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Name Subject(s) ACCN Description Credits Course
Provider
Prereqs Grad
Req.
Avail.
Island(s)
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Program(s)
3D Sculptural Art Electives FVE1000 Students will explore three-dimensional sculptural processes while considering a visual appeal. Art materials to explore include wire, clay, cardboard, paper mache, soap bars, recycled material, and other mixed media. Students will begin with basic building techniques and advance to create complex self-guided work. Students will also participate in studio activities, discussions, and peer critiques. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Advisory 1 Advisory TGG1106 This year-long course will include age-appropriate material on the physical, mental, emotional, and social growth of the student. It is designed to help students acclimate to high school and learn to navigate blended learning. Students will practice goal setting and they will have an opportunity to reflect on their progress with respect to HTA's Core Values. Students will begin constructing a Student-Led Conference (SLC) Portfolio. A passing grade in advisory will be based on class participation, completion of assignments, and the SLC portfolio and conference. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Advisory 2 Advisory TGG1107 This year-long course will build upon skills acquired in Advisory 1. Students will further fine tune their organization, time management, and self-advocacy skills. Academic and personal well being will be reflected on through the use of small group and individual activities. During advisory, students will continue to develop the Student Led Conference (SLC) Portfolio to help them reflect on their progress academically and on the HTA Core Value continuum. Passing marks in advisory are based on participation, successful completion assignments, the SLC portfolio, and participation in the SLC presentation of learning. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Advisory 3 Advisory TGG1108 This year-long course will build upon skills acquired in Advisory 1 and 2. This course is designed to help students develop college and career awareness and set educational planning goals. Interpersonal and communication skills will be taught and practiced in small group settings. Students will continue to explore how the HTA Core Values are applicable both inside and outside the classroom walls. Students will continue to revisit goals and continue working on the SLC. A passing grade in advisory will be based on class participation, completion of assignments, and the SLC portfolio and conference. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Algebra 1A Math MAX1165 This course is the first semester of Algebra 1 and will cover the following key concepts as variable and function patterns, rational numbers, identifying and using properties, solving equations, solving proportions, solving inequalities, graphs and functions. Students who successfully complete Algebra 1A will earn 0.5 credits. 0.50 HTA Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Algebra 1B Math MAX1175 This is the second semester of Algebra 1, which will cover the following key concepts: linear equations and graphs, writing equations of lines, systems of equations and inequalities, exponents, polynomials, polynomials and factoring, and quadratic equations and functions.Students who successfully complete Algebra 1B will earn 0.5 credits. 0.50 HTA Algebra 1A Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Algebra 2A Math,
Electives
MAX1210 This course is the first semester of Algebra 2. Students will focus on the following topics: Tools of Algebra, Equations and Functions, Linear Systems, Quadratic Functions and Equations, Complex Numbers and Solutions, and Inverse Functions. Students who successfully complete Algebra 2A will earn 0.5 credits. 0.50 HTA Algebra 1 and Teacher recommendation N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Algebra 2B Math,
Electives
MAX1220 This course is the second semester of Algebra 2. Students will focus on the following concepts: Exponentials, Logarithms, Polynomial Functions Part 1 and 2, Radical Equations, Rational Equations. 0.50 HTA Algebra 1 and Algebra 2A N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Analog Photography Electives,
Concentration (FA)
601TRAN This course is designed to emphasize the use of imaging processes as creative and vital forms of visual communication. Studies will stress experimentation and research. Students will understand the aperture, shutter speed, lighting, and composition and learn how to develop and enlarge images from a negative. Developing a portfolio of images will be a part of this course. 1.00 HTA N Lihue Blended Learning Program
Anatomy and Physiology Science,
Electives
SLH7503 Students learn about anatomical structures and physiology of the human body. Body systems are discussed in terms of how each participates in homeostasis of the body. Students learn about selected major pathologies, including causes, symptoms, diagnostic procedures, and treatments, as well as common changes that occur through the lifespan. 1.00 HTA Biology N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Anthropology Electives 401TRAN This course offers an introductory exploration into the expansive field of Anthropology. Covering cultural, biological, evolutionary, linguistic, and historical aspects of the human species, the discipline aims to construct a holistic understanding. Biological Anthropology investigates the origin and evolution of our species through fossils, tools, and genetics. Archaeology traces human history by studying global migration, agriculture, and complex societies. Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropologists closely study living cultures and languages, documenting the diverse facets of human life. Emphasizing diversity, the course establishes a foundation for comprehending the universal underpinnings of societies, cultures, and languages. 1.00 HTA World History N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
AP Computer Science A Electives ECS9500 Get familiar with the concepts and tools of computer science as you learn a subset of the Java programming language. You'll do hands-on work to design, write, and test computer programs that solve problems or accomplish tasks - includes preparation for National AP exam

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA C or better in Computer Science Principles 1 and 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Biology Science SLH2203 This course addresses key concepts and processes related to the chemistry of life, cells, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, genetics, and DNA, evolution, classification, and ecology. Students in biology will participate in lab work to facilitate learning and participate as scientists doing science. Through this class students will develop skills of a biologist: using a microscope, collecting data, analyzing data, and supporting ideas with biological evidence. All Biology students at the end of the semester must take the state EOC assessment. 1.00 HTA Physical Science or STEM 1 Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Body Conditioning 1 Physical Education,
Electives
