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Humanities Career Paths

Humanities Career Paths include: Communication Arts Career Options include: Translator, Linguist, Missionary, Interpreter, Foreign Correspondent, Overseas Sales Representative, International Airline Employee, Peace Corps Volunteer, Foreign Service Employee, United Nations Employee, Writer, Editor, Proofreader, Photojournalist, Sports Writer, Publicist, News Editor, Layout Specialist, Reporter, Technical Writer, Magazine Editor, Public Relations Specialist. Human & Public Service Career Options include: Social Worker, Teacher (preschool/kindergarten, grade school, high school), Professor, Psychologist, Counselor (substance abuse/vocational/family/marriage), Child Care Worker, Day Care Manager, Psychiatric Aide, Educational Assistant, Mental Health Program Director, Adult Day Care Worker, School Administrator, Job Corps Program Director, Judge, Lawyer, Policeman, CIA Agent, FBI Agent, Detective, Border Patrol, Court Clerk, Paralegal, Hostage Negotiator, Elected Official, Lobbyist Liberal Arts Career Options include: Historian, Philosopher, Museum Curator, Archivist, Librarian, Archeologist, Anthropologist, Foreign Service, Professor, Movie Critic, Editorialist, Human Activist, Lobbyist. International Studies/World Languages Career Options include: Tour Director, International Business, Diplomat Elective course offerings: Abnormal Psychology, AP French, AP German, AP Psychology, AP Spanish, Associated Students, Career Internship, Career Prep, CBI Internship, College Prep, Creative Writing, I, II, Criminal Law, ESL Beginner, ESL Enrichment, French I, II, III, IV, German I, II, III, IV, Gifted Seminar I, II, III, Hi Impact Reading, Human Rights Introduction to Journalism Italian I, II, III, IV, Mythology and Folklore, Pathfinder/Advisory, Problems of Philosophy, Practical Law, Psychology, Science Fiction, Service Learning, Sociology, Spanish I, II, III, IV, V, Spanish for Spanish Speakers, Story of Movies, Yearbook I, II, III Clubs and Activities • National Honor Society • Key Club • Best Buddies • Avid • Associated Students (Student Council) • National History Day • International Club • Chess Club • Educators Rising • Fearless Club • Native American Student Union • Yearbook 19

Science & Math (SciMatics) Career Paths Include: Health Sciences Career Path Suggested Core Classes: Chemistry and Biology – or their Advanced Placement (AP) equivalents, AP Statistics or Trigonometry or Pre-AP Pre- Calculus Career Options include: Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist, Dietician, Anesthesiologist, Physician, Surgeon, Pediatrician, Respiratory Therapist, Surgical Technician, Physician Assistant, Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Optician, Dentist, Dental Hygienist, Obstetrician, Pharmacist, Emergency Medical Technician, Radiologist, Medical Lab Technician, Phlebotomist, Athletic Trainer, Pathologist, Crime Lab Technician, Industrial Hygienist, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, and Veterinarian Environmental Sciences Career Path Suggested Core Classes: Chemistry and Biology and Physics – or their Advanced Placement (AP) equivalents, Trigonometry or Pre AP Pre-Calculus or AP Statistics Career Options include: Conservationist, Botanist, Meteorologist, Marine Biologist, Zoologist, Wildlife Biologist, Forestry Worker, Game and Fish Manager, Water Treatment Operator, Geologist, Hydrologist, HazMat Officer, Waste Management Facilities Manager, Environmental Protection Field Agent, Biochemist, Geochemist, Environmental Chemist, Environmental Scientist, Restoration Ecologist, Conservationist, Park Naturalist, Water Quality Administrator STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Career Path Suggested Core Classes: PreAP Conceptual Physics & Pre Ap Earth & Space Science, Chemistry, Biology, Physics – or their Advanced Placement (AP) equivalents, PreAP Pre-Calculus or Ap statistics or AP Calculus Career Options include: Biologist, Chemist, Physicist, Geologist, Engineer, Forensic Engineer, Architect, Astronomer, Astrophysicist, Ecologist, Molecular Biologist, Botanist, Marine Biologist, Zoologist, Biochemist, Forensic Scientist, Geochemist, Environmental Chemist, Anthropologist, Computer Programmer, Applied Mathematician, Theoretical Mathematician, Statistician, Actuary, Linear Programmer, Math or Science Teacher Elective Course Offerings: Sports Medicine (I - III), PLTW © Principles of Biomedical Science, Anatomy and Physiology, Forensics, Natural Disasters, Zoology, Astronomy, AP Environmental Science, AP Chemistry and Advanced Chemistry Lab, AP Biology and Advanced Biology Lab, AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2, AP Physics C Mechanics, AP Physics C Electricity and Magnetism, PLTW© Principles of Engineering, PLTW© Introduction to Engineering and Design, PLTW© Clubs and Activities • Science Olympiad • M-cubed (Math) Club • Student Research Expo

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