2020 – 2021

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 Online Version of the Program of Studies is the most up-to-date version.

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        

Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers         

Graduation Requirements / Kansas Board of Regents Curriculum        

Enrollment Requirements        

Kansas Board of Regents Qualified Admissions        

Grade Classification        

KSHSAA Eligibility        

National College Activities Association Eligibility        

Honors, Pre-Advanced Placement, and Advanced Placement Classes        

Dual Credit        

Washburn Institute of Technology        

Postsecondary Courses and Eligibility        

Credit/No Credit Options        

Weighted Courses and Grade Point Average        

Independent Study        

Religion Program Credit        

Home Schooled Students        

Special Programs        

Course Offerings

Business

English Language Learners        

Family and Consumer Science        

Fine Arts

Language Arts        

Mathematics        

Miscellaneous        

Physical Education        

Resource/Intensive Instruction        

ROTC        

Science        

Social Studies        

Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers

Trade and Industry         

World Languages         

Washburn Institute of Technology        

Architecture & Construction—Architecture, Design & Construction Pathway

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance or Economics -.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 (CCHS)-1 credit

Carpentry(CCHS)---1 credit

Furniture & Cabinetry Fabrication(CCHS)--1 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

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

Introduction to Industrial Technology (TCALC) ✓ -.5 credit

Woodworking Principles (TCALC) 1 credit

Drafting/CAD (TCALC ) -.5 credit

Drafting Arch/Mech (TCALC ) -1 credit

Carpentry(TCALC)--1 credit

Architecture, Design and Construction Pathway @ TCALC

Drafting and Design @ WIT

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

Mythology

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

The Great Plays

AP Literature and Composition*

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 credit

Research & Design for Pre-Construction (TCALC)-1 credit

Furniture & Cabinetry Fabrication-1 credit

Architecture, Design and Construction Pathway @ TCALC

Drafting and Design @ WIT

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Fort Scott Community College

www.fortscott.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hesston College

www.hesston.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Bryan University

www.bryanu.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Northwest Kansas Technical College

www.nwktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Barclay College

www.barclaycollege.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Donnelly College

www.donnelly.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Haskell Indian Nations University

www.haskell.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

Manhattan Christian College

www.mccks.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Missouri University of Science & Technology

www.mst.edu

Ozarks Technical Community College

www.otc.edu

State Fair Community College

www.sfccmo.edu

State Technical College of Missouri

www.statetechmo.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or

Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Bricklayers, Stonemasons, and Cement Masons

Cabinetmakers and Carpenters

Drywall Finishers & Installers and Plasterers

Electricians

Fence Builders

Heating and Cooling System Mechanics

Line Installers and Repairers

Plumbers and Pipefitters

Roofers

Sheet Metal Workers and Structural Metal Workers

Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Tile Setters

Highway Maintenance Workers & Paving Equip Operators

Commercial Divers

Drafters

Energy Auditors

Interior Designers

Architects

Construction Managers

Cost Estimators

Landscape Architects

Surveyors

Architects, Except Landscape and Naval Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary

Engineering Managers

Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary

Historians

Operations Research Analysts

Political Scientists

Sociologists

Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary

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

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Integrated Computer Applications-.5 credit

21st Century Journalism-.5 credit

Digital Media Technology-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 Management

Assessments:

 Accuplacer Test (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 & AV Production-.5 credit

Principles of Marketing-1.0 credit

Digital Photography 1-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

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(HSs & TCALC) -1.0 credit

Photojournalism & AV Production-.5 credit

Video Production(HSs & TCALC) -1.0 credit

Digital Photography 1-.5 credit

Digital Marketing (TCALC) -.5 credi

A/V Production Fund (HSs/TCALC) -1.0 credit

Digital Marketing (TCALC) -.5  credit

Video Production (HSs/TCALC) -1.0 credit

Advanced Pub.(Newspaper/ Yearbook)-1.0 credit

Digital Media @ TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

College Public Speaking*

AP Literature and Composition*

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 2-1.0 credit

Photojournalism & AV Production-.5 credit

Digital Photography 1-.5 credit

Advanced Publications—(Newspaper)Yearbook)

Digital Media Proj Management(TCALC)  -.1 credit

Digital Media Design & Production(TCALC) -.1 credit

Media and Public Relations(TCALC) -.5 credit

Digital Media @ TCALC

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Scondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Northwest Kansas Technical College

www.nwktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

www.cofo.edu

Columbia College

www.ccis.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

Jefferson College

www.jeffco.edu

Kansas City Art Institute

www.kcai.edu

Metropolitan Community College

www.mcckc.edu

National American University

www.national.edu

Northwest Missouri State University

www.nwmissouri.edu

Park University

www.park.edu

Ranken Technical College

www.ranken.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

University of Missouri: St. Louis

www.umsl.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

Webster University

www.webster.edu

William Jewell College

www.jewell.edu

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 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

Multi-Media Artists and Animators

Music Directors

Poets, Lyricists and Creative Writers

Producers

Radio Mechanics and Operators

Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers

Agents and Business Managers

Animators and Multi-media 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

Industrial Designers

Interpreters and Translators

Multi-Media Artists and Animators

Museum Technicians and Conservators

Poets, Lyricists and Creative Writers Proofreaders and Copy Markers

Reporters and Correspondents

Set and Exhibit Designers

Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary

Communications Teachers, Postsecondary

English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary

Historians

Librarians

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

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

21st Century Journalism

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Integrated Computer Applications-.5 credit

Design-.5 credit

Principles of Illustration-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 Applications-.5 credit

Multimedia-1.0 credit

World Language-1 credit

Digital Photography 1-.5 credit

Principles of Illustration-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

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 (HSs & TCALC)-1.0 credit

Media Tech Workplace Experience-1.0

credit

Digital Photography 1-.5 credit

Project Management & Resource Scheduling (TCALC)-1  credit

12

Senior Composition*

College Public Speaking*

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 2-1.0 credit

Media Tech Workplace Experience-1.0 credit

Digital Photography 1-.5 credit

Project Management & Resource Scheduling (TCALC)-1  credit

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

www.cofo.edu

Columbia College

www.ccis.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

Jefferson College

www.jeffco.edu

Kansas City Art Institute

www.kcai.edu

Metropolitan Community College

www.mcckc.edu

National American University

www.national.edu

Northwest Missouri State University

www.nwmissouri.edu

Park University

www.park.edu

Ranken Technical College

www.ranken.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

University of Missouri: St. Louis

www.umsl.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

Webster University

www.webster.edu

William Jewell College

www.jewell.edu

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 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

Multi-Media 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 Multi-media 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

Multi-Media 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

Communications Teachers, Postsecondary

English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary

Historians

Librarians

Business Management

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Introduction to Business-.5 credit

Culinary Essentials- .5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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

Introduction to Business-.5 credit

Principles of Marketing-.5 credit

Accounting 1-.5 credit

Accounting 2-.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

Entrepreneurship-.5 credit

Culinary Essentials- .5 credit

Carpentry-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

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 credit

Entrepreneurship-.5 credit

Accounting 1-.5 credit

Accounting 2-.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

Web Design-.5 credit

Business Management-.5 credit

Business Economics-.5 credit

Applied Business Management-1 credit

Carpentry-.5 credit

Business Program @ Washburn Tech

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 Communications-.5 credit

Web Design-.5 credit

Business Management-.5 credit

Business Economics-.5 credit

Applied Business Management-1 credit

Business Program @ Washburn Tech

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Avila University

www.avila.edu

College of the Ozarks

www.cofo.edu

Columbia College

www.ccis.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

Metropolitan Community College

www.mcckc.edu

Missouri State University

www.missouristate.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

University of Missouri: Columbia

www.missouri.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

William Jewell College

www.jewell.edu

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

Education & Training—Teaching/Training

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Career & Life Planning-.5 credit

Human Growth & Development-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 & Development-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

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 credit

Teaching as a Career(TCALC) -1 credit

Teaching as a Profession @ TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century & Global Communications

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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  credit

