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Associated Student Body (ASB) Classes


Electives


Elective Class Descriptions

ASB Leadership

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Length: One semester
  • Occurrence: Fall Semester Only
  • Repeat: Can be taken up to four times for credit.

ASB Leadership is a group project based class designed to serve the social needs of our CPA school community. Students enrolled in ASB Leadership will be required to attend a weekly meeting every Monday to work with other class members on school community projects that include the following:

  • Student Leadership organizes election for Student Officers
  • Plan and Help Facilitate Student Activities such as Spirit Week, Symposium, Game Nights, Talent Show and much more.
  • Daily Discussion Forum monitoring- ASB leaders help to monitor student posts to help support the school community.
  • Daily Discussion Forum Content- ASB leaders will be required to create some of the DD devotions and activities.
  • Project Reach Out- Students will help to encourage and pray for students who have publicly announced their struggles in the Daily Discussion Forum.

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ASB News Leaders

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Length: One semester
  • Occurrence: Fall & Spring Semesters
  • Repeat: Can be taken up to two times for credit and additionally for no-credit.

ASB News Leaders is a group project based class designed to serve the print media of our CPA school community. Students enrolled in ASB Newsleader will be required to attend a weekly class meeting to work with other class members on school community projects that include the following:

  • Support the community by keeping them informed on all CPA news
  • Interviews students, staff and families to collect news stories
  • Attends school events to report and highlight the details of those events to the community
  • Designs and creates a monthly newsletter the is published for the community

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ASB Tech Team

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Length: One semester
  • Occurrence: Fall & Spring Semesters
  • Repeat: Can be taken up to two times for credit and additionally for no-credit.

ASB Tech Team is a group project based class designed to serve by organizing and creating Digital Media of our CPA school community. Students enrolled in ASB Tech Team will be required to attend a weekly class meeting to work with other class members on school community projects that include the following:

  • Organize School photos
  • Digital coverage of all school events
  • Monday Video Announcements in Daily Discussion Forum
  • Talent Show production

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ASB Yearbook

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Length: One semester
  • Occurrence: Spring Semester Only
  • Repeat: Can be taken up to two times for credit and additionally for no-credit.

ASB Yearbook is a group project based class designed to serve by organizing and creating an annual yearbook for our CPA school community. Students enrolled in ASB Yearbook Team will be required to attend a weekly class meeting to work with other class members on school community projects that include the following:

  • Organize School photos
  • Create school yearbook
  • 8th grade promotion slideshow
  • 12th grade Senior Farewell slideshow

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College & Career Prep I

High school students have many questions about the college application process, what it takes to be a successful college student, and how to begin thinking about their careers. In College and Career Preparation I, students obtain a deeper understanding of what it means to be ready for college. Students are informed about the importance of high school performance in college admissions and how to prepare for college testing. They know the types of schools and degrees they may choose to pursue after high school and gain wide exposure to the financial resources available that make college attainable. Career readiness is also a focus. Students connect the link between interests, college majors, and future careers by analyzing career clusters. Students come away from this course understanding how smart preparation and skill development in high school can lead into expansive career opportunities after they have completed their education and are ready for the working world. Students who complete College and Career Preparation I have the basic skills and foundation of knowledge to progress into College and Career Preparation II, the capstone course that provides hands-on information about the transition from high school to college and career.This course is built to the American School Counselors Association National Standards for school counseling programs.

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College & Career Prep II

High school students have many questions about the college application process, what it takes to be a successful college student, and how to begin thinking about their careers. College and Career Preparation II builds on the lessons and skills in College and Career Preparation I. The course provides a step-by-step guide to choosing a college. It walks students through the process of filling out an application, including opportunities to practice, and takes an in-depth look at the various college-admission tests and assessments, as well financial aid options. College and Career Preparation II also instructs students in interviewing techniques and provides career guidance. Students explore valuable opportunities such as job shadowing and internships when preparing for a career. Students who complete this course obtain a deeper understanding of college and career readiness through informative, interactive critical thinking and analysis activities while sharpening their time management, organization, and learning skills that they learned in College and Career Preparation I. College and Career Preparation II prepares students with the knowledge and skills to be successful in college and beyond.This course is built to the American School Counselors Association National Standards for school counseling programs.

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Computers in Business

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Length: One semester

In this course, students utilize their knowledge of computer applications to deliver a business idea in a professional “sales pitch,” by means of a student-led live, virtual presentation of their business in order to seek investor commitment.

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Creative Writing

Creative Writing is an English elective course that focuses on the exploration of short fiction and poetry, culminating in a written portfol