HS Curriculum Guide


Hampshire Unit School

A school of Applied Science & Natural Resources

High School

Curriculum Guide

2018 – 19

 

 

 

Hampshire Unit School

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A School of Applied Science and Natural Resources

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School Hours: 7:45am – 2:45pm

931-285-2300

931-285-2612 (fax)

http://hampshireschoolmauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com

 

Facebook: Hampshire Unit SchoolHampshire Counselor    Twitter: @HampshireUnit

 

Principal, Ms. Sonya Cathey

Assistant Principal,Mr. Donald Dugger

School Counselor, Ms. Christy Wilson

 

Mission Statement

The mission of Hampshire Unit School is to integrate applied sciences, technology, hands-on experiences, & real-world problem solving to increase motivation, relevance, & achievement for our students, as well as prepare students for life-long success.

 

Vision Statement

The vision of Hampshire Unit School is to EMPOWER ALL students to succeed in a changing world.

 

Beliefs

Hampshire Unit School is committed to the following: 

  • Holding high expectations for student achievement
  • Facilitating the development of curricular & extra-curricular programs that improve student academics using agricultural & environmental school experiences
  • Fostering a collaborative culture focused on continuous improvement for everyone
  • Communicating with & utilizing resources of the community
  • Providing a supportive school atmosphere where everyone feels emotionally, physically, & intellectually safe
  • Developing student’s leadership, communication, & competitive skills through hands-on learning in agriculture & environment sciences, forestry, & natural resources

    Ready Graduate

    Tennessee Department of Education has set graduation requirements that best prepare students for opportunities to be successful in their post K – 12 experiences whether they choose college, career institutes, or immediate transition to the work force. Students who meet one of the following criteria demonstrate they are a “Ready Graduate”:

    • Scoring 21 or higher on the ACT or
    • Completing 4 EPSOs or
    • Completing 2 EPSOs + earning industry certification or
    • Completing 2 EPSOs + ASVAB designated score

      An EPSO is an early post-secondary opportunity– a course and/or exam that gives students a chance to obtain postsecondary credit while still in high school. At HUS, there are three types of EPSO classes: Statewide Dual Credit, Local Dual Credit, and Dual Enrollment. In addition to meeting State graduation requirements, our goal is for students to be “Ready Graduates”who have skills and confidence required for success after high school.

       

      Statewide Dual Credit Courses

      Statewide dual credit provides academically challenging high school courses that are aligned to postsecondary standards.. The following courses offer students the opportunity to earn college credit that can be applied to any TN public postsecondary institution. The student will take the course at HUS taught by a HUS teacher. The student will take an on-line exam at the end of the course to potentially earn college credit for the course. Statewide Dual Credit is funded by the State and does not affect a student’s Dual Enrollment grant funds.Due to the increased difficulty and workload of the Dual Credit classes, four points will be added to the Dual Credit course grade for a maximum of 104. The following Dual Credit classes are provided at HUS: 

       

      Math

      Statistics; Pre-Calculus

      Social Studies

      Sociology; World History; American History

      Agriculture

      Greenhouse Management (Introduction to Plant Science)

      Business

      Business Management

      Elective

      Speech Communication

       

       

      Local Dual Credit

      A Local Dual Credit course is a high school course that incorporates postsecondary learning objectives and is aligned with a challenge exam that is approved by a local post-secondary institution through an articulation agreement with the local education agency. Students who pass a local dual credit challenge exam earn college credit at the specific post-secondary institutions participating in the articulation agreement. Local Dual Credit is funded by MCPS and does not affect a student’s Dual Enrollment grant funds.The following Local Dual Credit courses are offed at HUS through an articulation agreement between MCPS and Columbia State Community College:

       

      Introduction to Plant Science (Greenhouse)

      Medical Terminology (4 Health Science Courses)

      Computer Applications (Advanced Computer Applications)

       

       

      Early Post-Secondary Opportunity: Dual Enrollment at HUS

      Office Managementwill be offered as a Dual Enrollment class at HUS. HUS will partner with Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) – Hohenwald to offer this college credit. Students enrolled in this class will also enroll in TCAT – Hohenwald. A HUS teacher will teach this class and this class is funded by the student’s Dual Enrollment Grant.

       

      Machining Technologywill be offered as a Dual Enrollment class at HUS. HUS will partner with Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) – Pulaski to offer this college credit. Students enrolled in this class will also enroll in TCAT – Pulaski. A HUS teacher will teach this class and this class is funded by the student’s Dual Enrollment Grant.

       

      Early Post-Secondary Opportunity: Dual Enrollment at Northfield

      Columbia State Community College (CSCC) and the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology (TCAT) at Hohenwald and Pulaski offer programs for high school students at the Northfield Location. (see http://www.trainatnorthfield.org) Juniors and seniors may apply for one of the following areas: 

       

      Advanced Integrated Industrial Technology

      Automotive Technology

      Machine Tool Technology (Computer Numerical Control)

      Industrial Maintenance (Electrical, Machine Shop, Welding, & Sheet Metal)

       

       

      TCAT Hohenwald also offers the following program for high school students at the Mount Pleasant location:

       

      Industrial Maintenance

       

       

      Completion of at least 3 credits in one of these could count as a Focus Area for graduation purposes. Parent permission is required. To remain eligible for the Dual Enrollment Grant, students must maintain at least a 2.75 GPA in their dual enrollment college courses.

      Steps to enrollment:

  1. Apply for dual enrollment with the appropriate TCAT – Hohenwald or Pulaski. (For CSCC classes, follow the CSCC procedures above.)
  2. Create a TSAC account if you have not done so previously ANDcomplete the online DE Grant Application. 
  3. Take a copy of TCAT class schedule to the School Counselor for the class to be included in your schedule.
  4. For each subsequent semester, complete the DE Grant Application, register for classes, and turn in a copy of your class schedule to the School Counselor.

     

    Early Post-Secondary Opportunity: Dual Enrollment at TCAT - Hohenwald

    Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology (TCAT) at Hohenwald also offers the following programs for high school students (juniors and seniors) at the Hohenwald location: 

     

    Administrative Office Technology

    Automotive Technology

    Cosmetology

    Digital Graphics Design

    Drafting/CAD Technology

    Electro-Mechanical Technology

    Electronics Technology

    Industrial Maintenance

    Information Technology

    Machine Tool Technology

    Welding

    Surgical Technology

     

     

    Early Post-Secondary Opportunity: Dual Enrollment at CSCC

    Dual enrollment allows high school juniors and seniors to enroll in classes at Columbia State Community College (CSCC) and receive both college credit and high school credit for successful completion of those classes. Parental permission and personal transportation are required. The courses below are approved for dual enrollment for college and high school credit. See your counselor for approval before enrolling in other classes.