PBP1110 An elective for students who want to continue physical fitness. This is a participation-only graded class. Body & Conditioning focuses on higher-intensity workouts using bodyweight movements, cardio, and mobility. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Broadcasting 1 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TCP3000 An elective for students who want to learn how to tell stories through speaking and written mediums. Students in this course will be learning how to podcast, produce announcements, create bulletins, engage in thoughtful interviews, and develop speaking and writing skills. 1.00 HTA Intro to Creative Media & Digital Tech N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Broadcasting 2 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TCP4000 Broadcasting 2 builds on the principles of broadcast production learned in broadcast 1. It integrates the Language Arts Content Standards. Students will gain an advanced understanding of both pre-production, on-air, and post-production roles and responsibilities of news broadcasting. Students will be able to write news and information for TV. Students gain practical experience in media news gathering, working as part of a team to produce news reports and complete newscasts. Students at the end of the class will be able to demonstrate accurate, fair, and factual oral and written communication skills in reporting, revising, covering, and editing of relevant news stories acceptable by professional journalism standards, conduct effective research, interviews, and evaluation of news and demonstrate knowledge of fundamental concepts and theories in the presentation of news. Students work with sensitive equipment, so they must be responsible and trustworthy. In addition, students must be self-motivated, dependable, and able to work well as a team. Students will be responsible for mentoring broadcast 1 students and be able to teach and share their knowledge. 1.00 HTA Broadcasting 1 N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Calculus Math,
Electives
MCX1040 This course includes a study of limits, continuity, and differentiation. It integrates algebraic, trigonometric and transcendental functions, and the applications of derivatives and integrals. Prerequisites: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Precalculus or Trigonometry/Analytical Geometry 1.00 HTA Precalculus N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning (Audit Only) Electives TGG1500 Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and methods of communication to be used by all parties involved. Students who wish to enhance their education and gain additional experience may sign up for this audit course when the maximum number of credits has been taken (2 credits). No letter grade or credit will be awarded for this audit class. 0.00 HTA Must have Counselor and CBL Coordinator approval. N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on the production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural commodities and resources including food, fiber, wood products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products or resources. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Architecture & Construction Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Business Management & Administration Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on careers in planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Education & Training Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, managing and providing education and training services, and related learning support services. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Finance Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, services for financial and investment planning, banking, insurance, and business financial management. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Government & Public Administration Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning and performing government functions at the local, state and federal levels, including governance, national security, foreign service, planning, revenue and taxation, and regulations. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Health Science Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Hospitality & Tourism Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other food services, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel related services. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Human Services Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on preparing individuals for employment in careers that relate to families and human needs such as counseling and mental health services, family and community services, personal care and consumer services. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Information Technology Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on building linkages in information technology occupations for entry level, technical and professional careers related to the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and systems integration services. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, managing, and providing legal, public safety and protective services and homeland security, including professional and technical support services. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Manufacturing Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing, and process engineering. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Marketing Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, managing and performing marketing activities to reach organizational objectives. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, managing and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (e.g., physical science, social science, engineering) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Career-Based Learning: Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Electives TGG1500 This Career-Based Learning course is focused on planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water and related professional support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance. Career-Based Learning provides students with work experience in an existing occupation or career related to the student's program of study. Career-Based Learning may be an Apprenticeship, Internship, or Community-Based elective. The work experience can be paid or unpaid and may occur during school hours. Every student participant must have a training agreement that identifies the expectations for the school site coordinator (teacher), employer (mentor), student, and parent. The agreement must be signed by all parties. A training plan must also be developed that identifies the learning expectations, assessment practices, and method of communication to be used by all parties involved. The course is pass/fail only. The course requires 60 hours of documented work to earn 0.5 credit. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Chemistry Science,
Electives
SPH3505 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 formulas 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 and lab videos. 1.00 HTA Biology and Algebra 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Community Service Electives XLH2001 Community Service gives elective credit to students for volunteer work they perform on their own time. It provides opportunities for students to develop responsibility, encourages humanitarian attitudes by doing things for others without compensation, and encourages cooperative working relationships with peers and adults in the community. Under the supervision of a school faculty member, students participate with service organizations beyond their school day. Upon completion of a minimum of 60 hours, one-half credit will be awarded. No letter grade will be awarded as course is pass/fail only. This course may be repeated for credit, but only up to one credit total. 0.50 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Computer Science Principles 1 Electives EXS1300 Students cultivate their understanding of computer science through working with data, collaborating to solve problems, and developing computer programs as they explore concepts like creativity, abstraction, data and information, algorithms, programming, the internet, and the global impact of computing. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Computer Science Principles 2 Electives 901TRAN This course builds on the basic knowledge gained in level 1. This course provides an introduction to programming and the Python language. Students are introduced to core programming concepts like data structures, conditionals, loops, variables, and functions. This course includes an overview of the various tools available for writing and running Python, and gets students coding quickly. It also provides hands-on coding exercises using commonly used data structures, writing custom functions, and reading and writing to files. 1.00 HTA Computer Science Principles 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Creative Media Capstone Electives,
