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    Adulting 101 (H7368PV)

    What do you want out of life? How do you achieve your dreams for the future? These can be difficult questions to answer, but with the right tools, they don’t have to be. This course will encourage you to learn more about yourself and help you to prepare for the future. You will explore goal setting, decision making, and surviving college and career. You will also discover how to become a valuable contributing member of society. Now is the time to take action. It’s your life, make it count!


    Art in World Cultures (H7370PV)

    Who do you think is the greatest artist of all time? Maybe Leonardo da Vinci? Michelangelo? Maybe a more modern artist like Claude Monet or Pablo Picasso? Or is it possible that the greatest artist of all time is actually someone whose name has been lost to history? In Art in World Cultures, you’ll learn about some of the greatest artists in the world while creating your own art, both on paper and digitally. This course explores the basic principles and elements of art and teaches you how to critique different works of art.  Along the way, you will get to discover some traditional art forms from various regions of the world including the Americas, Africa, and Oceania.


    Introduction to Culinary Arts Online (H8103PV)

    Food, glorious food! It both nourishes and satisfies us, and it brings people together through preparation, enjoyment, and celebration. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about cuisine and how your creativity and appreciation can be expressed by preparing food, Introduction to Culinary Arts is perfect for you. Learn the fundamentals of a working kitchen, and explore what it takes to develop real talent as a chef. Enhance your knowledge of the endless varieties of food, and discover the possibilities that many spices can bring. Learning more about food preparation will certainly make everything you prepare taste better while giving you the ability to bring people together through the joy of eating.


    Cosmetology:  Cutting Edge Styles Online (H8213PV)

    We all want to look our best, but did you know there is actually a science behind cutting your hair and painting your nails? In Cosmetology: Cutting-Edge Styles, you will learn all about this often entertaining field and how specialized equipment and technology are propelling our grooming into the next century. Just like all careers, cosmetology requires certain skills and characteristics, all of which are thoroughly explored in this course. You will learn about various beauty regimes related to hair, nails, skin, and spa treatments, and discover how to create your own business model quickly and efficiently while still looking fabulous, of course.


    Pursuing Wellness Online (H6052PV)

    Learn how to fuel your body, maintain your emotional and physical health, and find your way around the grocery store and kitchen in Nutrition and Wellness. This course prepares you for a healthy life and provides you with the essential skills you need to plan and make healthy and delicious meals for you, your family, and your friends. You’ll learn how to budget for your meals, shop for groceries, and fit cooking into a busy schedule of school, work, and other responsibilities.


    Coding 1B Online (H7301S2PV)

    Have you ever wanted to create your own web page or wondered how your favorite websites were built? Maybe you want to know more about how computers and technology are affecting the world around us. In Coding 1a: Introduction to Programming, you will explore the role technology plays in our lives as well as study the fundamentals of computer science, review hardware and software, and learn how the internet functions. You will also discover how to create and build your own website using HTML and CSS and learn basic and complex commands and sequences as you become familiar with programming languages like JavaScript and Python Programming. This course also covers data collection methods, access rights, protocols, and security.


    Workplace Readiness (H7367PV)

    Starting your first “real” job can be intimidating. But when you know what to expect and learn how to be successful, you’ll feel confident about the hiring process and prepared to put yourself out there! Discover how to build a well-rounded set of employability and personal leadership skills that allow you to guide your own career. Learn how to communicate with others, take initiative, set goals, problem-solve, research different career options, and envision your own personal career path. Get ready to create a powerful launching pad that will help you blast off into a great first job experience!


    Sign Language I (H4905S2PV)

     Did you know that American Sign Language (ASL) is the third most commonly used language in North America? American Sign Language 1a: Introduction will introduce you to vocabulary and simple sentences, so that you can start communicating right away. Importantly, you will explore Deaf culture – social beliefs, traditions, history, values and communities influenced by deafness.


    Sign Language II (H4907S2PV)

    Building upon the prior prerequisite course, emphasis in this course is placed upon comprehension and signing. Learners will also continue to establish their communication skills and foster their understanding of deaf culture. In addition to learning classifiers, glossing, and mouth morphemes, students will explore vocabulary for descriptions, directions, shopping, making purchases, and dealing with emergencies.


    Spanish I  (H4021S2PV) Grade level 9–12. Two semesters.

    Prerequisite: None.

    This is an online course. Students begin to learn to communicate orally and in written form. They learn to understand and produce simple expressions and are introduced to the cultures of Spanish speaking countries. The emphasis is placed on vocabulary development and simple grammar. Throughout the course students apply language skills to reallife communication. Students in this course learn to exchange information in simple terms. The main goal for this course is for students to progress towards a novice level ability in using Spanish in school and the community.


    Spanish II  (H4031S2PV).  Grade level 9–12. One semester each.

    Prerequisite: Spanish I.

    Students continue to expand upon oral and written communications through vocabulary building and grammar advancement. Students in this course learn to understand and produce simple language related to familiar topics. Students also continue to learn about the culture of the Spanishspeaking peoples. The goal of this course is for students to function at a novicemid to novicehigh level of proficiency, depending on their background and to begin to show signs of intermediatelow level of proficiency.