Course Enrollment
For the sophomore
class
of
2015-2016
How do you choose courses?
What type of education/training is required for your
planned career area/job?
What schools offer the career area/program?
Have you investigated admission requirements?
Have you prepared by enrolling in challenging high
school courses?
Basic preparation
Meet ECA requirements in Algebra I
and English 10
Earn a diploma
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Regular diploma
Core 40 diploma
Academic Honors diploma
Technical Honors diploma
Core 40 Diploma
English
8 credits
Eng 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course
Mathematics
6 credits
Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II
Social Studies
6 credits
World History (full year)
US History (full year)
Government & Econ (1 semester each)
Science
6 credits
Must include: Biology I, and ICP, or Chemistry, or Physics,
And one other science course
Health
1 credit
1 semester
PE
2 credits
2 semesters
Directed
Electives
5 credits
In any combination selected from World Languages, Fine
Arts & Career/Technical
Local Grad. Req.
1 credit
Preparation for College and Careers
Total Credits
40 credits
Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma
English
8 credits
English 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course
8 credits
Must include: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II,
And 2 credits from the following: Trigonometry, Probability
and Statistics, or Pre-calculus/Trigonometry
Social Studies
6 credits
World History (full year)
US History (full year)
Government & Econ (1 semester each)
Science
6 credits
Must include: Biology I, and ICP, or Chemistry, or Physics,
And one other science course
Health
1 credit
1 semester
PE
2 credits
2 semesters
World
Languages
6 or 8
credits
3 years (6 credits) of one language
OR
2 years (4 credits) of two different languages
Fine Arts
2 credits
2 semesters of visual art, instrumental music, vocal music
or theatre arts
Local Grad. Req.
1 credit
Preparation for College and Careers
Total Credits
47 credits
*Must have GPA of 3.0 by end of senior year
*No semester grade below C- in the 47 required credits
Mathematics
Additional considerations for
Academic Honors Diploma:
Must complete ONE of the following:
4 AP credits and corresponding AP exams –ORDual HS/college courses resulting in 6 college credits from
the priority dual credit course list. –OR2 AP credits and corresponding AP exam and a dual
HS/college course resulting in 3 college credits –OR1750 or higher on SAT(3 sections, no score less than a 530
on any section –ORACT composite of 26 or above, must include writing
Indiana Department of Education
Guidance Document for Priority Dual Credit Courses
JHS CLASS
*Psychology
Sociology
*Intro. To Ethics
AP Government
*US HIst. Hon. S1
*US HIst. Hon. S2
*French 4
*Spanish 4
*Pre-Calc. S1
*Pre-Calc. S2
AP Calculus
AP Physics.
Earth Space Hon.
*Anat. and Phys. S1
*Anat. and Phys. S2
AP Chemistry
AP Lit and Comp. S1
AP Lit and Comp. S2
AP Lang and Comp. S1
AP Lang and Comp. S2
*E/L Comp.
*Adv. Speech /Comm.
DC Inst.
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Course number
PSY 101 General Psychology
SOC 201 Intro. To Sociology
PHIL 220 Intro. To Ethics
GOV 201 Amer. Gov.
HIS 241 American History
HIS 242American History
French 101, 101L (Lab)
SPAN 101, 101L (Lab)
MATHCollege Algebra
MATH 120 Trigonometry
MATH 216 Calculus
PHY 101, 101L (Lab)
PHCS 101, 101L (Lab)
BIO 301 Bas. Hum. Anat.(Lab)
BIO 302 Bas. Hum. Anat.(Lab)
CHEM 101, 101L
ENG 201 Mstr Pieces Wrld. Lit.
ENG 101 English Comp.
ENG 215 Intro to Amer. Lit.
ENG 102 English Comp.
ENG 101 English Comp.
ENG 202 Fund. of Speech
Cred Hrs.
3
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3
3
3
3
4
4
3
3
4
4
4
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Sem. of Reg
1 or 2
1 or 2
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2
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*Intro. To Eng. PLTW
*Princ. Of Eng. PLTW
*Digital Elect. PLTW
*HOSA
*Medical Terms.
*Info. Comm. And Tech
*Auto. II
*Auto. II
*Auto. II
*Auto. II
*Early Child Educ.
*Early Child Educ.
*Early Child Educ. II
*Welding II
*Welding II
*Welding II
*Welding II
*Welding II
*Radio/TV I
*Radio/TV II VU
*Radio/TV II VU
*Precision Machines I
*Precision Machines I
*Precision Machines I
*Precision Machines I
*Precision Machines II
*Precision Machines II
Ivy Tech
DESN 102
Ivy Tech
DESN 104 CAD Fund.
Ivy Tech
EECT 112
Ivy Tech
HLHS 100 Intro. To Hlth Car.
Ivy Tech
HLHS 101 Medical Terms. 3
Ivy Tech
CINS 101 Intro. To Microcomp.
