The following are approved elective courses which may not be offered at all sites. Please contact the respective School Counseling Department for their elective offerings.

This course is an introduction to all the basic features of using Microsoft Word including creating and editing documents, formatting text and documents and illustrating documents with graphics. Students will be able to create letters, tables, memos, reports incorporating tables, use graphics and merge documents.

This course is an introduction to all the basic features of using Microsoft Excel including creating and editing new worksheets within a workbook using formulas and functions, formatting worksheets and inserting charts. Students will be able to create invoices, develop budgets and interpret data for making business decisions.

The Computer Applications III course provides opportunities for students to develop competency and demonstrate technological proficiency in areas related to computer literacy standards. This course satisfies the requirements for the articulated agreement with the College Career Pathways program. Students will demonstrate the ability to work with a variety of software applications with an emphasis on Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint.

The Computer Applications IV course provides opportunities for students to develop competency and demonstrate technological proficiency in computer literacy standards. Students will demonstrate the ability to work with a variety of software applications. Students are expected to demonstrate mastery of Word, Excel and PowerPoint and utilize Microsoft Publisher to design projects and products that will be exemplified in the senior capstone portfolio. Enrollment in this class requires at least ½ credit in other Computer Applications courses.

Please note: The following courses do not meet graduation requirements for Physical Education.

Students will engage in fitness related activities to improve one’s overall health and wellness.  Students will design and implement a personal fitness program designed to strengthen fitness deficits while improving and maintaining one’s physical health and well-being.

A combination of anaerobic and aerobic workouts for students: including learning the proper technique for lifting weights, TAE BO, Yoga, Pilates and various cardio activities.

Strength and conditioning is designed for those students who want to develop overall body strength and muscular endurance.  The program is designed to strengthen the major muscles of the human body, through lifts such as, bench press, squats, incline bench press. (Course offered only for Grades 11 and 12).

This elective course will allow students to develop and refine skills to increase their overall physical fitness, eating habits and food choices through individualized activities.

Students will participate in individual and dual sport activities designed to improve one’s overall physical health and well-being.  Students will partake in a variety of activities designed to improve one’s physical fitness while providing positive opportunities to engage in recreation.