Photoshop, fashion design, theater and photography are some of the most popular electives. These are available in groups and 1-1.
Students can also receive credit for electives taken off campus for courses such as instrumental music (private lessons), dance, horseback riding, skiing, pilot training, driver’s ed., etc.
- This individual class is a beginning course for students interested in learning basic business concepts.
Child Care: (individual)
- This individual course includes, but is not limited to, child development, basic first aid, emergency procedures, cooking, meal planning, home management, and transportation.
- This individual course specifically focuses on foods. It will include techniques of food preparation, nutrition, planning, shopping, and safety guidelines.
Driver’s Ed/Traffic Safety: (off campus)
- This course taken off campus through an approved program that must include classroom instruction and practicum as well as successful completion of state requirements for driver’s license. The student will need the course certificate or the driver’s license as completion verification.
Fashion Design: (individual)
- This individual class is a beginning course for students interested in learning the elements of design such as a line, form, space, pattern, color, and light.
Fashion History 1 – 2: (individual)
- This individual class is a beginning course for student interested in learning Fashion history starting from the 1900’s through the present time.
Fashion Merchandising: (individual)
- This individual course is an intermediate course focusing on current fashion design and merchandising a line.
Fashion Survey: (individual)
- This individual class is a beginning course for students interested in learning basic design principles as they apply to make up, body types, room decor and fashion trends.
Fashion Textiles: (individual)
- This individual course is an advanced course focusing on fabrics and fabrications of textiles. Included in this are fibers, construction and finishes.
Home Economics: (individual)
- The student works individually with an instructor to focus on topics of interest. Possible topics include: finances, food, consumer awareness, home/environmental safety, legal documents, child development, family values, home decor, crafts, sewing, and carpentry.
- The student will receive credit for extensive study/practice of a his or her own religion. Different from Comparative Religion course. Graded P/F only.
Service Learning: (individual/group)
- Service projects for an individual student will be coordinated with consulting teacher and service hours will be verified by the organization supervising the volunteer work. Students may receive a letter grade if evaluated by a supervisor. The Service Learning Class goes on site to service organizations and participates in their projects and operation.
- This course specifically focuses on sewing. The student will work individually with a teacher. Possible topics may include fabric selection and pattern layout, as well as specific sewing techniques. The student will complete a variety of projects.
Study Skills: (individual)
- In this individual course students will learn how to complete teacher assigned work independently. During this period the teacher will assess the student’s skills by observation and address needs in this area. Skills include managing time, beginning and completing assignments and organizating thoughts and ideas.
Work Experience: (individual)
- Students must be 16 years of age or older to participate. Verification of work hours required and will be coordinated by the consulting teacher. Limited to one credit per semester and is considered an elective. Students may receive a letter grade if evaluated by a supervisor.
- In this group class, students will assemble the school’s yearbook. Activities include photography, research, creative writing, promotion, fund raising and creating layouts using Adobe InDesign. Principles of effective design are also studied.