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Environmental Chemistry Path

These pathways allow you to choose high school courses or concurrent courses which earn you both high school and college credit. In this example, if you take all the concurrent courses available you’ll enter college with 8 of your 44 college courses completed.

Choosing the concurrent courses can save you both time and money on college.
Follow the path to see all the benefits.
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Grade 9

English 9
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 9A, ENGLISH 9B
Honors course available

Why do authors make the choices they do? This course asks you to get to the heart of what makes effective texts, from novels to newspapers and from plays to travel blogs. As you formulate your big ideas, you will share your message through narrative, expository, and persuasive writing to make your mark on your school and the world.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 9A, ENGLISH 9B
Honors course available

Why do authors make the choices they do? This course asks you to get to the heart of what makes effective texts, from novels to newspapers and from plays to travel blogs. As you formulate your big ideas, you will share your message through narrative, expository, and persuasive writing to make your mark on your school and the world.

 
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Algebra 1
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ALGEBRA 1A, ALGEBRA 1B
Honors course available

The course content will include a rigorous approach to solving, graphing, and writing linear quadratic, rational, and exponential functions. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ALGEBRA 1A, ALGEBRA 1B
Honors course available

The course content will include a rigorous approach to solving, graphing, and writing linear quadratic, rational, and exponential functions. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

Geometry
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; GEOMETRY A, GEOMETRY B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of both two and three-dimensional shapes, congruence, similarity, transformations and the relationships between geometric shapes. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; GEOMETRY A, GEOMETRY B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of both two and three-dimensional shapes, congruence, similarity, transformations and the relationships between geometric shapes. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

 
Biology
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; BIOLOGY A, BIOLOGY B
Honors course available

This course allows you to learn about living organisms, including humans, and their interactions with each other and their surroundings. This includes investigations regarding the health of human beings, animals, organisms, and entire ecosystems. You will learn how the advances in the study of biology impact society and each of us as individuals and, in turn, how we each have an impact on the organisms and environment around us. Ultimately and ideally, this will culminate in a newfound appreciation for the interdependence of life on Earth. You are required to complete live, in-person biology wet labs (with materials available at home or a school lab site) throughout the course supplemented by the college-level Late Nite Labs experiences and virtual field trips.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; BIOLOGY A, BIOLOGY B
Honors course available

This course allows you to learn about living organisms, including humans, and their interactions with each other and their surroundings. This includes investigations regarding the health of human beings, animals, organisms, and entire ecosystems. You will learn how the advances in the study of biology impact society and each of us as individuals and, in turn, how we each have an impact on the organisms and environment around us. Ultimately and ideally, this will culminate in a newfound appreciation for the interdependence of life on Earth. You are required to complete live, in-person biology wet labs (with materials available at home or a school lab site) throughout the course supplemented by the college-level Late Nite Labs experiences and virtual field trips.

 
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HST 100 / HST 101
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU COURSE HST 100 (Fall)
Global History to 1500

Surveys human origins; early civilizations in Africa and Eurasia; the ancient Mediterranean; the pre-Columbian Americas; the rise of Islam and Muslim empires; medieval Europe; the Indian sub-continent and imperial China, to 1500.


COLLEGE: ASU COURSE HST 101 (Spring)
Global History Since 1500

Surveys Africa, the Americas, and Eurasia; changes in communication, communities, demography, economics, environment, politics, religion, technology, warfare, and women.

Enrollment Requirements: Credit is allowed for only HST 101 or SGS 111
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT HISTORY
COLLEGE: ASU COURSE HST 100 (Fall)
Global History to 1500

Surveys human origins; early civilizations in Africa and Eurasia; the ancient Mediterranean; the pre-Columbian Americas; the rise of Islam and Muslim empires; medieval Europe; the Indian sub-continent and imperial China, to 1500.


COLLEGE: ASU COURSE HST 101 (Spring)
Global History Since 1500

Surveys Africa, the Americas, and Eurasia; changes in communication, communities, demography, economics, environment, politics, religion, technology, warfare, and women.

