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1 MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSE GUIDE All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 1

2 KELLER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 350 KELLER PARKWAY KELLER, TEXAS PHONE: FAX: Parents and Students, The information presented in this course guide booklet will assist you in making course selections that will meet your personal needs for the future as well as meet high school graduation requirements. Please take some time to review the information in this booklet before course selections are made for next year. It is very important to make course selections carefully. Teacher assignments are based on student course requests made in the spring. The school reserves the right to cancel any course if a minimum student requirement is not met or if certified staff is not available to teach the course. Please feel free to contact the Campus Counseling Center if there are any questions concerning courses, graduation requirements, scheduling, etc. Students are urged to discuss their course choices with their parents prior to course selection. The counseling staff will inform, monitor and advise students and parents regarding graduation requirements, but it is the ultimate responsibility of the student along with parent approval to select courses that are required under the appropriate graduation plan. Sincerely, Keller ISD Curriculum and Instruction All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 2

3 Vision KISD an exceptional district in which to learn, work and live. Mission Statement The community of Keller ISD will educate our students to achieve their highest standards of performance by engaging them in exceptional opportunities. Assurance of Non-Discrimination Keller ISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sex, disability, or age in providing education services, activities, and programs, including vocational programs, and also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; Age Discrimination Act of 1975; Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act; and the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act. The following district staff members have been designated to coordinate compliance with these legal requirements: * Title IX Coordinator, for concerns regarding discrimination on the basis of sex: Penny Benz Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources 350 Keller Parkway, Keller, TX (817) * Section 504 Coordinator, for concerns regarding discrimination on the basis of disability: Charles Carroll Chief Academic Officer 350 Keller Parkway, Keller, TX (817) * All other concerns regarding discrimination: Dr. Randy Reid Superintendent 350 Keller Parkway, Keller, TX (817) All complaints shall be handled through established channels and procedures beginning with the building principal, followed by appeal to the appropriate central administration contact, and finally the board of trustees, in accordance with Policy FNG. If you need the assistance of the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the Department of Education, the address of the OCR Regional Office that covers Texas is: Dallas Office Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 1620 Dallas, TX Telephone: (214) Facsimile: (214) All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 3

4 PORTRAIT OF A GRADUATE A Keller Independent School District graduate will be expected to: Demonstrate success in college or further study and for employment in a global society Initiate independent learning Understand world issues and current events Understand and use effective learning techniques to acquire and apply knowledge Demonstrate social awareness Develop and maintain positive relationships Know and appreciate cultural and linguistic diversity Exhibit an appreciation of the arts and humanities Commitment to service Exhibit strong personal qualities Identify personal goals Demonstrate value of self Understand and engage in activities that promote intellectual, physical, and emotional balance Demonstrate integrity and take personal responsibility Communicate effectively Express ideas and information confidently and effectively in a variety of modes of communication Work in collaboration with others Use technology as a tool Select appropriate tools and procedures Use technology to access, analyze, organize, and process information Exhibit critical thinking and problem solving Explore ideas and issues for understanding Draw well-reasoned conclusions and solutions Analyze and evaluate thinking with a view to improve it All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 4

5 Table of Contents Middle School Directory... 6 General Information... 7 Schedule Change Process... 8 Middle School Athletics... 9 State Assessment Middle School High School Personal Graduation Plans Keller ISD High School Graduation Plan Arts and Humanities Endorsement Business and Industry Endorsement Public Services Endorsement Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Endorsement Terminology Grade English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Physical Education Full-Year Electives Semester Electives STEM, Grade Grade English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Physical Education Full-Year Electives Semester Electives STEM, Grade Special Education Middle School Planning Grid All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 5

6 Middle School Directory FOSSIL HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL 3821 Staghorn Cir Phone: Ft Worth, TX Fax: Todd Lacey, Principal Mascot: Wildcat School Colors: Black & Gold HILLWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 8250 Parkwood Hill Blvd Phone: Ft Worth, TX Fax: Kathleen Eckert, Principal Mascot: Husky School Colors: Navy & Gold INDIAN SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL 305 Bursey Rd. Phone: Ft Worth, TX Fax: Sandy Troudt, Principal Mascot: Eagle School Colors: Maroon & Gold KELLER MIDDLE SCHOOL 300 N College Phone: Keller, TX Fax: Sandra Chapa, Principal Mascot: Comanche School Colors: Blue & White TIMBERVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL Old Denton Rd. Phone: Keller, TX Fax: Carrie Jackson, Principal Mascot: Hawk School Colors: Purple & Gold TRINITY SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL 3550 Keller-Hicks Rd. Phone: Keller, TX Fax: Kim Buckhalton, Principal Mascot: Titan School Colors: Green & Gold All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 6

