Business Pathway

This pathway is designed for those who are innovative, financially motivated, and looking for a lot of career options.

Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Management & Finance

Marketing


 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION

Introduction to Business - B565
Introduction to Business is designed for the student that wants to explore the possibilities of a career in business or ultimately own and operate their own business. By learning business vocabulary, exploring different types of businesses, global competition and more, this course serves as a foundation for and connection to other Business Department courses such as Marketing, Accounting, and Personal Finance. Topics such as entrepreneurship, pricing and the global marketplace, sales & marketing, forms of ownership, management & human resources decisions will be covered. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Personal Finance - B590
More than any previous generation, today’s teenagers will be required to take more personal responsibility for actively managing their finances throughout their lives. Learning about sound money management skills and the financial planning process will help high school students develop positive behaviors necessary to attaining financial maturity and achieving a secure future. Students will study life survival skills in the areas of personal finance including topics such as: setting financial goals, budgeting and banking, credit and loans, investing, insurance, scams, and more. This course provides students with opportunities to interact with various financial education tools and curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Speech - L540
This one semester course is designed to develop skills in critical thinking, organization, research, presentation, drama, language, and public speaking. Thirteen different categories of speech will be explored in both spheres of public address and dramatic interpretation. Speech is especially helpful to students interested in post secondary education and the job market, including but not limited to; communications, law, medicine, business, international relations, and politics. 

Introduction to Marketing - K211
This course is designed for the student who has an interest in the business field. Class topics include marketing concepts, global marketplace, sales, communication and management skills. Students will demonstrate an understanding of interpersonal communication strategies through class projects and group sessions. Students will have the opportunity to participate in the Minnesota Stock Market Game throughout the semester. Business speakers are a part of this course on many business topics.

Sales and Marketing - K213
This course is designed for the student who has an interest in the business field. Class topics include: career opportunities, advertising, public relations, market research and price strategies. Students demonstrate knowledge of career opportunities through a research paper and group presentation during this semester. Students have the opportunity to participate in the Minnesota Stock Market Game throughout the semester. Business speakers are a part of this course on many business topics.

Introduction to Video Production (1 semester) - A585
Students will learn the elements, techniques and processes of video production. They will achieve this by meeting the following learning targets: writing scripts and creating storyboards, producing and editing a variety of productions such as public service announcements, television commercials, documentaries, music videos, political ads and animation. The students will be involved with each project from concept to completion. Equipment used will include digital video and still cameras and MacIntosh computers. Students will use editing, graphic and music software. Students have the option to bring their own hardware device with software. Classroom software used includes iMovie with possible advancement to Adobe Premiere, GarageBand, Photos, Keynote, Google Docs and Stillwater Cloud Apps for video production, editing, research and writing. Supplies needed include folder, notebook, pens, pencils, 4 gig flash drive. It is helpful but not mandatory for each student to have their own headphones/earbuds and digital still camera. Intro to Video offers the following Creation and Performance Standard: The student will understand and use artistic processes to create original or perform existing works of art in at least one of the three arts areas required to be offered by a school from the following: dance, media arts, music, theater, and visual arts. As an elective, the student may understand and use artistic processes to create original or perform existing works of art in another art form or creative writing.

916 Intro to Hospitality Careers - 916HOS
Create the perfect guest experience by gaining valuable skills for careers such as hotel front desk, housekeeping, customer service, retail, catering and transportation. Expore a variety of entry-level careers in hospitality through engaging activities and guest speakers. Network with local employers in this fast-paced high-demand career pathway (grades 10 and up.) Scholarships and field experiences.

Accounting I - B500
Accounting I is designed to introduce learners to the basic principles of accounting by applying accounting procedures and concepts to a service business organized as a sole proprietorship. Using a sequential approach, students will understand the building blocks of accounting systems and how the steps interrelate to create meaningful information about a company's financial health. Students will learn to create and interpret the reports used by owners, managers, and potential investors to analyze a business' strengths and weaknesses. Students will learn how to interpret the financial statements that are the international language of business. In addition, students will explore the many career fields open to accounting majors who master these important concepts. This introductory course is an excellent basis for any further study in business. Business speakers are a part of the course. 