Teaching Internship (TCALC) -1 credit

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.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Fort Scott Community College

www.fortscott.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Bryan University

www.bryanu.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Northwest Kansas Technical College

www.nwktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Barclay College

www.barclaycollege.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Donnelly College

www.donnelly.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Haskell Indian Nations University

www.haskell.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

Manhattan Christian College

www.mccks.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Harris-Stowe State University

www.hssu.edu

Lincoln University

www.lincolnu.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

State Fair Community College

www.sfccmo.edu

State Technical College of Missouri

www.statetechmo.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training

or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Audi-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

Elementary School Teachers

Employee Training Specialists

High School Teachers

Kindergarten Teachers

Middle School Teachers

Poets, Lyricists, and Creative Writer

Public Health Educators

Special Education Teachers

Adult and Vocational Education Instructors

Audiologists

Coaches and Scouts

College and University Administrators

Curriculum and Instruction

Dieticians and Nutritionists

Education Administrators

Historians

Instructional Coordinators

Librarians

School Psychologists

Speech Pathologists

Teacher

Finance—Business Finance

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Introduction to Business-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 credit

Introduction to Business-.5 credit

Accounting 1-.5 credit

Accounting 2-.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

World Language-1 credit

Entrepreneurship-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

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 Accounting-1 credit

Banking & Finance-.5 credit

Investing-.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

World Language-1 credit

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century & Global Communications

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B & B/C

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 Accounting-1 credit

Banking & Finance-.5 credit

Investing-.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

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.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Fort Scott Community College

www.fortscott.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hesston College

www.hesston.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Bryan University

www.bryanu.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Northwest Kansas Technical College

www.nwktc.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Barclay College

www.barclaycollege.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Donnelly College

www.donnelly.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Haskell Indian Nations University

www.haskell.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

Manhattan Christian College

www.mccks.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

Central Methodist University

www.centralmethodist.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Harris-Stowe State University

www.hssu.edu

Lincoln University

www.lincolnu.edu

Metropolitan Community College

www.mcckc.edu

Mineral Area College

www.mineralarea.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

University of Missouri: Columbia

www.missouri.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

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 Claims Clerk

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

Financial Managers

Insurance Agents

Insurance Underwriters

Loan Officers

Securities Salespeople

Actuaries

Business Teacher, Postsecondary

Economists

Treasurers and Controllers

Health Science-Sports Medicine

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Integrated Computer Applications-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 Applications-.5 credit

Nutrition and Wellness-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

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 credit

Sports Medicine II (TCALC)-1 credit

Physical Therapy (TCALC )-.5  credit

Care of Athletes (TCALC)-.5  credit

Sports Medicine Pathway @ TCALC

Health Care Program @ Washburn Tech

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century & Global Communications

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 credit

Special Health Topics ) -1 credit

Project Management & Resource Scheduling (TCALC) -1  credit

Nutrition and Wellness-.5 credit

Sports Medicine Pathway @ TCALC

Health Care Program @ Washburn Tech

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Donnelly College

www.donnelly.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Avila University

www.avila.edu

Culver-Stockton College

www.culver.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Lincoln University

www.lincolnu.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

St. Louis University

www.slu.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

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

Medical Laboratory Technicians

Medical Sonographers

Medical Transcriptionists

Nursing Assistants

Occupational Therapist Assistants

Physical Therapist Assistants

Radiation Therapists

Radiologic Technologists

Registered Nurses

Respiratory Therapists

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, Physicists, Hydrologists, Epidemiologists

Clinical Psychologists and Mental Health Counselors

Computer and Information Scientists, Research

Dietitians and Nutritionists

Farm and Home Management Advisors

Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary

Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary

Medical and Health Services Managers

Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists

Natural Sciences Mgrs, Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists

Nurse Anesthetists and Physician Assistants

Orthotics and Prosthetics

Pharmacists

Speech-Language Pathologists

Communications Teachers, Postsecondary

Veterinarians

Hospitality & Tourism—Restaurant & Event Management

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Career & Life Planning-.5 credit

Introduction to Business-.5 credit

Culinary Essentials- .5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 credit Entrepreneurship--.5 credit

Principles of Marketing-1 credit

Nutrition & Wellness--.5 credit

Culinary Arts 1-1 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

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 credit

Nutrition & Wellness-.5 credit

Culinary Arts 1 (HS & TCALC) -1 credit 

Baking & Pastry Arts I (TCALC)-1 credit

Baking & Pastry Arts 2(TCALC)-1 credit

Culinary Applications-1 credit

Community Connections-.5 credit

Career Connections-.5 credit

Baking & Pastry Arts Management @ TCALC

Culinary Arts @ Washburn Tech

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 Literature and Composition*

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

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

Culinary Applications (HS & TCALC) -1 credit

Community Connections(HS & TCALC) -.5 credit

Career Connections(HS & TCALC) -.5 credit

Baking & Pastry Arts Management @ TCALC

Culinary Arts @ Washburn Tech

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

Community College

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Barton Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Northwest Kansas Technical College

www.nwktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Barclay College

www.barclaycollege.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Haskell Indian Nations University

www.haskell.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

Manhattan Christian College

www.mccks.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Art Institutes International-KC

www.artinstitutes.edu

College of the Ozarks - www.coto.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Harris-Stowe State University

www.hssu.edu

Jefferson College

www.jeffco.edu

L’Ecole Culinaire

www.lecoleculinarie.com

Missouri State University

www.missouristate.edu

Ozarks Tech Community College

www.otc.edu

St Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

Saint Louis Univ - www.imagine.stu.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Amusement and Recreation Workers

Baggage Porters and Bellhops

Bartenders

Casino Gaming Workers

Chefs and Dinner Cooks

Concierges

Counter Attendants

Fast Food Cooks

Food Preparation Workers

Hotel Desk Clerks

Janitors and Cleaners

Kitchen Helpers Maids and Housekeepers

Professional Athletes

Recreation Attendants

Recreation Guides

Recreation 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 and Janitorial Workers

Flight Attendants

Food Service Managers

Lodging Managers

Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks

Residential Advisors

Self-Enrichment Education Teachers

Travel Agents

Interpreters and Translators

Meeting and Convention Planners

Recreation Workers

Set and Exhibit Designers

Social and Community Service Managers

Farm and Home Management Advisors

Human Services—Family, Community & Consumer Services

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Career & Life Planning-.5 credit

Human Growth & Development-.5 credit

Culinary Essentials- .5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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

Parenting--.5 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance- .5 credit

Nutrition & Wellness--.5 credit

Human Growth & Development-.5 credit

Culinary Essentials- .5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

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 credit

Leadership Service in Action-.5 credit

Community Connections-.5 credit

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 Literature and Composition*

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 credit

Career Connections-.5 credit

Leadership Service in Action-.5 credit

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Fort Scott Community College

www.fortscott.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hesston College

www.hesston.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Bryan University

www.bryanu.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Northwest Kansas Technical College

www.nwktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Barclay College

www.barclaycollege.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Donnelly College

www.donnelly.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Haskell Indian Nations University

www.haskell.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

Manhattan Christian College

www.mccks.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Art Institutes International-KC

www.artinstitutes.edu

College of the Ozarks - www.coto.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Missouri State University

www.missouristate.edu

North Central Missouri College

www.ncmissouri.edu

Ozarks Tech Community College

www.otc.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

St. Louis Christian College

www.stlchristian.edu 

Saint Louis University

www.imagine.stu.edu

Southeast Missouri State University

www.semo.edu

Southwest Baptist University

www.sbuniv.edu 

University of Central Missouri

www.ucmo.edu

Vatterott College:Joplin

www.vatterott.edu 

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

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

Social Workers

Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors

Teachers, Postsecondary

Information Technology—Web and Digital Communication

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

21st Century Journalism

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Integrated Computer Applications-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

 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

Integrated Computer Applications-.5 credit

Multimedia-1.0 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

Debate/Forensics

Advanced Publications—(Newspaper)

