CVHS Course Catalog (A-Z)

Advanced Individualized Lifetime Activites

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V7111
  • Q2 - V7122
USOE Course Code:
  •  25010000020
Description:

Elective credit class which provides advanced instruction in lifetime sports activities and fitness for students who have completed the core-required Individualized Lifetime Fitness course.  Students will learn healthy habits of body and mind that will lead to a healthier lifestyle.  They will measure their beginning fitness level and nutrition knowledge, and create an individual plan for achieving their goals. This course may be applied towards a PE elective.

Note:  If you are completing this course in an online lab setting, there will be physical activities that will be required to complete outside the classroom setting.

Credits:  .50

American Problems (Current Issues)

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6391
  • Q2 - V6402
  • Q3 - V6413
  • Q4 - V6424
USOE Course Code:
  •  9060000030
Description:

Students will become aware of the challenges faced by social groups, as well as learn about the complex relationship among societies, governments and the individual.  Each unit is focused on a particular area of concern, often within a global context.  Possible solutions at both the structural level as well as that of the individual will be examined.  Students will not only learn more about how social problems affect them personally, but begin to develop the skills necessary to help make a difference in their own lives and communities, not to mention globally.

Credits:  .50/1.0

Art Foundations 1

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V1051
  • Q2 - V1062 
USOE Course Code:
  • 2010000060 
Description:

This course provides an introduction to fundamental techniques and concepts of representational and expressive drawing within a variety of media. Emphasis is on object representation, spatial illusion, and the organization of structural relationships in two-dimensional space.

Credits .50

Astronomy

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V3091
  • Q2 - V3102
USOE Course Code:
  •  8060000010
Description:

This course will introduce students to the study of astronomy, including its history and development, basic scientific laws of motion and gravity, the concepts of modern astronomy, and the methods used by astronomers to learn more about the universe. Additional topics include the solar system, the Milky Way and other galaxies, and the sun and stars. Using online tools, students will examine the life cycle of stars, the properties of planets, and the exploration of space. 

Credits:  .50

Basic Digital Photography I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V1071
  • Q2 - V1082
USOE Course Code:
  •  40130000012
Description:

**Student MUST have a digital camera with manual settings.
Have you ever wondered how photographers take such great pictures? Have you tried to take photographs and wondered why they didn't seem to capture that moment that you saw with your eyes? The Digital Photography I course focuses on the basics of photography, including building an understanding of aperture, shutter speed, lighting, and composition to create art. Students will be introduced to the history of photography and basic camera functions. Students will use the basic techniques of composition and camera functions to build a portfolio of images, capturing people, landscapes, close-up, and action photographs.

Minimum equipment requirements for this course are cameras with adjustable Mode settings.

Camera Guide: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/digital-cameras.htm
Camera Explanation Video: https://www.cnet.com/topics/cameras/buying-guide/

Credits:  .50

Basic Digital Photography II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V1091
  • Q2 - V1102 
USOE Course Code:
  •  40130000012
Description:

**Student MUST have a digital camera with manual settings.
In today's world, photographs are all around us, including in advertisements, on websites, and hung on our walls as art. Many of the images that we see have been created by professional photographers. In this course, we will examine various aspects of professional photography, including the ethics of the profession, and examine some of the areas in which professional photographers may choose to specialize, like wedding and product photography. We will also learn more about some of the most respected professional photographers in history, and we will learn how to critique photographs in order to better understand what creates an eye-catching photograph. Prerequisite: Basic Digital Photography I.

Minimum equipment requirements for this course are cameras with adjustable Mode settings.

Camera Guide: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/digital-cameras.htm
Camera Explanation Video: https://www.cnet.com/topics/cameras/buying-guide/

Credits:  .50

Biology

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V3111
  • Q2 - V3122
  • Q3 - V3133
  • Q4 - V3144
USOE Course Code:
  •  8020000010
Description:

This course addresses key concepts and processes from chemistry, cells, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, genetics, and DNA. The scientific method and foundational chemistry facts are presented to assist students in the study of biology. This course also addresses key concepts and processes of evolution, classification, ecology, and human anatomy. An overview of human body systems, as well as, defining structures of bacteria, protists, fungi, plants, and animals are also explored.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Business Communication I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 – V8011
  • Q2 - V8022
USOE Course Code:
  •  32020000110
CIP Code:
  •  52.0511
Description:

Students explore business communication, including letters, memos, electronic communication, written reports, oral presentations, and interpersonal communication.  Resumes, application letters, interviewing tips, and employment follow-up are also covered.

