WANIC Student Application


Students:

This application form is for the 2018-19 Academic Year. (DO NOT use this form if you are intending to apply for WANIC Summer 2018. See the WANIC Summer page.)

Review the list of WANIC Academic Year programs listed below and make a note of the program name, location, and class times for your FIRST choice of program you wish to apply for. If applicable, make a note of your SECOND choice as well. Then click the "Start New Application" button to apply. Note: Program details and availability are subject to change.

Please note that while the programs listed below currently have openings, course availability may change based on enrollment changes.

Programs Currently Available (listed alphabetically)

American Sign Language (1 HS credit)

Issaquah High School (Contact school for schedule)
Lake Washington High School (Contact school for schedule)

Explore American Sign Language, a visual/gestural language, and the community that uses it. Learn the vocabulary, grammar, and culturally-appropriate uses of ASL through natural, everyday conversational situations. Course Equivalency: World Languages (1.0 Issaquah)

Architectural & Engineering Design (2 HS credit)

Juanita High School (Contact school for schedule)

Incorporating the latest state-of-the-art techniques and equipment used in industry, learn Computer-Aided Drafting/Design (CAD) - both beginning and advanced. Gain exposure to the working environment of the engineering field while acquiring beginning drafting, modeling, and structural, civil engineering and architectural industrial design skills. (Can also be taken separately as a one period class)

Automotive Technology 1 (3 HS credits)

Bellevue High School (7:05-10:20 am)

This STEM course provides the foundation for entry into the automotive industry as a technician, service writer/manager, or future Engineer building cars. Students will be fast-tracked through the beginning requirements by the end of the first quarter. By the end of the first year, they will complete 3 of the 8 ASE content areas in a NATEF certified program. Students will take the ASE certification test at the beginning and end of the course to measure growth. Students will learn in a state-of-the art automotive shop and classroom. Leadership through Skills USA and ASB Auto Club is expected. Students will work on customer, shop owned and student scheduled vehicles.

Automotive Technology 2 (3 HS credits)

Bellevue High School (7:05-10:20 am)

At this advanced level of STEM training, students will focus on the intricacies of automotive professionalism. Successful completion of this class requires a high level of maturity, self-motivation, and a desire to succeed. This course has a strong STEM correlation with math, science and physics along with dexterity building and meter usage. Earn up to 15 college credits through Puget Sound College Credit. Leadership through Skills USA, membership in Auto Club, and job shadowing at local shops/dealerships. Topics studied revolve around the 8 nationally recognized Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) content areas. Students will study 4 ASE topics each year. Students will also take the ASE Certification test at the beginning and end of the course to show growth. Students will work on customer, shop owned and student scheduled vehicles.

Automotive Technology Seniors only (3 HS credits)

Bothell High School (7:20-10:29 am MTRF / 7:20-9:30 am W)

Discover the real world experience of an automotive career, including vehicle diagnosis and repair. Work with the latest test equipment, procedures and systems. Gain an understanding of tools and test equipment used in the auto industry, including electronic systems, steering and suspension, brakes and engine performance.

Automotive Technology 1 (2 HS credits)

Bellevue High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

This STEM course provides the foundation for entry into the automotive industry as a technician, service writer/manager, or future Engineer building cars. Students will be fast-tracked through the beginning requirements by the end of the first quarter. By the end of the first year, they will complete 3 of the 8 ASE content areas in a NATEF certified program. Students will take the ASE certification test at the beginning and end of the course to measure growth. Students will learn in a state-of-the art automotive shop and classroom. Leadership through Skills USA and ASB Auto Club is expected. Students will work on customer, shop owned and student scheduled vehicles.

Automotive Technology 2 (2 HS credits)

Bellevue High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

At this advanced level of STEM training, students will focus on the intricacies of automotive professionalism. Successful completion of this class requires a high level of maturity, self-motivation, and a desire to succeed. This course has a strong STEM correlation with math, science and physics along with dexterity building and meter usage. Earn up to 15 college credits through Puget Sound College Credit. Leadership through Skills USA, membership in Auto Club, and job shadowing at local shops/dealerships. Topics studied revolve around the 8 nationally recognized Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) content areas. Students will study 4 ASE topics each year. Students will also take the ASE Certification test at the beginning and end of the course to show growth. Students will work on customer, shop owned and student scheduled vehicles.