Advanced 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)-1.0 credit

Graphic Design 2-1.0 credit

Multimedia (TCALC) -1.0 credit

Web Design (TCALC) -1 credit

Media Tech Workplace Experience-1.0 credit

Topics in Media Technology(TCALC) -1.0 credit

AP Computer Science – 1.0

Web & Digital Communication Pathway @ TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

College Public Speaking*

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Advanced Publications—(Newspaper)

Advanced Publications—(Yearbook)

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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

Web & Dig Media Proj Management -1.0 credit

Programming for the Web, Apps or Games(TCALC) -1.0 credit

Graphic Design 2-1.0 credit

Media Tech Workplace Experience-1.0 credit

3D Computer Graphics TCALC) -1.0 credit

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.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Bryan University

www.bryanu.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

www.cofo.edu

Columbia College

www.ccis.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

Fontbonne University

www.fontbonne.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Jefferson College

www.jeffco.edu

Kansas City Art Institute

www.kcai.edu

Metropolitan Community College

www.mcckc.edu

National American University

www.national.edu

Northwest Missouri State University

www.nwmissouri.edu

Park University

www.park.edu

Ranken Technical College

www.ranken.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

University of Missouri: St. Louis

www.umsl.edu

University of Phoenix

www.phoenix.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

Webster University

www.webster.edu

William Jewell College

www.jewell.edu

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 Computer Systems Analysts

Data Communications Analysts

Database Administrators

Graphic Designers

Multi-Media 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

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

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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

 Fire Fighter Level 1

 Emergency Medical Technician

Assessments:

 Accuplacer Test (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

Debate/Forensics

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*

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

Into to Law & Public Service (TCALC)-.5 credit

Fire Science I (TCALC)-1.0 credit

Fire Science II (TCALC)-1.0 credit

Public Safety PE(TCALC)-.5 credit

Emergency & Fire Management @ TCALC

EMT & Emergency Communications @ Washburn Tech

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century & Global Communications

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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)-1.0 credit

Hazardous Materials for the First Responder (TCALC)-1.0 credit

Public Safety PE(TCALC)-.5 credit

Emergency & Fire Management @ TCALC

EMT & Emergency Communications @ Washburn Tech

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Bryan University

www.bryanu.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Barclay College

www.barclaycollege.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Haskell Indian Nations University

www.haskell.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu 

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

www.cofo.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Metropolitan Community College—Kansas City

www.mcckc.edu

Mineral Area College

www.mineralarea.edu

Ozarks Technical Community College

www.otc.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

Three Rivers Community College

www.trcc.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training

or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Ambulance Drivers

Animal Control Workers Bailiffs

Corrections Officers

Court Clerks

Crossing Guards

Fire Fighters

Forest Fire Fighters

Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigators

Life Guards and Ski Patrollers

Parking Enforcement Officers

Parking Enforcement Workers

Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers

Security Guards

Sheriffs

Transportation Security Agents

Correctional Officers and Jailers

Court Reporters

Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics

Fire Inspectors

Fire Investigators

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and Detectives

Forest Fire Fighting and Prevention Supervisors

Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialists

Legal Secretaries

Municipal Fire Fighting and Prevention Supervisors

Paralegals and Legal Assistants

Police Detectives

Police Identification and Records Officers

Police Patrol Officers

Private Detectives and Investigators

Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs

Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers

Transit and Railroad Police

Arbitrators and Mediators

Coroners

Correctional Treatment Specialists

Criminal Investigators and Special Agents

Emergency Management Specialists

Forensic Science Technicians

Immigration and Customs Inspectors Judges and Hearing Officers

Law Clerks

Probation Officers

Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary

Child, Family, and School Social Workers

Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary

Lawyer

Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security—Law & Public Safety

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Into to Law & Public Service (THS/TWHS/HPHS)-.5 credit

First Aid, CPR, EMR (THS/TWHS/HPHS)-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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

 Fire Fighter Level 1

 Emergency Medical Technician

Assessments:

 Accuplacer Test (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 (THS/TWHS/HPHS)-1 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

Debate/Forensics

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*

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

Into to Law & Public Service (HS)-.5 credit

First Aid, CPR, EMR, Hazardous Materials (HS)-.5 credit

Law Enforcement I (TCALC)-1 credit

Law Enforcement II (TCALC)-1 credit

Forensic Science I (TCALC)-.5 credit

Forensic Science II (TCALC)-1 credit

Public Safety PE (TCALC)-.5 credit

Law & Public Safety @ TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century & Global Communications

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability and Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 credit

Public Safety PE (TCALC)-.5 credit

Corrections Officer (TCALC)-.5 credit

Law, Public Safety & Security Internship (TCALC)-1credit

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.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Labette Community College

www.labette.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Bryan University

www.bryanu.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Barclay College

www.barclaycollege.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Haskell Indian Nations University

www.haskell.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu 

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

College of the Ozarks

www.cofo.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Metropolitan Community College—Kansas City

www.mcckc.edu

Mineral Area College

www.mineralarea.edu

Ozarks Technical Community College

www.otc.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

Three Rivers Community College

www.trcc.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training

or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Ambulance Drivers

Animal Control Workers Bailiffs

Corrections Officers

Court Clerks

Crossing Guards

Fire Fighters

Forest Fire Fighters

Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigators

Life Guards and Ski Patrollers

Parking Enforcement Officers

Parking Enforcement Workers

Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers

Security Guards

Sheriffs

Transportation Security Agents

Correctional Officers and Jailers

Court Reporters

Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics

Fire Inspectors

Fire Investigators

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and Detectives

Forest Fire Fighting and Prevention Supervisors

Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialists

Legal Secretaries

Municipal Fire Fighting and Prevention Supervisors

Paralegals and Legal Assistants

Police Detectives

Police Identification and Records Officers

Police Patrol Officers

Private Detectives and Investigators

Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs

Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers

Transit and Railroad Police

Arbitrators and Mediators

Coroners

Correctional Treatment Specialists

Criminal Investigators and Special Agents

Emergency Management Specialists

Forensic Science Technicians

Immigration and Customs Inspectors Judges and Hearing Officers

Law Clerks

Probation Officers

Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary

Child, Family, and School Social Workers

Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary

Lawyer

Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary

Marketing

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Introduction to Business-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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

Introduction to Business-.5 credit

Principles of Marketing-.5 credit

Accounting 1-.5 credit

Accounting 2-.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

Entrepreneurship-.5 credit

Sports & Entertainment Mktg-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

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 credit

Principles of Marketing-.5 credit

Accounting 1-.5 credit

Accounting 2-.5 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

Graphic Design 2-1.0 credit

Multimedia-1.0 credit

Sports & Entertainment Mktg-.5 credit

Web Design-.5 credit

Business Management-.5 credit

Business Economics-.5 credit

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century & Global Communications

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 credit

Business Communications-.5 credit

Graphic Design 2-1.0 credit

Sports & Entertainment Mktg-.5 credit

Web Design-.5 credit

Multimedia-1.0 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.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Brown Mackie College

www.brownmackie.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Avila University

www.avila.edu

College of the Ozarks

www.cofo.edu

Columbia College

www.ccis.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

Metropolitan Community College

www.mcckc.edu

Missouri State University

www.missouristate.edu

Missouri University of Science & Technology

www.mst.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

University of Missouri: Columbia

www.missouri.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

William Jewell College

www.jewell.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training

or Less

Technical Training or Associate 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, and Community Association

Managers

Real Estate Brokers

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

Travel Agents

Travel Guides

Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products

Art Directors

Editors

Market Research Analysts

Public Relations Specialists

Sales Managers

Sales Representatives Survey Researchers Technical Writers

Business Teacher, Postsecondary

Marketing Managers

Public Relations Managers

Purchasing Managers

Sales Managers

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)—Biomedical (Medical Professions)

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Integrated Computer Applications-.5 credit

Engineering Applications-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising 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 (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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 credit

Engineering Applications-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

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 Biomedical Science (TCALC)-1 credit

Medical Interventions (TCALC)-1  credit

Pharmacology (TCALC)-1  credit

Project Management & Resource Scheduling (TCALC)-1  credit

Medical Professions Pathways @ TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