     

    CSCC

    Description

    Prerequisite

    Meets

    ENGL 1010

    Composition I

    ACT Reading 19; English 18

    English III or IV

    ENGL 1020

    Composition II

    ENGL 1010

    English IV

    ENGL 2130

    Survey of American Literature

    ENGL 1020

    English IV

    ENGL 2230

    Survey of British Literature

    ENGL 1020

    English IV

    ENGL 2310

    Survey of World Literature I

    ENGL 1020

    English IV

    ENGL 2320

    Survey of World Literature II

    ENGL 1020

    English IV

    ENGL 2330

    Survey of World Literature

    ENGL 1020

    English IV

    MATH 1130

    College Algebra

    ACT Math 19

    Senior Math

    MATH 1530

    Elementary Statistics

    ACT Math 19

    Senior Math

    MATH 1630

    Finite Mathematics

    ACT Math 22

    Senior Math

    MATH 1910

    Calculus & Analytical Geometry I

    ACT Math 22 plus

    Senior Math

    BIOL 1110

    General Biology I

    ACT Reading 19; English 18; Math 19

    Biology

    PHYS 2110

    Physics I

    MATH 1710

    Physics

    CHEM 1110

    General Chemistry I

    ACT Reading 19; English 18; Math 19

    Chemistry

    PHYS 2010

    Elements of Physics I

    MATH 1710

    Physics

    BIOL 2010

    Human Anatomy & Physiology I

    ACT Reading 19; English 18; Math 19

    Third Lab Science

    HIST 1120

    Survey of World Civilization II

    ACT Reading 19

    World History

    HIST 2020

    Survey of US History II

    ACT Reading 19

    U.S. History

    POLS 1030

    American Government

    None

    Government

    ECON 2010

    Macroeconomics

    None

    Economics

    ECON 2020

    Macroeconomics

    None

    Economics

    ART 1030

    Introduction to Visual Arts

    None

    Fine Arts

    ARTH 2010

    Survey of Art History I

    None

    Fine Arts

    ARTH 2020

    Survey of Art History II

    None

    Fine Arts

    MUS 1030

    Music Appreciation

    ACT Reading 19; English 18

    Fine Arts

    COMM 2025

    Fund of Speech Communication

    ENGL 1010 or ACT English 25

    Fine Arts

    THEA 1030

    Intro to Theatre & Performance

    None

    Fine Arts

    PHED 2220

    Introduction to Exercise Science

    ACT Reading 19; English 18; Math 19

    P.E.

    PHED 2120

    Essential Lifetime Wellness

    None

    Wellness

    BUSN 1300

    Personal Finance

    None

    Personal Finance

    PSYC 1030

    General Psychology

    ACT Reading 19; English 18

    Humanities Elective

    SOCI 1010

    Introduction to Sociology

    None

    Humanities Elective

     

     

    Cost of enrollment may be covered through the Dual Enrollment Grant program funded by the Tennessee Lottery and administered by the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC). The award amounts are as follows: up to $500 for the first course; up to $500 for the second course; up to $200 for the third course; and no award for the fourth course. Any balance for a class above the grant amount is the responsibility of the student. 

     

    Steps to enrollment (Access all forms online at CSCC dual-enrollment.)

  5. Go to www.columbiastate.eduand complete the Dual Enrollment Application ANDthe DE Grant Application. (If first time for the grant, create a TSAC account.)
  6. Print and complete the CSDD Dual Enrollment Consent Form. Take the Consent Form to Guidance and request that it be sent to CSCC along with your transcript and ACT scores. (Students who have participated in Dual Enrollment through a TCAT must also send TCAT transcript directly from the TCAT to CSCC.) 
  1. After you receive your CSCC log-in, register for CSCC classes. (There are prerequisites for many courses.) CSCC class times MAY NOT CONFLICTwith your HUS schedule.An important note for all students: Many classes are available for college credit. However, for a college class to substitute for a graduation requirement, it must be taken in the fall of the required year. (For example, a student completing ENGL 1010 in the fall of the junior year may substitute this class for English III. If taken in the spring of the junior year, the class may substitute for English IV. Students may not drop a class during the school year because they sign up for a related college class in the spring. See your counselor if you have any questions.
  1. Take a copy of the CSCC Student Detail Scheduleto your School Counselor for the class to be included in your HUS schedule.
  2. For each subsequent semester, reapply for the grant, register for classes, and turn in a copy of the CSCC Student Detail Schedule to the School Counselor.
  1. Notify the School Counselor before dropping a class. Failure to do so may result in the denial of future requests to participate in Dual Enrollment.

     

    To stay in the Dual Enrollment Programwhile in high school, a student must maintain a 2.0 GPA in the college courses taken. To remain eligible for the Dual Enrollment Grant, students must maintain at least a 2.75 GPA in their dual enrollment college courses. Additional requirements and restrictions regarding the DEG may be viewed at the TSAC website.

     

    Centers of Excellence Offered at HUS

    The following career and technical (CTE) fields of study are offed at HUS:

     

    Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources

    Veterinary & Animal Science

    Horticulture Science

    Architecture & Construction

    Residential & Commercial Construction

    Business Management & Administration

    Business Management

    Office Management

    Health Science

    Therapeutic Services

    Sport & Human Performance

     

     

    Centers of Excellence Offered at Surrounding Schools

    Juniors or seniors pursuing a career under the career and technical (CTE) field of study may have the opportunity to enroll in one of the Centers of Excellence. These can be scheduled only if they do not interfere with the student completing required classes at HUS. Students must have average of C or better, good attendance & behavior.

     

    Columbia Central

    Cosmetology

    Culinary

     

     

    Industry Certifications

    Industry Certification – Industry Certification helps to prepare students for high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand occupations and emerging opportunities. The following courses offer students an opportunity to obtain Industry Certifications after completing the class and mastering the Industry Certification examination. 

     

    Class

    Industry Certification

    Veterinary Science

    TN Specific Industry Certification – Animal Science

    Landscaping & Turf Science

    Commercial Pesticide Certification (must by 18 years old)

    Landscaping & Turf Science

    TN Specific Industry Certification – Horticulture 

    Principles of Agricultural Mechanics

    Precision Measurement Instruments Certification

    Agriscience

    OSHA 10

    Any Level 3 or 4 Agriculture Course (Large Animal Science; Veterinary Science; Greenhouse Management; Landscaping & Turf Science)

    OSHA 30 General Industry

    Principles of Machining I

    Production Certification (CPT) Safety Module

    Fundamentals of Construction

    OSHA 10 Construction

    Residential & Commercial Construction I

    OSHA 10 Construction

    Residential & Commercial Construction II

    OSHA 30 Construction

    Advanced Computer Applications

    Microsoft Office Specialist (Excel)

    Microsoft Office Specialist (PowerPoint)

    Microsoft Office Specialist (Word)