Automotive Technology Juniors only (2 HS credits)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Discover the real world experience of an automotive career, including vehicle diagnosis and repair. Work with the latest test equipment, procedures and systems. Gain an understanding of tools and test equipment used in the auto industry, including electronic systems, steering and suspension, brakes and engine performance.

Automotive Technology (0.5 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

This course offers students an opportunity to learn about the various systems within the automobile and how they affect the everyday operation of the vehicle. There will be classroom, as well as hands-on learning. Students will learn the basic theories of operation, and study information necessary to complete the authentic automobile assessment tasks. Some of the assessments include rotating tires, proper inflation, balancing a wheel, oil and filter changes, replacement of spark plugs, charging system checks, battery maintenance and basic electrical circuit testing. Students who complete the course with a B or better will qualify to earn College Credit.

Aviation (1 HS credit)

North Creek High School (Contact school for schedule)

Introduction to Flight is an exploratory course into the aviation careers. Come learn the principles of flight, aircraft and aircraft systems, flight environment, meteorology, radio communications, flight planning, aircraft performance, navigation, and more! The curriculum used in this course will prepare any student to take the FAA private pilot written exam.

Baking & Pastry Arts (2 HS credits)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Offered at Bothell High School, 2 periods (1st & 2nd), for sophomores, juniors and seniors. Exploring the world of baking breads, laminated dough, quick breads, pastries, pies, tarts, candies, cookies, chocolate, and industry standards. Course counts for 2 credits of occupational education and has no prerequisites.

Cisco Networking Academy CCNA (3 HS credits)

Newport High School (7:05-10:15 am)
Newport High School (1:45-4:30 pm)

Discover how to design, build, manage and troubleshoot corporate enterprise networks. Learn mitigation of security threats, wireless networks, and advanced troubleshooting skills with a major emphasis on hands-on learning. Each day half the class time is spent working in a state-of-the-art networking lab. Be prepared to take the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) exam at the completion of the course. 20 college Credits are available.

Cisco Networking Advanced CCNP (3 HS credits)

Newport High School (7:05-10:15 am)
Newport High School (1:45-4:30 pm)

This advanced curriculum trains students to install, configure and operate local and wide area networks using protocols and technologies such as TCP/IP, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, AAA, IPv6, MPLS, STP, DSL, VTP, Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet. This course makes extensive use of labs to focus on developing skills to build campus networks using multilayer switching technologies, creating and deploying a global intranet, and troubleshooting. Be prepared to take the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNP) exams at the completion of the course. Aspects of Voice-over-IP (VoIP) and Cisco Call Manager will be covered as well as aspects of VMWare and Microsoft virtualization of servers. Students also gain experience in setting up and configuring Microsoft Server products. College credits are available. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Cisco Networking Academy Course.

Cisco Networking Advanced Cyber Security (1 HS credit)

Newport High School (12:50-1:40 pm)

There has never been a greater need for professionals trained in cybersecurity. In today’s world everything is a target - from servers, computers, phones and routers to refrigerators and light bulbs. This course is designed to prepare students for certification in this field. Students learn how to select appropriate hardware and software to provide protection against known security threats. They perform advanced installation, configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting of Cisco IOS routers and ASA firewalls as well as generic network and server equipment. Intrusion detection and intrusion prevention features of Adaptive Security Appliances (ASA firewalls), switches and routers are discussed. Students learn how to set up site-to-site VPNs between Cisco and non-Cisco devices as well as remote access VPNs between Cisco devices and clients. Encryption algorithms such as AES, IPSEC, 3DES and MD5 are discussed and implemented. This course prepares students for the following industry standard exams: Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (IINS); Implementing Cisco Secure Access Solutions (SISAS); Implementing Cisco Edge Network Security Solutions (SENSS); Implementing Cisco Secure Mobility Solutions (SIMOS); and Implementing Cisco Threat Control Solutions (SITCS). Completion of these exams earns a student the Cisco Certified Security Professional certification.