World Literature 1 & 2*

21st Century & Global Communications

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 Biomedical Science (TCALC)-1  credit

Medical Interventions (TCALC)-1  credit

Project Management & Resource Scheduling (TCALC)-1  credit

Biotechnology I (TCALC)-1  credit

Biotechnology II (TCALC)-1  credit

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.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Cloud County Community College

www.cloud.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

Avila University

www.avila.edu

Culver-Stockton College

www.culver.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Lincoln University

www.lincolnu.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

St. Louis University

www.slu.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Electronics Engineering Technologists

Engineering Technicians

Manufacturing Engineering Technologists

Science Technicians

Aerospace Engineers

Biomedical Engineers

Cartographers

Chemists

Civil Engineers

Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Energy Engineers

Environmental Engineers

Geospatial Information Scientists and Technologists

Industrial Engineers Manufacturing Engineers Materials Engineers

Mechanical Engineers

Meteorologists

Mining Engineers

Nuclear Engineers

Petroleum Engineers

Photonics Engineers

Remote Sensing Scientists and Technologists

Anthropologists

Archeologists

Astronomers

 Biologists

Environmental Scientists

Geographers

Geologists and Geophysicists

Historians

Mathematicians

Physicists

Political Scientists

Robotics Engineers

Sociologists

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)—Engineering & Applied Mathematics

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Integrated Computer Applications-.5 credit

Engineering Applications-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising Research

 Internship

 Job Shadowing

 Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

 Community Service (40 Hrs)

 Part-time Employment

 Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

 Digital Literacy Certificate

 OSHA 10

Assessments:

 Accuplacer Test (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 KS State Assessments

Student Organizations:

 FBLA

 FCCLA

 Skills USA

 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 credit

Engineering Applications-.5 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

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

Intro to Engineering Design (TCALC)-1  credit

Robotics (TCALC)-1 credit

Introduction to Engineering (TCALC)-1 credit

Engineering and Applied Math @ TCALC

12

Senior Composition*

Speech

College Public Speaking*

21st Century & Global Communications

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

Functions/Trig

AP Statistics

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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 Engineering (TCALC)-1  credit

Robotics (TCALC)-1 credit

Introduction to Engineering (TCALC)-1 credit

Engineering Design & Development (TCALC) -.5 credit

Digital Electronics

Project Management -.5  credit

Engineering and Applied Math @ TCALC

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Allen Community College

www.allencc.edu

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Colby Community College

www.colbycc.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Dodge City Community College

www.dc3.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Neosho County Community College

www.neosho.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Flint Hills Technical College

www.fhtc.edu

Baker University

www.bakeru.edu

Benedictine College

www.benedictine.edu

Bethany College

www.bethanylb.edu

Bethel College

www.bethelks.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas

www.centralchristian.edu

Emporia State University

www.emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University

www.fhsu.edu

Friends University

www.friends.edu

Kansas State University

www.k-state.edu

Kansas Wesleyan University

www.kwu.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

MidAmerica Nazarene University

www.mnu.edu

Newman University

www.newmanu.edu

Ottawa University

www.ottawa.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

Southwestern College

www.sckans.edu

Sterling College

www.sterling.edu

Tabor College

www.tabor.edu

University of Kansas

www.ku.edu

University of St. Mary

www.stmary.edu

Washburn University

www.washburn.edu

Wichita State University

www.wichita.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Avila University

www.avila.edu

Culver-Stockton College

www.culver.edu

Drury University

www.drury.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Grantham University

www.grantham.edu

Lincoln University

www.lincolnu.edu

Rockhurst University

www.rockhurst.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

St. Louis University

www.slu.edu

University of Missouri: Kansas City

www.umkc.edu

Washington University in St. Louis

www.wustl.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Electronics Engineering Technologists

Engineering Technicians

Manufacturing Engineering Technologists

Science Technicians

Aerospace Engineers

Biomedical Engineers

Cartographers

Chemists

Civil Engineers

Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Energy Engineers

Environmental Engineers

Geospatial Information Scientists and Technologists

Industrial Engineers Manufacturing Engineers Materials Engineers

Mechanical Engineers

Meteorologists

Mining Engineers

Nuclear Engineers

Petroleum Engineers

Photonics Engineers

Remote Sensing Scientists and Technologists

Anthropologists

Archeologists

Astronomers

 Biologists

Environmental Scientists

Geographers

Geologists and Geophysicists

Historians

Mathematicians

Physicists

Political Scientists

Robotics Engineers

Sociologists

Transportation Distribution & Logistics—Automotive Technology

Career Cluster Program of Study

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.

Secondary

English

4 credits

Math

3 credits

Science

3 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Other Required Courses,

Elective Options (11 credits)

TCALC or Washburn Tech

Additional

Learning Opportunities

9

English 9

Honors English 9

21st Century Journalism

Pre-Algebra

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 credit

Fine Arts●-1 credit

Consumer & Personal Finance -.5 credit

Introduction to Transportation-.5 credit

School-Based:

 Career Cruising Research

 Internship

 Job Shadowing

 Other:_________________

Community Based:

 Mentorship

 Community Service (40 Hrs)

 Part-time Employment

 Other:_________________

Assessments/Certifications:

 ASE Certifications

 OSHA 10

Assessments:

 Accuplacer Test (12th Grade)

 ACT Aspire (9 & 10th Grade)

 ACT (11th and 12th Grade)

 PSAT

 SAT

 ASVAB (10th-12th grade)

 WorkKeys (10-12th Grade)

 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

Introduction to Transportation-.5 credit

General Services 1 (Auto)-1 credit

11

English 11

AP Language and Composition

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

General Services 2 (Auto)-1 credit

General Services 3 (Auto)-1 credit

Automotive Tech or Diesel Tech @ Washburn Tech

12

Senior Composition*

College Public Speaking*

Hispanic Literature

African-American Literature

AP Literature and Composition*

Debate/Forensics

Algebra 2

Honors Algebra 2

Honors Pre-Calc/Trig

Functions/Trig

Probability & Stats

AP Statistics*

College Algebra*

AP Calculus A/B &  

      B/C

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

General Services 2 (Auto)-1 credit

General Services 3 (Auto)-1 credit

Automotive Tech or Diesel Tech @ Washburn Tech

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

Courses in BOLD are required to complete this career pathway.

Postsecondary Options

(For more options, go to https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search)

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.

Post-Secondary

2-Year & Community Colleges

Technical College/Institute

In State, 4-Year Colleges and Universities

Out of State/Other

Barton County Community College

www.bartonccc.edu

Butler Community College

www.butlercc.edu

Coffeyville Community College

www.coffeyville.edu

Cowley County Community College

www.cowley.edu

Fort Scott Community College

www.fortscott.edu

Garden City Community College

www.gcccks.edu

Highland Community College

www.highlandcc.edu

Hutchinson Community College

www.hutchcc.edu

Independence Community College

www.indycc.edu

Johnson County Community College

www.jccc.edu

Kansas City Kansas Community College

www.kckcc.edu

Pratt Community College

www.prattcc.edu

Seward County Community College

www.sccc.edu

Manhattan Area Technical College

www.manhattantech.edu

North Central Kansas Technical College

www.ncktc.edu

Northwest Kansas Technical College

www.nwktc.edu

Washburn Institute of Technology

www.washburntech.edu

Wichita Area Technical College

www.watc.edu

McPherson College

www.mcpherson.edu

Pittsburg State University

www.pittstate.edu

•Apprenticeship

•Military

•On-the-Job Training

Crowder College

www.crowder.edu

East Central College

www.eastcentral.edu

Jefferson College

www.jeffco.edu

Metropolitan Community College

www.mcckc.edu

Mineral Area College

www.mineralarea.edu

North Central Missouri College

www.ncmissouri.edu

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

www.osuit.edu

Ozarks Technical Community College

www.otc.edu

Ranken Technical College

www.ranken.edu

Southeastern Oklahoma State University

www.se.edu

State Technical College of Missouri

www.statetechmo.edu

State Fair Community College

www.sfccmo.edu

St. Louis Community College

www.stlcc.edu

Sample Careers By Educational Level

On-the-Job Training

or Less

Technical Training or Associate Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree or More