Credits:  .50

Chemistry (With Lab)

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V3151
  • Q2 - V3162
  • Q3 - V3173
  • Q4 - V3184
USOE Course Code:
  •  8030000012
Description:

This course addresses key concepts and processes from states of matter, atomic theory, organization of the periodic table, types of chemical bonds and reactions, the naming and formulae of chemicals, chemical reactions, and stoichiometry. The field of chemistry in relation to the scientific method is also explained. This course also addresses properties of solids, liquids, and gases, state changes, solutions, flow of energy, enthalpy, heat, entropy and free energy, rates of reactions, equilibrium, acid-base theories, oxidation and reduction, electromagnetic cells, functional groups, polymerization, biochemicals, and nuclear chemistry. The course explores concepts through lessons, labs and videos. *Students may be required to attend labs after regular school hours as arranged with instructor.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Comparative World Religions

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6131
  • Q2 - V6142
USOE Course Code:
  •  9050000100
Description:

Throughout the ages, religions from around the world have shaped political, social, and cultural aspects of societies. This course is an introduction to major religions that have played a role in human history, including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Shintoism, and Taoism. Students will trace the major developments in these religions and explore their relationships with social institutions and culture.

Credits:  .50 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Computer Technology

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V8071
  • Q2 - V8082
USOE Course Code:
  •  5040000001
Description:

 An introduction to computer application software that includes word processing, spreadsheet, database, and telecommunications. An awareness of career opportunities, business ethics, and trends is included. This course can also count as CTE credit.

Credits:  .50

Creative Writing I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4111
  • Q2 - V4122
  • Q3 - V4133
  • Q4 - V4144
USOE Course Code:
  •  6010000120
Description:

For hundreds of years, literature has been one of the most important human art forms. It gives voice to our
emotions, creates imaginary worlds and expresses ideas. This course provides students with a solid grounding in the writing process, from finding inspiration to building a basic story to using complicated literary techniques and creating strange hybrid forms of prose poetry. By the end of this course, students will learn how to discover their creative thought and turn those ideas into fully realized pieces of creative writing.

Credits: 1.0

Driver Education

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V0211
USOE Course Code:
  •  15000000020
Description:

This course is the online component of the instruction for Driver Education. On-road and range driving experiences are also required before and after school and on Saturdays.  Registration is based on each student’s 16th birthday.  Successful completion of this curse may lead to the acquisition of a valid Utah Driver’s license.  A fee is required prior to participation in this course.

Credits:  .25

Earth Systems

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V3191
  • Q2 - V3202
  • Q3 - V3213
  • Q4 - V3224
USOE Course Code:
  •  8040000010
Description:

Students will learn about the materials which compose Earth, the rock cycle and types of rocks, Earth's resources, formation and movement of soil, glaciers, deserts, and alluvial landscapes, earthquakes, volcanoes, plate tectonics, mountain building, and geologic time.  Topics including the ocean floor, seafloor sediments, waves, tides, and shoreline processes, characteristics of the atmosphere, precipitation, air pressure and wind, storms, climate, early astronomy, Earth-Moon-Sun interactions, and our Solar System are also presented. Laboratory concepts appear via video. Students explore careers in Earth Science and learn about key scientists.

Credits: 1.0

English Language Arts 10

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4191
  • Q2 - V4202
  • Q3 - V4213
  • Q4 - V4224
USOE Course Code:
  •  6020000050
Description:

This course helps students develop skills in grammar, punctuation, word usage, spelling, vocabulary and communications skills, such as giving speeches, using visual aids, and workplace communications. This course also focuses on strategies for reading comprehension, explains the writing process, helps students compose personal narratives and literary responses, and provides instruction on perspective and argument.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

English Language Arts 11

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4231
  • Q2 - V4242
  • Q3 - V4253
  • Q4 - V4264
USOE Course Code:
  •  6020000060
Description:

