Catalog

Name Subject(s) Description Credits HTA/Virtual Prerequisites Grad Req.
Accounting 1 (OL) Electives This course provides students with an introduction to accounting concepts and principles, financial statements, internal control design, and accounting for partnerships. 0.50 Virtual Algebra 1 N
Advisory 1 Advisory This year long course will include age appropriate material on physical, mental, emotional, and social growth of the student. It is designed to help students acclimate to high school and learn to navigate Connexus and Google Apps. The PLP (Personalized Learning Profile) will be largely incorporated into this course as content is often determined by individual needs. Grades are based on participation, completion of assignments, and PLP requirements. 0.50 HTA N
Advisory 2 Advisory This year long course will build upon skills acquired in Advisory I and continue to address needs identified in a student's PLP (Personalized Learning Profile). 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. Grades are based on participation, completion of assignments, and PLP requirements. 0.50 HTA N
Advisory 3 Advisory This year long course will build upon skills acquired in Advisory II and continue to address needs identified in student's PLP (Personalized Learning Profile). This course is designed to help students develop career awareness and set educational planning goals. Interpersonal and communication skills will be taught and practiced in small group settings. Grades are based on participation, completion of assignments, and PLP requirements. 0.50 HTA N
Advisory 4 Advisory Advisory designation for students who are behind cohort after their senior year and have already earned PTP credit or for a student who is a senior and already has credit for PTP. 0.00 HTA Personal Transition Plan N
Algebra 1A Math 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. This course will include Math Workshop 1. 0.50 HTA Y
Algebra 1B Math 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. This course will include Math Workshop 1. 0.50 HTA Algebra 1A Y
Algebra 2A Math 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. This course will include Math Workshop 3. 0.50 HTA Algebra 1 N
Algebra 2B Math 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. This course will include Math Workshop 3. 0.50 HTA Algebra 1, Algebra 2A N
Anatomy and Physiology Science,
Electives
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.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA Biology N
AP Art History A (OL) Electives Students will examine major forms of artistic expression from the past and present and from a variety of cultures. While learning to look at these works of art critically, with intelligence and sensitivity, students will articulate what they see or experience. 0.50 Virtual General Art or Drawing & Painting N
AP Art History B (OL) Electives Continuation of AP Art History. Students will examine major forms of artistic expression from the past and present and from a variety of cultures. While learning to look at these works of art critically, with intelligence and sensitivity, students will articulate what they see or experience. 0.50 Virtual AP Art History A N
AP Biology A (OL) Science This challenging course is designed to provide a college-level experience. Over two semesters, students are engaged in a wide variety of activities, with substantial emphasis on interpreting and collecting data in virtual labs, writing analytical essays, and mastering biology concepts. 0.50 Virtual Biology, Chemistry and Algebra I N
AP Biology B (OL) Science Continuation of AP Biology. This challenging course is designed to provide a college-level experience. Over two semesters, students are engaged in a wide variety of activities, with substantial emphasis on interpreting and collecting data in virtual labs, writing analytical essays, and mastering biology concepts. 0.50 Virtual AP Biology A N
AP Calculus AB A (OL) Math This course consists of a full high school year of work that is comparable to college and university calculus courses. Taking this course will help prepare students for the Calculus AB Advanced Placement Exam. 0.50 Virtual Precalculus N
AP Calculus AB B (OL) Math Continuation of AP Calculus AB. This course consists of a full high school year of work that is comparable to college and university calculus courses. Taking this course will help prepare students for the Calculus AB Advanced Placement Exam. 0.50 Virtual AP Calculus AB A N
AP Calculus BC A (OL) Math This course consists of a full high school year of work that is comparable to college and university calculus courses. Taking this course will help prepare students for the Calculus BC Advanced Placement Exam. 0.50 Virtual Precalculus N
AP Calculus BC B (OL) Math Continuation of AP Calculus BC. This course consists of a full high school year of work that is comparable to college and university calculus courses. Taking this course will help prepare students for the Calculus BC Advanced Placement Exam. 0.50 Virtual AP Calculus BC A N
AP Computer Science A (OL) Electives This course involves developing the skills to write programs or part of programs to correctly solve specific problems. Students will learn design techniques to make programs understandable, adaptable, and reusable. 0.50 Virtual Algebra II N
AP Computer Science B (OL) Electives This course involves developing the skills to write programs or part of programs to correctly solve specific problems. Students will learn design techniques to make programs understandable, adaptable, and reusable. 0.50 Virtual AP Computer Science A N
AP English Language & Composition A (OL) Language Arts Students will become skilled readers of prose written in various periods, disciplines, and rhetorical contexts. They will gain understanding of the interactions between writers' purposes, audience expectations, and subjects. 0.50 Virtual English 2 N
AP English Language & Composition B (OL) Language Arts Continuation of AP English Language & Composition. Students will become skilled readers of prose written in various periods, disciplines, and rhetorical contexts. They will gain understanding of the interactions between writers' purposes, audience expectations, and subjects. 0.50 Virtual AP English Language & Composition A N
AP English Literature & Composition A (OL) Language Arts In this course, students will develop critical standards for the appreciation of literary works and increase their sensitivity to literature a shared experience. 0.50 Virtual English 2 N