Air Traffic Controllers and Flight Attendants

Auto Body Repairers

Bicycle Repairers

Bus Drivers and School Bus Drivers

Dispatchers and Traffic Technicians

Freight Handlers

Heavy Equipment Mechanics

Heavy Truck Drivers

Motorboat & Motorcycle Mechanics

Parking Lot Attendants

Riggers

Service Station Attendants, Tire Repairers and Changers

Transportation Agents

Aircraft Mechanic

Automobile Mechanics

Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists Electrical/Electronics Installers/Repairers, Transportation Equipment

Electronic Equipment Installers/Repairers, Motor Vehicles First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation

Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators Motorboat Mechanics and Motorcycle Mechanics Signal and Track Switch Repairers

Traffic Technicians

Transportation Vehicle, Equipment/Systems Inspectors

Airline Pilot

Logisticians

Storage and Distribution Managers

Chief Executive

Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers (TCALC)

USD 501, Topeka Public Schools

The Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers (TCALC) is an innovative high school program created in partnership with business and industry concentrating in four strands:  Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing; Bioscience & Biomedical; Business, and Human Services. The Center is all about students solving real problems, with real tools used by real professional(s), being mentored by real employers, leading to real contributions in the professional area.

 

Students enrolled in the Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers Program, fast forward into their future as if they already have a college degree and are fully immersed in a professional culture.  Students use industry standard tools which lead to substantial advanced contribution during the formative high school years.  Students learn from global and local leaders, such as Westar Energy, Valeo Behavioral Health, Stormont Vail, and Meals on Wheels who have chosen to partner with the district and share the program’s commitment to educate the future leaders of America. The Center is an example of how business, community and public education can partner to produce personalized learning experiences that educate the needed workforce of tomorrow, especially in high skill, high demand jobs.  Early career professional skills like project management, business ethics, time management, teamwork, creativity and instructed, role modeled and measured.

 

TCALC is not a vocational program.  The Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers provides students the opportunity to deeply explore professions of high interest through a profession-based, inquiry-based learning method. Local and global business partners participate with highly skilled instructors to provide authentic exposure and skill acquisition in high demand/high skill 21st century professions.

 

Requirements for Enrollment:

  1. Attained junior or senior status and on-track towards graduation
  2. Desire to work in a profession-based real world environment with other TPS high school students
  3. Be willing to comply with business ethics (e.g. attendance) and dress codes as determined by the type of TCALC study they are involved in
  4. Be willing to spend 2.5 hours a day (morning or afternoon) away from their home high school; 7:55 AM to 10:25 AM or 12:30 PM to 3 PM.
  5. Be able to coordinate transportation either through the district or personally to TCALC sites and business partnership sites.

 

Types of Strands and Courses Offered:

TCALC is driven by the changing workforce needs of industry, therefore instructors and TCALC Business Partners co-author all coursework.  TCALC curriculum is dynamic, constantly evolving to follow industry trends and market changes using a copyrighted rapid prototyping curriculum development process.  TCALC Pathways include:

TRANSPORTATION

Transportation may be provided in the morning and afternoon for students enrolled in the TCALC Program, Monday through Friday, from their home high school to TCALC.  A bus will pick up and return students from the program and be able to attend the last or first 4 hours at their home high school.  Students are required to provide transportation to and from internships, business projects, or observations.

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Graduation Requirements & Kansas Board of Regents Curriculum

Subject Area

TPS Graduation Requirements

Kansas Regents Qualified Admission Curriculum*

Kansas Scholars Curriculum

Language

Arts

4 Credits

1.0 English 9/ Pre-AP English 9

1.0 English 10/ Pre-AP English 10

1.0 English 11/ AP Lang & Comp

.5 Speech/College Speech/ Debate/ Forensics/ Acting/ Applied Communication/21st Century Global Communications

.5 English Language Arts Elective

4 Credits

1.0 credit each year

(.5 credit may be speech)

4 Credits

Same as Qualified Admission Curriculum

Mathematics

3 Credits

3 credits, including Geometry

3 Credits*

3 credits at or above Algebra 1 taken during 9-12 grades AND students must score a 22 in Math on the ACT

OR

4 Credits*

4 credits at or above Algebra 1 taken during 9-12 grades with one taken in the graduating year.

4 Credits

1.0 Algebra 1*

1.0 Geometry

1.0 Algebra 2

1.0 credit beyond Algebra 2

*Algebra taken in the 8th grade is accepted.

Science

3 Credits

1.0 Biology/Honors Biology

3 Credits

1.0 Must be Chemistry or Physics

3 Credits

1.0 Biology

1.0 Chemistry

1.0 Physics

Social

Studies

3 Credits

1.0 World History/ Honors World History

1.0 US History  OR  AP US History 1 and 2 OR College History

.5 Social Studies Elective

.5 US Government/ AP Government

3 Credits

1.0 World History/ Honors World History

1.0 US History  OR  AP US History 1 and 2 OR College History

.5 Social Studies Elective

.5 US Government/ AP Government

3 Credits

1.0 World History/ Honors World History

1.0 US History  OR  AP US History 1 and 2 OR College History

.5 Social Studies Elective

.5 US Government/ AP Government

World

Language

2 Credits

(Same Language)

Physical

Education

1 Credit

1.0 Physical Dimensions of Health

Fine Arts

1 Credit

Financial

Literacy

.5 Credit

Consumer & Personal Finance or Economics or Entrepreneurship

Elective

Credits

8.5 Credits

Decisions about additional electives coursework should be guided by the student’s chosen career cluster and pathway.

3 Approved Units

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Enrollment Requirements

Students must be enrolled in a full schedule each year. Seniors may seek approval for a condensed schedule second semester.

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Kansas Qualified Admissions

If you are a Kansas resident who will graduate from an accredited high school during the 2016-2017 academic year or later, you can guarantee admission to Fort Hays State University, Pittsburg State University, Wichita State University, Emporia State University, and Kansas State University by completing the Qualified Admissions or Kansas Scholars curriculum and the following:

University of Kansas requires completion of the Qualified Admissions or Kansas Scholars curriculum and the following:

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Grade Classifications

Topeka Public Schools’ grade advancement policy is based upon the current requirement that a student earn 24 credits in order to graduate. A credit is earned for each subject carried successfully for a school year or the equivalent. The policy follows:

Classification

Credits Required

Graduate

24 or more

Senior

17

Junior

12

Sophomore

6

Students must earn the following number of credits to be classified per grade:

Sometimes a second-year student will not have attained sophomore status, but is eligible for sophomore-level courses. Hence, courses are designated by year or level rather than by class status to avoid confusion about eligibility. Likewise, a third-year student who does not have enough credits to be considered a junior may enroll in junior-level courses, and a fourth-year student who does not have enough credits to be considered a senior may enroll in senior-level course.

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Kansas State High School Activities Association Eligibility

In order to be eligible for Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) events, a student must be currently passing five classes and have passed five classes the preceding semester. Some examples of KSHSAA activities are sports, cheerleading, debate, music, and dance team.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Eligibility

If a student wants to participate in Division I or Division II sports, start the certification process early, usually by the end of the junior year.

In general, to be certified a student must:

DIVISION I

16 Core-Course Rule

DIVISION II

16 Core-Course Rule

4

Years of English

3

Years of English

3

Years of Mathematics (Algebra I or higher)

2

Years of Mathematics (Algebra I or higher)

2

Years of natural/physical science

(1 year of lab, if offered by high school)

2

Years of natural/physical science

(1 year of lab, if offered by high school)

1

Year of additional English, mathematics or natural/physical science

3

Years of additional English, mathematics or natural/physical science

2

Years of social science

2

Years of social science

4

Y Years of additional courses (approved electives)

4

Years of additional courses (approved electives)

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Honors, Pre-Advanced Placement, and Advanced Placement Classes

Topeka Public Schools promotes an Advanced Placement (AP) program of studies that encourages equitable access for all students, reflecting the diversity of our district.  Advanced Placement students will engage in academically rigorous coursework that challenges their thinking and prepares them for success in a wide variety of postsecondary experiences.

