Clusters
at Wayne High
School
What they mean to you!
For more information on: Clusters, ACT/SAT,
College, Career planning, FAFSA and
Scholarships visit:
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1st what classes are
required for everyone?
All Students must have 25 credits to graduate.
All Clusters require students to take
the following courses:
• English-- 4 credits
Social Studies-- 4 credits
• Math-- 4 credits: Alg1 
Science-- 3 credits
• Fine Art -- 1 credit
Computer Lit-- 1 credit
• P.E.-- 1 credit
Health-- 1 credit
Students will pick one of two
paths:
The skilled path meets the
requirements to attend a 2 year
college or technical school.
• Science -- 3 credits
• Recommended Electives or Cluster
Courses --6 credits
The College Path meets the requirements
to attend a 4 year college or university
• Foreign Language -- 2 credits
• Science -- 4 credits
• Recommended Ele. or Cluster Courses
-- 3 credits
The Six Clusters
Business and Marketing
Engineering and Technical
Fine Arts and Humanities
Health
Science & Natural Resources
Human Services
Business and Marketing
Teachers: Mrs. Marcum, Mrs. Oyler and Mrs. Vance
Microsoft Specialist
E-Business Publishing
Cluster Courses:
Cluster Courses:
• Word Processing
• Digital Imaging
• Spread Sheets (Excel)
• Web Page Publishing
• Computer Presentations
• Desktop Publishing
• Data Base (Access)
• Business Computer
Applications I
Business and Marketing
Recommended Electives:
Foreign Language I & II
Business Law
Speech/Oral Communications
Journalism
Economics
Psychology
Art I
Geography
JROTC 1-4
MU English 102
Upper Level Science
Higher Level Math
CTE Course
Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Business and Marketing
Careers
Advertising Managers
Sales Representatives
Budget Analysts
Sales Worker Supervisors
Buyers
Stock Sales Agents
Computer Managers
Travel Agents
Cost Estimators
Natural Science Managers
Financial Managers
Personal Financial Advisors
Human Resources Managers
Promotions Managers
Insurance Underwriters
Property Managers
Labor Relations Specialists
Public Relations Managers
Loan Officers and Counselors
Purchasing Agents
Marketing Managers
Purchasing Managers
Insurance Sales Agents
Real Estate Managers
Product Promoters
Tax Examiners, and Revenue Agents
Real Estate Brokers and Sales Agents
Web Page Designer
Engineering and Technical
Teachers: Mr. Fouch and Mr. Tanner
Welding
HVAC
Cluster Courses:
Cluster Courses:
• Fund. of Welding
• Air Conditioning
Fundamentals
• Thermal Cutting
• AC Basic Circuitry
• Shielded Arc Welding
• Domestic Refrigeration
• Gas Ark Welding
• AC Heating Systems
Engineering and Technical
Recommended electives for both:
Foreign Language I & II
Speech/Oral Communications
Economics
JROTC 1-4
MU English 102
Upper Level Science
CTE Course
Journalism
Psychology
Geography
Higher Level Math
Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Careers in Engineering and Technical
Medical Laboratory Technicians
Plasters and Stucco Masons
Semiconductor Processors
Roofers
Boilermakers
Iron and Metal Workers
Brick Masons, and Stonemasons
Assemblers
Carpenters
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
Tile Installers and Finishers
Painting and Coating Workers
Construction and Building Inspectors
Power Plant Operators
Construction Equipment Operators
Printing Machine Operators
Electricians
Textile Careers
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers
Tool and Die Makers
Heating and air conditioning installer
Waste Treatment Plant System Operators
Painters and Paperhangers
Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Workers
Plumbers, Pipe Fitters, and Steam Fitters
Fine Arts and Humanities
Art
Graphic Arts
Teacher Mr. Johnson
Teacher Mr. Ross
Cluster Courses:
Cluster Courses:
• Art I
• Art II
• Art III
• Art IV
• Fundamentals of
Graphic Design
• Electronic Imaging
• Platemaking
• Offset Press and
Binding
Fine Arts and Humanities
Band
Choir
Teacher Mr. Dunfee
Teacher Mr. Glover
Cluster Courses:
Cluster Courses:
• Band I
• Choir I
• Band II
• Choir II
• Band III
• Choir III
• Band IV
• Choir IV
Fine Arts and Humanities
Recommended electives for all:
Foreign Language I & II
Speech/Oral Communications
Economics
Geography
JROTC 1-4
Upper Level Science
CTE Course
Journalism
Psychology
Chorus/Band/Art
MU English 102
Higher Level Math
Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Careers Fine Arts and Humanities
Advertising and Promotions Manager
Music Director
Anthropologists
Painters and Illustrator
College Art, Drama, and Music Teachers,
Photographic Retoucher and Restorer
Broadcast News Analysts
Public Address System Announcer
Camera Operator
Radio Operator
Composer
Demonstrators and Product Promoter
Curator
Grips and Set-Up Worker
Editors
Makeup Artist
College English and Literature Teachers
Models
Film and Video Editors
Motion Picture Projectionist
College Foreign Language Teachers
Printing Press Machine Operator
Graphic Designer
Proofreader and Copy Marker
Health Services
Teacher: Mrs. Lusher and Mrs. Ellis
Diagnostic or Information Services
Cluster Courses:
• Health Care Fundamentals
• Concepts of Health Care
• Clinical Concepts
• Clinicals – 2 credits
Health Services
Recommended electives for both:
Foreign Language I & II
Speech/Oral Communications
Economics
Geography
JROTC 1-4
Upper Level Science
CTE Course
Journalism
Psychology
MU English 102
Higher Level Math
Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Careers in Health Services
Anesthesiologist
Athletic Trainer
Audiologist
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Dietitian and Nutritionist
Occupational Health Specialist
Occupational Therapist
Optician, Dispensing
Optometrist
Registered Nurse
Pharmacist
Respiratory Therapist
Physical Therapist
Cardiovascular Technologist
Physician Assistant
Dental Hygienist
Physician and Surgeon
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Podiatrist
Medical Records Technician
Radiation Therapist
Radiological Technologist
Recreational Therapist
Surgical Technologist
Speech-language pathologist
Clinical Laboratory Technologist
Science and Natural Resources
Science Teachers: Mr. D. Dyer, Mrs. Sanders-Wallace, Mr. Wright,
Mrs. Wright, Mr. Gibbs Natural Resource Teacher: Mr. C. Dyer
Science
Natural Resources
Cluster Courses:
Cluster Courses:
• Chemistry
• Horticulture
• Physics
• Landscape Design
• Environmental Earth
Science
• Turf Management
• Other Science
• Agricultural Experience
Science and Natural Resources
Recommended electives for both:
Foreign Language I & II
Business Law
Speech/Oral Communications
Journalism
Economics
Psychology
Geography
CTE Course
JROTC 1-4
MU English 102
Upper Level Science
Higher Level Math
Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Natural Resources
Art I
Careers in Science and Natural Resources
Small Animal Care
Astronomer
Horticulture
Geologist
Veterinary Assistant
Forester
Agriculture Farmer
Park Manager
Meteorologist
Physicist
Veterinarian
Safety Technology
Chemist
Botanist
Greenhouse Management
Natural Resources Manager
Turf Management
Conservation Officer
Nuclear Engineer
Landscaping
Mining Engineer
Civil Engineer
Environmental Engineer
Mechanical Engineer
Chemical Engineer
Aerospace Engineer
Human Services
Social Services/
Education
Teachers:
Ms. Hager, Mrs. Nicler and
Mrs. Perry
Cluster Courses
ProStart
JROTC
Teacher: Mrs. Nicler
Teachers: 1st Sgt. Abbott
and Staff Sgt. Taylor
Cluster Courses:
• Prostart 1A
Cluster Courses:
• JROTC I
•
Speech
•
Psychology
• Prostart 1B
• JROTC II
•
Parenting
• Prostart 2A
• JROTC III
•
Life Connections
• Prostart 2B
• JROTC IV
Human Services
Recommended electives for all:
Foreign Language I & II
BCA I & II
Psychology
Upper Level Science
Upper Level Math
MU English
Geography
Economics
JROTC
Speech
Journalism
CTE Courses
Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Prostart
Baking/Food Preparation
Art I
JROTC
Consumer Math
P.E.
Careers in Human Services
Air Force
Beautician
Chef
Fireman
Lawyer/Attorney
Police Officer
Social Worker
Army
Elementary Teacher
Cook
Paralegal
Navy/Marines
Counselor
Waiter/Waitress
Middle School Teacher
Child Care
Criminal Justice
Custodian
Secondary Teacher
Food Handler
Restaurant Manager
Hotel Manager
Remember
Preparation is Key
Where do you want to be in
10 years?
Career, Income, Home, Car,
Family, etc.
Helpful Information
• Promise Scholarship: 3.0 GPA, ACT-22
composite, 20 in each subcategory.
• Colleges look at GPA, ACT, and
social
involvement: Band, Sports, Clubs, Etc.
Remember to Set
Long Term Goals
• Research Careers that interest
you before you select a cluster.
• Don’t pick one just to be with
your friends.
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