Dual Enrollment Courses at Coconino High School
These courses are taught at Coconino High School by CHS teachers in partnership with Coconino Community College. Students may possibly earn community college credit by successfully completing these courses with a grade of C or better. For more information about Dual Enrollment courses at CHS, contact either your counselor or the CAVIAT Counselor, Mrs. Donna Lyons.
English 101: College Composition 1 (Eng 11)
English 102: College Composition 2 (Eng 12)
Math 187: Pre-Calculus
Math 140: College Math
Bio 160: Anatomy and Physiology
Navajo 101: Beginning Navajo 1 (Navajo 3)
Navajo 102: Beginning Navajo 2 (Navajo 4)
DE English 11 EN75A/B
Grades: 11 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: DE fee may apply
English 101 is a three-credit-hour survey course that introduces students to critical reading and writing in the academic community. Throughout the semester we practice the reading process: generating questions or deriving answers from texts; summarizing texts; identifying examples, drawing inferences, and making logical or comparative connections; organizing information in a variety of ways; seeing and learning rhetorical skills used by effective writers; and evaluating the merits of what we read. At the same time, we practice the writing process: identifying audience and purpose; gathering or finding ideas; organizing and interrelating those ideas for readers; drafting in order to develop, support, and illustrate ideas; revising from trial-and-error and in light of peer input; editing for clarity and accuracy. Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the ACT or Accuplacer test.
DE English 12 EN95A/B
Grades: 12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: DE fee may apply
Continued development of ideas and strategies used in ENG 101/DE 11. Extensive practice in critical thinking, reading, and writing with an emphasis on composing analytical essays on literary topics and two documented research papers. Prerequisite: English 101 or 3 or higher on AP English 11 test. Three Lecture Hours.
Honors Pre-Calculus (with Dual Enrollment option) MA96HA/B
Grades: 10-12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: Prerequisite: Successful completion of honors algebra II or algebra II and teacher recommendation.
Students will extend their understanding of previously studied topics in the Algebra II curriculum such as complex numbers, functions, polynomials and rational functions, translations, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry unit circle. Additionally, students will explore concepts in trigonometry (including analytic trig, and additional topics in trigonometry), conic sections, matrices and determinants, binomial expansion, vectors and applications, sequences and series. The Mathematical Practice Standards apply throughout the course and, together with the content standards, prescribe that students experience mathematics as a coherent, useful, and logical subject that makes use of their ability to make sense of problem situations. Students will synthesize skills from critical areas to complete complex application tasks as well as adhere to a higher expectation of understanding and justification of their work in preparation for future advanced placement coursework in mathematics.
College Mathematics (with Dual Enrollment option) MA86AW/BW
Grades: 11-12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee:
This course is designed to build student awareness and develop a positive attitude, understanding, and confidence using mathematics in the content areas of finance, growth, probability, statistics, and common applications encountered in society. This class is not recommended for students who intend to take Pre-Calculus the following year. A passing score on the mathematics placement test from Coconino Community College, a score of 450 on the SAT, or a score of 17 on the ACT mathematics sections is required to qualify for dual enrollment credit with CCC (MAT 140). Prerequisite Successful completion of Algebra II (MA70A/B)
Honors Navajo III (with Dual Enrollment option) ML91A/B
Grades: 10 -12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: DE fee may apply
In advanced levels, students increase their verbal proficiency and study syntax and grammar. Students are immersed in Dine pragmatics, play writing and literature development. ***Coconino Community College waives the prerequisite for 102; students should enroll in 201 at CCC. This is a dual enrollment course. We partner with CCC allowing students to earn college credit.
Honor Navajo IV (with Dual Enrollment option) ML95AH/BH
Grades: 11 -12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: DE fee may apply
In advanced levels, students increase their verbal proficiency and study syntax and grammar. Students are immersed in Dine pragmatics, play writing and literature development. This is a dual enrollment course. We partner with CCC allowing students to earn college credit.
