• Library Media Center



    During this one semester course, students will focus on both the concepts and skills needed to conduct library research with an emphasis on electronic information sources such as databases and eBooks. The purpose of the course is to prepare students for higher education by providing students with a basic understanding of the library research process and the skills by which they can successfully find information for research, presentations, and other class assignments. 

    PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of 9th & 10th Grade English

    Semester course: 2 Credits



    During this one semester course, students will work in a collaborative learning environment where they will come together to share materials and learn new skills. Students will celebrate the process of design and making, which includes overcoming challenges, so that they start to believe they can solve any problem. Students will gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials such as craft and recycled materials, electronic kits, building sets (such as Legos and K’nex), robotics, and the Cricut cutting machine. Through this hands-on learning students will be better prepared to work in a collaborative working environment. Students will also have knowledge of working with some machines and basic coding.

    Semester course: 2 Credits