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2022 – 2023
TOPEKA PUBLIC SCHOOLS:
HIGH SCHOOL
PROGRAM OF STUDIES

Topeka Public Schools

624 SW 24th Street

Topeka, KS 66611

785-295-3000

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The Topeka Public Schools, Unified School District No. 501 is committed to affirmative action and equal opportunity. No person shall, on the basis of age, race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, disability, national origin or ancestry be denied lawful access to any appropriate educational service, program or activity provided by the school district. The Title VI and Title IX compliance coordinator is the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching/Learning/Administration. The Section 504/Title II compliance coordinator is the Coordinator of College and Career Ready Services. For employment, the EEO/AA officer is the general director of human resources. All compliance coordinators may be contacted at 624 SW 24th Street, Topeka, KS 66611-1294, (785) 295-3000. The clerk of the Board of Education has been designated to receive and redirect or handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies, regulations and procedures. The clerk may be contacted by calling (785) 295-3045 or by writing to 624 SW 24th Street, Topeka, KS 66611-1294.


Table of Contents

Career Cluster Programs of Study        4

Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers (TCALC)        36

Requirements for Enrollment        36

Types of Strands and Courses Offered        36

Transportation to TCALC Facility        36

Graduation Requirements & Kansas Board of Regents Curriculum        37

Enrollment Requirements        38

Kansas Qualified Admissions        38

Grade Level Classifications        38

Kansas State High School Activities Association Eligibility        38

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Eligibility        39

Honors, Pre-AP & AP Classes        39

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT WITH WASHBURN UNIVERSITY        40

TOPEKA PUBLIC SCHOOLS REGULATION 6150-4        40

Topeka Public Schools and Washburn University (WU)        40

Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (CEP) Courses        40

Concurrent Enrollment Partnership National Equity Lab Courses        40

Washburn Institute of Technology        40

Enrollment Procedure        40

Post-Secondary Courses and Eligibility        41

Credit/No Credit Options for High School Students        41

Weighted Courses and Grade Point Average        42

Independent Study        43

Religion Program Credit        43

Home-Schooled Students        43

SPECIAL PROGRAMS        43

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) - HPHS & THS        43

English Language Learners (ELL) - HPHS, THS & TWHS        43

Topeka High School International Studies Program        43

Jobs for America’s Graduates - HPHS, THS, and TWHS        45

Junior ROTC - HPHS, THS, and TWHS        46

Highland Park High School Air Force JROTC        46

Topeka West High School Army JROTC        46

Topeka High School Marine Corps JROTC        46

Topeka West Leadership Studies Program        47

Leadership Studies Graduation Distinction Requirements        47

COURSE LISTS BY DEPARTMENT        48

Business Education        48

English Language Learners (ELL)        48

(FACS) Family and Consumer Science        48

Fine Arts        49

Language Arts        50

Mathematics        51

Miscellaneous Programs        51

Physical Education        52

Resource/Intensive Instruction        53

JROTC        54

Science        55

Social Studies        55

TCALC Programs        56

Trade & Industry        58

World Languages        59

Washburn Institute of Technology        59

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS        60

BUSINESS EDUCATION        60

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS        62

(FACS) FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES        63

FINE ARTS        65

Theater & Performance Arts        65

Visual Arts        66

Instrumental Music        69

Vocal Music        69

LANGUAGE ARTS        72

English Language        72

Journalism        73

Literature        73

Reading        74

Speech Arts        74

Writing        75

MATHEMATICS        76

MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS        78

PHYSICAL EDUCATION        83

RESOURCE        84

INTENSIVE INSTRUCTION        87

JROTC        91

SCIENCE        94

SOCIAL STUDIES        98

TCALC PROGRAMS        101

Animal Sciences        101

Architecture, Design, & Construction        102

Baking & Pastry Arts Management        102

Emergency Fire & Management        103

Engineering & Applied Math        104

Medical Professions        105

Sports Medicine        105

Teaching as a Profession        106

Web & Digital Communications        106

Computer Science        107

Digital Media        108

Law & Public Service        108

Miscellaneous        109

TRADE & INDUSTRY        110

WORLD LANGUAGES        111

Career Cluster Programs of Study

Architecture & Construction - Architecture, Design & Construction Pathway

Career Cluster Program of Study

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Minimum Graduation Requirements

SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Physical Dimensions of Health -1 cr

Fine Arts ● 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance or

Economics - .5 credit

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Design & Pre-Construction

Assessment

OSHA 10

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

FCCLA

 Skills USA

 Robotics Club

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2 Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Woodworking Principles (CC)✓ 1 cr

Carpentry (CC)✓ 1 credit

Furniture & Cabinetry Fab (CC)✓ 1 cr

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

Film as Literature

Sports Literature

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

AP Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Intro to Industrial Tech (TCALC)✓ .5 cr

Woodworking Principles (TCALC)✓ 1 cr

Drafting/CAD (TCALC )✓ .5 cr

Drafting Arch/Mech (TCALC)✓ 1 cr

Carpentry (TCALC)✓ 1 credit

Architecture, Design &

Construction Pathway

@TCALC

Drafting & Design

@WIT

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

Mythology

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

The Great Plays

AP English Literature & Comp*

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB &  BC

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

AP Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Carpentry (TCALC) ✓ 1 credit

