9th Grade Course Selection Worksheet
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MUSKEGO HIGH SCHOOL
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9TH GRADE COURSE SELECTION WORKSHEET 2017-2018
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REQUIRED FOR ALL 9TH GRADE:
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English
ELECTIVES
Class of 2021
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1011/1012 English 9 (1.0)
World Language Department
Minimum Graduation Requirements
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1501/1502 French I (1.0)English - 4 credits
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Mathematics (Choose 1.0 credit)
*1521/1522 French II (1.0)
Social Studies - 3 credits
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2121/2122 Algebra I (1.0)*1541/1542 French III (1.0)Science - 3 credits
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*2131/2132 Geometry (1.0)1601/1602 German I (1.0)Math - 3 credits
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*2171/2172 Algebra II/Trigonometry (1.0)*1621/1622 German II (1.0)
Fine/Cultural Arts - 1 credit (classes in Art, Music,
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*1631/1632 German III (1.0)
World Language accepted)
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Science (Choose 1.0 credit)
1701/1702 Spanish I (1.0)
Physical Education - 1.5 credits
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2541/2542 Biology (1.0)*1721/1722 Spanish II (1.0)
Health - 0.5 credit
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2556/2557 Accelerated Biology (1.0)*1741/1742 Spanish III (1.0)
Electives - 7 credits
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2511/2512 Exploring Science (1.0)
23 credits required for graduation
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Family/Consumer Education
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Social Studies (Choose 1.0 credit)
6500 Culinary Arts I (.5)
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3001/3002 Modern World History (1.0)*6510 Culinary Arts II (.5)AVID 9
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10006 AP World History (WVS) (1.0)*AVID1015/AVID1016 (1.0)
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One number is entered for WVS
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**3076/3077 AP Human Geography
Business, Marketing & Information Technology
Online Courses (WVS)
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**Non-Traditional Programming Form Required-please
5001 Exploring the World of Business (.5)10006 AP World History (1.0)
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contact your school counselor
5010 Keyboarding & Document Processing (.5)10007 AP French (1.0)
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Physical Education (Choose .5 credit)
*5109 TC Blended Microsoft Office (.5)10010 Latin 1 (1.0)
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Choose 1 Physical Education Class
*5110 TC Microsoft Office (.5)10012 Chinese (Mandarin) 1 (1.0)
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7110 Human Performance I (.5)*5111 Microsoft Excel/Access Expert (.5)10014 Japanese 1 (1.0)
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7120 Recreational Sports I (.5)*5112 Microsoft Word PowerPoint Expert (.5)10016 Earth Space Science (1.0)
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7135 Traditional Team I (.5)5200 BMIT Tech Center (.5) 10017 Marine Science (1.0)
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5201 BMIT Tech Center (1.0)10018 Digital Arts (.5)
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List 2 alternates below/Rank in Order of Choice
10020 Game Design (.5)
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7110 Human Performance I (.5)
Music Department/Fine Arts Elective
10022 Health Sciences I : The Whole Individual (.5)
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7120 Recreational Sports I (.5)4506/4507 Men's Chorus (1.0)10023 Veterinary Science (.5)
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7135 Traditional Team I (.5)4516/4517 Women's Chorus (1.0)10024 Health Careers (.5)
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*4551/4552 Concert Band (1.0)10025 Criminology (.5)
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Health
*4556/4557 Jazz Ensemble (.5)10027 History of the Holocaust (.5)
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7400 Health 9 (.5)
Enter Jazz Ensemble course numbers under
10029 Gothic Literature (.5)
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7410 Blended Online-Health 9 (.5)
"Alternate courses"
10030 Forensic Science I (.5)
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10031 Forensic Science II (.5)
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ELECTIVES
Engineering, Technology & Design
One number is entered for WVS
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Art Department/Fine Arts Elective6002 Construction & Blueprint Rdg. (.5)
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4001 Art Foundations I (.5)
6006/6007 PLTW:Intro to Engineering Design (1.0)
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4002 Art Foundations II (.5)6210 TC Electricity (.5)
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6011 TC Technical Drafting 2/D SEM 1 (.5)
*Prerequisite required, please refer to Academic Guidebook
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Math Department
6012 Technical Drafting 3/D SEM 2 (.5)
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*2135 Programming w/Visual Basic (.5)6201/6202 Wood Technology I (1.0)
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2175 Computer Programming w/HTML (.5)
*6015/6016 PLTW: Principles of Engineering (1.0)
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*6041/6042 PLTW:Digital Electronics (1.0)*6041/6042 PLTW:Digital Electronics (1.0)
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Social Studies
Science Department
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3035 Geography (.5)*6015/6016 PLTW:Principles of Engineering (1.0)
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3076/3077 AP Human Geography
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Alternate Courses:
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If you have:
Please list alternate courses below. These must be entered in the computer.
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7 credits - zero Study Halls
Course NumberCourse Name
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6.5 credits - one Study Hall
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6.0 credits - two Study Halls
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PLEASE NOTE: A student requiring additional assistance in reading and/or math may be assigned
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to a Response to Intervention (RtI) section in place of an elective.
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CLASS SIZE/AVAILABILITY
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This form indicates courses desired. While every effort will be made to meet the school wide demand, some classes may not
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be available at registration time. Students must have two alternate classes selected when scheduling.
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