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Love to draw? Do you want to try your hand at learning something new? This class will teach you to draw what you see, to sketch what you are imagining, and to relax by drawing. Drawing 6 will introduce a variety of drawing techniques and drawing materials including, but not limited to, graphite, charcoal, oil pastel, chalk pastel, Sharpie, crow quill pen & ink and Copic markers. You will learn different styles of drawing so that you can develop your own style. If you are interested in expressing yourself visually, this class is for you.

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Additional Course Work/Credit Recovery
Credits for making up courses failed may be earned through Evening Academy, summer sessions, an accredited correspondence school, college/university, or community college. See your counselor to discuss these and additional options.

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World Language
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W856 French 6
W556 Japanese 6
W757 Spanish 7
W857 French 7
W557 Japanese 7
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W785 Span Lang Lit I
W786 Span Lang Lit II
W787 Span Lit Comp III

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Topics include a detailed review of Calculus AB, sequences and series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, and the calculus of parametric and polar functions.

This course is designed to support students in receptive and expressive language skills. Focus is on developing/expanding vocabulary knowledge and concepts, understanding abstract concepts of figurative language, identifying main ideas/supporting details and improving pragmatic communication skills.

Students interested in this class will assist special education students from the ALC, SLC, SCC, and ISC self-contained programs with their work experience activities. Students will primarily work under the direction of the Transition Program Assistants as they help students complete various work experience activities in the building.

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Salutatorian Requirements
The salutatorian will be the graduating senior with the second highest cumulative weighted GPA, earn credit in at least 6 classes each semester their senior year, and qualify as a Beaverton High Scholar.

This year-long class specializes in the study of the human body. Exercises include the identification of the body systems (skin, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, digestive and respiratory) as well as investigations in how those systems function. Lecture/discussions are complemented by labs involving microscopic studies, hands-on discovery and some dissections. This class is for any junior or senior interested in the science of the human body it also fulfills the science prerequisite to be accepted into Advanced Health Careers.

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