12th Grade Course Selection Worksheet
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MUSKEGO HIGH SCHOOLNAME:
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12TH GRADE COURSE SELECTION FORM 2017-2018
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REQUIREDELECTIVES continued
ELECTIVES continued
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English (1 credit unless previously satisfied)Music Department/Fine Arts Elective
World Language Department
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1111 Advanced Composition (.5)4506/4507 Men's Chorus (1.0)1501/1502 French I (1.0)
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1110 British Literature (.5)4516/4517 Women's Chorus (1.0)*1521/1522 French II (1.0)
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1117 World Literature (.5)*4521/4522 Chorale (1.0)*1541/1542 French III (1.0)
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1091/1092 AP-English Lang. & Comp. (1.0)*4531/4532 Sorelle Cantanti (1.0)*1561/1562 French IV (1.0)
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1101/1102 AP-English Lit. & Comp. (1.0)*4551/4552 Concert Band (1.0)*1591/1592 CAPP French (1.0)
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1121/1122 TC Communication Arts (1.0)*4556/4557 Jazz Ensemble (.5)*1593 French Conversation through Film (.5)
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1114 Art of the Film (.5)Enter Jazz Ensemble course numbers*1594 Culture & Current Issues in the
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1113 Individualized Reading (.5)under "Alternate Courses"Francophone World (.5)
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1109 Applied Composition (.5)*4541/4542 Symphonic Band (1.0)
*1595 French Conversation & Composition (.5)
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1112 Creative Writing (.5)*4566/4567 Wind Ensemble (1.0)1601/1602 German I (1.0)
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*1124 Individualized Reading (.5)*4560 AP Music Theory S1 (.5)*1621/1622 German II (1.0)
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1125/1126 CAPP Communications (1.0)*1631/1632 German III (1.0)
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*1641/1642 German IV (1.0)
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ELECTIVES
*1691/1692 AP German V (1.0)
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Math Department
Family/Consumer Education
*1693 German Conversation through Film (.5)
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*2131/2132 Geometry (1.0)6500 Culinary Arts I (.5)
*1694 German Conversation & Composition (.5)
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*2171/2172 Algebra II/Trigonometry (1.0)*6510 Culinary Arts II (.5)1701/1702 Spanish I (1.0)
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*2181/2182 Pre-Calculus (1.0)*6515 Culinary Arts III (.5)*1721/1722 Spanish II (1.0)
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*2135 Program w/Visual Basic (.5)6600 TC Fashion Analysis (.5)*1741/1742 Spanish III (1.0)
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2175 Computer Program w/HTML (.5)6610 TC Principles of Interior Design (.5)*1761/1762 Spanish IV (1.0)
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*2451/2452 AP Calculus AB (1.0)6740 Financial Independence (.5)*1765/1766 CAPP Spanish (1.0)
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*2454/2455 AP Calculus BC (1.0)6745 World of Children (.5)*1791/1792 AP Spanish V (1.0)
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*2456/2457 Applied Math (1.0)*6750 TC Kids Inc. (.5)*1793 Spanish Community & Workplace (.5)
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*2201/2202 TC Technical Math S1 (1.0)6700 Contemporary Living (.5)*1794 Spanish Conversation through Film (.5)
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*2166/2167 AP Computer Science A Java (1.0)
*6541/6542 Co-Op Class (1.0)*1795 Culture and Issues in the Spanish
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*2401/2402 TC Transition to College Math (1.0)
*6551/6552 Co-Op Program (1.0)Speaking World (.5)
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*2550/2551 AP Statistics (1.0)
*1796 Spanish Conversation & Composition (.5)
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*6041/6042 PLTW:Digital Electronics (1.0)
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Science Department
Social Studies Department
Online Courses (WVS)
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*2536/2537 AP Biology (1.0)3026 Intro to Psychology (.5)10006 AP World History (1.0)
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*2561/2562 Chemistry (1.0)3030 Blended Online Intro to Psychology (.5)10007 AP French (1.0)
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*2564/2565 Accel. Chemistry (1.0)*3056/3057 AP United States History (1.0)10012 Chinese (Mandarin) I (1.0)
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*2591/2592 Physics (1.0)3025 Ancient Western Civilization(.5)*10013 Chinese (Mandarin) II (1.0)
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*2571/2572 Anatomy & Physiology (1.0)3029 TC Cultural Diversity (.5)10014 Japanese I (1.0)
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*2596/2597 AP Physics I (1.0)3035 Geography (.5)*10015 Japanese II (1.0)
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*2600/2601 AP Physics 2 (1.0)3045 Behavior in America (.5)10017 Marine Science (1.0)
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*2581/2582 AP Chemistry (1.0)3021/3022 AP Psychology (1.0)10020 Game Design (.5)
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*2585/2586 CAPP Chemistry (1.0)3031/3032 AP European History (1.0)
10022 Health Sciences I: The Whole Individual (.5)
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*2660 Astronomy (.5)3041/3042 AP US Government & Politics (1.0)10023 Veterinary Science (.5)