Enrollment Requirements: Credit is allowed for only HST 101 or SGS 111
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT HISTORY
World History
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Honors course available

How do historians read and write? In this unique, depth study course, you will examine the origins and analyze the consequences of the major events and themes throughout world history. You will form your own ideas about the major events and learn how to write with confidence.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Honors course available

How do historians read and write? In this unique, depth study course, you will examine the origins and analyze the consequences of the major events and themes throughout world history. You will form your own ideas about the major events and learn how to write with confidence.

 
Foreign Language Year 1
 
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ARS 100 / AME 111
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU COURSE ARS 100
Introduction to Art

Provides an introduction to the understanding and enjoyment of art through the study of painting, sculpture, design, photography, and the decorative arts. Students gain an awareness of meaning, functions, and significance of art, while learning an art-related vocabulary and a set of analytical tools for discussing and understanding art from around the world.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): Non-Art majors; Credit is allowed for only ARS 100 or ARS 300

COLLEGE: ASU COURSE AME 111
Intro to Digital Culture

Examines the effects of digital technology on the way we live, communicate, learn, and create. Proposes that we are moving towards a hybrid (physical-digital) existence and culture. Traces that evolution, looks at current examples of hybrid cultural processes and outcomes, and discusses possible future trends. Discusses how these changes are influencing the work and career possibilities of people involved in all aspects of human culture. Comprises diverse readings, media products, class interaction, group discussion and hands-on collaborative projects exploring concepts covered in class. Also includes a number of guest lectures from ASU faculty.

Enrollment Requirements: Credit is allowed for only AME 111 or 194 (Introduction to Digital Culture)
CONCURRENT HS FINE ARTS
COLLEGE: ASU COURSE ARS 100
Introduction to Art

Provides an introduction to the understanding and enjoyment of art through the study of painting, sculpture, design, photography, and the decorative arts. Students gain an awareness of meaning, functions, and significance of art, while learning an art-related vocabulary and a set of analytical tools for discussing and understanding art from around the world.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): Non-Art majors; Credit is allowed for only ARS 100 or ARS 300

COLLEGE: ASU COURSE AME 111
Intro to Digital Culture

Examines the effects of digital technology on the way we live, communicate, learn, and create. Proposes that we are moving towards a hybrid (physical-digital) existence and culture. Traces that evolution, looks at current examples of hybrid cultural processes and outcomes, and discusses possible future trends. Discusses how these changes are influencing the work and career possibilities of people involved in all aspects of human culture. Comprises diverse readings, media products, class interaction, group discussion and hands-on collaborative projects exploring concepts covered in class. Also includes a number of guest lectures from ASU faculty.

Enrollment Requirements: Credit is allowed for only AME 111 or 194 (Introduction to Digital Culture)
CONCURRENT HS FINE ARTS
Art History
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ART HISTORY A, ART HISTORY B

The course looks at characteristics of culture and art, primarily in the Western world, from prehistoric times up to the modern day. By exploring major turning points in history such as the first tools made, the first civilizations formed, and the rise and fall of major empires and religions you will more easily make connections to the artworks created. The course will also emphasize the impact culture itself has on the artworks produced in various times and places. You will examine the different types of value we assign to various types of art including aesthetic value, economic value, and social value. And lastly, you will learn about principles of design, which will help to build a common vocabulary for discussing and critiquing art.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ART HISTORY A, ART HISTORY B

The course looks at characteristics of culture and art, primarily in the Western world, from prehistoric times up to the modern day. By exploring major turning points in history such as the first tools made, the first civilizations formed, and the rise and fall of major empires and religions you will more easily make connections to the artworks created. The course will also emphasize the impact culture itself has on the artworks produced in various times and places. You will examine the different types of value we assign to various types of art including aesthetic value, economic value, and social value. And lastly, you will learn about principles of design, which will help to build a common vocabulary for discussing and critiquing art.