AP English Literature & Composition B (OL) Language Arts Continuation of AP English Literature & Composition. In this course, students will develop critical standards for the appreciation of literary works and increase their sensitivity to literature a shared experience. 0.50 Virtual AP English Literature & Composition A N
AP Environmental Science A (OL) Science This course provides students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world. Students will evaluate the risks associated with environmental problems and examine alternative solutions. Laboratories support student content mastery in both hands-on and virtual experiences. 0.50 Virtual Algebra I, 2 years of Science with labs N
AP Environmental Science B (OL) Science Continuation of AP Environmental Science. This course provides students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world. Students will evaluate the risks associated with environmental problems and examine alternative solutions. Laboratories support student content mastery in both hands-on and virtual experiences. 0.50 Virtual AP Environmental Science A N
AP Psychology (OL) Social Studies,
Electives
This is a college-level course providing students an overview of the development of human behaviors and thoughts. Along with preparation for the AP Psychology exam, the goals of this course are to immerse students in modern psychological investigation techniques, to accentuate the ethics and morality of human and animal research, and to emphasize scientific critical thinking skills in application to the social sciences. 0.50 Virtual Teacher/Counselor Recommendation N
AP Spanish A (OL) Electives This course has been designed to provide advanced high school students with a rich and rigorous opportunity to study the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world that is approximately equivalent to an upper-intermediate college or university Spanish course. It is expected that this course will be offered as the first step in the study of college-level Spanish after approximately 3-5 years of language study for classroom learners. 0.50 Virtual Spanish III or Native Speaker N
AP Spanish B (OL) Electives Continuation of AP Spanish. This course has been designed to provide advanced high school students with a rich and rigorous opportunity to study the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world that is approximately equivalent to an upper-intermediate college or university Spanish course. It is expected that this course will be offered as the first step in the study of college-level Spanish after approximately 3-5 years of language study for classroom learners. 0.50 Virtual AP Spanish A N
AP Statistics A (OL) Math In this course, students actively construct their own understanding of the methods, interpretation, communication, and application of statistics. Each unit is framed by enduring understandings and essential questions designed to allow students a deep understanding of the concepts at hand rather than memorization and emulation. 0.50 Virtual Algebra II N
AP Statistics B (OL) Math Continuation of AP Statistics. In this course, students actively construct their own understanding of the methods, interpretation, communication, and application of statistics. Each unit is framed by enduring understandings and essential questions designed to allow students a deep understanding of the concepts at hand rather than memorization and emulation. 0.50 Virtual AP Statistics A N
AP United States History A (OL) Social Studies Woven into the chronology of this course are the key themes of American History. Issues of American identity, diversity, religion, and culture are examined. Economic transformations, the development of political institutions, and reform movements are evaluated. War, slavery, and demographic changes are assessed. Globalization and environmental issues are analyzed. 0.50 Virtual Teacher/Counselor Recommendation N
AP United States History B (OL) Social Studies Continuation of AP United States History. Woven into the chronology of this course are the key themes of American History. Issues of American identity, diversity, religion, and culture are examined. Economic transformations, the development of political institutions, and reform movements are evaluated. War, slavery, and demographic changes are assessed. Globalization and environmental issues are analyzed. 0.50 Virtual AP United States History A N
AP US Government and Politics (OL) Social Studies Students will research the roles of the media, political parties, interest groups, states, candidates, bureaucracy, and the public in the governmental process. They will experience the production of policy building in the areas of economic/social policy, foreign policy, and public administration. 0.50 Virtual Teacher/Counselor Recommendation N
Astronomy Science,
Electives
Why do stars twinkle? Is it possible to fall into a black hole? Will the sun ever stop shining? Since the first glimpse of the night sky, humans have been fascinated with the stars, planets, and universe that surrounds us. 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. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a 3-day overnighter on the Big Island to expand on what they've learned in the classroom.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA Physical Science or Introduction to S.T.E.M N
Biology Science 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. 1.00 HTA Physical Science or Introduction to S.T.E.M Y
Body Conditioning 1 Physical Education,
Electives
An Elective for students who want to continue Physical Fitness. This is a participation only graded class. Body Conditioning is a little bit more intense in higher intensity workouts using bodyweight movements with basic fundamentals of barbell movement with a light bar, cardio, and mobility. 1.00 HTA N
Body Conditioning 2 Physical Education,
Electives
An Elective for students who want to continue Physical Fitness. This is a participation only graded class. Body Conditioning is a little bit more intense in higher intensity workouts using bodyweight movements with basic fundamentals of barbell movement with a light bar, cardio, and mobility. 1.00 HTA Body Conditioning 1 N
Build it, Fix it! Advisory Learn to work with basic construction materials and tools. Primarily focused on wood, but can include other building materials too. We will work on projects for the school as well as projects of personal interest!

