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									OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL
        2011-2012
 FRESHMEN Course Guide




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   FRESHMEN WILDCATS
OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL



                          OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL
                                         #1 Wildcat Way
                                         Oak Harbor, WA 98277
                                         (360)279-5711
                                         (360)279-5479 FAX
                      Oak harbor high school administration
PRINCIPAL                                              Dwight lundstrom
Associate Principal                                    Rae Wood
Associate Principal/Principal of midway                bill Weinsheimer

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR                                      Nicki Luper
Career & technical director                            Sandee oehring


                      Oak harbor high school counseling staff

Career & guidance counselor                            Carla hurst

Freshman counselor                                     Jeremy day
Guidance counselor 10th-12th (a-f)                     Stacey ward

Guidance counselor 10th-12th (g-n)                     Anna chargualaf

Guidance counselor 10th-12th (O-z)                     Becky templin

Counseling secretary                                   CANDACE ROLLAG
Registrar                                              CATHY FAKKEMA
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST                                    CHRISTINe RICHARDS
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST (9TH GRADE)                        Terri potter

                  Oak harbor school district administration
Superintendent                                        dr. rick Schulte
Assistant superintendent                              Dr. Lance Gibbons
Human resources director                              Joseph hunt
Curriculum director                                   Kurt Schonberg
Director of operations                                bruce Worley
Maintenance director                                  bILL armbrust
Communications director                               joseph hunt
Business director                                     Vicki Williams

                                  Oak harbor school board
                                               Corey Johnson
                                                  Peter Hunt
                                                Dave mccool
                                               David Sherman
                                                 Gary wallin
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          Table of Contents
Graduation Requirements         4    NCAA Information                     14

High School Proficiency Exam         9th Grade Core Academics             15
(HSPE) Graduation Requirement   5    Fine Arts                            18
(formerly the WASL)
                                     Additional Electives                 20

High School & Beyond Plan       6    Career & Technical                   21

Programs of Study               7    World Language                       27

College Planning                10   Cross Credit Guide                   28

Pre-College Testing             11   School Board Policy on Credits       28

Earn College Credit             12   Special Education                    31

Options After High School       13   Clubs                                33

Sample Schedules                14   Index                                34




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                                OHHS Graduation requirements



                           1.   High School and Beyond Plan
                           2.   23 credits from required areas
                           3.   Culminating Project
                           4.   Demonstrate proficiency in meeting
                                state content standards (HSPE)

                                      CLASS OF 2012/2013/2014/2015
                           Credit         Required Courses:
                            .50           American Government/Current Issues
                            .50           Health
                            .50           Modern World Problems
                           1.0            U.S. History
                           1.0            Fine Arts
                           1.0            World History
                           1.50           Physical Education/ROTC
                           3.0            Math
                           1.0            Career/Technical
                           2.0            Science
                           3.50           English
                           7.0/7.5*       Electives
                           23.00                            TOTALS

*Pacific Northwest History (0.5 credits is needed if not successfully completed in Middle School.)

                                       COURSE CREDIT REQUIREMENTS
 Course Group                           Oak Harbor High School                  WA 4-year Institution Course Credit
                                        Course Requirements                     Entrance Requirement
 Career & Tech Education                1.0 credit                              1.0 credit
 English                                3.5 credits                             4.0 credits
 Electives                              varies                                  varies
 Fine Arts                              1.0 credit                              1.0 credit
 Foreign Language                        Not Required                           2.0-4.0 credits (same language)
 Health                                 0.5 credit                              Not Required
 Mathematics                            3.0 credits incl. Algebra I,            3.0 credits incl. Algebra I,
                                        Geometry, Algebra II and a math class   Geometry, Algebra II and a math class
                                        taken in senior year of high school     taken in senior year of high school

 Physical Education                     1.5 credits                             Not Required
 Science                                2.0 credits                             2.0-3.0 credits (lab) ~ 1 yr must be an
                                                                                algebra-based science class

 Social Studies                         3.5 credits                             3.0 credits
 Admission Testing                      N/A                                     SAT or ACT
 Education Prerequisite                 N/A                                     High School Diploma


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            HIGH SCHOOL PROFICIENCY EXAM (HSPE)
                 GRADUATION REQUIREMENT

Graduating classes of 2010-2012 students must pass a state exam or a state-approved alternative in reading and
writing in order to earn a high school diploma. Some students might have already passed one or more exams of the
high school Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL). Beginning in spring 2010, students who have not
previously passed the WASL must take the High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE), a state-approved alternative or an
assessment for students in special e3ducation. Students can meet the state’s math requirement by passing the high
school math WASL or HSPE, a state-approved alternative or an assessment for students in special education, OR
earn two math credits after 10th grade. Students must have taken the state exam once before using any of the alter-
natives.

Students in the class of 2013 are the first required to also pass science and math high school state exams, a state-
approved alternative or an assessment for students in special education. The class of 2013 will have an additional
option to choose math end-of-course exams.
                                                           MATHEMATICS: Standards met with ...
READING AND WRITING: Standards met with …
                                                           High School HSPE, or
High School HSPE, or
                                                           Assessments for students in special education, or
Assessments for students in special education, or
                                                           Certificate of Academic Achievement Options
Certificate of Academic Achievement Options
                                                                            OR
                                                           Classes of 2010-2012 only - Earn two math credits after
                                                           10th grade (and take the ―appropriate‖ math assess-
                                                           ments at least once)




                          **For the most current information visit www.k12.wa


                                      CULMINATING PROJECT

Each student develops and presents a portfolio of evidence from the student’s years in school demonstrating profi-
ciency as a learner, a community member, an employee and a planner. This integrated learning project asks stu-
dents to summarize their experience and knowledge and show how their work ethic affects future career and educa-
tional opportunities.



                    GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS INFORMATION

Guidance counselors help students understand the high school credit system, provide information regarding
graduation requirements and assist students in accessing credit retrieval options. Students and families are ulti-
mately responsible for monitoring credits and ensuring accuracy of transcripts. If you feel your transcript has an
error, please contact your guidance counselor.



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                                      SCHOOL Study
                            OHHS HIGHProgram of & BEYOND PLAN
                                   Washington State High School Graduation Requirement
                                                                     Arts and Humanities
        WHAT IS YOUR CAREER Concentrations?
What are the Arts & HumanitiesGOAL? WHAT ARE YOU PLANNING TO DO RIGHT AFTER HIGH SCHOOL?
The Arts & Humanities Concentrations consist of a variety of courses where students develop skills, understand
4 yr. College/University     Military Academy/Special Training Technical School                   Military Service
                                                               On of Job Training/Apprenticeship
concepts, and explore opportunities in-depth within the areas thethe arts and communication. While these concen-
2 yr. Community College     Other                                                                 Trade/Private School
trations are available to all students, they are particularly well suited for students who:
FOLLOW THIS PROGRAM OF STUDY                                           FOLLOW THIS PROGRAM OF STUDY
     Enjoy creative, innovative, or imaginative activities.
                    COLLEGE PREP                                                   TECHNICAL/INDUSTRY
                PROGRAM music, visual
     Enjoy participating in OF STUDY arts, debate, or theatre.                      PROGRAM OF STUDY
      23 Total Credits Required for Graduation                            23 Total Credits Required for Graduation
     Tend to score high on Artistic scales when taking interest inventories.
     REQUIRED CORE CURRICULUM the communications and the arts in REQUIRED CORE CURRICULUM (15.5 CREDITS)
    Are curious about the role of (15.5 CREDITS)                          our world.
English (3.5 credits)                                                English (3.5 credits)
    Are interested in education, careers, or activities after high school where they can use their artistic and
Math (3 credits)                                                     Math (3 credits)
    communications talents and interests.
Science (2 credits)                                                  Science (2 credits)
 What concentrations are available within the Arts & Humanities?
Social Studies (3 credits)                                           Social Studies (3 credits)
                                                                     and Humanities. credits)
 The following 2.0 credit concentrations are available within Arts PE/Health/ROTC (2 Although students may take
PE/Health/ROTC (2 credits)
        course concentrations
 thesePerforming Arts (1 credit) to meet their Program of Study graduation requirement anytime during their high
Fine &                                                               Fine & Performing Arts (1 credit)
 school Technical (1 it is recommended that they take the courses Career & Technical (1and 12th grade years. Courses
Career & experience, credit)                                         between their 10 th credit)
 with an asterisk (*) indicate college credit may be earned.
Career & Technical Education
(any 2 credits from the following)
       ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC COURSES                                                                                             ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC COURSES
                     3.5 Credits
     Graphic Arts & Media Productions                                                                                                                     1 Credit

     Desktop Digital Publishing* (.5 credit)
    ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC COURSES (3.5 CREDITS)                                                                               ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC COURSES (1 CREDIT)
      (Check Arts/Photography* (.5 credit)
    Graphic off a box for each .5 credit completed)                                                                         (Check off a box for each .5 credit completed)
English (.5 credit)
    Video Productions I or II* (.5 credit each)
Science (1 credit)                                                                                                    Career & Technical (1 credit)
    Yearbook Production
World Languages (2 credits) (1 credit)

    Photography (1 credit)
       CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE COURSES                                                                                         CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE COURSES
    Broadcast Communications (1 credit)
  Complete 2 credits within one of the following concentrations                                                        Complete 2 credits within one of the following concentrations

     Digital Design* (1 credit)


 World Languages
           Arts & Humanities                      Business & Communications                                                                        Natural Sciences & Engineering
(any 2 credits from the following)
English/Communications                        Business                                                                                         Automotive                            Construction
FineSpanish I, II, III, IV or AP (1 credit each)
     Arts                                     World Languages                                                                                  Engineering
    Japanese I, Media (1 credit each)
Graphic Arts & II or IIIProductions           Culinary Productions                                                                             Health & Fitness
Performing Arts                               English                                                                                          Mathematics
    French I, II, III or IV (1 credit each)
World Languages                               Marketing                                                                                        Medical Careers


          ADDITIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES                                                                                            ADDITIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES

                                 2 Credits                                                                                                               4.5 Credits


                  Select courses aligning with your                                                                                    Select courses aligning with your
                  Career Choice Program of Study                                                                                       Career Choice Program of Study
                (Check off a box for each .5 credit completed)                                                                       (Check off a box for each .5 credit completed)

 At least one math class is recommended in 11th & 12th year. The 3.5 credits for English consist of English 9, English 10, American Literature & a Senior English class. Social Studies consists of World
 History, U.S. History, American Government & Modern World Problems. PNW will be required as an elective if 8th grade Humanit ies (or PNW) is not passed with “C” or better.

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                          Program of Study—Arts and Humanities
What are the Arts & Humanities Concentrations?
The Arts & Humanities Concentrations consist of a variety of courses where students develop skills, understand concepts and ex-
plore opportunities in-depth within the areas of the arts and communication. While these concentrations are available to all stu-
dents, they are particularly well suited for students who:
    Enjoy creative, innovative or imaginative activities.

    Enjoy participating in music, visual arts, debate or theatre.

    Tend to score high on Artistic scales when taking interest inventories.

    Are curious about the role of the communications and the arts in our world.

    Are interested in education, careers or activities after high school where they can use their artistic and communications tal-
ents and interests.

 What concentrations are available within the Arts & Humanities?
 The following 2.0 credit concentrations are available within Arts and Humanities. Although students may take these course con-
 centrations to meet their Program of Study graduation requirement anytime during their high school experience, it is recom-
 mended they take the courses between their 10th and 12th grade years. Courses with an asterisk (*) indicate that college credit
 may be earned.