7 General Information Pre-AP Courses: The Keller Independent School District secondary schools offer students the opportunity to participate in Pre-AP courses so that they may better prepare themselves for college. Because these classes are similar to college level classes, students are challenged to be more disciplined, structured, and to perform at a higher academic level. The AP (Advanced Placement) Program is administered by the College Board of New York. It allows students to participate in college level courses and possibly earn college credit while still attending high school. Secondary schools and colleges cooperate in this program to give students the opportunity to show mastery in college level courses by taking Advanced Placement (AP) Exams in May of each school year. The Pre-AP Program (available in middle school) is the complementary preparatory program that is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to be successful in AP courses, beginning in 9 th grade. In KISD, these skills together with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) comprise the syllabi for Pre-AP courses. ReadiStep assessment is a test that measures reading, writing and math skills students learn in school. ReadiStep will help your child gain early insight into the skills he or she will need for success in high school and college. ReadiStep measures the same types of skills that are measured by the PSAT/NMSQT and SAT, tests students take in high school as they progress toward college. Students are administered Readistep in the fall of their 8 th grade year. If you have questions about your school s ReadiStep administration, please contact your child s school counselor. Additional information is available online at readistep.collegeboard.org/student. Fine Arts: Band, art, theater, and choir class lists will be submitted to the counseling center office manager by the instructors. High School Credit and GPA: Courses taken for high school credit while in middle school will be counted for the required number of credits for graduation. Course will not be calculated into the student s cumulative grade point average. The attendance law states that students must have 90% attendance in a high school courses in order to receive credit in a given course. During registration parents and students will be made aware that schedule changes outside the subject area after the first ten days of a grading period will result in the need for Saturday school (s) or the equivalent in order to meet the state s attendance law of course credit. All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 7

8 Credit Denied Due to Attendance: Students will be notified in a timely manner by assistant principals that course credit has been denied due to absences. Credit denied for absences may be earned through the last day of the following grading period. Assistant principals must submit earned credit forms to data processing by the 3 rd school day after the last earned credit date. Registration of ESL Students: The person responsible for registration of new students will identify students who enroll and indicate a language other than English on their Home Language Survey form. The student s name must be submitted to the assistant principal who is the chairperson of the campus LPAC committee. Final Exam Make-Up Procedure: Students must contact each teacher whose exam will be missed prior to the absence with the exception of emergencies such as personal illness or the death of a family member. No exams, nine week or semester, will be given early. Schedule Change Process Keller ISD strives to provide the highest quality education while working to be responsive to students needs. The participation and commitment of parents and students during registration and scheduling is a major component in reaching this goal. Master schedules are developed in the spring prior to the upcoming year. Selections during registration determine how many teachers and sections will be needed for a course. The process allows administrators to plan to hire for optimum academic strength. When students are permitted to randomly change schedules, classes become overcrowded. As a result, all students are affected. Even the most effective planning is compromised. Very seldom does a one course change affect only one course. Careful selections benefit everyone. Thank you for being a crucial part of our educational team as we work together for academic excellence. SAVE Committee Registration Parent and student informational meetings will be held during spring registration. Students will be guided through course selection during online registration. Students who do not register online will have a schedule arranged for them according to their academic needs and/or graduation plan. Add/Drop Date The first Monday in May for middle school will officially end the opportunity for registration changes. Only schedule changes pertaining to middle school requirements and/or computer errors will be addressed during the following school year. A student who does not register by the last day of school will not be eligible for a schedule change. All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 8

9 SAVE Committee Process The SAVE Committee is chaired by the counselor and is composed of the student, the parent/guardian, the teacher whose class the student is requesting to exit, and the assistant principal. Schedule changes that are requested after the add/drop date and that affect athletics, choir, band, and high school credit classes only will be addressed through the SAVE Committee process. Schedule change requests for elective classes will not be considered after the last day of school. To request a SAVE Committee, a student and parent must: 1. Conference with the teacher about the course 2. Complete a SAVE Committee request form A student can request a SAVE Committee until Six weeks from the first day of the class for semester course Twelve weeks from the first day of the class for a year-long course Every effort is made to SAVE a student s schedule Middle School Athletics Sixth Grade Students will be made aware of the importance of completing the necessary paperwork for entry into seventh grade athletics. Paperwork including physical forms will be distributed and collected through the intermediate school physical education department the first week of April with a due date of the first week of May. A list of students indicating an interest in athletics on their registration form will be maintained by the middle school counseling office manager and shared with the athletic coordinator. At the due date, students with incomplete paperwork will be notified by the middle school athletic coordinators and informed that they will not be in athletics if the paperwork is not completed by the last day of school. A list of students with completed paperwork will be provided to the middle school counseling office manager by the middle school athletic coordinator by the last day of school. After the deadline, students will not be added to athletics except through the SAVE Committee process in the 3 rd week of school. All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 9