    Health Science Education

    OSHA 10 Health Care

    Any Level 3 or 4 Health Science course (Anatomy & Physiology; Medical Therapeutics; Therapeutic Services; Rehabilitation Careers; Diagnostic Medicine)

    OSHA 30 General Industry

     

    CTE Student Organizations

    Professional organizations are an integral part of Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes. These organizations develop leadership characteristics through in-class activities as well as opportunities outside the classroom. Members are eligible to participate in competitive events, community service, professional development, and social activities. To benefit fully from membership, students are strongly encouraged to join the professional organization(s) at the beginning of the school year for their focus area and scheduled CTE classes. HUS has the following CTE student organizations:

    Business                          FBLA           Future Business Leaders of America

    Agriculture                     FFA              Future Farmers of America

    Health Science               HOSA           Health Occupations Students of America

    Construction                  SkillsUSA     Vocational Industrial Clubs of America

     

    Other Clubs/Organizations Available to HUS Students

    Community Service           Interact Club (Rotary) /Key Club (Kiwanis)

    Academic Honor                National Beta Club

    Student Ministry                FCA(Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

    Student Body Leaders       Student Council

    Foreign Language              Spanish Club

    School Annual                    Yearbook

    Music                                   Guitar Club

    Novel Reading                    Read It Club

    College Athletics

    A student who plans to enroll in college and participate in athletics in an NCAA or NAIA school must be certified by the appropriate eligibility center. Students should apply for certification at the end of the junior year. Athletes and their parents should review the eligibility center websites for classes meeting core requirements to insure they are taking appropriate courses to meet eligibility criteria. 

     

    Sports Offered at HUS

     

    Volleyball

    Basketball

    Trap Shooting

    Cross Country

    Cheerleading

    Bass Fishing

    Golf

    Track

    Baseball

     

     

    Sports Offered through co-op to HUS students

     

    Bowling (SFUS)

    Football (MPHS)

    Softball (MPHS)

    Tennis (MPHS)

     

     

    Tennessee Scholars

    Tennessee Scholars is a workforce development, rewards, and incentives HONOR for students who graduate high school with the required courses and additional expectations of attendance, discipline, and volunteer service. It is open to all students who qualify. 

     

    TN Scholars requirements are the minimum requirements one needs to prepare for college and career. The benefits are scholarships to many Universities, job preferential hiring, recognition at graduation, obtaining the distinction of being a scholar that will be on your permanent record for the rest of your life.

     

    To become a TN Scholar apply through your School Counselor. Complete all of the requirements for the TN Scholars. The School Counselor will verify your information and send the information to the State. TN Scholar requirements are:

  • Complete State graduation requirements
  • No Out of School Suspension
  • Maintain 95% attendance for 4 years
  • Maintain a C or above average in all classes
  • Complete 80 hours or more volunteer service hours to help your community

     

    Early Graduation

    Seniors with the ACT scores to enroll in CSCC classes meeting English IV and senior math requirements may apply for early graduation if remaining required courses are available in the fall semester. Applications for early graduation must be submitted to the School Counselor with a CSCC Student Detail Schedule by May 10 for consideration. See the School Counselor for an application and for further information.

     

    Postsecondary Education

    Two programs administered by the TN Student Assistance Corporation and that benefit many HUS graduates are TN Promise Scholarship and the Hope Scholarship.

     

    To receive the TN Promise Scholarship, a student meeting residency and citizenship requirements need only complete the online application and FAFSA, attend a mandatory meeting, perform 8 hours community service each term, and participate in a mentoring program. Students who complete the steps receive an award toward tuition and mandatory fees to an eligible postsecondary institution. This means that every high school graduate can attend a community college or Tennessee College of Applied Technology for two years with little out of pocket expense.

     

    The Hope Scholarship is funded by the TN Education Lottery Scholarship Program. Graduates with a 3.o grade point average or a 21 composite on the ACT are awarded $1,750 per semester to attend an eligible four-year school or $1,500 per semester for eligible two-year schools. Awards increase in the junior and senior years. The Hope Scholarship may be used at TN public colleges and universities as well as TN private colleges.

     

    Classification of Students

    At the end of each school year, students are classified by grade level for the upcoming school year using the following criteria of total credits earned:

     

    Freshman Status

    0 – 5 ½

    Sophomore Status

    6 – 11 ½

    Junior Status

    12-17 ½

    Senior Status

    18 or more

     

     

    Testing

    • State Tested Courses– State exams will be administrated at the completion of courses as determined by the Tennessee Department of Education. These exams are English I, English II, Biology I, US History, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry.

       

    • ACT– This exam is mandatoryfor all 11thgrade students and is a graduationrequirement. It will be given on a state designated school day, and scores are reportable for college admission. For additional test dates go to www.actstudent.org

       

    • ASVAB– This military exam is given to all 11thgrade students.

       

    • ACT Practice Test– This exam will be given to all 9th, 10th, and 11thgrade students during the school year.

       

    • US Civics Test– Students are requiredto take the civics exam prior to graduation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Student Online Registration Procedures

  1. Log into your parent portal account at www.mauryk12.org(Click on the Students/Parents tab. Click on the link for InformationNOW Parent Portal.) At the beginning of online registration, passwords will be changed to inow1234. After entering your username and this password, a box will pop up that “your password has expired.” Enter the old password – inow1234 – and a new password of your choice. The new password must be a minimum of 8 characters and include letters and numbers.
  2. Click on the Requestslink on the left side of the page once logged in.
  3. Check the curriculum guide to verify prerequisites,course sequencing, and other requirementsbefore requesting classes.
  4. Type in the course numberof the desired courses and click add. To remove a class, mark the box and click delete.
  5. Request courses to tally 7 classesfor the school year. (Some courses are ½ credit, so a student may have more than 7 requested courses.) For classes offered for either ½ or 1 credit, color only half of the bubble for ½ credit and indicate ½ on your paper copy next to the course name.
  6. Request a full schedule during HUS registration. Indicate plans for Dual Enrollmentclasses (on or off the HUS campus) in the box provided in the paper copy of the registration form. For off campus DE courses, the schedule will be change after a student provides a copy of the CSCC Student DetailSchedule(or TCAT schedule) to the counseling office. Dual Enrollment for classes at HUS will be facilitated by the HUS teacher.
  7. Write 3 alternativeson the paper copy. Do not include a course selected in online registration as an alternative. (Choose alternatives carefully. They are frequently utilized because of schedule conflicts or curriculum changes.)
  8. Turn in paper copy signed by a parent/guardian no later than May 6.
  9. Other information
  • A counselor must approve selections
  • Some graduation requirements (such as Personal Finance) are ½ credit classes, Elective courses designated as ½ or 1 credit may only be requested for ½ credit when needed to “match” a required ½ credit graduation requirement or when necessary for scheduling purposes.
  • Student with an IEP should consult their case managers for assistance in selecting math and science classes.
  • All courses listed in this guide, except for required courses, may be altered according to student demand and teacher availability.
  • Student will not be allowed to change a course selection once the registration process is complete unless the HUS staff has made an error. Schedule adjustments will be made as deemed necessary by the HUS staff for completion of graduation requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hampshire Unit School

