• CAREER EDUCATION: SIX DISTRICT COMPACT

    The Six District Compact program is an extension of Hudson High School. Students who wish to enroll in a two-year program at the career center must submit their applications during February of their sophomore year. These applications will then be reviewed by the Guidance Department and the placement of students in the various programs will be determined. Students accepted into a career program continue to attend Hudson High School for their academic courses.

    Students must attend the career program when it is in session even though Hudson High School is not. Hudson High School must be attended when it is in session even though career program is not in session.

    Most of the vocational programs are two years in length and a student is expected to continue his/her enrollment in the same vocational course the senior year. Sophomores and/or juniors who are interested will find complete course descriptions pertaining to the programs offered at the Six District Compact in the Orientation Handbook provided by the career center. If there are additional questions, see your guidance counselor.
     
    COLLEGE TECH PREP INITIATIVES
    AND CAREER PROGRAMS

    STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programs are part of a statewide collaborative venture to help Ohio stay competitive in today’s global economy.

    2015-16 COLLEGE TECH PREP INITIATIVES

    COURSE: A+ Hardware and Networking Academy • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls
    CREDIT: Level I – Lab 2
    Level II- Lab 2
    This two-year College Tech Prep Initiative prepares students to earn the A+ Hardware Certification and either the Microsoft Networking Certification or the Cisco CCNA Certification. Level I students learn the basics of personal computer hardware and operating systems with A+ Hardware Certification—the leading certification of the IT industry and industry standard for validating the skills expected of entry-level computer technicians. CompTIA A+ certification opens the door to an exciting career in the ever advancing field of computer technology. Level II students take part in the Networking Academy, where students will see an ever-increasing demand for their skills including in industries from medicine and finance to entertainment and aerospace. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.comor seethe Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Athletic Health Care and Fitness • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt
    CREDIT: Level I – Anatomy and Physiology I; Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    Level II – Advanced Anatomy and Physiology 1, Tech Theory 1; Lab 1, Internship 1
    This College Tech Prep Initiative provides knowledge and real-life experiences in the prevention, recognition, treatment, rehabilitation and administration of athletic, as well as other common injuries. Under the direction of a nationally certified and state-licensed athletic trainer, students develop both basic and advanced skills in the classroom lab setting during the first year. Instruction in the second year focuses on individual career exploration in which students have the opportunity to work and learn outside of the classroom with local professionals in medical, clinical and fitness facilities. This College Tech Prep Initiative is suited to individuals who have career interests in athletic training and fitness, physical therapy and emergency medicine. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Automotive Specialization
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: One or two years
    SCHOOL: Hudson
    CREDIT: Lab 3.
    Designed for students who have an interest in the auto repair industry, Auto Specialization is geared for those students who require repetitive instruction to master program competencies. Students will use tools and equipment to perform detailing, reconditioning, maintenance and simple repairs on vehicles. Employability skills are practiced daily in a simulated automotive repair setting.