In this course, students continue to develop skills in grammar, punctuation, word usage, spelling, vocabulary, and communication. This course also teaches students about complex writing processes, types of writing, reading strategies, study skills, and modes of reasoning. Additionally, students read works from different periods of American literature and examine these texts to learn about various literary devices, forms, styles, techniques, and influences.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

English Language Arts 12

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4271
  • Q2 - V4282
  • Q3 - V4293
  • Q4 - V4304
USOE Course Code:
  •  6020000070
Description:

In this course students continue to develop skills in grammar, punctuation, word usage, spelling, vocabulary, and communication. This course also teaches students about complex writing processes, types of writing, reading strategies, study skills, and modes of reasoning. Additionally, students read works from different periods of British literature and examine these texts to learn about various literary devices, forms, styles, techniques, and influences.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

English Language Arts 9

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4151
  • Q2 - V4162
  • Q3 - V4173
  • Q4 - V4184
USOE Course Code:
  •  6020000040
Description:

This course addresses strategies for reading comprehension, recognition of text structure in exposition and narrative, knowledge of different genres of text, steps for writing an essay and applying the five-step writing process. The course also addresses basic skills in grammar, punctuation, word usage, spelling, vocabulary, and research and explains how to punctuate and manipulate sentences to produce more effective writing.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Entrepreneurship for Business

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 –  V8111
  • Q2  - V8122
USOE Course Code:
  •  32020000220
CIP Code:
  •  52.0621
Description:

Students explore business in global society, learning terminology, concepts, systems, strategies, and current issues.  Topics include the business environment, ethics, entrepreneurship and global business, management, marketing, production, information systems, and financial elements.

Credits:  .50

Environmental Science

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V3231
  • Q2 - V3242
  • Q3 - V3253
  • Q4 - V3264
USOE Course Code:
  •  8040000020
Description:

This course presents relationships between organisms and how they relate to the functioning of ecosystems. Students learn the key concepts and processes of nutrient cycling, biomes, pollution, energy resources, and habitat destruction. The course also covers ways to promote biodiversity and create a sustainable future.

Credits: 1.0

Exploring Computer Science

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V8231
  • Q2 - V8242
USOE Course Code:  35020000007
Description:

Exploring Computer Science is designed to introduce students to the breadth of the field of computer science through an exploration of engaging and accessible topics.  Rather than focusing the entire course on learning particular software tools or programming languages, the course is designed to focus the conceptual ideas of computing and help students understand why certain tools or languages might be utilized to solve particular problems.  The goal of Exploring Computer Science is to develop in students the computational thinking practices or algorithm development, problem solving and programming within the context of problems that are relevant to the lives of today's students.  Students will also be introduced to topics such as interface design, limits of computers and societal and ethical issues. 

Credits:  .50

Financial Literacy

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V2011
  • Q2 - V2022
USOE Course Code:
  •  1000000100
Description:

How do our personal financial habits affect our financial future? How can we make smart decisions with our money in the areas of saving, spending, and investing? This course introduces students to basic financial habits such as setting financial goals, budgeting, and creating financial plans. Students will learn more about topics such as taxation, financial institutions, credit and saving, and investing. This course addresses issues surrounding consumer protection, risk management, identity theft and how careers and educational choices influence personal income and finances.

Credits:  .50

French I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4311
  • Q2 - V4322
  • Q3 - V4333
  • Q4 - V4344
USOE Course Code:
  •  3030000011
Description:

Students join various native French speakers as they offer a lively introduction to their language and rich culture.  New words and phrases are introduced with pictures, audio clips and examples.  After one semester, students engage in conversational French introducing themselves and exchanging basic information with others.  Students also explore cultures of Canada and other French-speaking countries. Bon Voyage!

