Additional Courses

  • All courses will be held at Woodinville High School.
  • Course grade levels refer to the grade student will start in the Fall of 2018
  • See the Summer School Calendar (Spanish) for scheduled days.
  • Course information is subject to change. Registration may close early for classes that reach enrollment capacity, and classes may be canceled if there is insufficient enrollment.

Online Health

OLC104: Online Health, grades 9-12 
.5 Credit

Students are required to participate in an online meeting with their instructor to receive access to course, date TBD. All coursework will be completed online. Students will receive an email from the teacher with a link to an instructional podcast in June. All coursework must be completed by August 2nd. 

Students will learn about nutrition, exercise, substance abuse prevention, managing emotions and stress, handling crisis, heart disease and cancer, human sexuality, HIV/AIDS, and CPR techniques. They will research health issues and discuss national and world concerns.

Life Fitness/PE

*Registration for Life Fitness/PE is closed, class capacity has been reached*

PLF200: Life Fitness/PE, grades 9 – 12
.5 Credit
Class: Tuesday - Thursday, Make-up day July 30th
8:00 am - 10:30 am
Class starts on Tuesday, July 10th

Students will incorporate the Five Components of Fitness (Cardio-Respiratory Endurance, Muscle Strength, Muscle Endurance, Flexibility) into their personal fitness program and track five fitness hours per week. Personal fitness programs are developed from student’s personal goals and interests, which can include weight and resistance training.

Social Studies

SSW145: Washington State History Graduation Requirement, grades 8-12
NO CREDIT
This course meets the Washington State History requirement for Class of 2017 and beyond.  
Cost waived for all first time students (in person or mail in registration only)
Class: Tuesday - Thursday, Make-up day July 30th
8:00 am - 10:30 am 
Class starts on Tuesday, July 10th

This course is for students who have not taken Washington State History. Students taking Washington State History for the first time will be required to complete additional assignments.


*Class canceled due to insufficient enrollment*

SSW225 World History, grade 9-12
1.0 credit
Class: Monday - Thursday, Make-up day July 13th
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Class starts on Wednesday, Jun 27th. No class on July 4th and 5th.

World History is a social studies course that covers a broad range of topics that span from 8,000 BCE to the Present Day CE. This course is intensively taught over a 6 week summer period to fulfill the high school graduation requirement. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking and organizational skills, and on interpretation of original documents. This classroom will operate much like a general education classroom during the school year, but will only meet M-Th from 8am to 12pm. There will be homework most days.

 

Science

SCC170: Chemistry, grades 9-12
1.0 Credit 
Class: Monday - Thursday, Make-up day July 13th
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Class starts on Wednesday, June 27th. No class on July 4th and 5th. 

This course is a rigorous, hands-on, college prep lab class intended for students who anticipate a possible career in science, technology, or health care. Students choosing this class should be expert in algebra and skilled in scientific thinking and methods. The content of the course will center on the nature of matter and the changes it undergoes at the atomic level. Basic principles will be developed in the laboratory and extended through class discussions, lectures, and readings. Students choosing this class should plan to spend considerable time at home completing course requirements.
 

*Class canceled due to insufficient enrollment*

SCB111 Biology, grades 9-12
1.0 Credit
Class: Monday – Thursday, Make-up day July 13th
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Class starts on Wednesday June 27th.  No class on July 4th and 5th.

Biology is the study of the living world and our relationship to it. This course is aligned to the NGSS (WSSLS) high school performance expectations for life science and also integrates sustainability principles. As a result, the major disciplinary themes are: metabolism, behavior, genetics, evolution, ecology and sustainability. Students will engage in both science and engineering practices as they explore the themes and relate them to the crosscutting concepts of science.

English

*Class canceled due to insufficient enrollment*

ENG411 English Film Studies/English Lit, grades 9-12
1.0 Credit
Class: Monday – Thursday, Make up day July 13
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Class starts on Wednesday June 27th.  No class on July 4th and 5th

Introduction to Film Studies/English Lit – English 12 or Flexible Credit. This course will offer an introduction into the use of film as a vehicle for studying literary and humanitarian themes. This course is divided into five units, each exploring a different theme. These themes cover such topics as bullying and bias, class discrimination, gender identity, race and ethnicity, and other general humanitarian topics. Film Studies is designed as a semester length course. Various reading, writing, and performance assignments will be completed throughout this course. This course includes English Lit - if this combined Film Studies/English Lit course is successfully completed the student will receive 1.0 credit. (English Lit is also offered separately as a .50 credit course - see the full description in the Additional Courses section). 
 

*Class canceled due to insufficient enrollment*

APX213 English Lit, grades 9-12
.5 Credit
Class: Tuesday – Thursday, Make up day July 30th
8:00 am – 10:30 am
Class starts on Tuesday, July 10th

Students will learn to produce academic arguments by reading a wide variety of text drawn from multiple genres, periods, and cultures.  Online curriculum through APEX with in class teacher instruction.

Drawing/Design

Drawing / Design, grades 9-12
1.0 Credit 
Class: Monday - Thursday, Make-up day July 13th
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Class starts on Wednesday, June 27th. No class on July 4th and 5th.

No experience necessary. This basic course teaches students drawing skills and introduces them to the basic elements and principles of design while using a variety of media including watercolor, pen and ink, charcoal, color pencil and oil pastel. This class will teach students to draw in a step-by-step process. Students will learn how to use perspective, pattern, texture and color to create projects that are fun while improving knowledge of design. These skills are necessary to excel in all other art classes. This is a highly successful program that brings amazing results. Drawing skills are not required, even students with substantial art experience enjoy and benefit from this class.