Course Selection

Course Selection

COURSE SELECTION K L E I N OA K H I G H S C H O O L CLASS OF 2023 H T T P : / / W W W. P R O M I S E 2 P U R P O S E . N E T / House Bill 5 Graduation Requirements All students at Klein Oak High School are working towards a Foundation + Endorsement High School Diploma Foundation Endorsement 22 Credits 5 EOCS 4 credits = 26 credits Foundation + Endorsement

High School Diploma = College and Career Readiness HOUSE BILL 5 FOUNDATION CREDIT REQUIRMENTS The following are the Foundation courses = 22 credits 2019-2020 Freshman 2020-2021 Sophomore 2021-2022 Junior English 1 (EOC) English 2 (EOC) English 3 Biology (EOC) Advanced Science/ Chemistry

(recommended) or IPC Advanced Science/ Physics (recommended) or other advanced World Geography World History (optional) U.S. History (EOC) Algebra 1 (EOC) Geometry Advanced Math (recommended Algebra 2) Foreign Language (1) Physical Education (1) Fine Arts (1) Foreign Language (2)

Elective (Endorsement path introductory course) Elective Elective 2022-2023 Senior English 4 Government .5 Economics .5 Elective HOUSE BILL 5 FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION PLAN The following Foundation course requirements need to be selected in the Freshman and Sophomore year in order to maximize potential in fulfilling Advanced Endorsement requirements Foreign Language (2)

Spanish 1 & 2 French 1 & 2 German 1 & 2 Latin 1 & 2 Fine Art (1) Art Dance Theatre Arts Tech Theatre Band Orchestra

Choir Floral Design (Grade 10) Physical Education (1) Physical Education (PE) Dance PE ROTC 1 Athletics Football Volleyball Track Tennis Cross Country Softball Baseball Golf Basketball Cheerleading Soccer Swimming Drill Team Marching Band

Color Guard (local) Electives House Bill 5 Graduation Plan Foundation Plan Electives 5 credits required Foundation Plan + Endorsement Electives Overlap 7 total credits required 4 of 7 must meet Endorsement path requirements Foundation with ENDORSEMENT = 26 credits 2019-2020 Freshman English 1 (EOC) Biology (EOC)

2020-2021 Sophomore English 2 (EOC) 2021-2022 Junior English 3 Advanced Science/Chemistry (recommended) or IPC Advanced Science/Physics (recommended) or other advanced World Geography World History/Elective U.S. History (EOC) Algebra 1 (EOC) Geometry Advanced Math

(recommend Algebra 2*) Foreign Language (1) Physical Education (1) Fine Arts (1) Foreign Language (2) Elective (Endorsement path Elective Elective Elective introductory course) 2022-2023 Senior English 4 Advanced Science Government .5 Economics .5 Advanced Math Elective Elective Elective

Most KOHS students will graduate with more than 26 credits. A 4-year plan/7 period day allows for 28 credits to be earned. *Algebra 2 earns students the Distinguished Graduation Plan, thus allowing acceptance into the Texas TOP 10% Automatic University Admissions Program. English 1, 2, and 3 must be completed before English 4 may be taken. STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, Math Core Credits English (4 credits) Social Studies (3 credits) Science (4 credits) Chemistry and Physics Math (4 credits) Algebra 2 required Required Credits Foreign Language (2) Physical Education (1) Fine Arts (1)

Endorsement Coherent Sequence and Electives - 7 credits 5 credits in Math or Science + additional Electives Technology (4 credits/1 Advanced) Engineering (4 credits/1 Advanced) 3 additional Elective courses Business and Industry Core Credits English (4) Social Studies (3) World Geography/World History U.S. History Government and Economics Science (4) Biology 3 Advanced Sciences

Math (4) Recommend Algebra 2* *Algebra 2 is recommended to earn the Distinguished Level of Achievement and ensure college readiness Required Credits Foreign Language (2) Physical Education (1) Fine Arts (1) Endorsement Coherent Sequence and Electives - 7 credits 4 credits Business and Industry Career cluster (CTE and Technology Application) courses. Must include at least 1 Advanced course. 3 additional Elective courses Public Service Health Science Core Credits