10 Seventh Grade Students will be made aware of the importance of completing the necessary paperwork for entry into eighth grade athletics. Registration forms must have the appropriate middle school athletic coordinator s signature. A list of students with signed registration forms will be maintained by the middle school counseling office manager and shared with the athletic coordinators. Additionally, medical history forms will be distributed through the physical education department and the athletic coordinators the first week of April with a due date of the first week of May. At the due date, students with incomplete paperwork will be notified by the middle school athletic coordinators and informed that they will not be in athletics if the paperwork is not complete by the last day of school. A list of students with completed paperwork will be provided to the middle school counseling office manager by the middle school athletic coordinators by the last day of school. Athletic Registration Information: Athletic concerns may always be addressed to the Athletic Director for a final decision. Computer errors will always be promptly addressed at the campus level. Removal of students from athletics for issues of concern will occur at the end of a grading period when possible. New students will be permitted to enroll in athletics and will follow the 15 day UIL rule for time permitted to obtain a physical. Annual UIL physicals are required for all students participating in one or more sports. State Assessment Middle School State Assessment Requirements What are the STAAR and STAAR EOC Performance Standards? Middle school students enrolled in a high school level course where a corresponding STAAR EOC exam is designated, the student will be required to take the STAAR EOC exam aligned to that specific course: English I Reading and Writing, English II Reading and Writing, Algebra I, Biology, and US History Middle school students will take the grade level STAAR exams for the remaining core content areas: o 7 th grade: Writing and Reading, and Math o 8 th grade: Math, Reading, Science, and Social Studies Passing Performance Standards: Performance Level III: Advanced Academic Performance Performance Level II: Satisfactory Academic Performance Non-passing Performance Standards: Performance Level I: Unsatisfactory Academic Performance All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 10

11 Student Success Initiative State Law Requirements The Student Success Initiative (SSI) was created by the Texas Legislature to ensure that all students receive the instruction and support they need to be academically successful in reading and math. Under the SSI grade advancement requirements, students are required to pass the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) grade 8 reading and mathematics tests to be promoted to ninth grade. What Happens in Grade 8? Eighth grade students have three opportunities to pass the STAAR grade 8 reading test and math STAAR test. If the student does not pass one or both tests, the school must give the student additional instruction after each testing opportunity. Parents will be notified if their child does not pass a STAAR test that is required for promotion. If a student has not passed after the second testing opportunity, a grade placement committee (GPC), which consists of principal, teacher, and parent or guardian, is informed. The GPC will create an instructional plan based on the individual needs of the student. Note Students enrolled in Algebra I, will take the corresponding end of course exam, administered in May. When will students take initial administration of STAAR and STAAR EOC exams? When are STAAR 8 th grade Reading and Math retesting opportunities? STAAR EOC retest opportunities offered? 7 th Grade STAAR Writing administered in early April. STAAR Reading and Math administered in late April 8 th Grade STAAR Math and Reading administered in early April STAAR Science and Social Studies administered in late April STAAR EOC English I and II administered in early April. STAAR EOC Math, Science, and Social Studies administered in early May. Due to Student Success Initiative, 8 th grade students that do not meet the passing standard on Reading and/or Math will have the opportunity to retest in order to meet promotion requirements, as needed. Retesting occurs in mid - May and late June. STAAR EOC Retest will be offered three times a year, once in the fall, summer, and spring. All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 11

12 High School Personal Graduation Plans All 8 th graders are required to complete a four year plan for their high school years. This allows your student to prepare for the future and gives them a chance to choose what courses they are interested in. You student will be graduating under the Foundation with Endorsements program. There are five Endorsements that your student will choose from. The Endorsements are as follows: Arts & Humanities, Business & Industry, Public Service, Science Technology Engineering & Math, and Multidisciplinary. To access more information about this, click on the igraduate symbol on the Keller ISD website. Note: Students who are planning to attend a 4-Year University after graduation, should check the universities website for admission requirements. This will assist students in preparing their high school personal graduation plan. Not all courses in high school meet 4-Year University admission requirements. Keller ISD High School Graduation Plan 9th 10th 11th 12th Distinguished Graduation Program - 26 Credits English - 4 Credits English I English II English III Advanced English Math - 4 Credits Algebra I Geometry Algebra 2 Advanced Math Science - 4 Credits Social Studies - 4 Credits World Languages Physical Education Fine Art 21st Century Skills Electives Biology Physical Science IPC, Phy,Chem Advanced Science World Geography World History US History 2 credits of the same world language 1 credit Advanced Science Government/ Economics 1 credit.5 credit Professional Communications, Entrepreneurship, Problems and Solutions 5.5 credits 26 CREDITS All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 12

