Auf dieser Seite hast Du einen kleinen Überblick welche Fächer an einer amerikanischen High School angeboten werden können. Die Daten stammen von der Franklin High School an der Teammitglied Stefan im Jahre 1996 war. Sicherlich ist diese Übersicht nicht repräsentativ für ganz Amerika, soll aber dazu dienen einen kleinen Einblick in die Vielfalt des Fächerangebots an amerikanischen High Schools zu bekommen. An anderen Schule wird dieses Angebot sicherlich anders ausfallen.
Nicht alle angebotenen Fächer werden dann auch eröffnet.

Art
Introduction to Art Advanced Drawing & Painting
Commercial Art Serigraphy (Silkscreening)
Studio Art 2-D Pottery/Sculpture
Art Metals Jewlery/Crafts Advanced Crafts
Studio Art 3-D
Business
Jobology Buisness Principles & Management
Personal Keyboarding Using Computers Keyboarding/(Typewriting I)
Formatting/(Typewriting II) Intermediate Formatting/(Advanced Typewriting)
Speedwriting I Speedwritng II
Desktop Publishing Accounting I
Accounting II Cerical Aide
Computer Fundamentals Entrepreneurship
Buisness Procedures
English
English I English II
American Literature/English III College Bound Study Skills
Journalism 1 Composition
Speech College Prep English
AP English Basic Reading Skills
Understanding Cultural Differences Through Literature LMC Student Assistant
Family & Consumer
Fibers & Fabrics I World of Food I
Fibers & Fabrics II Foods & Fitness
World of Food II (Foreign Foods) World of Food II (American Foods)
Interior Design Adult Living
Parenting Child Care & Development
Family & Consumer Ed. Asst.
Foreign Language
French I French II
French III French IV
German I German II
German III German IV
Japanese I Japanese II
Japanese III Japanese IV
Spanish I Spanish II
Spanish III Spanish IV
Spanish V - AP
Guidance
Career Guidance Careers in Action
Health
Freshman Health Senior Health
Industrial/Technological
Woodworking Technology I Woodworking Technology II
Survey of Technology Metals I
Metals II Metal Fabrication
Construction Skills I Construction Skills II
Manufacturing & Marketing Basic Electricity
Electronics Service & Repair Computer Electronics
Introduction to Energy & Transportation Transportation Technology I
Transportation Technology II Basic Graphics
Architectural Graphics I Architectural Graphics II
Engineering Graphics I Engineering Graphics II
College-Bound Engineering Television Technology
Advanced Communications Electronically Engineering Physics
Industrial/Technological Aides
Mathematics
Mathematics 300 Introductory Algebra
Mathematics 302 Algebra
Geometry Honors Geometry
Algebra II & Trigonometry Intermediate Algebra I
Intermediate Algebra II Pre-Calculus (Advanced Mathematics)
AP Calculus Statistics
Consumer Mathematics Math/Computer Lab Asst.
Computer Programming I/II Computer Programming III
Computer Programming IV Computer Programming V
Computer Programming VI
Music
Chamber Chorus Concert Choir
Jazz Band Orchestra
Wind Ensemble Concert Band
Music for Everyone Theater Arts
Physical Education
Physical Education Elective Physical Education
Physical Education Aide
Science
Science (P) Physical Science (P-enriched) Physical
Science (A) Applied Biology (H) Horticulture
Biology (Z) Zoology Biology (A) Applied
Horticulture I (Outdoor) Horticulture I (Indoor)
Horticulture II Horticulture Assistant
Chemistry Physics
Advanced Biology Photography
Photography Assistant Comperative Vertebrate Anatomy
Engineering Physics Biology (B Enriched)
Social Studies
Western Civilization I & II United States History I & II
United States History III Geography
American Government Sociology
The Two World Wars Economics
AP US History Multi-Cultural History of the US
World Affairs Psychology

Erklärung: AP - Advanced Placement (damit kann man schon Punkte fürs College sammeln), G/T - Gifted and Talented (für talentierte Schüler), AS - Advanced Standing (lokal, Vereinbarung mit einem College).