Electives Connections

High School Electives

36.0270000 Introductory Recreational Games Schroter
36.0310000 Intermediate Team Sports Schroter
36.0540000 Weight Training Schroter
36.0620000 Advanced Physical Conditioning Schroter
36.0640000 Advanced Weight Training Schroter
07.4413000 Intro to Buss & Technology Tucker
07.4410000 Business & Technology Tucker
07.4510000 Business Communications Tucker
07.4260000 Financial Literacy Tucker
11.4150000 Intro to Digital Technology Tucker
20.4161000 Food/Nutrition & Wellness Wilms, R
20.4410000 Foundations of Interior Design Wilms, R
20.4281000 Early Childhood Education 1 Wilms, R
20.4240000 Early Childhood Education 2 Wilms, R
23.3640000 Lit Types/Creative Writing Mitchell
23.3820000 Reading Enrichment Morgan
23.3310000 Writer’s Workshop Mitchell
23.0320000 Journalism 1 Hendrix
23.0330000 Journalism 2 Hendrix
230350000 Journalism 3 Hendrix
23.0360000 Journalism 4 Hendrix
45.3130000 Media Literacy/Tech & Society Mitchell
45.0120000 Current Issues Kim
45.0711000 World Geography Kim
45.3150000 Psychology Marshall
45.3310000 Sociology Marshall
45.3320000 Ethnic Studies Marshall
50.0211000 Visual Arts Wilms, R
50.0311000 Drawing/Painting Wilms, R
50.3911000 Art Appreciation Wilms, R
53.3140000 Music Appreciation Mitchell
60.3110000 French 1 Wilms, U
60.3120000 French 2 Wilms, U
60.3710000 Spanish 1 Tucker & Wilms
60.3720000 Spanish 2 Tucker & Wilms
61.0110000 German 1 Wilms, U
61.0120000 German 2 Wilms, U

Middle School Connections

Sanchez Camey Career, Technical, & Agricultural Ed. Email
Schroter Stephen Physical Education Email
Wilms Robyn Family and Consumer Science Email

Academic Knowledge + Employability Skills +

Technical Skills + Career and Technical Education

Georgia’s 17 Career Clusters/Pathways provide a structure for organizing and delivering quality Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) programs in Georgia’s public high schools. The Career Clusters/Pathways allow students to choose an area of interest in high school from the 17 clusters. Students take classes tailored to their cluster, which helps them navigate their way to greater success – no matter what they choose to do after high school graduation.

Each cluster will include multiple career pathways. The aim of the program is to show students the relevance of what they’re learning in the classroom, whether they want to attend a two-year college, a four-year university or go straight into the world of work. Students will begin to learn about potential careers in elementary and middle school so that they are ready to choose a pathway once they reach high school. Georgia’s initiative is based on the National Career Cluster Model.  (CTAE Pathway Courses 2016-2017)