Accounting II - B502
Prerequisite: Accounting I
Accounting II is designed to continue the exploration of accounting by looking more closely at decision-making from a managerial accounting point-of-view.  The course begins with a brief review of financial accounting concepts, and then proceeds into financial decision-making which includes budgeting, cost and profit analysis, financial statements, depreciation, fixed and variable costs and more.  Accounting I is a prerequesite to this course. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Advanced Video Production (1 semester) - A586
Prerequisite: Intro to Video Production
In the Advanced Video course students will enhance their skills in the elements, techniques and processes of video production, building off their knowledge gained in Intro to Video. They will achieve this by meeting the following learning targets: writing scripts and creating storyboards, producing and editing a variety of productions. The digital videos will be both short and long format and will include public service announcements, instructional, promotional and training videos, music videos, etc. This course will build technical and creative skills along with presenting real world situations such as client contact, financial management and project planning and execution. The students will be involved with each project from concept to completion. Equipment used will include digital video and still cameras and MacIntosh and PC computers. Students will use editing, graphic and music software and will have the option to bring their own hardware device. Classroom software used includes Adobe Rush, Adobe Premiere, PhotoShop and the entire Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, GarageBand, Photos, Keynote, Google Docs and Stillwater Cloud Apps for video production, editing, research and writing. It is encouraged but not mandatory to bring personal digital cameras and laptops, headphones/earbuds, flash drive or external hard drive, video capable sd card. Editing software will be provided to students who bring their personal laptops which meet hardware requirements. This course may be used to meet the art graduation credit requirement and will provide an opportunity for students to find success. Course prerequisite: Must have completed Intro to Video Production or have teacher approval. 

Management and Marketing - K311
This course is offered to students who have a career objective in any of the many businesses and professions using promotions, sales and marketing techniques. Class topics include: marketing concepts, sports and entertainment marketing, job searching skills, market research and the state-wide Stock Market Game. Group projects along with classroom discussions will be a part of the curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course.

AP Statistics A & B - M960, M962
Prerequisite: Algebra 2 (recommended B- or better) Algebra 3 (recommended C- or better)
This course introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes: (1) Exploring Data: Observing patterns and departures from patterns. (2) Planning a study: Deciding what and how to measure. (3) Anticipating Patterns: Producing models using probability theory and simulation. (4) Statistical Inference: Using sample data to draw conclusions about a population. Students who successfully complete this course and AP exam may receive credit for a one-semester introductory college statistics course. An introductory statistics course is typically required for majors such as social sciences, health sciences, business and math. It is strongly recommended that students take the AP exam in May.  Where do I go from here? AP Calculus AB or BC or Precalculus, if you have not taken it yet. 

Entrepreneurship and Marketing - K313
This course is offered to students who have a career objective in any of the many businesses and professions using promotions, sales and marketing techniques. Class topics include: marketing, money and financial institutions, sports and entertainment marketing part II, marketing plans, Stock Market Game and a research paper. Group projects along with classroom discussions will be a part of the curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Economics - S315
This one semester course will consist of main units of study that will focus on introductory economic concepts, microeconomics, macroeconomics and the global economy. Students will explore the exciting world of investing, the stock market, and the economic impact on both the U.S. and International Markets.

Advanced Placement (AP) Microeconomics with Government A & B - S917, S918
Prerequisite: Recommended: B in AP US History or A in US History
AP Microeconomics and Government is a sequential course that builds on skills learned throughout the two semesters and meets the graduation requirement.  This course is for students who wish to complete studies equivalent to a college introduction to microeconomics. In particular, students study consumers and producers in an economy: households, firms, governments, and community organizations.  The primary focus is on the function of consumers and producers within the economic system. The course also offers analysis of the markets in which consumers and producers interact. Throughout the course, US government concepts are explored regarding public policy and taxation.  In the spring, especially following the AP exam in early May, student attention focuses on the foundations of US government, civic engagement, liberty and justice. The AP Microeconomics exam is offered by The College Board. There are no summer assignments and all necessary textbooks are provided.  Students who did not earn a B or higher in their previous Social Studies class should seek a teacher recommendation before registering for this course.