 
 

Grade 10

English 10
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 10A, ENGLISH 10B
Honors course available

This course centers around reading, writing, and critical thinking. Incorporating universal themes found in plays, novels, and poetry, it uses these three skills to challenge you to not just examine texts for what is being expressed— it pushes you to analyze why and how language is used to affect an audience. The course also offers you an opportunity to explore more creative expressions of your acquired knowledge with unique and innovative projects. Finally, it encourages you to claim ownership of your learning, blending independent studies with your guided online experience, echoing a more “real world” reflection of personal accountability and responsibility.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 10A, ENGLISH 10B
Honors course available

This course centers around reading, writing, and critical thinking. Incorporating universal themes found in plays, novels, and poetry, it uses these three skills to challenge you to not just examine texts for what is being expressed— it pushes you to analyze why and how language is used to affect an audience. The course also offers you an opportunity to explore more creative expressions of your acquired knowledge with unique and innovative projects. Finally, it encourages you to claim ownership of your learning, blending independent studies with your guided online experience, echoing a more “real world” reflection of personal accountability and responsibility.

 
Geometry
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; GEOMETRY A, GEOMETRY B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of both two and three-dimensional shapes, congruence, similarity, transformations and the relationships between geometric shapes. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; GEOMETRY A, GEOMETRY B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of both two and three-dimensional shapes, congruence, similarity, transformations and the relationships between geometric shapes. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

Algebra 2
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ALGEBRA 2A, ALGEBRA 2B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of the complex number system and its properties, factorization, simplification of radicals and polynomials, linear and quadratic functions, graphs and equations, matrices, determinants, rational expressions, probability, and statistics. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ALGEBRA 2A, ALGEBRA 2B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of the complex number system and its properties, factorization, simplification of radicals and polynomials, linear and quadratic functions, graphs and equations, matrices, determinants, rational expressions, probability, and statistics. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

 
Chemistry
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; CHEMISTRY A, CHEMISTRY B
Honors course available

This course allows you to study atoms and their interactions with each other and their surroundings. This includes investigations into heat, energy, molecular bonding, chemical and physical reactions, radioactivity, acids, and bases. It will show you how things bond together to make new substances and how those substances interact with the world around us. You will learn how advances in the study of chemistry impact society and each of us as individuals and, in turn, how we each have an impact on the environment around us. You will participate in regular in-person labs (with materials available at home or a school lab site), and conduct experiments, supplemented by college-level Late Nite Labs and other virtual reality experiences.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; CHEMISTRY A, CHEMISTRY B
Honors course available

This course allows you to study atoms and their interactions with each other and their surroundings. This includes investigations into heat, energy, molecular bonding, chemical and physical reactions, radioactivity, acids, and bases. It will show you how things bond together to make new substances and how those substances interact with the world around us. You will learn how advances in the study of chemistry impact society and each of us as individuals and, in turn, how we each have an impact on the environment around us. You will participate in regular in-person labs (with materials available at home or a school lab site), and conduct experiments, supplemented by college-level Late Nite Labs and other virtual reality experiences.

 
HST 109 / HST 110
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU HST 109 (Fall)
United States to 1865
CONCURRENT CREDIT COURSE

Growth of the Republic from colonial times through the Civil War period.


COLLEGE: ASU HST 110 (Spring)
United States Since 1865

Growth of the Republic from the Civil War to the present.

CONCURRENT HS CREDIT HISTORY
COLLEGE: ASU HST 109 (Fall)
United States to 1865
CONCURRENT CREDIT COURSE

Growth of the Republic from colonial times through the Civil War period.


COLLEGE: ASU HST 110 (Spring)
United States Since 1865

Growth of the Republic from the Civil War to the present.

CONCURRENT HS CREDIT HISTORY
U.S. History
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; U.S. HISTORY A, U.S. HISTORY B
Honors course available

This course offers you the opportunity to discover key issues, ideas, people, and events that shaped the emergence and development of the United States. This course focuses on the mid-nineteenth century to the start of the twenty-first century. You will develop an understanding of the present as well as the past. This course allows you to study American history through the use of primary and secondary sources. You will develop skills in research and investigation, critical analysis, and written communication. You will choose a special topic of interest for your research project along with a depth study.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; U.S. HISTORY A, U.S. HISTORY B
Honors course available

This course offers you the opportunity to discover key issues, ideas, people, and events that shaped the emergence and development of the United States. This course focuses on the mid-nineteenth century to the start of the twenty-first century. You will develop an understanding of the present as well as the past. This course allows you to study American history through the use of primary and secondary sources. You will develop skills in research and investigation, critical analysis, and written communication. You will choose a special topic of interest for your research project along with a depth study.