Career & Technical Education                                        English/Communications
(any 2 credits from the following)                                  (any 2 credits from the following)

   Graphic Arts & Media Productions                                     AP Language & Composition (1 credit)

    Desktop Digital Publishing* (.5 credit)                             AP Literature & Composition (1 credit)

    Graphic Arts/Photography* (.5 credit)                               Classical World Literature I or II (.5 credit) each

    Video Productions I* (.5 credit)                                    Advanced Writing & Research (.5 credit)

    Yearbook Production (1 credit)                                      Creative Writing (.5 credit)

    Photography (1 credit)                                              Journalism (.5 credit)

    Broadcast Communications (1 credit)                                 Oral Communications (.5 credit)

    Digital Design* (.5 credit)                                         Science Fiction (.5 credit)

 World Languages                                                        Sports Literature (.5 credit)
(any 2 credits from the following)
                                                                        How to Start a Small Business* (.5 credit)
    Spanish I, II, III, IV or AP (1 credit each)
                                                                        Sports & Entertaining Marketing* (.5 credit)
    Japanese I, II or III (1 credit each)
                                                                    Performing Arts
    French I, II, III or IV (1 credit each)                         (any 2 credits from the following)

Fine Arts                                                               Concert Band (1 credit)
(any 2 credits from the following)
                                                                        Jazz Band (1 credit)
    Black & White Design (.5 credit)
                                                                        Symphonic Band (1 credit)
    Color & Design (.5 credit)
                                                                        Wind Ensemble (1 credit)
    Drawing (.5 credit)
                                                                        Campus Choir (1 credit)
    Metal Design I or II (.5 credit each)
                                                                        Treble Choir (1 credit)
    Pottery or Pottery X (.5 credit each)
                                                                        Harbor Singers (1 credit)
    Sculpture & Design (.5 credit)
                                                                        Show Choir (1 credit)
    AP Art Studio* (l credit)


* To qualify for senior privileges, seniors must have earned 17 credits prior to senior year.
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                                       Program of Study
                                 Business and Communications
What are the Business and Communicatio ns Concentrations?
What are the Business and Communications Concentrations? variety of courses where students develop skills,
The Business and Communications Concentrations consist of a
understand concepts, and explore Concentrations depth within the areas of business, economics, and entrepre-
The Business and Communicationsopportunities in consist of a variety of courses where students develop skills,
neurship. While these concentrations are available to all within the is particularly well suited for students who:
understand concepts and explore opportunities in-depth students, itareas of business, economics and entrepreneur-
ship. While these concentrations are available to all students, it is particularly well suited for students who:
    Enjoy leading, persuading, or organizing others.
    Enjoy leading, persuading or organizing others.
    Enjoy working wit h computers and other business technologies.
    Enjoy working with computers and other business technologies.
    Have an interest in finance, business, and/or marketing.
    Have an interest in finance, business and/or marketing.
    Tend to score high on Enterprising or Conventional scales when taking interest inventories.
    Tend to score high on Enterprising or Conventional scales when taking interest inventories.
    Are curious about the role of business and economics in our world.
    Are curious about the role of business and economics in our world.
    Are curious about the role of the communications and the arts in our world.
    Are curious about the role of the communications and the arts in our world.
    Are interested in education, careers, or activities after high school where they can use their business and
    Are interested in education, careers, or activities after high school where they can use their business and
    marketing talents and interests.
    marketing talents and interests.
What concentrations are available within the Business and Communicatio ns concentrations?
What concentrations are available within the Business and Communications concentrations?
The following 2.0 credit concentrations are available within Business and Communications. Although students may
take these course concentrations to meet their Program of Business and Communications. Although students may
The following 2.0 credit concentrations are available withinStudy graduation requirement anytime during their high
school experience, it is recommended that they take the courses graduation requirement anytime years. their high
take these course concentrations to meet their Program of Study between their 10 th and 12th grade duringCourses
school experience, it is recommended that they take the courses between their 10 th and 12th grade years. Courses
with an asterisk (*) indicate college credit may be earned.

Career & Technical Education                              Mathematics
(any 2 credits from the following)                        (any 2 credits from the following)
                                                              Pre-Calculus (1 credit)
     Business
                                                              AP Calculus (1 credit)
    Personal Finance (1 credit)
                                                              AP Statistics (1 credit)
    Money Management (.5 credit)
                                                              Advanced Algebra Prep (1 credit)
    Microsoft Word* (.5 credit)
    Work Preparation (.5 credit)                          English
    Accounting* (1 credit)                                (any 2 credits from the following)

    Computer Applications* (.5 credit)                        Creative Writing (.5 credit)

    Business Work Experience                                  Journalism (1.0 credit)

    Professional Worksite Internship                          Oral Communication (.5 credit)

    Teacher Assistant Internship (.5 credit)                  Advanced Writing and Research (.5 credit)
                                                              Leadership Development (1 credit)
    Marketing                                                 Sports and Entertainment Marketing (.5 credit)
    Starting a Small Business (.5 credit)
    Marketing Management* (1 credit)                      World Languages
                                                          (any 2 credits from the following)
    Retail Management* (1 credit)
                                                              Spanish I, II, III, IV or AP (1 credit each)
    Sports and Entertainment Marketing* (.5 credit)
                                                              Japanese I, II or III (1 credit each)
    Marketing Work Experience (.5 credit)
                                                              French I, II, III or IV (1 credit each)
    Fashion & Merchandising (.5 credit)

Culinary Productions
    Food for Today (.5 credit)
    Culinary Arts* (2 credits)



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                                 Program of Study
                   Natural Sciences & Engineering Concentrations
What are the Natural Sciences & Engineering Concentrations?
The Natural Sciences & Engineering Concentrations consist of a variety of courses where students develop skills, understand
concepts, and explore opportunities in-depth within the areas of natural sciences. While these concentrations are available to all
students, it is particularly well suited for students who:
    Enjoy assembling, designing, building or repairing things.

    Enjoy working with tools and various technologies.

    Have the ability to work accurately and precisely.

    Tend to score high on Realistic or Technical scales when taking interest inventories.

    Tend to score high on Investigative or Scientific scales when taking interest inventories.

    Are curious about the role of design and technology in our world.

    Enjoy working with data, ideas and things.

    Have the ability to work accurately and precisely.

    Enjoy using testing and analysis to solve complex problems and questions.

    Enjoy aiding, instructing, or protecting others.
Are interested in education, employment, or activities after high school using their analytical and technical talents and interests.

What concentrations are available within the Natural Sciences & Engineering Concentrations?
The following 2.0 credit concentrations are available within the Natural Sciences and Engineering Concentration. Although stu-
dents may take these course concentrations to meet their Program of Study graduation requirement anytime during their high
school experience, it is recommended they take the courses between their 10 th and 12th grade years. Courses with an asterisk (*)
indicate college credit may be earned.
Career and Technical Education               Science
                                                                                            Health & Fitness (P.E.)
(any 2 credits from the following)           (any 2 credits from the following)
                                                                                            (any 2 credits from the following)
  Automotive                                    Scientific Systems & Inquiries (1 credit)      Club Fitness (.5 credit)
  Basic Automotive Maintenance (.5 credit)      Biology (1 credit)                             Fit for Life (.5 credit)
  Advanced Automotive Tech* (2 credits)         Chemistry (1 credit)                           Health (.5 credit)
  Construction                                  Earth Science (.5 credit)                      Lifetime Fitness (.5 credit)
  Wood Technology* (.5 credit)                  Environmental Science (.5 credit)
  Cabinetry & Woodworking (.5 credit)                                                          Outdoor Recreation (.5 credit)
                                                Horticulture (.5 credit)                       Racket Sports/Fitness (.5 credit)
  Building Construction* (1.0 credit)
                                                Marine Biology (.5 credit)                     Team Sports(.5 credit)
  Engineering
                                                AP Biology (1 credit)                          Walking/Fitness (.5 credit)
  Computer Aided Drafting i* (.5 credit)
                                                Physics (1 credit)                             Weight Training/Cond. (.5 credit)
  Computer Aided Drafting II (.5 credit)
  3D Modeling* (.5 credit)                      Earth Science (.5 credit)
  Architectural Design (.5 credit)              Environmental Science (.5 credit)
  Technology                                    Robotics & Automation* (.5 credit)          Naval Science
  Technology Foundations (1.0 credit)           Sports Medicine & Intern.* (2 credits)      (any 2 credits from the following)
  Applied Physics (.5 credit)                   Technology Foundations (1.0 credit)         Naval Science (1 credit)
  Robotics and Automation* (.5 credit)
                                                                                            Naval Science II (1 credit)
                                             Sports Science & Recreation                    Naval Science III (1 credit)
   Metals                                    (any 2 credits from the following)
   Metal Fabrication* (1 credit)                                                            Naval Science IV (1 credit)
                                                Sports Medicine & Intern.*(2 credits)
   Technology Foundations (1.0 credit)
                                                Biology (1 credit)                          Mathematics (any 2 credits)
   Applied Physics (.5 credit)
                                                AP Biology (1 credit)                       Pre-Calculus (1 credit)
   Medical Careers                              Physics (1 credit)                          AP Calculus (1 credit)
   Sports Medicine & Internships*               Chemistry (1 credit)                        AP Statistics (1 credit)
   (2 credits)                                  AP Chemistry (1 credit)
   Human Body & Medical Internships*            Psychology (.5 credit-Social Studies)
   (2 credits)                                  Fit for Life (.5 credit)
   Prof. Worksite Internships* (.5 credit)      Outdoor Recreation (.5 credit)
   Psychology (.5 credit – Social Studies)      Sports/Entertainment Mrkt* (.5 credit)
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                    COLLEGE PLANNING
            FOUR-YEAR, TWO-YEAR AND TECHNICAL

               NINTH GRADE                                             TENTH GRADE
 Prepare a four-year class schedule with your      Take the PSAT and/or PLAN in the fall at OHHS.
 counselor and make sure you include at least      Continue taking challenging classes like honors and ad-
 the minimum college requirements.                 vanced math and science.
 Commit to doing your best class work. Col-        Prepare for and take the HSPE.
 leges look at all 4 year of a student’s grades.   Engage yourself in more than just academics; continue
 Take advantage of the opportunities high          following your passions outside school. Take summer
 school offers, it will go quickly. Join a new     enrichment courses, attend camps, work or volunteer
 club, sport or activity each year you are here.   your time.
 Take a career interest inventory.                 When choosing classes for next year, consider earning
                                                   college credit through AP or Tech Prep classes or Run-
                                                   ning Start at SVC.


             ELEVENTH GRADE                                            TWELFTH GRADE
 Take the PSAT in October at OHHS.                 Sign up immediately for SAT or ACT if you haven’t al-
 Start exploring college websites.                 ready taken one or it you want to improve your scores.
 Use an interactive college search like            Meet with your counselor reviewing your high school
 www.collegeboard.com or WOIS to narrow            transcript. Verify you will meet graduation and college
 down searches. WOIS can also be great to see      entrance requirements.
 what careers would be a good fit for you. See     Review and begin applying to state and national scholar-
 your counselor for a password.                    ships posted in the counseling center.
 Attend college rep visits at OHHS—listen for      Work on your admissions essays. Have an adult review
 dates in the announcements.                       your essay.
 Attend college fairs.                             Apply to Early Decision if you are sure of your college
 Begin the application process for service acad-   choice.
 emies (West Point, etc.).                         Visit the federal financial aid website (www.fafsa.ed.gov).
 Register with NCAA if you are planning on         Apply for your FAFSA pin.
 playing college sports.                           Gather recommendations if you need them for your col-
 Sign up to take a Spring ACT (www.act.org) or     lege application.
 SAT (www.collegeboard.com). Options for test      Submit FAFSA ASAP beginning Jan 1st.
 prep can be found on the OHHS website coun-       Review local scholarship in the counseling center begin-
 seling page.                                      ning in January.
 Arrange campus visits to those colleges you       Make sure mid-year reports are sent to your colleges of
 are considering.                                  choice.
 Prepare your resume and evaluate your extra-      Complete local scholarships by deadlines (February-
 curricular activities and leadership positions.   April).
 Apply for a summer job or internship.             Compare financial aid offers and make your decision
 Take AP exams if you are eligible.                about a school.
 Tour college campuses.                            Take AP exams if you are eligible.
 Work on your college admission applications       Request final transcripts.
 and essays. Review available scholarships.