Credits:  1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

French II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4351
  • Q2 - V4362
  • Q3 - V4373
  • Q4 - V4384
USOE Course Code:
  •  3030000021
Description:

Students join various native French speakers as they continue on their second-year journey through rich language and culture.  They navigate French communicative skills with a heavy emphasis on listening and comprehension, in addition to speaking, reading and writing.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Geography for Life

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6151
  • Q2 - V6162
  • Q3 - V6173
  • Q4 - V6184
USOE Course Code:
  •  9040000030
Description:

This course addresses key concepts of physical and cultural geography and focuses on basic themes of world geography: location, place and human interaction with the physical environment; impact of human movement, ideas, and things; and comparisons within and between regions.  Students will use critical, causal, interpretive and reflective thinking skills through observation, reading, writing, listening, speaking, and problem solving.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Health Education II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V7011
  • Q2 - V7022
USOE Course Code:
  •  4010000010
Description:

This course addresses topics in mental health, social health, nutrition, physical fitness, substance abuse, human development, and disease prevention. The course emphasizes the physical and emotional benefits of making healthful choices and discusses consequences of unhealthful behaviors. Critical thinking is encouraged through the use of open-ended questions, assessments, and videos that present real-life situations.

Credits: .50

Introduction to Philosophy

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6191
  • Q2 - V6202
USOE Course Code:
  •  9090000902
Description:

This course will take you on an adventure covering more than 2,500 years! You'll meet odd characters like a
man who hung out on street corners, barefoot and dirty, pestering everyone with questions, and another who climbed inside a stove to think about whether he existed. Despite odd behavior, philosophers of the Western world are among the most brilliant and influential thinkers of all time. As you learn about these great thinkers, you'll learn how many of the fundamental ideas of Western Civilization originated. You'll also get a chance to ask yourself some of the same questions these great thinkers pondered. By the time you've "closed the book" on this course, you will have a better understanding of philosophical systems and ways of thinking.

Credits:  .50 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Lifetime Fitness/Personal Fitness for Life

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V7031
  • Q2 - V7042
USOE Course Code:
  •  4020000030
Description:

Students will start by assessing their physical condition. They will keep a workout log to measure progress. In addition, they will have a great personal trainer (their teacher) who will help them set realistic goals.

Note:  If you are completing this course in an online lab setting, there will be physical activities that will be required to complete outside the classroom setting.

Credits:  .50

Modern Mathematics

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5231
  • Q2 - V5242
  • Q3 - V5253
  • Q4 - V5264
USOE Course Code:
  •  7070000080
Description:

This course reinforces existing algebra and geometry skills and explores concepts students will need to master in order to further their study of mathematics. Prerequisites: Secondary Math I.

Credits: 1.0

PE Participation Skills & Techniques

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V7051
  • Q2 - V7062
USOE Course Code:
  •  04020000060
Description:
This course is designed to develop skills and techniques in a variety of team and individual sports as well as improvement in personal fitness. This class is required for graduation.

Note:  If you are completing this course in an online lab setting, there will be physical activities that will be required to complete outside the classroom setting.

Credits:  .50

Physics (With Lab)

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V3311
  • Q2 - V3322
  • Q3 - V3333
  • Q4 - V3344
USOE Course Code:
  •  8060000020
Description:

This course addresses concepts of mechanics, wave behavior and thermodynamics, Newton's laws of motion, thermal properties of matter, and thermodynamic systems. Students will learn about electricity, magnetism, optics, interactions among electric charges, properties of electric and magnetic fields and forces, and the characteristics of electromagnetic waves. Some of the basic concepts of quantum physics are presented as well. An understanding of Algebra and Trigonometry is required. Students must be able to attend labs after regular school hours as arranged with instructor.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Political Science I - Criminal Investigation

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6431
  • Q2 - V6442
USOE Course Code:
  •  9060000100
Description:

Students examine the process of identifying and arresting criminal suspects, laws, types of crimes and offenses, and preparing for court.  They study the history of criminal investigation and explore the relationship between investigation and the courtroom process by examining case law.

Credits:  .50

Political Science II – Introduction to Legal Studies

CSD Course Code:
  • Q3 - V6453
  • Q4 - V6464
USOE Course Code:
  •  9060000100
Description:

Society has laws that its citizens must follow.  From traffic laws to regulations on how government operates, laws help provide order and structure.  Our lives are guided and regulated by our society’s legal expectations.  Consumer laws help protect us from faulty goods; criminal laws help protect society from those who harm others; and family law handles issues that arise in areas such as divorce and child custody.  This course focuses on the creation and application of laws in various areas of society.  By understanding our court system and how laws are carried out, we become more informed and responsible citizens in our communities and nation.

