Aviation Honors Ground School
The curriculum in this course is a more advanced, more in-depth study of other JROTC aerospace topics. Upon completion of the course, students will be prepared to take the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) written examination.
|Braille Reading and Writing||N1100505||BRAILLE||1-2||Karin Miller ||TBD*|
|This course will provide instruction in pre-braille skills, tactual discrimination, the reading and writing of the braille code, and the development of efficient braille reading including fluency and comprehension. The braille reading and writing course will emphasize the conventions and mechanics of braille. |
College Transition is a high school course designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to be active and successful learners both in high school and in college.
G/T Independent Study Mentorship I–IV
This course, based on the Exit-Level Texas Performance Standards Project (TPSP) for gifted/talented (G/T) students, offers a non-traditional learning experience to those students who have the ability to create innovative products or performances.
|Logic I – II |
|Logic I will provide content in informal logic which includes logical fallacies, inductive reasoning, strong versus weak and fallacious arguments, and probability. Logic II offers content in formal logic, or the logic that pertains to pure reasoning in the abstract – deductive reasoning, valid or invalid arguments, and certainty. |
Methodology for Academic and Personal Success (MAPS) I-II
The course focuses on the skills and strategies necessary for students to make a successful transition into high school and an academic career. Students will explore the options available in high school, higher education, and the professional world in order to establish both immediate and long-range personal goals.
|Orientation and Mobility for Students with Visual Impairments I-IV||N1160510||ORIENMO||1||Barney Fudge||TBD*|
The Orientation and Mobility for Students with Visual Impairments courses will focus on skills and strategies that will enhance essential travel skills. These travel skills will enable students with visual impairments and blindness to access all of the educational environments in which they will be involved.
|Path College Career I-IV |
1/2 - 1
|The Path courses focus on developing the habits and skills that are expected in college study and the workfoce. High school Path students develop personal/interpersonal and cognitive skills that are essential to productivity in both the collegiate and business worlds.|
Peer Assistance for Students with Disabilities I–II
Peer Assistance for Students with Disabilities is designed to promote an inclusive educational environment for special education students. Peer assistants assist teachers in general education and special education settings by helping to facilitate inclusion in the classroom.
Peer Coaching for Students I–IV
Peer Coaching for Students (PCS) is designed to promote an inclusive educational environment for at-risk and special education inclusion students. PCS is a course where positive peers make a positive impact in their fellow peer's lives.