to, the foundation of management, organizational structure, communications, staffing, policy-making, marketing, automation in the office, and employee appraisal. Emphasis is placed on Total Quality Management (TQM) and current management philosophies. B21280: Personal Financial Responsibility Grade Level: 9-12 Personal Financial Responsibility addresses the identification and management of personal financial resources to meet the financial needs and wants of individuals and families, considering a broad range of economic, social, cultural, technological, environmental, and maintenance factors. This course helps students build skills in financial responsibility and decision making; analyze personal standards, needs, wants, and goals; identify sources of income, saving and investing; understand banking, budgeting, recordkeeping and managing risk, insurance and credit card debt. A project based approach and applications through authentic settings such as work based observations and service learning

29 Business Technology Education experiences are appropriate. Direct, concrete applications of mathematics proficiencies in projects are encouraged. B21500: Preparing for College and Careers Grade Level: 9 MCAS requirement for all freshmen; elective credit for all diplomas Preparing for College and Careers addresses the knowledge, skills, and behaviors all students need to be prepared for success in college, career, and life. The focus of the course is the impact of today s choices on tomorrow s possibilities. Topics to be addressed include twenty-first century life and career skills; higher order thinking, communication, leadership, and management processes; exploration of personal aptitudes, interests, values, and goals; examining multiple life roles and responsibilities as individuals and family members; planning and building employability skills; transferring school skills to life and work; and managing personal resources. This course includes reviewing the 16 national career clusters and Indiana's College and Career Pathways, indepth investigation of one or more pathways, reviewing graduation plans, developing career plans, and developing personal and career portfolios through a Personal Learning Plan. B21400 Computer Science & Software Engineering PLTW Career & Technical Education Computer Science and Software Engineering is a new Project Lead the Way course within the PLTW Pathway-To- Engineering program. Students work in teams to develop computational thinking and solve problems. The course aims to develop computational thinking, introduce computational tools that foster creativity, and build student awareness of the tremendous demand in all fields for computer specialists and professionals who have computational skills. The course engages students in considering issues raised by the present and future societal impact of computing. Students practice problem solving with structured activities and progress to open-ended projects and problems that require planning, documentation, and communication skills. Counts as a Directed Elective or Elective for the General, Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors and Core 40 with Technical Honors diplomas. B21440 Web Design Web Design is a course that provides instruction in the principles of web design using HTML/XHTML and current/ emerging software programs. Areas of instruction include audience analysis, hierarchy layout and design techniques, software integration, and publishing. Instructional strategies should include peer teaching, collaborative instruction, project-based learning activates and school community projects. Counts as a Directed Elective or Elective for the General, Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors and Core 40 with Technical Honors diplomas. Career & Technical Education V65610: Electronics I 2 Semesters, 6 Credits Recommended Prerequisite: Algebra I This course is aligned with postsecondary courses for Dual Credit (Ivy Tech) and is year 1 of the Energy Academy. Electronics I introduces students to the fundamental electronic concepts necessary for entry into an electronic and computer systems career pathway, which will culminate with industry certifications or additional post-secondary education. Classroom and laboratory experiences will allow students begin their career preparation in the fundamental electronics concepts of Jobsite Skills, DC Basics, AC Basics, and Personal Computer Design, and will incorporate safety, technical writing, mathematical concepts, and customer service. This course will integrate NCCER curriculum and certification. This course is year 1 of the Energy Academy. 29 V65640: Electronics II 2 Semesters, 6 Credits Grade Level: 12 Recommended Prerequisite: Electronics I This course is aligned with postsecondary courses for Dual Credit (Ivy Tech) and is year 2 of the Energy Academy. Electronics II provides the opportunity for students to continue with foundational electronic concepts including circuit analysis and digital electronics modules. After completing the W Prerequisite(s) required Counts for Academic Honors Diploma Counts for Technical Honors Diploma Dual Credit Fulfills Quantitative Reasoning Reqt. Weighted Grade Awarded

30 Career & Technical Education two additional foundational modules, student may choose to focus on one of the optional modules that can include more intense instruction, research, specialized projects, and internships. The optional modules include industrial technology, emerging electronic technologies, residential and commercial electronic communication, and automation. The content of this class is designed to provide the State of Indiana with a trained workforce in emerging technologies career pathways that will make a significant contribution to the Indiana economy. Industry certifications and additional post-secondary education are critical components of this pathway. Classroom, laboratory, and work-based experiences in the fundamental electronics concepts of circuit analysis and digital electronics as well as one of the optional modules will incorporate safety, technical writing, mathematics, and customer service. This course will integrate NCCER curriculum and certification. This course is year 2 of the Energy Academy. V66500 Fire and Rescue I 2 Semesters; 6 Credits Grade: Dual Credit Available (Ivy Tech) Fire and Rescue I; Every year, fires and other emergencies take thousands of lives and destroy property worth billions of dollars. Firefighters and emergency services workers help protect the public against these dangers by rapidly responding to a variety of emergencies. They are frequently the first emergency personnel at the scene of a traffic accident or medical emergency and may be called upon to put out a fire, treat injuries or perform other vital functions. The Fire and Rescue curriculum may include five Indiana state fire certifications: (1) Mandatory, (2) Firefighter I, (3) Firefighter II. (4) Hazardous Materials Awareness, (5) Hazardous Materials Operations. An additional two industry certifications may be earned by adding (6) First Responder, and (7) Emergency Medical Technician-Basic to the curriculum. V66530 Fire and Rescue II 2 Semesters; 6 Credits Grade: 12 Dual Credit Available (Ivy Tech) 30 Fire and Rescue II; Every year, fires and other emergencies take thousands of lives and destroy property worth billions of dollars. Firefighters and emergency services workers help protect the public against these dangers by rapidly responding to a variety of emergencies. They are frequently the first emergency personnel at the scene of a traffic accident or medical emergency and may be called upon to put out a fire, treat injuries or perform other vital functions. The Fire and Rescue curriculum may include five Indiana state fire certifications: (1) Mandatory, (2) Firefighter I, (3) Firefighter II. (4) Hazardous Materials Awareness, (5) Hazardous Materials Operations. An additional two industry certifications may be earned by adding (6) First Responder, and (7) Emergency Medical Technician-Basic to the curriculum. V65700: Automotive Services Technology I 2 Semesters, 6 Credits Prerequisite: Introduction to Transportation Dual Credit Available (Ivy Tech) Automotive Services Technology I is a one-year course that encompasses the subtopics of the NATEF/ ASE identified areas of Steering & Suspension and Braking Systems. This one year course offering may be structured in a series of two topics per year offered in any combination of instructional strategies of semester based or yearlong instruction. Additional areas of manual transmissions and differentials, automatic transmissions, air conditioning, and engine repair should be covered as time permits. This one year offering must meet the NATEF program certifications for the two primary areas offered in this course. This course provides the opportunity for dual credit for students who meet postsecondary requirements for earning dual credit and successfully complete the dual credit requirements of this course. Mathematical skills will be reinforced through precision measuring activities and cost estimation/ calculation activities. Scientific principles taught and reinforced in this course include the study of viscosity, friction, thermal expansion, and compound solutions. Written and oral skills will also be emphasized to help students communicate with customers, colleagues, and supervisors. V65730: Automotive Services Technology II 2 Semesters, 6 Credits Prerequisite: Automotive Services Technology I Dual Credit Available (Ivy Tech) Automotive Services Technology II is a one-year course that encompasses the sub topics of the NATEF/ASE identified areas of Electrical Systems and Engine Performance. This one year course offering may be structured in a series of two topics per year offered in any combination of instructional strategies of semester based or yearlong instruction. 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