 
Foreign Language Year 2
ASB 102 / GS Elective
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU ASB 102
Intro to Cultural Anthropology

Introduces concepts and methods of sociocultural anthropology, with illustrative materials from a variety of communities in a globalizing world. Explores the concept of culture and examines a variety of social, political and economic dimensions of how humans organize their lives.


COLLEGE: ASU GS Elective (Spring)
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT ELECTIVE
COLLEGE: ASU ASB 102
Intro to Cultural Anthropology

Introduces concepts and methods of sociocultural anthropology, with illustrative materials from a variety of communities in a globalizing world. Explores the concept of culture and examines a variety of social, political and economic dimensions of how humans organize their lives.


COLLEGE: ASU GS Elective (Spring)
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT ELECTIVE
 

Grade 11

English 11
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 11A, ENGLISH 11B
Honors course available

English 11 has two main objectives. The first is to help build cultural capital, while you take a historical survey through the American literature timeline. You will then trace a path from the icons of the Colonial era, through the tumultuous 1800s, and stop at today’s Post Modern landscape. The second objective is to help build global citizenship, which will ask you to research, critically think, and write about the issues that are most crucial, most vital, and most affecting life around the world. Together, these objectives work to build upon the skills of the past while exploring the potential for a brighter future.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 11A, ENGLISH 11B
Honors course available

English 11 has two main objectives. The first is to help build cultural capital, while you take a historical survey through the American literature timeline. You will then trace a path from the icons of the Colonial era, through the tumultuous 1800s, and stop at today’s Post Modern landscape. The second objective is to help build global citizenship, which will ask you to research, critically think, and write about the issues that are most crucial, most vital, and most affecting life around the world. Together, these objectives work to build upon the skills of the past while exploring the potential for a brighter future.

 
Algebra 2
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ALGEBRA 2A, ALGEBRA 2B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of the complex number system and its properties, factorization, simplification of radicals and polynomials, linear and quadratic functions, graphs and equations, matrices, determinants, rational expressions, probability, and statistics. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ALGEBRA 2A, ALGEBRA 2B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a study of the complex number system and its properties, factorization, simplification of radicals and polynomials, linear and quadratic functions, graphs and equations, matrices, determinants, rational expressions, probability, and statistics. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offers a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

Precalculus
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PRE-CALCULUS A, PRE-CALCULUS B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a further depth study of functions, quadratics, logarithms, coordinate geometry, vectors, trigonometry probability and statistics with the addition of differentiation, integration and differential equations. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offer a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PRE-CALCULUS A, PRE-CALCULUS B
Honors course available

Included in this course is a further depth study of functions, quadratics, logarithms, coordinate geometry, vectors, trigonometry probability and statistics with the addition of differentiation, integration and differential equations. You will develop mathematical knowledge that will increase your ability to communicate and reason with mathematical concepts. This course offer a solid foundation for further study of mathematical relationships.

 
Physics
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PHYSICS A, PHYSICS B
Honors course available

This course helps learners understand the technological world in which they live and take an informed interest in science and scientific developments. You will learn about the basic principles of physics through a mix of theoretical and practical studies. You will also gain an understanding of how science is studied and practiced, and become aware that the results of scientific research can have both good and bad effects on individuals, communities, and the environment. You will participate in regular in-person labs (with materials available at home or a school lab site), and experience experiments that are  supplemented with college-level Late Nite Labs and other virtual reality experiences.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PHYSICS A, PHYSICS B
Honors course available

This course helps learners understand the technological world in which they live and take an informed interest in science and scientific developments. You will learn about the basic principles of physics through a mix of theoretical and practical studies. You will also gain an understanding of how science is studied and practiced, and become aware that the results of scientific research can have both good and bad effects on individuals, communities, and the environment. You will participate in regular in-person labs (with materials available at home or a school lab site), and experience experiments that are  supplemented with college-level Late Nite Labs and other virtual reality experiences.

 
PSY 101 / SOC 101
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU PSY 101 (Fall)
Introduction to Psychology

Major areas of theory and research in psychology. Requires participation in department-sponsored research or an educationally equivalent alternative activity.


COLLEGE: ASU SOC 101 (Spring)
Introduction to Sociology

Fundamentals of sociology, organization of human groups and society, processes of interaction, and social change.