In order to achieve success, Advanced Placement students will experience the following opportunities:

The AP curriculum prepares students to take the AP examination (for a fee) for college credit.  Students whose test scores are considered acceptable on the AP exam usually receive college credit and/or advanced placement in the course for which they tested.  It is possible to take an AP exam without having enrolled in an AP course.

Honors and Pre-AP levels of required courses demand from student’s additional reading and writing, strong critical thinking and analysis skills, and real proficiency in the subject.  

For more information on the rewards of Advanced Placement Courses see College Board.

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Concurrent Enrollment with Washburn University

TOPEKA PUBLIC SCHOOLS REGULATION 6150-4

  1. Students wishing to take a college course shall make this request to the building principal the semester prior to enrollment in the course.
  2. Students may enroll in a college course if that course is not offered at their attendance center or if the building principal grants an exception.
  3. Dual credit may be approved by the building principal for college courses taken at an accredited institution. Credit shall be shown on the high school transcript as credit or no credit. This credit/no credit is to be in accordance with all provisions in Administrative Regulation No. 6150-1. College courses shall not be used in the calculation of the student's high school grade point average.
  4. One-half (.5) high school credit may be awarded for successful completion of at least a three-hour credit college course. No more than one-half (.5) high school credit will be awarded per semester for college-level courses.
  5. The building principal will have the responsibility for approving.

Topeka Public Schools and Washburn University (WU)

The goal of concurrent enrollment is to enhance the transition from high school to college by providing eligible students the option of earning WU academic credit at a reduced tuition rate for the successful completion of a select group of courses.  The dual credit courses are limited to juniors and seniors who have at least a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA. Additionally, students enrolling in College Algebra must either score 22 on the ACT Math Exam or the equivalent score on the COMPASS Math Test.  Courses offered for concurrent credit are:

 

Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (CEP) Courses

These courses are taught at the participating high schools during the regular school day and have the same requirements as the courses taught on the Washburn University campus.  The courses vary by high school.  A CEP program orientation and registration session is held at each high school in both the fall and spring.  Students should contact the program liaison at their high school for specific times, dates, and course information.

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Washburn Institute Of Technology (Washburn Tech)

Topeka Public Schools pays tuition at Washburn Institute of Technology (Washburn Tech) for current high school juniors and seniors in the district. Topeka Public School students attend Washburn Tech on a part-time basis, approximately a half-day schedule.  Bus transportation is provided. Based on enrollment requirements for the program of interest, seniors only may attend full time second-semester. Students who successfully complete a half-day schedule (a.m. or p.m.) of courses at Washburn Tech during a semester earn 2.0 credits at their home high school.

Enrollment Procedure

Enrollment is open to qualified students who are currently enrolled in high school. High school students who wish to enroll in a technical program at Washburn Institute of Technology must follow the procedures listed below.

  1. Take the Admissions Test (free while in high school) either at Washburn Institute of Technology or their home high school (when available).
  2. Complete an online application at http://www.washburntech.edu/admissions/apply.html
  3. Discuss scores and program of interest with an Admissions Counselor.
  4. Submit an in-progress official high school transcript.
  5. Enroll during designated enrollment periods. A $20.00 enrollment fee is required at the time of registration to reserve placement in desired program. Program registration is done on a first come, first serve basis. Many programs have limited enrollment capacity and/or are competitive programs. Admissions Counselors can provide program specific information.

Transportation to Washburn Tech and HealthCare Technology at HPHS:

Bus transportation is provided for juniors and seniors enrolled in courses at Washburn Institute of Technology, Monday through Friday.  Buses will transport students in the morning and afternoon from each high school. Students are not limited to morning or afternoon sessions while attending Washburn Tech.

Health Care Technology Course offered by Washburn Tech has bus transportation from each home high school to HPHS as well as the return trip.  In addition, bus transportation is provided from the high school to the clinical site required by the course.

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Post -Secondary Courses and Eligibility

Students desiring to enroll in college courses and participate in Kansas High School Activity Association sanctioned activities must adhere to the following guidelines, as well as the Dual Credit policy.

Examples:

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Credit/No Credit Options for High School Students

Topeka Public Schools Regulation 6150-1

  1. All students who are enrolled in the district-approved minimum course load (or more) may elect one of those subjects each semester on a credit/no credit basis. EXCEPTION: Any senior may elect one subject on a credit/no credit basis either semester without being enrolled in the district-approved minimum course load.
  2. A maximum of three (3) credits taken on the credit/no credit plan will be counted toward graduation.
  3. Students electing a subject on a credit/no credit basis will have the same attendance and academic requirements as all other students enrolled in the subject. The minimum Standard for the lowest passing grade will be the determining factor for credit in the course.
  4. Students electing this option will be required to indicate their decision, in writing, not later than the sixth week of the semester. A form for this request will be provided. Parental consent must be given and will be so indicated by the parent's signature on the request form.
  5. The entry on the student's transcript will be indicated as "credit" or "no credit" with appropriate credit noted and will not be counted in computing the student's grade point average.
  6. Once the student has declared a subject to be taken on the credit/no credit basis, the decision is irrevocable.

Note:  The Kansas Board of Regents Curriculum does not recognize credit/no credit.  The NCAA Eligibility Center will compute credit/no credit as a “D.”

The deadline for requesting Credit/No Credit is the end of the sixth week of the semester.

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Weighted Courses and Grade Point Average

Weighted grade point averages will be calculated for the following courses:

Traditional GPA

Weighted GPA

A = 4 points

B = 3 points

C = 2 points

D = 1 point  

F = 0 points

A = 5 points

B = 4 points

C = 3 points

D = 2 points

F = 0 points

Weighted grade points will be assigned only to the courses listed below:

Fine Arts

4055

AP Art History

3665A

Honors Humanities 1

4402

AP Music Theory

3665B

Honors Humanities 2

4155

AP Studio Art

Language Arts

3742

Forensics 4

3745

Debate 4

3545

AP Language and Composition

3441

Honors  English 9

3535

AP Literature and Composition

3443

Honors  English 10

Mathematics

5185

AP Calculus AB        

5124

Honors Algebra 2

5186

AP Calculus BC        

5154

Honors Geometry

5212

AP Statistics

5180

Pre-Calculus

Science

564

AP Biology

5695

AP Physics 1

5691

AP Physics C

5689

AP Physics 2

5685

AP Chemistry

5644

Honors Biology

5660

AP Environmental Science

5679

Honors Chemistry

Social Studies

6145

AP European History

6134

Honors US Government

6279

AP Psychology

6104

Honors World History

6129

AP US Comparative Government and Politics

6137

AP US History 1

6128

AP US Government and Politics

6138

AP US History 2

World Language

3839

Mandarin Chinese 4

3856

Advanced German

3844

French 4

3894

Spanish 4

3847

French 5

3897

Spanish 5

3846

Advanced French

3896

Advanced Spanish

3854

German 4

3895

AP Spanish Language

3857

German 5

3900

Honors Heritage Spanish

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Independent Study

Independent Study is open to those who wish to study subject matter of particular interest that is not offered in the regular curriculum. Refer to course 1390 in this document. Students with a Gifted Individual Education Plan refer to course 8590.  Students with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) refer to course 8490.

The deadline for the completed application is Nov. 15 for second semester courses and April 15 for first semester courses. Applications are available in the counseling offices.

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Religion Program Credit

Coursework directed specifically toward religion will not be accepted for transfer credit. Non-doctrinal religious courses may be accepted for credit.

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Home-Schooled Students

Topeka Public Schools reserves the right to request any type of validation necessary to help us determine the appropriate course and grade placement.  Examples could be homework, tests, textbook used, themes, projects, and any other materials which show the progress of the home-schooled students. Classes approved for credit within the guidelines of Topeka Public Schools policy will be entered on the transcript as a “CR” for credit or “N” for no credit. Every effort will be made to enroll homeschooled students in an appropriate course of study. Contact counselors for additional guidelines.