    COURSE: Automotive Technologies
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson
    CREDIT at Cuyahoga Falls: Level I and II - Tech Theory 1; Lab 2
    CREDIT at Hudson: Level I and II – Physics (2014-15) 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 2
    Students will gain practical experience in basic diagnostic skills and become proficient in repair and maintenance of a car’s mechanical and electrical systems. Students may be required to purchase a tool kit to be used during the course and upon entry into the job market. Completers of this College Tech Prep Initiative are now working as technicians at car dealerships, service centers and automotive specialty shops. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Aeronautics Careers Academy • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Stow-Munroe Falls High School, Kent State University
    CREDIT: Level I – Intro to Aeronautics 1; Aviation Weather 1; CP English 1; Math 1
    Level II – Elements of Flight Theory 1, Aero Physics 1; CP English 1; Math 1
    This two-year College Tech Prep Initiative combines college prep academics with applied learning in the world of aeronautics. Students will study Aviation Management, Flight Technology, Air Traffic Control and Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology. In addition, a year-long, Level II academic course will focus on Aero Physics. A partnership with Kent State University College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology Aeronautics Division allows student to participate at the air traffic control center at Van Deusen Hall on campus, as well as at the Kent State University airport. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship Academy
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls
    CREDIT: Level I - Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    CREDIT: Level II – Tech Theory 1, Lab 1
    Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship Academy introduces students to a variety of business and financial services career fields. In Level 1, students will operate a virtual business through VE International, which allows them to explore the global business environment by working with 500 school-operated businesses throughout the United States and around the world. In Level II, students expand on their experiences by selecting a focus area, such as accounting, finance or management. Students also have the opportunity to participate in internships and work experiences. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Biomedical Engineering and Technology Academy • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Woodridge
    CREDIT: Level I – Biomedical Engineering Lab 1; Biotechnology Engineering Theory 1; Honors English 1;
    Honors Anatomy/Physiology 1
    Level II – Biomedical Engineering Lab 1; Biotechnology Engineering Theory 1; Honors English 1;
    Honors Physics 1; Capstone Project
    This emerging science focuses on applying the principles of engineering and technology to life sciences. The format of this College Tech Prep Initiative is discovery-based, with an emphasis on current technology, developments and research. Students will focus on modern field usage of biotechnology in engineering, pharmaceuticals, medicine, agriculture and others. Level II will incorporate a required capstone project. Throughout this two-year offering, bioethics and entrepreneurship will be included. In addition, connections with area biomedical industries will be available to students. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.


    COURSE: Business Management
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt, Stow-Munroe Falls, Tallmadge
    CREDIT at Roosevelt: Level I and II – Tech Theory 1; Lab 1; CP English 1
    CREDIT at Stow-Munroe Falls: Level I and II - Lab 3; CP English 1
    CREDIT at Tallmadge: See Business Pathway
    This exciting College Tech Prep Initiative focuses on the fast-paced world of business and is designed for students interested in a business management career, including opportunities such as a supervisor, office manager or assistant manager in a small business, corporation, non-profit or governmental agency. Students study management practices as they apply to business practices and law, economics, sales, software skills, risk management human relations and global business trends. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Collision Repair and Auto Refinishing
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Woodridge
    CREDIT: Level I - Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    Level II – Tech Theory 1; Lab 2
    Students study collision repair and auto refinishing in a renovated facility located in downtown Cuyahoga Falls. Using the latest state-of-the-art equipment, the NATEF certified curriculum includes frame inspection and repair, welding, working with plastics and adhesives, painting and refinishing, glass installation, and metalworking. Students will also learn about damage repair, auto restoration, structural and non-structural analysis and cost estimating. Throughout the two-year College Tech Prep Initiative, students will also hear from collision repair experts in Northeast Ohio. Completers will be qualified as entry level employees in this $30 billion industry. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: One or two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt
    CREDIT: Level I – Placement in appropriate college-level math 1 will be available; Lab 2, Technical Theory 1
    CREDIT: Level II – Placement in appropriate college level math 1 will be available; Lab 2, Technical Theory 1
    This exciting, professional College Tech Prep Initiative is designed to prepare students for careers in the engineering, advanced manufacturing and architectural career fields. It combines CAD (Computer-Aided Design) with CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing). Students learn to produce industry-standard drawings and CND (Computer-Numerically Controlled) programs using CAD and CAD/CAM software. Students will learn to create drawings that include geometric constructions, orthographic projection, sectional and auxiliary views, and 3-D solid models of parts and assemblies. In addition, instruction will include residential architecture and industrial machining processes. The CADM labs are equipped with the latest computers, CNC and rapid prototyping machines, as well as the most current Autodesk, Mastercam and Alphacam software applications. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.
     

    NEW!

    COURSE: Computer-Aided Design and Engineering Technologies (CADET) · STEM           

    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12

    LENGTH: One or two years                                                                                         

    SCHOOL: Roosevelt

    CREDIT: Level I – Lab 2, Technical Theory 1; CP or Comp English 11

    CREDIT:  Level II – Lab 2, Technical Theory 1; Placement in appropriate college-level math available.

