Instructions *A completed survey should have no more than 3 selections

In 2018-2019 we implemented our elective phase schedule. Both students and staff saw the benefits of our schedule and we are pleased to announce our plans to have a similar schedule for the 2019-2020 school year. During the school year students will take their core classes of Math, Science, Social Studies, and English. During the two-week elective phase students will have the choice of the below listed elective courses.

Please rank your top three choices of electives, with 1 being your first choice, and we will try our best to accommodate you.

We have attached a list of course descriptions if you wanted to learn a little more about them before choosing.

Note: *Courses with an enrollment of less than 4 students may not take place
Important: When done you should only have 3 choices selected and ranked in the order of 1st, 2nd, 3rd. If an elective does not interest you you may leave it blank.

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* 1. Enter your name and grade

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* 2. Academic Success (9th-12th)
The on-line program allows the student to focus on key standards and areas of deficiency in courses they were unable to pass during original coursework. Each student in Academic Success has consulted with the counselor concerning the .5 credit (or more) they need to recover towards graduation

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* 3. Astronomy (8th-12th) * This course can be used to fulfill a science credit requirement towards graduation
Topics include the history of the solar system, the forces of motion, physics of light, measurement of astronomical distances, planetary geology, space travel, achievements in history, current missions and stellar life. This course teaches chemical and physical processes using the cosmos for their application. Concepts are explored through hands-on lab experiences.

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* 4. Boys Basketball (6th-12th) * This course meets PE the requirement for graduation
Instruction for all levels of skill in the fundamentals of basketball. Emphasis upon the development and improvement of total fitness, skill and general knowledge about basketball for leisure time use.

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* 5. Construction Technology (8th-12th) * Students who have taken a wood shop  may apply for this class
This course will introduce and train students in the basic skills necessary to pursue a career in construction. This course covers foundations, flooring, framing, plumbing, electrical, sheet rock, windows, doors, cabinetry, blue-print reading, use of hand tools, and construction math. Models to full sized partitions are constructed in the shop. Projects at actual job sites are included.

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* 6. Cosmetology 1(Nail Technician) (9th-12th)
Course is designed to provide the students with the skills to beautify the hands and feet, through shaping nails, conditioning the cuticle, the application of nail polish, the application of hands and feet massage, etc. It also includes the repairing of damaged or broken nails through wrapping or mending and the performing of the different kinds of Sculptured Nails with or without tips.

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* 7. Creative Writing (6th-12th)
Creative Writing is designed for students to create original forms of descriptive writing, poetry, drama and fiction. Vocabulary development, creative writing techniques, and skills are explored. Students submit their work to local and national magazines. Computers and word processing are used for composition. Writings are presented orally and in written form.

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* 8. Culinary Arts (9th-12th)
Instruction and learning activities are provided in a food lab using hands-on experiences. Activities provide instruction in the application of the principles of food preparation, food selection and storage. Ethnic, regional and international foods may also be studied and prepared.

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* 9. Drivers Education (9th-12th)
Course is designed to prepare students for obtaining a Learner Permit, which allows restricted driving privileges for one year. The classroom instruction covers driving laws, rules, road signs and safety. These classes are taught by trained instructors at the high school where the student is enrolled. 

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* 10. EMT 1&2 (9th-12th)
The Emergency Medical Technician course prepares the EMT student to provide prehospital assessment and care for patients of all ages with a variety of medical conditions and traumatic injuries. Areas of study include an introduction to emergency medical services systems, roles and responsibilities of EMTs, anatomy and physiology, medical emergencies, trauma, special considerations for working in the prehospital setting, and providing patient transportation.

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* 11. Girls Basketball (6th-12th) * This course meets PE the requirement for graduation
Instruction for all levels of skill in the fundamentals of basketball. Emphasis upon the development and improvement of total fitness, skill and general knowledge about basketball for leisure time use.

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* 12. Heavy Equipment Operations (9th-12th)
The heavy equipment training programs familiarize students with principles of heavy equipment operating. This includes terminology and safety equipment for the different equipment. 

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* 13. Health (Graduation requirement 9th-12th) *Students in grades 9th-12th that have not taken Health are automatically enrolled in this course

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* 14. Hunter Safety (6th-12th)
The hunter safety program is designed to teach students safe and ethical hunting techniques and to install responsible attitudes toward people, wildlife and the environment. 

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* 15. Internship with Hoonah Indian Association (9th-12th)
Internships are off-campus experiential learning activities designed to provide students with opportunities to make connections between the theory and practice of academic study and the practical application of that study in a professional work environment.



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* 16. Internship with the City of Hoonah (9th-12th)
Internships are off-campus experiential learning activities designed to provide students with opportunities to make connections between the theory and practice of academic study and the practical application of that study in a professional work environment.

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* 17. Internship with Huna Totem (9th-12th)
Internships are off-campus experiential learning activities designed to provide students with opportunities to make connections between the theory and practice of academic study and the practical application of that study in a professional work environment.

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* 18. Internship with National Park Service (9th-12th)
Internships are off-campus experiential learning activities designed to provide students with opportunities to make connections between the theory and practice of academic study and the practical application of that study in a professional work environment.

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* 19. Northwest Coast Design (6th-12th)
Study of the basic elements of traditional Northwest Coast Design. Includes the use of ovoids, u-shapes, and form lines to develop traditional as well as contemporary designs. Methods for transferring designs to other media, such as wood or cloth.

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* 20. Robotics (6th-12th)
Design, build, wire, code, and drive robots in autonomous and remote-control modes. Build an aluminum chassis with powerful motors, gears or chains, wheels or tracks. Make the robot more capable by adding grippers, wrists and arms. Give the robot smarts with sensors and coding based on a visual Java. 

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* 21. Sketch Art (6th-12th)
This class teaches drawing through observation, using pencil, brush, and pen to record what we see and experience. Working outdoors as much as possible, we will use our skills to discover the details of the Southeast Alaska environment and to support our Creative Writing projects

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* 22. Small Engines (8th-12th)
This course is designed to introduce students to the operation of the internal combustion engine. In this class students will study the principles of four stroke engine operation and the various systems typically found on a small gasoline lawn mower engine. Students will gain a thorough understanding of engine operation through tasks designed to lead the student through disassembling, inspecting, and reassembling a small gasoline engine. This course is designed as an introductory class for students with or without previous mechanical knowledge. 

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* 23. Welding (8th-12th)
Students learn a variety of welds and welding methods, and have the opportunity to build self-designed and/or selected projects. Project fees may be associated with this course.

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