Composite Engineering & Manufacturing Semester 1 (1 HS credit - 2 periods/1 semester)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Do you want to design and build fun projects like snowboards, skateboards, guitars, consumer products, aerospace, auto and marine fabrication/repair, sporting equipment, and other interesting stuff? Composite manufacturing and materials engineering have evolved into a diverse industry and can be found in marine, aerospace, automotive, sports equipment, construction, alternative energy, consumer products, and medicine creating an expanding wealth of opportunity for talented professionals. This is a great course for students who want to pursue a 4-year degree in Engineering and/or Materials Science. Apply for Semester 1 and/or Semester 2. This class can be repeated. (1.0 HS credits 2 periods/1 semester)

Composite Engineering & Manufacturing Semester 2 (1 HS credit - 2 periods/1 semester)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Do you want to design and build fun projects like snowboards, skateboards, guitars, consumer products, aerospace, auto and marine fabrication/repair, sporting equipment, and other interesting stuff? Composite manufacturing and materials engineering have evolved into a diverse industry and can be found in marine, aerospace, automotive, sports equipment, construction, alternative energy, consumer products, and medicine creating an expanding wealth of opportunity for talented professionals. This is a great course for students who want to pursue a 4-year degree in Engineering and/or Materials Science. Apply for Semester 1 and/or Semester 2. This class can be repeated. (1.0 HS credits 2 periods/1 semester)

Construction Trades (2 HS credits)

Interlake High School (7:05-9:20 am)

Construction Trades is a new 2-hour course specifically designed to prepare students for the field of construction with a great deal of time devoted to hands-on projects. Students will learn and practice the processes used in building a house. Students will learn from hands-on experience with wall construction and framing, residential wiring, finish carpentry, roofing, material selection, technical mathematics and blueprint reading. Students will gain the knowledge and skillset to successfully succeed in this rapidly changing work force and be prepared for post-secondary education.

Construction/Woodworking Trades (0.5 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

The focus of the Woodworking Class is on the use of wood as an art and design medium. The program is designed to enable students to conceptualize, design, and create one-of-a-kind functional related artwork. Courses provide students the opportunity to develop their conceptual and technical abilities while creating a variety of projects. Instruction covers the use of traditional and advanced tools and processes commonly used to shape and fabricate woodbased objects. The emphasis of the course is on creative problem solving, hand and power tool proficiency, and quality craftsmanship.

Criminal Justice (1 HS credit)

Skyline High School (Contact school for schedule)

Explore the fascinating and complex American criminal justice system. Criminal Justice focuses on the laws in the State of WA, police policy/procedures, and career exploration of the many diverse occupations that function within this system. Other critical issues (Supreme Court rulings, criminal justice reform, etc.), are surveyed in \"real time\", as they occur throughout the school year. Advanced course content includes public administration/policy, employment factors and project based learning. Course Equivalency: Social Studies (1.0 Skyline)

Criminal Justice (0.5 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

Criminal Justice is offered for the student to continue the study of criminal law. The aim of this course is to give students an in-depth study of the criminal justice system. SKILLS DEVELOPED: Students will learn about the nature of crime, police and law enforcement, court proceedings, sentencing, and corrections. Career options will also be explored. Students will continue to develop and demonstrate decision-making skills and courtroom procedures by participating in various mock criminal proceedings. Students will take a fieldtrip to Monroe prison or King County Superior Court.

Culinary Arts (3 HS credits)

Newport High School (7:05-10:15 am)
Newport High School (1:45-4:30 pm)

Culinary Arts is a comprehensive, career focused introduction to the fundamentals of culinary arts and the professional kitchen in a commercial kitchen. Students will learn French cooking techniques, culinary terminology, knife skills, aesthetics of food presentation, baking and pastry techniques, and explore a wide variety of foods and cuisines. In addition, students will have the opportunity to practice safety and sanitation procedures, restaurant management, customer relations, build team and leadership skills and catering and table service. There are also, industry related field trips to observe professionals and explore career possibilities. An out of class externship is required.

Culinary Arts Advanced (3 HS credits)

Newport High School (7:05-10:15 am)
Newport High School (1:45-4:30 pm)

Students in Advanced Culinary Arts have the opportunity to expand and refine their culinary expertise. Students are prepared with broad and transferable planning, management, communication, and advanced food production skills for employment and post-secondary education. The class includes 70 hours of externship outside the classroom. Prerequisite: Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts (2 HS credits)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Offered at Bothell High school, 2 periods (5/6 period), 1 full year, for sophomores, juniors and seniors. No prerequisite required. Hands on Knife Skills, Poultry Fabrication, Cooking Methods, Soups, Stocks, Sauces, Breads, Cookies, Cakes, Catering, Service, Food industry jobs. This course counts as 1 Occ Ed credit and 1 Lab Science credit and 16 college credits at local community and technical college.

