Electives

The elective credit classes provide an opportunity for students to take a high school class for grade improvement or to "get­ ahead" in designated high school course. Online classes and traditional classroom courses are offered through ACE Education Services.

In class location are held at different locations, please call for specific information:

Our instructors give you the personalized training you need to pass your driving test and become a competent driver for the rest of your life.  These lessons are given by qualified driving instructors specially trained to tailor the learning process to your individual needs and ensure that you learn quickly, efficiently and completely.

Important: You must first Enroll before you can purchase a course.  You are only allowed to take one course at a time, so do not purchase more than one course.  After adding your course to the shopping cart, go to My Account to checkout and pay the course fee.  Payments are made via PayPal using a credit card or bank funds.  Once payment has been made, you will receive an e-mail within 24 hours, or next business day, with your course registration and sign in credentials.  Please do not call the office unless you have not received your e-mail notification after that time.


Art History Winter Session

Winter Session December 20th - January 10th Must register no later than December 18th

Course ID 701V75411

Prerequisite: None

Description:  The course is designed for students of all grade levels, abilities and interests. Students will develop an appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society from prehistoric to modern times. Critical methodologies, such as style, iconography, psychology, and politics will be studied within the framework of the historical chronology.

$250.00


Art History Spring Session

Spring Session March 17th - April 4th Must register no later than March 13th

Course ID 701V75412

Prerequisite: None

Description:  The course is designed for students of all grade levels, abilities and interests. Students will develop an appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society from prehistoric to modern times. Critical methodologies, such as style, iconography, psychology, and politics will be studied within the framework of the historical chronology.

$250.00


Geography Winter Session

Winter Session December 20th - January 10th Must register no later than December 18th

Course ID 703V32011

WORLD HISTORY, CULTURES, AND GEOGRAPHY: THE MODERN WORLD

Through an in-depth study of current issues and the major turning points in the shaping of the modern world students will examine and analyze the relationships between historical and modern-day events. The course will focus on the relevance of history to the students' daily lives through a multi-dimensional study of cultural, geographic, ethical, social, political, and economic perspectives. Emphasis will be given to the expansion of the Western world; the evolution of democratic principles and their worldwide effect; and the growing interdependence of all peoples and cultures throughout the world, strengthened by the decline of European influences. Students will be presented with differing perspectives on issues and events to prepare them as informed, thinking citizens in the contemporary world. Specific attention will be given to the influences of the increasingly pluralistic society of today. The study of this period (1789 - present) will be enriched with representative literature of the period and about the period and will include the use of primary source documents.

This course meets the UC/CSU entrance requirement for History and Social Science.

Prerequisite: None

Description: In this course students examine major turning points in the shaping of the modern world, from the late eighteenth century to the present. This year begins with an introduction to current world interdependence of people and cultures throughout the world.  

$250.00


Geography Spring Session

Spring Session March 17th - April 4th Must register no later than March 13th

Course ID 703V32012

This course meets the UC/CSU entrance requirement for History and Social Science.

WORLD HISTORY, CULTURES, AND GEOGRAPHY: THE MODERN WORLD

Through an in-depth study of current issues and the major turning points in the shaping of the modern world students will examine and analyze the relationships between historical and modern-day events. The course will focus on the relevance of history to the students' daily lives through a multi-dimensional study of cultural, geographic, ethical, social, political, and economic perspectives. Emphasis will be given to the expansion of the Western world; the evolution of democratic principles and their worldwide effect; and the growing interdependence of all peoples and cultures throughout the world, strengthened by the decline of European influences. Students will be presented with differing perspectives on issues and events to prepare them as informed, thinking citizens in the contemporary world. Specific attention will be given to the influences of the increasingly pluralistic society of today. The study of this period (1789 - present) will be enriched with representative literature of the period and about the period and will include the use of primary source documents.

Prerequisite: None

Description: In this course students examine major turning points in the shaping of the modern world, from the late eighteenth century to the present. This year begins with an introduction to current world interdependence of people and cultures throughout the world.

$250.00


Health Winter Session

Winter Session December 20th - January 10th Must register no later than December 18th

Course ID 704V63510

HEALTH EDUCATION

Health Skills is a required course for Class of 2014 and earlier. Must satisfy the Health requirement by successfully completing Family Life (see also Consumer and Family Science, Section 3).

Prerequisite: None

Description:  This course is designed to provide a transition to high school that promotes success and self-confidence. In the process of studying health issues, students develop study skills and personal skills. Students are expected not only to learn information, but also to use it in demonstrating communication, decision-making, and refusal skills.

A variety of instructional and assessment strategies include discussion, interaction, and student-centered activities. Health classes are intended to be secure places where students may express opinions, share ignorance, discuss new learning, and practice skills. The intended purpose of this class is to develop in students the knowledge and skills needed to practice responsible behavior.