Concentration (FA)
901TRAN This yearlong capstone course is for students to further develop their leadership skills in video production or broadcasting by creating student-driven projects. The two major deliverables for the Creative Media Capstone course is the student digital portfolio or project. The student manages the project from its inception through all phases until completion.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA Video 2 or Broadcasting 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Creative Writing Language Arts,
Electives
LCY3010 This course emphasizes use of the writing process to stimulate and develop students' creative expression. Students shape their ideas into a variety of forms and styles utilized in fiction, poetry, drama, and personal narrative. Students read literary selections in several genres for enjoyment and inspiration, and, most importantly, as a springboard for ideas and a source of models of good writing. 1.00 HTA English 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Culinary Arts 1 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TPU7216 In this course, you will learn all about food including food culture, food history, food safety, and current food trends. You'll also learn about the food service industry and try your hand at preparing some culinary delights. Through hands-on activities and in-depth study of the culinary arts field, this course will help you hone your cooking skills and give you the opportunity to explore careers in this exciting industry. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Culinary Arts 2 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TPN7223 This Level 2 course is designed to qualify an individual for entry-level positions in the food industry. Classroom and laboratory experiences place an emphasis on quantity food preparation and service, sanitation, safety, selection and purchasing of food and supplies, storeroom control, and care of supplies and equipment. 1.00 HTA Culinary Arts 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Cyber Security 1 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TIY2000 Start exploring the world of cybersecurity. Learn about networking, Ubuntu, linux, windows, infosec, and more. We will encourage participation in the CyberPatriot Competition as part of the class. After students complete this course, they will be ready to continue with Cyber Security 2. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Cyber Security 2 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TIY3000 Students will continue what they learned in Cyber 1. Students will identify vulnerabilities and attack mechanisms to a network on various platforms. Students will use intrusion detection systems and other methods to mitigate security risks. 1.00 HTA Cyber Security 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Digital Photography 1 Electives,
Concentration (FA)
FVP1000 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 digital photography, including building an understanding of aperture, shutter speed, lighting, and composition. 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. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Digital Photography 2 Electives,
Concentration (FA)
FVP2000 This is an intermediate course covering advanced exposure techniques involving measured and controlled light and time, the use of filters, film development for specific requirements, and basic color photography either through traditional photographic techniques or through digital media. Individual projects include experiences in print toning, action photos, architectural compositions, and photos for news coverage. Further darkroom techniques and procedures may be utilized. 1.00 HTA Digital Photography 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Drawing and Painting 1 Electives,
Concentration (FA)
FVQ1000 Drawing and Painting I is an overview of basic skills used to create two-dimensional works of art. In this course, students may explore and create artwork using pencil, charcoal, pen, tempera and acrylic paint, watercolor, printmaking and mixed media. The elements of art and principles of design are integrated into each of the student projects, which include still life, portraits, landscapes and abstract pictures. Creative activities will encourage critical thinking, decision-making and problem solving. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Drawing and Painting 2 Electives,
Concentration (FA)
FVQ2000 This course is designed to expand on skills, attitudes, and knowledge gained from Drawing and Painting I or Art I. Experiences may emphasize a particular medium and specialized subject matter. The examination and study of artworks of various periods and cultures is encouraged. 1.00 HTA Drawing and Painting I N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Economics Social Studies,
Electives
401TRAN This course synthesizes the economic concepts of choice and opportunity costs, markets, interdependence, and government roles. It engages students in gathering and interpreting data to analyze economic changes and impacts on groups and individuals. It empowers students to make and evaluate personal economic decisions. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
English 1 (Grade 9) Language Arts LCY1010 This course addresses strategies for reading comprehension, recognition of text structure in exposition and narrative, comprehension of different genres of text, the 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. 1.00 HTA Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
English 2 (Grade 10) Language Arts LCY2010 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. 1.00 HTA English 1 Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Environmental Science (Field Ecology) Science,
Electives