Graduation Requirements

 

22 Credits Required for Graduation

 

English

4 Credits

Science

3 Credits

English I

English II

English III

English IV

1

1

1

1

Biology I

Chemistry I/Physics

Another Lab Science

 

1

1

1

Math

4 Credits

Social Studies

3 Credits

(students must take math every year)

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

Upper Level Math

 

1

1

1

1

World History & Geography

US History & Geography

Economics

Government

1

1

.5

.5

Personal Finance

.5 Credits

Foreign Language

2 Credits

 

 

(in the same language)

Spanish I

Spanish II

 

1

1

Wellness & Physical Ed

1.5 Credits

Fine Arts

1 Credit

Lifetime Wellness

Physical Education

1

.5

(Such as Music, Art History, Visual Arts, Class Piano)

 

Elective Focus

3 Credits

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: ACT Prep, Agriscience, Environmental Science, Computer Applications classes; CTE 3 credit focus & Civics Exam

Course Substitutes

  • The Physical Education requirement may be met by athletic team participation.
  • Agriscience satisfies 1 lab science credit.
  • Veterinary Science satisfies 1 lab science credit.
  • English Language Learners may substitute up to two credits for English

 

According to the State Board Policy, schools may waive the foreign language and/or fine arts requirements in exceptional circumstances. If waived, these credits will be added to the Elective Focus requirement.

Note: The State Board of Education requires all students to complete anelective focusprogram of study of no less than 3 credits to prepare for postsecondary study and lifelong learning. The student’s choice of elective focus program should be finalized by the end of the sophomore year.

 

 


 

2017 – 18 Hampshire Unit School Course Offerings

 

AGRICULTURE p. 9

 

HEALTH SCIENCE

5957

Agriscience (IC)

5988

Health Science Education(IC)

5958

Small Animal

5990

Rehabilitation Careers

6116

Large Animal (IC)

5999

Medical Therapeutics(IC)NEW!

5961

Veterinary Science(IC)

3251

Anatomy & Physiology (IC)

5944

Principles of Ag Mechanics (IC)

5994

Diagnostic Medicine(IC)

6119

Principles of Plant Science & Hydroculture

4101

DE Therapeutic Services(EPSO / IC)NEW!

4269

SWDC Greenhouse Management – Introduction to Plant Science(SWDC / IC / EPSO)

 

MATHEMATICS p. 11, 12

5951

Landscaping & Turf Science(IC)

3102

Algebra I

 

 

3103

Algebra II

 

BUSINESS p. 9

3108

Geometry

5891

Computer Applications

3181

Bridge Math

5888

Business CommunicationsNEW!

3126H

SWDC Pre-Calculus (EPSO)

4083

DE Office Management(EPSO)

3136H

SWDC Statistics(EPSO)

5904

Advanced Computer Applications(IC)

 

SCIENCE, p. 13

5905

Introduction to Business & Marketing

3210

Biology I

4082

SWDC Business Management(EPSO)NEW!

3221

Chemistry I

 

CONSTRUCTION

3251

Anatomy & Physiology

6073

Fundamentals of Construction (IC)

3260

Environmental Science

6162

Residential & Commercial Construction I(IC)NEW!

3231

Physics

6163

Residential & Commercial Construction IIIC)NEW!

5957

Agriscience

4060

DE Machining Technology(IC) (EPSO)NEW!

 

SOCIAL STUDIES p. 13

 

 

3415

World History & Geography

 

ENGLISH p. 10

3415H

SWDC World History & Geography(EPSO)

3001

English I

3416

U. S. History & Geography

3002

English II

3416H

SWDC U.S. History & Geography(EPSO)

3003

English III

3496

Personal Finance - ½ credit

3005

English IV

3431

Economics - ½ credit

6193

ACT Preparation - ½ or 1 credit

3417

U.S. Government & Civics - ½ credit

2906

Speech Communications (DC)NEW!

3435

Contemporary Issues – ½ or 1 credit

3012

Creative Writing

6104

Success Skills - Service Learning

 

 

3432

Sociology

 

FINE ARTS p. 10

 

 

3505

General Music

 

WELLNESS p. 14

3493

Media Arts I (Photography)

3301

PE I - Recreational

3501

Visual Arts I

3303H&P

Lifetime Wellness (Health/PE)

 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE, p. 11

 

WORK BASED LEARNING PRACTICUM p. 14

3021

Spanish I

6105

WBL Career Practicum

3022

Spanish II

 

 

 

*(IC) = Industry Certification

*(EPSO) = Early Postsecondary Opportunity

*DE = Dual Enrollment

*SWDC = Statewide Dual Credit


 

Hampshire Unit School 2017 – 18 Course Offerings Descriptions

AGRISCIENCE

CTE Organization – FFA – Annual Dues $20

Agriscience – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 8, 9, 10

Industry Certification: OSHA 10

This course is an introductory lab science course & prepares the student for biology, chemistry, ecology, & agriculture courses. It will help students understand the important role that agricultural science & technology serve in the 21stcentury.This course counts as a lab science credit toward graduation.

 

Principles of Plant Science & Hydroculture – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite: Agriscience

This course focuses on the science of plant growth. This course covers principles of plant health, growth, reproduction, and biotechnology, as well as fundamental principles of hydroponics and aquaponics.

 

Small Animal Science – 1 Credit

Grade Level 9, 10

Prerequisite: Agriscience

This is a course in animal science & care for students interested in learning more about becoming a veterinarian, vet tech, vet assistant, or pursuing a variety of scientific, health, or agriculture professions. This covers anatomy & physiological systems of different groups of small animals, as well as careers, leadership, & history of the industry.

 

SWDC Greenhouse Management (Intro to Plant Science) (EPSO)-1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Principles of Plant Science & Hydroculture

Industry Certification: OSHA 30 General Industry

This course is designed to prepare students to manage greenhouse operations. This course covers principles of greenhouse structures, plant health & growth, growing media, greenhouse crop selection & propagation, beginning & promoting a horticulture business/career, & personnel management.

Large Animal Science – 1 Credit

Grade Level 10, 11

Prerequisite: Small Animal Science

Industry Certification: OSHA 30 General Industry

This is a course in veterinary & animal science for students interested in learning more about becoming a veterinarian, vet tech, vet assistant, or pursuing a variety of scientific, health, or agriculture professions. This course covers anatomy & physiological systems of different groups of large animals, as well as careers, leadership, & history of the industry

Landscaping & Turf Science – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite: Greenhouse Management

Industry Certification: Commercial Pesticide Certification (must be 18 years old) & TN Specific Industry Certification-Horticulture & OSHA 30 General Industry

This course is designed to provide relevant technical knowledge & skills needed for further education & careers in landscape design, maintenance, & turf management. Content includes site analysis & planning, principles of design, & plant selection & care techniques.

