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Unclassified elective courses.

Leadership (ASB Council)

Leadership (ASB Council)

Course # U915
Status: N/A
Credits: 5 per semester (Pass/Fail)
Campus: Carondelet
Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th Grades
Prerequisites: 10th, 11th, 12th, ASB by election.

This course provides the student leaders with the necessary project management skills and knowledge needed to organize events and students on the Carondelet campus to create a positive school climate. In addition, the students will be asked to explore the social, economic and ethical situations within our community and the ways in which they may help influence these in a positive manner. 9th grade students will be appointed to ASB council positions through an interview process. 10th, 11th, 12th grade students will be appointed or elected to positions in ASB, Class Council, Green Team, or Spiritual Life Council.

Class Council

Class Council

Course # U915
Status: N/A
Credits: 2.5 per semester (Pass/Fail)
Campus: Carondelet
Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th Grades
Prerequisites: By election

Note: 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th grade councils meets during 0 period twice per week.

This course provides the student leaders with the necessary project management skills and knowledge needed to organize events and students on the Carondelet campus to create a positive school climate. In addition, the students will be asked to explore the social, economic and ethical situations within our community and the ways in which they may help influence these in a positive manner. 9th grade students will be appointed to council positions. 10th, 11th, 12th grade students will be appointed or elected to positions.

HFCE First Steps

HFCE First Steps

Course # U105
Status: N/A
Credits: 10 (Pass/ Fail)
Campus: Carondelet
Level: 9th Grade
Prerequisites: for students who are identified on entry as needing extra time to develop their academic level... This class would be taken in place of Conceptual Physics or Modern Language based on HSPT scores and transcript review.  The course that is replaced will be taken in Sophomore year

This class is designed to help students prepare for and take on the challenges of high school.  The course is designed to help students build a toolbox of of strategies and habits of the mind to improve their learning effectiveness, attitudes, and motivation. The following are part of the curriculum: Time management, concentration, note taking skills, textbook study methods, test taking strategies, and critical thinking skills.  The course will further focus on identified gaps of learning specific to reading comprehension and math.

Service Leadership

Service Leadership

Course #U204
Status: N/A
Credits: 10
Campus: DLS 
Prerequisites: None
Level: 10th-12th grade

The Service Leadership course uses the Jefferson Awards Students in Action curriculum to help students develop as leaders, set goals for improving their communities, engage others in service, and have a positive, measurable impact on the world. Student can expect to learn the skills of fundraising, marketing, media relations, proposal writing, project management, and impact documentation by coordinating several high-visibility, schoolwide and community-wide service projects and events.