Classes

TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS I  & II

1 credit
Prerequisite:  None
Elective/Occupational
Grades:  9, 10, 11, 12

A class that will benefit you in high school, college, and the workplace!  Go beyond the basics and get a head start on mastering the most popular business software suite—Microsoft Office.  Learn Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access,  Outlook, and Publisher and have the opportunity to earn MOS Certification….plus more (typing speed  & accuracy, basic formatting skills, file management, internet research, presentations, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, and other emerging technologies.)

By the end of the year, students will be prepared and will have the opportunity to take the industry recognized Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exams for Word core, Excel core, and PowerPoint.

This course qualifies for  7 “Tech Prep” college credits if you maintain a “B” grade or better.

WEB DESIGN

1 credit
Prerequisite:  None
Elective/Occupational
Grades:  9, 10, 11, 12

Have fun designing web pages while learning layout & design techniques and much more!  A course that prepares individuals to apply HTML, XML, JavaScript, graphic applications, and other authoring tools to the design, editing, and publishing, (launching) of documents, images, graphics, sound, and multimedia products on the World Wide Web. Includes instruction in internet theory; web page standards and policies; elements of web page design; user interfaces; vector tools; special effects; interactive and multimedia components; search engines; navigation; morphing; ecommerce tools; and emerging web technologies.

This course qualifies for 5 “Tech Prep” college credits if you maintain a “B” grade or better.

ACCOUNTING I

1 credit
Prerequisite:  None
Elective/Occupational
Grades:  10, 11, 12

This course qualifies for 5 “Tech Prep” college credits if you maintain a “B” grade or better.

ACCOUNTING II

1 credit
Prerequisite:  Accounting
Elective/Occupational
Grades:  10, 11, 12

A must-have course if you want to own your own business or get a business degree in college.  Students will learn what business transactions are and how accountants keep track of these transactions. 

The curriculum provides students a strong foundation in accounting principles. Students will learn what business transactions are and how accountants use a double-entry system (debits and credits) to keep track of these transactions. Next students will study the complete accounting cycle of recording transactions, preparing financial statements, and “closing the books” for small, single-owner service and merchandising businesses. This course prepares students for post-secondary accounting courses.

This course qualifies for 5“Tech Prep” college credits if you maintain a “B” grade or better.