English (4) Social Studies (3) Science (4) Math (4) Recommend Algebra 2* Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security/AFROTC Human Services Required Credits Foreign Language (2) Physical Education (1) Fine Arts (1) Education & Training Endorsement Coherent Sequence and Electives - 7 credits

Health Science Human Services Law/Public Safety/Corrections/AFROTC Education & Training 3 additional Elective courses * Algebra 2 is recommended to earn the Distinguished Level of Achievement and ensure college readiness Hospitality & Tourism Arts and Humanities Core Credits English (4) Social Studies (3) Science (4) Math (4) Recommend Algebra 2

Required Courses Foreign Language (2) Physical Education (1) Fine Arts (1) Endorsement Coherent Sequence and Electives -7 credits Foreign Language (4 same language or 2 languages 2 credits each) Band, Choir, Orchestra, Dance, Theatre and Visual Arts (4 years of the same) Social Studies and ELA (5 credits) 3 additional Elective courses *Algebra 2 is recommended to earn the Distinguished Level of Achievement and ensure college readiness Multidisciplinary KOHS are automatically working towards Advanced academic students at

this endorsement Core Credits English (4) English 4 Social Studies (3) Science (4) Chemistry and/or Physics Math (4) Recommend Algebra 2* Required Credits Foreign Language (2) Physical Education (1) Fine Arts (1) Endorsement Coherent Sequence and Electives - 7 credits 4 Advanced courses 4 credits Foundation subject areas English IV with Chemistry and/or Physics

4 credits AP, IB, Dual Credit from the 4 core, Economics, Foreign Language or Fine Arts * Algebra 2 is recommended to earn the Distinguished Level of Achievement and ensure college readiness Multidisciplinary Elective Course Choices Allows a student to select courses from each Endorsement area and earn credits in a variety of Advanced courses sufficient to meet the Distinguished Level of Achievement (per TEA) Broadcasting (All Campuses) New Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathway Pathway courses: Broadcasting I Broadcasting II Practicum in Broadcasting (2 courses) Accelerated College Pathways Enrollment Students, with assistance of their parent or guardian, will complete the application posted on the Promise2Purpose.net website. Each pathway has specific prerequisites. Applications will available during the course selection district

timeline January 8th February 15th. Students meeting enrollment criteria will be entered into a lottery selection process. Advanced Nursing Pathway Klein High School Entering freshman in 2019 Allows students to pursue interest in nursing Provides the opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts degree (AA) from Lone Star College Tomball prior to high school graduation and be dual degreed with an Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) after high school graduation Provides the opportunity to earn industry credentials: Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Level 1 Certificate Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Level 2 Certificate (shortly after high school graduation) Registered Nurse (RN) License in four college semesters Geospatial Systems Engineering & Land Surveying Pathway Klein Collins High School Entering freshman 2019 Students must have completed Principles of Applied Engineering Allows students to pursue interest in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Land Surveying Provides a unique opportunity to gain up to a year of college credit while in high school

Provides hands-on experiences taught by industry professionals Earn a Lone Star College Level 1 certificate in Land Surveying prior to high school graduation Articulate to Texas A & M Corpus Christi with only three years remaining to earn a B. S. in Geospatial Systems Engineering Global Business Pathway Klein Forest High School Entering freshman in 2019 Allows students to pursue interest in the business industry with a concentration in global industry Provides an opportunity to potentially earn an Associate of arts degree (AA) from Lone Star College Tomball prior to high school graduation Students may earn the Microsoft Office Suite Specialist certification Provides opportunities for increased rigor; a proven factor for college admissions HVAC and Refrigeration Pathway Klein Cain High School Entering freshman 2019 Allows students to pursue interest in the HVAC and Refrigeration Technology Provides a unique opportunity for the student to complete coursework in HVAC and Refrigeration Technology including job shadowing or industry internship Provides opportunities for students to learn the skills needed for a current high demand occupation

Earn industry level certifications and the opportunity to enter the industry upon graduation or purse higher education training in HVAC Advanced Academics* Pre-Advanced Placement (9th and 10th grade) Advanced Placement (10th 12th grade); AP Capstone diploma and certificate available Dual Credit (11th 12th grade); Lone Star College International Baccalaureate Program *extra grade points http://www.promise2purpose. net/ Use the above website to read, explore and choose your Endorsement and Specialized pathway courses. The Course Guide on this website will give you the course description along with any prerequisites required.

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