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Calculus Math 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 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Precalculus or Trigonometry/Analytical Geometry N
Chemistry Science 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 Recommended Algebra II, Physical Science or Intro to S.T.E.M, Biology N
Chess, Go, and other Logic and Strategy Challenges Advisory Chess and Go have been around for millennia - and for a good reason. New players come learn the basics- and chess masters fine tune your skills and try to trap each other in the dreaded checkmate (if you can!). Along with regular game play, we will learn specific strategies, study famous chess battles, and get into the minds of top players from throughout history. Additional logic and strategy challenges are welcome.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Chinese 1A (OL) Electives This course emphasizes listening skills, including the mastery of Chinese tones and tonal change, as well as vocabulary and grammar skills. Students also begin to identify and write Chinese characters. 0.50 Virtual N
Chinese 1B (OL) Electives This course emphasizes listening skills, including the mastery of Chinese tones and tonal change, as well as vocabulary and grammar skills. Students also begin to identify and write Chinese characters. 0.50 Virtual Chinese 1A N
Chinese II A (OL) Electives This course enables students to further develop the skills of listening to, speaking, reading, and writing Mandarin Chinese at a more advanced level. As they are immersed in Chinese culture, students expand their vocabulary, practice interacting with others, and learn the use of appropriate terms to communicate in various everyday situations. 0.50 Virtual Chinese I N
Chinese II B (OL) Electives Continuation of Chinese II. This course enables students to further develop the skills of listening to, speaking, reading, and writing Mandarin Chinese at a more advanced level. As they are immersed in Chinese culture, students expand their vocabulary, practice interacting with others, and learn the use of appropriate terms to communicate in various everyday situations. 0.50 Virtual Chinese II A N
Community Service Electives 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 one credit total, may be counted towards the graduation requirements. 0.50 HTA N
Cosmetology Electives Interested in a career in cosmetology? This course provides an introduction to the basics of cosmetology. Students will explore career options in the field of cosmetology, learn about the common equipment and technologies used by cosmetologists, and examine the skills and characteristics that make someone a good cosmetologist. Students will also learn more about some of the common techniques used in caring for hair, nails, and skin in salons, spas, and other cosmetology related businesses. 1.00 HTA N
Creative Writing Language Arts,
Electives
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
Debate & Negotiation Advisory Students will learn about and practice structured speeches with emphasis on verbal and nonverbal delivery skills (organization, projection, inflection, eye-contact, hand gestures, and more). Students will then build a foundation for effective argumentation and advocacy (claim/warrant/evidence) by participating in ''SPAR'' debates. Special emphasis will be placed on critical thinking and listening skills as well as argument resolution.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Digital Photography Electives 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. 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 General Art or Drawing and Painting I N
Directed Study in Arts & Communication Electives This course is designed for the student who wants to pursue knowledge/skill development beyond the level of identified Programs of Study. Emphasis is on arts and communication with opportunities to investigate, design, construct, and evaluate solutions to problems in this career pathway. 1.00 HTA N
Directed Study in Science Science This course enables a highly motivated student to identify a project of interest and apply scientific skills and ways of thinking to an investigation that meets or exceeds the standards for a high quality project for the State Science and Engineering Fair and/or the Pacific Symposium for Science and Sustainability. Such a project is designed by the student under the direction and guidance of a science teacher. Guidance provided for the student may also include assistance from professional or community resource persons. Scientific research design, implementation, and relationships between science, technology, and society, have a significant place in this course, regardless of context.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA Approval from supervising teacher/course advisor N
Drawing and Painting I Electives 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 General Art N
Drawing and Painting II Electives 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
English 1 (Grade 9) Language Arts 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
English 2 (Grade 10) Language Arts 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
Expository Writing I Language Arts 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 and An English Elective Y
Film Studies Electives 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.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA English I (Grade 9) N
Financial Algebra Math,
Electives
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.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA Algebra I and Geometry N
Forensic Science: Secrets of the Dead Science,
Electives
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 Intro to S.T.E.M N
French I Electives 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! 1.00 HTA N
French II Electives 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 I N
French III A (OL) Electives Students further deepen their understanding of French by focusing on the three modes of communication: interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational. Each unit consists of a variety of activities which teach the students how to understand more difficult written and spoken passages, to communicate with others through informal speaking and writing interactions, and to express their thoughts and opinions in more formal spoken and written contexts. Students should expect to be actively engaged in their own language learning, use correct vocabulary terms and phrases naturally, incorporate a wide range of grammar concepts consistently and correctly while speaking and writing, participate in conversations covering a wide range of topics and respond appropriately to conversational prompts, analyze and compare cultural practices, products, and perspectives of various French-speaking countries, read and analyze important pieces of French literature, and take frequent assessments where their language progression can be monitored. The course is conducted almost entirely in French. The course has been carefully aligned to national standards as set forth by ACTFL (the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages). 0.50 Virtual French II N
