Courses and Certifications Page

QUANTITIVE REASONING COURSES

For the Core 40, Academic Honors and Technical Honors Diplomas, students must take a mathematics course or a quantitative reasoning course each year they are enrolled in high school. For the General Diploma, students must earn two credits in a mathematics course or a quantitative reasoning course during their junior or senior year. *Other than the occasional exception, Economics is taken by all seniors and therefore fulfills this requirement. QR courses at HHHS are:

 

Economics*

Advanced Life Science, Animals                

Agribusiness Management

Introduction to Accounting

Business Math 

Computer Integrated Mfg.

PLTW: Principles of Engineering

PLTW: Civil Engineering and Architecture

AP Physics I

AP Physics II      

Chemistry I

Chemistry II

Integrated Chemistry/Physics   

 

 

                                               

 

ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) COURSES

Advanced Placement (AP) tests are offered to high school students through the College Board. Students are able to earn college credit and/or course equivalencies with a sufficient score on an AP exam. Students take AP classes to prepare for the exams, as well as to earn high school credit. All two and four-year Indiana public colleges and universities award college credit that counts toward a degree for scores of 3 or higher. More information, click here. AP courses offered at HH are:

 

AP Language and Composition

AP Calculus

AP Literature and Composition

AP Physics I

AP German Language and Culture

AP Physics II

 

INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATIONS

All students have the opportunity to earn certification through course completion/successful testing in the following courses. Students pursuing a Core 40 with Technical Honors diploma may be required to earn an industry-based certification.

It is important to check with the course instructor and counselor for more information on certifications.

 

Heritage Hills Course

College and Career Pathway

Industry Based Certifications

Administrative Office Management

Business, Marketing  and Information Technology

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) (MITA Bundle - at least 4 of the 7 certificates to be industry based)

Computer Tech Support

Network Fundamentals

Business, Marketing  and Information Technology

A+ Certification

Network Plus Certification

Health Science Education

Health Science

Indiana State Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Project Lead the Way End-of-Course Assessments (bundle of at least 3 course ECA’s – minimum score of 4)

CPR (not industry based, not for TH)

Intro to Engineering, Principles of Engineering, CIM, EDD

 

Welding Technology (Tell City)

 

 

Automotive Services Technology

 

Engineering, Trade and Industry

 

 

 

 

 

Project Lead the Way End-of-Course Assessments Bundle (at least 3 course ECA’s – minimum score of 4)

WELD 206 Stick Certification

WELD 272 MIG Certification

WELD 273 TIG Certification

Automotive Service Excellence Certification (ASE)

Culinary Arts and Hospitality I

Hospitality and Human Resources

ServSafe (ServSafe is not industry based for THD)

 

 

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