Freshmen, Class of 2015 Elective Course requests for 2011-12. Freshmen are automatically scheduled into the required core courses of English, Math, Science, Social Studies and Health. Pick up to 6 electives during computer pre-registration on Skyward, but make sure the total classes are 15. This includes pre-scheduled core classes. Choose wisely because there is no adding/dropping of electives by Freshman at ZHS. No more and no less than 15 total. Next list up to 3 alternatives on the ALTERNATE tab If you pre-register on time we try to honor your elective requests, but there are no guarantees made towards freshman electives placement. Recommended: Pick at least 1 CTE (Career-Technical Education) Elective. ck Course # Course Name Note AGR 100 Introduction to Agriculture Sciences & FFA Entry class for Agriculture Education & FFA AGR 110 Animal Science-A Recommend co-enroll and completion of AGR 100 AGR 111 Animal Science-B Recommend co-enroll and completion of AGR 100 AGR 120 Plant Science Must co-enroll in AGR 100 AGR 130 Natural Resources Must co-enroll in AGR 100 AGR 160 Ag Mechanics Recommend co-enroll and completion of AGR 100 AGR 210 Floral Design Recommend co-enroll and completion of AGR 100 BUS 105 Digital Communication Tools Entry Class for Business Education & FBLA BUS 110 Micro-Computer Applications Must co-enroll in BUS 105 Recommended: Pick at least 1 Fine Arts Elective ck Course # Course Name Note ART 100 Beginning Art Entry class for Art program ART 110 Off the Page Art Recommend Art 100 first ART 150 Art Appreciation Pre-college elective-Art History & Appreciation DRM 100 Drama 1: Introduction to Drama Entry class to Drama series DRM 110 Drama 2 Must co-enroll in DRM 100 DRM 170 Intro to American Film Pre-college elective art & history of film MUS 101 Band-Fall Semester Concert Band MUS 102 Band-Winter Semester Concert Band MUS 103 Band-Spring Semester Concert Band MUS 109 Jazz Band Instructor permission/Audition REQUIRED MUS 120 Choir-Fall Semester Open to all interested in singing MUS 121 Choir-Winter Semester Open to all interested in singing MUS 122 Choir-Spring Semester Open to all interested in singing MUS 150 Guitar-Beginning Must have daily access to own acoustic Guitar MUS 170 Introduction to Music Appreciation Pre-college elective, Possible CWU college credit Recommended: Pick at least 1 Fitness elective, but do NOT pick two activities the same semester! ck Course # Course Name Note HPE 111 Co-Ed PE-Fall Semester Fall games and fitness conditioning HPE 112 Co-Ed PE-Winter Semester Winter games and fitness conditioning HPE 113 Co-Ed PE-Spring Semester Spring games and fitness conditioning HPE 120 Sports Medicine, Health, First Aid Health Elective HPE 131 Weight Training-Fall Semester Consult coaches for suggested scheduling HPE 132 Weight Training-Winter Semester Consult coaches for suggested scheduling HPE 133 Weight Training-Spring Semester Consult coaches for suggested scheduling HPE 141 Body Conditioning-Fall Semester Aerobic fitness conditioning HPE 142 Body Conditioning-Winter Semester Aerobic fitness conditioning HPE 143 Body Conditioning-Spring Semester Aerobic fitness conditioning Other Elective Choices, (pre-college prep electives) ck Course # Course Name Note SCI 160 Outdoor Science Experience Required for summer program participation SCI 190 Intro to Engineering A Introductory class to engineering and computer design (CTE credit possible) SCI 191 Intro to Engineering B Must co-enroll and complete SCI 190 (CTE credit possible) SOC 115 History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Social Studies Pre-college Elective SOC 180 World History Social Studies Pre-college Elective SOC 190 World Geography Social Studies Pre-college Elective SOC 195 History of the Old American West Social Studies Pre-college Elective SPE 100 Public Speaking College Prep & PEARLS Prep Elective SPA 100 Spanish 1-A* College prep elective SPA 101 Spanish 1-B* Second semester of Spanish 1 co-enroll with SPA 100 *NOTE: Incoming Freshman students may request to take Spanish 1 A & B (2 semesters) if at ZMS they have demonstrated strong English skills including grammar, spelling, and syntax AND are recommended by their current ZMS English teacher. Placement is on a space available basis.