Ivy Tech
AUTC 100 Intro. to Trans. 1
Ivy Tech
AUTC 107 Engine Fund. 3
Ivy Tech
AUTC 122 Braking Systems
Ivy Tech
AUTC 127 Engine Repair 3
Ivy Tech
ECED 101 Hlth Safety and Nut.
Ivy Tech
ECED 100 Intro. to Early Child.
Ivy Tech
ECED 103 Curriculum Plan.
Ivy Tech
WELD 100 Welding Processes
Ivy Tech
WELD 103 Arc Welding
3
Ivy Tech
WELD 108 Shielded Metal Arc
Ivy Tech
WELD 207 Welding
Ivy Tech
INDT 114 Introductory Welding
VU
MCOM 102Intro. to A/V Prod.
MDIA 120 Audio Production
3
MDIA 140 Video Production
3
VU
PMTD 110, 110L (Lab)
VU
PMTD 117
VU
PMTD 118
VU
PMTD 119
VU
PMTD 111
VU
PMTD 112
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Core 40 Technical Honors Diploma
English
8 credits
Eng 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course
Mathematics
6 credits
Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II
Social Studies
6 credits
World History (full year)
US History (full year)
Government & Econ (1 semester each)
Science
6 credits
Must include: Biology I, and ICP, or Chemistry, or Physics,
and one other science course
Health
1 credit
1 semester
PE
2 credits
2 semesters
Electives
12 credits
Complete a Career Technical program in a related
sequence of courses resulting in 8-10 career-tech credits
Local Grad. Req.
1 credit
Preparation for College and Careers
Total Credits
47 credits
*Must have GPA of 3.0 by end of senior year
*No semester grade below C- in the 47 required 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 stateapproved College & Career Pathway and one of the following:
Pathway designated industry-based certification or credential,
or
Pathway dual credits from the lists of priority courses resulting in 6
transcripted college credits
Complete one of the following,
- Any one of the 5 options for the Core 40 with Academic Honors
- Earn the following scores or higher on WorkKeys; Reading for Information
– Level 6, Applied Mathematics – Level 6, and Locating Information-Level 5.
- Earn the following minimum score(s) on Accuplacer: Writing 80, Reading
90, Math 75.
- Earn the following minimum score(s) on Compass; Algebra 66, Writing 70,
Reading 80.
General Diploma
Beginning with students who enter high school in 20072008, completion of Core 40 becomes a graduation
requirement.
A general diploma is only available to students whose
parents feel students are unable to complete the Core 40
curriculum.
To graduate with less than Core 40, a formal Opt-out
process must be completed.
Beginning in fall 2011, Core 40 will be an admissions
requirement to attend a public four-year university in
Indiana (Core 40 is a minimum requirement – colleges
may have additional admissions requirements).
General Diploma
English
8 credits
Eng 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course
Mathematics
4 credits
Must include 2 credits in Algebra I
Social Studies
6 credits
World History (full year)
US History (full year)
Government & Econ (1 semester each)
Science
6 credits
Biology I and two more science courses
Health
1 credit
1 semester
PE
2 credits
2 semesters
Career Academic
Sequence
6 credits
Electives selected to take advantage of career
exploration
Local Grad. Req.
1 credit
Comp. Apps., or Pers. Finance, or
Preparation for College Careers
Total Credits
40 credits
Core 40 Opt-Out Triggers
A parent may request that a student be exempted from
the Core 40 curriculum and be required to complete the
general diploma to graduate, or
The student does not pass at least three (3) courses
required under the Core 40 curriculum, or
The student receives a score on the graduation
examination that is in the twenty-fifth percentile or lower
when taking the graduation exam for the first time.
***If the decision is made to opt-out of Core 40, the student
is required to complete the course/credit requirements
for a general diploma and the career/academic
sequence the student will pursue is determined.
Core 40 Opt-Out Process
The student, the student’s parent/guardian, and
the student’s counselor meet to discuss the
student’s progress.
The student’s career/course plan is reviewed.
The student’s parent/guardian determines
whether the student will achieve greater
educational benefits by completing the general
curriculum or the Core 40 curriculum.
Opt-Out form signed by parent and student
10th Grade Enrollment
Decisions
English
Social Studies
Math
Science
Foreign Language
Electives
Considerations for course
selection:
Any English, math, or science course that
you did not pass must be repeated.
Have you completed health and PE?
Strength of schedule is very important to
four-year colleges. Four college prep
classes/semester recommended.
English Choices
English 10 or English 10, Honors
Recommendation of B- in English 9, Honors or A+ in
English 9
Refer to course description booklet for detailed
recommendations.
Electives:
Interactive Media
Social Studies
World History, World History Honors, or
AP World History
Refer to course description booklet for
detailed recommendations
Math Choices
Algebra I
Algebra I, Honors
Geometry, Honors
Algebra II
Algebra II, Honors
***Check with your math teacher for their
recommendation.
Science Choices
Course
Recommendation
Integrated Chemistry/Physics
Biology I
Chemistry I
Biology I and Algebra I
Chemistry I, Honors*
Biology I, Honors and Algebra I, Honors
*Chemistry I, Honors recommended for all dual credit science classes
PLTW BioMed Science option
The PLTW BioMed Science course will
count towards a third year science credit
for all diploma types.