13 Endorsement Arts/Humanities Business/Industry Public Service STEM Multi-disciplinary Pathways Fine Arts History World Languages Requirements English - 6 Credits Social Studies - 5 Credits Fine Arts - 4 or 5 Credits in one or two categories in sequence World Language - 4 Credits in one language OR 2 Credits in one and 2 in another. Agriculture Science Architecture/ Construction Arts/AV/ Communication Bus Manage/Admin Bus Communications Finance, Marketing Transportation/ Logistics 4 or more Credits with at least 2 courses in the same pathway and one advanced course (Junior year or later) Education/Training Govt/Public Admin Health Science Hospitality/Tourism Human Services JROTC Law Enforcement 4 or more Credits with at least 2 courses in the same pathway and one advanced course (Junior year or later) Science Technology Engineering Math All STEM must have Alg 2, Chem, Phys STEM Math Alg1,Geom, Alg 2, and 2 advanced math. STEM Science Bio,Chem,Phys and 2 advanced sciences STEM Eng& Tech-3 Credits in coherent sequence. +4 Credits in AP or Dual OR +4 Advanced Courses (Junior & above) in Endorsement Areas OR +4 Credits in each foundation subject area must include English IV, Chem and/or Phys Distinguished Performance Acknowledgements A total of four credits in math, including credit in Algebra II A total of four credits in science Completion of curriculum requirements for at least one endorsement For outstanding performance in a dual credit course in bilingualism and bi-literacy on an AP test or IB exam on the PSAT, the ACT-Plan, the SAT, or the ACT For earning a nationally or internationally recognized business or industry certification or license During the 8 th grade year, all students are required to build a personal graduation plan. Below you will find the Endorsement categories and their programs of study for the school year. Arts and Humanities Endorsement Pathway: English Program of Study 9th 10th 11th 12th Art and Literature Creative Writing English 1 Regular or Pre- AP English 1 Regular or Pre- AP English 2 Regular or Pre-AP English 2 Regular or Pre-AP English 3 Regular or AP AND Humanities 1 English 3 Regular or AP AND Creative Writing Humanities 2 AND AP Art History Advanced Creative Writing AND Advanced Journalism: Literary Magazine Available AP Exams English 3 AP, English 4AP, AP Art History All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 13

14 Endorsement: Arts & Humanities Pathway: Fine Arts Program of Study 9th 10th 11th 12th Choir Choir 1 Choir 2 Choir 3 Choir 4 Band Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Dance 2 OR Aerobic Dance Dance 1 Activities Dance 3 Dance 4 Piano Piano 1 Piano 2 Piano 3 Piano 4 Technical Theatre II (1) Technical Theatre III (1) and one additional credit and one additional credit below below Technical Theatre Theatre I Technical Theatre Select 2: (.5,.5) Musical Theatre Stage Combat Intermediate Acting: Improv/Comedy Select 1: (1) Advanced Acting: Shakespeare Advanced Acting: American Drama Theatre Production II (1) Or Theatre III (1) and one additional credit below: Select 2: (.5,.5) Musical Theatre Stage Combat Intermediate Acting: Improv/Comedy Select 1: (1) Advanced Acting: Shakespeare Advanced Acting: American Drama Theatre Production III (1) Or Theatre IV (1) and one additional credit below: Endorsement Electives AP Music Theory, Vocal Ensemble AP Music Theory, Instrumental Ensemble, Percussion, Jazz Band Drill Team I-IV (tryouts required) AP Music Theory Theatre Production Theatre I Theatre Production I Or Theatre II Select 2: (.5,.5) Musical Theatre Stage Combat Intermediate Acting: Improv/Comedy Select 1: (1) Advanced Acting: Shakespeare Advanced Acting: American Drama Select 2: (.5,.5) Musical Theatre Stage Combat Intermediate Acting: Improv/Comedy Select 1: (1) Advanced Acting: Shakespeare Advanced Acting: American Drama All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 14