Credits:  .50

Pre-calculus

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5051
  • Q2 - V5062
  • Q3 - V5073
  • Q4 - V5084
USOE Course Code:
  •  07040000020
Description:

This course presents students with a formal study of functions, an analysis of sequences and series, counting principles, the binomial theorem, and probability. Students will use technology to employ multiple approaches to problem solving and data modeling. This course also includes topics on trigonometry, parametric curves, the polar coordinate system, and complex numbers in polar form. Students will solve problems using the Laws of Sines and Cosines and will also analyze vectors and conics, study systems of equations and matrices, and solve systems using matrices. Limits and continuity are introduced. Prerequisites: Mastery of Secondary Math III.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Psychology I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6211
  • Q2 - V6222
USOE Course Code:
  •  9070000010
Description:

Topics include the study of infancy, childhood, adolescence, perception and states of consciousness.  Learn about emotions, personality theories, therapies, and mental disorders.  Interesting online research dealing with our own personal behavior is featured within this course. Through this highly interactive course students acquire an understanding and appreciation of human behavior, interaction, and human development.

Credits:  .50 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Psychology II - Living in a Complex World

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6231
  • Q2 - V6242
USOE Course Code:
  •  9070000010
Description:

Enrich the quality of your life by learning to understand the actions of others! Topics include memory, intelligence, emotion, health, stress and personality. This course features online psychology experiments involving the world around us. Through this highly interactive course students will acquire an understanding of and an appreciation for human behavior, behavior interaction, and the progressive development of individuals.

Credits:  .50 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Secondary Math I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5091
  • Q2 - V5102
  • Q3 - V5113
  • Q4 - V5124
USOE Course Code:
  •  7080000090
Description:

This course teaches students how to simplify expressions and solve linear equations, introduces basic geometric terms and logic, reasoning, and proof and addresses linear equations in a graphical sense, and parallel and perpendicular lines, first from an algebraic perspective, followed by proving associated theorems using geometry.  This course also teaches students how to solve proportions, use square roots, explore exponents, simplify polynomials, factor and solve quadratic equations, and apply these skills to geometry topics such as quadrilaterals, polygons, area, and volume.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Secondary Math I Honors

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5271h
  • Q2 - V5282h
  • Q3 - V5293h
  • Q4 - V5304h
USOE Course Code:
  •  7080000095
Description:

The main focus of Secondary Mathematics I H is to formalize and extend the mathematics that students learn in the middle grades.  Students will depend their understanding of linear relationships, in part by contrasting them with exponential relationships, and in part by applying linear models to data that exhibit a linear trend.  Properties and theorems involving congruent figures will be used to deepen and extend understanding of geometric knowledge.  Vectors and matrices, additional Pre-Calculus topics, will also be studied in the honors class so as to prepare students to take AP Calculus upon successful completion of Secondary Math III H.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Secondary Math II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5131
  • Q2 - V5142
  • Q3 - V5153
  • Q4 - V5164
USOE Course Code:
  •  7080000100
Description:

This course teaches students about linear equations and inequalities, functions and families of functions, triangles, and how to apply their knowledge to solve systems and prove theorems. This course also teaches students about geometrical relationships in triangles and plane figures, special right triangles, basic trigonometry, radicals, polynomials, rational equations, probability and statistics.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Secondary Math II Honors

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5311h
  • Q2 - V5322h
  • Q3 - V5333h
  • Q4 - V5334h
USOE Course Code:
  •  7080000105
Description:

The main focus of Secondary Mathematics II is on quadratic expressions, equations, and functions and comparing their characteristics and behavior to those of linear and exponential relationships.  Extension of the set of rational numbers and real and complex numbers are introduced so that all quadratics equations can be solved.  Students will explore conditional probability and counting methods in making and evaluating decisions.  The study of similarity, Pythagorean relationships, and circles will tie back to quadratics with their quadratic algebraic representations.  The Fundamental Theorem of algebra, along with the additional probability and geometric concepts, will also be studied in the honors class so as to prepare students to take AP Calculus upon successful completion of Secondary III H.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Secondary Math III

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5171
  • Q2 - V5182
  • Q3 - V5193
  • Q4 - V5204
USOE Course Code:
  •  07080000110
Description:

The main focus of Secondary Mathematics III is for students to make connections and apply the concepts they learned in Secondary I and II. Students will apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data. They will expand their knowledge of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions. Students will further develop their study of right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles. Finally, they will create geometric and functional models to solve contextual problems.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Secondary Math III Honors

