Course of Study 2018-2019
COURSES AT MLHS
RELIGION
 
SOCIAL STUDIES
 
COMMUNICATION ARTS
 English
 World Languages
 
FINE ARTS
 Art
 Music
 
MATH
 
SCIENCE
 Health & Phy Ed
 Science
 
TECH/ENGINEER/FAMILY/CONSUMER
 Business
 Technology
 Vocational
 
 
Any course selection changes, please contact your student’s advisor to set up an appointment.

There will be a $25 fee for any Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors that have any course changes after June 15th (unless course change is recommended for academic prerequisite by advisor/teacher)  For freshman, the fee will apply to second semester course changes only.

 

Religion

Bible Information Class 1 (BIC)
REL1013 – Full Year
This course leads students to know Christ Jesus and the holy Christian faith through the study of the Bible, particularly the historical accounts recorded in the Old Testament.  The Bible testifies about Jesus in every single book, with the Old Testament focusing on the promised Messiah who was to come, and the New Testament focusing on Jesus, who has come to redeem the world and whose second coming we eagerly await.  The progression of BIC-1 is primarily chronological as students walk alongside believers of old and see the development of God’s plan of salvation through the Old Testament into the New Testament.  Prerequisite: None 
 
Bible Information Class 2 (BIC) 
REL1017 – Full Year
Beginnings in Christ 2 (BIC -2) builds upon the foundation of faith laid in BIC-1. This course leads students into a deeper knowledge of Christ and the holy Christian faith through the study of the New Testament Scriptures and Luther’s Small Catechism.  The first semester of BIC-2 tells the story of Jesus the Messiah through a harmony of the four Evangelists, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.  The second semester sharpens the students’ focus on the Gospel of Jesus through study of the Acts of the Apostles and New Testament Epistles. Prerequisite: BIC 1
  
 
Life of Christ in the Autoptic Gospel-  ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
REL1032 - 10th-12th – Semester 2
Insights into the life and ministry of our Savior as recorded by an eyewitness. The Gospel of John will be studied in detail to gain an appreciation for its special emphases. Prerequisites: None. However, this class may not take the place of any of our MLHS Religion courses. It may only be taken in addition to the courses that MLHS is offering.
 
Life of Christ in the Synoptic Gospels-  ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
REL1031 - 10th-12th – Semester 1
An in-depth study of the life and ministry of our Savior as recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Each of the Gospels will be studied in detail to gain an appreciation for the special insights each provides and to understand the unique purpose for which each was written. Prerequisites: None. However, this class may not take the place of any of our MLHS Religion courses. It may only be taken in addition to the courses that MLHS is offering.

Religion 9
REL1009 – 9th Grade – Full Year
This course is a study of many books of the Old Testament. Along with review of familiar stories, new insight will be put on how and why these stories happened. A general theme of God’s promises fulfilled will be learned. Students will grow in their understanding that as God’s people we 1) Live with God’s timeless, changeless truths, 2) Are a people who have the privilege to worship and praise, 3) Live in two Kingdoms of earth AND Heaven, and 4) Enjoy a God who has provided prophecy of all that he has done to win our salvation.
 
Religion 10
REL1010 – 10th Grade – Full Year
This yearlong course is a study of the Gospel proclaimed in the New Testament books of Matthew, John, Acts, and First Corinthians.  The student will view the life of Christ from one of the synoptic Gospel books, namely Matthew, as well as from John's unique perspective.  More firmly founded in the Gospel of Christ and its application, students will then work through the book of Acts in which Luke presents the expansion of the early Church through the preaching of the Gospel of salvation by grace through faith in Christ alone.  Finally through study of Paul's first letter to the Corinthians students will again be confronted with real life challenges faced by God's people and will work through real life applications of the eternal Word.  Knowing what they believe and why they believe it, students will have opportunities throughout the year to grow in their confidence and ability to articulate the Faith “that was once for all entrusted to God’s holy people.”
Religion 11
REL1011 – 11th Grade – Full Year
Doctrine:  In this class we review basic Christian doctrine with the special emphasis that doctrine is given to us by God to apply, to use in our Christian lives, and not just to know in our heads.  The context for the review of doctrine is church history.  A basic question in each unit is:  "How did God's people apply Christian doctrine at that time and in the circumstances of that day?"  The historical context will begin with Paul and continue on through the modern era.  In the last part of the course the students will be given opportunity to make their own applications of various doctrines (How do WE apply doctrine in our day and age and under the circumstances that WE face?). Prerequisite: None
 
Religion 12
REL1012 – 12th Grade – Full Year
This course is a comprehensive study of several New Testament epistles and their application to modern Christianity and the lives of the individual Christian.
 
1st Peter – The Apostle wrote to a church under persecution in the First Century with the theme “Stand Firm!” We will find encouragement as members of a Church under equal but perhaps different forms of modern persecution. This will include a unit study of the history of 1st Century persecution and applications to our modern, American society.
 
2nd Peter – False teaching was beginning to make its way into the Church of Peter’s day. Many of those same ancient false teachings can still be found today. Following a detailed study of this book, we will research the history and teachings of several modern day sects which are prevalent and influential today and how to give answer as lights in the world.
 
James – Perhaps no book of the Bible cuts to the heart of the Christian than this letter. In it, the Holy Spirit calls each one of us to account for shallow or dead faith with the encouragement to put the Word into applicable practice.
 
Revelation – The King of Kings and Lord of Lords reigns over his Church! We will study this often misunderstood book of the Bible with its fantastic images, its message to the Church who eagerly awaits Jesus’ return, and what we can expect during the age before Judgment Day.
 
Romans – The congregation in Rome was a beacon of light in the heart of the capital of the heathen, clearly anti-Christian Empire. Not only is Paul’s letter a theological jewel of the New Testament with its relevant doctrines within the salvation plan, but it also provides a topical approach to life’s challenges including homosexuality, our relationship to civil government, and the like.

Social Studies

American Government
SOC1004 – 12th Grade - Semester
This one-semester course will give the students a basic understanding of the workings of our system of democracy and the role and responsibility of the Christian in this system.  Primary emphasis is placed upon the federal system as it is outlined in the Constitution.  Secondary consideration will be given to State of Wisconsin government.
 
