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           Four (4) credits in English, with a major concentration in composition, reading for information,
C-11       and literature.

           Four (4) credits in mathematics, one of which must be Algebra I, a series equivalent to
           Algebra I, or a high-level mathematics course. School districts are encouraged to set specific
D-11       goals to increase enrollments in, and successful completion of, geometry and Algebra II.
E-11       Three (3) credits in science, two of which must have a laboratory component.

         Three (3) credits in social studies as follows: one (1) credit in American history; one (1) credit
F-11     in world history; one-half credit in economics; and one-half credit in American Government.
G-11     One (1) credit in fine arts.
         One (1) credit in physical education to include integration of health.
         Four (4) credits in a major area of interest, such as sequential courses in a career and
         technical program, fine and performing arts, or academic content area, selected by the
         student as part of the education plan. Students may revise major areas of interest each year
         as part of annual course registration processes and should update their education plan to
H-8,9    reflect such revisions.
         Introductory Childcare Training, Florida Department of Children and Families
         1) Child Development Associate Equivalency (CDAE), Florida Departmnet of Education
         2) Staff Credential, Florida Department of Children and Families
         1) Director Credential, Florida Department of Children and Families
         2) School Age Professional Cert, Florida Department of Education
                   Career Cluster: Hospitality and Tourism                                                          Secondary CTE Program: Lodging Operations
  Career Cluster Pathway: Lodging                                                                                              Eligible Recipient: Florida Department of Education SAMPLE
                                                                       16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS                                                           8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS
                                                                                                                                                         CAREER AND
                                                                                                            SOCIAL               OTHER REQUIRED           TECHNICAL
                                                                                                                                    COURSES              EDUCATION             RECOMMENDED
                                        ENGLISH                 MATH               SCIENCE                 STUDIES                                         COURSES            ELECTIVES (Aligned
                                                                                                                                                         Major Area of        with State University
                                                                                                                                  FINE ARTS (1 cdt)
                                                                                                                                                           Interest:          System Admissions)
                                                                                 3 credits, 2 with                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION       MKTG Lodging
                                          4 credits             4 credits              lab                   3 credits                 (1 cdt)            Operations

                  Career Cluster of interest identified by students enrolled in mandatory middle school career education course that includes interest inventory through Choices
                                                                        and ePersonal Education Planner through FACTS.org.
                                                                                                                                                         Introduction to
                          9                English I            Algebra I       Earth, Space Science      American History                               Hospitality and


                         10                English II           Geometry               Biology              World History                              Lodging Principles

                                                                                                                                                      Hospitality & Tourism
                                                                                                        American Government/
                         11               English III           Algebra II           Chemistry                                                        Internship/ Marketing

                         12               English IV            Statistics            Physics                Geography                                Lodging Applications

                     Dual enrollment courses may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements - see the
                                 Articulation Coordinating Committee's Dual Enrollment Equivalency List and the Bright Futures Comprehensive Course Table.
                    Secondary career and technical education programs may lead to industry recognized certificates, occupational opportunities or postsecondary education

                   options. Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available.
                         TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S)                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S)                                      UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S)
                                    Lodging Operations                                           Hopitality and Tourism Management                          Hospitality Administration/

                                                                                   SAMPLE CAREER SPECIALTIES

                                                 (TOL signifies occupation identified on the Agency for Workforce Innovation's Targeted Occupation Listing)
                                   Front Desk Employee                                               Front Desk Supervisor                                  Sales Manager (TOL)
                                    Valet/Bell Attendant                                 First Line Supervisor of Housekeeping (TOL)                        Lodging Management
                                         Concierge                                                      Sales Professional                                  Director of Operations
*Possible Industry Certifications (Students):