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                           Pre-college testing
Grade             Test        Required               Date                                Information
                            Not required but      Usually in     The PLAN test is intended for 10th grade students and is recom-
   10             PLAN      recommended           November       mended as a preliminary test for the ACT. College-bound stu-
                                                                 dents typically take the ACT in their junior or senior year. Check
                                                                 the Daily Bulletin and OHHS Counseling Center website for
                                                                 posted dates/times and costs for the PLAN. Registration for this
                                                                 test is done through the ASB Office at Oak Harbor High School.
                                                                  www.act.org/path/parent

                            Not required but      Usually in     The PSAT test is intended for juniors and serves as a qualifying
 10/11            PSAT      recommended           October        test for the National Merit Scholarships. The PSAT is the prelimi-
                                                                 nary test for the SAT. Check the Daily Bulletin and OHHS Coun-
                                                                 seling Center website for posted dates/times and costs for the
                                                                 PSAT. Registration for this test is done through the ASB Office at
                                                                 Oak Harbor High School.
                                                                 www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/psat/prep.html

                            Needed for en-        Offered on     Verbal and mathematical reasoning abilities as they relate to suc-
 11, 12           SAT I     trance into most 4    7 Saturdays    cessful performance in college. Students need to select their test-
                            year colleges or      throughout     ing site when they register for the SAT I. Students need to pre-
                            universities.         the school     register at least 6 weeks prior to the test date. College Board pre-
                            Usually taken by      year           fers students to register for this test online, however, mail-in
                            juniors and/or                       registration forms are available in the counseling center. You
                            seniors.                             may not register for the SAT at the high school.
                                                                 www.collegeboard.com

                            Needed in addition    Offered on     Measures specific areas in world language, writing, math, and
 11, 12           SAT II    to the SAT I for      7 Saturdays    science reasoning. Students need to select their testing site when
                            entrance into         throughout     they register for the SAT II. Students need to pre-register at least
                            highly selective      the school     6 weeks prior to the test date. College Board prefers students to
                            colleges.             year           register for this test online, however, mail-in registration forms
                                                                 are available in the counseling center. You may not register for
                                                                 the SAT at the high school.
                                                                 www.collegeboard.com

                            Needed for en-        Offered on     Measures knowledge and skills in English, mathematics, reading,
 11, 12           ACT       trance into most 4    6 Saturdays    and science reasoning and application of skills. Students need to
                            year colleges or      throughout     select their testing site when they register for the ACT. Students
                            universities. Usu-    the school     need to pre-register at least 6 weeks prior to the test date. ACT
                            ally taken by jun-    year           Student prefers students to register for this test online, however,
                            iors and/or sen-                     mail-in registration forms are available in the counseling center.
                            iors.                                You may not register for the ACT at the high school.
                                                                 www.actstudent.org

                            Not required, but     Offered Free   Eight short individual tests covering general science, math rea-
10, 11, 12        ASVAB     helps students        October or     soning, word knowledge, paragraph reasoning, math knowledge,
                            identify skills and   November,      electronics, auto shop, and mechanics. Career exploration scores
                            competencies.         during the     helpful; not only for those interested in the military.
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            WAYS TO EARN college credit
                            IN HIGH SCHOOL
   program                Description & benefits                            Responsibilities &
                                                                                 costs
                         Allows students to earn college credit for cer-
                         tain career/technical classes taken at high
  Tech prep              school                                             Enroll in Tech Prep designated
 Location:               Classes such as engineering, technology, culi-     classes at the high school
                         nary arts, health care services, business educa-   Earn a ―B‖ or better in course to dem-
Ohhs campus
                         tion & more may qualify                            onstrate college-level competency
                         Earn both high school and college credit with
                         passing grade
                         Earn college credit on college transcript

                         Qualified students may enroll and complete
                         college-level work to prepare for nationally
  Advanced               scored test
  Placement              Advanced placement college credit is dependent     Enroll in Advanced Placement class
                         on test score                                      at the high school
  Location:                                                                 Apply for testing in the spring
                         Accelerated course work
Ohhs campus              High school credit available with passing grade    Fees vary ($75-$150 per test)
                         regardless of test score
                         Availability of Advanced Placement classes var-
                         ies each year. Check with your counselor for
                         specifics



                         Allows qualified high school juniors and seniors   Ensure credits taken at college sat-
                         to attend college classes                          isfy high school graduation require-
Running start                                                               ments
                         Earn both high school and college credit at the
  Location:              same time                                          Requires placement test

Skagit valley            Caution: if students are not mature and cannot     Must meet application and registra-
                         manage time and attendance independently, this     tion deadlines
   college               option can be problematic. Parents may not be      Tuition waived; student pays course
                         able to access information about their student     fees, textbooks and provides own
                         to monitor success                                 transportation
                         Meet with high school counselor in April to get    Students MUST make extra effort to
                         started                                            communicate with the high school
                                                                            regarding graduation requirements,
                                                                            deadlines and other activities
OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL



       OPTIONS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
   Program                            description                                          How long?
                     Several degree categories are available:
                         Bachelor (Baccalaureate) Degree: Requires gen-         Bachelor Degree = 4 years minimum
4-year College/          eral and specific courses. Students choose one or
  university             two subjects to study in-depth. These subjects
                         are called majors. Teachers, writers, engineers
                         and most managers have these degrees. Many
                         jobs now require a Bachelor’s Degree.
                         Master’s Degree: Students usually have a Bache-
                                                                                Master’s Degree = 1 to 2 years beyond
                         lor’s Degree, some work experience and the de-
                                                                                the Bachelor’s Degree
                         sire to continue studying a subject. Classes add
                         to the information you already have and help
                         you advance your career.
                         Professional & Doctoral Degree: Requires ad-
                         vanced study with a specific focus. Doctoral can- Professional & Doctoral Degree = 3-4
                         didates must research an original topic, write a  years of university beyond Bachelor’s
                         lengthy research paper and defend their research and/or Master’s Degree
                         in front of a panel of experts.



                     Provides either a Certificate OR a Degree
                         Certificate: 19-60 credits
 Community
                         Associate Degree: 90 credits. Preparation for
                                                                                Certificate = 1 year or less
   college               professional career in applied area.
                         Transfer Associate Degree: 90 credits
                                                                                Associate Degrees = 2 year minimum
                          Generally transfers to a 4-year university. Must
                          include core university requirements.

                     Provides training for workplace skills.
                         Certificate: train for entry-level work in a techni-   Certificate = 6 to 12 months.
  Technical              cal field.
   college               Degree (Associate of Applied Science or Arts)
                                                                                Associate of Applied Science/Art De-
                         train to work at the technician level: credits may
                                                                                gree = 2 years
                         transfer to 4-year university.

                     Four basic options:
                     1—military service academy 2—ROTC
   military          3—direct enlist 4—reserve unit                                 Varies from 2 years to 25+ years
                     Housing, food, training and tuition assistance pro-              depending on the program.
                     vided, plus earn a monthly income.

                     Federally funded residential program where students
                     live in a dorm-type setting and learn a skill to begin
  Job corps          work at the ―craft-level.‖                                  Varies from several months to 2 years.

                     Combine on-the-job training with classroom instruc-
                     tion. Apprentices learn marketable skills in a career
apprenticeship       path such as construction, electrician or cosmetology.                     2—5 years


                     On-the-job training may turn a job into a career. Pays
                     minimum wage to start with advancements based on             Varies depending on the work place.
     work            experience and performance.
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                         Sample schedules
      GRADE 9                                                                     GRADE 10
9th Grade English or                            1.0                           10 Grade English or 10th Honors Eng-
                                                                                 th
                                                                                                                                1.0
9th Honors English                                                            lish

Algebra I                                       1.0                           Geometry                                          1.0

Scientific Systems and                          1.0                           Biology                                           1.0

                                                                              World History or Honors World History             1.0
PE & Health      OR                             1.0
                                                                              Fine Arts                                         0.5

Fine Arts                                       0.5                           Upper Level PE                                    0.5

Electives                                       1.5                           Elective                                          1.0

   GRADE 11                                                                    GRADE 12
US History or AP US History                    1.0                           Modern World Problems/                           1.0
                                                                             American Government
American Literature, AP Language &             1.0
Composition, or AP Literature &
                                                                             AP Literature & Composition, AP                  1.0
Composition
                                                                             Language & Composition or an
Career & Tech                                  1.0                           English Elective
(2 semesters)
                                                                             *Pacific Northwest History                       0.5
                                                                             (If not successfully completed in Mid-
Algebra II                                     1.0
                                                                             dle School.)

Science                                        1.0                           Fine Arts                                        0.5

                                                                             Math                                             1.0
Upper Level PE                                 0.5
                                                                             Science                                          1.0
Elective                                       0.5
                                                                             Electives                                        1.0




                 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
College bound student athletes planning on attending a Division I or Division II institution should register with the NCAA Eligibil-
ity Center at the beginning of their junior year in high school. At the end of their junior year, students should request to have an
official transcript (including six semesters of grades) submitted to the Eligibility Center. Additionally, students should have their
SAT or ACT scores forwarded directly to the Eligibility Center whenever they take the exams. Students need to check with their
counselor each year to verify the classes they are taking match the NCAA list of approved core courses for OHHS. For further
information, please see the NCAA website at www.ncaa.org




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                                              9TH GRADE
                                          CORE ACADEMICS

                     ENGLISH                                                            MATH
 9th GRADE ENGLISH                                           9TH GRADE ALGEBRA
 Course Code ENO101                                          Course Code MAO100
 Grade: 9                                                    Grades: 9
 Prerequisites: none                                         Prerequisites: none
 Length: one year/one credit                                 Length: one year/one credit

 Students strengthen reading skills as they study fic-       Algebra I includes simplifying and evaluating expressions,
 tion, non-fiction, drama and poetry. Their study of         solving linear and quadratic equations, simplifying vari-
 writing includes a variety of essays, including narra-      able expressions, problem solving and graphing on the
 tive, persuasive, exposition and literary analysis. Vo-     Cartesian coordinate plane. Students connect these topics
 cabulary and speaking fundamentals are addressed            to a variety of "real world" applications and to Geometry.
 and practiced. Students explore career opportunities        Students are introduced to the use of the graphing calcu-
 and learn research skills and work with research re-        lator.
 sources.
                                                             9TH GRADE GEOMETRY
 HONORS 9th GRADE ENGLISH
                                                             Course Code MAO103
 Course Code ENO10H                                          Grades: 9
 Grade: 9                                                    Prerequisites: Successful completion of Algebra I
 Prerequisites: Teacher recommendation                       Length: one year/one credit
 Length: one year/one credit
                                                             This course not only introduces the historic and practical
 Honors 9th grade English meets the 9th grade English
                                                             purposes of geometry but also provides a foundation in
 requirement. Additionally, this is an in-depth, acceler-
                                                             formal and informal logic and reasoning. While studying
 ated English course with high performance standards.
                                                             two-dimensional (plane) geometry and three-dimensional
 This course includes independent completion of com-
                                                             (solid) geometry, students build reasoning skills using
 prehensive projects and extensive outside reading.
                                                             both inductive and deductive reasoning processes. Both
 Honors English courses are precursors to AP English
                                                             coordinate and non-coordinate geometry is used to ex-
 classes.
                                                             plore two-dimensional relationships such as transforma-
                        MATH                                 tions, similarity, and congruence a well as in the explora-
                                                             tion of quadrilaterals, triangles, polygons and circles.
MATH LAB, 9th GRADE
Not available for online registration
Grades: 9
                                                             ALGEBRA II
Prerequisites: Teacher Recommendation/placement; currently   Course Code MAO201
enrolled in Algebra I                                        Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Length: one year/one credit                                  Prerequisites: Successful completion of Geometry & Algebra I.
                                                             Length: one year/one credit
Math Lab is a course assisting students to improve per-      Algebra 2 includes an in-depth study in algebraic and
formance in their current math class as well as improv-      graphical representations of linear and absolute value
ing skills/understanding needed for standardized as-         equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, polyno-
sessments. Students receive assistance in course work        mial functions and rational functions. Students connect
as well as in their areas of weakness as identified by       these concepts to a variety of ―real world‖ application
performance expectations.                                    problems. Continued usage of the graphing calculator will
Note: Qualifies for an elective credit.                      be an integral part of the program.