Architectural Design (TCALC)- 1 cr

Research/Dsgn Pre-Constr (TCALC)-1 cr

Furniture & Cabinetry Fabrication✓ 1 cr

Architecture, Design &

Construction Pathway

@TCALC

Drafting & Design

@WIT

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Architecture, Design & Construction Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Bryan University

Manhattan Area Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Northwest KS Technical College

Washburn Institute of Technology

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Fort Scott Community College

Garden City Community College

Hesston College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Barclay College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Donnelly College

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Haskell Indian Nations University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

Manhattan Christian College

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

Drury University

East Central College

Grantham University

Missouri University of Science & Technology

Ozarks Technical Community College

State Fair Community College

State Technical College of Missouri

University of Missouri - Kansas City

Washington University in St. Louis

Sample Careers by Education Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate’s Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Bricklayers

Stonemasons

Cement Masons

Cabinetmakers & Carpenters

Drywall Finishers, Installers & Plasterers

Electricians

Fence Builders

Heating & Cooling System Mechanics

Line Installers & Repairers

Plumbers & Pipefitters

Roofers

Sheet Metal Workers

Structural Metal Workers

Surveying & Mapping Technicians

Tile Setters

Highway Maintenance Workers

Paving Equip Operators

Commercial Divers

Drafters

Energy Auditors

Interior Designers

Architects

Commercial Divers

Drafters

Energy Auditors

Interior Designers

Architects, Except Landscape & Naval

Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary

Engineering Managers

Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary

Historians

Operations Research Analysts

Political Scientists

Sociologists

Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary

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Arts, A/V Communications & Visual Arts - Digital Media

Career Cluster Program of Study

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Minimum Graduation Requirements

SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health -1 cr

Fine Arts ● 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance ✓.5 cr

Integrated Computer Apps ✓.5 cr

21st Century Journalism ✓.5 cr

Digital Media Technology ✓.5 cr

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Adobe Certifications

Microsoft Office Specialist

Certifications

 OSHA CareerSafe

 Fundamentals of Project

Mgmt

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

 Skills USA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Graphic Design 1 ✓.5 credit

Photojournalism ✓.5 credit

A/V Production Fundamentals ✓.5 cr

Principles of Marketing ✓1 credit

Digital Photography  1 ✓.5 credit

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Graphic Design 2 (HS/TCALC) ✓1 cr

Photojournalism ✓.5 credit

Video Production (HS/TCALC) ✓1 cr

Digital Photography 1 ✓.5 cr

Digital Marketing (TCALC) ✓.5 cr

AV Production Fund (HS/TCALC) 1 cr

Digital Marketing (TCALC) .5 cr

Adv Publications (Newspaper or

Yearbook) ✓1 credit

Digital Media

@TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

College Public Speaking*

AP English Literature & Comp*

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB &  BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Economics

Psychology

Sociology

Graphic Design 2 ✓1 credit

Photojournalism ✓.5 cr

A/V Production Fundamentals ✓.5 cr

Digital Photography 1 ✓.5 credit

Adv Publications (Newspaper or

Yearbook) ✓1 credit

Digital Media Proj Mgt (HS/TCALC)✓1 cr

Digital Media Dsgn/Prod (HS/TCALC)✓1cr

Media/Public Relations (TCALC) ✓.5 cr

Digital Media

@TCALC

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Digital Media Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Manhattan Area Technical College

N Central KS Technical College

Northwest KS Technical College

Washburn Institute of Technology

Barton Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Garden City Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Bethany College

Central Christian College of KS

Friends University

Kansas Wesleyan University

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

University of Kansas

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

Columbia College

Drury University

Jefferson College

Kansas City Art Institute

Metropolitan Community College

National American University

Northwest Missouri State University

Park University

Ranken Technical College

Rockhurst University

University of Missouri St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis

Webster University

William Jewell College

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Bookbinders & Bindery Workers

Camera/Photographic Equipment Repairers

Communications Equipment Mechanics

Designers

Movie Projectionists

Photographers

Printing Press Operators

Proofreaders

Ushers & Ticket Takers

Audio/Video Equipment Technicians

Broadcast Technicians & Sound Engineering Techs

Camera Operators, Film & Video Editors

Communications Equipment Mechanics

Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers

Desktop Publishers & Page Layout Workers

Directors: Stage, Motion Pictures, Television, & Radio

Electronic Home Entertainment Installers/Repairers

Fashion Designers & Interior Designers

Multimedia Artists & Animators

Music Directors

Poets, Lyricists & Creative Writers

Producers

Radio Mechanics & Operators

Telecommunications Equipment Installers & Repairers

Agents and Business Managers

Animators & Multimedia Artists

Broadcast News Analysts & News Reporters

Copy Writers, Technical Writers & Editors

Directors: Stage, Motion Pictures, Television, & Radio

Film & Video Editors

Graphic Designers

Industrial Designers

Interpreters & Translators

Museum Technicians & Conservators

Poets, Lyricists & Creative Writers

Proofreaders & Copy Markers

Reporters & Correspondents

Set & Exhibit Designers

Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary

Communications Teachers, Postsecondary

English Language Teachers, Postsecondary

English Literature Teachers, Postsecondary

Historians

Librarians

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Arts, A/V Communications & Visual Arts - Graphic Design

Career Cluster Program of Study

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Minimum Graduation Requirements

SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

21st Century Journalism

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health -1 cr

Fine Arts ● 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance .5 cr

Integrated Computer Apps .5 cr

Design .5 credit

Principles of Illustration .5 cr

School-Based:

