This reading/writing-intensive course is designed to help students develop critical thinking and analytical skills in order to read and understand complex texts. Prepare for career or college by building skills that will allow you to get the job you want in your field or enroll in college classes. Explore the genre of non-fiction by reading autobiographies and biographies, essays, articles, diaries, letters, speeches, technical manuals, charts, graphs, and maps.
Proportional reasoning is a fundamental skill that can help with other areas of math, including fractions and algebra. Participants work on mastering ratios, unit rates, and proportions and applying them in the real world. This class is a combination of individual work, group work, and class instruction. Students will go at their own pace and will need to complete all activities to receive diploma credit. HiSET and other math enthusiasts are encouraged to enroll. Meeting with a student advisor required for enrollment.
Trying to figure out what job is right for you? Our personalized career planning moves through individualized steps to discover what jobs will match your strengths and career goals. Whether you're finding a first career or changing careers, we offer help with your career planning. *Please call our office to meet with a student advisor and to register: 422-4794. Diploma and HiSET students are encouraged to enroll.
Do you ever wonder how your choices today will affect your health in the future? Learners participating in this project based, interactive, 6-week mini-course will examine their current health status using authentic assessments. Students will reflect on their results and create a personalized health survey and plan based on their own definition of "healthy." Diploma students completing this course can earn a half-credit health or elective credit. Co-taught by Trudy Martin and Phil Wormuth.
Please call our office if you are interested in participating in this class: 422-4794.