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  • Eastlake High School Career Cluster – Courses of Study

  • Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources

    Career Cluster is organized into the following career pathways: Animal Systems, Agribusiness Systems, Biotechnology Systems, Environmental Service Systems, Food Products and Processing Systems, Natural Resource Systems, Plant Systems, and Power/Structural/Technical Systems.

    Career Pathway Program of Study can serve as a guide along with other career planning materials as learners continue a career path. Courses listed within this program are only recommended coursework and should be individualized to meet each learner’s education and career goals. This Program of Study should be customized with appropriate high school graduation requirements as well as potential college entrance requirements.

    SAMPLE OCCUPATIONS Related to career cluster according to OSPI

    Biochemist Forest Genetics Plant

    Pathologist

    USDA Inspector

    Veterinarians Natural

    Resource Specialist

    Landscaper Commodity

    Traders Ranchers and

    Farmers

    EASTLAKE ASB CLUBS Offered at Eastlake that may apply to career cluster

    Club Advisor(s)

    Environmental Club Jason Wessels

    Zoology Alicia Egashira

    EASTLAKE COURSES FOR AGRICULTURE, FOOD, AND NATURAL RESOURCES These courses are not listed in sequence. Refer to course catalog about course sequence and pre-requisites.

    AP Environmental Science* Chemistry in the Earth System

    Biology in the Earth System Marine Science

    Biotechnology*+ Personal Finance*

    Botany (formerly Horticulture)

    Dual Credit Courses: • Students who take a class, either in the high school, skill center or at a college,

    which has the potential to earn high school and college credit, are considered to be enrolled in a “dual credit” class.

    • Some courses such as CTE Dual Credit, College in the High School, and Running Start allow students to earn college credit through completing the course.

    • Other courses such as Advanced Placement (AP), give students the potential to earn college credit through passing a standard exam or series of exams.

    *Courses that meet dual credit opportunities +Courses denote being allowed to take as an 11th or 12th grade only

    This is a sample of Eastlake clubs. Please see Eastlake website for complete list of clubs. Please keep in mind some clubs have entrance deadlines, participation requirements, and fees associated with membership. Inquire with associated advisor(s) for more details about how to join.

    For more individual deep dive career information please refer to Xello page and the Bureau of Labor Statistics website https://www.bls.gov/ooh/. For volunteer, internship, and career exploration opportunities within this career cluster, please refer to the EHS College & Career Center PowerSchool page or see Mrs. McGuigan in the College & Career Center for more information.

    https://www.bls.gov/ooh/

  • Career Cluster: Architecture & Construction

    Career Cluster is organized into the following career pathways: Construction, Design and Pre-Construction, and Maintenance and Operations.

    Career Pathway Program of Study can serve as a guide along with other career planning materials as learners continue a career path. Courses listed within this program are only recommended coursework and should be individualized to meet each learner’s education and career goals. This Program of Study should be customized with appropriate high school graduation requirements as well as potential college entrance requirements.

    SAMPLE OCCUPATIONS Related to career cluster according to OSPI

    Architectural Engineer

    Civil Engineer Residential

    Construction

    Commercial Construction

    Electrical Design Engineer

    Electrician

    HVAC Technician

    Sheet Metal Technician

    Building Services

    Technician

    EASTLAKE ASB CLUBS Offered at Eastlake that may apply to career cluster

    Club Advisor(s)

    TSA Louis Staples, Seth Lunde

    Robotics Christina DeVidal

    EASTLAKE COURSES FOR ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION These courses are not listed in sequence. Refer to course catalog about course sequence and pre-requisites.

    Accounting* Math through Calculus Physics in the Universe

    Chemistry in the Earth System Materials Science Technology I* Principles of Engineering*

    English 12 – Innovation and Imagination+

    Materials Science Technology II* Statistics

    Introduction to Engineering Design* Personal Finance* AP Physics 1 & 2

    Dual Credit Courses: • Students who take a class, either in the high school, skill center or at a college,

    which has the potential to earn high school and college credit, are considered to be enrolled in a “dual credit” class.