    Redefine what is possible through CAD & Engineering Technologies! Students will use the latest industry standard software and equipment to produce working drawings, 3D solid model designs, parts and assemblies. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to program and operate CNC machines (router, lathe, mill) to produce manufactured products using wood, metal, and plastic. Students will also operate rapid prototype machines (3D printer) and laser engraver in fabricating various engineered and designed products. Manufacturing processes and industries will be explored. This exciting, professional College Tech Prep offering is designed to prepare students for careers in the engineering, advanced manufacturing and architectural career fields. Students will network with industry experts and partners in high demand career fields. Senior level internships/industry placement opportunities are available to qualified students. Advanced technologies, coupled with the need to update and improve manufacturing facilities and product design, should fuel the demand for professionals in computer-aided manufacturing, architecture, and engineering technologies. According to the latest data 7,400 jobs within a 100 mile radius of Akron, Ohio currently exist. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be eligible to earn up to 3 college credits (CTAG) to any Ohio public university for Computer Aided Drafting and Design in an Engineering Technology program. 
     

    NEW!

    COURSE: Criminal Justice

    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12

    LENGTH: Two Years

    SCHOOL:  Cuyahoga Falls

    CREDIT: To be determined

    This NEW College Tech Prep initiative, located at Cuyahoga Falls High School, will offer students

    opportunities to gain knowledge of the American Criminal Justice System and Police Work and Practice in Public Safety. Areas of concentration available for Level II will include Computer Digital Forensics or Emergency Management and Homeland Security. College credits will be attached to all of the courses


    COURSE: Construction Technologies
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt
    CREDIT: Level I - Tech Theory 1; Lab 2; CP or Comp English
    Level II – Tech Theory 1; Lab 1; Internship 1
    In Level 1, students are introduced to plumbing and residential wiring with emphasis on both rough and finished carpentry. By applying learning theory in the spacious lab, students learn to build from floor to roof, which helps prepare them for a career in the construction industry. In Level II, students apply skills learned in the first year by working in an internship with contractors on jobsites. Completers of this College Tech Prep Initiative have entered apprenticeships, enrolled in two- and four-year colleges and worked for a contractor or builder as a carpenter. Students interested in working with hand and power tools and who want to learn skills they can use in the construction industry should consider this opportunity. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2015-16.

    COURSE: Cosmetology
    GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls, Roosevelt
    CREDIT at Cuyahoga Falls: Level I - Tech Theory 1; Lab 2
    Level II - Tech Theory 1; Lab 2; Internship I
    CREDIT at Roosevelt: Level 1 – CP English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 2
    Level II – CP English 1: Tech Theory 1; Lab/ Internship 3
    Students are prepared to take the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology exam. Students passing this exam will be licensed cosmetologists qualified for immediate employment, performing professional grooming services related to the care of hair, skin and nails. Instructors and students are kept up to date in this rapidly changing profession by attending shows and conferences, hosting guest artists and participating in competitions. Internships will be available in ―high end‖ salons. Students who receive the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology license are eligible to receive college credit. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.
     

    COURSE: Culinary Arts and Catering
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Stow-Munroe Falls
    CREDIT: Level I - Enriched CP English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 3
    Level II – Enriched CP English 1; Tech Theory 2; Lab 3
    Culinary Arts and Catering prepares students in all areas of the demanding and competitive world of food service. Basic cooking techniques, baking, salad preparation and advanced culinary skills are taught by a Culinary Institute of America graduate and a teacher with culinary experience. Students operate a full-service restaurant at Stow-Munroe Falls High School, as well as cater functions, during and after school. Affiliated with ProStart, Culinary Arts is linked with this nationwide system of high school restaurant and food service courses administered by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. Community-based partners offer job shadowing and worksite experiences. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15. Other post-secondary training might include Johnson & Wales or the Culinary Institute of America.