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                                                   9TH GRADE
                                           CORE ACADEMICS
            FITNESS & HEALTH                                                                       SCIENCE
FIT FOR LIFE
                                                                       SCIENTIFIC SYSTEMS AND INQUIRIES
Course Code HFO101
                                                                       Course Code SCO101
Grade: 9
                                                                       Grade: 9
Prerequisite: None
                                                                       Prerequisite: None
Length: one semester/one-half credit
                                                                       Length: one year/one credit

This course combines conditioning and fitness with a wide vari-    Scientific Systems and Inquiry is a year long, inquiry-based
ety of activities and sports. Students have the opportunity to     course examining the systems of physics and chemistry. The
acquire skills and knowledge for use in their recreation or leisurecourse serves as the foundation of the high school science cur-
time. Team, dual and individual sports are emphasized, while       riculum. It is aligned with Benchmark Three of the State Essen-
developing sound physical, mental and emotional fitness habits.    tial Academic Learning’s in science and is intended for all in-
Each student is required to create a personal fitness plan.        coming ninth graders. Successful completion of middle school
                                                                   science and this class allows students to be successful for the
Note: This course is a prerequisite for all other physical education
offerings.                                                         Science portion of the HSPE. Students progress through a series
                                                                   of investigations into the laws and relationships governing
HEALTH                                                             systems of matter and energy in the universe. Content centers
Course Code HFO102                                                 around these systems is presented from an inquiry and project
Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12                                               based perspective. In one semester, students develop inquiry
Prerequisite: None                       Graduation Requirement skills through investigations of the laws of motion and energy.
Length: one semester/one-half credit                               In the other semester, students further develop these skills
                                                                   through investigations of topics in chemistry. There are links
The health education class is a required semester class for
                                                                   to mathematics (data collection and analysis), English
graduation taken during the 9 grade year. The course provides a
                               th

                                                                   (communication of experimental results), and technology (data
relevant course of study in sexuality and relationship issues, nu-
                                                                   collection and analysis).
trition and weight management, CPR and safety, emotional health
and coping skills (teen suicide, domestic violence, etc.) and drug 9TH GRADE BIOLOGY
education. The class focuses on these areas using problem solv- Course Code SCO102
ing and communication skills helping teens learn to deal with
                                                                   Grades: 9
these issues now and in the future.
                                                                   Prerequisites: Successful completion of Scientific Systems and
NAVAL SCIENCE 1                                                    Inquiry ; successful completion or concurrent enrollment of Al-
                                                                   gebra I
Course Code NSO101
                                                                   Length: one year/one credit
Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: none                                                This yearlong course stresses molecular basis of living organ-
Length: one year/one credit                                        isms with emphasis on cell biology, biochemistry, genetics and
                                                                       heredity evolution.
This course introduces students to the pre-
cepts of citizenship, the elements of leader-
                                                                                             NJROTC NOTE
ship, and the value of scholarship in attaining
                                                                        Naval Science may be taken as an alternative to Physical
life goals. This course is also designed to en-
                                                                              Education to meet graduation requirements.
gender a sound appreciation for the heritage
                                                                         Extracurricular activities include Armed and Unarmed
and traditions of America, with recognition of
                                                                              Drill Teams, Color Guard, Orienteering, Rifle
the role of sea power’s importance in America's
                                                                         (Marksmanship) Team, Physical Fitness Team and Aca-
future, and developing in each cadet a growing
                                                                        demic Team. All Naval Science courses include orientation
sense of pride in his/her organization, associ-
                                                                       trips to local military installations, social activities (picnics,
ates and self. These elements are pursued at a
                                                                         NJROTC Ball) and school/community service activities.
fundamental level.



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                                                                   Fine arts
                                                   Art Classes
BLACK AND WHITE DESIGN                                       DRAWING
Course Code FAO10B                                           Course Code FAO10D
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                        Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: none                                          Prerequisites: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit                         Length: one semester/one-half credit
Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.                Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.

Black and white, day and night, dark and light, lost and     This beginning course is designed for the student with
found, presences and absence, confusion and illumina-        limited or no previous drawing experience. Various draw-
tion, foreground and background are the yin and yang of      ing methods and techniques are introduced. The student
any art piece. That dance black and white do together        also works with a variety of materials pertaining to draw-
establishes the foundation for an image, holds it together   ing.
and gives it strength.
                                                             METAL DESIGN I
In this course you work from the simplest marks to more
                                                             Course Code FAO10M
sophisticated conceptual art expressions through a series
                                                             Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
of assignments and activities appropriately challenging      Prerequisites: none
for anyone regardless of art background.                     Length: one semester/one-half credit
You are introduced to a variety of materials and tech-       Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.
niques, exposed to examples of historic and contempo-        This course teaches students art history, designing, con-
rary art and given the essential academic art vocabulary     structing jewelry and other small projects using lost wax
for evaluating and understanding the relative success of     casting, silver soldering and fabrication. Students pro-
what you make.                                               duce professional quality work with sterling silver, brass,
This will be so sweet you won’t even believe it!             bronze and copper. Project examples may include ear-
                                                             rings, rings, pendants and sculptures.
COLOR AND DESIGN
Course Code FAO10C                                           METAL DESIGN II
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                        Course Code FAO1M2
Prerequisites: none                                          Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Length: one semester/one-half credit                         Prerequisites: Metal Design I highly recommended with a grade
Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.                of “B” or above
                                                             Length: one semester/one-half credit
This course concentrates on the many applications of
                                                             Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.
color in art. Design work includes basic color theory pro-
jects, learning how to apply color realistically and work-   This course teaches students art history, how to design,
ing with individual design ideas. Color media includes       construct jewelry and small forms. Students learn vari-
tempera paint, acrylics, watercolor, colored pencil, chalk   ous stone settings, fabrication techniques and build on
and oil pastel. Introductory drawing is included.            soldering knowledge as well as casting. Students dis-
                                                             cover career/educational options in and related to met-
                                                             alsmithing. Metalsmiths product fine art to professional
                                                             standards working with various precision metals and
                                                             stones.




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                                                                         Fine arts
             Art Classes                                                           Drama Classes
POTTERY                                                            DRAMA I
Course Code FAO10P                                                 Course Code FAO100
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                              Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: none                                                Prerequisites: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit                               Length: one semester/one-half credit
Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.
                                                                   Students in this course develop a basic knowledge of
The single most important course on campus! Connect                theatre through the creation of an ensemble focusing on
yourself to 30,000 years of human history, the origin of           improvisation, theatre games and performance. Develop-
visual communication and a lively cutting-edge contem-             ment of creative thinking and confident communications
porary art discipline. As a pottery student, you ―finger-          is cultivated through scene work and basic acting skills.
step‖ through art history meeting the challenges of in-            They survey the history and development of dramatic
creasingly sophisticated ceramic techniques. Pinch, coil,          forms and are introduced to the art of stagecraft.
slab, throw, Pitfire, raku, glaze. Learn the language and          Note: Qualifies for English or Fine Arts credit
make nice stuff.
                                                                   DRAMA II
POTTERY X                                                          Course Code FAO101
Course Code FAO10X                                                 Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                              Prerequisites: Successful completion of Drama I
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Pottery and teacher rec-   Length: one semester/one-half credit
ommendation
                                                          Students continue their work developing ensemble and
Length: one semester/one-half credit
Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.             theatre skills by creating production teams, resulting in
                                                          the presentation of One Act Plays. Teams are concerned
Explore! Express! Expand! Excel! This is the one that     with acting, design, direction, theatre tech, costuming
counts! Make good on your potential by extending what     and publicity. The class looks at acting styles and meth-
you learned in Pottery. Assignments are both wheel        ods as well as various genres of dramatic literature. This
thrown and hand built. Topics include mold making, pot- course would be appropriate for seniors developing their
tery production, large forms, eccentric forms, glaze mix- culminating project. Drama II may be repeated for credit.
ing, raku, airbrushing, survey of contemporary artist and Note: Qualifies for English or Fine Arts credit
topical issues.
                                                                   PLAYWRITING
SCULPTURE AND DESIGN                                               Course Code FAO102
Course Code FAO10S                                                 Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                              Prerequisites: none
Prerequisites: none                                                Length: one semester/one-half credit
Length: one semester/one-half credit
Note: There is a $25 lab fee for this course.             Students focus on essential elements of playwriting: use
                                                          of action, plot, dialogue, characterization, setting and
This course teaches students art history, how to design
                                                          structure. Through individual and ensemble work, stu-
relief and 3-D forms using modeling, carving, casting and
                                                          dents create plays and radio dramas presented to the
building techniques. Students work in a variety of medi-
                                                          community. After studying the history of puppetry, stu-
ums such as: clay, paper, plaster, metal, wood etc. Sub-
                                                          dents may also use their own puppets to present their
ject matter ranges from realistic to abstract art.
                                                          work.
                                                          Note: Qualifies for English or Fine Arts credit




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                                                                    Fine arts
                                                            Band
CONCERT BAND                                                  winter sports seasons, the Concert Band combines with
Course Code FAO1B1                                            the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band forming the
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Note: There is a fee for a performance uniform.               marching and pep bands.
Prerequisites: Prior experience in a school band program/
instructor’s recommendation                                   JAZZ BAND
Length: one year/one credit
                                                              Course Code FAO1B2
The Concert Band is an entry-level training band. Partici-    Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                              Note: Jazz Band meets during 0 period
pation in this group provides students with an opportu-       Length: one year/one credit
nity to develop and refine those playing, rehearsal tech-
                                                              The Jazz Band studies all aspects of jazz literature with
nical, and musical skills necessary for advancement with
                                                              an emphasis on the big band style of writing. This group
the program. The Concert Band performs in selected con-
                                                              performs in a variety of concert settings within the
certs throughout the school year. During the fall and
                                                              school and through the community.

                                                            Choir
CAMPUS CHOIR                                                  HARBOR SINGERS
Course Code FAO1C1                                            Course Code FAO1C3
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                         Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: none                                           Prerequisites: Placement by audition
Length: one year/one credit                                   Length: one year/one credit
This is the largest choir at OHHS for men and women.          This is the most advanced mixed choir at OHHS for men
This group performs 6-8 times during the year at school,      and women. Harbor Singers performs 15-18 times dur-
in the community and out-of-town events. There is open        ing the school year at school, community and out-of-
enrollment — no audition is required, and prior singing       town events. Students should have advanced sight-
experience isn’t necessary. We explore the basics of us-      reading, performance and rehearsal skills. The group
ing your voice, what written music means and the fun of       studies and performs music from all styles and eras in-
making music in a group situation. Campus Choir some-         cluding madrigals, 20th century choral works, Broadway
times combines with other choirs for performances. Stu-       tunes, movie music and pieces in the classical choral rep-
dents must make a full-year commitment to the choir.          ertoire. Harbor Singers sometimes combines with other
                                                              choirs for performances. Students must make a full-year
TREBLE CHOIR
Course Code FAO1C2                                            commitment to the choir.
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Placement by audition                        SHOW CHOIR
Length: one year/one credit                                 Course Code: FAO1SC
                                                            Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
This is the advanced intermediate choir for women only. Prerequisites: Placement by audition
Music reading skills are emphasized and enrollment is by Length: one year/one credit
audition in the spring. The choir performs 10-13 times      This is an advanced mixed choir including more exten-
during the school year at school, in the community, and     sive choreography in their performances. The choir
out-of-town events. The families must purchase/rent a       meets during zero period and performs 4-5 times during
performance uniform and are encouraged to participate       the school year, community and out-of-town events. Ex-
in fund-raising to support co-curricular activities. Treble tensive musical backgrounds are not required but can be
Choir sometimes combines with other choirs for per-         helpful in the audition. Dance experience is not required
formances. Students must make a full-year commitment but helpful as this group will tackle several challenging
to the choir.                                               dance pieces. The group studies and performs music
                                                              from all styles and eras including madrigals, 20th cen-
                                                              tury choral works, roadway tunes, movie music and
                                                              pieces in the classical choral repertoire. Show Choir
                                                              sometimes combines with other choirs for performances.
                                                              Students must make a full-year commitment to the choir.
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                                                                        ELECTIVES
                                         ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS (ELL)                                 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Not available for online registration                           Course Code ELO1L0
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 (6th period)                              Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Must be in the ELL program or recommended by a   Prerequisites: Teacher placement; excellent discipline and atten-
counselor                                                       dance
Length: one semester/one-half credit                            Length: one year/one credit

This course is designed to build language proficiency and       In this high energy course, students organize and run
focuses on developing writing, reading, speaking and            extra-curricular activities such as dances and assemblies
listening skills. This course is offered during 6th period.     at Oak Harbor High School. This is a challenging course
Students are grouped in regular classes for support as          requiring maturity and good organizational skills. Stu-
they earn credit toward high school graduation. Students        dents realize their potential as leaders in their school
are monitored daily and may receive assistance during           and community. Leadership development is required for
their regular class periods.                                    ASB and class officers, but not all students enrolled in
                                                                this course are officers. If you are a motivated student
DEBATE                                                          interested in putting on activities to make Oak Harbor
Course Code ELO105                                              High School a fun place for students to be, then Leader-
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                           ship Development is for you. Prior leadership experience
Prerequisites: none                                             is not required.
Length: one semester/one-half credit                            Note: Participation in and attendance at activities outside the
                                                                school day are required.
This class provides training in argumentation, logic and
intensive research with a heavy emphasis on preparation         ORAL COMMUNICATION
for weekend speech competitions throughout the school           Course Code ENO112
year.                                                           Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                                Prerequisites: none
JOURNALISM                                                      Length: one semester/one- half credit
Course Code ENO222
                                                                This course emphasizes the development of communica-
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                                tion skills (i.e., listening, visuals, verbal, nonverbal) using
Prerequisites: application and approval by instructor.
Length: one year/one credit                                     a variety of multimedia in small and large group settings.