Cutaway Productions A & B - A600, A605
Prerequisite: Recommended : Intro to Video Production or teacher approval
Course prerequisite: The student must have completed Intro to Video Production and/or Advanced Video Production (or have prior teacher approval) and possess a basic knowledge and understanding of the elements, techniques and processes of video production and Adobe Premiere software. Cutaway Productions is an advance video course/student-run production company. Students will be working on a variety of projects for clients and contests. Students will continue to enhance their skills in the elements, techniques and processes of video production, building off their knowledge gained in Intro and Advanced Video courses. They will achieve this by meeting the following learning targets: writing scripts and creating storyboards, producing and editing a variety of productions. The digital videos will be both short and long format and will include public service announcements, instructional, promotional and training videos, music videos, etc. course will build technical and creative skills along with presenting real world situations such as client contact, financial management, project planning and execution with possible on location work experience. The students will be involved with each project from concept to completion. Equipment used will include digital video and still cameras and MacIntosh and PC computers. Students will use editing, graphic and music software and will have the option to bring their own hardware device. Classroom software used includes Adobe Premiere, PhotoShop and the entire Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, GarageBand, Photos, Keynote, Google Docs and Stillwater Cloud Aps for video production, editing, research and writing. It is encouraged but not mandatory to bring personal digital cameras, laptops, flash drive, hard drive,headphones/earbuds and video capable sd card. Editing software will be provided to students who bring their personal laptops which meet hardware requirements. This course may be used to meet the art graduation credit requirement and will provide an opportunity for students to find success.

916 Youth Apprenticeship - 916YA
Earn high school credit while getting paid to build your work experiences and resume for future college and career success. Develop and showcase your talents and skills on the job in one of a wide variety of local business and industry settings. The workplace is your classroom where you will expand your potential working both independently and alongside industry professionals.

916 Entrepreneurship and Social Media Marketing - 916ENT
Be the boss, develop an entrepreneurial spirit, and build your own business. Utilize dynamic technology such as robust social media and digital platforms to create vibrant strategic marketing. Design, prototype, and launch advertising, sales, and public relations campaigns for a wide range of products.

916 Mentor Connection (Honors) - 916HMC
Connect your passion to relevant career fields, sharpen your focus, and develop a deeper understanding of what it takes to succeed. Collaborate with a personal mentor and network with professionals in your field. Create a portfolio and develop an early professional reputation showcasing your interests.


MANAGEMENT & FINANCE 

Introduction to Business - B565
Introduction to Business is designed for the student that wants to explore the possibilities of a career in business or ultimately own and operate their own business. By learning business vocabulary, exploring different types of businesses, global competition and more, this course serves as a foundation for and connection to other Business Department courses such as Marketing, Accounting, and Personal Finance. Topics such as entrepreneurship, pricing and the global marketplace, sales & marketing, forms of ownership, management & human resources decisions will be covered. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Personal Finance - B590
More than any previous generation, today’s teenagers will be required to take more personal responsibility for actively managing their finances throughout their lives. Learning about sound money management skills and the financial planning process will help high school students develop positive behaviors necessary to attaining financial maturity and achieving a secure future. Students will study life survival skills in the areas of personal finance including topics such as: setting financial goals, budgeting and banking, credit and loans, investing, insurance, scams, and more. This course provides students with opportunities to interact with various financial education tools and curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course. 

Introduction to Marketing - K211
This course is designed for the student who has an interest in the business field. Class topics include marketing concepts, global marketplace, sales, communication and management skills. Students will demonstrate an understanding of interpersonal communication strategies through class projects and group sessions. Students will have the opportunity to participate in the Minnesota Stock Market Game throughout the semester. Business speakers are a part of this course on many business topics. 

Sales and Marketing - K213
This course is designed for the student who has an interest in the business field. Class topics include: career opportunities, advertising, public relations, market research and price strategies. Students demonstrate knowledge of career opportunities through a research paper and group presentation during this semester. Students have the opportunity to participate in the Minnesota Stock Market Game throughout the semester. Business speakers are a part of this course on many business topics.