American History
SOC1003 – 11th Grade – Full Year
Taught from the Christian viewpoint, it covers the story of our nation’s development from discovery and colonization to America’s role in current world affairs.
 
AP Macroeconomics*- ONLINE COURSE: WVS
SOC2011 - 12th Grade - Semester
You have been called upon to assist the leader of the Macro Islands who is running for reelection next year. The economy is in shambles, and you need to come up with some feasible solutions. This will not only help the people of the Macro Islands but will also ensure a victory for your employer.
You were hired over the Internet and received a first class ticket to the Macro Islands where you can learn first-hand about the situation. You arrive at Pineapple Airport in the middle of the day and are met by a man with a briefcase who is holding a sign with your name on it. You approach the man and introduce yourself. "I'm Mr. Scarcity," he says. "I'll be your guide as you learn about the economic situation of the islands. You need to learn everything you can about both macroeconomics and our Macro Islands for your presentation to our island leader in May." (Your AP Exam.)
 Prerequisites: Successful completion of Economics with a B or higher, must meet with MLHS Registrar prior to selecting this class with your advisor.
 
AP Microeconomics*- ONLINE COURSE: WVS
SOC2010 - 12th Grade – Semester
You traveled to the Macro Islands to assist the leader in winning re-election. You came for a job, but you realized as you were working that you loved the islands and wanted to make your home there. Because you are adept at giving economic advice to the leader, you have been appointed as the new President of the Sunny Seas Shell Company. As part of your role in assuming the leadership duties of the company, you will need to brush up on microeconomics. The Board of Directors has appointed Ms. Equilibrium to act as your personal assistant and advisor as you transition into your new role. You will be learning all you can about microeconomics and will be required to exhibit your knowledge in May at the annual Board of Directors’ meeting (the AP Exam). Prerequisites: Successful completion of Economics with a B or higher, must meet with MLHS Registrar prior to selecting this class with your advisor.
 
AP Government*
SOC2001 – 12th Grade - Semester
AP Government is a one semester course that introduces students to key political ideas, institutions, policies, interactions, roles, and behaviors that characterize the political culture of the United States. The course examines politically significant concepts and themes, through which students learn to apply disciplinary reasoning assess causes and consequences of political event. This course specifically prepares students to take the AP U.S. Government and Politics Exam. Limit class size: 25
Prerequisite: A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and instructor approval
 
AP Psychology – ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
SOC2006 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
Description: A college-level course designed to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals. Students are exposed to the psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each of the major subfields within psychology. They also learn about the ethics and methods psychologists use in their science and practice.
Prerequisites: Permission from department chair
 
AP US History*
SOC2008 - 11th Grade - Full Year
This course will help students become familiar with historical themes and periods in United States history. An emphasis will be placed on developing history thinking skills and on understanding the causes, effects, and results of individual periods. Students will better understand the political, economic, and social situations today by studying the past. Higher level thinking skills will be stressed through reading, writing, and analyzing documents. This course specifically prepares students to take the AP U.S. History exam.
Limit class size: 20
Prerequisite: A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and instructor approval.
 
Criminology – ONLINE COURSE: WVS
SOC1032 - 11th/12th Grade – Semester
In today’s society, crime and deviant behavior are often one of the top concerns of society members. From the nightly news to personal experiences with victimization, crime seems to be all around us. In this course, we will explore the field of criminology or the study of crime. In doing so, we will look at possible explanations for crime from psychological, biological, and  sociological standpoints, explore the various types of crime and their consequences for society, and investigate how crime and criminals are handled by the criminal justice system.
 
Economics
SOC1005 – 11th & 12th Grade – Semester
This course is the study of our free economy based on personal liberty, private property, and free enterprise, and its achievements as compared with other economic systems. This is a college-preparatory course.
Prerequisite: Permission from department chair
 
Geography
SOC1031 – 9th Grade – Semester
This one-semester course covers the physical and political geography of Africa, Asia, and Europe, within a regional context. The individual countries will be surveyed with emphasis on the following topics: landforms, climate, agriculture, government, manufacturing, trade, culture, and religion. In addition to the content, the students will both review and be introduced to basic skills that pertain to the study of geography.
 
 
Honors Political Science
SOC2005 – 12th Grade – Semester
Honors Political Science is a college-preparatory course which examines the theory of government from both the spiritual and secular viewpoint. The various forms of government will be studied in light of those viewpoints. American democracy will receive special emphasis on a sophisticated level. Prerequisite: C in American History and English or permission from the department chair
 
Introduction to Psychology
SOC1016 – 11th/12th Grade
Introduction to Psychology is a one-semester introductory course with emphasis on providing a basic understanding of the human mind and behavior. The course covers major approaches to psychology, as well as the study of a variety topics including learning and memory, intelligence, consciousness, personality, roles and relationships, and social psychology.
 
World Geography * DC - ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
SOC1008 - 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
An overview of the world's major realms from a spatial perspective. The physiographic and cultural landscapes of regions are explored using systematic geographic concepts. Prerequisites: GPA of 3.5 or higher, or consent of instructor for GPA of 3.0-3.49. The student must have successfully passed SOC1031 with a C or higher.
 
World History
SOC1010– 10th Grade – Full Year
This course outlines the history of our world from creation to the present day. Students will study historical themes and develop reading, writing, and thinking skills in the context of major historical events and eras. A special emphasis will be on seeing God’s hand in the preservation of the Gospel throughout history.
 

Communication Arts

 

Communication Arts: ENGLISH

American Literature
ENG1007 – 11th Grade – Full Year
This yearlong course consists of the following components: public speaking, writing, and literature. All three components incorporate the use of the four language arts skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Oral communication units emphasize the organization of ideas and the development of public speaking techniques. Literature units consist of the examination of American Literature from Pre-Colonial to Modern times. Included in literature is an in depth study of the novel Unbroken. Students will also independently read two novels.
 
