Skip available courses

    Available courses

    This class is designed to introduce students to the health information technology field. Students will learn prefixes, suffixes and root words for medical terms. This will include meanings, spellings and pronunciations. Emphasis is on building a working medical vocabulary based on body systems. Anatomy and physiology of major organs, pathological conditions, laboratory studies, clinical procedures and abbreviations are studies for each body system. The student will also learn medical terminology as it relates to pathology, diagnostic, surgical, clinical and laboratory procedures, and common abbreviations and acronyms by body systems.

    Grades 10-12 (1/2 Credit, Semester Course)


    The Nurse Assistant Training program offers classroom instruction and clinical practice to those preparing for employment as a certified nursing assistant in a skilled nursing facility, acute care or home health care. This program includes supervised practical training and clinical practice as required by the North Dakota Board of Nursing. Students will have the option to challenge the state CNA board exam to acquire state certification.

    Grades 11 - 12 (1/2 Credit, Semester Course)

    * Students Must be 16 Years of Age to Complete the Clinical Experience

    * This section of Nurse Assistant is specific to Community High School

    The Nurse Assistant Training program offers classroom instruction and clinical practice to those preparing for employment as a certified nursing assistant in a skilled nursing facility, acute care or home health care. This program includes supervised practical training and clinical practice as required by the North Dakota Board of Nursing. Students will have the option to challenge the state CNA board exam to acquire state certification.

    Grades 11 - 12 (1/2 Credit, Semester Course)

    * Students Must be 16 Years of Age to Complete the Clinical Experience

    Basic programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed. Careers in programming are explored and students are provided with opportunities to increase their communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills. Business projects are used to show how programming skills are used in the business world.

    Basic programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed. Careers in programming are explored and students are provided with opportunities to increase their communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills. Business projects are used to show how programming skills are used in the business world.

    Grades 10 - 12 (1/2 Credit, Semester Course)


    Basic programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed. Careers in programming are explored and students are provided with opportunities to increase their communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills. Business projects are used to show how programming skills are used in the business world.

    Design Engineering introduces careers in drafting. The course covers theory, laboratory and shop work related to gathering and translating data or specifications. You will develop time management, communication, and problem solving skills.  Careers in the Design Engineering field include architect, engineer, drafter, fashion designer, interior designer, and manufacturer.  The types of drafting introduced include architectural, mechanical, structural, pneumatic, marine, electrical-electronic, topographical as well as other drawings and sketches.

    Grades 10 - 12 (1 Credit/Full Year Course)


    This applied course is designed to introduce students to agriculture, its applications, and leadership development as the core foundation of the Agriculture Education program. It provides an overview of many different areas in agriculture.   Units of instructions are building blocks to help further studies in the Advance Ag Courses.  

    To begin preparation for employment as an ASE certified auto technicians. This sequential course will include topics in vehicle engine, power transmission, steering, brakes, and electrical systems.

    Grades 10 - 12 (1 Credit/Full Year Course)


    Skip course categories
    Skip CalendarSkip Online users