• A-G Course Requirements

    a: Social Science (30 credits required)

    Gregory Hill   Steve Clinton  

             Gregory Hill                  Gregory Schauberger

    Justin Silva

              Justin Silva

    10th: World Studies (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)* or 

    10th: AP Human Geography (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    11th: United States History (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)* or

    11th: AP United States History (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    12th: Economics (UC a-g approved, 5 credits)*

    12th: US Government (UC a-g approved, 5 credits)* or

    12th: AP US Government (UC a-g approved, 5 credits)

    10-12th: Ethnic Studies (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    *Required courses

     


    b: English (40 credits required)

    Stacy Ferguson   Jody Frodahl

           Stacy Ferguson                      Jody Frodahl

    Karen Marazzo   Joy Sanner

            Karen Marazzo                    Joy Sanner

    9th: CP English 9 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    10th: CP English 10 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)* or

    10th: Honors English 10 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits) 

    11th: CP English 11 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)* or

    11th: AP Language (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    12th: CP English 12 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)* or

    12th: AP Literature (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    *Required courses

     


    c: Mathematics (30 credits required)

    Steve Clinton   Tom Moorehead   

              Steve Clinton                 Thomas Moorehead

    9th: IM1 - Integrated Math 1 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    10th: IM2 - Integrated Math 2 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    11th: IM3 - Integrated Math 3 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    12th: EAP Mathematics (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    11-12th: Pre-Calculus (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    11-12th: AP Statistics (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    12th: AP Calculus AB (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    12th: AP Calculus BC (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    *Required courses

     


    d: Laboratory Science (20 credits required)

    Leslie Loggins   Katherine Nurss   

      Leslie Loggins-Morgan             Katherine Nurss

    9th: NGSS Biology (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    10th: NGSS Physics (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    11th: NGSS Chemistry (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    *Required courses

     


    e: World Language (20 credits required)

    Celia Rothberger     

          Celia Rothenberg

    9-11th: CP Spanish 1 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    9-12th:  CP Spanish 2 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)*

    9-12th:  CP Spanish 3 (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    11-12th:  AP Spanish Language (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    *Required courses

     


    f & g: Career Technical (CTE), VAPA, other Electives (70 credits required)

    Tara Kringle   Leslie Loggins-Morgan  

              Tara Kringel               Leslie Loggins-Morgan

    Gregory Schauberger   Joy Sanner

        Gregory Schauberger                  Joy Sanner

    Brad Cordell  Steve Clineon

              Brad Cordell                      Steve Clinton             

    CTE Pathway 1: Business Marketing

    Marketing jobs represent nearly one in every four jobs
    in the U.S. economy. Marketing courses help you learn
    and experience how the marketing process seeks to
    establish and satisfy the needs and wants of individuals
    who buy goods, services and ideas.  Businesses of all
    types and sizes, including non-profit organizations, use
    marketing in their local, national and global operations
    to move products and services from their origin to the
    end-user.  Industry Sector: Marketing, Sales, and Service 

    • Introductory: Principles of Business (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Concentrator: Marketing (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Capstone: Empowering Entrepreneurs (UC a-g, 10 credits)

     

    CTE Pathway 2: Child Development

    The focus of the Education Career Pathway is to prepare
    students for personal and life management, and provide
    a strong foundation for Family and Consumer Sciences
    education related career paths.   The course sequence
    is designed to familiarize students with the broad aspects
    of the education profession, philosophies, theories and
    principles of caring for and teaching children in a variety
    of settings.  Using an interdisciplinary approach, students
    will learn about: health/safety practices, careers in
    Education, important philosophical and political changes
    in schooling history, principles and processes of learning,
    areas and stages of development in school-aged children,
    principles of teaching, application of classroom
    management and lesson planning in a supervised fieldwork
    setting, anti-bias curriculum and cultural diversity,
    professional responsibilities of teachers, and emerging
    techniques and technologies that impact student learning
    in educational settings.   Industry Sector: Education,
    Child Development

    • Introductory: Integrated Life Management (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Concentrator: Child Development and Guidance (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Capstone: Careers in Education (UC a-g, 10 credits)

     

    CTE Pathway 3: Professional Music Performance

    The pathway emphasizes the respect for traditions,
    techniques and nuances of feel and groove through the
    examination of the various eras and forms of popular
    music repertoire, including rock, pop, R&B, folk, and
    country.  Students, in solo and small groups, utilize the
    common instruments, including acoustic and electric
    guitar, keyboards, saxaphone, and vocals. However, all
    musical instruments have a place in the program. 
    Students will also study the business of the music
    industry including songwriting, live performance, the
    record industry, music merchandising, contracts and
    licenses, and career opportunities. 
    Industry Sector: Art, Media, Entertainment

    • Introductory: Commerical Music 1 (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Concentrator: Commerical Music 2 (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Capstone: Commerical Music Project (UC a-g, 10 credits)

     

    CTE Pathway 4: Professional Photography

    Students will develop digital photography
    techniques as they experience a variety of professional
    projects including studio lighting, photojournalism and
    creation of a photographic series. The pathway will also
    explore advanced Photoshop digital imaging techniques
    and other industry standard skills. Students will examine
    the work of famous photographers and develop a
    professional portfolio as an exit project.
    Students will end the pathway with a developed business
    plan, real work experience and a portfolio of images.
    Industry Sector: Arts, Media, Entertainment

    • Introductory: Professional Photo 1 (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Concentrator: Professional Photo 2 (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Capstone: Professional Photo 3 (UC a-g, 10 credits)

     

    CTE Pathway 5: Robotics

    Through the process of designing and building remote
    controlled and autonomous machines, students will
    expand and strengthen their understanding of the
    design process. Topics slated to be covered include:
    navigating with GPS, underwater robotics, robotic
    industry trends, solar powered robots, sensors and
    grippers. This course is ideal for a student who wishes
    to pursue college majors or careers in the fields of
    robotics, mechanical engineering, computer science,
    design and business.  Industry Sector: Manufactoring
    and Product Development

    • Introductory: Robotics (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Concentrator: Advanced Robotics (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Capstone: Manufactoring Robotics (UC a-g, 10 credits)

     

    CTE Pathway 6: Medical Assisting

    TBD

    • Introductory: TBD (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Concentrator: TBD (UC a-g, 10 credits)
    • Capstone: TBD (UC a-g, 10 credits)

     

    CTE Pathway 7: CTE Auto Services Technician at BMR

     

    Elective Courses

    9-12th: Art and Design I and II (10 credits)

    11-12th: Adulthood (10 credits)

    9-12th: Ceramics I, II, III (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    9-12th: Beginning Piano (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    9-12th: Intermediate Piano (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    9-12th: Guitar (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    9-12th: Intermediate Guitar (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    9-12th: Military History (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    9-12th: Student Government (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)

    9-12th: Yearbook (UC a-g approved, 10 credits)


    Other Required RJUHSD High School Courses

    Melissa Tupper     

            Melissa Tupper

    9th: Health (10 credits)*

    9th: PE 9 (10 credits)*

    10th: PE 10 (10 credits)*

    10-12th: Weight Training

    *Required courses