Enrollment Requirements: Credit is allowed for only SOC 101 or 301
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT ELECTIVE
COLLEGE: ASU PSY 101 (Fall)
Introduction to Psychology

Major areas of theory and research in psychology. Requires participation in department-sponsored research or an educationally equivalent alternative activity.


COLLEGE: ASU SOC 101 (Spring)
Introduction to Sociology

Fundamentals of sociology, organization of human groups and society, processes of interaction, and social change.

Enrollment Requirements: Credit is allowed for only SOC 101 or 301
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT ELECTIVE
Psychology
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PSYCHOLOGY A, PSYCHOLOGY B
ELECTIVE CREDIT ONLY

Do you ever wonder how your mind works? Why do you think about your world the way you do? As you prepare for college, career, and life, psychology is an invaluable foundation for understanding what makes humans tick. In addition to theory and science work, you will gain knowledge on a wide array of issues on both individual and global levels, examining connections between content areas within psychology and relating them to psychological knowledge of everyday life, including available careers for those who study psychology.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PSYCHOLOGY A, PSYCHOLOGY B
ELECTIVE CREDIT ONLY

Do you ever wonder how your mind works? Why do you think about your world the way you do? As you prepare for college, career, and life, psychology is an invaluable foundation for understanding what makes humans tick. In addition to theory and science work, you will gain knowledge on a wide array of issues on both individual and global levels, examining connections between content areas within psychology and relating them to psychological knowledge of everyday life, including available careers for those who study psychology.

 
Foreign Language Year 3
 
Leadership 1 - 2
LEADERSHIP 1

The Leadership and Collaboration course explores roles, responsibilities, and leadership styles by putting the first-year leadership students in the driver’s seat of a small, poorly run non-profit. Students will learn the basics of leadership, decision-making, collaboration, and culture building, and apply that knowledge to make their non-profit a success. In doing so, they will also begin to define their own leadership style.


LEADERSHIP 2: CULTURE BUILDING
PREREQUISITE: LEADERSHIP 1

This course builds on the knowledge gained in the Leadership and Collaboration course. Students will explore the characteristics and interactions of the four personality profile types. Students will define and solidify their leadership style and capacity to collaborate and lead others. Students will learn practical frameworks, tools, and skills. All of which help them select, form, and lead a successful team. Students will learn the art of organizational culture building in a variety of arenas.

LEADERSHIP 1

The Leadership and Collaboration course explores roles, responsibilities, and leadership styles by putting the first-year leadership students in the driver’s seat of a small, poorly run non-profit. Students will learn the basics of leadership, decision-making, collaboration, and culture building, and apply that knowledge to make their non-profit a success. In doing so, they will also begin to define their own leadership style.


LEADERSHIP 2: CULTURE BUILDING
PREREQUISITE: LEADERSHIP 1

This course builds on the knowledge gained in the Leadership and Collaboration course. Students will explore the characteristics and interactions of the four personality profile types. Students will define and solidify their leadership style and capacity to collaborate and lead others. Students will learn practical frameworks, tools, and skills. All of which help them select, form, and lead a successful team. Students will learn the art of organizational culture building in a variety of arenas.

Entrepreneurship 1 - 2
ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1: IDEAS AND STRATEGIES

Students will get a front row seat and see how early-stage business investors make their investments. They first look through the lens of an investor. Students will learn the fundamentals of identifying opportunity, creating value, and capturing value with the Three Pillars of Entrepreneurship™. They will prepare their own rubric for investing, and develop startup investment recommendations. Next, they will look through the lens of the entrepreneur. Students will apply insights and understanding to develop a business concept of their own, and develop their idea into an investor pitch deck.


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL RESEARCH
PREREQUISITE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1

Research can be the difference between success and failure. This course teaches students approaches and methods for increasing their probability of success. Then students will apply value creation directly to venture design. They will take a deep dive into entrepreneurial strategy, and apply these learnings to further develop and fortify their venture.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1: IDEAS AND STRATEGIES

Students will get a front row seat and see how early-stage business investors make their investments. They first look through the lens of an investor. Students will learn the fundamentals of identifying opportunity, creating value, and capturing value with the Three Pillars of Entrepreneurship™. They will prepare their own rubric for investing, and develop startup investment recommendations. Next, they will look through the lens of the entrepreneur. Students will apply insights and understanding to develop a business concept of their own, and develop their idea into an investor pitch deck.