French III B (OL) Electives Continuation of French III. Students further deepen their understanding of French by focusing on the three modes of communication: interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational. Each unit consists of a variety of activities which teach the students how to understand more difficult written and spoken passages, to communicate with others through informal speaking and writing interactions, and to express their thoughts and opinions in more formal spoken and written contexts. Students should expect to be actively engaged in their own language learning, use correct vocabulary terms and phrases naturally, incorporate a wide range of grammar concepts consistently and correctly while speaking and writing, participate in conversations covering a wide range of topics and respond appropriately to conversational prompts, analyze and compare cultural practices, products, and perspectives of various French-speaking countries, read and analyze important pieces of French literature, and take frequent assessments where their language progression can be monitored. The course is conducted almost entirely in French. The course has been carefully aligned to national standards as set forth by ACTFL (the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages). 0.50 Virtual French III A N
French IV A (OL) Electives Students cover present, past, future, and conditional tense verbs, subjunctive mood, articles, and adjectives while delving more deeply into French culture. This course, rich in authentic reading material, uses native-speaker recordings to enrich the student's culture, grammar, and French vocabulary. 0.50 Virtual French III N
French IV B (OL) Electives Continuation of French IV. Students cover present, past, future, and conditional tense verbs, subjunctive mood, articles, and adjectives while delving more deeply into French culture. This course, rich in authentic reading material, uses native-speaker recordings to enrich the student's culture, grammar, and French vocabulary. 0.50 Virtual French IV A N
General Art Electives 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, conceptual and technically-based workshops in OnSync, 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.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA N
Geology Science,
Electives
Learn about the fundamentals of geology: Rocks, minerals, geologic time, plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, surface processes, magnetic reversals, seafloor spreading, and how earth resources are being utilized. 1.00 HTA Intro to STEM or Physical Science, Biology N
Geometry Math 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
German I A (OL) Electives Students begin their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students master common vocabulary terms and phrases; comprehend a wide range of grammar patterns; instigate and continue simple conversations, and respond appropriately to basic conversational prompts; generate language incorporating basic vocabulary and a limited range of grammar patterns; analyze and compare cultural practices, products, and perspectives of various German-speaking countries; regularly assess progress in proficiency through quizzes, tests, and speaking/writing submissions. Each week consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe. 0.50 Virtual N
German I B (OL) Electives Continuation of German I. Students begin their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students master common vocabulary terms and phrases; comprehend a wide range of grammar patterns; instigate and continue simple conversations, and respond appropriately to basic conversational prompts; generate language incorporating basic vocabulary and a limited range of grammar patterns; analyze and compare cultural practices, products, and perspectives of various German-speaking countries; regularly assess progress in proficiency through quizzes, tests, and speaking/writing submissions. Each week consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe. 0.50 Virtual German I A N
German II A (OL) Electives Students continue their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students master common and some specialized vocabulary terms and phrases; comprehend a wide range of grammar patterns; instigate and continue simple conversations, and respond appropriately to increasingly nuanced conversational prompts; generate language incorporating basic and some specialized vocabulary and a range of grammar patterns; analyze and compare cultural practices, products, and perspectives of various German-speaking countries; regularly assess progress in proficiency through quizzes, tests, and speaking/writing submissions. Each week consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe. 0.50 Virtual German I N
German II B (OL) Electives Continuation of German II. Students continue their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students master common and some specialized vocabulary terms and phrases; comprehend a wide range of grammar patterns; instigate and continue simple conversations, and respond appropriately to increasingly nuanced conversational prompts; generate language incorporating basic and some specialized vocabulary and a range of grammar patterns; analyze and compare cultural practices, products, and perspectives of various German-speaking countries; regularly assess progress in proficiency through quizzes, tests, and speaking/writing submissions. Each week consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe. 0.50 Virtual German II A N
German III A (OL) Electives Students learn to express themselves using an ever-increasing vocabulary, present-tense verbs, articles, and adjectives. Grammar is introduced and practiced in innovative and interesting ways with a variety of learning styles in mind, including listening, speaking, reading and writing. Culture is sprinkled throughout the course in order to help the learner focus on the German-speaking world and its culture, people, geographical locations, and history. 0.50 Virtual German II N
German III B (OL) Electives Students learn to express themselves using an ever-increasing vocabulary, present-tense verbs, articles, and adjectives. Grammar is introduced and practiced in innovative and interesting ways with a variety of learning styles in mind, including listening, speaking, reading and writing. Culture is sprinkled throughout the course in order to help the learner focus on the German-speaking world and its culture, people, geographical locations, and history. 0.50 Virtual German III A N
