James C. Enochs High School Program Offering Information Meeting 2014 Principal: Deborah Rowe Associate Principal: Derek Pendley James C. Enochs High School James C. Enochs High School Quick Facts 2404 Students – 92 Teachers Academic Performance Index – 821 API Attendance Rate: 96.39% James C. Enochs High School What is a Program Offering/Career Pathway? • A series of classes that have an emphasis on a particular vocation/career/area of interest. • These classes usually satisfy a specific graduation requirement, i.e. art or science and/or they may be counted in the elective requirement for graduation credit. • Usually there is one class per year, sometimes there are two. • Will give students a good idea as to if they have a genuine interest in this field or not. Program Offerings/Career Pathways • Cinema and Graphic Arts : • • Rebecca Fuentes Neal Barlow • Pre-Vet Science : • • Mike Brecht Forensic Biotech Science : • • Dave Menshew Graham Tuck Skills and training in Composition, Design, Layout, Editing and Photo Editing including Product Distribution and Economics involved with all distribution. Various Courses satisfy Visual/Performing Arts and/or Practical Art and Computer Literacy graduation requirements and are A-G approved. With the rise of social media and internet business there is a high demand for video and graphic designers in the work place. Course content is structured through project based learning both from lecture and hands-on experience This pathway prepares students to immediately go into the workforce, or continue to further their education by taking college level courses. Pre-Vet Science Agriculture program with a veterinary science emphasis. Helps prepare students for employment in the animal science veterinary field. Satisfies science and practical art graduation requirements. Pre-Vet Science The Program 9th Grade: 10th Grade: 11th Grade: 12th Grade: Ag Science 1-2 Ag Science 3-4 Ag Biology and/or Ag Computer Lit ROP Veterinary Science Additional Science course such as Chemistry are taken in the 11th or 12th grade. Pre-Vet Science Organized instruction which prepares students for employment in agriculture, advanced vet science training, and post secondary level education. Courses are CSU/UC approved. Courses must be taken in order. Pre-Vet Science 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade English English English English Math Math Math Math Integrated Ag Science 1-2 Integrated Ag Science 3-4 Integrated Ag Biology and/or Ag Computer Lit Vet Science ROP Health/W. Geo World History US History Gov/Econ PE PE or Elective Elective Science or Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Forensic/Biotech Academy Four year program designed to teach students about the world of forensic/biotech science as it applies to current real life careers. Courses satisfy science and elective graduation requirements. Forensic/Biotech Academy 9th graders take Pre-Academy Earth Science Academy begins in 10th grade Students stay together as a group for Science, English, and Social Science in grades 10, 11, & 12. Cross-curricular activities, field trips, and guest speakers. 9th and 10th grade science classes participate in forensics based labs throughout the school year. Forensic/Biotech Science The Program 9th Grade: 10th Grade: 11th Grade: 12th Grade: Pre-Academy Earth Science Academy Biology Forensics Biotechnology & Chemistry ROP Biotechnology 4 Additional Science classes such as Anatomy & Physiology are taken in the 12th grade. Forensic/Biotech Science Courses are structured through lecture, lab, and exploratory experiences. Courses must be taken in order. Year 1 & 2 courses are CSU/UC approved. Year 3 course is pending approval from CSU/UC. Year 4 is an approved research based ROP course. Forensic/Biotech Academy 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade English English English English Math Math Math Math Pre-Academy Earth Science Academy Biology Forensics/Biotech 3 ROP Biotech 4 Health/W. Geo World History US History Gov/Econ PE PE or Elective Chemistry Science or Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective James C. Enochs High School Program Offerings/Career Pathways Who is eligible to take these courses? Students living within the Enochs High School attendance area who meet the designated prerequisites for each course. Students living outside the Enochs attendance area (within Modesto City Schools) who apply and are accepted to Enochs High School on an Intra/Inter District Transfer. James C. Enochs High School Program Offerings/Career Pathways How to apply for an Intra/Inter District Transfer Establish that the student meets minimum requirements: Minimum 2.0 GPA No unsatisfactory citizenship marks No unexcused absences No suspensions James C. Enochs High School Program Offerings/Career Pathways How to apply for an Intra District Transfer continued Apply to Program of Interest by designated due date : February 28, 2014 – 3:00 PM Return all application documents to the Enochs Curriculum Office – Building A Interview (required for impacted programs). Acceptance or Denial notices will not be mailed until April. It is advised to ballot and register at your school of residence in the event of not being accepted into a program. James C. Enochs High School Program Offerings/Career Pathways Note - Program Offerings are 4-year programs Students accepted as Inter/Intra District transfers must always have a program offering/pathway course on their schedule 8th Grade Parent Night – February 27th at 6PM James C. Enochs High School Thank you for coming! Teachers will now be available for questions. Applications can be picked up from Teachers or Administrators.