DE Anatomy & Physiology (lab) SC90A/B
Grades: 11 -12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: $25.00
This course is ideal for students who desire to work in medical careers as physicians, nurses, physical therapists, speech pathologists, athletic trainers, nutritionists, and many other avenues. Taking this course in high school provides a head start for college-level science curriculum. Some students may take the course because of personal interests or curiosity. The course has prerequisites of passing grades in Biology and Chemistry to be eligible for enrollment. Anatomy and Physiology is perfect for students who desire academic challenges and enjoy hands-on and self-directed learning. Prerequisites:
Autos 100: Automotive Basics (Autos 2)
Autos 106: Automotive Engines (Autos 3)
Art 130: Computer Graphics (Digital Media 2)
Art 135: Adobe Photoshop (Digital Media 1)
HRM 140: Food Production Concepts (Culinary Arts 1)
HRM 240: Commercial Food Production (Culinary Arts 2)
Auto Mechanics/Technology II (with Dual Enrollment option) CT54A/B
Grades: 10 -12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: $40.00
Automotive II is focused on expanding from Auto I with advanced diagnostics and troubleshooting. Students will be working with project cars as well as lab based projects. Students will be introduced to axles, transmissions, engine performance, etc. This class is based on NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) curriculum designed to prepare students for a career in the automotive field. This is a dual enrollment course. We partner with CCC allowing students to earn college credit.
Auto Mechanics/Technology III (with Dual Enrollment option) CT55A/B
Grades: 11 -12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: $40.00
This course is a continuation of Automotive Technology 2. This course will focus on advanced projects, diagnosis, and troubleshooting. This class is designed for students who want to pursue a career in the automotive field or want to continue to expand their knowledge of automotive technology. This class is based on NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) curriculum designed to prepare students for a career in the automotive field. This is a dual enrollment course. We partner with CCC allowing students to earn college credit.
Culinary Arts I (with Dual Enrollment option) CT21A/B
Grades: 10 -12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: $50.00
Intro to Culinary is a prerequisite for this class. This course provides hands on training for students that are interested in a career in the food service industry. Students will obtain a Food Handler’s card from the Coconino County Health Department and simulate foodservice careers through events held at the Panther Café, a licensed restaurant and bakery. Students plan and prepare all food items that are sold using industry guidelines. They are also responsible for selling and serving food at the food sales window.
Culinary Arts II (with Dual Enrollment option) CT22A/B
Grades: 10 -12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: $50.00
Culinary Arts I is a prerequisite for this class. This class is a continuation of skills learned in Culinary Arts I. Second year students work as kitchen managers in planning, overseeing, and preparing meals for the Panther Café and food sales window.
DE Film, TV, & Graphics I (with Dual Enrollment option) CT140A/B
Grades: 9-12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: $25.00
Year one in Digital Media is an exploratory project based learning environment offering students the opportunity to gain experience in the medium of visual communication. In year one, we teach the fundamentals of film & video production, website and graphic design. Participants will find the class and the program, a springboard to a possible future in some of the most highly sought after careers of the 21st Century. They will approach these opportunities with diverse technology skills that are versatile and can be applied to a number of professions. We operate in a state of the art computer lab with the most current industry adopted software. These include, the Adobe CS6 Master Collection, Illustrator, Photoshop and Indesign. For video production, we use Final Cut Pro. We finish the year by researching various website content management systems, search engine optimization and create a basic website with Wordpress.
DE Film, TV, & Graphics II (with Dual Enrollment option) CT141A/B
Grades: 10-12 College Prep: Yes Credit: 1.0 Duration: 1 year Fee: $25.00
Year two in Digital Media builds on year one (Digital Media I is a prerequisite) and provides students a dual enrollment prospect that allows them to gain college credit while in the class. We delve deeper into visual communication including film & video production techniques, graphic and website design with emphasis on composition, color theory, principles of design and production. The class model is a multimedia business organization structure. Students continuing the program choose an area of interest and work within a department. Departments include, Marketing, Graphic Design, Video Production and Website development. The curriculum is differentiated according to departments and each department is responsible for creating content for a specific entity. These are, Panther TV (a school based video blog website), providing support maintaining the school website, creating graphic design projects for Coconino High School, as well as, support and layout of the school newspaper, The Coconino Press. These projects will provide real world experience and in turn will help students to either launch into a post high school career or allow them to work in a multimedia field while in college. This is a dual enrollment course. We partner with CCC allowing students to earn college credit.