AP English: Literature & Composition ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
ENG2006 – 12th Grade – Full Year
This capstone English course is designed to help students develop their reading, writing, and critical thinking skills at a collegiate level. Through the study of varied and complex texts, students will use and develop critical reading and writing skills to better understand literary techniques, logic, and rhetoric. Students will organize their thoughts and opinions through the production of a variety of both timed and untimed compositions. Literature will be studied in the proper historical settings, cultural contexts, and according to our Christian faith. Independent reading assignments are required. Students will have the opportunity to take the AP exams in English Composition, English Literature, or both during the second semester. Class size limit: 20. Prerequisite: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and instructor approval
 
British Literature
ENG1008 - 12th Grade – Full Year
In this senior level, yearlong course, students will study the foundations of the English language by focusing on influential pieces of British Literature. Through a Christian perspective, students will study and respond to works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and drama in a wide variety of ways while developing their skills in all aspects of Communication Arts. An emphasis will be placed on Shakespeare’s writings and Orwell’s 1984. Students will also develop their written communication and critical thinking skills by writing a major research paper.
 
Composition
ENG1006 - 10th Grade – Semester 2
This required semester course is designed to help students improve their written communication skills. Students will develop their understanding of grammar usage and mechanics through the analysis and production of written works. Students will incorporate a variety of prewriting, writing, revising, editing, and publishing techniques through various formal and creative writing projects.
 
Creative Writing - ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
ENG1019 – 11th/12th Grade - Semester
This course explores the craft, process, and practicality of imaginative writing. Students will review the characteristics of a variety of genres and learn how to become aware of their own experiences as material for story, poem, or play. The course will provide a selection of professional and student-written writing samples, exercises, prompts, and discussion opportunities to introduce techniques and reinforce skills. Instruction will focus on demonstrating ways of expressing creativity within a structure needed to communicate to an audience. Students whose career goals require polished writing skills should take this course. Prerequisites: B- or better in both semesters of previous year’s required English course.
 
English 9
ENG1001 – 9th Grade – Full Year
This yearlong course for freshmen is made up of the following components: literature, written communication, and grammar-usage-mechanics. The literature component is a general overview of literature that includes short stories, the novel, poetry, a Shakespearean drama, and non-fiction. The written composition component consists of learning and executing the writing process through the creating of paragraphs, several essays, and a cross-curricular research paper.
 
English As A Second Language
ENG1009 – Full Year
This course is designed to introduce new international students to daily life and school expectations in the United States. Students are introduced to routines of high school life, how to problem solve in their new surroundings, and teacher, school and host family expectations. Basic grammar comprehension is also a goal of this course. It is reinforced through reading and writing exercises. Vocabulary development is a main focus. This course works to develop sentence level and paragraph writing skills for beginning ESL students. It includes intensive work to extend reading comprehension abilities through reading response writings, comprehensive exercises and discussion.
 
English As A Second Language 2
ENG1022 – Full Year
This course is designed for intermediate level language learners. Goals include a reinforcement of basic grammar, an introduction and intense study of more complex grammar, including further development of conversational skills, reading skills, writing skills and vocabulary development. This course works to improve paragraph level writing and essay writing skills for intermediate ESL students. It includes intensive work to extend reading comprehension abilities through reading response writings, comprehension exercises and discussion.
 
English As A Second Language 3
ENG1023 – Full Year
This course is designed for advanced level ESL students. Goals include further reinforcement of basic grammar as well as an introduction and intense study of more complex grammar through various means. More time is devoted at this level to discussions and problem solving. Development of vocabulary remains a top focus. Class time is also devoted to literature in its various forms. Students begin practicing specific English skills needed for college entry tests.
 
English As A Second Language 4
ENG1024 – Semester
The purpose of this course is to provide international students with college transition skills in English, essay writing, conversational skills, life skills, university application, and college preparation standardized testing in math, science, English, and reading. Objectives include: skills base and technique review for TOEFL, ACT, SAT, ACCUPLACER college preparation testing, secure essay writing skills, explore career interests and skills assessment, career research and job shadow experience, research of college terminology, majors, universities, and financial aid opportunities, proceed with university application processes, secure resumé writing and experience interview skills, lead and direct discussion/conversation on current social issues, and explore community and civic service and God’s purpose of each life.
 
Practical English
ENG1025 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
This yearlong course is designed for the student whose academic abilities and skills indicate a need to strengthen practical application of basic language and communication skills. The concepts of learning-to-learn and the “world-of-work’ are stressed. The course consists of five interrelated components: basic grammar, usage, and mechanics; literature—technical and recreational; oral communication; written communication; (Dept. approval required.)
 
Speech
ENG1005 - 10th Grade – Semester 1
This required semester course allows students to develop their oral communication and listening skills. Students will be able to become more confident public speakers by analyzing and critiquing speeches and presentations. Students will also organize information and ideas by writing and delivering a variety of speeches.
 

Communication Arts: WORLD LANGUAGES

 
Criteria for the taking of Latin or German or Spanish
  • Testing = Stanine of 6 or higher on their standardized test
  • English Class = Grade of C or higher
  • If student / parents desire only 2 years of a language, student should begin their language studies junior year.
  • If student / parents desire only 3 years of a language, student should begin their language studies sophomore year.
  • If student / parents desire 4 years of a language or are using Latin as the base for their other language studies, student should begin their language studies Freshman year.
  • Since Latin will be online for the future, a 9th grade student desiring to take Latin 1 will need approval from Mr. Ungemach.  He will be speaking with their 8th grade teacher about maturity, responsibility, and work ethic before giving permission.
 
American Sign Language 1A or 1B - ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
FOR1028 or FOR1029 - 11th/12th Grade – Full Year or Sem1 (1A) Sem2 (1B)
A beginning level course that focus on the fundamental elements of American Sign Language (ASL) in a cultural context. Emphasis is placed on the progressive development of expressive and receptive skills in fingerspelling and thematic units while learning the visual language (short conversations) and culture of the Deaf. Prerequisites: None
 
Chinese 1*-ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
FOR1017 – 10th/11th/12th  – Full Year
An introduction to the Mandarin Chinese language and culture that includes listening, reading, writing, and speaking.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of a year of an MLHS World Language offering with a B or higher
 
Chinese 2*-ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
FOR1018 – 11th/12th  – Full Year
A continuation of Chinese 1. Students, a study of the Mandarin Chinese language and culture that includes listening Prerequisite: Chinese 1
 
German 1*
FOR1009 – All Grades – Full Year
The student begins his study of German in the context of total communication in a living language. Simple vocabulary and grammar are learned as the student begins to communicate through hearing, speaking, reading, and writing. Aspects of contemporary German culture are emphasized. Prerequisite: C in English
 