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*2680 Environmental Science (.5)3070/3071 AP Micro/Macro Economics (1.0)10024 Health Careers I (.5)
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*2771/2772 AP Environmental Science (1.0)3076/3077 AP Human Geography (1.0)10025 Criminology (.5)
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*6015/6016 PLTW:Principles of Engineering3014 American Issues (.5)10027 History of the Holocaust (.5)
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*2530/2531 CAPP Biology (1.0)3065 Blended American Issues (.5)10029 Gothic Literature (.5)
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3018 Economics (.5)10030 Forensic Science I (.5)
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3060 Blended Economics (.5)10031 Forensic Science II (.5)
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3080 CAPP Military History (.5)
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One number is entered for WVS
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Physical EducationArt Department/Fine Arts Elective
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7110 Human Performance I (.5)4001 Art Foundations I (.5)
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7045 Intro to Dance II (.5)4002 Art Foundations II (.5)
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7125 Traditional Team II (.5)4010 Jewelry & Textiles (.5)AVID 12
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7031 Recreational Sports II (.5)*4021/4022 Drawing & Painting (1.0)*AVID1041/AVID1042 (1.0)
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7201 Basic Weight/Personal Fitness II (.5)*4031 Pottery & Ceramics I SEM 1 (.5)
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7206 Yoga/Pilates/Aerobics II (.5)*4032 Pottery & Ceramics II SEM 2 (.5)
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*7035 Human Performance II (.5)*4041/4042 Sculpture & Painting (1.0)
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*7000 Blended Personalized Fitness (.5)4050 Stained Glass & Enameling (.5)TOTAL CREDITS __________
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7230 Lifeguard Training, CPR & First Aid4060/4061 AP Art History (1.0)Minimum of 5.5 credits required
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*4071/4072 AP Studio Art 2D (1.0)
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Health*4081/4082 AP Studio Art 3D (1.0)
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7500 Health 10-12 Elective (.5)
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*Prerequisite required, please refer to Academic Guidebook
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ELECTIVES
ELECTIVES continued
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Engineering, Technology & Design
Business, Marketing & Information Technology
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6002 Construction & Blueprint Reading (.5)5001 Exploring the World of Business (.5)
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6006/6007 PLTW:Intro to Engineering Design (1.0)
5010 Keyboarding & Docoment Processing (.5)
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*6018/6019 PLTW:Engineering Design & Development (1.0)
*5109 TC Blended Microsoft Office (.5)
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6026/6027 PLTW:Civil Engineering & Architecture (1.0)
*5110 TC Microsoft Office (.5)
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6011 TC Technical Drafting 2-D SEM 1 (.5)*5111 MS Excel/Access Expert (.5)
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6012 Technical Drafting 3-D SEM 2 (.5)*5112 MS Word PowerPoint Expert (.5)
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6201/6202 Wood Technology I (1.0)5114 Professional Design & Publishing (.5)
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*6206/6207 Wood Technology II (1.0)*5116 Professional Design & Publishing II (.5)
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6131/6132 Auto Technology I (1.0)5160 TC Entrepreneurship (.5)
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*6141/6142 Auto Technology II (1.0)5061/5062 Accounting (1.0)
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6210 TC Electricity (.5)
5064/5065 TC College Financial Accounting (1.0)
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*6215 CNC Programing (.5)5250 Business Law (.5)
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*6451/6452 Technology Ed. Cooperative Education (1.0)
5050 TC Medical Terminology & Office Proc. (.5)
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*6041/6042 PLTW:Digital Electronics (1.0)
5060 TC Blended Medical Term. & Office Proc. (.5)
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*6015/6016 PLTW:Principles of Engineering (1.0)
5130 Advertising & Sales (.5)
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5165 Sports & Entertainment Mktg. (.5)
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*6541/6542 Co-Op Class (1.0)
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*6551/6552 Co-Op Program (1.0)
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5200 BMIT Tech Center (.5)
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9011 EARLY GRADUATION REQUEST5201 BMIT Tech Center (1.0)
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Students who have met all graduation requirements and have earned twenty-three (23) credits by the end of first semester of 12th grade may be excused from attendance during their eighth semester
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Early graduation cannot be requested after May 1 of junior year.
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*Prerequisite required, please refer to Academic Guidebook
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