Principles of Agricultural Mechanics – 1 Credit

Prerequisite: Agriscience

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Industry Certification: Precision Measurement Instruments Certification

This course introduces students to basic skills and knowledge in construction and land management. This course covers topics including project management, basic engine and motor mechanics, land surveying, irrigation and drainage, agricultural structure, and basic metalworking techniques.

 

Veterinary Science – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite:Large Animal Science

Industry Certification: TN Specific Industry Certification-Animal Science & OSHA 30 General Industry

This is an advanced course that covers principles of health and disease, basic animal care and nursing, clinical and laboratory procedures, and additional industry-related career and leadership knowledge and skills.

BUSINESS

CTE Organization: FBLA – Annual Dues $20

Computer Applications – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

This course explores social, business, & ethical issues of using computer technology while producing documents, spreadsheets, databases, & presentations. In addition, students will engage in key critical thinking skills & will practice ethical & appropriate behavior required for responsible use of technology.

Dual Enrollment Office Management – 1 Credit (EPSO)

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Computer Applications

This course explores oral & electronic business communications with emphasis on social media & digital communications. Content also includes electronic publishing, design, layout, composition, & video conferencing.Dual Enrollment for TCAT class taught at HUS is funded by the student’s Dual Enrollment Grant.

 

Business Communications – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11

Prerequisite: Computer Applications or Intro to Business & Marketing

This course explores oral & electronic business communications with emphasis on social media & digital communications. Content also includes electronic publishing, design, layout, composition, & video conferencing.

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Business & Marketing – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 9, 10

This course helps students prepare for the growing complexities of the business world by examining basis principles of business, marketing, & finance in addition to exploring key aspects of leadership, ethical & social responsibilities, & careers.

Advanced Computer Applications – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Computer Applications

Industry Certification: Microsoft Office Specialist (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)

This capstone course in which students will learn necessary skills in problem solving using technology to produce professional quality business documents & presentations. The course and projects are meant to simulate workplace scenarios & draw on skills related to communication, operations, management, & teamwork to accomplish information management goals.

 

SWDC Business Management – (EPSO) 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Intro to Business & Marketing

This course focuses on the development of the planning, organizing, leading, & controlling functions required for the production & delivery of goods & services. This course will address the management role of utilizing the businesses’ resources of employees, equipment, & capital to achieve an organization’s goals. Students will participate in a project in which they will present recommendations to improve an existing business. Local business partnerships are encouraged.

CONSTRUCTION

CTE Organization SkillsUSA – Annual Dues $20

Fundamentals of Construction – 1 Credit

Industry Certification: OSHA 10 Construction

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

This is a foundational course covering essential knowledge, skills, and concepts required for careers in construction.Lab Fee $10

 

 

 

Residential & Commercial Construction I – 1 Credit

Industry Certification: OSHA 10 Construction

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Construction

This course prepares students for careers in residential and commercial carpentry. Students will frame floors, walls, ceilings, roofs, and stairs while safely employing tools and interpreting construction drawings.Lab Fee $10

 

 

Residential & Commercial Construction II – 1 Credit

Industry Certification: OSHA 30 Construction

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Residential & Commercial Construction I

This course explores advanced framing, the physics of structural loads, and the coverings and finishes of structural systems. Students install interior and exterior finishing, including roofing, siding, thermal and moisture protection components.Lab Fee $10

 

Dual Enrollment Machining Technology – (EPSO) 1 Credit

Industry Certification: Production Certification (CPT) Safety Module

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite: Principles of Manufacturing

This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge to be effective in production environments as a machinist, CNC operator, or supervisor. Students will demonstrate safety practices concerning machining technology, proper measurement and layout techniques, reading and interpreting drawings and blueprints, production design processes, and quality control procedures.

ENGLISH

English I – 9thGrade (State Tested) – 1 Credit

Class Reading Selections (tentative). Class reading selections:Night; The Odyssey; Romeo & Juliet; To Kill a Mockingbird

 

English II – 10thGrade (State Tested) – 1 Credit

Prerequisite: English I

(State Tested)

Class Reading Selections (tentative):Antigone: A Lesson Before Dying; The Book Thief; The Tragedy of Julius Caesar; Fahrenheit 451; Their Eyes Were Watching God

English III – 11thGrade – 1 Credit

Prerequisite: English II

Class Reading Selections (tentative):The Awakening; The Crucible; The Great Gatsby; A Raisin in the Sun; The Joy Luck Club; Scarlett Letter; Of Mice and Men

 

English IV – 12thGrade – 1 Credit

Prerequisite: English III

Class Reading Selections (tentative):Beowulf; The Canterbury Tales; Macbeth; The Piano Lesson

ACT Prep – ½ or 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra I; Algebra II; English I/II

This is arequiredcourse designed to prepare juniors and/or seniors for the ACT.The course covers subject area content, test taking skills, & formal test preparation. Instruction is delivered through a computer based program and teacher instruction.

 

Creative Writing– ½ Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

This course is for students who enjoy expressing themselves with the written word. It is conducted as a workshop, and students participate in journal writing, creative exercises, and group sharing.

SWDC Speech – (EPSO) 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

This course prepares students to become effective communicators as they learn to organize ideas, speak with confidence & poise, & listen critically to others. Students will be expected to present a variety of speeches.

 

FINE ARTS

General Music – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

This course provides an understanding of the elements, history, & role of music in society. It includes learning to listen to music, musical history, music of different cultures, the recording industry, instruments of the orchestra, & the history of American music.

Visual Art I – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Students will learn about the language of visual arts, art history, art criticism, & art production in a course that relies on hands on learning. This course explores the elements of design through basic drawing, painting, 2-D, & 3-D skills. Pencil, color pencil, tempera paint, & acrylic paint are used.

Media Arts I – (Photography) 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

This course focuses on using photography to:

  • Generate, organize, refine, & develop artistic ideas & work
  • Select, analyze, interpret, develop & refine artistic work for producing
  • Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work
  • Perceive, analyze & interpret meaning in artistic work
  • Evaluate artistic work & relate knowledge & personal experiences to make art

 

 

 

 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Spanish I – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 8, 9

This course is the study of Spanish vocabulary, grammar & language structure. Spanish culture willbe introduced.

Spanish II – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite: Spanish I

The course is a continuation of Spanish I skills & activities with an emphasis on conversation and reading comprehension. Students continue to gain confidence in their Spanish speaking abilities as they communicate in more real-life situations. Spanish culture is incorporated into this course.