World Languages
French I or II
German I or II
Spanish I, II, or III
Colleges prefer to see advanced study
of one language, however, at least two
years of a foreign language are
recommended.
Now for:
Electives
Art
Full Year Courses
Introduction & Advanced 2D Art**
Full Year Courses
Introduction & Advanced 2D Art**
Drawing I and II
Art History/ Adv. Art History
**Must take this course before taking any other art course
First Semester
Second Semester
Ceramics
Fiber Arts
Sculpture
Intro to 3D Art
Science related PLTW
Curriculum
Principles of the Biomedical Sciences
Human Body Systems
Medical Interventions
All PLTW BioMed Classes will count
towards a science credit.
Second Biomedical Course
HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS (PROJECT LEAD THE WAY):
Students examine the interactions of body systems as they
explore identity, communication, power, movement,
protection, and homeostasis. Students design experiments,
investigate the structures and functions of the human body,
and use data acquisition software to monitor body functions
such as muscle movement, reflex and voluntary action, and
respiration. Exploring science in action, students build organs
and tissues on a skeletal manikin, work through interesting
real world cases and often play the role of biomedical
professionals to solve medical mysteries.
Business
All students must have 1 credit of Comp. Apps., or Personal Fin., or Prep. For College and Careers.
First Semester only
Second Semester only
Intro. To Business
Intro. To Comm.
Prin. of marketing
Info. Comm. And Tech.
Available First or Second Semester
Preparation for College and Careers
Entrep. And New Ventures, Prin. Of Bus. Mgmt.
Full Year courses
Interactive Media
Accounting I
Business Math
Radio TV (I) and (II)
Family & Consumer Science
First Semester
Second Semester
Interpersonal Relations
Child Development
Interpersonal Relations
Adv. Child Dev.
Full Year Courses
Nutrition/Wellness
Music
Vocal Music
Beginning Chorus
Intermediate Chorus
Advanced Chorus*
Instrumental Music
Dance Performance* (Flag line with Band)
Band/Intermediate Band*
Band/Advanced Band*
All are full year courses except Dance
Performance
*Audition required
Physical Education
P.E. II
Lifeguard Training (2nd semester only)
Must be able to swim 500 yds continuously using several specific
strokes, tread water for 2 min using legs only, and submerge to 7-10
ft to retrieve a 10 lb object and return with it to the surface.
Strength and Conditioning
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S/C class for Male athletes
S/C class for Female/Female athletes
S/C class for non-athletes
Check your transcript to make sure you
have completed 2 semesters of PE
Technology
Intro. and Advanced Manufacturing
Focuses on the process of applying engineering,
technological, scientific principles in design,
production & operation of products, structures and
system.
Students use modern technological processes,
computers, CAD software and production
systems
Each semester contains its own set of activities,
therefore students may take the two semesters
independently of one another
Technology
Project Lead the Way
Introduction to Engineering Design – Algebra I required
Principles of Engineering (need IED)
Digital Electronics (need IED and POE)
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (need IED and
POE)(not offered 2015-2016)
Civil Engineering and Architecture (need IED and POE)
Engineering Design and Development – capstone
course
Computer Science Engineering
Theatre Arts
Theatre Arts I and II – first year course
***Audition required
*will meet fine art requirement for academic
honors diploma
Vocational Programs to consider
for future planning
Available for juniors
Auto Mechanics
Building Trades
Welding
IT:ISS (A+ cert) – need
Algebra I & PCC
Machine Trades
ICE
Internship
Early Childhood Development
All take multiple periods per day.
Available for seniors
Same as junior year
Plus
Health Science Education
Accel. Health Science
Education
Health Science Education –
Intro. to Pharmacy
Criminal Justice
Early Childhood Development
– need Child Dev & Parenting
IT:Network Sys – need IT:ISS
Cadet Teaching
Ivy Tech College Credit Classes
Auto Mechanics I – 6
credit hours
Auto Mechanics II – 6
credit hours
Welding II – 15 credit
hours
There will be no extra
charge for college
tuition for the credit
hours
Students must earn a
grade of “B” or better
to receive the college
credit.
Things to remember….
 Student schedules change each semester. Order of classes and teachers can change. We
cannot accommodate requests for specific teachers or class periods.
 There are several opportunities to change classes, however, many of the popular classes fill
up and may close. Selecting the classes you want at registration important.
 Keep track of all dual credit coursework
 You can make changes to your course requests until June 30. After June 30 no changes will
be made until AFTER school resumes in August.
 Transcripts are distributed to students at the beginning of each semester. Please check them
for accuracy
 On the enrollment form Study Hall has a 100 and/or 200 course number. 100 is first
semester and 200 is second semester.
 For Academic Honors Diploma-Dual HS/college courses resulting in 6 college credits
from the DOE Dual Credit Priority Course list –OR-2 AP credits and corresponding AP
exam and a dual HS/college course resulting in 3 college credits-OR-combination of both
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