SIH3603 In this advanced science course, students will explore and investigate the interrelationships of the natural world and analyze natural and human-made environmental problems. Students will take part in laboratory investigations and fieldwork and can expect to gain skills in the following areas of scientific study - explaining environmental concepts and processes, analyzing data, visual representations, and writings, applying quantitative methods in solving problems, proposing solutions for environmental problems, supporting ideas with evidence, and analyzing a research study to identify a hypothesis. Strong emphasis will be placed on climate change, biodiversity, local (Hawaiian) environmental problems, and mitigation strategies. This course is designed for students with a strong interest in science and wants to challenge themselves to think deeply and critically about earth systems and environmental problems. 1.00 HTA 10th - 12th grade students; STEM I and Biology preferred N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Expository Writing 1 Language Arts LWH5213 In this course, students focus on expository prose in the form of descriptive, analytical, and persuasive papers. They learn to discover and refine ideas, research information, compose and revise their thoughts, and edit their papers for sharing. They explore strategies to solve writing problems and learn to adjust their writing for diverse audiences. In addition, students engage in reading and discussion related to their writing. They develop the ability to look critically at their own work and the work of other writers. 1.00 HTA English 2 Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Film Studies Electives 601TRAN This course introduces the visual and artistic techniques of the film, traces the development of film periods and styles, defines the differences between and analyzes the effects of film types, and evaluates the film as an art form. Through guided observation and discussion of selected films and through individual student projects related to the course, students extend their awareness of the significance of this medium and its power to communicate. 1.00 HTA English I (Grade 9) N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Financial Literacy Electives 901TRAN This course is a project-based and will teach you about math in a financial sense. Topics include calculating a paycheck, determining monthly payments for mortgages and cars, taxes, credit, retirement plans, balancing a personal budget, and probability. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Forensic Science Science,
Electives
SAH3003 Fingerprints. Blood Splatter. DNA analysis. The world of law enforcement is increasingly making use of the techniques and knowledge from the sciences to better understand the crimes that are committed and to catch those individuals responsible for the crimes. forensic science applies scientific knowledge to the criminal justice system. This course focuses on some of the techniques and practices used by forensic scientists during a crime scene investigation (CSI). Starting with how clues and data are recorded and preserved, the student will follow evidence trails until the CSI goes to trial, examining how various elements of the crime scene are analyzed and processed. 1.00 HTA Physical Science or STEM 1, Biology recommended but not required N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
French 1 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WEF1000 Students are introduced to various native French speakers through videos 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! 1.00 HTA N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
French 2 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WEF2000 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. 1.00 HTA French 1 N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
General Art Electives,
Concentration (FA)
FVB1000 Students will be introduced to the artistic processes of: Creating, Presenting, Responding and Connecting. Students will be guided through creative skill-building activities which include weekly sketchbook work, and opportunities to create meaningful drawing, painting, and mixed-media sculpture art projects. Students will submit digital images of their work for grading and feedback. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Geometry Math MGX1150 This course addresses basic skills in geometry including reasoning, developing proofs, identifying geometric figures, and constructing figures. This course also teaches students about the properties of right triangles and trigonometric ratios, transformations of plane figures, and the parts of a circle and their properties. Additionally, students will develop and apply formulas for area, surface area, and volume of two- and three-dimensional figures. 1.00 HTA Algebra I Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Global Studies Social Studies,
Electives
401TRAN The issues that develop from the dynamics of global interactions affect all humanity. Although these issues range from conflicts to extreme weather changes to pandemics, each crisis presents a separate challenge in preventing its onset, minimizing its threat, and managing its effects. This course serves as an introduction to studying contemporary world crises and concepts and theories that will help us understand them. We will analyze the historical, political, economic, social, environmental, and geographical components that shape the world's critical issues and evaluate their effects and solutions to them. 1.00 HTA World History N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Graphic Design 1 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TAU2124 This course provides classroom and laboratory experiences in the major areas of graphic design and production. This course includes the study of the fundamentals of elements and principles of design, colors, layering, layout, photography concepts, plagiarism, advertising and production techniques. Emphasis is on the creation of designs and products that meet specifications of clients and industry. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Hacks of Life Management Electives 901TRAN In this course students will learn contemporary life management skills to face their future into adulthood with confidence, security, and efficiency. Students will gain knowledge in critical real-life skills including responsibility, nutrition, family, relationships, etiquette, human development, communication, consumer education, budgeting, textiles, eco-friendly responsible living, and more. Each week, this course will provide students with new skills that can be immediately used in their own lives. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Hawaiian 1 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WPH1000 This course is an introduction to Hawaiian language. It is designed for the beginning language learner or those who have had very limited exposure to the language. Students begin the study of the Hawaiian and its culture by developing a basic repertoire of learned material needed to comprehend and respond to simple social situations of a daily and recurring nature. Emphasis is placed upon development of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Hawaiian 2 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WPH2000 The course is Level 2 of Hawaiian language. Students enrolled in this course have successfully completed Hawaiian 1. Students will reinforce and draw upon earlier study and continue the development of their listening, speaking, reading, and writing proficiencies so that they can engage in simple conversations and handle routine situations. Simple reading and listening selections and cultural topics help students to recognize aspects of daily life in other cultures and develop insight into other cultural perspectives. 1.00 HTA Hawaiian 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Hawaiian 3 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WPH3000 The purpose of this course is to strengthen Hawaiian listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. As students build language proficiency, they will continue to develop an awareness of the important connection between language and culture. 1.00 HTA Hawaiian 1 and 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Hawaiian 4 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WPH4000 This course expands the student knowledge of the Hawaiian language. Students will be exposed in a more in-depth manner to the history and rich culture of Hawaii. Students will use higher level vocabulary as they focus on reading and writing Hawaiian. The goal is to increase the ability to communicate with confidence as students gain skills and perspective. 1.00 HTA Hawaiian 1, 2, and 3 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Hawaiian 5 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WPH5000 This course continues to expand the student knowledge of the Hawaiian language. Culture will be emphasized in this conversational-based language class. Students will continue to expand their vocabulary for use in reading and writing Hawaiian. The goal is to continut to increase the ability to communicate with confidence as students gain skills and perspective. 1.00 HTA Hawaiian 1, 2, 3, and 4 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Health Health HLE1000 This course addresses topics in mental health, social health, nutrition, physical fitness, substance abuse, human development, and preventing disease. 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. 0.50 HTA Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Humanities SS Social Studies,