German 2*
FOR1010 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Full year
The student continues his study of the German language by building on knowledge acquired in the first year. More emphasis is placed on communication in German only. Important aspects of German history and emigration are emphasized. Portions of the gospels and Luther’s Catechism are read. An opportunity to participate in a foreign exchange program is available. Prerequisite: German I
 
German 3*
FOR1011 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
The student continues his study of the German language by building on knowledge acquired in the first two years.  The goal of total communication in the target language is achieved.  Important aspects of German history and contemporary culture are studied in the German language via media.  Samples of simple German literature are explored.  Bible reading and the study of the catechism continue.  Written and oral reports in German are required. An opportunity to participate in a foreign exchange program is available. Prerequisite: German 2
 
German 4*
FOR1012 – 12th Grade – Full Year
The student continues his study of the German language by building on the knowledge acquired in the first three years. The total communication experience is deepened as fourth-year students assume a teaching/tutoring role for the third year students. German literature, German history, and German culture are more thoroughly explored via the media. Independent research and writing, as well as oral reports in class, are performed in the target language. Bible reading is continued and other church literature is read. An opportunity to participate in a foreign exchange program is available.
Prerequisite: German 3
 
Latin 1*-ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
FOR1005 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Full Year
First year Latin for high school students. Students will begin a study of the Latin language as well as a familiarity with Roman culture and customs. The course also includes a rigid study of Latin vocables, syntax and translation. There are frequent quizzes to test the current skills of the students and numerous exercises in translation and grammar.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of a year of an MLHS World Language offering with a B or higher.
 
Latin 2* - ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
FOR1006 – 11TH/12TH Grade – Full Year
Second year Latin will be a continuation of Latin 1. The course goal is to continue the student's comprehensive instruction not only in the Latin language and how it works, but also to enhance understanding of the Roman and post-Roman culture in which Latin flourished as an active literary language. The instruction continues to draw attention to God’s guidance of history for the spread of the Gospel. Additional exposure to the Latin biblical text will be developed. Prerequisites: C or better in Latin 1(or consent of instructor)
 
Latin 3* - ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
FOR1007 – 12TH Grade – Full Year
Third year Latin presents a comprehensive review of vocabulary, syntax, grammar and translation. Building on the foundation of Latin 1 and 2, the course provides students with an in-depth experience of Caesar, Catullus, Cicero, Horace, Ovid and Vergil, as well as the Renaissance writer, Erasmus. The students are introduced to “unadapted” Latin literature building their literary skills. Students regularly are required to evaluate the various authors’ writings, ideas and philosophies in the light of God’s Word. Prerequisites: B or better in Latin 2 (or consent of instructor)
 
Spanish 1*
FOR1001 – All Grades – Full Year
Spanish 1 is an elective two-semester course which emphasizes basic vocabulary, grammar, and forms needed to speak and write simple Spanish sentences. It includes a study of Hispanic culture.
Prerequisite: C in English
 
Spanish 2*
FOR1002 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Full year
Spanish 2 is an elective two-semester course which continues grammar, vocabulary and culture. It also emphasizes reading, writing and listening skills with a goal of increasing ability in oral Spanish.
Prerequisite: C or higher in Spanish 1 - Semester 2
 
Spanish 3*
FOR1003 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
Spanish 3 is an elective two-semester course which continues grammar, vocabulary and culture. It emphasizes literature, composition and conversation skills with a goal of competence in Spanish communication. Prerequisite: C or higher in Spanish 2 - Semester 2
 
Spanish 4*
FOR1004 – 12th Grade – Full Year
Spanish 4 is an elective two-semester course which continues grammar, vocabulary and culture. It emphasizes literature, composition and conversation skills with a goal of competence in Spanish communication. Prerequisite: C or higher in Spanish 3 - Semester 2

Fine Arts

 

Fine Arts: ART

Art Introduction
FIN1010– All Grades – Semester
Intro to Art is a one-semester course offered each semester. There is no prerequisite for this course. Through experiences in both the fine arts and craft areas, the student will be exposed to projects using a variety of media, materials, and techniques. Instruction in the elements and principles of design will allow each student to analyze and discuss his/her and other’s projects. Students will learn about many artists and styles of art in order to teach, encourage, and inspire them in their own artwork. This class is an excellent way to “tryout” the art course offerings.
 
Digital Art*
FIN1021 – All Grades – Offered during the 2018-19 School Year
Digital Arts is a one semester course offered in the 2018-19 school year. This introductory course will introduce students to basic digital imaging manipulation skills within vector-based programs. Students will learn the basics of vector programs. They will practice the options of image manipulation. Students will use color theory, visual literacy, and the basic elements and principles of art to create original compositions. Students will develop higher thinking skills through art criticism.
Prerequisite: Art Introduction
 
Digital Photography*
FIN1002 – 10th / 11th / 12th Grade – Semester 1
Digital Photography is a one semester course offered in the 2017-18 school year. Students will become familiar with the functions of a digital camera. Students will learn photography history as they study photographers of the past and see how they have influenced what we look at today. They will be able to practice the technical aspects of photography to find their own style while studying the style of others. They will also learn different objectives for taking photos such as; documenting an event, preserving the past, landscapes, portraits. Students will develop higher level thinking through art criticism. Students will use editing software and develop ways of sharing work with others.
Prerequisite: Art Introduction
 
Drawing/Painting*
FIN1017 – All Grades – Semester 2
Drawing/Painting is a one-semester course offered during the 2017-18 school year.  This course will add to the students’ knowledge of artists and art history, and art movements. It will also expand on the student’s knowledge of mediums. It will go beyond the introduction of drawing into more practice on how to see in three dimensions and interpret in two dimensions.
 
Through experiences in both the fine arts and craft areas the student will be exposed to projects using a variety of materials and techniques. Review of the elements and principles of design will allow the student to analyze and discuss his/her and other projects. Students will be taught about many artists and styles of art in order to teach, encourage and inspire them in their own artwork.
Prerequisite: Art Introduction
 
Mixed Media*
FIN1006 -All Grades – Offered during the 2018-19 School Year
Mixed Media is a one-semester course offered during the 2018-2019 school year. Through experiences in both the fine arts and crafts areas, the student will be exposed to projects using a variety of media, materials, and techniques. Instruction in the elements and principles of design will allow the student to analyze and discuss his/her and other projects. Students will be taught about many artists and styles of art in order to teach, encourage, and inspire their own artwork (mask making, origami, fibers, etc).
 