    COURSE: Electronics, Robotics and Programming • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: One or two years; three periods per day
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt
    CREDIT: Levels I and II - Tech Theory 1; Lab 1 to 2 credits Optional math credit is available.
    Career opportunities are abundant and increasing in the fields of electronics, robotics and programming. This College Tech Prep Initiative will provide students with great preparation in theory and hands on experience. Transistor circuits, amplifiers, LED lighting and soldering projects are included. Vex robots are built and programmed with C language. BASIC language is used for parallax robots and LED displays. Video game programming is offered; computers are assembled and software installed. Students who complete the Electronics, Robotics and Programming College Tech Prep Initiative will have the opportunity to continue their studies in post-secondary education, enhance their skills in the military or directly enter the work force. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Engineering Academy • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    (Third year option for those accepted in grade 10.)
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt, Stow-Munroe Falls
    CREDIT: Academic credits per year – Advanced/Honors Math 1; CP Physics 1; CP English 1; Technology
    credits - 3
    This two-year College Tech Prep Academy combines academically competitive college prep courses with hands-on technical studies. Students rotate through four technology areas – computer-aided design (CAD), electronics, manufacturing and polymers. College prep courses in English, Advanced/Honors Math (Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, A.P. Calculus AB) and Physics are linked with the technology curriculum. Various instructional approaches are used, including team teaching, self-directed studies and project-based learning. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Forestry and Landscape Management • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt
    CREDIT: Level I – Environmental Science 1; CP or Comp English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    Level II – Environmental Science 1; CP or Comp English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab/Internship 1
    Students learn about plant and horticultural science, urban forestry, landscape design and build, as well as turf science and management. Students are prepared for further education in fields such as Urban Forestry, Turf Management, Arboriculture, Landscape Construction or Nursery Management. Successful completion can lead to career opportunities in the ―Green Industry.‖ In the second year, students concentrate on one area, attending class for approximately 50 minutes a day and working three to four hours a day in an area of interest. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Health Careers Technologies • STEM
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt
    CREDIT: Level I - Anatomy and Physiology 1; CP English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    Level II - CP English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab/Internship 1
    This two-year College Tech Prep Initiative offers the perfect starting point for students to shape their futures in a health careers field. Students develop foundation skills required to be successful in careers in medical, dental and allied health care. These include basic health care skills, medical laboratory processes, physical therapy techniques and clinical techniques used in a variety of medical occupations. Successful students go on to pursue careers in emergency care, pharmacy, rehabilitation, nursing, nurse aide, optical, dental, radiology, lab technician, home health care and veterinary technician. Students interact with health care professionals in the classroom, as well as at worksite learning opportunities. Coursework is provided in anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, nutrition, infection control and legal/ethical issues. Certification is available AHA CRP-AED for the Health Care Provider. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.
    COURSE: Interactive Media/Digital Design
    GRADE LEVEL: Seniors only
    LENGTH: One year
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls
    CREDIT: Tech Theory 2: Lab 1
    Students interested in marketing, graphic design, advertising, communications, public relations or photography use the latest in new technology and software to gain hands-on experience in these fields. Throughout this one-year program, students utilize projects and experience-based learning activities that result in a professional portfolio. Team-taught by a marketing teacher and an art teacher, the real work of business and design comes to life. In addition, students participate in Early or Advanced Placement while working in a local business, pursuing an internship or doing independent study projects under the instructor’s supervision. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: International Business and Marketing Institute
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Stow-Munroe Falls
    CREDIT: Level 1: Lab 1; Tech Theory 1: CP Economics 1; CP English 1
    Level II: Lab 1; Tech Theory 1; CP English 1; CP International Government 1
    PRE-REQUISITE: Students must have completed two years of any world language or be currently enrolled in Year 1 or Year II of a world language.
    In this exciting College Tech Prep Initiative, students are exposed to local and international business through hands-on activities and real-world practices. The Institute has ties to the business community that allow for authentic interaction with business professionals so that students can acquire a global perspective of business and marketing practices. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Marketing Management
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: One or two years
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls, Roosevelt, Tallmadge
    CREDIT at Cuyahoga Falls: Level I - Tech Theory 1
    Level II - Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    CREDIT at Roosevelt: Level I (optional) - Tech Theory 1
    Level II (seniors only) - Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    CREDIT at Tallmadge: See Business Pathway.
    In their exploration of the fields of marketing, management, public relations, communications, advertising and sales, students get extensive experience in the use of the latest in technology and software. With the community as the classroom, students immerse themselves in the world of marketing through hands-on, community and experienced-based projects to bridge learning both inside and outside the classroom. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Preschool/Daycare/Educational Aide
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Tallmadge – David Bacon Building
    CREDIT: Level I and II – Tech Theory 1; Lab 2
    Students will study the theory of child development, children’s health and safety, guidance techniques, early learning content standards, curriculum design and lesson planning. They will participate in a speaker series and have the opportunity to complete shadowing experiences. Level II students may participate in paid employment in the childcare field. Students will take certification tests in the following areas: first aid and CPR, communicable disease awareness and child abuse recognition and prevention. Both Level I and II students will interact with preschool children in a lab experience setting. Students are eligible to apply for certification of the Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) and sit for the parapro assessment exam. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.
     