Culinary Arts (1 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

This nationally certified program introduces students to a wide variety of careers in the Food Service Industry. Pro Start, “Where the Pros Start”, will provide students with work habits that will contribute to their success in employment. Students will understand the basic principles of a daily business operation including ethical practice and product marketing. In addition, students will acquire an awareness of the laws, codes, regulations and labor management that govern food industry business. Skills will be taught in the use of tools/utensils, machines and processes to produce a product and provide a service. Students will learn to accept responsibility in leadership and be part of a team, while demonstrating the skills and attitude that contribute to a safe working environment.

Dental Careers (3 HS credits)

WANIC (7:15-9:45 am)
WANIC (12:00-2:30 pm)
WANIC (3:00-5:30 pm)

Explore many dental career possibilities. In a new, state of the art dental learning lab, learn about instruments; dental materials; four-handed dentistry; preventative, restorative and specialty procedures; patient charting; sterilization; Radiography; General and oral anatomy; microbiology; terminology; First Aid/CPR; and Infection control. Course Equivalency: Lab Science (1.0)

DigiPen Art & Animation Academy 1st Year (3 HS credits)

Digipen (7:30-10:00 am)
Digipen (12:30-3:00 pm)
Digipen (3:30-6:00 pm)

Open the door to the creative world of fine art and animation production. Study professional production animation from traditional art theory and skills development to composition and storytelling in 2D animation and 3D modeling. You will be prepared for further education as well as achieve the baseline skills to succeed as an artist/illustrator/animator in the video games and film industries. Course Equivalency: Fine Art (1.0), Art History/Social Studies (1.0)

DigiPen Art & Animation Academy 2nd Year (AP) (3 HS credits)

Digipen (7:30-10:00 am)
Digipen (12:30-3:00 pm)
Digipen (3:30-6:00 pm)

Second Year Art & Animation Academy. Pre-requisite DigiPen Art & Animation Academy 1st Year. Course Equivalency: AP Fine Art - Drawing (1.0)

DigiPen Music & Sound Design 1st Year (3 HS credits)

Digipen (7:30-10:00 am)
Digipen (12:30-3:00 pm)
Digipen (3:30-6:00 pm)

Discover the exciting opportunities of music engineering and sound design. Combine music composition, history, and theory with practical training in studio recording techniques. Apply fundamentals in computer science, mathematics, and physics to sound design principles. Learn what it takes to work within teams in real-world settings to create interactive audio for video games and engaging soundtracks for film.

DigiPen Video Game Programming 1st Year (AP) (3 HS credits)

Digipen (7:30-10:00 am)
Digipen (12:30-3:00 pm)
Digipen (3:30-6:00 pm)

Become a \"maker of technology\", not just a user of technology. Learn how today\'s digital games and interactive experiences are created. You will make a series of games using DigiPen\'s Zero Engine while learning the basics of programming in \'C\'. Integrate mathematics and design theory. Immerse yourself in the game production process and explore pathways into video game careers. Prerequisite: Algebra 2 or instructor permission Course Equivalency: AP Computer Science Principles(1.0)

DigiPen Video Game Programming 2nd Year (3 HS credits)

Digipen (12:30-3:00 pm)
Digipen (3:30-6:00 pm)

Second Year Video Game Programming. Pre-requisite DigiPen Video Game Programming 1st Year. Course Equivalency: Math Analysis. (1.0)

Digital Media Academy (1 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

Join some of the most talented digital artists in the Northwest at the Mount Si Digital Media Arts Academy and get your name engraved on one of the many golden trophies lining the wall of fame. This year long course will give you the opportunity to master professional media tools and develop industry specific skills in your choice of digital media tracks including filmmaking, graphics design, animation, and web designs. You will work individually and with interdisciplinary teams of students to create significant projects for your professional portfolio/demo reel.

Engineering Design / IB Design & Tech SL & HL (2 HS credits)

Inglemoor High School (Contact school for schedule)

Are you interested in design, engineering, architecture, and the environment? Do you like developing creative solutions to complex problems? The focus of this project based course is to design and engineer products/systems that balance our human footprint with the natural earth system. While working alongside industry partners, students will apply the concepts of whole system design, life cycle analysis, and the triple-bottom line to develop a comprehensive culminating project. Students will have the opportunity to showcase their project at the annual WSU Imagine Tomorrow Competition. They will also participate in industry tours and related site visits for inspiration and career planning. This course is year 2 of a 2-year course sequence focused on Engineering & Design (1st year course is IB Design Technology SL). Prerequisite: Successful completion of IB Design Technology SL or related Introduction to Engineering & Design is recommended. For more information about this amazing course, visit the class website at www.ideaclassroom.org