$250.00


Health Spring Session

Spring Session March 17th - April 4th Must register no later than March 13th

Course ID 704V63512

HEALTH EDUCATION

Health Skills is a required course for Class of 2014 and earlier. Must satisfy the Health requirement by successfully completing Family Life (see also Consumer and Family Science, Section 3).

Prerequisite: None

Description:  This course is designed to provide a transition to high school that promotes success and self-confidence. In the process of studying health issues, students develop study skills and personal skills. Students are expected not only to learn information, but also to use it in demonstrating communication, decision-making, and refusal skills.

A variety of instructional and assessment strategies include discussion, interaction, and student-centered activities. Health classes are intended to be secure places where students may express opinions, share ignorance, discuss new learning, and practice skills. The intended purpose of this class is to develop in students the knowledge and skills needed to practice responsible behavior.

$250.00


Physical Education 9 - 12 Winter Session

Winter Session December 20th - January 10th Must register no later than December 18th

Course ID 705V61111

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 have several options in the selection of a physical education program. Students who participate in interscholastic athletics may enroll in those specific programs with instructor’s approval.

Adapted P.E. is for specific Special Education students. Modified Physical Education: Students whose doctors indicate that they should not participate in a regular P.E. class will be scheduled into a Modified P.E. class. These students must bring a note from their doctor to the school nurse or health clerk. Students will be informed as to the procedures to follow in order to be scheduled into an Adapted or Modified P.E. class.

* All physical education courses are semester classes.

* The elective physical education program each semester is open to 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. Students may count a maximum of 40 units of credit earned in physical education courses during their four years in high school to meet the unit requirement for graduation.

* Students may take only one physical education class each semester.

* According to C.I.F. rules, athletes can count only one physical education class per semester toward the four passing grades that are needed to be eligible to participate.

Prerequisite: None

Description:  Coed P.E. provides students with the skills of individual and team sports. This class is for those students who wish a variety of activities. Emphasis is placed upon improving skill level and intra-class competition.

P.E. is designed for students to participate in a course that will enhance physical fitness, social cooperation, and knowledge of human movement through a variety of activities. This will provide them with skills and knowledge needed for an ongoing healthy lifestyle beyond the school experience.

$250.00


Physical Education 9 - 12 Spring Session

Spring Session March 17th - April 4th Must register no later than March 13th

Course ID 705V61112

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 have several options in the selection of a physical education program. Students who participate in interscholastic athletics may enroll in those specific programs with instructor’s approval.

Adapted P.E. is for specific Special Education students. Modified Physical Education: Students whose doctors indicate that they should not participate in a regular P.E. class will be scheduled into a Modified P.E. class. These students must bring a note from their doctor to the school nurse or health clerk. Students will be informed as to the procedures to follow in order to be scheduled into an Adapted or Modified P.E. class.

* All physical education courses are semester classes.

* The elective physical education program each semester is open to 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. Students may count a maximum of 40 units of credit earned in physical education courses during their four years in high school to meet the unit requirement for graduation.

* Students may take only one physical education class each semester.

* According to C.I.F. rules, athletes can count only one physical education class per semester toward the four passing grades that are needed to be eligible to participate.

Prerequisite: None

Description:  Coed P.E. provides students with the skills of individual and team sports. This class is for those students who wish a variety of activities. Emphasis is placed upon improving skill level and intra-class competition.

P.E. is designed for students to participate in a course that will enhance physical fitness, social cooperation, and knowledge of human movement through a variety of activities. This will provide them with skills and knowledge needed for an ongoing healthy lifestyle beyond the school experience.

$250.00


Drivers Education Winter Session

Winter Session December 20th - January 10th Must register no later than December 18th

Course ID 706

Prerequisite: None

Description: Driver instruction is provided to educate and train high school students in traffic laws, driving tasks, alcohol and narcotic abuse, accident prevention, first aid, traffic, citizen responsibilities, and laws regarding the operation of vehicles.

Our instructors give you the personalized training you need to pass your writting test and become a competent driver for the rest of your life.  These lessons are given by qualified driving instructors specially trained to tailor the learning process to your individual needs and ensure that you learn quickly, efficiently and completely.

$124.99


Drivers Education Spring Session

Spring Session March 17th - April 4th Must register no later than March 13th

Course ID 7062

No High School Credits: The cost is $100.00 for the course

Prerequisite: None

Description: Driver instruction is provided to educate and train high school students in traffic laws, driving tasks, alcohol and narcotic abuse, accident prevention, first aid, traffic, citizen responsibilities, and laws regarding the operation of vehicles.

Our instructors give you the personalized training you need to pass your writting test and become a competent driver for the rest of your life.  These lessons are given by qualified driving instructors specially trained to tailor the learning process to your individual needs and ensure that you learn quickly, efficiently and completely.

$124.99