Accounting I - B500
Accounting I is designed to introduce learners to the basic principles of accounting by applying accounting procedures and concepts to a service business organized as a sole proprietorship. Using a sequential approach, students will understand the building blocks of accounting systems and how the steps interrelate to create meaningful information about a company's financial health. Students will learn to create and interpret the reports used by owners, managers, and potential investors to analyze a business' strengths and weaknesses. Students will learn how to interpret the financial statements that are the international language of business. In addition, students will explore the many career fields open to accounting majors who master these important concepts. This introductory course is an excellent basis for any further study in business. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Accounting II - B502
Prerequisite: Accounting I
Accounting II is designed to continue the exploration of accounting by looking more closely at decision-making from a managerial accounting point-of-view.  The course begins with a brief review of financial accounting concepts, and then proceeds into financial decision-making which includes budgeting, cost and profit analysis, financial statements, depreciation, fixed and variable costs and more.  Accounting I is a prerequesite to this course. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Management and Marketing - K311
This course is offered to students who have a career objective in any of the many businesses and professions using promotions, sales and marketing techniques. Class topics include: marketing concepts, sports and entertainment marketing, job searching skills, market research and the state-wide Stock Market Game. Group projects along with classroom discussions will be a part of the curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course.

AP Statistics A & B - M960, M962
Prerequisite: Algebra 2 (recommended B- or better) Algebra 3 (recommended C- or better)
This course introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes: (1) Exploring Data: Observing patterns and departures from patterns. (2) Planning a study: Deciding what and how to measure. (3) Anticipating Patterns: Producing models using probability theory and simulation. (4) Statistical Inference: Using sample data to draw conclusions about a population. Students who successfully complete this course and AP exam may receive credit for a one-semester introductory college statistics course. An introductory statistics course is typically required for majors such as social sciences, health sciences, business and math. It is strongly recommended that students take the AP exam in May.  Where do I go from here? AP Calculus AB or BC or Precalculus, if you have not taken it yet. 

Entrepreneurship and Marketing - K312
This course is offered to students who have a career objective in any of the many businesses and professions using promotions, sales and marketing techniques. Class topics include: marketing, money and financial institutions, sports and entertainment marketing part II, marketing plans, Stock Market Game and a research paper. Group projects along with classroom discussions will be a part of the curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Economics - S315
This one semester course will consist of main units of study that will focus on introductory economic concepts, microeconomics, macroeconomics and the global economy. Students will explore the exciting world of investing, the stock market, and the economic impact on both the U.S. and International Markets.

Advanced Placement (AP) Microeconomics with Government A & B - S917, S918
Prerequisite: Recommended B in AP US History or A in US History
AP Microeconomics and Government is a sequential course that builds on skills learned throughout the two semesters and meets the graduation requirement.  This course is for students who wish to complete studies equivalent to a college introduction to microeconomics. In particular, students study consumers and producers in an economy: households, firms, governments, and community organizations.  The primary focus is on the function of consumers and producers within the economic system. The course also offers analysis of the markets in which consumers and producers interact. Throughout the course, US government concepts are explored regarding public policy and taxation.  In the spring, especially following the AP exam in early May, student attention focuses on the foundations of US government, civic engagement, liberty and justice. The AP Microeconomics exam is offered by The College Board. There are no summer assignments and all necessary textbooks are provided.  Students who did not earn a B or higher in their previous Social Studies class should seek a teacher recommendation before registering for this course.

916 Youth Apprenticeship - 916YA
Earn high school credit while getting paid to build your work experiences and resume for future college and career success. Develop and showcase your talents and skills on the job in one of a wide variety of local business and industry settings. The workplace is your classroom where you will expand your potential working both independently and alongside industry professionals.

916 Entrepreneurship and Social Media Marketing - 916ENT
Be the boss, develop an entrepreneurial spirit, and build your own business. Utilize dynamic technology such as robust social media and digital platforms to create vibrant strategic marketing. Design, prototype, and launch advertising, sales, and public relations campaigns for a wide range of products.

916 Travel and Tourism - 916TT
Plan exciting travel and entertainment itineraries for clients including transportation, lodging and entertainment. Identify and pitch entertainment and recreation opportunities in local, state, national and international markets. Manage various operations within the travel and tourism industry while developing strong business management and communication skills


MARKETING

Introduction to Business - B565
Introduction to Business is designed for the student that wants to explore the possibilities of a career in business or ultimately own and operate their own business. By learning business vocabulary, exploring different types of businesses, global competition and more, this course serves as a foundation for and connection to other Business Department courses such as Marketing, Accounting, and Personal Finance. Topics such as entrepreneurship, pricing and the global marketplace, sales & marketing, forms of ownership, management & human resources decisions will be covered. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Introduction to Marketing - K211
This course is designed for the student who has an interest in the business field. Class topics include marketing concepts, global marketplace, sales, communication and management skills. Students will demonstrate an understanding of interpersonal communication strategies through class projects and group sessions. Students will have the opportunity to participate in the Minnesota Stock Market Game throughout the semester. Business speakers are a part of this course on many business topics.