Event Planning, Hospitality and Tourism (2 HS credits)

Inglemoor High School (Contact school for schedule)

Through motivating classroom and practical experiences, learn administration and coordination, customer service, hospitality, marketing, and leadership as they relate to the business of planning and conducting business and social events. Cross-credit: Business English (1.0) (CADR approved)

Fire & EMS 1st Year (3 HS credits)

WANIC (7:15-9:45 am)
WANIC (12:00-2:30 pm)
WANIC (3:00-5:30 pm)

Learn the skills necessary to pursue a career in the fire service, and to be an integral part of a community emergency response team. Taught by fire-fighting professionals, you are introduced to: Firefighter training; fire prevention, inspection and investigation; alarm systems; dispatching, CERT, and emergency medical services. You will drill at fire stations all over the Eastside in full bunker gear to further experience all this profession has to offer. This is a realistic mix of hands-on training and academic learning that closely imitates a career in this exciting field. Course Equivalency: Health (.5), P.E. (1.0)

Fire & EMS 2nd Year (3 HS credits)

WANIC (7:15-9:45 am)
WANIC (12:00-2:30 pm)
WANIC (3:00-5:30 pm)

Learn the skills necessary to pursue a career in the fire service, and to be an integral part of a community emergency response team. Taught by fire-fighting professionals, you are introduced to: Firefighter training; fire prevention, inspection and investigation; alarm systems; dispatching, CERT, and emergency medical services. You will drill at fire stations all over the Eastside in full bunker gear to further experience all this profession has to offer. This is a realistic mix of hands-on training and academic learning that closely imitates a career in this exciting field. Course Equivalency: P.E. (1.0)

Graphic Design and Production Studio (2 HS credits)

Sammamish High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

If you are interested in running your own business or the field of Graphic Arts this might be the class for you. This class is designed to provide students who are either seeking entry-level employment or post-secondary training with the skills needed to enter the field of graphic arts. Graphic Design and Production Studio is run as an actual graphics business including offset printing, electronic pre-press, screen printing, sign making and digital printing. Students are responsible for all aspects of this business including customer relations, inventory and quality control, and time management. Class members have the opportunity to participate in SkillsUSA, a national student organization that provides the opportunity to develop additional leadership skills and to enter competitions with other graphics students from around the state and country.

Health Science Careers/Nursing (3 HS credits)

WANIC (7:15-9:45 am)
WANIC (12:00-2:30 pm)
WANIC (3:00-5:30 pm)
Woodinville High School (7:20-9:50 am MTRF / 7:20-9:20 am W)
Woodinville High School (11:25-1:55 pm MTRF / 10:40-12:20 pm W)
Sammamish High School (7:05-10:15 am)

This intensive course of study introduces students to a variety of careers in the health care industry with emphasis on hands-on, patient-oriented skills training for those interested in becoming nurses, physicians, and other therapists. Learn about a variety of health care topics, procedures and careers in patient care, earn certification in CPR/First Aid, and attend clinical internship in health care facilities. At the end of the year, students who meet course requirements for Nursing Assistant Certified (NAC) qualify to complete the Washington National Nurse Aid Assessment Program (NNAAP) allowing them to provide patient care. The rigor required for success in this class plus college credits earned allow students to immediately enter employment in the health care industry and/or to continue their post-secondary education. Course Equivalency: Lab Science (1.0), Health (.5). Compare this class description with Medical Careers to understand your options.

Health Science Careers/Nursing (2 HS credits)

Sammamish High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

Explore the challenging and exciting career possibilities in health care. Students learn about health care topics such as patient care skills, CPR and First Aid, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, disease pathology, and career paths. Starting in January students train as nursing assistants through internships at health care facilities and hospitals. Areas of rotation have included long-term care settings, emergency room, cardiac catheterization, the mother-baby unit and rehabilitation units such as OT, PT, and speech therapy. Great clinical sites and leadership activities make this course invaluable for students considering careers in health settings.

