Classes and Course Catalog
At Crescent Valley High School we are committed to providing an academically rigorous and challenging curriculum. Test scores along with post graduate data, exemplify high levels of student achievement and personal success. We strive to create learning experiences that are relevant to our students’ lives while preparing them for life beyond high school. Project-based, community-based, internship, and service learning opportunities exist across the curriculum, exposing students to real life learning experiences.
Course Forecasting for 2021-2022 School Year
- Choosing Classes for Incoming 9th Graders – https://youtu.be/qhKhzu-uSic
- Course Preview for Incoming 9th Graders – https://youtu.be/p_ctmMA0Y7Q
- Discovering Courses – https://youtu.be/WPLQVh9V8f8
- How to Use the Course Description Handbook – https://youtu.be/H8t5jL00wiU
- How to Use the Forecasting Form – https://youtu.be/n18jlyFMOQ0
- How to Read Your Transcript – https://youtu.be/KzfZbEQP7rg
- How to Use Registrar – https://youtu.be/cyVj3tUzluI
Career and Technical Education
At CV, we believe one of the best ways to learn is by doing. Our vision includes robust development in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs of study, in which students can complete a pathway of courses, supporting each student’s career interests and life beyond high school.
Our state-approved CTE programs include Pre-Engineering, Design and Applied Arts, Culinary Arts, Computer Information and Technology Management, and Digital Imaging. In addition to these learning opportunities, we offer Broadcast Journalism, Filmmaking, and a host of performing, applied and visual arts classes. Business and computer science courses are among favorite electives, along with child development and world languages.
Advanced Placement and Honors Courses
Advanced Placement and honors courses provide students the opportunity to learn at a deeper level and faster pace. These courses require students to have disciplined study habits and an eager attitude toward learning. The amount of homework in these courses, while not always greater than regular courses, frequently demands extended preparation time beyond the classroom. Student participation in academically challenging courses is voluntary, although some courses require instructor approval for admission.