Next Stop High School

Students will be be able to earn one or more endorsements as part of their graduation requirements.  Endorsements consist of a related series of courses that are grouped together by interest or skill set. They provide students with an in depth knowledge of a subject area.  Students will select an endorsement at the end of 8th grade.  I will assist them with this process.

Endorsements

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

• Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses related to STEM

• Computer Science

• Mathematics

• Science

• Combination of no more than two of the categories listed above

Business and Industry (one of the following or a combination of areas)
• Agriculture           • Food and Natural Resources            • Architecture and Construction
• Arts                      • Hospitality and Tourism                    • Technology and Communications
• Audio/Video         • Information Technology                    • Business Management and Administration
• Finance                • Manufacturing                                  • Transportation or Distribution and Logistics
• Marketing             • Technology Applications                 

• English electives in public speaking, debate, advanced broadcast journalism, advanced journalism including newspaper and yearbook

Public Service (one of the following)

• Human Services            • Health Science           • Education and Training            • Law

• Public Safety                  • Government and Public Administration                        • Corrections and Security 

• Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC)

Arts and Humanities (one of the following)

• 2 levels each in two languages other than English (LOTE)      • Social Studies         • 4 levels in the same LOTE • American Sign Language (ASL)            • Courses from one or two areas (music, theater, art, dance) in fine arts • English electives not included in Business and Industry

Multi-Disciplinary Studies (one of the following)

• 4 advanced courses from other endorsement areas

• 4 credits in each foundation subject area, including English IV and chemistry and/or physics

• 4 credits in Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or dual credit selected from English, mathematics, science, social studies, economics, LOTE or fine arts

Lincoln Junior High                               
13605 TX-156                                         Fax:  936-653-3688   
Coldspring, TX 77331                              Phone: 936-653-1166 
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