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for the highschool class of 2018

taxpietaxpie Registered User Posts: 16 Junior Member
share your 4 years of classes you take from freshman to senior year if you want to, i did math1/algebra in 8th grade
freshman year semster 1
earth and enivormental science
english 1
principles of business
freshman year semster 2
carrer management
math 2
world history
foods 1
10 th grade year 1st semester
study skills( i did not want to take it because it was a waste of a class, but was forced to do so and i made good grades)
math 3
personal finance ( highschool version)
civics and economics
10th grade 2nd semester
American history 1
American history 2
English 2
Business law (highschool version)
11th grade 1st semster
sports and entrainment marketing 1
spanish 1
pre-calculus honors
English 3 honors
11th grade 2nd semster
English 4
microsoft execl and acess
acconting 131: federal income taxes (college class)
12th grade 1st semster
chemistry honors
entrueneurship 1 honors
accounting 120: principles of financial accounting (college class)
Business 110: Introduction to business (college class)
Business 115: Business law 1(college class)
12th grade 2nd semester
Accounting 121: principles of managerial accounting (college class)
Accounting 150: Accounting software applications (college class)
Business 121: Business math(college class)
Business 125: personal finance (college class)

Replies to: for the highschool class of 2018

  • PhantomlinkPhantomlink Registered User Posts: 211 Junior Member
    Middle School:
    Spanish 1
    Spanish 2
    English Honors 1
    Algebra 1 Honors

    9th Grade:
    Criminal Justice Operations 1
    Introduction to Information Technology
    English Honors 2
    Spanish 3 Honors
    Geometry Honors
    Art (3-D semester 1, 2-D semester 2)
    Biology 1 Honors

    10th Grade:
    Criminal Justice Operations 2
    Digital Design 1
    English Honors 3
    Algebra 2
    AP World History
    Chemistry 1 Honors

    11th Grade:
    Criminal Justice Operations 3
    AP Capstone Seminar
    AP English Language & Composition
    Weight Training (s1) Drivers Ed (s2)
    Pre-Calculus Honors
    AP U.S. History
    Physics 1 Honors

    12th Grade:
    Criminal Justice Operations 4
    AP Capstone Research
    AP English Literature & Composition
    Forensic Science
    Statistics Honors
    AP Computer Science Principles

    Online Courses:
    Sociology (10th grade)
    AP Psychology (10th grade)
    Law Studies (11th grade)
    Foundations of Programming (11th grade)
    U.S. Government Honors (12th grade)
    AP Computer Science A (12th grade)
  • momtogirls2momtogirls2 Registered User Posts: 477 Member
    edited November 2017
    I'll post my daughter's since she isn't on cc -

    Spanish 1 and Algebra 1 - neither are on transcript or count for high school

    Geometry honors
    US History 1 honors
    English 9 honors
    PE (two semesters)
    Biology honors
    Spanish 2 honors
    Accounting 1 honors

    Algebra 2 honors
    English 10 honors
    Chemistry honors
    Spanish 3 honors
    US History 2 honors
    Accounting 2 honors

    11th - all dual enrollment
    1st semester
    Principles of Accounting 1
    Spanish Intermediate
    College Algebra for STEM/Business majors (advanced class primarily to get trig component)
    English Writing 1

    2nd semsester
    Western Civ from 1500
    Intro to Business
    some advanced bio class
    Principles of Accounting 2

    12th grade - all dual enrollment
    business law
    Calculus 1
    English writing 2
    Intro to Marketing

    2nd semester
    corporate finance

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