English Rapid Review is designed to offer the student a rapid review of the entirety of our English curriculum. Students start by returning to 5th grade concepts and work their way quickly toward 8th grade requirements. This course allows the student who has not reached their English requirements to quickly reach their target level as well as rapidly prepare them for the rigors of high school literary abilities and concepts
Math Rapid Review
Math Rapid Review is designed to offer the student a rapid review of the entirety of our Math curriculum. Students start by returning to 7th grade concepts and work their way quickly toward 8th grade requirements. This course allows a student who has not reached their state Math requirements to quickly reach their target level as well as rapidly prepare them for the rigors of high school Algebraic theories
The art student learns perceptual skill, artist research, material & media, and creative expression. They create art projects and study examples of art and artists in history and cultures. Students also study media and art, and careers in art.
An introductory course designed for automotive students that provides theory for a foundation in the field of automotive technology. All systems of the automobile are covered.
Business students study how business is organized in the United States, starting a business, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, staffing, and personnel management. Students study managing assets, financing alternatives, and investments.
Comparative Religion Designed as an elective for the advanced (11th and 12th grade) high school students, who are beginning to rationally think about God, Faith and Belief. This course is designed to give the student an objective look at the world’s infinitely different faiths.
Consumer math students learn basic math skills as well as checking accounts, deposits, bank statements, data analysis, and fractions. They learn the metric system and basics in geometry.
Creative writing students study vocabulary, meaning, context, and present writing examples. They study ancient epics, the Bible, medieval literature, poetry, and romantic and Victorian literature.
Students learn the rules of the road, seeing and communicating. They study speed, space, sharing the road, and emergencies, avoiding collisions, and safety devices. They learn about the dangers of alcohol, insurance, and the point system.
Health students study preventing disease, weight issues, emotions, risky behavior, mental disorders, and communicable diseases.
Home economics students study basic nutrition, menu planning, kitchen equipment, cooking, kitchen maintenance, and maintaining your home. They learn budgets, earning money, and understanding bank accounts.
Welcome to Psychology. Have a seat and make yourself comfortable, we are about to start class. Psych 101 is a general psychology course. This course represents a summary of the major theories, concepts, and treatment approaches in the field of psychology.
Music students study an introduction to music, music history, world music, and classical music. They learn the eight elements of music and scales and intervals. Students also study careers in music.
Personal Finance I & II
Personal finance students learn saving versus spending, credit, debt, and credit reports. They study investing basics, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other investments. Students study taxes, insurance, and elements of a financial plan.
Spanish I & II
Through this introductory course students explore basic grammar and mechanics. Topics covered include, verbs, nouns, tense, and other basic concepts. Throughout the course students build basic Spanish vocabulary including telling time, asking questions, household words, and occupations.
Spanish is an advanced course of study, students develop extensive vocabulary. Students also explore in-depth grammar and mechanics concepts.
Students learn strategies to succeed in public speaking and how to be a champion speaker. They learn the value of a public speaker and how to know your audience. Students study great speeches such as, John F. Kennedy's inaugural and George W. Bush's address to congress on terrorist attack.
Theatre students learn about the people and the elements in theatre and culture. They learn how to utilize the voice and mind. Students learn monologue, a directors role, playwriting, acting in and staging a play.
Physical Education (PE) I & II
Starline High School PE is an individualized, self paced Physical Education Curriculum. This Standards-Based Curriculum is completely aligned to the California State Standards.
The High School PE Courses 1 and 2 provide the foundation for high school physical education, including a special unit for 9th grade that is entirely dedicated to preparation for the California State Physical Fitness test.
Each unit contains a physical education activity log that documents independent study physical activity, and acts as a record of the minimum required hours for High School PE.
Students develop proficient movement skills in each area of physical education; they expand their ca¬pabilities for independent learning; and they examine practices that allow for sound decision making to enhance successful participation in movement activities. The content articulates the knowledge, skills, and con¬fidence students need to maintain meaningful physical activity throughout their lifetime. The two year course sequence provides a blueprint for delivering the content in a manner that equips students to make a successful transition from the physical education instructional program to participation in physical activity during adulthood. The adult lifestyle demands that individ¬uals initiate and monitor their own participation in physical activity. Family responsibilities, career demands, and individual choices influence physical activity patterns.
Modern Hawaiian History
Modern Hawaiian History students learn about the people, events and culture of Hawaii from the period from the overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy to Statehood to present day. They learn of world and United States of America events through the lens of Hawaii and the participation of and the effects on the citizens.