Available courses

In this course students will learn how to create Mobile Applications used in popular mobile devices. Foundations in devices like Android, Apple, and Windows 8 may be studied.

Game Design provides students with the opportunity to gain expertise in computer based video game design. From concept to creation student will develop various styles of video games. From desktop to Internet base students will attempt to create the next viral game.

 MOBILE APPS & GAME DEVELOPMENT II

This course is recommended for students who plan on attending college or students entering the workforce.
Students will use computers to review basic computer operation for personal and academic practice, learn basic
computer operation, and the “touch system” of keyboarding. Proper keyboarding technique will be emphasized as well
as language arts skills. Students will learn to format personal and business documents and develop an awareness and
understanding of computer applications (software and hardware). Students will receive hands-on experience with
browser apps and online documents. Instruction will include proper online social ethics and Internet safety.

This course exposes students to several software applications, theories and concepts utilized in business careers of media production and broadcasting. Instruction will include using multimedia authoring applications and programming tools with an emphasis on production. Various required activities may be held outside to the school day. Instruction will also include using hardware and software to capture, edit, create, and compress audio and video clips as well as create animated text, graphics, and images. Projects may include: Video shorts, TV broadcast of the daily announcements, slideshow productions and a live TV broadcast of graduation.

Accounting I Class

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This is a one term English elective class.  Students will use this site to upload their writing and gain feedback from other members of the class.

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coolMs. Frau's English 9 Classcool This course is required of all freshmen not placed in English EN100A or EN180A. English EN150A is designed toextend a student’s knowledge in language, literature, written and oral composition.

Mrs. Frau's English 9 class, Term 2

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Mr. Miller's Math Class

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This course will help the student understand the sequence of major events in US History, their relationship in
time, and basic insights into some of the causes of these events. This class is a graduation requirement.

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Mr. Hickey's Social Science Class

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Biology is a laboratory-oriented course designed to give students a background in biological concepts as well as experience in using scientific inquiry.This course focuses on the life processes that occur within the cell, the anatomy and physiology of complex multi-cellular organisms, the ways in which life forms have adapted to changing environmental conditions, the mechanisms of inheritance, the evolutionary relationships between organisms, and the organization and function of ecosystems including energy flow and nutrient cycling.

Chemistry is the study of matter, its structure, properties, composition, and the changes it undergoes. The topics include: scientific measurement, atomic structure and periodic trends, nature of matter, chemical formulas and bonding, dimensional analysis, chemical equations and reactions, energy and phases, gas laws, and acids and bases. Laboratory investigations are an integral part of the class.

Prerequisite: Pass Algebra 1B with a C average or better.

In this class we will study the development of the Earth from the time it was created 4.5 billion years ago to the present.  Students will investigate topics including the Earth's composition and formation, geologic time, fresh water and ocean systems, land forms, land use issues, energy flow in the environment, the history of life on Earth, the way living organisms and the Earth have impacted each other over time, and the interaction between weather, climate, and living systems.  A major portion of the course will be hands-on labs and inquiry based activities. 

Environmental Science is a lab-based course.First we will investigate how the natural systems that make up the environment function.  Then we will learn about the many ways the environment provides resources and vital services required to make our way of life possible.  We will investigate how man utilizes the environment and study the impact of man's activities.  Finally, we will examine our current lifestyle, determine if it is sustainable, explore ways to reduce our global footprint, and how to live in a sustainable manner.

Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary science that draws from both the natural sciences including Life Science, Earth Science and Physical Science and from the social sciences including Geography, Sociology, and Economics.Through this course I hope to introduce you to the ways we rely on the environment, dispel some myths and misconceptions you may have about the environment, and arm you with the information you need to make informed decisions regarding your lifestyle and its impact on the environment.

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College Prep Chemistry

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Prerequisite: Orientation to Family and Consumer Sciences (FC100A)

This course includes classroom and laboratory experiences needed to develop a knowledge and understanding of culinary principles and nutrition for people of all ages.

 Course content encompass’:  food service and preparation management using the decision -making process; meeting basic needs by applying nutrition concepts; maximizing resources when planning, preparing, preserving, and serving food.

 

 

Prerequisite: Foods and Nutrition I (FC103)

This class provides principles of application into the hospitality industry, including nutrition, and culinary skills.

Course content includes the following: selection, purchase, preparation, and conservation of food, dietary needs and trends,  regional & international cuisine, safety and sanitation. Many of these concepts will be interpreted through laboratory experiences.

This course introduces students to the field of family and consumer sciences and the many career opportunities available in this broad field. The course includes theory and laboratory experiences in the following content areas:

Nutrition and culinary arts; textiles and design; family, career, and community leadership development; resource management; human development and life-long learning; facility design, care, and management; and interpersonal relationships and life management skills. (Materials for sewing projects will be supplied by the student.)

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Mr. Miller's Engineering Design Course

This course explores land, air/space, and water transportation. The activities included are: flight testing, model building, rockets, hot-air balloons, paddle boats and metric dragsters. Application, technological impact, and careers are emphasized with each unit.

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Mrs. Robinson's urges all students to "Get in the ZONE" to learn the fastest way to access the catalog, databases and student classroom links!wide eyes
Ms. Shadensack's Music Class

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Drivers Education - Mr. Masten - Term 1 Block 1 - Room 116 COURSE DESCRIPTION: Students will receive instruction in the safe operation of a motor vehicle, rules of the road, and the state laws relating to driving. The course meets all State of Illinois requirements in preparing students to become safe and efficient users of the Highway Transportation System. Drivers Education is a one term class for age appropriate students who are in good academic and behavioral standing. Drivers Education is taught in two phases: Classroom Instruction (30 hours) and Behind the Wheel Driving (6 hours); attendance is MANDATORY.

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This class is a whirlwind tour of our solar system and beyond using information you learned in Physical Science. We will explore everything from the History of Astronomy to The Formation of the Solar System to Landing on the Moon. This class has a heavy information base with plenty of activities to help you to understand how everything around our planet & galaxy works!

This class is an overview class that talks about the basic fundamental principles in Physics and Chemistry.

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This course provides terminology, culinary math, and practical  experiences needed for the development of culinary and workplace skills.  Safety and sanitation instruction and classroom application will prepare students for an industry recognized sanitation exam.  Classroom experiences will develop skills to work in the front of the house, back of the house, and work stations. 

Additional content may include: event planning, customer service and relations, food service styles, baking and pastry arts, hors d’oeuveres, and breakfast cookery.  Students will be provided opportunity training experiences on commercial equipment.

Internet Safety

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Mrs. Jacobson's Language Arts Class

Big 6 Research Method 

This site is designed to assist you in the process of completing your research paper assignment. If you need additional help please ask help from your English teacher or the librarian, Ms. Pantle.

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Mrs. Blust's Mathematics Class

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Mrs. Malcolm's Technology Class

This class is intended to give students an overview of basic computer programs that they can use in future school work and everyday life.  Students will also learn the basics of touch typing.