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Letter to Students Parents Guardians, This Registration Handbook has been prepared by the Monticello High School staff and in it you will find. descriptions of the course offerings for the 2017 2018 school year Our program offers a wide variety of. classes which will both prepare you for your next level of education and help you become a responsible. and informed citizen Planning a high school program to meet your individual needs interests and abilities. requires a process involving many choices and decisions Because these choices are very important we. offer the following suggestions to help you, 1 Identify your interests and abilities Each student is unique and therefore should schedule. courses that will meet their current interests future needs and appropriate level of ability. 2 Get Advice Our staff members are the people that know our classes the best and in many. ways understand our student s abilities as well Asking teachers and counselors for help and. recommendations is very important Registration should be done with parents and guardians as. active participants, 3 Plan a balanced schedule Students that incorporate courses from a number of different. departments will receive a well rounded education This balance also maintains a students. interest while exposing them to a variety of teaching and learning styles. 4 Explore and experiment High School is the last opportunity for most students to try new. courses or explore areas of interest without additional costs Many of our students discover an. educational or career path through their experience in courses that were not part of the original. plan or required, 5 Career and College Ready All students have been introduced to MNCIS beginning in 8th grade. and can access this program throughout high school This includes Careers class in grade 11. MNCIS Minnesota Career Information System https mncis intocareers org. Preparing for options beyond high school can be explored under the topics of. Plan Course Planner Create a Career Plan Track Career Activities. Assessments Interest Inventory Assessments Affording my lifestyle inventory. Occupations Learn about occupations Compare Occupations. Education Learn about schools Compare schools Apply to schools Paying for school. Employment Create a resume Getting and keeping a job. My Portfolio Course planner Track applications Track career planning activities Practice College. Entrance Tests,6 Add Drop a class, Classes are formed schedules created and staff hired and assigned on the basis of student. registration Once this process is completed schedule changes are discouraged and in many. cases not possible Changes can only be honored if it is educationally best for the student and there. is room in the desired course Students who drop a class after the 10th day will receive an F on their. transcript for that class,GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS, All Students Students must successfully complete 8th grade attend high school for 4 years or 8 semesters. and acquire a minimum of 24 credits including required classes. Class of 2017 and beyond Be provided the opportunity to participate in a district provided college entrance exam in. grade 11 or grade 12,Testing Requirements, Minnesota public districts and schools including charter schools are required by the federal government to assess all. students in the required grades who are enrolled in the district during the state s testing window Students take one. test in each subject as shown in the table below Most students take the MCA but students who receive special. education services and meet alternate assessment eligibility criteria may take the MTAS. Subject Assessments,Reading Grade 10,Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment MCA. Minnesota Test of Academic Skills MTAS,Mathematics Grade 11. Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment MCA,Minnesota Test of Academic Skills MTAS. Science Grade 10,Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment MCA. Minnesota Test of Academic Skills MTAS, Additional opportunities offered to students in order to earn a Monticello High School diploma include. HOME SCHOOL STUDENT, Upon enrollment at Monticello High School students transferring from home school must provide. complete and detailed records including course descriptions and MCA Test results that. demonstrate completion of Monticello High School requirements Such students must enroll as a. fulltime student at Monticello High School during second semester of their senior year in order to. earn a diploma,EXCHANGE PROGRAMS, Exchange students will be enrolled with senior status and will receive a certificate of attendance. These students may participate in the graduation ceremony. Exchange students wishing to graduate with a MHS diploma need to meet MHS graduation. requirements see above In addition exchange students must state their intent to graduate from. Monticello High School in writing Exchange students must provide a transcript translated into. English from their home school Both the signed letter of intent and the transcript are to be. presented to the counseling office prior to the beginning of the school year. EARLY GRADUATION, Students in Monticello High School have the opportunity to graduate early based on completion of. graduation requirements school board policy and the criteria established in the Early Graduation. application process Interested Juniors must submit a letter of intent to the building principal. MONTICELLO HIGH SCHOOL,GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS,1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION. P E 9 1 semester 0 5 CREDIT,Grade 9 10 11 or 12 1 semester 0 5 CREDIT. Grade 10 11 or 12 1 semester 0 5 CREDIT,English 9 full year course 1 credit. English 10 full year course 1 credit, 11 Grade Intro to Literature 5 and Intro to Communication 5 CIS Communication 5 1 credit. English 1 credit choose from the following 1 credit. Choices Semester CIS Composition for College Writing Workshop Interpersonal. Communication World Literature Media Communications Drama Creative Writing Humanities. Science Fiction Fantasy Lit Writing Publications, Full year courses AP English Literature Composition. TOTAL ENGLISH CREDITS 4 CREDITS,4 SOCIAL STUDIES, Social Studies 9 9 grade full year course 1 credit. World History 10 10 grade full year course 1 credit. American History 11 grade full year course 1 credit. Economics 12 grade 5 credit,TOTAL SOCIAL STUDIES CREDITS 3 5 CREDITS. Physical Science 9 full year course 1 credit, General Biology OR Honors Biology full year course 1 credit. Chemistry Physics or Active Physics year long 1 credit. TOTAL SCIENCE CREDITS 3 CREDITS,6 MATHEMATICS, Three credits are required for graduation Minimum course requirement must include informal. algebra or algebra informal geometry or geometry algebra 2A 2B or Adv algebra 2 3 CREDITS. All 9 10 11 grade students must be enrolled in a math class. 7 COMPUTER APPLICATION 9 10 grade 0 5 CREDIT,th th th th. 8 TECHNOLOGY CLASS 9 10 11 or 12 grade 0 5 CREDIT, Choices Adv Computer Application Multimedia Web Design Digital. Video Photography Graphics or Engineering 1 2 CAD drafting Game Design Programming I. II Robotics,9 ART 1 CREDIT, Choices Intro to Art Ceramics 1 Choir Band Guitar 1 2 Orchestra CIS Fundamentals of Music Ceramic 2. Ceramics 3 Digital Art Sculpture Drawing Painting 1 CIS Drawing Painting 2 Digital. Video Photography Graphics Multimedia Web Page and Design. 10 CAREERS PLANNING PORTFOLIO BUILDING 11 grade 0 5 CREDIT. 11 ELECTIVES 6 5 CREDITS, TOTAL CREDITS NEEDED FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION 24 CREDITS. COURSES FOR COLLEGE CREDIT, The following courses offer post secondary college credit There are several options. 1 AP ADVANCED PLACEMENT, Specific outcomes are taught in these courses and a test is given in the spring A student who passes. the test may receive college credit or advanced placement consideration in college. 2 S2S SENIOR TO SOPHOMORE, Students are enrolled at St Cloud State and receive college credit for courses taken at Monticello High. School taught by Monticello High School teachers,3 CIS COLLEGE IN SCHOOLS. Students are enrolled at the University of Minnesota or Central Lakes College and earn credits upon the. successful completion of the class Courses are offered at Monticello High School and taught by MHS. Instructors,4 ARTICULATION, College credit is earned if the student attends that specific school listed on page 6 and has successfully. completed the classes with the grade requirement,5 TCC TECHNICAL COLLEGE CREDIT. Students earn St Cloud Technical College credits upon successful completion of second semester. COURSE COURSE NAME PAGE,1291 1292 AP English Literature Composition 16. 4291 4292 AP Calculus AB 26,4293 4294 AP Calculus BC 27. 3091 3092 AP Biology 35,3033 3034 AP Physics 35, 2641 2642 CIS Spanish University of MN Spanish 1003 first semester 5 credits and. Spanish 1004 second semester 5 credits 48, 1200 CIS Composition for College University of Minnesota Writing 1301 4 Credits 15. 2072 CIS Psychology University of Minnesota Psychology 1001 4 credits 37. 2030 CIS Economics Central Lakes College ECON 1450 American Economy. 3 credits 37, 6041 CIS Drawing Central Lakes College ARTS 1458 3 credits 8. 5052 CIS Weight Training Central Lakes College PE 1522 3 credits 32. 1115 CIS Speech Central Lakes College SPCH 1431 Communication Public Speaking. 3 credits 14, 4205 CIS Statistics Central Lakes College Math 1460 4 credits 26. 5505 CIS Fundamentals of Music Central Lakes College MU 1459 3 credits 30. 5170 CIS Business Marketing Central Lakes College MKTG 1011 Marketing Principles. 3 credits 11, CIS Wind Ensemble Central Lakes College MUSC 1408 Community Band. 1 Credit 30, CIS United States History to 1865 Central Lakes College HIST 1472 3 credits 38. CIS United States History from 1865 Central Lakes College HIST 1473 3 credits 38. CIS Choir Central Lakes College MUSC 1431 Chamber Singers 1 Credit 28. 3060 S2S Human Biology St Cloud State Univ Biol 103 3 credits 34. 3021 3022 S2S Chemistry St Cloud State University CHEM160 3 Credits 34. 3031 3032 S2S Physics St Cloud State University PHYS231 4 credits 35. 1863 1864 TCC Introduction to Engineering through Wright Tech 61. Approved NCAA Courses Used to note courses offering college credit. ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS,Anoka Ramsey Comm College,No Hennepin Com Coll. St Cloud Tech College,Anoka Tech College,College Credit. Opportunities For,Monticello High,Computer Aided Drafting IT. Adv Comp Aided Drafting IT,Culinary 1,Culinary 2,Family Living. Wright Technical Centers Articulations,Agreements, Automotive Technology Hennepin Technical College St Cloud Community and Technical College Anoka. Technical College and St Cloud State University, Construction Technology Hennepin Technical College St Cloud Community and Technical College Anoka. Technical College and St Cloud State University, Cosmetology Careers St Paul Technical College Aveda Institute Regency Beauty Institute Empire Schools. and Model College of Hair Design, Early Childhood Elementary Careers Hennepin Technical College St Cloud Community and Technical. Graphic Communications St Cloud Community and Technical College. Health Science Technology Nursing Assistant Anoka Ramsey Community College Anoka Technical. College Central Lakes College North Hennepin Community College St Cloud Technical Community College and. Hennepin Technical College, Law Enforcement First Responder Hibbing Technical College and Alexandria Technical Community College. Welding Technology Hennepin Technical College St Cloud Community and Technical College Dakota County. Technical College Ridgewater Technical College Riverland Community College Rochester Community Technical. College and South Central College,College Admissions Recommendations. Actual requirements vary,4 years English, 3 years Math minimum of 2nd year Algebra completed. 3 years Science,3 years Social Studies,2 years World Language single world language. 1 year Art i e music drama art etc,Division I Division II. 16 Core Course Rule,2008 and after 14 Core Courses. 16 Core Courses 3 years of English,4 years of English 2 years of Math Algebra 2 or. 3 years of Math Algebra 2 Higher,or Higher 2 years of natural physical. 2 years of natural physical Science 1 yr of lab if. Science 1 yr of lab if offered,offered 2 years of additional English. 1 year of additional Math or Science,English Math or Science 2 years of Social Science. 2 years of Social Science 3 years of additional courses. 4 years of additional from any area above foreign,courses from any area lang or non doctrinal. above foreign lang or religion philosophy,non doctrinal. religion philosophy,INTRODUCTION TO ART,Course 6010. Available for Grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, This art experience introduces students to the areas of design and composition planning drawing painting and. printmaking This class is recommended for students interested in art and for those who have the desire to learn skills. in visual arts The class will cover the basics of color theory design theory and art history. LAB FEE 20 00 Materials Needed Sketchbook,Course 6046. Grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 Sem,Course Description. Students will explore a variety of 3 dimensional media such as paper clay plaster paper mach wire and basket. weaving We will look at a variety of contemporary and classical artists for inspiration in developing relief sculpture. freestanding sculpture and collage projects, LAB FEE 20 00 May be asked to bring in items and found objects to enhance their work. Successful completion of Intro to Art would enhance the sculpture experience. DIGITAL ART,Course 6022,Grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 Sem. Course Description, Digital Art is an introduction to computer based art and the Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator programs Students will. explore different avenues of visual communication self expression and creative problem solving though the creation. of their fine art Emphasis is placed on the elements and principles of design throughout the course. Prerequisite Intro to Art,LAB FEE 5 00,CERAMICS I,Course 6020. Available for Grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, This course involves the construction of pottery utilizing the techniques of hand building such as slab coil and pinch. Students will advance to the wheel and create cylinders vases bowls and mugs They will learn basic ceramic. terminology information about various ceramic artists and a brief history of pottery. LAB FEE 20 00,CERAMICS II,Course 6026,Available for Grades 10 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, Students will learn different ceramic design techniques to incorporate into hand built and wheel projects They will. create functional and sculptural vases plates jars and other vessels with inspiration from different cultures. Prerequisite At least a C in Ceramics 1,LAB FEE 20 00. CERAMICS III,Course 6025,Available for Grades 10 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, Students will be required to achieve greater proficiency on the potter s wheel They will create forms of their choice. with inspiration from contemporary artists They will learn how to display their work and write an Artist Statement. revealing their inspiration and aesthetic in ceramic art. Prerequisite At least a C in Ceramics II,LAB FEE 20 00. Course 6040,Available for grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, This is a course to develop student s skills and confidence in drawing This course is offered for students who have. previously taken Introduction to Art Students will identify understand and use a variety of drawing tools as wells as. know the elements and principles of art Students will produce works of art to enjoy respect and value. Prerequisite Introduction to Art,LAB FEE 20 00 Materials Needed Sketchbook. CIS DRAWING,Course 6041,Available for Grades 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This is a course concerned with translation of three dimensional form into two dimensional visual expression The. student experiences a variety of drawing media Creative decision making is emphasized in the completion of. compositions in still life landscape figure and portrait subject matter Skills in aesthetic judgments and constructive. self criticism will be developed through group and individual critiques An introduction to historical national and. regional artists of various backgrounds is included This class is offered in collaboration with Central Lakes College. CIS Central Lakes College ARTS 1458 3 credits, Prerequisite Intro to Art and Drawing Juniors 3 0 GPA Seniors 2 5 GPA. Instructor signature required,LAB FEE 20 00 Materials Needed Sketchbook. PAINTING I,Course 6045,Available for grades 9 10 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This is a course to develop student s skills and confidence in painting This course is offered for students who have. previously taken Introduction to Art Students will identify understand and use a variety of painting tools as wells as. know the elements and principles of art Students will produce works of art to enjoy respect and value. Prerequisite Introduction to Art,LAB FEE 20 00 Materials Needed Sketchbook. PAINTING II,Course 6042,Available for Grades 10 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, Students will enhance their painting skills in tempera acrylic oil watercolor and ink paints They will develop. individual ideas and interests in visual image and composition layout Students will learn painting terminology. techniques in painting and information about various artists. Prerequisite Intro to Art and Painting,LAB FEE 20 00 Materials Needed Sketchbook. WRIGHT TECH COURSES OFFERED IN THIS AREA,COSMETOLOGY. Course 1811 1812,Available for Grades 11 12,Course Credit 1 CREDIT Semester. GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION,Course 1851 1852,Available for Grades 11 12. Course Credit 1 CREDIT Semester,See attached Wright Technical Center Handbook. BUSINESS EDUCATION,COMPUTER APPLICATIONS,Course 5100. Grades 9 10,Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description. This course is required for all students to take in either 9 or 10 grade in order to be successful in other high school. courses and competitive in the job market Computer Applications is designed to help students develop an. understanding of the fundamentals of technology devices and software The use and demonstration of various. technology tools including photo and video editing will be highlighted. LAB FEE 5 00,ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS,Course 5110. Grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description. This course is designed for students who have an interest in learning more about the computer software programs that. are used in many colleges and businesses In this hands on course students will use a variety of different software. programs and websites such as Word Excel PowerPoint Publisher and Photoshop Students will leave this class with. an in depth knowledge of how to use these programs to their fullest potential. Prerequisite Computer Applications,LAB FEE 5 00,MULTIMEDIA. Course 5120,Grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, Designed for students who has an interest in producing dynamic multimedia projects presentations and using various. technology devices and software This knowledge is essential if majoring in business to help develop stand out. projects for a career in business and advanced projects for college course assignments Video projects Photography. and photo editing voice and music editing developing pod casts and web pages are a few of the projects included. We use video cameras and green screen with Chroma key software Projects include a radio broadcast photography. projects photo editing and web page building and several fun video productions We will post all projects to the web. Meets Art Credit requirement or Technology credit,Prerequisite Computer Applications. LAB FEE NONE,WEB PAGE DESIGN,Course 5130,Grades 9 10 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This class builds on the skills developed in previous computer courses layout and design photo editing and learning. and applying different applications Web Design applications will be learned using HTML5 and Adobe web premium. Creating and posting pod casts will also be explored Coding skills will be developed in this class. Prerequisites Multimedia or Advanced Computer Applications or teacher signature. Meets Technology Credit,Prerequisite Computer Applications. LAB FEE NONE,CRIMINAL PERSONAL LAW,Course 5140,Grades 10 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This class is designed to teach students about the criminal and personal law system and how it affects the innocent. the guilty and society as a whole Tort law contract law the US Supreme Court and the jury system will be examined. A mock trial or debate will be held in this class This course is recommended for students considering a career in the. legal field or students interested in knowing more about how laws affect them as citizens Field trip s are a part of. the class past trips have been to the MN Supreme Court CSI The Experience a crime scene forensics. exhibit court room visits etc,ACCOUNTING,Course 5150. Grades 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description. This course will give students a thorough background in the basic accounting procedures used to operate a business. Students will learn how transactions in the accounting cycle should be handled by doing realistic problems and. projects for businesses Computerized Accounting is also explored during this course Many activities in this course. would be applicable to individual needs in keeping accurate records for personal information The accounting. procedures will serve as a sound background for employment in various companies and preparation for studying. Business in college,LAB FEE 5 00,BUSINESS AND MARKETING. Course 5160,Grades 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, If you want to find out how successful companies and organizations accomplish their goals this class is for you It will. explore the activities involved in the marketing advertising and development of products services images and ideas. This course is a great exploration into the world of business and is an important step for those considering careers in. the business field or for those thinking about starting a business. CIS BUSINESS AND MARKETING,Course 5170,Grades 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 Sem,Course Description, This course is offered in collaboration with Central Lakes College Students have the opportunity to earn 3 college. credits through Central Lakes College, This course provides a foundation of marketing concepts for the student In this course we will explore the activities. involved in marketing advertising distributing and pricing of products and services Students will explore how different. businesses have become successful Students will also have a chance to be paired with a mentor in the business. CIS Central Lakes College MKTG 1011 Marketing Principles 3 credits. WRIGHT TECH COURSES,ON THE JOB TRAINING,Course 1896 1897. Available Grades 12 ONLY,Course Credit 1 CREDIT Semester. YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP,Course 1898 1899,Available Grades 12 ONLY. Course Credit 1 CREDIT Semester,CREATING ENTERPENUERIAL OPPORTUNITIES. Course 1781 1782,Available Grades 12 ONLY,Course Credit 1 CREDIT Semester. See Attached Wright County Technical Center Handbook. Course 0901 0902,Available for Grades 9,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, The goals of the ninth grade curriculum are to develop students reading and writing abilities and prepare students for. all future English classes Grammar and sentence writing strategies are studied throughout the year and essay writing. skills are utilized to improve students writing and reading skills Students in 9 grade will complete an ongoing. autobiography to improve their writing skills Poetry short stories and nonfiction stories will be used to learn literary. terms and analyses Two inter disciplinary units drive additional study creating public service announcements during. an energy unit and building logic and reasoning skills during a forensic unit The novel To Kill a Mockingbird is studied. to analyze characters and theme while studying an influential historical period and perspective Further historical. analysis will be gathered through the use of multiple non fiction texts by Martin Luther King Jr among other influential. authors Contemporary novels in literature circles allow students to dig deeply into a text and work within a group. setting The year concludes with a drama unit featuring Romeo and Juliet. ENGLISH 10,Course 1001 1002,Available for Grades 10. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This course has been developed to give students new and positive attitudes toward literature writing critical thinking. and speaking Topics include the study of novels short stories and essays the writing of research papers using. internal documentation research skills grammar study and conventions of standard English paragraph and essay. writing using the writing process vocabulary and word study critical reading individual and group presentations. Students will also be practicing and preparing for the Minnesota State Reading MCA Test given in 10 grade. INTRO TO LITERATURE,Course 1100,Available for Grades 11. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This course seeks to explore the ethics and origin of our Modern World by practicing the process of literary analysis. Skills covered in this course include vocabulary essay writing and revision close reading of complex texts terms of. literature and theme discussions Texts include film poetry novel essay and short story. INTRO TO COMMUNICATION,Course 1110,Available for Grades 11. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This beginning course in communication emphasizes the selection preparation and delivery of a number of different. types of speeches Other major areas of study are non verbal communication group discussion development of. listening skills composition and visual aid graphic design Speeches written tests and assignments will be a. significant part of this course,CIS COMMUNICATION PUBLIC SPEAKING. Course 1115,Available for Grade 11,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, This course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles of effective public speaking. focusing on informative and persuasive techniques Topics included are topic selection and research development. message and argument construction audience and occasion analysis. critical thinking and evaluation outlining and structure and delivery and presentation skills. Central Lakes College,Prerequisites Juniors 3 0 GPA. CIS Central Lakes College SPCH 1430 Communication Public Speaking 3 credits. INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION,Course 1210,Available for Grades 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This class will focus on communication interaction speaking and listening skills Concepts covered include. communication patterns self concept perception emotions relationships and conflict resolution Students will be. graded on essay tests presentations and projects,MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS. Course 1220,Available for Grades 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, This course will develop media literacy skills for students living in the modern world of technology Students will contemplate. what it means to live a purposeful productive life in our technologically evolving world We will interact with various forms of. media including documentaries non fiction and entertainment media to assess how technology can both contribute to and. detract from our lives This course addresses writing reading and communication skills. Course 1250,Available for Grades 9 10 11 12,Course Credit Earned 5 sem. Course Description, Drama class involves analyzing plays and their characters to come to an understanding of the intricacies involved in. creating dramatic action Students will develop acting roles and read and analyze plays ranging from Shakespeare to. the present Students will work on improvisation voice and diction as well as character analysis as a means to hone. acting skills Students will be expected to memorize block and act scenes Ultimately they will put together an acting. recital as a final There will be written and performance based assessments. PUBLICATIONS WRITING,Course 1225 1226,Avaliable for Grades 11 12. Course Credit Earned 5 sem,Course Description, This is an authentic 21 century learning experience that allows students to develop real world marketable skills such. as sports journalism feature writing layout and graphic design photography social media marketing sales and. media ethics The purpose of this class is to create tangible products such as the school activities website the school. yearbook and other print and digital publications Engish teacher signature required. Prerequisites The student must be in the top 50 of his her graduation class.
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