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High School (Teacher-Led)

Upon enrollment in a teacher-led course, your student will be considered a part-time student enrolled in K12 International Academy, a K12 private online school for grades K-12. As these are credit-bearing courses, teachers will grade and provide feedback on assignments and assessments and provide synchronous instructional support.  

High School (Teacher-Led)

   

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  1. Digital Photography II (TCH032)

    In today's world, photographs are all around us, including in advertisements, on websites, and on the wall as art. Many of the images have been created by professional photographers. In this course, students learn about various aspects of professional photography, including the ethics of the profession, and examine some of the areas that professional photographers may choose to specialize in, such as wedding photography and product photography.

    $425.00

  2. Physical Education B

    This high school course focuses on the fundamental components and principles of fitness. Physical Education examines safety guidelines, proper technique, and exercise principles such as FITT: Frequency (how often you exercise), Intensity (how hard you work during exercise), Time (how long you exercise), and Type (what type of activity you do). Students assess their current level of fitness in relation to the five components of physical fitness: flexibility, cardiovascular health, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and body composition. This course equips students with strategies to help them begin, design, and maintain an exercise program to keep them fit for life.

    $425.00

  3. Service Learning (PRJ010)

    This project may be used in a variety of ways—as a standalone project, in conjunction with another course, or as a foundation around which to base a one-semester course. An introductory unit presents instruction on the nature of service learning. Students are taught how to identify community needs, select projects that are meaningful to themselves, apply practical skills, reflect on their learning experience, and behave responsibly in a service setting. Students then move on to design and conduct service learning experiences of their own, according to the requirements of their projects. Documents to support teachers in guiding students through the project are included.

    $425.00

  4. Environmental Science (SCI010)

    This course surveys key topic areas including the application of scientific process to environmental analysis; ecology; energy flow; ecological structures; earth systems; and atmospheric, land, and water science. Topics also include the management of natural resources and analysis of private and governmental decisions involving the environment. Students explore actual case studies and conduct five hands-on, unit-long research activities, learning that political and private decisions about the environment and the use of resources require accurate application of scientific processes, including proper data collection and responsible conclusions.

    $425.00

  5. Digital Arts I (TCH028)

    This course is currently closed for new enrollments.

    In this exploratory course, students learn the elements and principles of design, as well as foundational concepts of visual communication. While surveying a variety of media and art, students use image editing, animation, and digital drawing to put into practice the art principles they've learned. They explore career opportunities in the design, production, display and presentation of digital artwork. They respond to the artwork of others, and learn how to combine artistic elements to create finished pieces that effectively communicate their ideas.

    $425.00

  6. Engineering Design (TCH038)

    Computer-aided design systems are used by designers and manufacturers in virtually every industry to create engineering design solutions. In this course, students are introduced to engineering, learning the basics of CAD software: creating points, lines, other geometric forms, isometric drawings, and 3D models. They learn how to translate initial concepts into functional designs and 3D walkthroughs and explore career options in this hands-on introductory-level course.

    $425.00

  7. Personal Finance (BUS030)

    In this introductory finance course, students learn basic principles of economics and best practices for managing their own finances. Students learn core skills in creating budgets, developing long-term financial plans to meet their goals, and making responsible choices about income and expenses. They gain a deeper understanding of capitalism and other systems so they can better understand their role in the economy of society. Students are inspired by experiences of finance professionals and stories of everyday people and the choices they make to manage their money.

    $425.00

  8. Introduction to Marketing I (BUS060)

    This course is currently closed for new enrollments.

    Students find out what it takes to market a product or service in today's fast-paced business environment. They learn the fundamentals of marketing using real-world business examples. They learn about buyer behavior, marketing research principles, demand analysis, distribution, financing, pricing, and product management.

    $425.00

  9. World History, Credit Recovery, Part 1 (HST106A)

    This credit recovery course traces the development of civilizations around the world from prehistory to the present, with a special emphasis on key periods and primary sources. The course covers major events in world history, including the development and influence of human-geographic relationships, political and social structures, economics, science and technology, and the arts. Students investigate the major religions and belief systems throughout history and learn about the importance of trade and cultural exchange. Other topics include the development of agriculture, the spread of democracy, the rise of nation-states, the industrial era, the spread of imperialism, and the issues and conflicts of the twentieth century. Diagnostic tests assess students' current knowledge and generate individualized study plans, so students can focus on topics that need review.

    $425.00

  10. World History, Credit Recovery, Summer Part 1 (HST106AS)

    This is the first semester of a two part course, offered over a condensed 4 week term.

    This credit recovery course traces the development of civilizations around the world from prehistory to the present, with a special emphasis on key periods and primary sources. The course covers major events in world history, including the development and influence of human-geographic relationships, political and social structures, economics, science and technology, and the arts. Students investigate the major religions and belief systems throughout history and learn about the importance of trade and cultural exchange.

    $350.00

  11. World History, Credit Recovery, Part 2 (HST106B)

    This credit recovery course traces the development of civilizations around the world from prehistory to the present, with a special emphasis on key periods and primary sources. The course covers major events in world history, including the development and influence of human-geographic relationships, political and social structures, economics, science and technology, and the arts. Students investigate the major religions and belief systems throughout history and learn about the importance of trade and cultural exchange. This is the second semester of HST106.

    $425.00

  12. World History, Credit Recovery, Summer Part 2 (HST106BS)

    This is the second semester of a two part course, offered over a condensed 4 week term.

    This credit recovery course traces the development of civilizations around the world from prehistory to the present, with a special emphasis on key periods and primary sources. The course covers major events in world history, including the development and influence of human-geographic relationships, political and social structures, economics, science and technology, and the arts. Students investigate the major religions and belief systems throughout history and learn about the importance of trade and cultural exchange. This is the second semester of HST106.

    $350.00

   

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