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL RESEARCH
PREREQUISITE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1

Research can be the difference between success and failure. This course teaches students approaches and methods for increasing their probability of success. Then students will apply value creation directly to venture design. They will take a deep dive into entrepreneurial strategy, and apply these learnings to further develop and fortify their venture.

 
 

Grade 12

 
ENG 101 / ENG 102
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU ENG 101
First-Year Composition

Discovers, organizes and develops ideas in relation to the writer’s purpose, subject and audience. Emphasizes modes of written discourse and effective use of rhetorical principles.

Enrollment Requirements: TOEFL score 560PBT/250CBT/100iBT or higher, or IELTS score >=6.5, or ACT ENG score >=19, or SAT Verbal score >=520 (or SAT Verbal score >=470 if taken before 2016), or Accuplacer score 5-7, or WAC 101 or 107 with C or better

COLLEGE: ASU ENG 102
First-Year Composition

Critical reading and writing; emphasizes strategies of academic discourse. Research paper required.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): ENG 101 or 107 with C or better
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT ENGLISH
COLLEGE: ASU ENG 101
First-Year Composition

Discovers, organizes and develops ideas in relation to the writer’s purpose, subject and audience. Emphasizes modes of written discourse and effective use of rhetorical principles.

Enrollment Requirements: TOEFL score 560PBT/250CBT/100iBT or higher, or IELTS score >=6.5, or ACT ENG score >=19, or SAT Verbal score >=520 (or SAT Verbal score >=470 if taken before 2016), or Accuplacer score 5-7, or WAC 101 or 107 with C or better

COLLEGE: ASU ENG 102
First-Year Composition

Critical reading and writing; emphasizes strategies of academic discourse. Research paper required.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): ENG 101 or 107 with C or better
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT ENGLISH
English 12
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 12A, ENGLISH 12B
Honors course available

English 12 provides learners opportunities to make critical and informed responses to texts which are wide-ranging in their form, style and context. Experience British literature that introduces you to the cultural and societal contexts of the literary pieces you read. Advanced writing assignments are required, including a research paper based on your interests. English 12 provides learners opportunities to make critical and informed responses to texts which are wide-ranging in their form, style and context. You will also produce your own imaginative writing, and will demonstrate your ability to produce writing for given audiences.

HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; ENGLISH 12A, ENGLISH 12B
Honors course available

English 12 provides learners opportunities to make critical and informed responses to texts which are wide-ranging in their form, style and context. Experience British literature that introduces you to the cultural and societal contexts of the literary pieces you read. Advanced writing assignments are required, including a research paper based on your interests. English 12 provides learners opportunities to make critical and informed responses to texts which are wide-ranging in their form, style and context. You will also produce your own imaginative writing, and will demonstrate your ability to produce writing for given audiences.

 
 
MAT 170 / MAT 265 / MAT 266
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU MAT 170
Precalculus

Intensive preparation for calculus. Topics include functions (including trigonometric), vectors and complex numbers.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): MAT 117 with C or better, or Mathematics Placement Test with a score of 50% or higher, or ALEKS score of 61 or higher; Credit is allowed for only MAT 170 or MAT 171

COLLEGE: ASU MAT 265
Calculus for Engineers I

Limits and continuity, differential calculus of functions of one variable, introduction to integration.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): MAT 170 or 171 with C or better, OR Mathematics Placement Test with a score of 60% or higher; the Advanced Math Placement Test with a score of 38 or higher, OR ALEKS score of 76 or higher; Credit is allowed for only MAT 265 or MAT 270

COLLEGE: ASU MAT 266
Calculus for Engineers II

Methods of integration, applications of calculus, elements of analytic geometry, improper integrals, Taylor series.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): MAT 265 or 270 with C or better; Credit is allowed for only MAT 266 or MAT 271

Choose two in order:

COLLEGE: ASU MAT 170
COLLEGE: ASU MAT 265
COLLEGE: ASU MAT 266
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT MATH
COLLEGE: ASU MAT 170
Precalculus

