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High School Pathways are like majors in college, except that you start your learning
experience in high school.
High School Pathways are like majors in college, except that you start your learning experience in high
Every student, no matter what their post-secondary plans are, can benefit by selecting and following a
sequence of career related classes designed for their area of interest.
● A Pathway is a sequence of courses within your area of
● A Pathway will connect your career interests from high school to college and/or
● A Pathway is your educational road map guiding you to the high school courses and
post-secondary options most relevant to your chosen career destination.
● A Pathway will help you acquire the depth of knowledge and skill linked with specific
post-secondary programs that will lead to a certificate or degree and/or career.
Engineering, Manufacturing and technology students want to solve
problems, big or small, develop new technology and push
innovation to the next level. Our students will be prepared
for university level work because of the high standards and
expectations of this rigorous college preparatory curriculum
focusing on advanced mathematics and science.
Those who choose careers in this pathway apply essential math
and science content and skills in a real world context. Science
and math occupations include those in physical,
environmental, and human endeavors. Career possibilities range
from teachers of science and math to lab technicians to NASA
Our Visual and Performing Arts students gain hands-on
foundational skills in their chosen mode of expression,
including studio art, fashion design, interior design, acting,
theatre production, vocal and instrumental performance, and film
and audio production. They also develop cultural awareness
and the communication, creative, and critical thinking skills
necessary for success in a variety of fields.
Students in the Visual and Performing Arts may seek direct
employment as artists, musicians, designers, actors, or audio
producers, or they may pursue a bachelor’s or graduate-level
degree for a career in teaching, art direction, theater
production, fashion or interior design, media arts, & film.
The Business Management Pathway provides students the opportunity
to develop skills to be successful in customer-focused careers
and gain experience in the areas of technology, communication,
and management. Students will explore the basics of business
ownership and practice the fundamental concepts of developing a
business plan while organizing and directing all functions of
operating a business.
An essential aspect of every business institution and
organization, students investigate the field of financial
management, including how it is impacted by industry standards
as well as economic, financial, technological, international,
social, legal, and ethical factors. Students formulate and
interpret financial information for use in financial management
decision making, such as compliance and risk management. This
pathway may include programs of study for accounting, banking,
securities and investments, and other financial
Careers in this pathway are related to the business environment.
These include entrepreneur, sales, marketing, economics, and
management. Finance workers keep track of money. You might
provide financial services to a business or individual. Or you
could maintain financial records or give advice to business
executives on how to operate their business.
Information Communication Technology students gain knowledge and
skills needed to effectively apply, use, and manage technology
when solving problems specifically related to information and
communication. Students will focus on using technology to
provide a stable operating environment. In our information based
society, teaching practical skills for analyzing, processing,
managing information that will allow them to then create
technology-based solutions using a user-centered approach and
evaluate the roles of information in a variety of organizational
settings is a valuable skill set that is currently sought by
Information technology workers are in a growing and always
changing field. You might work with computer hardware, software,
multimedia, or network systems. You might design new computer
equipment or work on a new computer game. Some information
technology workers support and manage computer hardware. For
example, you might make sure the networks are working or manage
a network that links people across the world. Or you might
support others and answer questions about specific software or
Students will study to identify and treat injuries or diseases
and explore the academic skills needed to serve the community
through health-related services. In Health Science you can
prepare for a career that promotes health, wellness, and
diagnosis, and treats injuries and diseases. Some careers
involve working directly with people, while others involve
research into diseases or collecting and formatting data and
Biotechnology Research and Development
The AP International Diploma (APID) is a globally recognized certificate
awarded to students who display exceptional achievement across a variety of
disciplines. Available to international students attending secondary schools outside
the U.S. and to U.S. high school students applying to universities outside the
country, the APID certifies outstanding academic excellence with a global
perspective. (But it’s not a substitute for a high school diploma.) Students don’t need to apply for
the APID; it’s automatically awarded in the year all eligibility requirements
The College Board notifies students by email after the award has been conferred.
Students may self-print an APID certificate from AP Scores. School
administrators with access to AP Scores for Educators may identify APID students
using the AP Scholars Report.
APID Eligibility Requirements:
● Students must score a 3 or higher on 5 or more AP Exams.
● Exams taken multiple times only count once—the highest score will be used for
● Students must attend a school outside the U.S. or U.S. territories, -OR-
● Students attending a school within the U.S., U.S. territories or the DoDEA network
must send AP score(s) to a university outside the U.S.
● Exams must fulfill the following content areas: LINK
Career guidance helps students make clear, careful, and individual choices for college and career
readiness in the areas of academic planning, course selection, goal setting, career planning, and
post-secondary transition, including admissions and financial responsibilities.
The Career Guidance lessons work to teach college and career readiness knowledge and skills through the
Career and College
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