Interior Design (0.5 HS credit)

Juanita High School (Contact school for schedule)

In this course students will learn and apply the basics of design to housing and home interiors. Topics will include the study of color, lighting, furniture arrangement and furniture styles, kitchen and bath planning, floor coverings, fabrics, housing styles, window treatments, accessories, and space planning. The final project will be to complete designs for the interior of a home. Field trips to local home-design-related businesses will be part of this course. Students who are interested in design and like to work in a project-oriented class, will be successful in this course. Most assigned work is completed during class time, but students can expect up to 1 hour of homework per week. Materials Fee: $15

Media Production (Video, Television & Film Production) (2 HS credits)

Newport High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

Are you interested in learning about television production, making movies, and Professional Videos? Media Production Technology covers Professional Video and Film Production. Students work in a modern video and film postproduction facility with industry standard, state-of-the-art equipment. Students get hands on experience planning, writing, directing, shooting, editing and producing video, using digital video cameras, and professional computer editors, audio and lighting equipment. Student projects are entered in local and national video and film festivals. Students explore career opportunities in this exciting and rapidly expanding industry through visits to local studios and video production facilities, and through meeting industry professionals who visit as guest speakers. This class prepares students for advanced college courses and/or for work in the industry. Students can obtain their Adobe Certification in the Adobe CC products such as Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects.

Medical Careers (3 HS credits)

WANIC (7:15-9:45 am)
WANIC (12:00-2:30 pm)
WANIC (3:00-5:30 pm)

Learn the language of doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals in a state-of-the-art facility. Skills you will learn: pediatric ambulatory care, surgical instrument prep, vital signs, treatment room procedures, CPR/First Aid, law and ethics, medical terminology, infection control, patient positioning, office practices including patient records. Combine this with field trips, guest speakers, team building and leadership activities as you prepare for further education or an exciting career. Compare this class description with Health Science Careers to understand your options. Lab Fee: $100 Course Equivalency: Lab Science (1.0), Health (.5). Compare this class description with Health Science Careers to understand your options.

Nursery & Greenhouse Operations (2 HS credits)

Interlake High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

Students can begin or continue their study of horticulture and the green industry through extensive industry related experience. Students will maintain and operate state-of-the-art greenhouses as they extend their knowledge of the horticulture industry, plant production and sales through the student-run yearly plants sales. Students will develop the sales from the ground up by selecting plants, propagating plants, and planning and managing the sales. They will take extensive horticultural field trips, use community resources and develop projects that take an in-depth look at the horticulture industry. Students will participate in maintaining the school arboretum and partner with the community to improve green spaces. Through hands-on learning, students will gain entry-level job skills and possible opportunities for summer work. Students will be prepared for further study in Environmental Science, Urban Forestry, Ecology, Green Environments, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.

Radio Broadcasting (1 HS credit)

Bellevue High School (8:30-9:20 am)

Experience the ins and out of radio operation as you run KASB 89.9 FM. Students program their own one hour radio show each week where they play their own music. Students go live on the air during the period with talk shows, news and sports.

Sports Medicine (3 HS credits)

Issaquah High School (1:55-4:25 pm)

In this advanced and accelerated course students will learn anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, First Aid/CPR, nutrition, injury prevention, taping and wrapping and rehabilitation competencies through classroom instruction, lab participation and field internships. Course Equivalency: Science (1.0 Issaquah)

Sports Medicine (1 HS credit)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Learn anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, First Aid/CPR, nutrition, injury prevention, taping and wrapping and rehabilitation competencies through classroom instruction, lab participation and field internships.

Sports Medicine Advanced (1 HS credit)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Learn anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, First Aid/CPR, nutrition, injury prevention, taping and wrapping and rehabilitation competencies through classroom instruction, lab participation and field internships.

Sports Medicine Beginning (1 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

This class gives students the basic skills and knowledge for entry level employment or higher education in today’s healthcare industry. SKILLS DEVELOPED: This class is to be taken as a basic introduction to the different careers within the field of sports medicine and athletic training. Students are given the opportunity to learn some of the basic skills necessary to work in entry level healthcare jobs. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Students in this course are required to complete 25 hours of athletic training experience after school with the certified athletic trainer. During this experience they are to assist the athletic trainer at athletic practices and games/events. Students are also required to complete two clinical internships in the career areas of their choice.

