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DIRECT or SKILLS CLASSES

Registered students have the option of taking classes for skill-building, personal interest, or diploma credit.

DIRECT/SKILLS CLASSES

OPTIONAL FOR OUR STUDENTS  

These classes are offered and taught by our highly qualified teachers.  These classes can be taken separately or in conjunction with our other programs; diploma or ESL.  Those who are working towards a credit diploma can take these classes for credit. 

NOTE: Any classes taken for credit have a MANDATORY ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT.

ENGLISH

Offered classes may include;

  • Basic composition
  • Basic reading
  • Grade level English classes (9th-12th grade)

 

MATH

Offered classes may include;

  • Basic math
  • Lifestyle math
  • Grade level math classes (9th-11th grade)

SCIENCE

Offered classes may include;

  • Grade level science classes (9th-12th grade)
    • Physical
    • Life

SOCIAL STUDIES

Offered classes may include;

  • Government & Citizenship
  • World Civilizations
  • US History
  • Social Studies electives
    • EX: Psychology

OTHER CLASSES

FINE ARTS

DIGITAL STUDIES

HEALTHY LIVING

CAREER/TECHNICAL ED

  • Drawing/Sketching/Painting
  • Digital Art
  • Ceramics
  • Music
  • Business Office Specialist
    • Word'Excel
    • PowerPoint
  • Other industry-recognized credentials
  • Health
  • Physical Education
  • Fit for Life
  • Work-based learning
    • Resumes
    • Computer skills
    • Interpersonal skills

CLASSES NOT LISTED ABOVE  

Financial Lit is a class that can be offered, as well.  Also, any class taken can be placed automatically into the elective category for credit diploma seekers.  There is an attendance requirement for those taking classes for credit.

STRUCTURE OF CLASSES

SCHEDULE

Classes are typically offered on a monthly basis.  Here are some things to keep in mind:

Each session consists of at least 8 class days of 2 hours each.
Classes may not be offered at all sites/locations and vary in time offered.
More than one class can be attended in a month as long as it doesn't interfere with session class.
Students must attend 7 out of 7/8 classes in order to receive diploma credit.
Tardiness of past fifteen minutes counts as an absence.
Students can earn 0.25 credit for successful completion of a class, 0.5 (total) if they complete an associated project.
All classes can count as ELECTIVE credit.

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A STUDENT?

801-476-3930

CALL US and set up a time to come in for an orientation to learn more.

OR

FILL OUT our pre-registration form and we will call you to set you up with an orientation to learn more.

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