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New Courses for next year!

AP WORLD HISTORY: Modern replacing APEC for Sophomores. In AP World History: Modern, students investigate significant events, individuals, developments, and processes from 1200 to the present. The course begins by examining cultures in the Americas, Africa and Asia before Columbus' voyage and ends with the topic of globalization in present times

ETHNIC STUDIES is a two trimester elective that meets the UC A-G "G" elective. This course is designed to further students' development and understanding of how values and perceptions placed on race, ethnicity, nationality, and culture have shaped and continue to influence individuals and society in the United States. The course will be rooted in the four foundational disciplines of ethnic studies: African American Studies, Asian American Studies, Chicano Latino Studies, and Native American and Indigenous Studies. It will also examine other racialized peoples in the United States. The course aims to build self-awareness, and foster active social engagement while encouraging students to be socially and politically conscious, as well as further develop respect, empathy and value for individuals and groups of people locally, nationally, and globally. Watch video about the course here.

ETHNIC LITERATURE - focuses on the foundational disciplines of ethnic studies: African American Studies, Asian American Studies, Chicano Latino Studies, and Native American and Indigenous Studies. Students will engage in discussions, conduct research, synthesize different mediums from poetry to film, and craft analytical essays to understand the social and political systems that have shaped different marginalized groups in America. Students will deepen their understanding of self and others through exploring their own implicit biases. Ethnic Literature is a two trimester English course that fulfills the UC A-G "B" English requirement. Available to Seniors.

INTRODUCTION TO DATA SCIENCE Flyer info here. In this course students will learn to understand, ask questions of, and represent data through project-based units. The units will give students opportunities to be data explorers through active engagement, developing their understanding of data analysis, sampling, correlation/causation, bias and uncertainty, modeling with data, making and evaluating data-based arguments, and the importance of data in society. At the end of the course, students will have a portfolio of their data science work to showcase their newly developed knowledge and understanding. This course will be submitted to UC to earn “C” Mathematics Credit. course info video here

Sundevil Career & Technical Ed (CTE) Course Options/Pathways

We proudly offer several Career and Technical Education Pathways that articulate with Community Colleges, 4 year Colleges and direct entry occupations.

Project Lead The Way (PTLW) Engineering courses are recognized as a respected academic programs (similar to Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate) by UC/CSU.

Sample 4 year Plans

Automotive Technology - AVID - Band - Blank Design Your Own
Computer Science - Core Courses (a typical student) - Engineering - Honors/AP

Contact your Counselor if you have questions

Students Last Name:

A-F Counselor - Mrs. Kim Bronson

G-M Counselor - Mr. Husani Whitlock

N-T Counselor - Mrs. Charmaine Ferrer

U-Z, AVID & ELL Counselor - Mr. Victor Baez

Counselor , Career Technical Education - Ms. Kim Tran

Guidance Tech - Mrs. Diana O'Quin

Guidance Tech - Ms. Barb Tomicich