Girls Gone Strong Advisory Girls Gone Strong focuses on empowering girls to choose their best lifestyles. Topics of discussion and exploration may include: fitness, health, fashion, politics, social life and emotional life. Learn how to become a #ladyboss with Girls Gone Strong.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Graphic Design Electives 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
Hacks of Life Management Electives 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.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA N
Health Health 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 All islands Y
Integrated Math Math 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
Introduction to Criminal Justice Electives 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.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA English I (Grade 9) N
Introduction to Culinary Arts Electives 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
Introduction to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Science This course centers on the engineering and design process as students utilize problem solving skills to engage in integrated course work. Students will identify problems, research solutions, create prototype designs, and test these prototypes. The key physics and chemistry concepts explored will include: forces and motion, machines, energy, work, electricity, the periodic table, and chemical bonds and chemical reactions. 1.00 HTA N
Japanese I A (OL) Electives These courses are designed for the beginning language learner or those who have had limited exposure to language in elementary and middle/intermediate schools. Students begin the study of the target language and its culture by developing a basic repertoire of learned material needed to comprehend and respond in simple social situations of a daily and recurring nature using learned material. Emphasis is placed upon the development of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Classroom instruction and projects provide a general introduction to some elements of the culture studied (products, practices and perspectives), as well as opportunities to explore how languages and cultures work and how they compare to their own. 0.50 Virtual N
Japanese I B (OL) Electives Continuation of Japanese I. These courses are designed for the beginning language learner or those who have had limited exposure to language in elementary and middle/intermediate schools. Students begin the study of the target language and its culture by developing a basic repertoire of learned material needed to comprehend and respond in simple social situations of a daily and recurring nature using learned material. Emphasis is placed upon the development of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Classroom instruction and projects provide a general introduction to some elements of the culture studied (products, practices and perspectives), as well as opportunities to explore how languages and cultures work and how they compare to their own. 0.50 Virtual Japanese I A N
Japanese II A (OL) Electives The first semester serves as a transitional stage in which students 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. Simplified illustrated materials help students to develop their reading skills. Students begin to write and understand selections that use related sentences to narrate, describe, and compare familiar topics, events, and ideas. Carefully selected listening selections and cultural topics help students to recognize aspects of daily life in other cultures and develop insight into other cultural perspectives. 0.50 Virtual Japanese I N
Japanese II B (OL) Electives Continuation of Japanese II. The first semester serves as a transitional stage in which students 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. Simplified illustrated materials help students to develop their reading skills. Students begin to write and understand selections that use related sentences to narrate, describe, and compare familiar topics, events, and ideas. Carefully selected listening selections and cultural topics help students to recognize aspects of daily life in other cultures and develop insight into other cultural perspectives. 0.50 Virtual Japanese II A N
Journalistic Writing & Publishing Language Arts,
Electives
Students will respond to current news and shifts in journalism, create original projects, and reflect upon the changing face of news. They will utilize Web 2.0 tools while they work through each unit. Authentic assessments, interactive examples, and self-checks will deepen their understanding of the topics covered and prepare them for work or further study in the field of journalism.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA English 2 N
Latin I A (OL) Electives The purpose of this course is to give students a foundation in Latin grammar and vocabulary. This course will also introduce students to Olympic gods and give a brief overview of Roman history. 0.50 Virtual N
Latin I B (OL) Electives Continuation of Latin I. The purpose of this course is to give students a foundation in Latin grammar and vocabulary. This course will also introduce students to Olympic gods and give a brief overview of Roman history. 0.50 Virtual Latin I A N
Latin II A (OL) Electives In this course, students will build on their knowledge of Latin grammar and vocabulary. Roman engineering, art, commerce, and system of laws will be explored to demonstrate the flexibility of the language. 0.50 Virtual Latin I N
Latin II B (OL) Electives Continuation of Latin II. In this course, students will build on their knowledge of Latin grammar and vocabulary. Roman engineering, art, commerce, and system of laws will be explored to demonstrate the flexibility of the language. 0.50 Virtual Latin II A N
Learning Lab Electives Students are placed in a learning lab when they don't have a course during one of their four blocks on Face to Face days at the learning center. Students are encouraged to use this time to study and work on their courses.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Life Skills/Personal Finance Electives This course guides students as they deal with important decisions by providing them with the facts they need. Students will learn how to deal with real issues that impact their lives every day, such as nutrition, substance abuse, stress, and their health. The finance portion will introduce 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 money management. The course also addresses how occupations and educational choices can influence personal financial planning, and how individuals can protect themselves from identity theft. 1.00 HTA N
Lights, Camera, Action! Advisory Interested in building sets, fabricating props, acting, singing, or dancing? In this advisory we will write and produce our own plays/musicals. We will also design and construct our own set and props.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Makerspace Engineers Advisory Students will be given opportunities to learn about engineering principles while they create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials including 3D software and a 3D printer.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Marine Science Science,
Electives
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
Math Workshop 1 Electives Math Workshop 1 will be taken in conjunction with Algebra 1A & Algebra 1B for all students. Algebra 1 concepts and skills will continue to be covered in Math Workshop 1. This course is repeatable. 0.50 HTA N
Math Workshop 3 Electives Math Workshop 3A will be taken in conjunction with Algebra 2A and Algebra 2B. Algebra 2 concepts and skills will continue to be covered in Math Workshop 3. This course is repeatable. 0.50 HTA Algebra 1 N
Medical Assisting Electives At the end of this course, you will have explored the role of the medical assistant, including professionalism, duties, responsibilities, and medical specialties. You will also be informed about medical law and ethics, office management, and compliance and regulatory issues affecting the role of the medical assistant. 1.00 HTA N
Mind, Body & Soul Advisory Practice yoga, meditation, breathing practices, and nutrition to promote healthy living both mentally and physically.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Modern History of Hawaii Social Studies 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 use the tools and methods of social scientist to conduct inquiry and study. 1.00 HTA U.S. History, World History Y
Music Jam Advisory Do you like to play a musical instrument or want to learn how to play? In the music jam advisory you will learn how to collaborate with other musicians. Students will work in small groups where more advanced musicians will be paired up with those who are just learning. Instrument focus will be on guitar, ukulele, and keyboard/piano. Please note that you will need access to a musical instrument which you will need to bring in with you to class on Thursdays in order to participate.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Mythology and Folklore Language Arts,
Electives
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
NI French 1 Electives

Restricted to the following Island(s): Hawaii-West, Kauai, Maui
0.50 Virtual N
Off the Wall Art Advisory Individuality, uniqueness and creativity will be encouraged and showcased by creating non-traditional art. We will use various mediums to express your ideas.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Page Turners Advisory Love to read? Always looking for a new book? This is the advisory for you! We'll spend our time together talking about the books we're reading, swapping books, checking out book recommendations, and going to the library. We'll share our own reviews of the books we've read with the rest of the world. Led by a total book nerd who is always looking for a new read and always has a book to suggest.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Participation in Democracy Social Studies 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 Modern History of Hawaii Y
Peer Mentors 1 Electives This course is service-learning intensive and designed to give students the skills needed to present information to a variety of audiences, including their peers. Peer Mentors acquire knowledge on critical areas including personal and social skills development, conflict resolution, positive behavioral supports and counseling. They represent a cross-section of the school population and must be positive role models for healthy lifestyles. Emphasis is placed on the introduction of the peer helper skills outlined in the National Peer Helper Association Programmatic Standards.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.50 HTA N
Peer Mentors 2 Electives This course is service-learning intensive and designed to give students the skills needed to present information to a variety of audiences, including their peers. Peer Mentors acquire knowledge on critical areas including personal and social skills development, conflict resolution, positive behavioral supports and counseling. They represent a cross-section of the school population and must be positive role models for healthy lifestyles. Emphasis is placed on the introduction of the peer helper skills outlined in the National Peer Helper Association Programmatic Standards.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.50 HTA Peer Mentors 1 N
Personal Transition Plan Advisory This year long course will build upon skills acquired in Advisory III and continue to address needs identified in student's PLP (Personalized Learning Profile). This course is designed to help students develop career awareness and set educational planning goals. Interpersonal and communication skills will be taught and practiced in small group settings. Grades are based on participation, completion of assignments, and PTP requirements. 0.50 HTA Y
Physical Education Physical Education Lifetime Fitness is designed to engage students in physical fitness that encourage healthy exercise habits, enhance an understanding of the basic components of physical fitness, allow for application of these concepts into a lifetime activity plan, and help develop an appreciation for the benefits and values of being physically active through functional movements. Activities that are featured are body weight movements, fundamentals of lifting, rope jumping, cooperative team workouts, and running. Activities also may include mobility stretching, footwork/agility, and circuit training. Students are encouraged to engage in regular exercise outside of class and utilize personal goals to develop an exercise program that is appropriate for them. Students meet for activities in a group setting. The large group session is designed to allow for different teaching venues such as media presentations, guest speakers, classroom activities, and written assessments. Topics that are presented and discussed include: components of physical fitness, principles of training, nutrition, and goal setting. 1.00 HTA Y
Physics Science 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 currently enrolled in Algebra II N
Picture This! Advisory Explore the world around you through the lens of a camera. We will experiment with the functions and settings of a camera/phone as we create various projects. We'll investigate how photographers make $ selling their photos. This advisory will include guest speakers and photo field trips. Let's have some fun!