    COURSE: Programming and Software Development · STEM

    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12

    LENGTH: Two years, two periods per day

    SCHOOL: Stow-Munroe Falls

    CREDIT: Level I - CP English 1; others to be determined

    CREDIT:  Level II - CP English 1; others to be determined

    Learners apply principles of computer programming and software development to develop code; build, test and debug programs; create finished products; and plan, design, develop, implement and support software applications.  Areas will prepare students for careers using technical and academic skills to design, develop, test, document, implement and maintain computer software.  Four courses are Programming, Web Design, Object Oriented Programming and Multimedia and Image Management Techniques.

     

    COURSE:  Project Lead The Way · STEM

    GRADE LEVEL: Students in College Prep/Honor’s Diploma/AP Program Pathway

    LENGTH: Four-year sequence

    SCHOOL: Tallmadge students only

    Project Lead The Way is a four-year sequence of courses, which combined with traditional math and science courses, introduces students to the scope, rigor and discipline of engineering in high school.

     
    COURSE: Teaching Professions
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt
    CREDIT: Level I - Advanced English 1: Professional Theory 1; Internship 1
    CREDIT: Level II – Advanced English 1; Professional Theory 1; Internship 1
    Students are provided a solid foundation to explore the teaching professions through coursework and classroom field experiences. Designed for students interested in a teaching career, this pathway provides students an opportunity to develop skills in classroom management, lesson planning and instruction. Students will also develop a professional portfolio, which will summarize their experiences. After completion of the Teaching Professions program requirements, students will be eligible to earn college credits at any university in Ohio for an Introduction to Education course. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Theater Arts Career Academy
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LENGTH: Two years
    SCHOOL: Tallmadge High School
    CREDIT: Level I – Theater Tech Theory 1; Theater Lab 1, CP English 1; CAD ½
    CREDIT: Level II – Theater Tech Theory 1; Theater Lab/Internship 1, CP English 1; Set Design ½
    This two-year College Tech Prep Academy combines college prep academics with hands-on experience in the theater arts. Students will study acting and directing, theater design and technology, theater history, literature and criticism and arts administration. Students will showcase their ―Best of Scenes‖ to audiences at the end of Level I and present a ―culminating experience‖ at the Level II. Each student will develop an electronic portfolio. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2014-15.

    COURSE: Wood Product Technologies and Cabinetry
    GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
    LEVEL: Two years
    SCHOOL: Roosevelt High School
    CREDIT: Level I: Tech Theory 1; Lab 1; CP or Comp English 1
    Level II: Tech Theory 1: Lab 2; Internship available
    Students are introduced to the highly technological field of industrial woodworking. Through industry and post-secondary recognized certifications and using industry-accepted standards, computer software and machinery (such as a state-of-the- art CNC router and sliding table saw), students are introduced to wood product materials and technologies, design concepts and production of architectural millwork, cabinets and furniture; molding, trims and panels, as well as wood crafting skills to build both community and personal projects. Entry into the career field of architectural millwork and cabinetry or college degree programs are options. College credits available. For more information, visit www.sixdistrict.com or see the Compact Career Catalog 2015-16.


    2015-16 CAREER PROGRAMS

    COURSE: Career Based Intervention
    GRADE LEVEL: 9, 10
    LENGTH: One year
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls, Stow-Munroe Falls
    CREDIT at Cuyahoga Falls: Grade 9—Math 1; World History 1, Tech Theory 1; Electives 1;
    Required Course 2
    Grade 10—Geometry 1; American History 1: Tech Theory 1: Electives 1;
    Required Course 2
    CREDIT at Stow-Munroe Falls: Grade 9—American History 1; English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    Grade 10—English 1; World History 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    This work-study program is designed for selected students who want to explore careers while getting first-hand experience in the world of work. CBI helps students develop financial skills in order to help students succeed in the workplace and ensure their success. Students will participate in career awareness and explore their personal work attitudes.

