James Whitcomb Riley High School

Magnet Plan of Study - Computer Science

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

  • Magnet Course

Intro to Computer Science or

Computer Science Principles (with coding experience)

  • English 9 (Regular, Honors, Advanced)
  • Algebra 2 (Regular, Honors Advanced)
  • Biology I (Regular, Honors)
  • World Geography or World History (Regular, AP)

  • World Language or
  • Fine Arts Elective or
  • Intro to Computer Science/Health
  • Magnet Course

Computer Science Principles or Computer Science A

  • English 10 (Regular, Honors, Advanced)
  • Geometry (Regular, Honors)
  • Chemistry I (Regular, Honors)
  • Physical Education

  • World Language or
  • Fine Arts Elective or
  • Other Elective
  • Magnet Course

Cybersecurity

or Computer Science A

  • English 11 (Regular, Honors, Advanced)
  • Pre-Calculus (Regular, Honors)
  • Physics I (Regular, Honors)
  • US History (Regular, AP)

  • World Language or
  • Other Elective
  • Magnet Course

Computer Science 3: Informatics, Software Development, or Databases

Or Junior level course

  • English 12 (Regular, Honors, Advanced)
  • Calculus AP
  • Government / Economics (Regular, AP)

  • World Language or
  • Other Elective

Diploma Options: Core 40, Academic Honors, Technical Honors

Advanced Placement Courses: Physics 2, Chemistry, US History, World History, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Calculus AB, Biology 2, Statistics, Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A, Government, Microeconomics

Recommended Technical Electives

Alternative Math Sequence

Academic Honors Requirements

Technical Honors Requirements

  • Computers in Design and Production
  • Science Research

Grade 9: Algebra 1 (Regular, Honors)

Grade 10: Algebra 2 (Regular, Honors)

Grade 11: Geometry (Regular, Honors)

Grade 12: Pre-Calculus (Regular, Honors)

  • 6 Credits World Language
  • 8 Credits Mathematics
  • 2 Credits Fine Arts
  • “C” or better in courses
  • GPA of “B” or better
  • 6 dual credits or 4 credits in AP courses
  • Industry Recognized Certification (Autodesk Inventor)
  • 6 dual credits
  • “C” or better in courses
  • GPA of “B” or better