Welding Fabrication and Trades |

Applied Algebra A | 3241V |

College bound students are encouraged to check with each college they may apply to in order to determine if each college will accept this course as a math credit for college admissions.
This math course offers a hands-on learning approach for students to explore and experience math and science concepts beyond the classroom doors and empower students to understand the purpose, meaning, and use of math education in their lives and work. The student is challenged in applications involving units with an advanced approach to function and graphs, relations and geometry, estimation and measurement, algebraic application, prediction and probability, and trigonometric functions. This course provides students with individualized support that is aligned with the content of Washington State Mathematics Learning Standards. Students with plans of entering a two-year tech college, trade school, or industry are encouraged to take this course.
This course is a 2-for-1 course that meets two graduation requirements, Math and CTE (although students only earn credit in one area).
This course is aligned with Clark College (PTCS 110, Professional Technical Computational Skills) so students can earn 5 college credits if they get a B or better in the course. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Standard | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Applied Algebra B | 3242V |

College bound students are encouraged to check with each college they may apply to in order to determine if each college will accept this course as a math credit for college admissions.
This math course offers a hands-on learning approach for students to explore and experience math and science concepts beyond the classroom doors and empower students to understand the purpose, meaning, and use of math education in their lives and work. The student is challenged in applications involving units with an advanced approach to function and graphs, relations and geometry, estimation and measurement, algebraic application, prediction and probability, and trigonometric functions. This course provides students with individualized support that is aligned with the content of Washington State Mathematics Learning Standards. Students with plans of entering a two-year tech college, trade school, or industry are encouraged to take this course.
This course is a 2-for-1 course that meets two graduation requirements, Math and CTE (although students only earn credit in one area).
This course is aligned with Clark College (PTCS 110, Professional Technical Computational Skills) so students can earn 5 college credits if they get a B or better in the course. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Standard | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

Intro to the Building Trades A | 4675 |

Students will learn how to work with a variety of machines and processes found in the construction trades. Students will learn how to use tools and power machines to produce a finished product. Safety is emphasized throughout every aspect of this course, and all students will demonstrate the ability to work on the shop equipment safely. Mathematics is a skill used through all the construction trades and students will use math to
solve real-world problems. Teamwork is a vital skill in any workplace and the majority of shop time will be spent working with others. The work ethic and skills learned in this class will be valuable for any career you choose to pursue in the future. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Standard | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**COREQUISITES:** If you take this course, you must also take 4676 - Intro to the Building Trades B |

Intro to the Building Trades B | 4676 |

Students will learn how to work with a variety of machines and processes found in the construction trades. Students will learn how to use tools and power machines to produce a finished product. Safety is emphasized throughout every aspect of this course, and all students will demonstrate the ability to work on the shop equipment safely. Mathematics is a skill used through all the construction trades and students will use math to
solve real-world problems. Teamwork is a vital skill in any workplace and the majority of shop time will be spent working with others. The work ethic and skills learned in this class will be valuable for any career you choose to pursue in the future. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Standard | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**COREQUISITES:** If you take this course, you must also take 4675 - Intro to the Building Trades A |

Building Construction Trades II A | 4961 |

Building Construction Trades II is designed to demonstrate the ability to work on the shop equipment safely. Mathematics is a skill used through all the construction trades and students will use math to solve real-world problems. Teamwork is a vital skill in any workplace and the majority of shop time will be spent working with others. The work ethic and skills learned in this class will be valuable for any career chosen to pursue in the future. Year two will also include new skills including Masonry, Cement Work, Painting and Laying Tile. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Standard | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

Building Construction Trades II B | 4962 |

Building Construction Trades II is designed to demonstrate the ability to work on the shop equipment safely. Mathematics is a skill used through all the construction trades and students will use math to solve real-world problems. Teamwork is a vital skill in any workplace and the majority of shop time will be spent working with others. The work ethic and skills learned in this class will be valuable for any career chosen to pursue in the future. Year two will also include new skills including Masonry, Cement Work, Painting and Laying Tile. |

**CREDIT:** 0.5 | **TYPE:** Standard | **GRADE:** 10-12 |