15 Visual Arts Drawing Visual Arts Electronic Media Visual Arts Painting Visual Arts Sculpture Art I Art I Art I Art I Art II Drawing or II Pre-AP Art III Drawing Pre-AP AP Studio Art - Drawing Portfolio Art II Electronic Media Pre- Art III Electronic Media AP Pre-AP AP 3-D Design Portfolio Art II Painting Pre- AP Art III Painting Pre-AP AP 2-D Design Portfolio Art II Sculpture Pre-AP Art III Sculpture Pre-AP AP 3 -D Design Portfolio AP Art History, AP 2-D Design Portfolio, AP 3-D Design Portfolio Endorsement: Arts & Humanities Pathways: Social Studies Program of Study 9th 10th 11th 12th History Social Sciences World Geography Regular or Pre-AP World Geography Regular or Pre-AP OR AP Human Geography World History Regular or AP World History Regular or AP US History Regular, Dual, or AP and AP European History US History Regular, Dual, or AP and AP Psychology Government/ Economics Regular, Dual, or AP Government/ Economics Regular, Dual, or AP Endorsement Electives Professional Communications, Entrepreneurship, Problems and Solutions, AP Human Geography, Comparative Government and Microeconomics Professional Communications, Entrepreneurship, Problems and Solutions, Sociology Available AP Exams US History, Government, Comparative Government, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, European History, Human Geography All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 15

16 Endorsement: Arts & Humanities Pathway: World Languages Program of Study 9th 10th 11th 12th American Sign American Sign American Sign American Sign Language Language I Language II Language III Spanish Spanish 1 Spanish II Spanish for Native Speakers Spanish for Native Speakers I German German I German II American Sign Language IV Spanish III or III Pre-AP AP Spanish 4 Spanish for Native Speakers I AP Spanish 4 AP Spanish 5 Available AP Exams German III Pre- AP AP German IV German French French I French II French III Pre-AP AP French IV French Latin Latin I Latin II Latin III Pre-AP AP Latin IV Latin Spanish Literature, Spanish Language Spanish Literature, Spanish Language All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 16

17 Business and Industry Endorsement Pathway: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Program of Study Course Sequence 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Additional Electives *Anatomy and Physiology Veterinary Studies Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Veterinary Medical Applications Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Advanced Animal Science and Small Animal Management Veterinary Medical Applications Practicum in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources 3 credits in the Agriculture Program of Study *Mathematical Applications in Agriculture Business Information Management Professional Communications Entrepreneur-ship Business, Marketing and Finance Money Matters All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 17

18 Endorsement: Business & Industry Pathway: Architecture & Construction Program of Study Course Sequence 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Additional Electives Architectural Design Architecture and Construction Architectural Design Principles of Architecture and Construction Advanced Architectural Design Architectural Design Practicum in Architectural Design 3 credits in the Architectural Design Program of Study Interior Design Entrepreneurship Architectural Design Construction Management Interior Design Architecture and Construction Architecture and Construction (.5 Credits) Construction Management Principles of Architecture and Construction Interior Design Principles of Architecture and Construction Advanced Construction Management Construction Management Advanced Interior Design Interior Design Practicum in Construction Management 3 credits in the Architectural Design Program of Study Practicum in Interior Design Prerequisite Interior Design and Advanced Interior Design Money Matters Business Information Management Professional Communications Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 18

19 Endorsement: Business & Industry Pathway: Arts, A/V & Communications Program of Study Course Sequence Animation Audio / Video Production Commercial Photography Fashion Design Graphic Design and Illustration 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Animation Arts, Audio/Video Technology Communications Audio / Video Production or Radio Broadcasting Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications Commercial Photography Arts, Audio/Video Technology Communications Fashion Design Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications Graphic Design and Illustration Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications Advanced Animation Graphic Design and Illustration Advanced Audio / Video Production Audio/Video Production Advanced Commercial Photography Commercial Photography Advanced Fashion Design Fashion Design Advanced Graphic Design and Illustration Graphic Design and Illustration Practicum in Graphic Design and Illustration 3 credits in Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Program of Study Practicum in Audio/Video Production 3 credits in Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Program of Study Practicum in Commercial Photography 3 credits in Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications Program of Study Practicum in Fashion Design 3 credits in Arts, Audio / Video Production and Communications Program of Study Practicum in Graphic Design and Illustration 3 credits in Arts, Audio / Video Technology and Communications Program of Study Additional Electives Advertising and Sales Promotion Entrepreneurship Business Marketing and Finance Business Information Management Professional Communications Fashion Marketing (.5 Credit) Banking and Financial Services (.5 Credit ) Art 2 Electronic Media Social Media Marketing All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 19