Electives
401TRAN This course particularly looks at the role of art, literature, music and social sciences in relation to human life and culture. It is an integrated course and students are engaged in examining values, issues, beliefs and the role of aesthetics in human society.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA English 1 (Grade 9) and World History N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Integrated Math Math,
Electives
MAX1180 This course will refine Algebra 1 skills in preparation for Algebra 2 and/or Geometry. Skills include greatest common factors (GCF's), solving equations, graphing functions, properties of quadratic functions and equations, and real world applications. 1.00 HTA Algebra I N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Introduction to Creative Media & Digital Technology Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TCC1000 Introduction to Creative Media and Digital Technology is an introductory course designed to inform students about careers in creative media, including digital design and digital film production. This introductory course serves as the foundation course for both the Digital Design and Film & Media Production programs of study. Upon completion of the course, a proficient student will be able to explain what comprises the creative media industry sector, explain principles of digital design and its influences, demonstrate basic knowledge of digital camera and video equipment, and create a digital photo collection using design and equipment knowledge. A student will also be able to describe various occupations and outline the steps necessary to advance in specific careers. As part of a student's program of study progression, the student will create a digital program of study portfolio, providing evidence of mastery of course standards and readiness to advance and complete the program of study. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Introduction to Criminal Justice Electives TLL1000 Students explore law enforcement, the courts, and the correctional system. They study what crime is, how crime is measured, and theories of crime causation. They also examine issues and challenges within the criminal justice system and its future directions. 1.00 HTA English I (Grade 9) N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Introduction to Engineering Design Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TIU5810 Students dig deep into the engineering design process, applying math, science, and engineering standards to hands-on projects. They work both individually and in teams to design solutions to a variety of problems using 3D modeling software, prototyping, and engineering principles. Students will practice technical writing and they will use an engineering notebook to document their work. 1.00 HTA Algebra 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Introduction to Leadership Electives LLH5331 This course is designed to help students become effective members and leaders of groups. Students will understand and apply concepts relating to interpersonal communication, group dynamics, collaboration, conflict resolution, and decision-making in small group situations. They will use various problem-solving and collaborative methods to resolve an issue, identify a solution, or complete a task. Through their experiences, students will better understand how their behaviors and those of other group members are influenced by group norms, styles of leadership, processes by which decisions are made, and communication patterns. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Japanese 1 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAJ1000 This course is an introduction to the Japanese language and culture for students who are learning Japanese for the first time. The goal is to develop communication skills in Japanese. The course topic contains greetings, Japanese manners, ordering food, expressing wants and desires, and explaining routines through many activities, such as games, role-play and group work. In addition, students will participate in Japanese traditional events and communicate with native Japanese speakers. 1.00 ChatENG N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Japanese 2 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAJ2000 Students build upon their conversational knowledge from Japanese 1, learning about other communication scenarios (e.g., Emergency, Shopping, Tourism, College) and exploring some of the written language. Students will continue to learn about Japanese culture as culture is intertwined with language acquisition. 1.00 ChatENG Japanese 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Japanese 3 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAJ3000 This advanced Japanese course adds to skills learned in Japanese 2. Students enrolled in this course have either successfully completed Japanese 2 or have placed out of Japanese 2 due to previous language study or language learning experiences. Students will reinforce and draw upon earlier study and continue the development of their proficiencies so that they can engage in more advanced conversations and handle complex situations. In reading and writing, emphasis is on developing a greater range of topics and situations in which students can produce learned material through exclusive use of the writing systems of the language. 1.00 ChatENG Japanese 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Japanese 4 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAJ4000 Japanese 4 is a continuation of the study of Japanese language and culture for students who have successfully completed Japanese 3. Students will continue to students grammatical concepts, sentence structure, idioms, Japanese traditional and modern literature, and more Kanji. This class will also use a variety of media to help prepare students for college placement tests and other advanced language opportunities. 1.00 ChatENG Japanese 3 or placement by instructor. N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Journalistic Writing and Publishing Electives LWY5250 In this yearlong course, students develop writing in the context of publishing a newspaper, magazine, broadcast, and yearbook. They develop specialized skills of researching, interviewing, producing copy, and editing. They engage in other activities that are part of the publication of a periodical and yearbook such as layout, marketing, and graphics. Students also explore issues of ethics and responsibility related to their role as journalists and digital storytellers. The yearbook will be published through this course. 