Speech - L540
This one semester course is designed to develop skills in critical thinking, organization, research, presentation, drama, language, and public speaking. Thirteen different categories of speech will be explored in both spheres of public address and dramatic interpretation. Speech is especially helpful to students interested in post secondary education and the job market, including but not limited to; communications, law, medicine, business, international relations, and politics.

Sales and Marketing - K213
This course is designed for the student who has an interest in the business field. Class topics include: career opportunities, advertising, public relations, market research and price strategies. Students demonstrate knowledge of career opportunities through a research paper and group presentation during this semester. Students have the opportunity to participate in the Minnesota Stock Market Game throughout the semester. Business speakers are a part of this course on many business topics.

Graphic Design I - A530
In this one semester course students will study and apply the Elements and Principles of Design. Students will work through design problems within illustration, layout, typography, patterns, mockups, logos, slogans, color theory, design history and more. An emphasis is placed on problem solving and working with many different sources and tools to create original designs. Skill building and large projects will be both made by hand, and digitally constructed too. 

Photography I - A570
This course focuses on the basic techniques of black and white film photography and digital photography including operating a camera, developing negatives, making prints in a dark room, editing in Photoshop. Emphasis is on design elements, composition, creative skills as well as problem solving and troubleshooting technical processes and skills that are particular to photography. This is a good course for organized, independent learners who manage time and deadlines well.

Introduction to Video Production (1 semester) - A585
Students will learn the elements, techniques and processes of video production. They will achieve this by meeting the following learning targets: writing scripts and creating storyboards, producing and editing a variety of productions such as public service announcements, television commercials, documentaries, music videos, political ads and animation. The students will be involved with each project from concept to completion. Equipment used will include digital video and still cameras and MacIntosh computers. Students will use editing, graphic and music software. Students have the option to bring their own hardware device with software. Classroom software used includes iMovie with possible advancement to Adobe Premiere, GarageBand, Photos, Keynote, Google Docs and Stillwater Cloud Apps for video production, editing, research and writing. Supplies needed include folder, notebook, pens, pencils, 4 gig flash drive. It is helpful but not mandatory for each student to have their own headphones/earbuds and digital still camera. Intro to Video offers the following Creation and Performance Standard: The student will understand and use artistic processes to create original or perform existing works of art in at least one of the three arts areas required to be offered by a school from the following: dance, media arts, music, theater, and visual arts. As an elective, the student may understand and use artistic processes to create original or perform existing works of art in another art form or creative writing.

Graphic Design II - A532
Prerequisite: Graphic Design I
This one semester course builds and expands on topics covered in Graphic Design I. Students will continue to develop as a designer, illustrator, and typographer. They will make their original compositions more personal, and begin to develop their personal style. Students will problem solve and grow their designing skills, through independent research of design development techniques. Students continue to explore the design process, and design industry. Some client-directed and independent design projects. Graphic Design II students will be expected to work independently, and manage their time for larger and more complex projects and assignments. Prerequisite: completion and above average achievement in Graphic Design I.

Management and Marketing - K311
This course is offered to students who have a career objective in any of the many businesses and professions using promotions, sales and marketing techniques. Class topics include: marketing concepts, sports and entertainment marketing, job searching skills, market research and the state-wide Stock Market Game. Group projects along with classroom discussions will be a part of the curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course. 

Photography II - A572
Prerequisite: Photography I
This course builds on techniques learned in Photography I. Advanced Photography allows for greater personal choice and in-depth study into photographic themes and techniques. Most of the focus will be on digital photography. Students are strongly advised to have their own 35mm single reflex lens and digital cameras, however a few cameras are available for one overnight check out per assignment.