20 Endorsement: Business & Industry Pathway: Business Management & Administration Program of Study Course Sequence Accounting Business Information Business Management General Business 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Business Marketing & Finance Business, Marketing, & Finance Business, Marketing, & Finance Business, Marketing, & Finance Accounting I Principles Business, Marketing & Finance Business Information Management 1 Principles Business, Marketing & Finance Global Business Principles Business, Marketing & Finance Business Information Management 1 Principles Business, Marketing & Finance Accounting II Accounting 1 Business Information Management 2 Business Information Management 1 Business Management Global Business Accounting I Principles Business, Marketing & Finance Practicum in Business Management 3 credits in business courses Practicum in Business Management 3 credits in business courses Practicum in Business Management 3 credits in business courses Practicum in Business Management 3 credits in business courses Additional Electives Advertising and Sales Promotion Entrepreneurship Professional Communications Virtual Business (.5 Credit) Human Resources Management (.5 Credit ) Touch System Data Entry Social Media Marketing Business Law All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 20

21 Endorsement: Business & Industry Pathway: Business Communications Program of Study Course Sequence 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Additional Electives Debate Broadcast Journalism Newspaper Yearbook Public Speaking Debate I Journalism/ Photojournalism Journalism/ Photojournalism Journalism/ Photojournalism Professional Communications Debate II Debate 1 Advanced Broadcast Journalism I Journalism/ Photojournalism Newspaper I Journalism/ Photojournalism Yearbook 1 Journalism/ Photojournalism Public Speaking I None Oral Interpretation I Debate 1 Advanced Broadcast Journalism II Advanced Broadcast Journalism I Newspaper II Newspaper I Yearbook II Yearbook I Public Speaking II Public Speaking I Debate III Debate 2 Advanced Broadcast Journalism III Advanced Broadcast Journalism II Newspaper III Newspaper II Yearbook III Yearbook II Public Speaking III Public Speaking II Creative Writing Entrepreneurship Professional Communications Independent Study in Journalism (1 Credit) Business, Marketing, and Finance (.5 Credit ) Touch System Data Entry Social Media Marketing Program of Study Course Sequence Endorsement: Business & Industry Pathway: Finance 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Additional Electives Finance Business, Marketing, & Finance/ Banking and Financial Services (.5,.5 Credit) Accounting I/ Securities & Investments Business, Marketing and Finance Financial Analysis Accounting 1 Practicum in Business Management 3 credits in business courses Entrepreneurship Professional Communications Money Matters Business Law All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 21

22 Program of Study Course Sequence Fashion Marketing Sports and Entertainment Marketing Social Media Marketing Endorsement: Business & Industry Pathway: Marketing 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Business, Marketing, & Finance Business, Marketing, & Finance Business, Marketing, & Finance Advertising Sales and Promotion/ Fashion Marketing (.5,.5 Credit) Business, Marketing, and Finance Advertising Sales and Promotion/ Sports and Entertainment Marketing (.5,.5 Credit) Business, Marketing, and Finance Advertising Sales and Promotion/ Social Media Marketing (.5,.5 Credit) Business, Marketing, and Finance Marketing Dynamics 2 Credits of Marketing Courses Marketing Dynamics 2 Credits of Marketing Courses Marketing Dynamics 2 Credits of Marketing Courses Practicum in Marketing Dynamics Marketing Dynamics Practicum in Marketing Dynamics Marketing Dynamics Practicum in Marketing Dynamics Marketing Dynamics Additional Electives Entrepreneurship Professional Communications Virtual Business (.5 Credit) Human Resources Management (.5 Credit ) Business Law Money Matters All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 22

23 Endorsement: Business & Industry Pathway: Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Program of Study Course Sequence Aircraft Technology Automotive Technology Transportation Distribution and Logistics 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Energy, Power and Transportation Systems Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Automotive Technology Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Energy, Power and Transportation Systems Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Dual Aircraft Technology Energy, Power and Transportation Systems Advanced Automotive Technology Automotive Technology Dual Transportation Systems Management Energy, Power and Transportation Systems Dual Advanced Aircraft Technology Dual Aircraft Technology Practicum in Transportation, Distribution and Logistics 3 credits in the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Program of Study Dual Logistics, Planning and Management Systems 2 credits of dual transportation courses Additional Electives Advertising and Sales Promotion Energy, Power and Transportation Systems Entrepreneurship Business Marketing and Finance (.5 Credit) Business Information Management Professional Communications Banking and Financial Services (.5 Credit ) All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 23