Naviance  Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Adobe Certifications

OSHA CareerSafe

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

FCCLA

 Skills USA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

21st Century Journalism

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Graphic Design 1 .5 credit

Integrated Computer Apps .5 cr

Multimedia 1 credit

World Language -1 credit

Digital Photography 1 ✓.5 credit

Principles of Illustration .5 cr

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Graphic Design 2 (HS/TCALC) 1 cr

Media Tech Workplace Experience 1 cr

Digital Photography 1 ✓.5 credit

Project Management (TCALC) 1  cr

12

Senior Composition*

College Public Speaking*

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Economics

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Graphic Design 2 (HS/TCALC) ✓1 cr

Media Tech Workplace Experience ✓1 cr

Digital Photography 1 ✓.5 credit

Project Management (TCALC) ✓1  cr

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Graphic Design Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Flint Hills Technical College

Manhattan Area Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Washburn Institute of Technology

Barton Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Garden City Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Bethany College

Central Christian College of KS

Friends University

Kansas Wesleyan University

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

University of Kansas

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

Columbia College

Drury University

Jefferson College

Kansas City Art Institute

Metropolitan Community College

National American University

Northwest Missouri State University

Park University

Ranken Technical College

Rockhurst University

University of Missouri St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis

Webster University

William Jewell College

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Bookbinders and Bindery Workers

Camera/Photographic Equipment Repairers

Communications Equipment Mechanics

Designers

Movie Projectionists

Photographers

Printing Press Operators

Proofreaders

Ushers and Ticket Takers

Audio and Video Equipment Technicians

Broadcast Technicians and Sound Engineering Techs

Camera Operators, Film and Video Editors

Communications Equipment Mechanics

Computer, Automated Teller, & Office Machine Repairers

Desktop Publishers and Page Layout Workers

Directors: Stage, Motion Pictures, Television, and Radio

Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers/Repairers

Fashion Designers and Interior Designers

Multimedia Artists and Animators

Music Directors and Producers

Poets, Lyricists and Creative Writers

Radio Mechanics and Operators

Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers

Agents and Business Managers

Animators and Multimedia Artists

Broadcast News Analysts and News Reporters

Copy Writers, Technical Writers and Editors

Directors: Stage, Motion Pictures, Television, and Radio

Film and Video Editors

Graphic Designers

Interpreters and Translators

Multimedia Artists and Animators

Museum Technicians and Conservators

Poets, Lyricists and Creative Writers Proofreaders & CopyMakers

Reporters and Correspondents

Set and Exhibit Designers

Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary

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Business Management

Career Cluster Program of Study

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Minimum Graduation Requirements

SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health-1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Intro to Business.5 credit

Culinary Essentials.5 credit

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Adobe Illustrator Certification

 MBA Research Standard Bus. Mgmt & Admin exam

 Fundamental Business Concepts

 Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications

 QuickBooks Certified User

 Digital Literacy Certification

OSHA 10

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

 Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Intro to Business.5 cr

Principles of Marketing.5 cr

Accounting 1.5 credit

Accounting 2.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 cr

Entrepreneurship.5 credit

Culinary Essentials.5 credit

Carpentry.5 credit

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Principles of Marketing.5 cr

Entrepreneurship.5 credit

Accounting 1.5 credit

Accounting 2.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 cr

Web Design.5 credit

Business Management.5 cr

Business Economics.5 cr

Applied Business Mgmt1 cr

Carpentry.5 credit

Business Program

@WIT

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Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP USGovernment

Current Social Issues

Economics

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Business Communications-.5 cr

Web Design.5 credit

Business Management.5 cr

Business Economics.5 cr

Applied Business Mgmt1 cr

Business Program

@WIT

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Flint Hills Technical College

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Colby Community College

Garden City Community College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

Labette Community College

KS City KS Community College

Seward County Community College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

University of Kansas

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

Avila University

College of the Ozarks

Columbia College

Drury University

Metropolitan Community College

Missouri State University

St. Louis Community College

University of Missouri: Columbia

University of Missouri: Kansas City

Washington University in St. Louis

William Jewell College

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Billing Clerks

Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerks

Computer Operators

Copy Machine Operators

Couriers and Messengers

Data Entry

File Clerks

General Office Clerks

Human Resources Assistants

Interviewing Clerks

Mail Clerks

Order Clerks and Stock Clerks

Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks

Receptionists

Secretaries

Shipping and Receiving Clerks Typists

Court Reporters

First-Line Supervisors/Managers

General and Operations Managers

Production and Operating Workers

Administrative Services Managers

Advertising Managers

Business Executives

Computer and Information Systems Managers

Employee Training Specialists

Employment Interviewers and Recruiters

Human Resources Managers

Job Benefits and Analysis Specialists

Management Analysts

Market Research Analysts

Meeting and Convention Planners

Property and Real Estate Managers

Public Relations Managers, Specialists

Purchasing Manager and Sales Managers

Regulatory Affairs Specialists

Social and Community Services Managers

Storage and Distribution Managers

Business Teacher, Postsecondary

Chief Executives

Controller, Treasurers

Economists

Medical and Health Services Managers

Operations Research Analysts

Statisticians

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health- 1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal

Finance .5 credit

Career & Life Planning.5 credit

Human Growth & Develop ✓ .5 cr

School-Based:

 Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Education Fundamentals

 Paraprofessional Certification

OSHA CareerSafe

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

FCCLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Career & Life Planning.5 credit

Human Growth & Develop .5 cr

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century/Global Comms

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Probability & Statistics*

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Teaching Observation (TCALC).5 cr

Teaching as a Career(TCALC) 1 cr

Teaching as a

Profession

@TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century/Global Comms

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Probability & Statistics*

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Ethnic Studies

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Teaching Observation (TCALC).5 cr

Teaching Internship (TCALC)1 cr

Educational Leadership Trng (TCALC)✔1cr

Teaching as a

Profession

@TCALC

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Bryan University

Manhattan Area Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Northwest KS Technical College

Washburn Institute of Technology

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Fort Scott Community College

Garden City Community College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Labette Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Barclay College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Donnelly College

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Haskell Indian Nations University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

Manhattan Christian College

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

Drury University

East Central College

Grantham University

Harris-Stowe State University

Lincoln University

Rockhurst University

St. Louis Community College

State Fair Community College

State Technical College of Missouri

University of Missouri - Kansas City

Washington University in St. Louis

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Audio-Visual Specialists

Coaches and Scouts

Library Assistant

Teacher Aides

Adult and Vocational Education Instructors

Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors

Library Technical Assistants

Preschool Teachers

Teacher Assistants

Adult and Vocational Education Instructors

Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, GED Teachers

Audio-Visual Specialists

Education Administrators

Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle/High School Teachers

Employee Training Specialists

Poets, Lyricists, and Creative Writer

Public Health Educators

Special Education Teachers

Adult and Vocational Education Instructors

Audiologist or Speech Pathologist

Coaches and Scouts

College and University Administrator

Curriculum/Instruction Coordinators

Dieticians and Nutritionist

Historian or Librarian

School Administrator or Teacher

School Psychologist

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Finance - Business Finance

Career Cluster Program of Study

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health-1 cr

Fine Arts ● 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Intro to Business.5 credit

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications

 QuickBooks Certified User

 Concepts of Finance Certification

 Digital Literacy Certification

OSHA 10

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Intro to Business.5 credit

Accounting 1.5 credit

Accounting 2.5 credit

Business Communications - .5 cr

World Language - 1 credit

Entrepreneurship✓ - .5 credit

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century/Global Comms

Debate/Forensics

Hispanic Literature

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Entrepreneurship.5 credit

Business Law.5 credit

Accounting 1.5 credit

Accounting 2.5 credit

Advanced Accounting1 cr

Banking & Finance.5 cr

Investing.5 credit

Business Communications- .5 cr

World Language- 1 credit

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century/Global Comms

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Economics

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Business Law.5 credit

Advanced Accounting1 cr

Banking & Finance✓ - .5 cr

Investing.5 credit

Business Communications - .5 cr

World Language - 1 credit

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway. Students must complete Banking & Finance OR Advanced Accounting to meet the requirements at the application level.

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(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Bryan University

Flint Hills Technical College

Manhattan Area Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Northwest KS Technical College

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Fort Scott Community College

Garden City Community College

Hesston College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Labette Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Barclay College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Donnelly College

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Haskell Indian Nations University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

Manhattan Christian College

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

Central Methodist University

Drury University

East Central College

Grantham University

Harris-Stowe State University

Lincoln University

Metropolitan Community College

Mineral Area College

Rockhurst University

St. Louis Community College

University of Missouri: Columbia

University of Missouri - Kansas City

Washington University in St. Louis

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Bank Tellers

Bill and Account Collectors

Brokerage Clerks

Credit Checkers and Authorizers

Insurance Adjusters and Examiners

Insurance Policy and Claims Clerks

Loan Clerks

Tax Preparers

Title Examiners and Searchers

Claims Examiners, Property and Casualty Insurance

Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage

Insurance Sales Agents

Insurance Underwriters

Accountants and Auditors

Appraisers and Assessors

Budget Analysts

Credit Analysts

Financial Analysts

Financial Examiners and Managers

Insurance Agents and Underwriters

Loan Officers

Securities Salespeople

Actuaries

Business Teacher, Postsecondary

Economists

Treasurers and Controllers

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Career Cluster Program of Study

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health- 1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Integrated Computer Apps✓ .5 cr

School-Based:

Naviance  Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

CMA             ☒ EMT

CNA              EMR

CPR

 First Aid

National Health Science Assessment

OSHA CareerSafe

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Integrated Computer Apps.5 cr

Nutrition & Wellness .5 credit

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century/Global Comms

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

Technical Math (TCALC)

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Sports Medicine I (TCALC)✓ -1 cr

Sports Medicine II (TCALC)1 cr

Physical Therapy (TCALC ).5 cr

Care of Athletes (TCALC).5  cr

Sports Medicine

Pathway

@TCALC

Health Care

Program

@WIT

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century/Global Comms

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Technical Math (TCALC)

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Ethnic Studies

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Medical Interventions (TCALC)1 cr

Special Health Topics (TCALC) ✓ 1 cr

Project Management (TCALC)1 cr

Nutrition & Wellness .5 credit

Sports Medicine

Pathway

@TCALC

Health Care

Program

@WIT

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Flint Hills Technical College

Manhattan Area Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Donnelly College

Garden City Community College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Labette Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