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Playing with Podcasts Advisory Navigating the seemingly limitless world of podcasts. We'll listen to podcasts and create podcasts and develop a podcast that is specifically and uniquely HTA. If we can think it, then we can do it. Join the fun and mystery of a world of words and ideas packaged in the voices of...you.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
Precalculus Math 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 Algebra II N
Psychology Social Studies,
Electives
Students gain an understanding of human behavior, including biological foundations and the brain, sensation, motivation, and perception. Students explore the relationship between learning and memory; various personality theories; emotions; states of consciousness; cognition; life-span development; and applied psychology. 1.00 HTA World History N
Reading & Writing for College and Career Success Language Arts,
Electives
This course will provide students with the necessary tools to become successful in both their academics and in the workplace. Reading is a vital skill necessary for effectively taking notes, summarizing main ideas, and separating fact from opinion. This course will empower students to achieve their goals in higher education and in the career of their choosing.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Hawaii-West, Kauai, Maui
1.00 HTA English 2 N
Running Start Electives A course that is taken at the 100+ level at your local community college that is eligible for dual credit. Courses can be done in the major content areas or electives. A UH system application and Running Start application are required to participate in this program. 1.00 HTA Counselor/Admin Approval Needed N
S.T.E.M Capstone Science,
Electives
The STEM Capstone Project is one component required for students to earn the STEM Honors Certificate at graduation. To receive the STEM Honors Certificate, the following is required: 4 credits of math (Alg 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, 1 credit beyond Alg 2), 4 credits of science (Biology & Chemistry required, additional 2 credits, Physics recommended), STEM Capstone project, 3.0+ GPA, This Project-based course includes: Research, Design, Reflection, and Technology. The Capstone project must address all 4 areas of STEM.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 11, 12
1.00 HTA Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, additional math credit beyond Alg II, Intro to STEM, Biology, Chemistry, 1 additional science credit, 3.0+ gpa, Teacher/Counselor recommendation N
School Service Electives The objective of this course is to provide service to the school in the office, IT dept. and/or classroom, as well as tutorial and multi-media services. Under the supervision of an adult, students participate in servicing other students and the school. This may include keeping school files; organizing digital files; assisting with troubleshooting and servicing computers; learning to use the computer and multi-media equipment; assisting teachers, office and IT staff; and tutoring other students. This is a non-credit course. 0.00 HTA Must have Counselor/Admin. approval N
Sign Language I A (OL) Electives In this course, students are introduced to the fundamental concepts of American Sign Language. Students explore vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills using basic signing and fingerspelling techniques, and are exposed to activities and exercises that help them understand the culture of deaf and hard-of-hearing people. Lessons incorporate the various important components of signs including handshape, position, movement, palm orientation, and non-manual markers. The student's vocabulary is strengthened by studying special categories such as lexicalized signs, classifiers, and topic-related signs. The student will learn to translate from Standard English into American Sign Language gloss. Videos and interactive websites provide abundant practice. A unit on Deaf Culture and Community provides a good perspective and context for practicing American Sign Language. 0.50 Virtual N
Sign Language I B (OL) Electives Continuation of Sign Language I. In this course, students are introduced to the fundamental concepts of American Sign Language. Students explore vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills using basic signing and fingerspelling techniques, and are exposed to activities and exercises that help them understand the culture of deaf and hard-of-hearing people. Lessons incorporate the various important components of signs including handshape, position, movement, palm orientation, and non-manual markers. The student's vocabulary is strengthened by studying special categories such as lexicalized signs, classifiers, and topic-related signs. The student will learn to translate from Standard English into American Sign Language gloss. Videos and interactive websites provide abundant practice. A unit on Deaf Culture and Community provides a good perspective and context for practicing American Sign Language. 0.50 Virtual Sign Language I A N
Sign Language II A (OL) Electives In this course, the student will continue his study of American Sign Language. The student will expand his ASL vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills. In addition, the student will complete activities and exercises that help him understand the culture of deaf and hard-of-hearing community. 0.50 Virtual Sign Language I N
Sign Language II B (OL) Electives Continuation of Sign Language II. In this course, the student will continue his study of American Sign Language. The student will expand his ASL vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills. In addition, the student will complete activities and exercises that help him understand the culture of deaf and hard-of-hearing community. 0.50 Virtual Sign Language II A N
Sociology Social Studies,
Electives
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 in important component of this relevant and engaging course. 1.00 HTA World History N
Spanish 1 Electives 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
Spanish 2 Electives 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 1.00 HTA Spanish 1 N
Spanish 3 A (OL) Electives 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. 1.00 Virtual Spanish 1 and 2 N
Spanish 3B (OL) Electives This is the second semester of Spanish 3. 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. 0.50 Virtual Spanish 3A N