24 Public Services Endorsement Pathway: Education & Training Program of Study Course Sequence 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Additional Electives Child Guidance Education and Training Education and Training Human Growth and Development Education and Training Instructional Practices in Education and Training Human Growth and Development Practicum in Education and Training (2 Credit) 2 Credits in Education and Training courses Child Development Professional Communications Money Matters Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Endorsement: Public Service Pathway: Government & Public Administration Program of Study Course Sequence Political Science Planning & Governance 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Government & Public Administration Government & Public Administration Political Science I Government & Public Administration Public Management & Administration Government & Public Administration Political Science II Political Science I Planning & Governance Public Management and Administration Practicum in Local, State & Federal Government (2 Credit) 2 credits in Local, State & Federal Government courses Practicum in Local, State, & Federal Government (2 Credit) 2 credits in Local, State & Federal Government courses Additional Electives Retailing & Etailing Business Management Professional Communications Money Matters Business Law All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 24

25 Program of Study Course Sequence Health Science Biotechnology Engineering Sports Medicine Endorsement: Public Service Pathway: Health Science 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Health Science and Medical Terminology (.5,.5 Credit) Health Science and Medical Terminology (.5,.5 Credit) Health Science and Medical Terminology (.5,.5 Credit) Health Science 1 (1Credit) Health Science and Medical Terminology Anatomy & Physiology Health Science and Medical Terminology Sports Medicine I (1Credit) Health Science and Medical Terminology Anatomy and Physiology Health Science 1 Biotechnology Anatomy & Physiology Sports Medicine II (1Credit) Sports Medicine I Endorsement: Public Service Pathway: Hospitality & Tourism Practicum in Health Science 2 credits of Health Science courses Advanced Biotechnology Biotechnology Practicum in Health Science 2 credits of Health Science courses Additional Electives Child Development Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Entrepreneurship Human Growth and Development Child Guidance Professional Communications Program of Study Course Sequence 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Additional Electives Entrepreneurship Culinary Arts Hospitality and Tourism AND Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness (.5,.5 Credit) Culinary Arts Hospitality and Tourism Advanced Culinary Arts Culinary Arts 1 Practicum in Culinary Arts (2 Credit) 2 Credits in Culinary Arts courses Business Management Professional Communications Money Matters Restaurant Management All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 25

26 Endorsement: Public Service Pathway: Human Services Program of Study Course Sequence Child Guidance Cosmetology Counseling and Mental Health Parenting (New Directions High School Only) Program of Study Course Sequence Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Human Services Professional Communications OR Entrepreneurship Human Services Human Services Endorsement: Public Service Pathway: Reserve Officer Training Corp 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade ROTC I Child Development (.5 Credits) Human Services or Education and Training Introduction to Cosmetology None Human Growth and Development (1 Credit) OR Psychology/ Sociology (.5,.5 Credit) None Dollars and Sense None ROTC II ROTC 1 Child Guidance Prerequisite Child Development Cosmetology I (3 Credits) Introduction to Cosmetology Counseling and Mental Health Human Growth and Development or Psychology/ Sociology Parenting for School Age Parents 1 Prerequisite Human Services ROTC III ROTC 2 Practicum in Human Services 2 credits of Human Services courses Cosmetology II (3 Credits) Cosmetology I Practicum in Human Services 2 credits of Human Services courses Parenting for School Age Parents 2 2 credits of Human Services courses ROTC IV ROTC 3 Additional Electives Advertising and Sales Promotion Money Matters Business Marketing and Finance Business Information Management Business Management Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Entrepreneurship Professional Communications Additional Electives Entrepreneurship Professional Communications All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 26

27 Endorsement: Public Service Pathway: Law, Public Safety, Security & Corrections Program of Study Course Sequence Law Enforcement Criminal Forensics 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Law, Public Safety, Security & Corrections Law, Public Safety, Security & Corrections Law Enforcement I Law, Public Safety, Security & Corrections Forensic Psychology Law, Public Safety, Security & Corrections Law Enforcement II Law Enforcement I Planning & Governance Forensic Psychology Practicum of Law Law, Public Safety, Security & Corrections (2 Credit) 2 credits in law courses Practicum of Law, Public Safety, Security & Corrections (2 Credit) 2 credits in law courses Additional Electives Court Systems and Practices Security Services Professional Communications Entrepreneurship (.5 Credit) *Forensic Science All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 27

28 Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Endorsement Pathway: Science Program of Study Course Sequence Aquatic Science Biology Chemistry Engineering Science Environmental Science Food Science Forensic Science 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Biology Biology Biology Biology Biology Biology Biology Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Physics Algebra 1 AND Aquatic Science Chemistry; Required Biology Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND Anatomy & Physiology Prerequisite 3 credits of science Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND AP Biology Biology, Chemistry Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND Engineering Design and Problem Solving Required Geometry, Algebra, Chemistry, Physics Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND AP Environmental Science Prerequisite Biology, physical science. Algebra I Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND Food Science Prerequisite Hospitality and Tourism; Required: 3 credits of science Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND Forensic Science Prerequisite Law and Law Enforcement I; Required: Biology, Chemistry, Scientific Research and Design Required 1 credit of science OR Environmental Systems Biology and 1 credit of science AP Biology Biology, Chemistry AP Chemistry Chemistry Scientific Research and Design Required 1 credit of science Scientific Research and Design Required 1 credit of science Scientific Research and Design Required 1 credit of science Scientific Research and Design Required 1 credit of science All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 28