HEALTH SCIENCE

CTE Organization: HOSA – Annual Dues $20

Health Science Education – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 9

Industry Certification: OSHA 10

This is an introductory course designed to prepare students to pursue careers in the fields of therapeutics, health care, diagnostics, & support services. This course serves as a foundation for health care occupations & services.

Rehabilitation Careers – 1 Credit

Prerequisite: Health Science Education

Industry Certification: OSHA 10

This is a course designed to prepare students to pursue careers in rehabilitation services. The course will help students identify careers, recognize diseases, disorders or injuries, correlate the related anatomy & physiology, & then develop a plan of treatment. Units will include sports medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language therapy, art, music, dance therapy, & others.

 

Human Anatomy & Physiology – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Biology I, Health Science Education

Industry Certification: OSHA 30 General Industry

This course examines the structure, function, & relationships of the body systems. Students explore the body through labs, models, and diagrams. This course prepares students for a variety of pursuits such as medicine, healthcare, & sports fitness careers.Satisfies 1 lab science credit for graduation.Lab Fee: $10

Medical Therapeutics – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Health Science Education

Industry Certification: OSHA 30 General Industry

This applied course prepares students to identify and pursue careers in therapeutic services. Students assess, monitor, evaluate, and report patient/client health status; identify the purpose and components of treatmentsLab Fee $10

 

Diagnostic Medicine – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Health Science Education

Industry Certification: OSHA 30 General Industry

This course is designed to prepare students to pursue careers in the fields of radiology, medical laboratory, optometry, & other patient diagnostic procedures. Students will be able to describe new & evolving diagnostic technologies, compare & contrast the features of healthcare systems, explain the legal & ethical ramifications of the healthcare setting, & begin to perform foundation healthcare skills.

Dual Enrollment Therapeutic Services – 1 Credit (EPSO)

Grade Level: 11, 12

Perquisite:

 

MATHEMATICS

Algebra I (State Tested) – 1 Credits

Grade Level: 8, 9

Algebra I is a basic course emphasizing the usefulness of algebra in problem solving. The topics covered include algebraic expressions, signed numbers, equations, inequalities, graphing, linear systems, ration & proportions, products, factoring, radicals & roots.

Bridge Math – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12 (with less than 19 on the ACT math section)

Prerequisite: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry

This course is designed to develop & enhance the math skills readiness & success on the ACT. The curriculum for Bridge Math includes a review of Algebra I, Algebra II, & Geometry. The course is recommended for students who have not earned a 19 on the mathematics component of the ACT.

Algebra II (State Tested) – 1 Credits

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite: Algebra I

Algebra II includes analyzing equations & inequalities, graphing linear relations & functions, solving systems of linear equations & inequalities, exploring polynomials & radical expressions, exploring quadratic functions & inequalities, exploring rational expressions, & exploring exponential & logarithmic functions.

SWDC Pre-Calculus (EPSO) – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisites: Algebra II, & Geometry (TN Ready – on track/mastered or ACT Math 19)

This course is an extension of Algebra II & Geometry with emphasis on trigonometry, sequences & series, probability & statistics, & an introduction to derivatives.

Geometry (State Tested) – 1 Credits

Grade Level: 10, 11

Prerequisite: Algebra I, Algebra II

Analyzing geometry using constructions & proofs, study relationships of angles & line segments in figures, identify, & contrast axioms, theorems, & postulates, incorporate inductive & deductive reasoning & logic in problem-solving skills, introduction to Euclidean Geometry Theory.

SWDC Statistics (EPSO) – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisites: Algebra II, & Geometry

This course develops analytical and critical thinking skills as students describe data patterns, conduct studies, explore phenomena using probability and simulation, estimate population parameters, test hypotheses, and make statistical inferences.

 

SCIENCE

Biology I (State Tested)– 1 Credit

Grade Level: 9, 10

This course investigates the relationship between structure & function from molecules to organisms & systems, the interdependence & interactions of environmental components, and mechanisms that maintain continuity & lead to changes in populations.

Lab Fee: $10

Human Anatomy & Physiology – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Biology I, Health Science Education

This course examines the structure, function, & relationships of the body systems. Students explore the body through labs, models, & diagrams. This course prepares students for a variety of pursuits such as medicine, healthcare, & sports fitness careers.Lab Fee: $10

Chemistry I – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11

Prerequisite: Algebra I

This course examines the composition of matter & the physical & chemical changes it undergoes. Students examine the structure of atoms, the way atoms combine to form compounds, & the interactions between matter & energy.Lab Fee: $10

Environmental Science – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10

This course explores the laws of mechanics, the laws of thermodynamics, the properties of mechanical waves & light, electricity & magnetism, & nuclear particles.

Lab Fee: $10

Physics – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra II

This course explores the laws of mechanics, the laws of thermodynamics, the properties of mechanical waves and light, electricity and magnetism, and nuclear particles.Lab Fee $10

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

SWDC World History – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 9

This is a college level Survey of World History class. All students are required to take the online challenge exam. Those demonstrating mastery receive “transcripted” credit at any TN public postsecondary institution upon enrollment.

 

 

SWDC United States History – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11

This is a college level Survey of US History class.All students are required to take the online challenge exam. Those demonstrating mastery receive “transcripted” credit at any TN public postsecondary institution upon enrollment.

 

Personal Finance – ½ Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

This course examines how individual choices directly influence occupational goals, future earnings potential & long term financial well-being. Real world topics covered include income, money management, spending & credit, as well as saving & investing.

World History – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 9

This course spans from earliest civilizations through the past 700 years of Western Civilization. The primary areas of study are the Renaissance, Reformation, Enlightenment, the Age of Revolutions concluding with an evaluation of the Twentieth Century.

 

United States History – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11

This course begins with the conclusion of the American Civil War & the Reconstruction Period & explores internal growth, change, expansion, & present role in world affairs. The reading of primary source documents is a key feature.

 

U. S. Government – ½ Credit

Grade Level: 12

This course examines the purposes, principles, & practices of American government. Students also study the structure & process of Tennessee & local governments. The reading of primary source documents is a key feature.

 

Contemporary Issues – ½ or 1 Credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Students analyze historical, cultural, economic, and geographic factors that have raised concern in the nation and around the globe.

Sociology – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

This course explores the way sociologists view society & study the world. Students also examine culture, socialization, deviance, & the structure & impact of institutions & organizations

 

Economics – ½ Credit

Grade Level: 12

This course examines the allocation of scarce resources & the economic reasoning used by government agencies & by individuals. Informational text & primary sources play an instrumental part.

Success Skills for Service Learning – 1 Credit

Grade Level: 12

The class roster is elected from registration requests. Students will develop a portfolio as they complete school service projects. Success skills is an opportunity for students to become accountable for their own learning by focusing talents, skills, & knowledge on an academic topic or in a service setting of special interest to them.