    • Some courses such as CTE Dual Credit, College in the High School, and Running Start allow students to earn college credit through completing the course.

    • Other courses such as Advanced Placement (AP), give students the potential to earn college credit through passing a standard exam or series of exams.

    *Courses that meet dual credit opportunities +Courses denote being allowed to take as an 11th or 12th grade only

    This is a sample of Eastlake clubs. Please see Eastlake website for complete list of clubs. Please keep in mind some clubs have entrance deadlines, participation requirements, and fees associated with membership. Inquire with associated advisor(s) for more details about how to join.

    For more individual deep dive career information please refer to Xello page and the Bureau of Labor Statistics website https://www.bls.gov/ooh/. For volunteer, internship, and career exploration opportunities within this career cluster, please refer to the EHS College & Career Center PowerSchool page or see Mrs. McGuigan in the College & Career Center for more information.

    https://www.bls.gov/ooh/

  • Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology & Communications

    Career Cluster is organized into the following career pathways: Audio and Visual Technology and Film, Broadcasting and Journalism, Performing Arts, Printing Technology, Telecommunications, and Visual Arts.

    Career Pathway Program of Study can serve as a guide along with other career planning materials as learners continue a career path. Courses listed within this program are only recommended coursework and should be individualized to meet each learner’s education and career goals. This Program of Study should be customized with appropriate high school graduation requirements as well as potential college entrance requirements.

    SAMPLE OCCUPATIONS Related to Pathway according to OSPI

    Video or Web Producer

    Film Maker Graphic Designer

    Television Studio

    Producer Publisher

    Radio Broadcaster

    Interior Designer

    Fashion/Apparel Designer or Illustrator

    Stage Designer

    EASTLAKE COURSES FOR ARTS, A/V TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATIONS These courses are not listed in sequence. Refer to course catalog about course sequence and pre-requisites.

    VISUAL ARTS PATHWAY MEDIA ARTS PATHWAY* DRAMA PATHWAY MUSIC PATHWAY COMMUNICATIONS

    Art Foundation Digital Photography Pathway*

    Drama Pathway Choir Pathway Digital and Social Media Marketing*

    Drawing & Painting Pathway

    Digital Video Pathway* See Drama electives in current course catalog

    Band or Orchestra Pathway

    Public Speaking

    Sculpture & Ceramics Pathway

    Yearbook I & II* Personal Finance* See Music electives in current course catalog

    AP English Language*+

    Personal Finance* WANIC – Art & Animation* WANIC – DigiPen Music and Sound Design*

    UW English Composition*+

    Personal Finance* Personal Finance* Personal Finance*

    Dual Credit Courses: • Students who take a class, either in the high school,

    skill center or at a college, which has the potential to earn high school and college credit, are considered to be enrolled in a “dual credit” class.

    • Some courses such as CTE Dual Credit, College in the High School, and Running Start allow students to earn college credit through completing the course.

    • Other courses such as Advanced Placement (AP), give students the potential to earn college credit through passing a standard exam or series of exams.

    *Courses that meet dual credit opportunities +Courses denote being allowed to take as an 11th or 12th

    grade onlyThis is a sample of Eastlake clubs. Please see Eastlake website for complete list of clubs. Please keep in mind some clubs have entrance deadlines, participation requirements, and fees associated with membership. Inquire with associated advisor(s) for more details about how to join.

    For more individual deep dive career information please refer to Xello page and the Bureau of Labor Statistics website https://www.bls.gov/ooh/. For volunteer, internship, and career exploration opportunities within this career cluster, please refer to the EHS College & Career Center PowerSchool page or see Mrs. McGuigan in the College & Career Center for more information.

    EASTLAKE ASB CLUBS Offered at Eastlake that may apply to career cluster

    Club Advisor(s) Club Advisor(s)

    TSA Louis Staples, Seth Lunde Aw Snap Improv Adam Richardson

    Art Club Suzanna Chamberlin Music for a Cause Andrey Spichak

    Drama Club Katherine Wold Creative Writing Christina DeVidal

    Wolf Street Jou