-Life Skills and Career Coursework
- Family and Consumer Sciences (home economics)
- Media Arts – A program focusing on various digital visual communication skills
- Music – including guitar, choir and band
- Studio Art
- Personal Finance
- Computer Architecture
- The study skills course is designed to assist students with a disability who have a current Individualized Service Plan on file. In this class, a certified special education teacher teaches executive functioning skills to students to help them with organizing, planning, prioritizing and starting tasks; and staying focused on them to completion, as well as other skills. This class is not considered a Resource class and the teacher assigned does not teach specific subject content. Student placement is based on recommendations made by administration after a review of a student’s current needs.
- The transitions program is specially designed to teach educational, vocational and life skills to students who are pursuing a Certificate of Completion. Students are introduced to, review and practice skills in language arts, math, religion, science and social studies. Additionally, they are introduced to vocations and develop skills necessary for the transition into the work world following high school. Life skills and social skills include lessons to prepare students to live life as independently as possible and to their highest potential.
For questions about course planning and registration, please contact Heather Ieyoub at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Louis students who have a comprehensive failing grade – defined as a D or F average on any report card – in more than one class will be placed on academic probation. The student will meet with the Dean of Academics and/or counseling and be referred for various resources, including tutoring and other assistance as needed.
Students on academic probation are ineligible to compete in athletics until they have improved their average to C or higher.