Intensive preparation for calculus. Topics include functions (including trigonometric), vectors and complex numbers.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): MAT 117 with C or better, or Mathematics Placement Test with a score of 50% or higher, or ALEKS score of 61 or higher; Credit is allowed for only MAT 170 or MAT 171

COLLEGE: ASU MAT 265
Calculus for Engineers I

Limits and continuity, differential calculus of functions of one variable, introduction to integration.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): MAT 170 or 171 with C or better, OR Mathematics Placement Test with a score of 60% or higher; the Advanced Math Placement Test with a score of 38 or higher, OR ALEKS score of 76 or higher; Credit is allowed for only MAT 265 or MAT 270

COLLEGE: ASU MAT 266
Calculus for Engineers II

Methods of integration, applications of calculus, elements of analytic geometry, improper integrals, Taylor series.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): MAT 265 or 270 with C or better; Credit is allowed for only MAT 266 or MAT 271

Choose two in order:

COLLEGE: ASU MAT 170
COLLEGE: ASU MAT 265
COLLEGE: ASU MAT 266
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT MATH
Pre-Calculus or Calculus
Pre-Calculus 
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PRE-CALCULUS A, PRE-CALCULUS B

In this unique, university-aligned model, you will work at your own pace and skill level to master the fourth year of the Cambridge Experience math courses. Included in this course is a further depth study of functions, quadratics, logarithms, coordinate geometry, vectors, trigonometry probability and statistics with the addition of differentiation, integration and differential equations.


Calculus 
Pre-Calculus 
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA 1 AND GEOMETRY
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; PRE-CALCULUS A, PRE-CALCULUS B

In this unique, university-aligned model, you will work at your own pace and skill level to master the fourth year of the Cambridge Experience math courses. Included in this course is a further depth study of functions, quadratics, logarithms, coordinate geometry, vectors, trigonometry probability and statistics with the addition of differentiation, integration and differential equations.


Calculus 
 
 
CHM 113 / CHM 116
Concurrent Credit Course
COLLEGE: ASU CHM 113
General Chemistry I

Principles of chemistry. Adapted to the needs of students in the physical, biological, and earth sciences.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS: Prerequisite(s): CHM 101 with C or better, or Mathematics Placement Test score of 50% or higher, or ALEKS score of 61 or higher, OR Pre- or corequisite(s): MAT 170, 171, 210, 251, 265 or 270 with C or better if completed

COLLEGE: ASU CHM 116
General Chemistry II

Continuation of CHM 113. Equilibrium theory, thermodynamics, kinetics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, descriptive chemistry.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS: Prerequisite(s): CHM 113, 114, or 117 with C or better
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT SCIENCE ELECTIVE
COLLEGE: ASU CHM 113
General Chemistry I

Principles of chemistry. Adapted to the needs of students in the physical, biological, and earth sciences.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS: Prerequisite(s): CHM 101 with C or better, or Mathematics Placement Test score of 50% or higher, or ALEKS score of 61 or higher, OR Pre- or corequisite(s): MAT 170, 171, 210, 251, 265 or 270 with C or better if completed

COLLEGE: ASU CHM 116
General Chemistry II

Continuation of CHM 113. Equilibrium theory, thermodynamics, kinetics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, descriptive chemistry.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS: Prerequisite(s): CHM 113, 114, or 117 with C or better
CONCURRENT HS CREDIT SCIENCE ELECTIVE
Science Elective
 
Government
HALF-CREDIT COURSE
Honors course available

With great freedom, comes great responsibility. Become an expert in responsible citizenship as you study the purposes, principles, and practices of American government as established by the U.S. Constitution. In this course, you will learn how and why the US Government was developed, and how it currently operates. Included in this exploration will be the historical context for the creation of the US Constitution and the three branches of the government, Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. You will also learn about the role of state and local governments, all while contemplating how and why citizens can participate responsibly within these contexts.

HALF-CREDIT COURSE
Honors course available

With great freedom, comes great responsibility. Become an expert in responsible citizenship as you study the purposes, principles, and practices of American government as established by the U.S. Constitution. In this course, you will learn how and why the US Government was developed, and how it currently operates. Included in this exploration will be the historical context for the creation of the US Constitution and the three branches of the government, Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. You will also learn about the role of state and local governments, all while contemplating how and why citizens can participate responsibly within these contexts.

