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SArt Exploration

S Three-Dimensional Art

S Two-Dimensional Art

S Studio Art

S Photography

S Photography II

S Ceramics

S Animation I

S Digital Graphic Design

S Adv Drawing & Painting
Business Education

S Introduction to Business

S Entrepreneurship/Business Mngmt.

S Recordkeeping

S Principles of Marketing

Y Accounting

Y Advanced Accounting

S College Accounting

S Computer Applications I

SComputer Applications II

S College Computers

S Multimedia
Cooperative Education

Y Marketing Education

Y Marketing Education Internship

Y English

S Advanced English

S Language and Literature

S Intro. American Literature*

S Survey of American Literature

S World Literature

Y AP English Literature

S Speech Communication

S Public Speaking

S Writing Skills*

S Composition

SAdvanced Composition

S Advanced Composition II

S Myths and Legends

S Journalism 1*

S Journalism 234

S Lang & Lit/Reading*

S Drama I

S Drama II

Y Life Skills - English*

S Life Long Learner 1

S Life Long Learner 2
Family and Consumer Sciences

S Foods and Nutrition

S Advanced Foods & Nutrition

S Textiles and Clothing

S Advanced Textiles and Clothing

S Child Growth and Development

S The School Age Child

S Housing and Interior Design

S Family Living

S Adult Living Skills

S Parenting
Foreign Language

Y German I

Y German II

Y German III

Y German IV

S German Experience Abroad

Y Japanese I

Y Japanese II

S Modern Japanese

S Formal Japanese

S Traditional Japanese

S Advanced Japanese

Y Spanish I

Y Spanish II

Y Spanish III

YSpanish IV

Y Spanish V

Y Spanish for Hispanics I

Y Spanish for Hispanics II

Y Spanish for Hispanics III

Y Spanish for Hispanics IV

Y Adv Spanish III

Y Adv Spanish IV

S Cultural Issues


Y ESL Resource


S Resource*

S Service Learning*


Y Yearbook*


Y Basic Math

Y General Math

S Consumer Math I

S Consumer Math II

Y Algebra I A

YAlgebra I B

Y Algebra I

Y Geometry

Y Algebra II

S Trigonometry

S Probability and Statistics

Y Applications of Algebra

Y Pre-Calculus

Y AP Calculus

S Math Skills*

Y Life Skills - Math*

Y Band

Y Jazz Band

Y Concert Choir

Y Treble Choir

Y Urbandale Singers*
Online AP Classes

Y AP Chemistry

Y AP English Language & Composition

YAP Physics B

Y AP Statistics

Y AP Macroeconomics

Y AP Microeconomics
Physical Education, Health

Y Physical Education 9/10

Y Physical Education 11/12

Y Contract Physical Education

S Health

Y Fitness for Life

Y Life Science*

Y General Biology

Y Advanced Biology

Y AP Biology

Y General Science

S Environmental Science

Y General Chemistry

Y Advanced Chemistry


Y Human Anatomy & Physiology

Y Life Skills - Science*
Social Studies

S Cultural Geography I, II

S Contemporary American History

Y AP Human Geography

S Current Events

S World History (Early)

S World History (Recent)

Y AP European History

Y American History

Y AP American History

S American Government

Y AP American Govt/Economics

S Economics

S Psychology

S Sociology

Y AP Psychology
Technology Ed./Industrial Technology

S Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD I)

S Computer Aided Drafting II (CAD II)

Y Computer Design and Animation

Y Architectural Drafting

S Woodworking Technology

S Building Construction

Y Building Trades

S Cabinetmaking and Millwork

Y Intro to Engineering and Design

Y Principles of Engineering

S EBCE (Experience Based Career Exploration)*

Y Vocational Exploration*

S Work Experience*

Y – indicates a year long course

S – indicates a semester course


Art Exploration
Course No.: 20100

Course Length: 1 semester

Credit: 1

Course Begins: Fall, Spring

Prerequisite: None
This art class is designed to provide introductory experiences working with various art forms. The students will learn beginning techniques in various materials and produce art forms such as sculpture, painting, and drawing. Students continue to examine artists and their work and their cultural and historical aspects to encourage student understanding and ultimately expression and production of art as well as an increased awareness of the purposes and value of art; to communicate, to express, and to enhance aesthetic awareness.

Three-Dimensional Art
Course No.: 20110

Course Length: 1 semester

Credit: 1

Course Begins: Fall, Spring

Prerequisite: Art Exploration with a C or above
This course will give students the opportunity to

develop skills in the creation of art using height,

width, and depth. Materials used in class will include clay, papier-mâché, plaster, wood, wire,

found objects, and combinations of these media.

Three-dimensional techniques include both

additive and subtractive methods of building. Students will build on existing knowledge of these materials and process and improve their skills and proficiency while exploring new techniques to enhance their ability to communicate and be creative.

Two-Dimensional Art
Course No.: 20105

Course Length: 1 semester

Credit: 1

Course Begins: Fall, Spring

Prerequisite: Art Exploration with a C or above
This calls will focus on giving students solid understanding, and skill development, in the fundamentals of producing ‘flat’ art. This course is designed under the philosophy that all students who have the basic coordination to legibly write, should be able have success in producing 2D artworks. Emphasis is on learning to see as an artist and then applying this skill to both dry and wet media. 2D Art begins with basic perception exercises and builds up to using various advanced techniques and media. The topics covered in 2D Art are fundamental to success in creating all forms of visual artworks.

Studio Art (I, II, III, IV)

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