Advanced Video Production (1 semester) - A586
Prerequisite: Intro to Video Production
In the Advanced Video course students will enhance their skills in the elements, techniques and processes of video production, building off their knowledge gained in Intro to Video. They will achieve this by meeting the following learning targets: writing scripts and creating storyboards, producing and editing a variety of productions. The digital videos will be both short and long format and will include public service announcements, instructional, promotional and training videos, music videos, etc. This course will build technical and creative skills along with presenting real world situations such as client contact, financial management and project planning and execution. The students will be involved with each project from concept to completion. Equipment used will include digital video and still cameras and MacIntosh and PC computers. Students will use editing, graphic and music software and will have the option to bring their own hardware device. Classroom software used includes Adobe Rush, Adobe Premiere, PhotoShop and the entire Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, GarageBand, Photos, Keynote, Google Docs and Stillwater Cloud Apps for video production, editing, research and writing. It is encouraged but not mandatory to bring personal digital cameras and laptops, headphones/earbuds, flash drive or external hard drive, video capable sd card. Editing software will be provided to students who bring their personal laptops which meet hardware requirements. This course may be used to meet the art graduation credit requirement and will provide an opportunity for students to find success. Course prerequisite: Must have completed Intro to Video Production or have teacher approval. 

Entrepreneurship and Marketing - K313
This course is offered to students who have a career objective in any of the many businesses and professions using promotions, sales and marketing techniques. Class topics include: marketing, money and financial institutions, sports and entertainment marketing part II, marketing plans, Stock Market Game and a research paper. Group projects along with classroom discussions will be a part of the curriculum. Business speakers are a part of the course.

Economics - S315
This one semester course will consist of main units of study that will focus on introductory economic concepts, microeconomics, macroeconomics and the global economy. Students will explore the exciting world of investing, the stock market, and the economic impact on both the U.S. and International Markets.

Advanced Placement (AP) Microeconomics with Government A & B - S917, S918
Prerequisite: Recommended: B in AP US History or A in US History
AP Microeconomics and Government is a sequential course that builds on skills learned throughout the two semesters and meets the graduation requirement.  This course is for students who wish to complete studies equivalent to a college introduction to microeconomics. In particular, students study consumers and producers in an economy: households, firms, governments, and community organizations.  The primary focus is on the function of consumers and producers within the economic system. The course also offers analysis of the markets in which consumers and producers interact. Throughout the course, US government concepts are explored regarding public policy and taxation.  In the spring, especially following the AP exam in early May, student attention focuses on the foundations of US government, civic engagement, liberty and justice. The AP Microeconomics exam is offered by The College Board. There are no summer assignments and all necessary textbooks are provided.  Students who did not earn a B or higher in their previous Social Studies class should seek a teacher recommendation before registering for this course.

Cutaway Productions A & B - A600, A605
Prerequisite: Intro to Video Production or teacher approval
Course prerequisite: The student must have completed Intro to Video Production and/or Advanced Video Production (or have prior teacher approval) and possess a basic knowledge and understanding of the elements, techniques and processes of video production and Adobe Premiere software. Cutaway Productions is an advance video course/student-run production company. Students will be working on a variety of projects for clients and contests. Students will continue to enhance their skills in the elements, techniques and processes of video production, building off their knowledge gained in Intro and Advanced Video courses. They will achieve this by meeting the following learning targets: writing scripts and creating storyboards, producing and editing a variety of productions. The digital videos will be both short and long format and will include public service announcements, instructional, promotional and training videos, music videos, etc. course will build technical and creative skills along with presenting real world situations such as client contact, financial management, project planning and execution with possible on location work experience. The students will be involved with each project from concept to completion. Equipment used will include digital video and still cameras and MacIntosh and PC computers. Students will use editing, graphic and music software and will have the option to bring their own hardware device. Classroom software used includes Adobe Premiere, PhotoShop and the entire Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, GarageBand, Photos, Keynote, Google Docs and Stillwater Cloud Aps for video production, editing, research and writing. It is encouraged but not mandatory to bring personal digital cameras, laptops, flash drive, hard drive,headphones/earbuds and video capable sd card. Editing software will be provided to students who bring their personal laptops which meet hardware requirements. This course may be used to meet the art graduation credit requirement and will provide an opportunity for students to find success.

916 Youth Apprenticeship - 916YA
Earn high school credit while getting paid to build your work experiences and resume for future college and career success. Develop and showcase your talents and skills on the job in one of a wide variety of local business and industry settings. The workplace is your classroom where you will expand your potential working both independently and alongside industry professionals.

916 Entrepreneurship and Social Media Marketing - 916ENT
Be the boss, develop an entrepreneurial spirit, and build your own business. Utilize dynamic technology such as robust social media and digital platforms to create vibrant strategic marketing. Design, prototype, and launch advertising, sales, and public relations campaigns for a wide range of products.