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Project Based Learning

PBL is an instructional methodology that encourages students to learn and apply knowledge and skills through an engaging experience. It presents opportunities for deeper learning in context and for the development of important skills tied to college and career readiness.

  • Interdisciplinary

    • Engagement in real-world problems/challenges

    • Engagement in inquiry, solution building, and product construction

    • Use of content knowledge and skills from multiple academic domains

  • Rigorous

    • Application of knowledge and skills

    • Application of a variety of academic contents in new contexts

    • Inquiry process leads to deeper learning

  • Student-Centered

    • Role of the teacher shifts from content-deliverer to facilitator/ projectmanager

    • Students work more independently, with the teacher providing support only when needed

    • Students encouraged to make their own decisions about how best to demonstrate understanding

    • Fosters independence, ownership of work, and development of 21st century/workplace skills

    • Encourages collaboration with peers and development of professional skills such as, problem solving and project management

Biomedical Science Program

Courses

1) Principles of Biomedical Science

Course Outline | Course Resume

2) Human Body Systems (2022-2023)

3) Medical Interventions (2023-2024)

4) Biomedical Innovation (2024-2025)

Certifications

University of Florida Center for Regenerative Health Biotility Biotechnician Assistant (2024-2025): Articulation Agreement

Learn More About Our Curriculum

Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science: Website | Brochure

Digital Design Program

Courses

1) Digital Design 1

2) Digital Design 2

Certifications

Adobe: Certified Professional in Visual Design 
  • Adobe Creative Cloud Photoshop
  • Adobe Creative Cloud Illustrator

Statewide Career Pathways Agreement

Digital Design

Engineering Program

Courses

1) Introduction to Engineering Design
Course Outline | Course Resume
2) Principles of Engineering
Course Outline | Course Resume
3) Engineering Design & Development
Course Outline | Course Resume
4) Engineering Internship

Certifications

Autodesk Inventor Certified User: Articulation Agreement

Learn More About Our Curriculum

Project Lead the Way Engineering: Website | Brochure

Advanced Placement

What is AP?

Computer Science

AP Computer Science Principles

AP Computer Science A

Social Studies

AP Human Geography

AP World History: Modern

AP US History

English Language Arts

Pre-AP English 1 Honors

Pre-AP English 2 Honors

Additional Courses

Mathematics

Geometry Honors

Algebra 2 Honors

Pre-Calulus Honors

Science

Biology 1 Honors

Chemistry 1 Honors

Electives

Foreign Language:
  • Spanish 2
Physical Education:
  • HOPE-PE
Other:
  • Journalism
  • Virtual Education/Walton Virtual Courses

Assessments

PLTW End of Course Exams:
  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Principles of Biomedical Science
  • Human Body Systems
  • Medical Interventions
  • Geometry EOC
  • Biology EOC
  • US History EOC
  • FSA 9th ELA Reading
  • FSA 9th ELA Writing
  • FSA 10th ELA Reading
  • FSA 10th ELA Writing
Other:
  • STAR
  • PSAT
  • AP Exams
  • Certification Exams