29 Health Science Physics Space Science Veterinary Science Biology Biology Biology Biology Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1AND AP Physics 1 Geometry Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Chemistry Required 1Science and Algebra 1 Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND Anatomy & Physiology Prerequisite 3 credits of science AP Physics 2 Prerequisite Physics and Pre-Calculus Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND Earth and Space Science Prerequisite 3 credits of science and math Physics Prerequisite Algebra I AND Advanced Animal Science Prerequisite Biology and 1 science Medical Microbiology and Pathophysiology 3 credits of science AP Physics C Prerequisite Physics and Pre-Calculus Scientific Research and Design Required 1 credit of science OR Astronomy 1 credit of science Scientific Research and Design Required 1 credit of science All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 29

30 Endorsement: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Pathway: Technology Program of Study Course Sequence Computer Science Computer Maintenance Internetworking Web Technology 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Computer Science 1 PAP Information Technology Information Technology Information Technology AP Computer Science Prerequisite Computer Science 1 and Algebra 2 Computer Maintenance Information Technology Telecommunications & Networking Information Technology Digital and Interactive Media Information Technology Mobile Application Development OR Video Game Design Computer Science 1 Computer Technician Computer Maintenance Internetworking Technologies 1 Information Technology Web Technologies Information Technology Endorsement: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Pathway: Engineering Research in Information Technology Solutions 1 2 credits of advanced technology courses Research in Information Technology Solutions 1 2 credits of advanced technology courses Internetworking Technologies 2 Internetworking Technologies 1 Research in Information Technology Solutions 1 2 credits of advanced technology courses Program of Study Course Sequence Aerospace Engineering Digital Electronics 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Concepts of Engineering and Technology Concepts of Engineering and Technology Engineering Prerequisite Concepts of Engineering and Technology Engineering Prerequisite Concepts of Engineering and Technology Scientific Research and Design: Aerospace Engineering Prerequisite Engineering Digital Electronics Engineering Engineering Design and Problem Solving Prerequisite 3 credits of Engineering courses Engineering Design and Problem Solving Prerequisite 3 credits of Engineering courses Robotics Concepts of Engineering and Technology Engineering Prerequisite Concepts of Engineering and Technology Robotics and Automation Engineering Engineering Design and Problem Solving Prerequisite 3 credits of Engineering courses All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 30

31 Endorsement: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Pathway: Math Program of Study Course Sequence Calculus Statistics 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Algebra 1 Geometry *Student took Algebra 1 in MS. Algebra 1 Geometry AND Algebra 2 Algebra 2 Geometry Pre-Calculus Calculus Algebra 2 AND Statistics and Risk Management AP Statistics Engineering Math Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 AND Statistics and Risk Management Engineering Math Terminology Credit A course that awards high school credit and is calculated into the high school grade point average. Elective A course that a student chooses to take, although it is not specifically required. EOC End of Course. A subject specific exam required for student earning high school credit. Ex: Algebra I GPA Grade Point Average. A grade point average is calculated at the end of the year for all of the high school credit courses a 9-12 th grade student is enrolled in. Students who take high school credit courses in middle school will not have their grades calculated into the grade point average. GPC Grade Placement Committee igraduate Keller ISD s high school graduation plan Pre-AP Pre-Advanced Placement classes are higher level, more in-depth classes within a subject area. Successful completion of a Pre-AP level course prepares students for enrollment into high school AP (Advanced Placement) level courses. Prerequisite A requirement that must be met in order to take a specific course. All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 31

32 Required Course A specific course that a student must take and pass to be promoted to the next grade and ultimately to graduate from high school. Semester An 18 week segment of the 36 week school year. Two semesters make up the school year on the middle school level. STAAR State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness. This is a state mandated testing program. SSI - Student Success Initiative. The SSI, enacted by the 76th Texas Legislature in 1999, is a system of support structured to ensure that all students gain sufficient understanding of the knowledge and skills in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) curriculum. The SSI is composed of three initiatives that, together, support on-grade-level student achievement in mathematics and reading so that every student can succeed throughout his or her school career. STEM Stem courses are those in the following four areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math TEKS Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. The statewide curriculum mandated by the State Board of Education. All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to 32

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