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Class Schedule

​​English 9 or higher
Algebra I or higher
Biology or higher
Physical Education
Elective:   Graphic and Web Design (Academy)

Semester II Web Design

Web Design is a hands-on introduction to designing, building, and launching websites. Students learn the basics of HTML coding, explore various web development tools, and get practice creating websites using Adobe Dreamweaver. They learn how to make their websites more effective by applying the principles of design as well as usability and accessibility criteria. Finally, students take a look at various career opportunities in web design.

1st Year

Semester I Graphic Design 

Graphic Design provides a hands-on introduction to the technical and creative skills of a professional graphic designer. First students learn the distinguishing features of communicating visually through graphic design. Next, they gain technical skills in Adobe Photoshop to equip them for graphic design work. From there, students master the basic principles of graphic design, and then delve into the elements of graphic design, such as color, typography, and images.


Class Schedule

English 12 or higher
Pre Calculus or higher
AP Science
US History
Elective:   IT Essentials Advanced Studies

                (Graphics Lab)

IT Course of Study 

Graphics Extension

Graphics Lab

In this capstone course, students will increase their graphic design skills and learn to create products from start (design) to finish (production). They will learn how to create designs specifically for the vinyl printer/cutter, heat press/sublimation, and laser cutter/engraver. Moreover, students will develop workplace skills such as marketing techniques, customer service, inventory management, machine use and maintenance, as well as troubleshooting common dilemmas faced by managers and employees in the workplace. 

Class Schedule

English 11 or higher
Algebra II/Trigonometry or higher
Physics or higher
US History
Elective:   Computer Systems & Networking (Academy)

3rd Year

Semester I Computer Systems

Computer Systems walks students through the intricacies of setting up hardware, installing software, connecting to a network, and connecting to the Internet. Students get hands-on practice upgrading operating systems. They get practice assembling and disassembling computer hardware including peripherals, motherboards, FRUs, and connectors. Students also learn troubleshooting techniques.

Semester II Networking

Computer Networking provides a hands-on introduction to working with peer-to-peer, client/server, and cloud networks. The course begins with a brief history of networks, and then guides students through all phases of implementing and troubleshooting common TCP/IP Ethernet networks using network hardware connected with CAT5/6 cable. It covers network components, cables, and connectors. The course walks students through the OSI model, protocols, and topologies. 

2nd Year

AP CS Principles 

AP Computer Science Principles offers a multidisciplinary approach to teaching the underlying principles of computation. The course will introduce students to the creative aspects of programming, abstractions, algorithms, large data sets, the Internet, cybersecurity concerns, and computing impacts. AP Computer Science Principles also gives students the opportunity to use current technologies to create computational artifacts for both self-expression and problem solving. Together, these aspects of the course make up a rigorous and rich curriculum that aims to broaden participation in computer science.

Class Schedule
English 10 or higher
Geometry or higher
Chemistry or higher
World History

Physical Education/Elective

Elective: AP Computer Science Principles (Academy)