Students write different types of newspaper stories and        PSYCHOLOGY
are responsible for the editorial production of the Breeze, Course Code SSO302
the school newspaper.                                          Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
NOTE: “Students who enroll are expected to make a full-year
                                                               Prerequisites: none
commitment to the program. After-school time to complete
                                                               Length: one semester/one-half credit
work is mandatory, as production of the newspaper is both
challenging and rigorous. Eighth-grade students who have       Psychology is the scientific study of human and animal
earned a „B‟ or better in their current English class and have behavior. The class offers a rich experience in general
been recommended by their current English teacher may also psychology concepts at the high school level. We begin
enroll.”                                                       with basic theories, and then move on to methods of re-
                                                               search, geography of the mind, memory, intelligence/
                                                               creativity, personal theories, kinds of disorders, treat-
                                                               ment and therapy, kinds of disorders & treatment and
                                                               healthy personality (subject matter is not limited to this
                                                               list).




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                                                                    Career & technical
                                       BUSINESS & COMMUNICATIONS
                                   Leaders & Organizers who like to sell, promote, and manage
Prepare for your future and choose your electives wisely. Consider your career interests and abilities. Customize your High School
and Beyond Plan by exploring and preparing for college work. Ask your counselor or advisor to help you identify courses fitting
your plan.
Are you interested in careers:
         Allowing you to work with other people?
         Providing you opportunities to keep track of details in a systematic, organized way?
         Requiring you to lead or manage people to work cooperatively?
         Using computer programming as a technician?
         Asking you to influence others to buy a product or service?


                                                   BUSINESS CONCENTRATION
Business courses apply technical writing, reading and mathematics to career fields such as Financial Management, Business and Office
Administration, Web Design and Data Management. Student leadership opportunities are available through FBLA (Future Business Leaders
of America), a student organization bringing students together with business through state and national conferences and competitions.

                                       CULINARY PRODUCTIONS CONCENTRATION
Culinary Production courses apply technical writing, reading, mathematics and science to career fields in Culinary Arts. Culinary Arts stu-
dent leadership opportunities are available through Wildcat Catering qualified for annual state and national competitions.

                                                 MARKETING CONCENTRATION
Marketing courses apply technical writing, reading, mathematics and computers to career fields in Public/Human Relations, Retail and the
Professions. Student leadership opportunities through DECA Club, (an association of marketing students) preparing students for state and
national competitions.


                           BUSINESS CONCENTRATION FOUNDATIONAL COURSES
MICROSOFT WORD
Course Code CTO104
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit
Use basic MS Word features to create a variety of docu-
ments, including reports, letters, tables and mail merge.
Note: Completion of Microsoft Word, earning a grade of “B” or better,
qualifies for 3 college credits at Skagit Valley College.



                            BUSINESS CONCENTRATION PREPARATORY COURSES

                                                                        ACCOUNTING
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
                                                                        Course Code CTO602
Course Code CTO603
                                                                        Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                                        Prerequisites: none
Prerequisite: Key 30 wpm or MS Word is recommended
                                                                        Length: one year/one credit
Length: one semester/one-half credit
Students learn advanced computer skills using Microsoft                 Learn double-entry accounting for service and merchandis-
Excel and Access for spreadsheets and data bases. Students              ing businesses. Understand basic accounting concepts and
create advanced projects and learn the intricacies of MS Of-            bookkeeping applications. Projects include financial state-
fice.                                                                   ments, balance sheet, income statements and payroll re-
                                                                        cords. Prepare manual and computer generated financial
Note: Completion of Computer Applications with a grade                  records. Use journals, general and subsidiary ledgers and
of “B” or better qualifies for 5 college credits at SVC.                computer managed accounting software. Projects include
                                                                        partnership and corporate accounting for a merchandising
                                                                        business.
                                                                        Note: Completion of Computer Applications with a grade
                                                                        of B or better qualifies for 5 college credits at SVC. Quali-
                                                                        fies for one Career and Tech credit or one math credit. In
                                                                        order to receive math credit, the course must align with
                                                                        the student‟s High School and Beyond career plan and
                                                                        students must have parent approval to waive Algebra II.
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                                                           Career & technical
                    CULINARY ARTS CONCENTRATION FOUNDATIONAL COURSE


FOOD FOR TODAY
Course Code CTO112
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit
$10 lab fee

Learn nutrition and wellness for yourself and your family. Apply food safety in preparation of a variety of food
products. Projects include preparing quick breads, yeast breads, pasta, rice, salads, vegetables, dairy products, eggs
and chicken dishes.



                      MARKETING CONCENTRATION FOUNDATIONAL COURSES

STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS                                       FASHION AND MERCHANDISING MARKETING
Course Code CTO122                                              Course Code CTO100
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                           Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: none                                             Prerequisites: DECA membership highly recommended
Length: one semester/one-half credit                            Length: one semester/one-half credit

Go through the steps to start and manage a small busi-          You’ll be introduced to the world of marketing while
ness of your own. The class uses a computer simulation          learning about designers, color coordination, fashion
as a tool and completes a business plan for a business of       trends, the history of fashion, merchandising and display
your choice. Explore and plan all aspects of a new busi-        techniques. Whether you are planning to go on to higher
ness including pricing, promotion, location, operation          education or enter the job market after high school, mar-
and financing. Past students have done plans for baker-         keting gives you the competitive edge. You have the op-
ies, salons, skateboarding shops and clothing stores.           portunity to develop professional skills and attitudes
                                                                while exploring specific career areas in marketing, spe-
Note: Qualifies for English or Career and Tech credit.          cifically in the fashion and merchandising industries.
                                                                Students develop advanced reading, writing and presen-
                                                                tation skills in order to be successful in this class. Take
                                                                part in DECA (An Association of Marketing Students)
                                                                which includes leadership conferences and competition.


                       MARKETING CONCENTRATION PREPARATORY COURSES
MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Course Code CTO610
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Length: one year/one credit

Trips, travel and fun! Experience DECA in the Marketing Management class! Through participation in DECA (An
Association of Marketing Students) we’ll show you how businesses work and how companies influence you through
advertising every day. This class is a must if you are pursuing a Marketing and/or a Communications degree. Mar-
keting Management can aid in providing knowledge and experience you can use in your everyday life. Prepare for
National competition with a project in a specific area of marketing and much, much more.

Note: Completion of Marketing Management with a grade of “B” or better qualifies for 5 college credits at Skagit Valley Col-
lege.




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   OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL                                         Career & technical
                              CAREER & TECHNICAL
                                                      Arts & Humanities
                                           For those who like to be creative and expressive
Prepare for your future and choose your electives wisely. Consider your career interests and abilities. Customize
your C.A.T.S. Portfolio by exploring and preparing for college or work. Ask your counselor or adviser to help you
identify courses fitting your plan.
Are you interested in careers:
    Allowing you to work independently?
    Allowing you to be creative?
    Providing opportunities to express yourself through arts, graphics and media?

                                   ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS CONCENTRATION
Graphic Arts & Media Production courses apply technical, creative writing, art, computers, math and science to ca-
reer fields such as Advertising, Media, Web Design, Filmmaking, Graphics, Printing, Public Relations and Communi-
cations. Join the Wildcat Graphics Club, expand your leadership and skill preparation through annual state compe-
titions.

                                 ARTS & HUMANITIES FOUNDATIONAL COURSES
DESKTOP/DIGITAL PUBLISHING                                                 VIDEO PRODUCTIONS I
Course Code CTO114                                                         Course Code CTO107
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                                      Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: none                                                         Prerequisite: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit                                       Length: one semester/one-half credit
Lab Fee: $15                                                               Lab Fee: $15

Use Photoshop, In Design, Illustrator and other desktop                    Work with video equipment and learn techniques used in
publishing programs. Utilize digital cameras, scanners,                    the television and movie production industries. Learn
Firewire, CDs, and DVDs. Work in the studio producing                      lighting, script writing, digital editing, sound recording
projects related to the multimedia production field. Pro-                  and mixing. Explore media history, copyright and critical
jects include: student magazines, book design, digital                     viewing.
photography and other publications. Learn Apple Pro                        Note: Completion of this course earning a grade of “B” or better quali-
skills towards industry certification.                                     fies for 8 college credits at Shoreline Community College.
Note: Completion of this course with a grade of “B” or better qualifies
for 5 college credits. Course qualifies for Fine Arts or Career and Tech   VIDEO PRODUCTIONS II
credit.                                                                    Course Code CTO604
                                                                           Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                                           Prerequisite: Successful completion of Video Productions. Grade 9
GRAPHIC ARTS/PHOTOGRAPHY
                                                                           students need teacher permission.
Course Code CTO135                                                         Length: one semester/one-half credit
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                                      Lab Fee: $15
Prerequisites: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit
Lab Fee: $15                                                               Take video production to the next level using advanced
                                                                           computer-aided editing and mixing equipment. Learn
Learn photography and graphic arts. Work with digital                      special effects, video animation, technical writing and
photography. Design graphics in desktop publishing                         other production techniques. Projects include long-
using Macintosh computers. Learn Apple Pro skills to-                      format productions, instructional videos, community
wards industry certification.                                              documentaries and special event videos. Learn Apple Pro
Qualifies for Career & Tech or Fine Arts Credit.
                                                                           skills towards industry certification.
.




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                                                           Career & technical

                          ARTS & HUMANITIES PREPARATORY COURSES

BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS                                         DIGITAL DESIGN
Course Code CTO132                                               Course Code CTO108
                                                              Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                              Prerequisites: Key 30 wpm or MS Word recommended
Prerequisite: Good writing and storytelling skills are recom- Length: one year/one credit
mended.
Length: one year/one credit                                   Learn Macromedia’s Dreamweaver MX, Fireworks MX and
Lab fee for supplies $15                                      some HTML. Develop website production, teamwork,
                                                                 effective communication and project management skills.
AS SEEN ON TELEVISION (CHANNEL 21, THAT IS)!!! Be                Projects include personal and client-specified communi-
part of the crew producing Wildcat TV and experience             cations.
what it’s like to work in a broadcast newsroom. Write
                                                                 Note: Completion of this course with a “B” or better qualifies
stories, conduct on-camera interviews and edit video and
                                                                 for 5 credits from Skagit Valley College.
audio elements creating programs for our school and
community. Use your imagination, creativity and talents          PHOTOGRAPHY
as you build strong communication skills using some of           Course Code CTO115
the coolest technology available at OHHS. Learn Apple          Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                               Prerequisite: none
Pro skills towards industry certification.
                                                               Length: one year/one credit
Note: Completion of this course with a “B” or better qualifies
                                                               Lab fee for supplies $25
for 3 credits from Shoreline Community College or 4 credits
from Edmonds Community College.
                                                                 Learn photography techniques. Develop and print black
                                                                 and white photos. Learn special photographic tech-
                                                                 niques and processing. Design projects using the Adobe
                                                                 Creative Suite, darkroom digital photography, digital im-
                                                                 agery management and desktop illustrations. Learn Ap-
                                                                 ple Pro skills towards industry certification.
                                                                 Note: Qualifies for Career & Tech or Fine Arts credit.