1.00 HTA N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Korean 1 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAK1000 Are you interested in learning Korean? In this virtual course, you will learn the basics of Korean through engaging dramas, kpop, historical events, and pop culture. 1.00 ChatENG None N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Korean 2 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAK2000 This intermediate course adds to skills learned in Korean 1. Students enrolled in this course have either successfully completed Korean 1 or have placed out of Korean 1 due to previous language study or language learning experiences. Students will reinforce and draw upon earlier study and continue the development of their proficiencies so that they can engage in simple conversations and handle routine situations. In reading and writing, emphasis is on developing a greater range of topics and situations in which students can produce learned material through exclusive use of the writing system of the language. 1.00 ChatENG Korean 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Korean 3 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAK3000 This advanced Korean course adds to skills learned in Korean 2. Students enrolled in this course have either successfully completed Korean 2 or have placed out of Korean 2 due to previous language study or language learning experiences. Students will reinforce and draw upon earlier study and continue the development of their proficiencies so that they can engage in more advanced conversations and handle complex situations. In reading and writing, emphasis is on developing a greater range of topics and situations in which students can produce learned material through exclusive use of the writing system of the language. 1.00 ChatENG Korean 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Korean 4 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAK4000 In continuing the language development from Korean 3, students will grow in their Korean Language development. 1.00 ChatENG Korean 3 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Mandarin Chinese 1 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAC1000 Students will engage with Mandarin Chinese by learning how to introduce themselves, discuss culture, and explore food. Students will focus on speaking and listening in this course. 1.00 ChatENG N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Mandarin Chinese 2 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAC2000 Students will continue to build upon their knowledge from Mandarin Chinese 1, learning more advanced phrases as they build their conversational knowledge base. 1.00 ChatENG Mandarin 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Mandarin Chinese 3 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WAC3000 This advanced Mandarin Chinese course adds to skills learned in the level 2 course. Students will reinforce and draw upon earlier study and continue the development of their proficiencies so that they can engage in more advanced conversations and handle complex situations. In reading and writing, emphasis is on developing a greater range of topics and situations in which students can produce learned material through exclusive use of the writing systems of the language. 1.00 ChatENG Mandarin Chinese 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Marine Science Science,
Electives
SEH2503 Students will delve deep into Earth's bodies of water and study geologic structures and how they impact the oceans. They will investigate characteristics of various populations of aquatic life, patterns of distribution, and ongoing changes occurring in our ecosystem. 1.00 HTA Biology N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Medical Assisting/Sports Medicine Electives THU4200 This semester-long course is for students wanting to explore the medical field. The first quarter will focus on medical assisting where students will define the roles and responsibilities of a medical assistant while differentiating between other roles in the medical field. Students will delve into the history of medical practice while highlighting current practices and technology. Professionalism duties and communication strategies will be defined and demonstrated. Additionally, students will be informed about ethics and regulatory issues in the medical field. The second quarter will focus on sports medicine which will cover the muscular, circulatory, skeletal, and nervous systems. Focus will be placed on injuries, disease, and treatment. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Middle Eastern and African Cultural Studies Electives 902TRAN This course provides a general introduction to the peoples, cultures, and languages of the Middle East. The course focuses on language skills related to greetings and basic communication in Arabic, Farsi, and Swahili. No previous knowledge of the Middle East is required. 1.00 ChatENG N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Modern History of Hawaii Social Studies CHR1100 This course examines the political, economic and social development of modern Hawai`i and how the decisions of the past account for, and impact, present circumstances. This course examines contemporary Hawai`i, engages students in in-depth historical inquiry focusing on the historic, geographic, socio-political, and economic structures in the context of the complex interactions and interrelationships that have shaped and continue to influence major decisions facing Hawai`i. Students will engage in place-based and project-based learning experiences to engage in sustained inquiry and problem-solving practices. 1.00 HTA U.S. History and World History Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Mythology and Folklore Electives 101TRAN Mighty heroes. Angry gods and goddesses. Cunning animals. Since the first people gathered around fires, mythology and folklore has been used as a way to make sense of humankind and our world. Beginning with an overview of mythology and different kinds of folklore, students will journey with ancient heroes as they slay dragons and outwit gods, follow fearless warrior women into battle, and watch as clever monsters outwit those stronger than themselves. They will explore the universality and social significance of myths and folklore, and see how these are still used to shape society today. 1.00 HTA English 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Novel Studies Language Arts,
Electives
LCY4010 Novel Studies explores the relationship between the reader and a fictional text, diving deep into literary theory and interpretation. Students will read multiple novels, learning about literary techniques and complex inferences. Students will be expected to write analytical essays, crafting arguments about literary interpretations. This course will serve as students' senior English elective.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA English 1 and English 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
NuVuX: Creative Writing Language Arts LWH5235 Students explore the standards of Creative Writing through an integrated ELA and design-centered curriculum. More specifically, students will focus on writing strategies and analysis using NuVuX's design-centered philosophy. Students who take this course must be concurrently enrolled in a NuVuX Design Technology course. These Oahu courses are in-person.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA English 9, English 10 N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