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Special Programs

AVID logo.gifAdvancement Via Individual Determination – HPHS & THS

 The AVID Student: AVID targets students in the academic middle - B, C, and even D students - who have the desire to go to college and the willingness to work hard. These are students who are capable of completing rigorous curriculum but are falling short of their potential. Typically, they will be the first in their families to attend college, and many are from low-income or minority families. AVID pulls these students out of their other elective courses and puts them on the college track: acceleration instead of remediation.

The AVID Elective: AVID students are expected to enroll in honors and/or Advanced Placement®, as well as AVID Elective. AVID Elective is one period a day where students learn organizational and study skills, work on critical thinking and inquiry, get academic help from peers and college tutors, and participate in enrichment and motivational activities that make college seem attainable.

 English Learners - HPHS, THS & TWHS

The EL programs support students to speak, read, and write English in all school subjects.

Services are delivered to qualifying students in one or more of the following ways:

 Topeka High School International Studies Program

Topeka High School believes in educating our students to be college and/or career ready in a global society. An essential component of achieving this goal is educating students in Global Literacy including critical thinking in a conscious and deliberate way and problem solving on a global scale to be responsible global citizens.

Topeka High School has created an International Studies Program that will provide our students with the essential 21st Century Skill of Global Literacy. This program allows students to take coursework that will provide global engagement in such areas as world geography, international studies, international business, ethnic studies, humanities, world literature, and more, while developing communicative competence in a Romance language (French, German, or Spanish), in addition to Mandarin Chinese.

Students will engage with this global curriculum through the study of the relationship among the perspectives, practices, and products of different cultures in meaningful contexts. They will learn skills that will allow them to function in a world that is culturally and globally diverse, learning to recognize different perspectives by analyzing real-world perspectives and events, while acquiring information from a variety of global sources.

To receive the designation with a focus on International Studies a student must complete a minimum of the following:

*This course is still in development. One component will be a formal presentation to a panel of teachers, administrators, and community members.

To receive the designation with an emphasis in International Studies a student must complete a minimum of the following:

24 units are required for Graduation = 15.5 required units + 8.5 elective units

28 units are available prior to Graduation = 15.5 required units + 12.5 elective units

A student could complete the International Studies diploma designation program and still participate all four years in another program such as AVID, MJROTC, Trade and Industry, Band, Music, Art, etc, if they wish.

Elective courses that count toward the International Studies diploma designation are denoted by the symbol in the Program of Studies.

**Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors interested in pursuing this diploma designation must have a transcript review in order to determine your ability to complete this program prior to graduation.**

Topeka High School International Studies Curriculum Options

World Language Electives

International Studies Electives

Each Course is 1.0 Units

Each Course is .5 Units*

3836 Mandarin Chinese 1

6090 World Geography

3837 Mandarin Chinese 2

6020 West African Geography

3838 Mandarin Chinese 3

6010 International Relations

3839 Mandarin Chinese 4

2106 International Business

3841 French 1

3680 Mythology

3842 French 2

3691 World Literature 1

3843 French 3

3692 World Literature 2

3844 French 4

3744 Advanced Debate

3846 Advanced French

3745 Debate 4

3851 German 1

5710 Ecology

3852 German 2

6129 AP Comparative Government and Politics

3853 German 3

6210 Ethnic Studies

3854 German 4

6217 Hispanic Studies

3856 Advanced German

1467 International Studies Senior Capstone Project

3891 Spanish 1

3616 Hispanic Literature

3892 Spanish 2

Each Course is 1.0 Units

3893 Spanish 3

1314 MCJROTC Leadership Education IV

3894 Spanish 4

3545 AP Language and Composition

3895 AP Spanish Language

3535 AP Literature and Composition

3900 Honors Heritage Spanish

4055 AP Art History

3950 Español Para Hispanohablantes 1

5660 AP Environmental Science

3951 Español Para Hispanohablantes 2

6145 AP European History

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

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing dropouts among young people who are most at-risk.  In more than three decades of operation, JAG has delivered consistent, compelling results – helping nearly three-quarters of a million young people stay in school through graduation, pursue postsecondary education and secure quality entry-level jobs leading to career advancement opportunities. http://www.jag.org/node/1

 Junior ROTC - HPHS, THS, and TWHS

Benefits of JROTC Program

Since its inception in 1916, the JROTC program has been viewed as a strong program that provides youth with much-needed skills in citizenship and leadership. Additionally, numerous studies have shown that students who participate in JROTC programs have better attendance, grades, and graduation rates relative to students who were in general academic programs. Principals and school administrators also maintain positive attitudes toward JROTC because these programs:

Highland Park High School Air Force JROTC Mission

"Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community”

http://www.au.af.mil/au/holmcenter/AFJROTC/AboutJROTC.asp

Topeka West High School Army JROTC Program Outcomes:

http://www.usarmyjrotc.com/jrotc-program/jrotc-program-information

Topeka High School Marine Corps ROTC Values

http://www.mcjrotc.org

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Topeka West’s Leadership Program

Leadership is the skill of motivating, guiding and empowering a team towards a socially responsible vision. Topeka West believes in The Social Change Model of Leadership.  We believe that by fostering students individual strengths, and examining leadership theory our students will begin to see their potential as leaders.  We also believe that by implementing those newly found skills in community action projects, we can begin to grow leaders in the city of Topeka for positive change.

Topeka West and Washburn University’s Leadership Institute have partnered to provide Topeka West Students with a unique opportunity.  Topeka West Students may take Leadership Studies 3 as a dual credit option through Washburn University for a reduced fee.  Students who elect to take the course for dual credit will have met the requirements for the entry-level course in Washburn’s Leadership Studies Certificate or Leadership Minor. For more information see: Leadership Studies Academic Programming

Studies Graduation Distinction Requirements:

Students at Topeka West can earn a distinction on their diploma denoting their completion of Leadership Studies Programming.

To receive the Leadership Studies diploma designation (a phrase equating to high honors, like emphasis on), a student must complete a minimum of the following:

  1. Leadership Studies I
  2. Leadership Studies II *Leadership Studies I and II cannot be taken concurrently
  1. -Applications due October 15th and March 15th
  1. 25 Hours of Community Service Junior Year
  2. 25 Hours of Community Service Senior Year
  3. Leadership Studies students who are interested in receiving distinction must declare an academic focus area of of leadership. To complete your focus area requirements, you must complete 4.0 credits in your focus area and maintain a B average in those focus area courses. Classes in your focus area must include TPS requirements, along with the electives that would fulfil 4.0 total credits.

*Distinction will be available starting with the class of 2017

Students may choose to focus on one of the following disciplines to declare their academic focus in leadership.

The table below denotes a sample focus area curriculum:

Social Studies Focus Area

Credits

Requirements:

1) World History or Honors World History

2) U.S. History 1or Advanced Placement U.S. History 1

3) U.S. History 2 or Advanced Placement U.S. History 2

4) U.S. Government or Advanced Placement U.S. Government & Politics

 

1.0

0.5

0.5

0.5

Electives (You must take two)

1) Current Social Issues

2) Economics

3) Ethnic Studies

4) Psychology

5) Issues In Psychology

6) Sociology

7) Advanced Placement European History*

 

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

1.0

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Courses By Department

KBOR=Kansas Board of Regents approved (x-e=approved elective)        Rept = course can be taken more than once

NCAA = National Collegiate Athletics Association approved        CC = Course may be offered for Concurrent Credit – check with school