 

 

 

WELLNESS

Lifetime Wellness (Health/PE) – 1 Credit

This course is divided into two nine weeks, ½ credit for PE & ½ credit for Health. Topics covered include:personalfitness & related skills, nutrition, chemical education, sexuality & family life, mental health, disease prevention & control, & safety/first aid.

PE I – Recreational – ½ Credit

Grade Level: 11, 12

This continuation of the lifetime wellness class is designed to aid in the development of each student physically, mentally, & socially. The program will include beginning instruction, practice & play in individual & team sports depending upon the availability of equipment & facilities.

WORK BASED LEARNING

WBL Career Practicum

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Related course in current or previous semester

This capstone course provides opportunities to apply skills & knowledge within a professional work environment through apprenticeships, internships, & cooperative education. (A “related” course may be any academic or CTE class except construction, health science, & law enforcement.) Personal transportation is required for all off-campus assignments.TheWBL Coordinator will review student attendance, discipline, & grades to select participants.

 

 


Hampshire Unit School Elective Focus Areas and Recommended Sequence

 

Agriculture

 

Horticulture Science

When you watch a football or baseball game, do the fields catch your eye? When you drive through new construction, do you visualize how landscaping would improve the site? You can be prepared for a career in greenhouse management, landscape design, horticulture production, or turf management.

9thAgriscience

10thPrinciples of Plant Science & Hydroculture

11thSWDCGreenhouse Management (Intro to Plant Science)

12thLandscaping & Turf Science

 

12thWBL Practicum

 

Veterinary & Animal Science

Do you truly believe dog is man’s best friend? You can build the foundation skills required for a veterinarian, vet tech, vet assistant, or animal producer as well as a variety of scientific, health, & agriculture professions.

9thAgriscience

 

9thSmall Animal Science

10thPrinciples of Ag Mechanics

11thLarge Animal Science

12thVeterinary Science

 

12thWBL Practicum

Business

 

Office Management

Are you interested in management, in professional occupations or in self-employment in one of the fastest growing industries? High paying jobs are available in every sector of the economy.

9thComputer Applications

10thBusiness Communications

11th/12thBusiness Management

 

11th/12thDEOffice Management

12thAdvanced Computer Applications

 

12thWBL Practicum

Business Management

9thIntroduction to Business & Marketing

10thBusiness Communications

11thSWDCBusiness Management

12thWBL Practicum

Health Science

 

Sport & Human Performance

Ever dreamed of becoming a locker room miracle worker? Do you have a passion to help patients with debilitating disorders? You could be a leader in rehabilitation & fitness.

9thHealth Science Education

10th/11thRehabilitation Careers

10th/11thAnatomy & Physiology

12thDiagnostic Medicine

 

12thWBL

 

Therapeutic Services

Do you have a desire to have a career in Therapeutic Services…chiropractor, dental assistant, dermatologist, occupational therapist, physical therapists, surgical assistant and many more?

9thHealth Science

Education

10thAnatomy & Physiology

11th/12thMedical Therapeutics

 

12thWBL

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Construction

 

Residential & Commercial Construction

Can we build it? YES, WE CAN! It’s not “Bob the Builder,” but this coursework provides students the skill and knowledge base required for entry level jobs in construction.

9thFundamentals of Construction

 

10thResidential & Commercial Construction I

11thDEMachining Technology

 

12thResidential & Commercial Construction II

 

 


 

2018-2019 HUS 9thGRADE REGISTRATION

Please print all information clearly.

 

Student ____________________________   _____________________________

                                       First Name                           Last Name                                    

Student cell_________________________________   Student email ____________________________

Last school attended________________________Focus Area ______________________________

 

Instructions: Student will bubble classes to tally 7 classes for the year based on grade level, graduation requirements, and course sequencing. In addition to the 7 classes, 2 alternate selections must be listed in case the classes you chose are not available. You may only select classes from the list of courses offered for the registration year.

 


ENGLISH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3001 English I

MATH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3102 Algebra I
  • ¡3103 Algebra II

SCIENCE (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3210 Biology I

SOCIAL STUDIES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3415 World History
  • ¡3415HDual CreditWorld History

FOREIGN LANGUAGE (choose 1 class) 

  • ¡3021 Spanish I
  • ¡3022 Spanish II                          

     

    FOCUS AREA CHOICES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡5905 Introduction to Business & Marketing (BUS)
  • ¡6073 Fundamentals of Construction (CON)
  • ¡5988 Health Science Education (HLTH SCI)
    • ¡5958 Small Animal (AG)

       

      AGRICULTURE (choose 1 class)

       

    • ¡5957 Agriscience 
    • ¡5891 Computer Applications 

       

      ALTERNATES FOR FOCUS AREA 

       

  1. _________________________________

     

  2. _________________________________

 


 

Parent_____________________________­­­­_______       Parent signature____________________________

Parent cell_________________________________     Parent email_______________________________

 

 

An important note to parents: Please choose classes carefully. After completion of schedules, corrections or adjustments will only be made as necessary and as the schedule allows. 


 

2018-2019 HUS 10thGRADE REGISTRATION

Please print all information clearly.

 

Student ____________________________   _____________________________   

                                       First Name                           Last Name                                    

Student cell_______________________________      Student email ____________________________

Last school attended________________________Focus Area _______________________________

 

Instructions: Student will bubble classes to tally 7 classes for the year based on grade level, graduation requirements, and course sequencing. In addition to the 7 classes, 2 alternate selections must be listed in case the classes you chose are not available. 

 


ENGLISH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3002 English II

MATH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3103 Algebra II
  • ¡3108 Geometry

SCIENCE (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3260 Environmental Science

OTHER CHOICES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡5944 Principle of Ag Mechanics (AG)
  • ¡4082Dual Credit Business Management (BUS)
  • ¡5904 Advanced Computer Applications (BUS)
  • ¡3251 Anatomy & Physiology (HLTH SCI)
  • ¡3493 Media Arts I (Photography)

FOREIGN LANGUAGE (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3022 Spanish II                                            

     

    FOCUS AREA CHOICES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡6119 Principles of Plant Sci & Hydroculture (AG)
  • ¡5888 Business Communication (BUS)
  • ¡6073 Fundamentals of Construction (CON)
    • ¡5990 Rehabilitation Careers (HEALTH SCI)

       

      OTHER CHOICE (choose 1)

       

    • ¡3303H&P Wellness

       

      ALTERNATES FOCUS AREA

       

  1. _________________________________

     

  2. _________________________________

 

 


 

Parent_____________________________  Parent signature____________________________

Parent cell__________________________Parent email_______________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

An important note to parents: Please choose classes carefully. After completion of schedules, corrections or adjustments will only be made as necessary and as the schedule allows. 