                               NATURAL SCIENCES & ENGINEERING
                     METAL WORKING CONCENTRATION PREPARATORY COURSE
 METAL FABRICATION
 Course Code CTO632
 Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
 Prerequisites: none
 Length: one year/one credit
 Lab Fee: $25
 This course is designed for the student who has an interest in working with steel. Students learn basic metal
 working skills by making projects out of steel. Students learn how to put metal together through different
 welding processes including GMAW, WMAW, GTAW and oxy-acetylene welding. Students learn machining proc-
 esses by using drill presses, milling machines, lathes, sanders and grinders. Students use a bar fold, brake and
 shears to work with sheet steel. First semester students learn basic techniques in welding and machining proc-
 esses. Second semester students refine their metal fabrication skills by doing out-of-position welding and ad-
 vanced machining processes. Projects include hacksaw, sheet metal goods, hammers, as well as student de-
 signed projects. This course is repeatable.
 Completion of this course with a “B” or better qualifies for 8 credits at SVC. This course qualifies for the MTAG certificate
 of Achievement..

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   OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL                                    Career & technical
                              NATURAL SCIENCES & ENGINEERING
                        For those who are curious, like to problem solve, design, fix or build things
Prepare for your future by choosing your electives wisely. Consider your career interests and abilities. Customize
your High School and Beyond Plan by exploring and preparing for college or work. Ask your counselor or adviser to
help you identify courses fitting your plan.
Are you interested in careers that:
    Provide you opportunities to build things using tools and objects?
    Test, explore, inspect, and research?
Require you to be accurate and well organized?

                             NATURAL SCIENCES & ENGINEERING CONCENTRATIONS
Natural Science courses apply technical writing, reading, and technology to careers in architecture, automotive,
computer maintenance, construction, electronics, engineering and metals. Student leadership opportunities are
available through all courses.


                         AUTOMOTIVE CONCENTRATION FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
BASIC AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE                                   shield washer fluid, transmission fluid, brake fluid, etc.
Course Code CTO101                                             Repair electrical circuits, check brakes and learn about
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                          basic automotive systems
Prerequisites: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit                           Note: This course qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certificate
                                                               of Achievement.
Learn basic maintenance on your car or truck. Check
and/or change all fluids, including oil, antifreeze, wind-

                        CONSTRUCTION CONCENTRATION FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
WOOD TECHNOLOGY                                                Note: Successful completion of this course with a grade of “B”
Course Code CTO110                                             or higher qualifies for 13 credits from Bellingham Technical
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                          College. This course qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certifi-
Prerequisites: none                                            cate of Achievement. This course can be challenged for direct
Length: one semester/one-half credit                           entry into Cabinetry/Woodworking or Building Construction.
Lab fee required; varies by project and materials              To challenge Wood Technology you will need to make an ap-
                                                               pointment with the instructor to take the semester final and
Learn basic information and skills related to design,          pass it with an 80% or better and demonstrate ability to oper-
wood working machine operations, safety. Also learn            ate a power miter saw, jointer and a table saw to industrial
about other related materials associated with wood tech-       standards.
nology. Three projects are completed during the semes-
ter; two projects are a personal choice.

CONSTRUCTION CONCENTRATION—PREPARATORY CRSE                    TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION FOUNDATIONAL COURSES
CABINETRY & WOODS                                              TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATIONS
Course Code CTO111                                             Course Code CTO127
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 (semester)                               Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Wood Technology         Prerequisites: none
Length: one semester/one-half credit                           Length: one year/one credit
Lab fee required; varies by project and materials
                                                               This is a ―hands-on‖ problem-solving course where students
This course involves advanced individual student pro-          learn how the physical sciences are used within industrial
jects and machine operations. Students gain an under-          technologies. Students build working models showing sci-
standing of cabinet design, functions and requirements.        ence concepts in action. Through an intensive ―hands-on‖
                                                               approach, students get an understanding of how science and
Note: This course qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certificate
of Achievement.
                                                               technology are related. Students work to problem solve pro-
                                                               jects from the design stage to completed working models.
                                                               Students then test models to see how the models perform.
                                                               Projects include bridge building, air dragsters, magnetic levi-
                                                               tation vehicles, boomerangs and robotics.
                                                               Note: Qualifies for Career & Tech or Science credit. This
                                                               course qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certificate of Achieve-
                                                               ment.
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                                                                   Career & technical
                     TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION FOUNDATIONAL COURSES
APPLIED PHYSICS                                                    ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION
Course Code CTO124                                                 Course Code CTO613
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                              Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Length: one semester/one-half credit                               Prerequisites: Successful completion of Applied Physics or
                                                                   Technology Foundations preferred
An Applied Science course designed giving students a work-
                                                                   Length: one semester/one-half credit
ing knowledge of how physics concepts are used in the
workplace to solve technical problems. Students participate        Apply science concepts in a challenge based course. Work
in many lab activities where then get hands-on experience          with a team of students in a hands-on environment design-
working with different systems. Units discussed are Force,         ing modeling, constructing and testing robotic applications.
Work and Rate. Mechanical, fluid, electrical and thermal           Students design and build robots that navigate through diffi-
systems are discussed in each unit.                                cult terrain, ―intelligently‖ analyze and overcome challenges
                                                                   and aid in the work place and industry. Students learn
Note: Qualifies for Career & Tech or Science credit. This
                                                                   about engineering, computer programming, robotics and
class qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certificate of
                                                                   artificial intelligence.
Achievement.
                                                                   Note: qualifies for Career & tech or Science credit. This
                                                                   class qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certificate of
                                                                   Achievement. Successful completion of this course with a
                                                                   grade of “B” or better qualifies for a 5 credit class from
                                                                   Skagit Valley College.

                       ENGINEERING CONCENTRATION PREPARATORY COURSES
 3D MODELING                                                       COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING AND DESIGN II (CAD II)
 Course Code CTO118                                                Course Code CTO614
 Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                             Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
 Prerequisites: Successful completion of CADD I                    Prerequisite: “C” or better in CAD I
 Length: one semester/one-half credit                              Length: one semester/one-half credit
 This course enables students to create realistic engineering      The CADD II second semester course enables students to
 models providing a true visualization of three dimensional        refine their ―Auto CAD‖ skills and communicate in a highly
 designs. ―SolidWorks‖ software provides versatility between       precise manner. This is an advanced course for students
 organic and inorganic designs and requires commitment to          who are considering technical illustrating and or engineer-
 learn advanced multi-task commands. The nature of this            ing as a career path. Students learn advanced features of
 course and its software complexities requires students to         "Auto CAD" and draw technical illustrations from pre-
 be tenacious, self-motivated learners who can problem             existing drawings and original designs.
 solve, read and follow tutorial lessons, seek help from oth-      Note: Successful completion of CAD I and II with a “B” or better
 ers, ask questions, use class time wisely and practice skills     qualifies for 4 credits from Edmonds Community College. This
 beyond class time. Students also learn rapid prototyping          course qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certificate of Achieve-
 skills using the 3D printer and CNC machining.                    ment.

 Note: Successful completion of this class combined with Com-
                                                                   ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
 puter Aided Drafting and Design earns 5 college credits from
 Edmonds Community College. This course qualifies for meeting      Course Code CTO119
 the MTAG Certificate of Achievement.                              Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                                   Prerequisites: “C” or better in CAD I
                                                                   Length: one semester/one-half credit
 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING & DESIGN I (CADD I)
 Course Code CTO120                                            This course is designed for students with an interest in
 Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                         residential design. The course is taught using basic sketch-
 Prerequisite: none                                            ing principles used in design and the use of ―Revit‖ soft-
 Length: one semester/one-half credit                          ware. Students are introduced to the history of Architec-
 This course starts with technical drawing teaching the stan- ture, structural design and acceptable room design attrib-
 dard practices communicating technical ideas in the form      utes. Students also complete a set of working drawings
 of precise graphic descriptions. Students draw technical      and a three-dimensional model for a house of their own
 illustrations for manufactured products/projects using        design using appropriate space attributes. A basic under-
 manual drafting and sketching techniques. This course         standing of ―Auto CAD‖ is required enabling the student to
 continues by providing students the opportunity to under- transition into ―Revit‖.
 stand Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) skills and communi-
 cate in a highly precise manner. This beginning CAD unit      (Editorial: in the half year version, the ―Revit‖ software is intro-
                                                               duced and the students prior AutoCAD knowledge enables them to
 teaches the basic commands of ―Auto CAD‖ software. This
                                                               succeed.)
 is the place to start for anyone interested in engineering or
 industrial design.                                            Note: This course qualifies for the MTAG Certificate of Achieve-
                                                                   ment.
 Note: This course qualifies for meeting the MTAG Certificate of
 Achievement.
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  OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL                                              World language
                      FRENCH                                                             SPANISH
FRENCH I
Course Code WLO1F1                                                  SPANISH I
Grades: 9, 10, 11                                                   Course Code WLO1S1
Prerequisites: Recommendation of C or better in Language Arts/      Grades: 9, 10, 11
English classes. Seniors only admitted on a space available basis   Prerequisites: Recommendation of C or better in Language Arts/
following registration.                                             English classes. Seniors are admitted on a space available basis
Length: one year/one credit                                         following registration.
This is an introductory immersion course in French lan-             Length: one year/one credit
guage and culture. The focus is on comprehension
                                                                    This is an introductory immersion course in the Spanish
through listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
                                                                    language and culture. The focus is on speaking and
Note: English will not be spoken in this class.
                                                                    comprehending the Spanish language as well as basic
                                                                    reading and writing skills. We also focus on present
                    JAPANESE                                        tense verbs.
                                                                    Note: English will not be spoken in this class.
JAPANESE I
Course Code WLO1J1                                                  SPANISH II
Grades: 9, 10, 11                                                   Course Code WLO2S2
Prerequisites: Recommendation of C or better in Language Arts/      Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
English classes. Seniors are admitted on a space available basis    Prerequisites: Recommendation of C– or better in Spanish I and
following registration.                                             English classes. Incoming freshmen must have earned a C or
Length: one year/one credit                                         better in their 8th grade Spanish I class.
                                                                    Length: one year/one credit
This course will offer the fundamentals of the Japanese
language, including reading and writing. Students will              This course further develops the Spanish reading, writ-
be introduced to the cultural differences between East              ing and speaking skills. Focus on past tense verbs.
and West.                                                           Note: English will not be spoken in this class.




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                         CROSS CREDIT GUIDE
                            Courses count as a .50 credit in only one of the credit areas.
         Example: Money Management would count for either a Math credit or a Career & Tech Credit, not both.