Teaching Academy 1st Year (2 HS credits)

Bothell High School (Contact school for schedule)

Find out if teaching is for you by spending approximately 90 hours actually working in a classroom of your choice. Gain a better understanding of: how you learn, how schools are run/funded, diversity in the classroom, special needs students, the history of education, and how to become a teacher in Washington. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.5 GPA and instructor approval

Teaching Academy 1 (2 HS credits)

Newport High School (10:20 am-12:10 pm)
Newport High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

Explore and experience the educational system from teaching to administration. In addition to instruction and seminars at the high school, students will intern with a mentor teacher at a preschool, elementary, middle, or high school of their choice. Throughout the year, students participate in the inner-workings of the classroom, school and district. They will gain knowledge and experience in teamwork, time management, communication, leadership, and current issues in the school system. This course is a must for students interested in a professional career in education.

Teaching Academy 2 (2 HS credits)

Newport High School (10:20 am-12:10 pm)
Newport High School (1:45-3:30 pm)

Students will continue to increase their knowledge about teaching and learning through daily internship experiences. Students will work closely with the Teaching Academy instructor and mentor teacher to complete independent assignments and projects.

Teaching Academy (1 HS credit)

Juanita High School (Contact school for schedule)
Skyline High School (Contact school for schedule)

Teaching Academy at Juanita HS: This course is a must for students interested in a professional career in education. Students will intern with a mentor teacher at a preschool, elementary, middle, or high school of their choice. Throughout the year, students participate in the inner-workings of the classroom, school and district. They will gain knowledge and experience in teamwork, time management, communication, leadership, and current issues in the school system. This is a college level course. As an intern, students will perform duties such as tutoring, grading, supervising and eventually teaching. Students will work closely with the Teaching Academy instructor and mentor teacher to complete independent assignments and projects. Students will gain experience in understanding the learner, schools, teachers and teaching as well as exploring pathways for their future. . . Teaching Academy at Skyline HS: Find out if teaching is for you by spending approximately 90 hours actually working in a classroom of your choice. Gain a better understanding of: how you learn, how schools are run/funded, diversity in the classroom, special needs students, the history of education, and how to become a teacher in Washington.

Viticulture (1 HS credit)

Woodinville High School (Contact school for schedule)

Viticulture is the science behind the production and growing of grapes. Join this amazing new program as we join our local industry partners to learn about the application of science and agriculture principles to the business of grape growing. Units of study include instruction in grapes of the world; grape production; plant biology; chemistry; food science, safety, packaging; soil science; vineyard and pest management; and marketing and business management.

Welding Technology, Design & Fabrication (2 HS credits)

Interlake High School (7:05 - 9:20 am)

Design, layout and fabricate projects using processes and procedures found in the metal-working industry. Individual and group projects are modeled after industrial welding operations and are held in a large, well-equipped classroom laboratory. Metal sculpting and individual projects are important elements of this course.

Welding Technology Semester 1 (1 HS credit 2 periods/1 semester)

Woodinville High School (Contact school for schedule)

Woodinville High School: Design, layout and fabricate projects using processes and procedures found in the metal-working industry. Individual and group projects are modeled after industrial welding operations and are held in a large, well-equipped classroom laboratory. Metal sculpting and individual projects are important elements of this course. Apply for Semester 1 and/or Semester 2. This class can be repeated. (1.0 HS credits 2 periods/1 semester)

Welding Technology Semester 2 (1 HS credit 2 periods/1 semester)

Woodinville High School (Contact school for schedule)

Woodinville High School: Design, layout and fabricate projects using processes and procedures found in the metal-working industry. Individual and group projects are modeled after industrial welding operations and are held in a large, well-equipped classroom laboratory. Metal sculpting and individual projects are important elements of this course. Apply for Semester 1 and/or Semester 2. This class can be repeated. (1.0 HS credits 2 periods/1 semester)

Welding Technology Beginning (0.5 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

Students learn to design, layout and fabricate projects using different materials, processes and procedures found in the metal working industry. The student will learn basic metal-working skills while developing attitudes and habits necessary for working safely and effectively in this environment. Problem solving techniques will be developed in designing and determining the materials and equipment to be used to produce a productive manufacturing environment. Additionally, students receive instruction, practice and gain experience with: oxy/acetylene welding and brazing; wirefeed welding (MIG/GMAW); stick or electric arc welding (SMAW); tungsten inert gas welding (TIG/GTAW); plasma metal cutting; and aluminum welding. Individual and team projects are modeled after industrial operations and are carried out in a large well-equipped classroom laboratory. Students will also have the opportunity to explore and investigate career and occupational options.

Welding Technology Advanced (0.5 HS credit)

Mount Si High School (Contact school for schedule)

Students must complete Welding/ Metals & MFG Beginning course before taking the Advanced course.