Review of the elements and principles of design will allow the student to analyze and discuss his/her and other projects. Students will be taught about many artists and styles of art in order to teach, encourage, and inspire them in their own artwork. Students will discover many ways to create 3 dimensional artwork (clay, wood, paper).
Prerequisite: Art Introduction

Fine Arts: MUSIC

Band
MUS1005 – All Grades – Full Year
Band is a full-year course open to students with instrumental background. Tone production, balance and blend are emphasized during daily rehearsal of music from various styles and periods. The band performs in a minimum of five concerts each school year. It also participates in the WSMA Concert Festival. Band members, as soloists or members of an ensemble, participate in the WSMA Solo/Ensemble Festival each year. Students enrolled in band are also members of the marching band.
 
Cantate Choir
MUS1013 – 9th/10th Grade – Full Year
This is a full-year course open to students in the ninth and tenth grades. Vocal fundamentals, along with ensemble choral tone production, balance and blend are emphasized during rehearsals of music from various styles and periods. The choir sings in a minimum of four concerts each school year. The choir members, as soloists or small ensembles, also participate in the WSMA Solo/Ensemble Festival each spring.
 
Concert Choir
MUS1001 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Full Year
Concert choir is a full-year elective for juniors and seniors (and sophomores in Lancer Singers). Acappella and accompanied choral music of various styles and periods is selected for rehearsal and performances. The concert choir participates in four major concerts, MLHS Sundays, chapel services throughout the school year. The choir members, as soloists or members of small ensembles, also participate in the WSMA Solo/Ensemble Festival each spring.
 
Music
MUS3014_LPS – 9th Grade – Full Year
The basic elements of music theory, music history, worship, and listening are stressed in this course. In addition, experiences in choral singing are offered through rehearsals and performances in the Freshman Choir. Freshmen are required to participate in all four school sponsored concerts.
Individual Music Lessons
Individual Music Lessons are given before or after school, or offered during regular band and choir periods, or study halls. Lessons are 30 minutes in length and will be tailored to the individual needs, abilities, goals, and age of each student.  In each lesson we will strive to include warm-ups, sight singing / sight reading, technique, music theory, performing a varied repertoire and music history.  Students will gain the tools to use their natural talents in the most healthy and effective fashion and will be assisted and encouraged to improve their God-given abilities, enhance their performance skills, and develop an overall enjoyment of music. 
 
Lessons are given on a weekly basis and cost $17 per 30 minute lesson. This cost includes the payment of teacher salary and administrative costs. 
 
  1. The MLHS Lesson Teachers will use PowerSchool to report student progress.
  2. Music Lessons will appear as an “Audit” on transcripts that are sent to colleges and employers. 
  3. To receive “audit” on a transcript, the student and parent must complete the MLHS Lesson Commitment form.
 
 
Keyboard: Piano or Organ
MUS3025_MAN – All Grades – Semester or Full Year
Organ Requires recommendation from piano teacher, organ teacher and music department head.
 
Instrumental Music Lessons
MUS3024_MAN – All Grades – Semester or Full Year
 
Vocal Lessons
MUS3026_MAN – All Grades – Semester or Full Year
 

Math

 
Algebra 1
MAT1003 – All Grades – Full Year
A two-semester course in Algebra designed to give the student a complete foundation in algebraic structure and method. The course covers work in the areas of real numbers, simple and complex equation and problem solving, polynomials, fractions, factoring, graphing, rational and irrational expressions, and quadratic equations and the inequalities.
 
Algebra 2*
MAT1004 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
This elective course is designed to give the student an in-depth study of algebraic concepts. The course covers a review of Algebra I, rational and irrational numbers, radicals, quadratic equations, complex numbers, graphing, exponents, logarithms, and polynomials.
Prerequisite: Algebra I and Geometry
 
AP Calculus AB*
MAT2004 – 12th Grade – Full Year
Calculus is an advanced branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits of function models and with differentiation (slope dy/dx) and integration (area) of the function models and their applications to the functions they model. These topics will help to understand and model some of the wonders of our almighty God. The course is designed for a full year course in Calculus I that follows advanced mathematics (pre-calculus) and precedes higher levels of Calculus. The skills and objectives will empower you to model and study physical sciences, economics, business, engineering, statistics, or many other problem-solving applications.
Prerequisite: B or higher in Pre-Calculus & Trigonometry
 
AP Calculus BC* - ONLINE COURSE:WVS
MAT2008 – 12th Grade – Full Year
AP Calculus BC is a two-semester course that follows AP Calculus AB.  In this course, students study functions, limits, derivatives, integrals, and infinite series.  Students write and work with functions represented by written descriptions, mathematical rules, graphs, and tabular data.  Students discover how calculus is used to model real-world phenomena by using functions, differential equations, integrals, and graphing technology to solve problems, support solutions, and interpret findings. Prerequisite: B or higher in AP Calculus AB
 
AP Statistics  – ONLINE COURSE: WVS
MAT2007 – 12th Grade – Full Year
Students explore the statistics of both categorical and quantitative data, constructing and interpreting graphical displays of distributions of univariate and bivariate data (dotplot, stemplot, histogram, cumulative frequency plot, scatter plots, two-way tables), summarizing distributions of univariate data, comparing distributions of univariate data (dotplots, back-to-back stemplots, parallel boxplots), exploring bivariate data, transformations to achieve linearity: logarithmic and power transformations, methods of data collection, planning and conducting experiments, discussing results and types of conclusions that can be drawn from observational studies, experiments, and surveys, probability, combining independent random variables, the normal distribution, properties of the normal distribution, sampling distributions, statistical inference, point estimators and confidence intervals, and tests of significance. Prerequisite: Algebra 2 & Trigonometry
 
Basic Algebra
MAT1016 – 10th & 11th Grade – Full Year
This two-semester math course will connect experiences with comprehensive mathematics. The course will use algebra, geometry, trigonometry, linear programming, and optimization techniques to solve problems. This course will show students mathematics is a vital, relevant, flexible tool for interacting with their world in many ways and at many levels, from the commonplace setting of everyday life and work to the frontiers of science and technology.
 