NuVuX: Design Capstone Electives TIK5900 This elective course is self-directed and project-based. Students respond to real-world topics in a hands-on studio environment. They investigate complex community challenges via an iterative design process highlighting all HTA Cores. Students propose, develop and present innovative, interdisciplinary projects that explore timely issues with broad impact.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA NuVuX Design Technology 1 and 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
NuVuX: Design Technology 1 Electives,
Concentration (CTE)
TIU5310 Students explore the elements of design-thinking through the NuVuX integrated curriculum. Students learn how to empathize, innovate, iterate, and showcase their projects while also growing their passions and identity. These Oahu courses are in-person.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
NuVuX: Expository Writing Language Arts LWH5213 Students explore the standards of Expository Writing through an integrated ELA and design-centered curriculum. More specifically, students will focus on writing strategies and analysis using NuVuX's design-centered philosophy. Students who take this course must be concurrently enrolled in a NuVuX Design Technology course. These Oahu courses are in-person.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA English 9, English 10 Y Waipahu Blended Learning Program
NuVuX: Participation in Democracy Social Studies CGU1100 Students explore the standards of Participation in Democracy through an integrated humanities and design-centered curriculum. More specifically, students will focus on civics and how to build a better world using NuVuX's design-centered philosophy. Students who take this course must be concurrently enrolled in NuVuX Design Technology. These Oahu courses are in-person.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA World History & US History, Modern History of Hawaii (MHH) preferred but not required Y Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Participation in Democracy Social Studies CGU1100 This course provides opportunities for students to actively engage in civic discourse and participation. It engages students in the examination of government, political activity, contemporary issues, decision-making and the democratic process. This course focuses on the principles, values and ideals of American constitutional government, global interactions and interconnections, and issues and roles of American citizens. Students are expected to take an active role as citizens and use the tools and methods of social scientists in their inquiry. 1.00 HTA World History & US History, Modern History of Hawaii preferred, but not required Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Peer Education Program Electives 901TRAN This standards-based, service-learning intensive, advanced course is offered as an elective for students in grades 10 to 12. Student Peer Educators represent a cross-section of the school population and must be positive role models for their peers. Student Peer Educators will start the year by developing their own personal and social skills; over the course of this year-long class, they will be expected to take greater responsibility and leadership in the planning, creation, and execution of student-identified projects, classroom lessons, school-wide and community activities. The objective of the course is to communicate social justice enhancing messages in a range of formats and to a variety of audiences, including statewide HTA campuses, peers, parents, faculty, and the local community. These Student Peer Educators will be trained as ''Peer Mediators'' with the added duties of serving as leaders of restorative conversations and lead presenters for events. Students must obtain instructor approval prior to enrollment to the course.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA Students must be in grades 10-12 and obtain instructor approval prior to enrollment. N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Personal Transition Plan Personal Transition Plan TGG1105 This year-long course is designed to help students develop career awareness and set educational planning goals for after high school. Interpersonal and communication skills will be taught and practiced in small group settings. Students will complete a Personal Transition Portfolio that will include a personal statement, a resume, a cover letter, and a post secondary plan. Students will present their progress on the core values and academics during student led conferences. Grades are based on participation, completion of assignments, and PTP requirements. 0.50 HTA Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Physical Education Physical Education PEP1005 This course is designed to develop and strengthen physical movement forms, concepts, principles, and skills, with an emphasis on the acquisition of skills, understanding of rules and strategy, ability to work together, and the application of knowledge into the game situation. Students will also assess personal levels of physical fitness and physical activity and apply scientific principles to improving and/or maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Successful completion of this course fulfills the 1 credit P.E. DOE graduation requirement for PEP1005 and an additional P.E. elective. 1.00 HTA Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Physical Science Science SPH2603 This course centers on the engineering and design process as students utilize problem-solving skills to engage in integrated coursework. Students will identify problems, research solutions, create prototype designs, and test these prototypes. The skills learned in this class will transfer to upper-level science courses. The concepts explored include forces and motion, machines, energy, work, electricity, the periodic table, chemical bonds, and chemical reactions. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Physics Science,
Electives
SPH5603 This course addresses concepts of mechanics, wave behavior and thermodynamics, Newton's Law's of motion thermal properties of matter, and thermodynamic systems. This course also contains lessons on electricity, magnetism, optics, the 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. 1.00 HTA Chemistry and Algebra II or Director Approval if math requirement is not met N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Precalculus Math,
Electives
201TRAN 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. 1.00 HTA Geometry and Algebra II N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Psychology Social Studies,
Electives
401TRAN This semester-long course addresses the mental and emotional processes that guide human behavior at all stages of life. In this course, students are introduced to psychological phenomena, facts, theories, and treatments associated within the field of psychology. The course provides students the opportunity to understand their own psychology, the psychology of others, and to develop their interest in the field of psychology as a viable career path. The course content includes the history of psychology; research methods; biopsychology; consciousness; cognition; human development; personality; mental disorders; treatments; and socio-cultural influences that factor into the psychology of individuals.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Sociology Social Studies,
Electives
