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PROGRAM CHOICES FOR STUDENTS

Independence High School


We are the Trailblazers! We help you find and start your future path!


CHOOSE YOUR PATH Our Graduation Pathways are designed to help students meet graduation requirements while giving them flexibility to pursue their education and career interests. All paths require students to complete 220 credits and meet all district graduation requirements. Students enrolled may also participate in athletics and take certain elective courses at a comprehensive site.

A-G College Readiness Diploma Path  

Prepare to enter a 4-year university or Community College. Students complete the UC/CSU college entrance requirements while completing graduation requirements.

CTE Diploma Path 

Complete your diploma while preparing to take the next steps toward a career you are interested in pursuing after high school. CTE pathways either within RJUHSD or any surrounding Community College. Options vary with 30+ choices.

Early College Diploma Path 

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Complete your high school diploma in combination with taking College Courses through our Local Community Colleges to earn an AA. Flexible schedules help students take college classes during the day.


Explore Careers, Find your Path, and Begin Your Future

Schedule Options Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday Thursday

Friday

5 Day a Week Online Synchronous Schedule 4 classes online per term, 5 days per week.

8:00‐9:00

10:00‐11:00

Hub Time

Hub Time

English 9

CCIM1

English 9

CCIM 1

English 9

CCIM1

English 9

CCIM 1

All core classes, AP classes, CTE, and college classes.

No IB, PLTW, Pro Photo Performing Arts, Health Academy.

12:00‐1:00

Hub Time

Pro Photo

Pro Photo

Pro Photo

1:00‐2:00

Hub Time

Health

Health

Health

Time

Monday

Tuesday

8:00‐9:00

Hub Time

English 11

English 11

10:00‐11:00

Hub Time

CCIM 3

CCIM 3

Advisory

Psychology

Blended Online / In-Person Learning & Flexible Schedules Small class sizes for personalization. Flexible schedules help students take college classes during the day. Schedules can vary from 2-5 days per week based on need.

11:00‐12:00

12:00—1:00

Sierra College Class

Health

Wednesday

Sierra College Class

Thursday

Friday


CHOICES College Course Options 1. English 1A & 1B

18. Drafting / Engineering

2. History 17B

19. Fashion

3. Economics

20. Pre-req Fire Technology

4. Administration of Justice

21. Human Development

5. Aeronautics

22. Information Technology

6. Advanced Manufacturing

23. Info Systems Security

7. Agriculture

24. Kinesiology

8. Allied Health

25. Mechatronics (Robotics / Drones)

9. Animation (Movie & Commercial)

26. Music

10. Applied Art & Design

27. Nutrition/Food Services

11. Automotive

28. Photography

12. Aviation

29. Political Science

13. Building Industries

30. Psychology

14. Business

31. Sociology

15. Child Development

32. Welding Technology

16. Computer Network

33. Women’s Studies

17. Pre-req Cosmetology


A MODERN WAY TO LEARN IHS Instructional Guidelines A

B

C

All classes promote high quality Problem-Based Learning (PBL) to aid students in mastering core academic content and deeper learning competencies: collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and self-directed learning.

Build a culture of learning. Incorporate the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in daily lessons. UDL guides the development of flexible learning environments and learning spaces that can accommodate individual learning differences.

Challenge learning by transferring knowledge to modern, real world contexts. Enable all students to successfully develop to their fullest through early start community college classes aligned to career choices.

E

F

G

Enrich a supportive environment based on trust between staff, students, and parents. Parent and staff partnership helps develop confident and competent well-rounded learners.

Flexible schedules; online and onsite instruction and support options; Similar to college schedules.

Growth is a hallmark of learning at IHS. Grading in all classes emphasize standards-based with clear guidelines as to how students can grow in order to meet their desired expectations.

Students choose between 3 path options for graduation.


UDL Campus PBL Campus Universal Design For Learning


IHS Counseling Services

“The best way to find yourself is to lose y Our counselor is available to assist students and parents with: Work with students to develop competencies in the areas of educational, personal, and vocational development. Through individual and group presentation, help students select appropriate courses, plan for post-secondary education or training required to reach their career goals. Work with students to connect to systems of support services, activities and opportunities at HIS or within the community to help them achieve their goals. Counseling Office hours: Monday—Friday, 7:30am - 4:00pm


IHS Wellness Services

yourself in the service of others.” Gandhi Our Wellness Center focuses on the following: Wellness Centers are a powerful investment in the health and academic potential of students. They provide increased early interventions for students experiencing emotional problems that may be impacting learning.

Mental Health Substance Use & Prevention Attendance & Truancy Support Assessment & Referrals Community Partnerships & Referrals


PROGRAM CHOICES FOR STUDENTS

Independence High School 125 Berry Street Roseville, CA 95678 Phone: 916– 786-0793 https://www.rjuhsd.us/independencehs

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