 

 

 

 

2018-2019 HUS 11thGRADE REGISTRATION

Please print all information clearly.

 

Student _________________________________  ______________________________________  

                                       First Name                                        Last Name                      

Student cell____________________________________               Student email __________________________________

Last school attended_____________________________         Focus Area _____________________________________

Instructions: Student will bubble classes to tally 7 classes for the year based on grade level, graduation requirements, & course sequencing. In addition to the 7 classes, 2 alternate selections must be listed in case the classes chosen are not available. 


ENGLISH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3003 English III

MATH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3108 Geometry   

SCIENCE (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3221 Chemistry I
  • ¡3231 Physics

SOCIAL STUDIES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3416HDual CreditUS History
  • ¡3416 US History

 

OTHER CHOICES (choose 1 Credit Class)

  • ¡6193 ACT Prep (½ credit or 1 credit)                 

     

                                                                  

     

     

    OTHER CHOICES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3022 Spanish II

    FOCUS AREA (choose 1 class)

  • ¡4269 Dual CreditGreenhouse (AG)
  • ¡4060 DE Machining Technology (CON)
  • ¡2906 Dual Credit Speech Communications
  • ¡6105 WBL Practicum (application required)
  • ¡4083DEOffice Management (BUS)
  • ¡5904 Advanced Computer Applications (BUS)
  • ¡5999 Medical Therapeutics (HEALTH SCI) 

ALTERNATES FOR FOCUS AREA

1. _____________________________________

2. ______________________________________

 

 


Darken boxes to indicate Dual Enrollment plans:Semester¨Fall     ¨Spring     ¨Both

List CSCC or TCAT DE Classes _________________________________________________

 

 

Parent__________________________________           Parent signature_________________________________

Parent cell_______________________________         Parent email____________________________________

 

An important note to parents: Please choose classes carefully. After completion of schedules, corrections or adjustments will only be made as necessary and as the schedule allows. 


2018-2019 HUS 12thGRADE REGISTRATION

Please print all information clearly.

Student __________________________________   __________________________________________

                                       First Name                                            Last Name                  

Student cell_______________________________      Student email _____________________________

Last school attended________________________Focus Area ________________________________

Instructions: Student will bubble classes to tally 7 classes for the year based on grade level, graduation requirements, and course sequencing. In addition to the 7 classes, 2 alternate selections must be listed in case the classes you chose are not available. 


ENGLISH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3005 English IV

MATH (choose 1 class)

  • ¡3181 Bridge Math
  • ¡3126HDual Credit Pre-Calculus

OTHER CHOICES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡5944 Principles of Ag Mechanics (AG)
  • ¡4082Dual CreditBusiness Management (BUS)
  • ¡5904 Advanced Computer Applications (BUS)
  • ¡3251 Anatomy & Physiology (Health SCI)
  • ¡3493 Media Arts I (ART)
  • ¡6105 WBL Practicum (application required)

SOCIAL STUDIES (choose both classes)

  • ¡3431 Economics (½ credit) 
  • ¡3417 Government (½ credit)

 

OTHER CHOICES (choose 2 – ½ credit classes or 1 – 1 credit class)

  • ¡3496 Personal Finance (½ credit) 
  • ¡3301 PE (½ credit) 
  • ¡6193 ACT Prep (½ credit)
  • ¡3012 Creative Writing (1 credit)
  • ¡9062 Dual Credit Speech Communications (1credit)

     

    OTHER CHOICES (choose 1 class) 

    • ¡2906 Dual Credit Speech Communications 
    • ¡4269Dual Credit Greenhouse (AG)
    • ¡5904 Advanced Computer Applications (BUS)
    • ¡4083Dual Enrollment Office Management (BUS)
    • ¡6105 WBL Practicum (application required)
    • ¡4060 Machining Technology (CON)
    • ¡5999 Medical Therapeutics (HEALTH SCI)

       

      OTHER CHOICES (choose 1 class)

  • ¡5951 Landscaping & Turf Management (AG) 
  • ¡5961 Veterinary Science (AG)
    • ¡6162 Residential & Commercial Construction I (CON)
    • ¡3501 Visual Arts I
    • ¡6105 WBL Practicum (application required)
    • ¡6104 Success Skills (HUM) (teacher approval)

       

      ALTERNATES (Not Listed Above)

  1. _________________________________
  2. _________________________________

Darken boxes to indicate Dual Enrollment plans:  Semester:        ¨Fall       ¨Spring       ¨Both

List CSCC or TCAT DE Classes _________________________________________________

¨Early Graduation(4 or less required credits) – Applications due to counselor no later than April 8. Copy of CCCS Student Detail Schedule due to senior counselor no later than May 15.

 

Parent__________________________________           Parent signature____________________________

Parent cell_______________________________         Parent email_______________________________

 

 

An important note to parents: Please choose classes carefully. After completion of schedules, corrections or adjustments will only be made as necessary and as the schedule allows.


Hampshire Unit School

SIX YEAR PLAN

(Typical Sequencing)

 

Student Name    ________________________________________________                                                                                           Year Entering 9th__________

 

Parent Signature ________________________________________________                                                                         Expected Graduation Date __________

 

 


9thGrade

Grades

English I

 

 

Math

 

 

Biology I

 

 

World History & Geography

 

 

Spanish I

 

 

Agriscience

 

 

Focus Elective Area

 

 

Computer Apps

 

 

Total Credits

 

 

 

11thGrade

Grades

English III

 

 

Math

 

 

Chemistry

 

 

U.S. History & Geography

 

 

ACT Prep

 

 

Focus Area Elective

 

 

Elective

 

 

Total Credits

 

 

 



10thGrade

Grades

English II

 

 

Math

 

 

Environmental Science

 

 

Spanish II

 

 

Wellness

 

 

Focus Area Elective

 

 

Focus Area Elective

 

 

 

 

Total Credits

 

 

 

12thGrade

Grades

English 1V

 

 

Upper Level Math

 

 

Fine Arts

 

 

Economics/ Government

 

 

Personal Finance/ PE or Elective

 

 

Elective

 

 

Elective

 

 

Total Credits

 

 

 

 

 


Credits

Required

Courses

Bubble Completed Requirements

4

English

o

o

o

o

4

Math

o

o

o

o

3

Science

o

o

o

 

3

Social Studies

o

o

Æ

Æ

2

Foreign Language

o

o

 

 

1

Fine Art

o

 

 

 

1 ½

Lifetime Wellness

o

Æ

 

 

½

Personal Finance

Æ

 

 

 

3

Focus Area

o

o

o

 

22

Total Credits

 

 

 

 

 

Post - Graduation Plans

o

Entering the workforce

o

Technical school or training program

o

Military Service

o

Community college

o

University

 

Top Career Interests

1

______________________________

2

______________________________

3

______________________________

 

ACT

Eng

Math

Read

Sci

Comp