Christian Ethics 30
This course begins with a survey of the Bible and how to use it as a resource to search for information. Content will include an in-depth look at one or more letters of the apostles, the historical significance of Martin Luther, and developing ethical viewpoints on current topics
Financial Literacy 30
This course covers a range of topics from a student’s first job all the way to important financial decisions like buying a house and even talk about what needs to be considered for a comfortable retirement. The course is designed to be very practical and all aspects of the course are designed to help one make the best financial decisions and help avoid common financial problems. After completing this course the student will have a greater understanding of finances and how they apply to their future plans.
Computer Science 30
This course builds on programming and computational thinking concepts that were introduced in CS20. Students will investigate, data structures, sorting algorithms, effective coding practices, and collaborative programming practices. Students will create programs that utilize external files, libraries, and recursion.
Instrumental Jazz 30
The ultimate goal of instrumental jazz studies is to play jazz well. To accomplish this students will study improvisation, style/feel, forms, history, and theory. They will be given the opportunity to enhance the knowledge of their instrument and their ability to play on their instrument while engaging in ensemble and personal performance, and listening to performances by great jazz musicians.
Choral 30 allows students to develop their vocal, ensemble and musical skills through the performance of choral music. The repertoire selected represents a diverse range of musical periods and styles. Elements of music theory, music appreciation, vocal techniques and performance skills will be learned through the students’ participation in this non-auditioned choir. Through choral students also get to learn the importance of teamwork and team spirit. Choir is a year-long course where students will be required to participate in and attend a number of concerts and festival performances.
Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30
This course is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary programs in trades and technology, and for direct entry into the work force.