    COURSE: Career Based Intervention
    GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
    LENGTH: One or two years
    SCHOOL: Cuyahoga Falls, Stow-Munroe Falls, Woodridge
    CREDIT at Cuyahoga Falls: Grade 11 - Tech Theory 2; Lab 1; Electives 3
    Grade 12 - Tech Theory 2; Lab 1; Electives 3
    CREDIT at Stow-Munroe Falls: Grade 11—English 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    Grade 12—English 1, American Government 1; Tech Theory 1; Lab 1
    CREDIT at Woodridge: Tech Theory 1; Lab 2.
    This program is designed for selected students who want to explore careers while getting first-hand experience in the world of work. CBI helps students develop financial skills in order to help students succeed in the workplace and ensure their success. Students will participate in career awareness and explore their personal work attitudes. They may spend part of the day working either at the school or at service sites in the community.

    COURSE PLANNING GUIDE
    Students are encouraged to plan carefully a program of studies that will assist them in reaching their educational goals. It is important that students select courses to fit their career plans. It is suggested that students:
    1. review all the curricular requirements for graduation
    2. read the information presented about each department
    3. complete this course planning guide paying particular attention to graduation requirements and career goals
    4. know and understand the recommended college preparatory curriculum
    5. review and understand the opportunities offered through the 6th District Vocational Compact

    6. consider the curricular and other requirements for the Honors Diploma
     

    GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Twenty-one credits (21) which must include the following:

    English

    4 credits

    ½ Literature required senior year

    Mathematics

    4 credits

    Must include 1 credit in Algebra II

    Science

    3 credits

    3 years of “lab” science: Including Physical Science, Biology and advanced study in one or more of the following: Chemistry, Physics or other physical science; advanced biology or other life science; physical geology or other earth or space science

    Social Studies

    3 credits

    must include 1 U. S. History, ½ U. S. Government, and 1 of World History

    Physical Education

    ½ credit

    PE 9 required, plus one more PE elective

    Health*

    ½ credit

     

    Visual/Performing/Applied Arts

    1 credit

    Middle school fine arts can count for ½ credit, 7-12.

    Computer Science

    ½ credit

     

    Additional Courses

    5 credits

    Combination of 5 units of electives from: World language, Fine arts, Business & Computer Science, Technology. and/or Career-Technical

    Instruction in economics/ financial literacy**

     

     

    Total

    21 Credits

     

    *Recommended for freshman year

    **HHS presents several options to integrate the economics/financial literacy requirement of the Ohio Core: Introduction to Business or Integrated Computer Applications (Business & Computer Science Dept.), Transitions or Independent Living (FCS Dept.), Economics (AP included) or a test-out option through US Government (Social Studies department)

     
     

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    Health           (1/2)

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Computer

    Science        (1/2)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Financial Literacy

    Found in several course options: Business Essentials or Integrated Computer Applications (Business & Computer Science Department), Transitions or Independent Living (Family & Consumer Sciences), Economics or a test-out option through US Government (Social Studies Department).

    Applied

    Arts               (1/2)

    Other

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    TOTAL

    CREDITS

    PER GRADE

    COMBINED

    TOTAL

    CREDITS

    EXPLORE

    PSAT

    PSAT- Oct.

     

     

     

     

    SAT/ACT-Spring

    Apply to college early

    Career- http://ocis.ode.state.oh.us,  Practice tests- www.mystudentedge.com (login info- user=st id#, pswd=birthdate dd/mm/yyyy)

    Naviance: https://succeed.naviance.com SAT- www.collegeboard.com, ACT- www.actstudent.org

     

    21 CREDITS MINIMUM FOR GRADUATION

    Minimum required # of credits needed to move to the next grade level: Completion of 9th gr.- 5 credits;

    completion of 10th gr.- 10 ½ credits; completion of 11th grade- 16 credits.