Economics
HALF-CREDIT COURSE
Honors course available

How does our modern economy work? In this course, you will examine the allocation of scarce resources and the economic reasoning used by government agencies and by people as consumers, producers, savers, investors, workers, and voters. As you prepare for college, career, and life, you will examine the key economic philosophies and economists who have influenced the economies around the world in the past and present.

HALF-CREDIT COURSE
Honors course available

How does our modern economy work? In this course, you will examine the allocation of scarce resources and the economic reasoning used by government agencies and by people as consumers, producers, savers, investors, workers, and voters. As you prepare for college, career, and life, you will examine the key economic philosophies and economists who have influenced the economies around the world in the past and present.

 
Internship Opportunity
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Elective
 
 
Leadership 3 - 4
LEADERSHIP 3: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
PREREQUISITE: LEADERSHIP 2

Leadership is about more than just taking charge. It is about building up your team and helping each individual become the most successful versions of themselves. This course tackles two unavoidable demands on real life. The first is to identify, manage, and resolve conflict. The second is to effectively negotiate situations, terms, and conditions. This class will prepare students to navigate both subjects with clarity and empowerment. Students will learn the knowledge and skills to manage and coach individuals towards maximum performance, personal growth, and contribution to the overall goals of the group.


LEADERSHIP 4: CAPSTONE
PREREQUISITE: LEADERSHIP 3

The Leadership track culminates in this capstone class. Students will engage in in-depth discussions, guided readings, and other applied-learning exercises to help them turn their four years of Leadership and Collaboration study into a personalized toolbox and guide they can draw upon and deploy in their academic, professional, and personal lives.

LEADERSHIP 3: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
PREREQUISITE: LEADERSHIP 2

Leadership is about more than just taking charge. It is about building up your team and helping each individual become the most successful versions of themselves. This course tackles two unavoidable demands on real life. The first is to identify, manage, and resolve conflict. The second is to effectively negotiate situations, terms, and conditions. This class will prepare students to navigate both subjects with clarity and empowerment. Students will learn the knowledge and skills to manage and coach individuals towards maximum performance, personal growth, and contribution to the overall goals of the group.


LEADERSHIP 4: CAPSTONE
PREREQUISITE: LEADERSHIP 3

The Leadership track culminates in this capstone class. Students will engage in in-depth discussions, guided readings, and other applied-learning exercises to help them turn their four years of Leadership and Collaboration study into a personalized toolbox and guide they can draw upon and deploy in their academic, professional, and personal lives.

Entrepreneurship 3 - 4
ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3: TELLING YOUR STORY
PREREQUISITE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2

In this course, students will develop a comprehensive marketing strategy that works. They will take an empathetic approach to extending their company into the public domain. We will explore branding, traditional marketing, and current trends, including social media and crowd-funding. From a legal perspective, students will learn about entity formation, registration and compliance with laws, and the basics of contracts. The finance section will introduce students to a balance sheet and profit and loss.


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4: ENTREPRENEURIAL CAPSTONE
PREREQUISITE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3

The Entrepreneurship track culminates in this capstone class. Students will engage in in-depth discussions, guided readings, and other exercises to help them turn their four years of Entrepreneurship study into a fully-fledged business pitch that is suitable for investors. Ideally, each student will launch a crowdfunding campaign and or compete in a venture competition.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3: TELLING YOUR STORY
PREREQUISITE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2

In this course, students will develop a comprehensive marketing strategy that works. They will take an empathetic approach to extending their company into the public domain. We will explore branding, traditional marketing, and current trends, including social media and crowd-funding. From a legal perspective, students will learn about entity formation, registration and compliance with laws, and the basics of contracts. The finance section will introduce students to a balance sheet and profit and loss.


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4: ENTREPRENEURIAL CAPSTONE
PREREQUISITE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3

The Entrepreneurship track culminates in this capstone class. Students will engage in in-depth discussions, guided readings, and other exercises to help them turn their four years of Entrepreneurship study into a fully-fledged business pitch that is suitable for investors. Ideally, each student will launch a crowdfunding campaign and or compete in a venture competition.

 
 
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