Spanish 4 A (OL) Electives This fourth year of Spanish covers advanced grammar including present-tense verbs, past-tense verbs, future tense, conditional tense, subjunctive mood, articles, and adjectives. In the first semester, students focus on the Spanish-speaking world, including culture, people, geographical locations, and histories. 0.50 Virtual Spanish 3 N
Spanish 4 B (OL) Electives This is the second semester of Spanish 4. This fourth year of Spanish covers advanced grammar including present-tense verbs, past-tense verbs, future tense, conditional tense, subjunctive mood, articles, and adjectives. In the first semester, students focus on the Spanish-speaking world, including culture, people, geographical locations, and histories. 0.50 Virtual Spanish 4 A N
Sports & Entertainment Marketing Electives In this course, students have the opportunity to explore basic marketing principles and delve deeper into the multi-billion dollar sports and entertainment marketing industry. They will learn about how professional athletes, sports teams, and well-known entertainers are marketed as commodities and how some of them become billionaires as a result. This course introduces fundamentals on how things work behind the scenes of a major sporting event, such as the Super Bowl®, or how to play a role in such an event. 1.00 HTA N
Sports Fanatics Advisory If you enjoy being outside and playing sports like softball, basketball, flag football, or other team sports, this is the advisory for you. We will discuss professional and collegiate sports from around the world. Emphasis will be placed on fun and friendships.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N
STEM 2 Science,
Electives
This course expands on the engineering design process as students dive deep into solving community based problems. Students will design, prototype, and create solutions to everyday problems that affect the teachers, staff and students at HTA. Learn basic electrical and carpentry skills as well as expand on 3D modeling and fabrication skills using a 3D printer. 1.00 HTA Intro to STEM or Physical Science, Biology N
Student Internship Electives Student Internship courses provide students with work experience in an existing occupation or career that is related to the student's program of study. 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. No letter grade will be awarded as course is pass/fail only.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA Spring semester only. Must have Counselor approval. N
Student Support Electives INTERNAL: Student Support 0.00 HTA N
Team Sports Physical Education 1.00 HTA approval by athletic director and PE teacher N
U.S. History and Government Social Studies 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. 1.00 HTA Y
Veterinary Science Electives As animals play an increasingly important role in our lives, scientists have sought to learn more about their health and well-being. In this course, students take a look at the animals that live in our homes, on our farms, and in zoos and wildlife sanctuaries, and examine some of the common diseases and treatments for domestic animals. They also learn about toxins, parasites, and infectious diseases that affect not only the animals around us, but at times, humans as well! The course provides an overview of veterinary medicine and science, and how the prevention and treatment of diseases and other health issues are studied and applied. 1.00 HTA N
Video 1 Electives 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 N
Video 2 Electives 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
Video 3 Electives 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
Web Application Development 1 Electives This course provides classroom and laboratory experiences to introduce students broadly to computer science principles. This course will introduce students to HTML 5, CSS 3, & Javascript programming languages to develop games and applications. Emphasis is on developing student's design and computational thinking skills to prepare them for building original applications for potential clients and compete in the computer science engineering industry. A strong foundation in Algebra I & grammar is required. 1.00 HTA N
Web Application Development 2 Electives This course provides classroom and laboratory experiences to advance student skill in HTML 5, CSS 3, & Javascript programming languages. Students will develop more dynamic games and applications for deployment. Emphasis is on developing student's design and computational thinking skills to prepare them for building original applications for potential clients and compete in the computer science engineering industry. 1.00 HTA Web Application Development 1 N
Web Application Development 3 Electives Students will dive deep into the Engineering Design Process and Rapid Prototyping. They will learn a variety of Back End Web topics including handling user input, producing templated output, storing information information in databases and data stores, and building applications with secure user information. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to create complex, interactive web applications from scratch and be able to deploy them to a cloud-based hosting provider.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA Computer Science: Back End Development or Application Development 2 N
Web Application Development 4 Electives Upon completion of this course, students will understand web architecture, including databases, and how web or mobile applications will interact with APIs. Students will also understand the role that developers play on an overall product team to prepare for a transition into a work environment. Students will also have the skills to become a Certified Amazon Web Services Developer.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
1.00 HTA Web Application Development 3 N
World History Social Studies This course contains lessons addressing historical periods from Prehistory through Globalization in the 21st century. The objectives of the lessons are directly aligned to current standards. Each multimedia lesson is designed to teach the major concepts for each historical period through text, visual aids, activities and assessments. 1.00 HTA Y
Yearbook Advisory Do you have passion for photography and want to leave a legacy for our school? Help create this year's Oahu High School yearbook. You will be able to create layout designs and write articles/captions that reflect all the cool stuff we do throughout the year at HTA.

Restricted to the following Island(s): Oahu
0.00 HTA N