401TRAN The world is becoming more complex. How do your beliefs, values and behavior affect the people around you and the world in which we live? Students will examine social problems in our increasingly connected world, and learn how human relationships can strongly influence and impact their lives. Exciting online video journeys to an array of areas in the sociological world are an important component of this relevant and engaging course. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Spanish 1 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WES1000 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. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Spanish 2 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WES2000 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. 1.00 HTA Spanish 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Spanish 3 Electives,
Concentration (WL)
WES3000 Students apply previously-developed content and skills to identify main ideas and significant details in oral and written presentations, read and interpret authentic materials, and narrate and describe in sentences or groups of related sentences. Students continue to refine their knowledge and understanding of the culture studied as well as their own by demonstrating behaviors appropriate to the culture. Grammar is integrated throughout this course as students continue to learn and practice conversational Spanish. 1.00 ChatENG Spanish 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Statistics and Probability Math,
Electives
201TRAN Students will understand probability concepts inherent in everyday situations experienced in investment, insurance, science, business, and technology. In addition, the course provides students with an introduction to statistical issues and concerns and presents strategies for analyzing and interpreting data. The statistics content includes the following topics: graphs and charts, collection and organization of data, measures of central tendency and dispersion, uses and misuses of statistics, frequency distributions, correlation, and regression. 1.00 HTA Algebra 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
STEM Capstone Electives XAT1000 This yearlong elective course is self-directed and project-based. Students are expected to demonstrate skilled or masterful levels for all STEM Competencies: Research, design, reflection, technology, and career skills. The two major deliverables for the STEM Capstone course are the project portfolio and public presentation. This course is offered to those seeking the STEM Honors Certificate which is available for high school graduates.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA Intro to Engineering N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Universal Ethical Studies Social Studies,
Electives
CPW2100 This student-led and student-centered course will empower students to explore the systems that shape our world. Students may delve into issues of human rights, climate justice, and collective liberation, while incorporating systems thinking and indigenous perspectives to solve real-world problems. Students may explore topics like media studies, regenerative economics, climate resilience, collective healing and peace studies. Students will take action, lead discussions and engage in projects that encourage them to dream, question, imagine, and create innovative solutions for the planet and humanity. Students will explore a wide range of resources that may showcase great thinkers, change makers, diverse ethical systems, philosophies and organizations making positive impacts. The course aligns with the purpose statement of ACT 51 (SB3238, SD2, HD2, CD1), which states, ''education must do no less than advance the endowment of human culture itself, so that each succeeding generation finds itself further along the road towards peace, social justice, and environmental sustainability in a society guided by creativity, compassion, and curiosity. 1.00 HTA N Kihei
Kona
Lahaina
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
US History and Government Social Studies CHU1100 This course is a study of the historical development of the United States focusing on the people and events that shaped the growth of the nation from the period of industrialization (the late-1800s) 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 social, political, economic, cultural, and technological changes from the period of Industrialization through the United States' emergence as a global superpower. 1.00 HTA Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Video 1 Electives,
Concentration (FA)
XMT1020 This course provides classroom and laboratory experiences in the major areas of video production. This course includes the study of the fundamentals of photography, pre and post production, lighting, and sound. Emphasis on quality production and storyboarding to meet the specifications of clients in the industry. 1.00 HTA Intro to Creative Media & Digital Tech N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Video 2 Electives,
Concentration (FA)
XMT1025 This course emphasizes broadcast media and is designed to give students hands-on opportunities in journalistic video production. Through a variety of production experiences students will learn the power of the medium, examine issues of fairness and objectivity, make critical thinking decisions on a regular basis, exercise creativity, and gain an overall understanding of news-gathering and reporting techniques. 1.00 HTA Video 1 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Video 3 Electives,
Concentration (FA)
901TRAN This course provides classroom and laboratory experiences video production leadership. This course includes the study of the fundamentals of photography, pre and post production, lighting, and sound. Emphasis on quality production, writing, and directing to meet the specifications of clients in the industry. 1.00 HTA Video 2 N Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
World History Social Studies CHW1100 This course focuses on the origins of global interaction in the mid-1400s to modern globalization in the 21st century. Students examine the concepts of politics, economics, culture, and geography in the context of a global perspective and a multicultural point of view. Students will explore the responsibilities of taking action as a global citizen on current issues facing the world today. 1.00 HTA Y Kihei
Kona
Lihue
Statewide
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Yearbook and Publications 1 Electives XYY8610 This course introduces students to planning and producing HTA's yearbook and the high school art/lit magazine, The Honu. Learning about thematic publication choices, graphic design and layout, journalistic and creative writing, working with photography, and meeting deadlines are included.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA Journalistic Writing and Publishing or Teacher Approval N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Yearbook and Publications 2 Electives XYY8630 This course is for intermediate yearbook students who have taken Yearbook and Publications 1. Students continue to develop their journalistic skills, take on more leadership roles, and make broader stylistic decisions for HTA's yearbook and magazine publications.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA Yearbook and Publications 1 N Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Yearbook and Publications 3 Electives XYY8650 This course is for advanced students who have taken Yearbook and Publications 2. Because of their experience, students in this course will assume significant responsibility for planning and producing the HTA yearbook and art/lit mag, The Honu. Students interested in journalism, graphic design, and creative editing can be editors of these publications and gain valuable college and career preparatory experience.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA Yearbook and Publications 2 N Waipahu Blended Learning Program