Avila University

Culver-Stockton College

Drury University

East Central College

Grantham University

Lincoln University

Rockhurst University

St. Louis Community College

University of Missouri - Kansas City

Washington University in St. Louis

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Dental Assistants

Dental Laboratory Technicians

Home Health Aides

Medical Appliance Technicians

Medical Assistants

Medical Equipment Preparers

Medical Secretaries

Personal and Home Care Aides

Pharmacy Aides

Pharmacy Technicians

Physical Therapist Aides

Psychiatric Aides

Cardiovascular Technologists

Dental Hygienists

Emergency Medical Technicians

Health Information Technicians

Licensed Practical Nurses and Nurse Assistants

Medical Laboratory Technicians

Medical Sonographers

Medical Transcriptionists

Occupational Therapist Assistants

Physical Therapist Assistants

Radiation and Respiratory Therapists

Radiologic Technologists

Registered Nurses

Surgical Technologists

Veterinary Technologists and Technicians

Administrative Services Managers

Athletic Trainers

Biomedical Engineers

Computer Programmers

Computer Software Engineers, Applications

Dietitians

Health Educators

Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists

Medical Laboratory Technologists

Occupational Health and Safety Specialists

Orthotic and Prosthetic Specialists

Petroleum Engineers

Public Relations Specialists

Recreational Therapists

Rehabilitation Counselors

Athletic Trainers, Physical and Occupational Therapists

Biologists - Zoologists/Wildlife and Veterinarians

Physicists, Hydrologists, Epidemiologists

Clinical Psychologists and Mental Health Counselors

Communications Teachers, Postsecondary

Computer and Information Scientists, Research

Dietitians, Nutritionists

Farm and Home Management Advisors

Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary

Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary

Medical/Health Services and Natural Sciences Managers

Medical Scientists and Pharmacists

Nurse Anesthetists and Physician Assistants

Orthotics and Prosthetics

Speech-Language Pathologists


Hospitality & Tourism - Restaurant & Event Management

Career Cluster Program of Study

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Physical Dimensions of Health-1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Career & Life Planning .5 cr

Introduction to Business .5 cr

Culinary Essentials .5 cr

School-Based:

 Naviance  Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Serv-Safe-Food Handlers and Manager

 AAFCS pre-PAC Culinary Arts

 AAFCS pre-PAC Broad Field Family & ConsumerSciences

 KRHA Pro-Start

OSHA 10 CareerSafe

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

FCCLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Zoology 1 & 2

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Culinary Essentials .5 cr

Entrepreneurship .5 credit

Principles of Marketing 1 cr

Nutrition & Wellness .5 cr

Culinary Arts I 1 credit

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Zoology 1 & 2

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Entrepreneurship .5 credit

Principles of Marketing 1 cr

Nutrition & Wellness .5 cr

Culinary Arts I (HS/TCALC)1 cr

Baking & Pastry Arts I (TCALC)✓ 1 cr

Baking & Pastry Arts 2 (TCALC)✓ 1 cr

Culinary Applications (HS/TCALC)✓1 cr

Community Connections(HS/TCALC)✓.5 cr

Career Connections (HS/TCALC)✓ .5 cr

Food Science (TCALC)✔- 1 cr

Baking &

Pastry Arts Mgmt

@TCALC

Culinary Arts

@WIT

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

Mythology

Film as Literature

Sports Literature

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

The Great Plays

AP English Literature & Comp*

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Stats*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Zoology 1 & 2

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Culinary Applications (HS/TCALC)1 cr

Community Connections(HS/TCALC).5 cr

Career Connections (HS/TCALC).5 cr

Baking &

Pastry Arts Mgmt

@TCALC

Culinary Arts

@WIT

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Restaurant & Event Management Postsecondary Options

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Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Flint Hills Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Northwest KS Technical College

Washburn Institute of Technology

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Colby Community College

Garden City Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Barclay College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Haskell Indian Nations University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

Manhattan Christian College

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

Art Institutes International-KC

College of the Ozarks

East Central College

Grantham University

Harris-Stowe State University

Jefferson College

L'École Culinaire

Missouri State University

Ozarks Tech Community College

Saint Louis University

St. Louis Community College

Sample Careers by Education Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Tech Training or Associate’s Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Amusement/Recreation Workers

Baggage Porters and Bellhops

Bartenders

Casino Gaming Workers

Chefs and Dinner Cooks

Concierges, Hotel Desk Clerks

Counter Attendants

Fast Food Cooks

Food Preparation Workers

Janitors and Cleaners

Kitchen Helpers Maids and

Housekeepers

Professional Athletes

Recreation Attendants/Guides/Workers

Reservation and Ticket Agents

Restaurant Hosts

Tour Guides

Umpires and Referees

Waiters and Waitresses

Animal Trainers

Casino Gaming Workers

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping & Janitorial Workers

Flight Attendants

Food Services and Lodging Managers

Reservation/Transportation Ticket Agents

Residential Advisors

Self-Enrichment Education Teachers

Travel Agents and Travel Clerks

Interpreters and Translators

Meeting and Convention Planners

Recreation Workers

Set and Exhibit Designers

Social and Community Service Managers

Farm and Home Mgmt Advisors

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Human Services - Family, Community & Consumer Services

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health- 1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Career & Life Planning.5 credit

Human Growth & Develop.5 cr

Culinary Essentials .5 credit

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

AAFCS pre-PAC Certifications

OSHA CareerSafe General & Cyber Safety Awareness

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

FCCLA

Other:_________________

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English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Zoology 1 & 2

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Parenting .5 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Nutrition & Wellness .5 credit

Human Growth & Develop.5 cr

Culinary Essentials .5 credit

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

Debate/Forensics

Film as Literature

Sports Literature

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

AP Statistics

Probability and Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Zoology 1 & 2

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Parenting .5 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance .5 cr

Leadership Service in Action.5 cr

Community Connections .5 cr

Career Connections .5 credit

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

Mythology

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

The Great Plays

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

AP Statistics

Probability and Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Zoology 1 & 2

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Sociology

Psychology

Community Connections.5 cr

Career Connections.5 credit

Leadership Service in Action.5 cr

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Family, Community & Consumer Services Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Bryan University

Manhattan Area Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Northwest KS Technical College

Washburn Institute of Technology

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Fort Scott Community College

Garden City Community College

Hesston College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Labette Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Barclay College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Donnelly College

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Haskell Indian Nations University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

Manhattan Christian College

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

Art Institutes International-KC

College of the Ozarks

Grantham University

Missouri State University

North Central Missouri College

Ozarks Tech Community College

Saint Louis University

St. Louis Community College

St. Louis Christian College 

Southeast Missouri State University

Southwest Baptist University 

University of Central Missouri

Vatterott College:Joplin

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Child Care Workers

Customer Service Representatives

Funeral Attendants

Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers

Lifeguards and Other Recreational

Protective Service Workers

Residential Counselors

Social and Human Service Assistants

Barbers

Embalmers and Funeral Director

Government Programs Hairstylists and

Cosmetologists and Manicurists

Preschool Teacher

Professional Makeup Artists

Residential Advisors

Skin Care Specialists

Social and Human Service Assistants

Addiction Counselors

Director, Religious Activities and Education

Early Childhood Educator

Financial Counselors

Health Educators

Recreation Workers Rehabilitation Counselors

Social and Community Service Manager

Social Workers

Clergy

Industrial-Organizational Psychologists

Marriage and Family therapists

Mental Health Counselors

Psychologists

Rehabilitation Counselors

School Counselors and Social Workers

Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors

Teachers, Postsecondary

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Information Technology - Web & Digital Communication

Career Cluster Program of Study

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

21st Century Journalism

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health- 1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance .5 cr

Integrated Computer Applications.5 cr

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Microsoft Office Specialist

A+, Network+, Server+, Security+

 Digital Literacy Certificate

 MTA, MCSA, MCSE, MCSD

 CCNA, CCNP, CCIE, CCDE

 Adobe Certifications

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

Skills USA

Other:_________________

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English 10

Honors English 10

21st Century Journalism

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors

Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Integrated Computer Applications.5 cr

Multimedia 1 credit

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

Debate/Forensics

Adv Publications (Newspaper)

Adv Publications (Yearbook)

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

3D Computer Graphics (TCALC)1 cr

Graphic Design 21 credit

Multimedia (TCALC) 1 credit

Web Design (TCALC) 1 credit

Media Tech Workplace Exper ✓ 1 cr

Topics in Media Technology (TCALC)1 cr

AP Computer Science (TCALC) 1 cr

Web & Digital

Communication

Pathway

@TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

College Public Speaking*

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Adv Publications (Newspaper)

AdvPublications (Yearbook)

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Economics

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

We/ Digital Media Proj Mgt (TCALC)✓1 cr

Programming Web/Apps/Game(TCALC)✓1 cr

Graphic Design 2 ✓ - 1 credit

Media Tech Workplace Experience✓ 1 cr

3D Computer Graphics (TCALC) ✓ 1 cr

Web & Digital

Communication

Pathway

@TCALC

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Bryan University

Flint Hills Technical College

Manhattan Area Technical College

North Central KS Technical College

Washburn Institute of Technology

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Garden City Community College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University

Bethany College

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

Columbia College

Drury University

Fontbonne University

Grantham University

Jefferson College

Kansas City Art Institute

Metropolitan Community College

National American University

Northwest Missouri State University

Park University

Ranken Technical College

Rockhurst University

University of Missouri St. Louis

University of Phoenix

Washington University in St. Louis

Webster University

William Jewell College

Sample Careers By Educational Level

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Computer Operators

Computer Support Specialists

Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts

Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers

Web Administrators

Web Developers

Computer and Information Systems Managers

Computer Engineers

Computer Programmers

Computer Security Specialists

Computer Software Engineers

Computer Systems Administrators and Analysts

Data Communications Analysts

Database Administrators

Graphic Designers

Multimedia Artists and Animators

Network and Computer Systems Administrators

Software Quality Assurance Engineers and Testers

Computer and Information Scientists, Research

Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary

Engineering Managers

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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security - Emergency & Fire Management Services

Career Cluster Program of Study

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Minimum Graduation Requirements

SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health-1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance ✓ .5 cr

School-Based:

Naviance  Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Public Safety Telecommunications

First Aid/CPR

 Emergency Medical Responder

 FireFighter Level 1

 Emergency Medical Technician

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century/Global Comms

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Stats*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Intro to Law/Public Service (TCALC)✓ .5 cr

Fire Science I (TCALC)1 cr

Fire Science II (TCALC)1 cr

Public Safety PE (TCALC).5 cr

Emergency &

Fire Mgmt

@TCALC

EMT/Emergency

Communications

@WIT

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century/Global Comms

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Stats*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Ethnic Studies

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

EMT (WIT)✓ - 1 credit

Hazardous Materials 1st Resp(HS/TCALC)✓1cr

Public Safety PE (TCALC).5 cr

Emergency &

Fire Mgmt

@TCALC

EMT/Emergency

Communications

@WIT

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Emergency & Fire Management Services Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to BigFuture College Search Tool)

Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Bryan University

Washburn Institute of Technology

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Garden City Community College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Labette Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Baker University

Barclay College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Haskell Indian Nations University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

Drury University

East Central College

Grantham University

Metropolitan Community College

Mineral Area College

Ozarks Technical Community College

St. Louis Community College

Three Rivers Community College

Sample Careers by Education Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Tech Training or Associate’s Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Ambulance Drivers

Animal Control Workers

Bailiffs and Court Clerks

Corrections Officers and Crossing Guards

FireFighters and Forest Fire Fighters

Gaming Surveillance Officers & Investigators

Life Guards and Ski Patrollers

Parking Enforcement Officers and Workers

Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers

Security Guards

Sheriffs

Transportation Security Agents

Correctional Officers and Jailers

Court Reporters

Emergency Med Technicians/Paramedics

Fire Inspectors and Investigators

1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of Police/Det

Forest Fire Prevention Supervisors

Forest Fire Inspectors

Forest Fire Prevention Specialists

Municipal Fire Fighting/Prevention Supv

Paralegals, Legal Assistants/Secretaries

Police Detectives, Patrol Officers

Police Identification & Records Officers

Private Detectives/Investigators

Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs

Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers

Transit and Railroad Police

Arbitrators and Mediators

Coroners

Correctional Treatment Specialists

Criminal Investigators & Special Agents

Emergency Management Specialists

Forensic Science Technicians

Immigration and Customs Inspectors

Judges and Hearing Officers

Law Clerks

Probation Officers

Anthropology Teachers, Postsecondary

Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary

Child, Family, School Social Workers

Criminal Justice Teachers, Postsec

Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsec

Lawyer

Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary

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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security - Law & Public Safety

Career Cluster Program of Study

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Minimum Graduation Requirements

SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health-1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Intro to Law & Public Service.5 cr

Emergency Medical Responder.5 cr

School-Based:

Naviance  Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Public Safety Telecommunications

First Aid/CPR

Emergency Medical Responder

FireFighter Level 1

Emergency Medical Technician

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Law Enforcement I (TCALC)1 cr

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century/Global Comms

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Stats*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Intro to Law & Public Service.5 cr

Emergency Medical Responder✓ .5 cr

Hazardous Materials 1st Resp (HS/TCALC)✓1cr

Law Enforcement I (TCALC)1 cr

Law Enforcement II (TCALC)1 cr

Forensic Science I (TCALC).5 cr

Forensic Science II (TCALC)1 cr

Public Safety PE (TCALC).5 cr

Intro to Law &

Public Safety

@TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century/Global Comms 

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Stats*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Ethnic Studies

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Certified Protection Officer (TCALC) 1 cr

Public Safety PE (TCALC).5 cr

Corrections Officer (TCALC).5 cr

Law/Public Service Internship (TCALC)1 cr

Intro to Law &

Public Safety

@TCALC

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Bryan University

Washburn Institute of Technology

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Garden City Community College

Highland Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Labette Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Baker University

Barclay College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Bethel College

Central Christian College of KS

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Haskell Indian Nations University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

McPherson College

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Newman University

Ottawa University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

Sterling College

Tabor College

University of Kansas

University of St. Mary

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

East Central College

Grantham University

Metropolitan Community College

Mineral Area College

Ozarks Technical Community College

St. Louis Community College

Three Rivers Community College

Sample Careers by Education Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Tech Training or Associate’s Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Ambulance Drivers

Animal Control Workers

Bailiffs and Court Clerks

Corrections Officers and Crossing Guards

FireFighters and Forest Fire Fighters

Gaming Surveillance Officers & Investigators

Life Guards and Ski Patrollers

Parking Enforcement Officers and Workers

Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers

Security Guards

Sheriffs

Transportation Security Agents

Correctional Officers and Jailers

Court Reporters

Emergency Med Technicians/Paramedics

Fire Inspectors and Investigators

1st-Line Supervisors/Mgrs of Police/Det

Forest Fire Prevention Supervisors

Forest Fire Inspectors

Forest Fire Prevention Specialists

Municipal Fire Fighting/Prevention Supv

Paralegals, Legal Assistants/Secretaries

Police Detectives, Patrol Officers

Police Identification/Records Officers

Private Detectives/Investigators

Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs

Title Abstractors

Title Examiners

Title Searchers

Transit and Railroad Police

Arbitrators and Mediators

Coroners

Correctional Treatment Specialists

Criminal Investigators & Special Agents

Emergency Management Specialists

Forensic Science Technicians

Immigration and Customs Inspectors

Judges and Hearing Officers

Law Clerks

Probation Officers

Anthropology Teachers, Postsecondary

Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary

Child, Family, School Social Workers

Criminal Justice Teachers, Postsec

Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsec

Lawyer

Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health-1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Intro to Business.5 credit

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

Adobe Certifications

 MBA Research standard Mktg program of study exam

 Fundamental Mkt Concepts

 Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications

 QuickBooks Certified User

 Digital Literacy Certification

OSHA 10

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Ecology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Intro to Business.5 credit

Principles of Marketing.5 cr

Accounting 1.5 credit

Accounting 2.5 credit

Business Communications- .5 cr

Entrepreneurship.5 credit

Sports & Entertainment Mktg.5 cr

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century/Global Comms

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Marketing Applications.5 cr

Principles of Marketing.5 cr

Accounting 1.5 credit

Accounting 2.5 credit

Business Communications- .5 cr

Graphic Design 21 credit

Multimedia1 credit

Sports & Entertainment Mktg.5 cr

Web Design (TCALC) .5 credit

Business Management.5 credit

Business Economics.5 credit

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century/Global Comms 

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Economics

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Marketing Applications✓ - .5 cr

Business Communications- .5 cr

Graphic Design 21 credit

Sports & Entertainment Mktg.5 cr

Web Design (TCALC).5 credit

Multimedia1 credit

Business Management.5 credit

Business Economics.5 credit

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Marketing Postsecondary Options

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Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

Technical College/Institute

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Brown Mackie College

Flint Hills Technical College

Wichita Area Technical College

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Colby Community College

Garden City Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Johnson County Community College

KS City KS Community College

Seward County Community College

Benedictine College

Bethany College

Central Christian College of KS

Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

Friends University

Kansas State University

Kansas Wesleyan University

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Pittsburg State University

Southwestern College

University of Kansas

Washburn University

Wichita State University

• Apprenticeship

• Military

• On-the-Job Training

Avila University

College of the Ozarks

Columbia College

Drury University

Metropolitan Community College

Missouri State University

Missouri University of Science & Technology

Rockhurst University

St. Louis Community College

University of Missouri: Columbia

University of Missouri: Kansas City

Washington University in St. Louis

William Jewell College

Sample Careers by Education Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Tech Training or Associate’s Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Advertising Salespeople

Buyers and Purchasing Agents

Cashiers

Counter and Rental Clerks

Demonstrators and Promoters

Floral Designers

Merchandise Displayers

Models

Opticians

Parts Salespeople

Retail Salespeople

Route Salespeople

Telemarketers

Advertising Sales Agents

Assessors

Fashion Designers

Interior Designers

Lodging Managers

Property, Real Estate, & Community Association

Managers

Real Estate Brokers

Sales Representatives, Wholesale/Manufacturing, Except Technical/Scientific Products

Travel Agents

Travel Guides

Wholesale/Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products

Art Directors

Editors

Market Research Analysts

Public Relations Specialists

Sales Managers

Sales Representative

Survey Researchers

Technical Writers

Business Teacher, Postsecondary

Marketing Managers

Public Relations Managers

Purchasing Managers

Sales Managers

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SUGGESTED COURSE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDY

It is suggested that students consider dual credit and/or advanced placement opportunities for postsecondary credit.

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Electives**

11 credits

TCALC/WIT

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Algebra 1

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Biology

Honors Biology

Earth Science

Space Science

World History

Honors World History

Current Social Issues

Physical Dimensions of Health-1 cr

Fine Arts ● - 1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance.5 cr

Integrated Computer Applications.5 cr

Engineering Applications .5 cr

School-Based:

Naviance Research

Internship

Job Shadowing

Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

Community Service (40 Hrs)

Part-time Employment

Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

CNA

CPR

 First Aid

Assessments:

Accuplacer Test (12 Gr)

ACT Aspire (9-10 Gr)

ACT (11-12 Gr)

PSAT

SAT

 ASVAB (10-12 Gr)

WorkKeys (10-12 Gr)

KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

FBLA

FCCLA

Other:_________________

10

English 10

Honors English 10

Algebra 1

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

Earth Science

Space Science

Physical Science 1

Physical Science 2

Chemistry

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Integrated Computer Applications.5 cr

Engineering Applications.5 cr

11

English 11

AP English Language & Comp

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century/Global Comms

Debate/Forensics

Geometry

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

Technical Math (TCALC)

Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US History 1

US History 2

AP US History 1*

AP US History 2*

College History 1

College History 2

Principles of Biomed Sci (TCALC)1cr

Medical Interventions (TCALC)1 cr

Pharmacology (TCALC)1  cr

Project Management (TCALC)1 cr

Medical Professions

Pathways

@TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century/Global Comms

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP English Literature & Comp*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus AB & BC

Technical Math (TCALC)

Physics

Astronomy

AP Chemistry

AP Biology*

AP Physics*

Environmental Science

Human Anatomy & Physiology

US Government

AP US Government

Current Social Issues

Ethnic Studies

Issues in Psychology

Sociology

Principles of Biomed Sci (TCALC)1 cr

Medical Interventions (TCALC)1 cr

Project Management (TCALC)✓ 1 cr

Biotechnology I (TCALC)1 cr

Biotechnology II (TCALC)1 cr

Medical Professions

Pathways

@TCALC

*Concurrent Credit Course  Career and Technical Education Course  ●Fine Arts Course

**Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

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Biomedical (Medical Professions) Postsecondary Options

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Colleges in BOLD have statewide articulation agreements that will enable a graduate to have a smooth transition from this career pathway to a corresponding occupational program at the postsecondary level.

2-Year & Community Colleges

In State, 4-Year Colleges/Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

Barton Community College

Butler Community College

Cloud County Community College

Coffeyville Community College

Colby Community College

Cowley Community College

Dodge City Community College

Garden City Community College

Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Neosho County Community College

Pratt Community College

Seward County Community College

Baker University