                                        COURSE NAME                                                 CREDIT AREA

                                             Drama I                                              English or Fine Arts
                                            Drama II                                              English or Fine Arts
                                           Playwriting                                            English or Fine Arts
                                     Oral Communications                                       English or Career & Tech
                                 Broadcast Communications                                      English or Career & Tech
                                How to Start a Small Business                                  English or Career & Tech
                             Sports & Entertainment Marketing                                  English or Career & Tech
                                          Graphic Arts                                       Fine Arts or Career & Tech

                                  Desktop Digital Publishing                                 Fine Arts or Career & Tech

                                          Photography                                        Fine Arts or Career & Tech
                                            NJROTC I                                       PE or Career & Tech or elective
                                            NJROTC II                                      PE or Career & Tech or elective
                                           NJROTC III                                      PE or Career & Tech or elective
                                           NJROTC IV                                       PE or Career & Tech or elective
                                           Accounting                                           Math or Career & Tech
                                        Personal Finance                                        Math or Career & Tech
                                        Applied Physics                                     Lab Science or Career & Tech
                                Health Careers & Internships                                   Science or Career & Tech
                                            Robotics                                           Science or Career & Tech
                                Sports Medicine & Internships                                  Science or Career & Tech
                                   Technology Foundations                                      Science or Career & Tech




                    Oak Harbor School Board Policy on High School Classes taken in the Middle School
                                           HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT FOR COURSES TAKEN IN GRADES 7 OR 8
Any student completing approved high school courses while in grade 7 or 8 are eligible for high school credit ap-
plied toward fulfilling high school graduation requirements if the student received an A, B, or C grade. Any elective
or required high school course is eligible for this provision, PROVIDED the course meets guidelines listed in Board
Policy 5630:
High school courses taken during grades 7 and 8 which are granted high school credit may be posted with the
earned letter grade on the high school transcript if the student received an A, B or C grade. Such courses and grades
will be calculated in the student’s high school grade point average. Such courses will not be posted on the high
school transcript if the student received a D or F.

If you would like to have your son’s/daughter’s high school credit—earned at the middle school—to be posted onto
the high school transcript, please visit our website or the counseling center for the appropriate form.
A student who repeats a course for the purpose of improving their grade may request to have the new grade applied towards the cumulative grade point calcu-
lation. The original class still appears with no credit awarded (WAC180-57-055{4B}). See your counselor for more information.


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   Oak Harbor High School
                                                                                        TECH PREP
      Tech Prep Direct Credit and Industry Certifications for Oak Harbor High School
Direct College Credit for specific courses at local Community Colleges is available. Students stay on the high school campus and receive transcript
college credit for college-level classes upon completion of approved high school courses. There is no charge for students who have earned the Tech
Prep credit, saving the college tuition of $75.25 per credit hour. A 3 credit course is a savings of $225.75.
In order to receive the college credit, the student must:
1. Be assessed by the high school teacher to have achieved specified competencies at a ―B‖ or higher level;
2. Complete the required registration forms.
Should you have any questions, please contact your Career Tech teacher or counselor.
* Student fee differs for College-in-the-High School courses- see instructor or counselor.

               Oak Harbor High School Courses                   Community College Courses/Credits                              Industry


                                                                BTC= Bellingham Technical College                              Certifications
                                                                EdCC = Edmonds Community College
                                                                EvCC = Everett Community College
                                                                SCC = Shoreline Community College
                                                                SVC = Skagit Valley College
                 ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS
Desktop/Digital Publishing                                      SVC MIT 213 Digital Photography (5 cr)                         Apple Pro Cert.
Digital Design                                                  SVC MIT 149 Introduction to Web Page Design (5 cr)
Video Productions I                                             SCC Television Studio Production Film Video 257 (5 cr)
                                                                Individual Film Projects Film Video 297 (3cr)
                       BUSINESS & MARKETING
Accounting                                                      SVC OFTEC 145 (5 cr)
MS Word                                                         SVC OFTEC 122 MS Word (3 cr)                                   Microsoft Office
ComputerApplications                                            SVC OFTEC 134 Software Applications (5 cr)                     Cert (MOC)
Culinary Arts                                                   SVC CAHM 143 Customer Service (2 cr)                           Nat’l Rest. Assoc
                                                                                                                               Food Handlers
Culinary Arts Work Experience                                   SVC CAHM 199 Workbased Learning Internship (4cr)               Food Handlers
Marketing Management                                            SVC BMT 213 Retailing (5 cr)
Retail Management                                               SVC BMT 140 Management Skills (5 cr)
                                                                SVC BMT 180 Leadership Development (5 cr)
Sports & Entertainment Marketing                                SVC BMT 141 Customer Service/Selling (5 cr)
Work Preparation                                                SVC PSYC 104 Psychology Career Development (2 cr)
                       NATURAL SCIENCES
Advanced Automotive Technology                                  SVC AT100 Automotive Fundamentals (3 cr)                       MTAG
                                                                SVC AT 101 Automotive Electrical (9 cr)                        ASE
Building Construction                                           BTC 116 Building Layout (3 cr)                                 CAP
                                                                BTC 121 Blueprint Reading (4 cr)                               MTAG
                                                                BTC 122 Framing Methods: Floor Framing (4 cr)
                                                                BTC 123 Framing Methods: Wall Framing (4 cr)
                                                                BTC 124 Framing Methods: Truss Roof Framing (4 cr)
Wood Technology                                                 BTC 111 Career Opportunities & Industrial Safety (1 cr)        MTAG
                                                                BTC 112 Construction Materials & Applications (2 cr)
                                                                BTC 113Hand Tool Use and Operations (4 cr)
                                                                BTC 114 Portable Power Tools Use & Operations (4 cr)
                                                                BTC 115 Stationary Power Tools & Operations (4 cr)
3-D Modeling                                                    EdCC 101 College-in-the- HS* Engineering (5 cr)                MTAG
CAD 1 & CAD II                                                  EdCC 155 Engineering (4 cr)                                    MTAG
Metals Fabrication                                              SVC Welding Tech WT131, WT132, WT133, WT231 (8cr)              MTAG

Human Body & Medical Career                                     SVC AHE 106 Anatomy and Physiology (6 cr                       CNA CPR/First Aid,
  Internships                                                   SVC AHE 102 Medical Terminology (5 cr)                         Bloodborne Patho-
                                                                                                                                  gens, Food Han-
                                                                SVC PE 200 First Aid, Safety, CPR (2 cr)
                                                                                                                                  dlers, HIV:HIPAA

Robotics and Automation                                         SVC MET-Robotics 295 (5 cr)                                    MTAG

Sports Medicine & Internships                                   SVC HFT100 Flexibility and Exercise Techniques (2c cr)         CPR/First Aid
                                                                SVC HFT136 Anatomy & Physiology for Health & Fit (6 cr)
                                                                SVC PE 200 First Aid, Safety, CPR (2 cr)




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                                                                            MTAG*
MANUFACTURING/Engineering TECHNOLOGY
                         ACHIEVEMENT CERTIFICATE
OHHS Career & Technical Education manufacturing classes can lead to:
    A GUARANTEED job interview at leading manufacturing businesses
A Washington State recognized Industry Certificate - the MTAG

The OHHS Career & Technical Education (CTE) Department offers the MTAG Achievement Certificate guaranteeing you a
job interview with many different manufacturing industries in the region. Our MTAG is aligned directly to the Washington
State Manufacturing Technology Advisory Group’s (MTAG) Skill Competencies identified by local manufacturing busi-
nesses. There are many local manufacturing industries from Island, Skagit and Snohomish counties looking for a skilled
manufacturing workforce. The jobs are well paid! Hourly salaries range from $12.00 to $24.00 at the entry level and can
develop into much higher salaries with the right skills, preparation and experience.

HERE IS HOW IT WORKS:
   Successfully complete the courses identified within your chosen CTE concentration by earning a grade of B or better.
   Upon the successful completion of your concentration courses you are awarded an OHHS MTAG! The specific MTAG
        skill competencies you completed in your CTE concentration are indicated on the back of your certificate.
   Once you have your MTAG, you can go to the Skagit Island PrepWork Consortium website (www.prepwork.org) identi-
        fying current businesses who have committed to granting you an interview for a potential job.
   Take a copy of your MTAG to your job interview documenting the MTAG competencies you have completed.

To earn the MTAG Achievement Certificate and prepare for a career, you want to register for courses within one of the
following concentrations. Concentrations consist of courses taken within a specific interest area that earn collectively
earn a minimum of 2.0 credits.


  Automotive Tech Concentration:                             Design Engineering Concentration:
  Basic Auto Tech (.5 credit)                                Computer Aided Drafting I (.5 credit)
  Advanced Auto Tech (2 credits)                             Computer Aided Drafting II (.5 credit)
                                                             3D Modeling (.5 credit)
                                                             Architectural Design (.5 credit)
  Construction Concentration:                                Metal Working Concentration:
  Wood Tech (.5 credit)                                      Technology Foundations (1 credit)
  Cabinetry & Woodworking (.5 credit)                        Applied Physics (.5 credit)
  Building Construction (1 credit)                           Metal Fabrication (1 credit)
                                                             Robotics and Automations (.5 credit)

Core MTAG Competencies:
A – Group Dynamic & Communication                  F – Shop Skills
B – Measurement                                    G – Business Economics
C – Safety and Health                              H – Resource Management & Manufacturing Computing
D – Quality Assurance                              I – Product & Process Control
E – Print Interpretation                           J – Labor in Industry

For information about CTE courses, the MTAG or other industry certifications, and Tech Prep Credit you can earn while at
OHHS check out our website at www.ohsd.net/ohhs. Once you are on the OHHS website, click on Academics and then on Ca-
reer-Tech.

                 *The Manufacturing Technology Advisory Group is a partnership comprised of Washington
  business, education, government, labor and community addressing the emerging technological needs of education and the
                                           manufacturing/engineering industry.
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 OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL                                 Special education
BASIC MATH                                                   IEP SCIENCE
Not available for online scheduling.                         Not available for online scheduling.
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                        Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team           Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team
Length: one year/one credit                                  Length: one semester/one-half credit

This course is ability-based and addresses the need for      This full year class focuses on the lower skilled reader
the development of basic math skills. This course is de-     and emphasizes reading and writing skills with a gen-
signed to align with the general education Mathematics       eral overview of Earth Science, Physical Science, Biology,
curriculum. Students learn the properties of numbers         Botany, Geology and Physics. The class is designed to
representing values less than one, including fractions       assist students to develop a scientific understanding
and decimals. Students explore prime numbers and             enabling them to access General Education Curriculum
prime factorization preparatory to learning to add, sub-     in the sciences.
tract, multiply and divide fractions and decimals. Stu-
dents will explore the relationship between fractions        LIFE SKILLS DAILY/INDEPENDENT LIVING
and decimal values, including converting values from         Not available for online scheduling.
one to another. Students also explore the concepts and       Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
practical usages of ration and proportions. The study of     Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team
mathematics includes lectures, demonstrations, practi-       Length: one year/one credit
cal experiments, seatwork, and homework. Instruction is
accomplished in group and one-on-one instructional           This class is designed to teach students with develop-
settings.                                                    mental disabilities the important skills needed to func-
                                                             tion successfully in school, home, and community. They
CONSUMER MATH                                                learn the life skills needed to live independently. Stu-
Not available for online scheduling.                         dents focus on understanding themselves and others.
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                        They learn how to set goals, handle peer pressure,
Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team           change and stress. Students learn how to stay healthy
Length: one year/one credit                                  and how to get help with their health. Job skills, money
                                                             management, as well as domestic skills are also be ad-
This course is ability-based and addresses the need for      dressed in this class.
development of basic math skills. Students work the
following skills: rounding, estimating, budgeting, as well   LIFE SKILLS ENGLISH/READING
as understanding checking and savings accounts, fees,        Not available for online scheduling.
types of contracts when buying items, the cost of rent-      Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
ing an apartment, paying for utilities, buying and main-     Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team
taining a car, providing insurance and paying taxes. This    Length: one year/one credit
course is designed to align with the general education
Mathematics curriculum. Opportunities to strengthen          This course is ability based and addresses the need for
mathematic skills are provided as students use the use       reading and writing in all areas of life. This course is
of numbers and math in daily living. The study of            designed to develop basic reading skills for functioning
mathematics includes lectures, demonstrations, practi-       in the real world. The students practice with reading
cal experiments, seatwork and homework. Instruction is       and interpreting items we often encounter in our daily
accomplished in group and one-on-one instructional           lives. The class covers a wide range of reading skills
settings.                                                    with a focus on increasing vocabulary and teaching ab-
                                                             breviations and symbols. Some of the unit covered are:
IEP HEALTH                                                   Menus and Recipes, Labels, Instructions, Maps, Driving-
Not available for online scheduling.                         Related items, Schedules, Phone Books, Newspaper,
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                        Catalogs, Mail and Postal forms, Bills, Statements and
Prerequisites: Placement by special Education Team           Invoices and Websites and emails.
Length: one semester/one-half credit

This course provides a broad overview of health related
issues including basic safety in the home, environment
and in social settings. The class focuses on key health
issues and incorporates communication skills and prob-
lem solving techniques through class discussions. This
class is required for graduation.