Consumer Mathematics
MAT1006 - 12th Grade – Sem
This course covers math life skills. It begins with an extensive look at federal and state income tax forms and filing procedures. Other items covered are auto ownership, purchasing goods, personal income, and various areas of banking and banking services, investments, insurance, and housing cost.
 
Geometry*
MAT1005 – All Grades – Full year
This two-semester course is designed to help students understand the basic structure of geometry, develop powers of special visualization while building their knowledge of the relationships among geometric elements, and grow in the understanding of the deductive method and in an appreciation of the need for precision of language. Students will also strengthen their algebraic skills, gain some knowledge of the methods of coordinate geometry and the way in which algebra and geometry complement each other, and experience the stimulation and satisfaction that comes from clear and creative thinking.
Prerequisite: Algebra I or permission from department chair
 
General Math
MAT1001 – 9th/10th Grade - Full Year
A two-semester course designed to review the basic operations of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and directed numbers. Problem solving, rates, percents, statistics, and basic geometry are also discussed. If a student takes this course a subsequent year, mathematics life skills will be emphasized.
 
Honors Algebra 2 & Trigonometry*
MAT2006 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Full Year
An elective course designed to give the student and in-depth study of algebraic concepts and an introduction to trigonometric functions. This course covers rational and irrational numbers, radicals, quadratic equations, complex numbers, graphing, exponents, logarithms, permutations, combinations, trigonometric functions and identities, polar coordinates, and vectors. Prerequisite: Algebra I and Geometry
 
Honors Pre-Calculus & Trigonometry*
MAT2002 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
A two-semester course designed to prepare the student for modern courses in calculus, abstract algebra, and probability. Topics covered are logic, properties of the complete ordered field, mathematical induction sequences and series, algebra of vectors, plane analytical geometry of points and lines, linear and polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and circular and trigonometric functions and their properties. Prerequisite: Algebra II
 
Pre-Algebra
MAT1002 – 9th/10th -Full Year
Pre-Algebra is a two-semester course for students who need additional time to prepare for Algebra I. It reviews fundamentals of mathematics, reviews algebraic concepts previously introduced in other math courses, and introduces new math concepts. Topics covered include the four fundamental math operations, order of operation, fraction, decimals, percents, ratio, proportion, exponents, scientific notation, perimeter, area, volume, solving equations and inequalities, graphing and translating real life problems into mathematical sentences.
 
Statistics*
MAT1013 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
This course is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive treatment of introductory statistics and probability in such areas as business, sociology, ecology, economics, education, medicine, psychology, and mathematics as well as in our everyday life as consumers. Students in these courses must frequently demonstrate a knowledge of the language and methods of statistics. Methodology and applications have been integrated throughout the course.  Prerequisite: Algebra I and Geometry

Science

 

Science: HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Health
PHY1002 – 10th Grade – Full Year
Health is a required semester course for sophomores. The course will teach healthful living from a Christian perspective. The course is designed to promote responsible decision making and provides students with life management skills that encourage them to care for and respect their bodies as temples of the Holy Spirit.
 
Fitness Leadership & Exercise
PHY1005 – 11th/12th Grade - Semester
In this course students will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary for a lifetime of fitness, and activity. This course will focus on providing students with the knowledge and tools to implement and perform fitness plans. The plans will be individually based upon the student’s goals. Students will learn how to effectively create and teach fitness activities to others in an interactive setting. This course requires self-motivated students. Bulk of time will be spent in the weight room, gym, or outside.
 
Lifetime Sports & Activities
PHY1013 – 11th/12th Grade - Semester
This course is a low impact course designed to instruct students in individual sports skills which can be played throughout a lifetime. This course will focus on individual and partner based competition, cooperation with one another for success. Activities of this course include disc golf, pickleball, badminton, handball, table tennis, and golf. This course also involves Christian leadership aspects both on the field/court of competition and in life that can be used to positively impact and build up those around you.
 
Physical Education 9
PHY3010MLHS – 9th Grade – Full Year
Freshman physical education is an introductory physical education class, which meets Wisconsin Standards for Physical Education. Freshman will be exposed to basic fitness concepts, and weight room introduction.  Students will experience a variety of aerobic activities, and participate in learning beginner level skills of football, volleyball, basketball, dance, floor hockey, ultimate Frisbee, lacrosse, and softball.
 
Physical Education 10
PHY1004 – 10th Grade – Semester
Sophomore physical education will focus on meeting the Wisconsin Standards for Physical Education. Students will develop fitness plans, set goals, and track their plan through the semester. They will be encouraged to keep a journal of activities and food to learn their activity and eating patterns. The sports presented in Physical Education will focus on all around motor skills. The goal is to start with new sports and skills and then learn and grow in those sports and skills.

Science: SCIENCE

 
AP Environmental Science – ONLINE COURSE:WELS ALHSO
SCI2005 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
A college-level course with an overview of components of ecosystems, including energy flow and the structure and dynamics of populations and communities. Students review the processes that affect natural environments, examine the impact of human activities on ecosystems, and discuss current environmental issues. The course is designed to prepare high school students to take the College Board AP exam on this subject.  Throughout the course the student is encouraged to demonstrate love for God through respect for His artistic work and love for neighbor in that others are not hurt or harmed by how we act.  Field projects will be required.
Prerequisites: Two years of laboratory science.
 
Astronomy –ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
SCI1007 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Semester 2
This course explores the wonders of the heavens above us. Students will gain an appreciation for God’s majesty as revealed in His universe. Students will learn what an astronomer studies. Students will finally learn to navigate the night sky for personal enjoyment.
Prerequisites: None.
 
Biology (Lab)
SCI1005 – 10th Grade – Full Year
Biology is a full-year course dealing with life as a gift of God and not a happening of chance.  The course combines the lecture-discussion method with scheduled laboratory experiences.  The student is encouraged to view his body as a temple of the Holy Spirit and is encouraged to treat it and his environment as wondrous gifts of divine creation.
 