Business Education

#

COURSE TITLE

KBOR

NCAA

REPT

CC

GRADE

CREDITS

2040

Introduction to Business

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

2049

Integrated Computer Applications

X-E

8,9,10,11,12

.5

2079

Accounting 1

X-E

10,11,12

.5

2080

Accounting 2

X-E

10,11,12

.5

2082

Advanced Accounting

X-E

11,12

1.0

2090

Banking & Finance

X-E

X

11,12

.5

2092

Investing

X-E

X

11,12

.5

2101

Business Communications

X-E

10,11,12

.5

2105

Business Law

X-E

11,12

.5

2106

International Business

X-E

10,11,12

.5

2115

Entrepreneurship

X-E

10,11,12

.5

2117

Advanced Entrepreneurship

X-E

10,11,12

.5

2169

Marketing Applications

X-E

11, 12

1.0

2172

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

X-E

10,11,12

.5

2181

Principles of Marketing

X-E

10,11,12

1.0

English Learners

#

COURSE TITLE

KBOR

NCAA

REPT

CC

GRADE

CREDITS

3790

ESOL Foundations

9,10,11,12

1.0

3791

ESOL 1

9,10,11,12

1.0

3792

ESOL 2

9,10,11,12

1.0

3793

ESOL 3

9,10,11,12

1.0

3794

ESOL 4

9,10,11,12

1.0

3975

Advanced  ESOL

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

Family and Consumer Science

#

COURSE TITLE

KBOR

NCAA

REPT

CC

GRADE

CREDITS

2257

Nutrition & Wellness

10,11,12

.5

2264

Culinary Essentials

9,10,11,12

.5

2265

Culinary Arts 1

X-E

10,11,12

1.0

2266

Culinary Applications

X-E

11, 12

1.0

2280

Human Growth & Development

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

2281

Parenting

10,11,12

.5

2284

Consumer & Personal Finance

9, 10, 1112

.5

2288

Child Development

9,10,11,12

.5

2311

Balancing Family & Career

10, 11, 12

.5

2321

Career & Life Planning

8,9,10,11,12

.5

2345

Leadership Service in Action

11, 12

.5

Fine Arts

#

COURSE TITLE

KBOR

NCAA

REPT

CC

GRADE

CREDITS

1391

Stagecraft 1

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

1392

Stagecraft 2

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

1393

Stagecraft 3

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

1466

Media Technology Workplace Experience

X-E

11,12

1.0

3661

The Great Plays

X-E

10, 11,12

.5

3737

Forensics 1

X-E

X

9, 10, 11, 12

.5

3738

Forensics 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

3739

Forensics 3

X-E

X

11,12

.5

3742

Forensics 4

X-E

X

X

12

.5

3746

Debate 1

X-E

X

9, 10, 11, 12

.5

3747

Debate 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

3748

Debate 3

X-E

X

11,12

.5

3745

Debate 4

X-E

X

X

12

.5

3751

Acting 1

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

3752

Acting 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

3756

Theatre Appreciation

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

3763

Diversity Theater

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

3754

Advanced Theatre Ensemble

X-E

X

10,11,12

1.0

3761

Topeka West Players

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4050

Art History

X-E

11, 12

.5

4055

Advanced Placement Art History

X-E

11, 12

1.0

4060

Survey Fine Arts

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

4070

Design

X-E

8,9,10,11,12

.5

4077

Graphic Design 1

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

 4082

Graphic Design 2

X-E

X

11,12

1.0

4080

Ceramics 1

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

4081

Ceramics 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

4092

3D Computer Graphics

X-E

X

10,11,12

1.0

4102

Principles of Illustration

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

4103

Principles of Illustration 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

4110

Jewelry 1

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

4111

Jewelry 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

4120

Painting 1

X-E

10,11,12

.5

4123

Painting 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

4130

Printmaking

X-E

11, 12

.5

4137

Digital Photography 1

X-E

10,11,12

.5

4138

Digital Photography 2

X-E

X

10,11,12

.5

4140

Sculpture 1

X-E

9,10,11,12

.5

4150

Studio Art

X-E

X

11,12

.5

4151

Independent Studio

12

.5

4155

Advanced Placement Studio Art

X-E

X

12

.5

4343

Freshman Band

X-E

9

1.0

4344

Varsity Band

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4347

Stage Band

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4348

Advanced Stage Band/Jazz Band

X-E

X

10, 11, 12

1.0

4365

Instrumental Ensemble

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

.5

4369

Strings

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4373

Premier Strings

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4381

Freshman Chorus

X-E

9

1.0

4382

Mixed Chorus

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4383

Concert Choir

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4387

Charger Chorus

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

.5

4391

Chansonettes

X-E

X

10, 11, 12

1.0

4393

Choralaires

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4395

Madrigals

X-E

X

10, 11, 12

1.0

4397

Scot Singers

X-E

X

10,11,12

1.0

4399

West Singers

X-E

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

4401

Music Theory

X-E

10, 11, 12

1.0

4402

Advanced Placement Music Theory

X-E

11,12

1.0

4404

Enjoyment of Music

X-E

X

10,11,12

.50

Language Arts 

#

COURSE TITLE

KBOR

NCAA

REPT

CC

GRADE

CREDITS

3415

Advanced Grammar

11,12

.5

3441

Honors English 9

X

X

9

1.0

3443

Honors English 10

X

X

10

1.0

3445

English 10

X

X

10

1.0

3450

English 9

X

X

9

1.0

3471

Creative Writing 1

X-E

X

9,10, 11,12

.5

3472

Creative Writing 2

X-E

X

11,12

.5

3474

Graphic Novel

X

11, 12

.5

3476

Creative Writing for Publication

X-E

X

X

11, 12

.5

3521

English 11

X

X

11

1.0

3535

Advanced Placement Literature & Composition

X

X

X

12

1.0

3433

Senior Composition

X

X

X

12

.5

3545

Advanced Placement Language & Composition

X

X

11,12

1.0

3615

African – American LIterature

X

X

11,12

.5

3616

Hispanic Literature

X

X

11, 12

.5

3630

Sports Literature

X

X

10,11,12

.5

3645

Young Adult Literature

X

9,10,11,12

.5

3655

Film as Literature

X

11,12

.5

3661

The Great Plays

X

10, 11,12

.5

3680

Mythology

X

X

11,12

.5

3691

World Literature 1

X

X

X

11,12

.5

3692

World Literature 2

X

X

11, 12

.5

READING

3119

Literacy Workshop 10-11

X

10,11

.5 or 1.0

3120

Literacy Workshop 9

9

.5 or 1.0

SPEECH

3730

Speech

X

X

11,12

.5

3734

College Public Speaking

X

X

X

11,12

.5

JOURNALISM

3714

21st Century Journalism

X

9,10,11,12

.5

3715

Digital Media Technology

X

9,10,11,12

.5

3716

Audio/Video Production Fundamentals

X

X

10,11,12

.5

3723N

Advanced Publications (Newspaper)

X

X

10,11,12

1.0

3723Y

Advanced Publications (Yearbook)

X

X

10,11,12

1.0

Mathematics

#

COURSE TITLE

KBOR

NCAA

REPT

CC

GRADE

CREDITS

5014

Algebra Lab

9

1.0

5110

Algebra 1

X

X

8, 9,10,11,12

1.0

5124

Honors Algebra 2

X

X

10,11,12

1.0

5125

Geometry

X

X

9,10,11,12

1.0

5106

Extending Algebra & Geometry

11, 12

1.0

5130

Algebra 2

X

X

10,11,12

1.0

5169

Functions

X

X

11,12

.5

5170

Trigonometry

X

X

11,12

.5

5154

Honors Geometry

X

X

9, 10

1.0

5180

Pre-Calculus

X

X

11,12

1.0

5185

Advanced Placement Calculus AB

X

X

11,12

1.0

5186

Advanced Placement Calculus BC

X

X

12

1.0

5210

Probability & Statistics

X

X

X

11,12

.5

5212

Advanced Placement Statistics

X

X

X

10, 11, 12

1.0

5220

College Algebra

X

X

X

11,12

.5

5222

Introduction to College Algebra

11.12

.5

Miscellaneous Programs

#

COURSE TITLE

KBOR

NCAA

REPT

CC

GRADE

CREDITS

1320

Classroom Assistant

X

11,12

.5

1335

Technology Services Aide

X

11,12

.5

1339

Tecnology Services Aide

X

9,10,11,12

.5

1340

ACT Preparation

11,12

.5

1350

Library Assistant

X

10,11,12