• Humanities Honors-18640V

    This class is an inter-disciplinary program that exposes students to art and music appreciation, philosophy, sociology and man's general cultural heritage. Emphasis will be placed on the historical development of the cultural aspects of society and on the dynamics of change. This course may only be repeated once for credit.

    Prerequisites:  None
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • Leadership Seminar-18200V

    This course will assist students in discovering and applying personal, social, employability and academic skills through active involvement in real-life situations. Students will also develop interpersonal skills and an appreciation of social, cultural, and ethnic diversity in relation to all areas of their lives. This course will provide students with a focus regarding future school and career choices. Enrollment in this course will provide students with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to make positive contributions at home, school, in the community and the workplace.

    Prerequisites:  None
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • Professional Internship-18501V

    Students are assisted in obtaining opportunities to realistically investigate professional fields based on their career goals and future employment. The students will receive training on employ-ability skills, educational perspective, and information on career demands, outlook, advantages and disadvantages. The students must have 135 hours of career experience deemed worthwhile by the Internship Coordinator upon completion of the class. This course may be repeated for credit.

    Prerequisites:  Must be a senior with own transportation
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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