Earth/Space Science*
SCI1006 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Semester
Earth/Space Science is a one-semester elective course which provides a broad survey of the major topics connected to earth science: geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy. The student is encouraged to view Earth as a wonderful temporary home provided for us by our gracious God. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Physical Science
 
Environmental Science (Lab)
SCI1014 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
Environmental Science is a full-year course designed to help students become better stewards of the creation God has given them. The interactions of plants, animals, and humans in their environments are studied. Concepts are reinforced with hands-on laboratory experiments, projects, and collaborative research work both online and in the field.
 
Honors Advanced Biology* (Lab)
SCI1017 – 12th Grade – Full Year
Advanced Biology is a full-year course designed to provide a more in-depth study of nature and the wonder of God’s gift of life. Topics to be covered are the chemicals of life, cell biology, genetics, biotechnology, and a survey of the kingdoms of life with special emphasis on the structure and function of plants, animals and ecology. The course includes regularly scheduled laboratory experiences, which reinforce and expand on topics presented in lecture.  Prerequisite:  B- in Chemistry
 
Honors Anatomy & Physiology* (Lab)
SCI1013 – 11th/12th Grade – Semester
Anatomy and Physiology is a one-semester elective course intended particularly for those students who plan to pursue careers in health care and medicine. The anatomy (structure) and physiology (function) of each major organ system in the human body will be covered. Lab activities, including a detailed dissection of a representative mammal, help to reinforce concepts.  Prerequisite: Successful completion of Biology with a B- or higher
 
Honors Chemistry* (Lab)
SCI2002 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
Chemistry is a full-year laboratory-oriented course in which the composition and properties of substances are investigated, both quantitatively and qualitatively. Topics include chemical formulas, reactions, molar relationships, stoichiometry, atomic structure, periodic properties, bonding, gases, and solutions. Chemistry is a central science, laid in place during creation, and the course is designed to give students a foundational understanding of the matter which makes up their physical and biological surroundings. Concepts are reinforced with simulations and laboratory investigations.  Prerequisite:  C in Algebra 1
 
Honors Physics* (Lab)
SCI2001 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
Physics is a full-year course which introduces the laws of creation as they apply to the movement of matter through space and time. Topics include motion, force, energy, heat, sound, light and electricity. The course is primarily quantitative and stresses the use of models and mathematical analysis. Concepts are reinforced with simulations and laboratory investigations. Prerequisite:  C in Algebra 2
 
Human Anatomy and Physiology I* DC- ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
SCI1023 – 11th/12thGrade - Semester 1
A study of the structure and function of the human body. Integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems are covered. Prerequisites: B or higher in Biology, C or higher in Chemistry and the student must have successfully passed SCI1013 with a C or higher.
 
Human Anatomy and Physiology II* DC - ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
SCI1024- 11th/ 12thGrade - Semester 2
A study of the structure and function of the human body. Blood and the endocrine, lymphatic, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems of the human organism are covered.
Prerequisites: Completion of SCI2010 Human Anatomy and Physiology I.
 
Physical Science
SCI1002 – 9th Grade – Full Year
Physical Science is a full-year course surveying God’s creation of the physical world. Basic concepts in chemistry and physics are studied. The course includes demonstrations and labs in which students can personally investigate concepts presented in class.

Technology/Engineering/Family/Consumer

 

Technology/Engineering/Family/Consumer:  BUSINESS

Accounting
BUS1001 – 11th/12th Grade -  Full year
The aim of the course is to provide an understanding of the flow of a business transaction through the accounting cycle, to teach the necessity for neat and accurate records, and to provide background instruction for advanced study in business administration or accounting. Students will maintain accounting and payroll records for a sole proprietorship, merchandising business, and corporation.
 
Accounting 1 DC – ONLINE COURSE: WTCS
BUS1001-12th Grade - Semester
Provides the learner with the skills to understand accounting principles and procedures and financial statements useful in any business, including the accounting cycle for a service enterprise and a merchandising enterprise, chart of accounts, special journals, ledgers, accruals and deferrals, inventories, and internal controls. 
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Accounting with a B or higher, must meet with MLHS Registrar prior to selecting this class with your advisor.
 
Accounting 2 DC – ONLINE COURSE: WTCS
BUS2012 -12th Grade - Semester
Provides the learner with the skills to transition to more advance accounting courses with emphasis given to notes and interest, forms of legal entities, stock transactions, depreciation methods, payroll, valuation, and financial analysis.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of College Accounting 1, must meet with MLHS Registrar prior to selecting this class with your advisor.
 
Intro to Business
BUS1003 – All Grades – Semester
Introduction to Business is a course where the foundation for understanding business is laid. Students learn about business as it affects them day by day. There are units on basic economics, the private enterprise system, and the dynamics of business, how the government effects business, entrepreneurship, and the stock market.

Technology/Engineering/Family/Consumer: TECHNOLOGY

 
AP Computer Science ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
COM2001 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
A college-level first course in computer science. The emphasis in the course is on procedural and data abstraction, object-oriented programming and design methodology, algorithms, and data structure. Java will be the programming language used in the course.
Prerequisites: Must have received a B or higher in previous online computer course and completed an MLHS higher level math class
 
Computer Applications
COM1002 – 9th Grade – Semester
This is a one-semester required class for all freshmen.  It is designed to obtain a working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Professional Suite.  Students will work with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Office 365, and Moodle.  The use of the internet and social media in a God-pleasing way will also be addressed.
 
Computer Graphics – ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
COM1008 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Semester 2
Computer Graphics will introduce students to raster and vector graphic editing software to create, edit, and manipulate images and drawings. These skills can then be applied to complete projects in other courses during and after high school, in the workplace, and for personal use.
Prerequisites: None, but basic computer knowledge is assumed.
 
Game Programming 1– ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
COM1010 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Semester 1
Students will have the opportunity to write code to create and run simple 2-D and 3-D game programs using the Unity game engine. Using step-by-step instruction and hands-on projects, students will learn how to develop, test, run and debug games that feature graphics and sound effects. The project(s) developed over the length of this course will encourage students to consider pursuing a technology related career that will influence the learning of others. Prerequisites: Introductory programming course or consent of instructor. Programming course in Visual Basic.   
 