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                                                            Special education
LIFE SKILLS MATH                                              READ/WRITE 1, 2
Not available for online scheduling.                          Not available for online scheduling.
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                         Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team            Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team
Length: one semester/one-half credit                          Length: one semester/one-half credit
                                                              These classes focus on reading and writing skills with an
This course is ability based and addresses the need for
                                                              emphasis on academic excellence and preparing students
using Math in all areas of life. This course is designed to
                                                              for the working world. Skills such as reading comprehen-
develop basic math skills for functioning in the real
                                                              sion, writing development, proper grammar, vocabulary
world. The students practice with reading, interpreting
                                                              expansion, spelling conventions, reading fluency and oral
and solving items we often encounter in our daily lives
                                                              discussion are developed. Placement for each level class
and using the appropriate mathematical operations solv-
                                                              is determined by ability.
ing the problem. Life Skills Math incorporates instruc-
tion on using calculators, allowing students to concen-
                                                              READ/WRITE 3,4
trate on solutions rather than the computational skills.
                                                              Not available for online scheduling.
The students spend their time actually doing relevant
                                                              Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
and practical math problems rather than just reading          Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team
about them. Some of the units covered are: Counting           Length: one year/one credit
Calories, Home Improvement, Using Math in Sports, Ad-
justing Recipes, Earning/Spending Money, Traveling,           This course is ability-based and addresses the need for
Watching the Clock, Using Percent Working with Interest       reading and writing in all areas of life. This course is de-
and Insurance and Using Energy.                               signed to align with the general education English cur-
                                                              riculum. The emphasis of this course is on writing. Op-
LIFE SKILLS SCIENCE                                           portunities to strengthen writing and reading skills are
Not available for online scheduling.                          provided as students study fiction and non-fiction read-
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                                         ing materials preparatory to embarking on writing as-
Prerequisites: Placement by special Education Team            signments. The study of writing centers on expository
Length: one semester/one-half credit                          writing, including planning, prewriting, editing, preparing
A class based on basic science skills. These skills are       a final draft and publishing paragraphs and essays. In
used helping students live a more independent life. Stu-      addition, vocabulary, grammar and spelling fundamen-
dent’s explore the world around them through experi-          tals are addressed and practiced.
ments and group work. This class teaches basic science
                                                              SELF-ADVOCACY/DETERMINATION
ideas and their meaning in the world today.
                                                              Not available for online scheduling
                                                              Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
MATH MATTERS                                                  Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team
Not available for online scheduling.                          Length: one year/one credit
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team            The primary focus of this course is for students to iden-
Length: one year/one credit                                   tify, learn and practice the basic skills required for effec-
This course focuses on pre-algebra skills such as frac-       tive communication. A new skill is introduced on a
tions, decimals, ratios, percents, probability, algebraic     weekly basis that is the primary focus of the week’s ac-
and geometric thinking. Students should be able to tran-      tivities. These skills include getting along with others
sition to Algebra I after successful completion of this       taking turns, enhancing self-esteem and so on: as deter-
class.                                                        mined by teacher and student needs.
PRODUCTION LAB/SELF-PACED LEARNING
Not available for online scheduling.
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Placement by Special Education Team
Length: one year/one credit

This course is designed to give students support aca-
demically in all areas, allowing students time and assis-
tance for modifications to general education curriculum,
and teaching and develop organizational skills. In addi-
tion, opportunity is available for independent course
work to be done in the following subject areas:
    • World History
    • Health
       Variety of Sciences



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OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL                                                                                OHHS CLUBS
Annual Club                                                                              A student-led service organization providing members with opportunities to serve,
Advisor: Mrs. Ottenbreit                                                                 build character and develop leadership skills.
Meets during both lunches every other week. The Annual Club supports the publica-
                                                                                         Link Crew
tion of the yearbook.
                                                                                         Advisor: Ms Aldridge and Ms Butler
Architectural & Engineering Design club                                                  Students helping students succeed. Upperclassmen welcoming new students provid-
Advisor: Mr. DeLeuze                                                                     ing a smooth transition to the high school.
This club emulates a business model and manages team events and product design.
                                                                                         Media Arts Club
ASB                                                                                      Advisor: Mr. Douthitt
Advisor: Ms Lipstein                                                                     Media Arts Club for students interested in careers in broadcasting and/or photogra-
Elected student leadership positions.                                                    phy. Supports Wildcat TV.

Automotive Club                                                                          Metal Fabrication Club
Advisor: Ms McDonald                                                                     Advisor: Mr. Mumper
The club work on their cars and gain hands-on experience.                                Practice welding and fabrication skills through hands-on practice.

Cheerleading                                                                             Multi-Cultural Club
Advisor: Ms Gohn                                                                         Advisor: Mrs. Mallari
Promotes and upholds school spirit, unity and pride .                                    Promotes diversity, cultural awareness among students, foster connections with the
                                                                                         community.
Choir Club
Advisor: Mr. McCoy                                                                       National Honor Society
Supports and plans many activities of the OHHS Choral Program.                           Advisor: Ms Wethall
                                                                                         Scholarship, service, leadership and character. Minimum GPA of 3.5 in sophomore or
Debate Club                                                                              junior year can apply to join.
Advisor: Mr. Kindelberger
Offers four events challenging students with college-level material.                     NJROTC
                                                                                         Advisor: Commander Black & AMHC Thiel
DECA                                                                                     Promotes leadership, citizenship, responsibility, respect for others. Must be enrolled
Advisor: Mr. Peterson                                                                    in Naval Science 1-4.
Meets in room 5A
Opportunities include traveling for competition, visiting businesses in Seattle and      Reading Club
attending Leadership camps.                                                              Advisor: Ms Smith
                                                                                         For students who like to read and talk about books.
Ecology Club
Advisor: Mrs. McKole                                                                     Refuge Club
Educating the student body on the issues facing our environment and how they can         Advisor: Mr. McLeod
have a positive affect on their surroundings.                                            Christian students of all denominations meet after school.

FBLA                                                                                     Robotics Club
Advisor: Mrs. Underwood                                                                  Advisor: Mr. Edoga
FBLA is a national student organization bringing business leaders and students to-       Learn to build robots and have fun doing it!
gether.
                                                                                         SADD
French Club                                                                              Advisor: Mrs. Allen
Advisor: Mrs. Christensen                                                                SADD Club is students helping students make positive decisions about challenges in
Get together to plan for and carry out fundraisers to raise money for student trips to   their everyday lives.
France. We travel every two years.
                                                                                         Senior Class
Freshman Class                                                                           Advisor: Mr. Crouch & Ms Otruba
Advisor: Ms Butler                                                                       Leadership for the whole student body. Help plan prom and graduation .
Start fundraising for graduation building the treasury.
                                                                                         Sophomore Class
Gay-Straight Alliance                                                                    Advisor: Ms Arrendale
Advisor: Cynthia Story                                                                   Promote school spirit and community involvement through fund raising .
Social club and support network.
                                                                                         Spanish Club
Health Careers Club                                                                      Advisor: Mrs. Riley
Advisor: Ms Jepsen                                                                       Visit en espanol with amigos!
Health Careers club.
                                                                                         Trailblazers Club
History Club                                                                             Advisor: Ms Templin
Advisor: Mr. Chargualaf                                                                  Students interested in exploring nature.
Learn the past, know the present for a better future.
                                                                                         Travel Club
Japanese Club                                                                            Advisor: Ms Lipstein
Advisor: Mr. Mackay                                                                      For students to like to explore new places.
Study the old and new Japanese culture.
                                                                                         Teens Against Tobacco Use
Journalism Club                                                                          Advisor: Ms Thomas
Advisor: Mr. Strohschein                                                                 Teens fight back against tobacco use.
Supporting the publication of the student newspaper, The Breeze.
                                                                                         Ultimate Frisbee
Junior Class                                                                             Advisor: Mr. Crouch
Advisor: Ms Allen, Ms Ward                                                               Learn how to throw and catch a Frisbee. Students learn teamwork.
Help prepare for your Senior year through fundraising.
                                                                                         Wild Cat Catering
Key Club                                                                                 Advisor: Ms Reuble
Advisors: Mrs. Smith and Ms. Felger                                                      For students interested in Culinary Arts as a career.
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                      COURSE INDEX
   COURSE DESCRIPTION               CODE   PAGE        COURSE DESCRIPTION          CODE   PAGE
3D MODELING                       CTO118    26    JAPANESE I                     WLO1J1    27
ACCOUNTING                        CTO602    21    JAZZ BAND                      FAO1B2    19
ALGEBRA I, 9th GRADE              MAO100    15    JOURNALISM                     ENO222    20
ALGEBRA II                        MAO201    15    LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT         ELO1L0    20
APPLIED PHYSICS                   CTO124    26    LIFE SKILLS ENGLISH/READING    SPOENL    31
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN              CTO119    26    LIFE SKILLS DAILY/IND LIVING   SPO103    31
BASIC AUTO MAINTENANCE            CTO101    25    LIFE SKILLS MATH               SPOMAL    32
BASIC MATH                        SPO107    31    LIFE SKILLS SCIENCE            SPOSCL    32
BIOLOGY, 9TH GRADE                SCO102    16    MARKETING MANAGEMENT           CTO610    22
BLACK & WHITE DESIGN              FAO10B    17    MATH LAB, 9th GRADE            MAO1R1    15
BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS          CTO132    24    MATH MATTERS                   SPO102    32
CABINETRY & WOODS                 CTO111    25    METAL DESIGN I                 FAO10M    17
CAMPUS CHOIR                      FAO1C1    19    METAL DESIGN II                FAO1M2    17
COLOR & DESIGN                    FAO10C    17    METAL FABRICATION              CTO632    24
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS             CTO603    21    MICROSOFT WORD                 CTO104    21
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING I         CTO120    26    NAVAL SCIENCE 1                NSO101    16
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING II        CTO614    26    ORAL COMMUNICATIONS            ENO112    20
CONCERT BAND                      FAO1B1    19
CONSUMER MATH                     SPO106    31    PHOTOGRAPHY                    CTO115    24
DEBATE                            ELO105    20    PLAYWRITING                    FAO102    18
DESKTOP DIGITAL PUBLISHING        CTO114    23    POTTERY                        FAO10P    18
DIGITAL DESIGN                    CTO108    24    POTTERY X                      FAO10X    18
DRAMA I                           FAO100    18    PRODUCTION LAB/SELF-PACED      SPO101    32
DRAMA II                          FAO101    18    PSYCHOLOGY                     SSO302    20
DRAWING                           FAO10D    17    READ/WRITE 1, 2                SPO200    32
ENGLISH, 9th GRADE                ENO101    15    READ/WRITE 3, 4                SPO201    32
ENGLISH, 9th GRADE HONORS         ENL10H    15    ROBOTICS                       CTO613    26
ENGLISH LANG LEARNERS             ENO12R    20    SCIENTIFIC SYSTEMS & INQUIRIES SCO101    16
FASHION & MERCHANDISE MARKETING   CTO100    22    SCULPTURE & DESIGN             FAO10S    18
FIT 4 LIFE                        HFO101    16    SELF ADVOCACY/DETERMINATION SPO108       32
FOOD FOR TODAY                    CTO112    22    SHOW CHOIR                     FAO1SC    19
FRENCH I                          WLO1F1    27    SPANISH I                      WLO1S1    27
GEOMETRY, 9th GRADE               MAO103    15    SPANISH II                     WLO2S2    27
GRAPHIC ARTS/PHOTOGRAPHY          CTO135    23    STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS      CTO122    22
HARBOR SINGERS                    FAO1C3    19    TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATIONS CTO127            25
HEALTH                            HFO102    16    TREBLE CHOIR                   FAO1C2    19
IEP HEALTH                        SPOH01    31    VIDEO PRODUCTIONS I            CTO107    23
IEP SCIENCE                       SPOSCI    31    VIDEO PRODUCTION II            CTO604    23
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                                                  WOOD TECH                      CTO110    25
OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL




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