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V5351h
  • Q2 - V5362h
  • Q3 - V5373h
  • Q4 - V5384h
USOE Course Code:
  •  07080000115
Description:

The main focus of Secondary Mathematics III H is for students to make connections and apply the concepts they learned in Secondary Mathematics I and Secondary Mathematics II.  Students will apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data.  They will expand their knowledge of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions.  Students will further develop their study of right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles.  Finally, they will create geometric and functional models to solve contextual problems.  In the honors class, students will extend Secondary Mathematics III concepts to include polynomials with complex numbers, work with the Binomial Theorem, apply laws of trigonometry, and use further extended probability concepts.  These extra topics will prepare students to take AP Calculus upon successful completion of Secondary Mathematics III H.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Sociology I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6251
  • Q2 - V6262
USOE Course Code:
  •  9080000001
Description:

How do a person’s beliefs, values and behavior affect the people around them and the world in which we live? Students will examine basic theories of interaction, culture, socialization and social problems in our
increasingly connected world, and learn how human relationships can strongly influence and impact their lives. Exciting online video journeys to areas in the sociological world are an important component of this engaging course.

Credits:  .50 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Sociology II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6271
  • Q2 - V6282
USOE Course Code:
  •  9080000001
Description:

Sociology is the study of people, social life and society. By developing a "sociological imagination" students will be able to examine how society itself shapes human action and beliefs, and how in turn these factors re-shape society itself. Fascinating online videos journeys will not only inform students, but motivate them to still seek more knowledge on their own. Prerequisite: Sociology I

Credits:  .50 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Spanish I

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4511
  • Q2 - V4522
  • Q3 - V4533
  • Q4 - V4544
USOE Course Code:
  •  3070000011
Description:

Students will learn basic Spanish grammar to help build their fluency and understanding. There are many opportunities to practice what they learn through interactive practice activities in the form of games, written practice, listening, and speaking exercises.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Spanish II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4551
  • Q2 - V4562
  • Q3 - V4573
  • Q4 - V4584
USOE Course Code:
  •  3070000021
Description:

The purpose of this course is to strengthen Spanish listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Students will also experience the beauty and expressiveness of a language that is shared by different people and cultures throughout the world. Prerequisites: Spanish I.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Spanish III

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V4591
  • Q2 - V4602
  • Q3 - V4613
  • Q4 - V4624
USOE Course Code:
  •  3070000031
Description:

In this course, students will have many opportunities to perfect the Spanish they learned in previous courses. They will have the chance to further expand their vocabulary and learn about Spanish-speaking countries. Prerequisites: Spanish I and II.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

Study Skills

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V0221
  • Q2 - V0232
USOE Course Code:
  •  25020000010
Description:

In this course, students learn and apply social and academic skills and strategies.  This class may cover the following areas:  Organization, time management, reading strategies, test taking, study strategies, note taking, academic tracking communication and goal setting, learning and interest assessments.

Credits: .50

United States Government and Citizenship

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6291
  • Q2 - V6302
USOE Course Code:
  •  9060000020
Description:

This course covers the foundations of American government, political behavior, and the three branches of the federal government.

Credits:  .50 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

United States History II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6311
  • Q2 - V6322
  • Q3 - V6333
  • Q4 - V6344
USOE Course Code:
  •  9050000050
Description:

This course contains lessons addressing historical periods from the American Revolution to globalization and the twenty-first century. The lessons address key concepts, important historical figures, and significant events to help students gain an understanding of the political, economic, military and social structures of the early years of the United States through its emergence as a global superpower.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship

World Civilizations II

CSD Course Code:
  • Q1 - V6351
  • Q2 - V6362
  • Q3 - V6373
  • Q4 - V6384
USOE Course Code:
  •  9050000091
Description:

This course contains lessons addressing historical periods from Prehistory through Globalization in the 21st century and expands upon the essential historical questions brought about by the growth of civilizations. The objectives of the lessons are directly aligned to current standards. Each lesson is designed to teach the major concepts for each historical period through text, visual aids, activities and assessments where students will have expanded opportunity to increase communication and critical thinking skills.

Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship