Other High School Courses
Program Goals & Objectives:
- Students will develop a better understanding of what leadership is, the skills it takes to lead as well as being a contributing team member.
- Students will learn about themselves, what they are capable of and what they can accomplish when they set their mind to it. They will grow as team players, creative thinkers, effective communicators and capable citizens. Yes, this will involve speeches/presentations!
- Leadership will extend the student’s sense of community, open their eyes to their potential, and provides opportunities for them to share their successes. Students will begin to see how they can shape events rather than be shaped by them.
- Students will have the opportunity to be a mentor as well as a mentee. (Lots of volunteer opportunities in this class)
- New in the 2015-2016 School Year: We are taking over Students Union! Students will have the opportunity to shape their school and get more involved in various committees.
Module Opportunities Include:
HSS 1030 – Communication Skills for Health Professionals
HSS 1050 – Intro to Mentorship
HSS 1080 – Leadership Fundamentals 1
HSS 1090 – Speaking & Presenting
HSS 1910 – Project A
HSS 2030 – Perspectives on Interpersonal Relationships
HSS 2050 – Becoming a Mentor
HSS 2080 – Leadership Fundamentals 2
HSS 2910/2920– HSS Project B & C
HSS 3090 – Governance and Leadership
HSS 3080 – Leadership Fundamentals 3
HSS 3050 – Becoming a Mentee
HSS 3060 – Extending the Mentoring Relationship
HSS 3910 – HSS Project D
Additional Credits Available:
HSS 2950 – Int. Practicum
HSS 3920 – Project E
HSS 3950 – Adv. Practicum
Outdoor Education 10/20/30
The purpose of this course is to develop better relationships between students and the environment, and to encourage them in developing skills and attributes which will make them better stewards of the environment. CTS Wildlife is also an excellent opportunity in career exploration for students interested in eco-tourism, wildlife, biology, outfitting, or for students with personal interest in the outdoors, hunting, fishing, and camping.
It must be noted from the onset that activities in this course include writing, reading, researching, planning, working individually and in small groups, taking survival, first aid and safety seriously, camping, sleeping outdoors, using port-a-potties, cooking and eating over a campfire, being around bugs and possibly wild animals, possibly camping in the rain and snow for days at a time, going for several days without a shower, electricity or computer access, and actually doing some work.
Module Opportunities Include:
WLD 1010 – Intro to Wildlife
WLD 1020 – Wildlife Diversity
WLD 1060 – Navigation
WLD 1100 – Cooking Theory
WLD 1130 – Survival Skills
WLD 2040 – Spaces & species
WLD 2090 – Issues in Wildlife
WLD 2100 – Outdoor Cooking
WLD 2910 – WLD Project B
WLD 2130 – Outdoor Excursion
(PE 20 – 3 Credits)
WLD 3020 – Wildlife Protection & Stewardship
WLD 3130 – Outdoor Leadership
WLD 3090 – Analyzing issues in Wildlife
WLD 3910 – WLD Project D
WLD 3920 – WLD Project E
(PE 30 – 3 Credits)
Additional Credits Possible:
WLD 1070 – Hunter’s Ed
WLD 1080 – Fishing Ed
WLD 1090 – Boating License
Sports Performance 10/20/30
High intensity skills development for the student interested in or committed to a Physical Fitness and Sport. In this course students will focus on the application on knowledge, skills and techniques to enhance athletic performance. The course topics will include: Human and Anatomy and Physiology fitness program development, fitness analysis, specific sport training, current fitness trends, goal setting, nutrition for daily living and sport performance, and others. The course will have some classroom instruction with the majority of the class focused on practical experiences.
Prerequisite: 5 Credits of PED 10
CALM - Career and Life Management
CALM is a core course required of all Senior High Students for graduation. The program will provide students with opportunities to develop and practice life skills through learning experiences.
Students will have the opportunity to:
- Realistically set and plan for personal goals
- Assess and consider their own abilities
- Determine how their personal characteristics affect their learning and decision-making processes
- Test their ideas and current expectations in a non-judgmental and safe environment
- The curriculum is structured into three interrelated core themes:
- personal and interpersonal challenges
- career explorations
- financial planning and consumer choices
Special Project 10/20/30
This program is designed to allow students to engage in the in-depth study, of an area or field, which is not provided for in the school program but is of specific interest to the student. Students, in consultation with school administration and a cooperating teacher, design their own program of study.
Special Projects perform two main functions
1. Students become involved in the selection, planning and organization of their own programs.
2. Students pursue activities in which they have considerable interest ability but which are not within the scope of the regular curriculum or the programs being offered in the school.
Requirements for special project credits are:
1. Each project shall be carried out under the supervision of a teacher.
2. Students are required to submit a clearly planned proposal to the principal for approval.
The proposal should include:
A description or outline of the project, the number of hours of work expected to complete the project, a method by which the project will be carried out, description of the expected result, the evaluation procedures as outlined by a teacher, an expected completion date.
Work Experience 15,25,35
Work experience provides an opportunity for students to discover their career interests and aptitudes in a real work situation. Students, starting at the Grade 10 level, are offered two five credit courses: Work Experience 25 and 35.
Prerequisite: HSC 3000 and 3010.