Game Programming 2– ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
COM2022 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Semester 2
Using the knowledge and skill developed in Game Programming 1, students will use the Unity Engine interface to develop more complex 2D and 3D games. Students will focus on the programming language C# and the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in making games more interactive and interesting. The project(s) developed over the length of this course will encourage students to consider pursuing a technology related career that will influence the learning of others. Prerequisites: “C” or better in Game Programming 1.
 
Interactive Web Management
COM1021 - Grades 11th/12th - Semester
This course is offered to juniors and seniors.   
In this course students will be introduced to using different types of media technology including video production, live stream production (including sporting, musical and drama events), proper professional social media writing and production (facebook, instagram, twitter, etc.), and online writing in the form of blogs. During this course students will develop school promotional videos, the Lancer Link, and other school related videos.  Students will be their own managers of a selected school sponsored activity where they will be responsible for posts, updates, program design, etc. with the supervision of the instructor. **This course will require students to attend out of school hours activities such as sporting events, concerts, performances, etc.** (Seat limit is 14)
 
Introduction to Computer Programming – ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
COM1007–10th/11th/12th Grades– Semester 1
Introduction to Programming is a hands-on introductory computer-programming course.  Students will learn the fundamental programming techniques of the Visual Basic language, while setting a foundation for the learning of other programming languages. Prerequisites: None, but basic computer knowledge is assumed.
 
Web Page Design – ONLINE COURSE: WELS ALHSO
COM1006 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Semester 1
Students will learn HTML commands and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) so they can create effective WEB sites without the purchase of WEB design software.  They will also study the principles of creating an attractive, useful, and user-friendly site as well as how to post their site and have users find it on the World Wide Web.

Technology/Engineering/Family/Consumer:  Vocational

Apprenticeship*
VOC3004 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
 The purpose of the Youth Apprenticeship is a school to work program to train students who plan to enter the work-force directly after high school, or who plan to enroll in a technical college or a university in an occupationally-related degree program. The student must be in grade 12 (a few programs allow 11th grade students to enroll) and must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 One vocational related elective credit earned per semester for a minimum of three hour/day work experience. If accepted, the student must take a minimum of four classes in addition to Youth Apprenticeship.
 
Certified Nursing Assistant DC : WTCS
VOC1043 12th Grade - Semester
Designed to prepare learners for employment in home care agencies, nursing homes, and hospitals. Learners are supervised by qualified RNs in classroom, lab, and clinical areas. Classes are presented by means of online and face-to-face instruction. Lab and clinical activities are scheduled at designated locations in Manitowoc and Sheboygan Counties. Upon successful completion, the graduate will be eligible to sit for the State of Wisconsin Nursing Assistant Competency Examination. Prerequisite: 305431 Nursing Assistant Admission Requirements met and Approval of administration, must meet with MLHS Registrar prior to selecting this class with your advisor.
 
Child Development
VOC1022– 11th/12th Grade – Semester
This is a one-semester course offered during the 2017-2018 school year. This course is designed to help develop knowledge, skills, and confidence in becoming a parent and working with young children in a Christian atmosphere. Areas of concentration include understanding of self and others, prenatal care, postnatal care, the developing child, child care and developmental characteristics, physical, emotional, social and intellectual development of the pre-school and school-age groups. Students will be required to observe and partake in a pre-school learning activity. Special children and children-related careers will also be studied. “Baby Think It Over” simulators will be experienced.
 
Computer Aided Design
VOC1021– 11th/12th Grade – Semester
This course introduces students to mechanical design using SolidWorks software. Students will learn how to design 3D parts, assemblies, and drawings. Many parts will be designed on the computer and then 3-D printed by the student.
 
Life Skills & Personal Finance
VOC1023–11th/12th Grade – Offered during the 2018-19 School Year
This is a one semester course offered during the 2018-19 school year.  The course will help the young Christian build a variety of skills that prepare them for independent living.  Topics covered include budgeting (spending, saving, borrowing, and investing), housing, transportation, employment, setting goals, getting along with others, handling change and stress, health, safety, community issues and citizenship and much more.  By learning how to make informed decisions students can build a solid foundation for life on their own.  Speakers, case studies, individual and group projects will be interspersed throughout the course.
 
Medical Terminology DC – ONLINE COURSE:WTCS
VOC1028 - 12th Grade - Semester
Focuses on the component parts of medical terms, including prefixes, suffixes, and word roots. Spelling, definition, and pronunciation will enhance student learning as students practice formation, analysis, and reconstruction of medical terms. Medical terminology will come “alive” through an introduction to operative, diagnostic, therapeutic and symptomatic terminology of all body systems, as well as systemic and surgical terminology.
Prerequisite: Must be enrolled in Honors Advanced Biology and Honors Anatomy & Physiology, must meet with MLHS Registrar prior to selecting this class with your advisor.
 
Student Intern (Office Intern/Maintenance Intern/Etc.)
VOC1041 – 11th/12th Grade – Full Year
The student intern program enables students to assist the school with various duties five periods a week.  The student is under the guidance and supervision of an MLHS staff member.  They will assist the school with various responsibilities related to either office experiences or maintenance.  Included in the coursework are completing a job application, the interview process, and resume writing. 
 
Woods 1 (as space allows)
VOC1012 – All Grades – Semester
This is a one-semester class designed to introduce students to the process of changing a raw material into a finished product. Students will use traditional woodworking equipment along with modern computer aid drafting (CAD) and computer aided machining (CAM) tools. The students will learn and practice safe work habits on a daily basis.
 
Woods 2* (as space allows)
VOC1013 – 10th/11th/12th Grade – Semester
This one-semester course is designed for students interested in learning more about woodworking and modern manufacturing. Students that are looking for a God-pleasing hobby or are interested in a possible woodworking career should take this course. Students will use traditional woodworking equipment along with modern computer aided drafting (CAD) and computer aided machining (CAM) tools. The students will learn and practice safe work habits on a daily basis. Prerequisite: C in Woods 1
 
Woods 3* (as space allows)
VOC1014 – 11th/12th Grade – Semester
This course is designed for students that are considering career possibilities in woodworking, machining, the trades, or engineering. Emphasis is given to problem solving. Students will build on their previous skills of changing raw materials into a finished project. Students will use traditional wood working equipment along with modern CAD, CAM, and CNC tools. The students will learn and practice safe work habits on a daily basis. This course may be taken for one or two semesters. Prerequisite: C in Woods 2
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