C – COURSE CATALOG

This page covers all courses that will be offered for the 2019/2020 school year that start with the letter “C”.

COURSE: CALCULUS HONORS
COURSE NUMBER: 2071
A-G: 10 credits Mathematics (C), 5.9 GRADING SCALE
PREREQUISITE: Math III
HOUSE: Academic
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Munoz) Periods 9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (McMillan) Periods 9
DESCRIPTION: Calculus honors is a one year course designed to meet the California State Standards for calculus.  The topics covered are:  limits, derivatives, definite & indefinite integrals, and applications of these topics.  Subtopics include products, quotients, the calculus of logarithmic functions, growth and decay, plane and solid figures, algebraic calculus techniques, and the calculus of motion.  These topics will be explored graphically, numerically, algebraically and verbally.  In addition to these topics, this course will equip students with the ability to understand and apply the formal definition and the graphical interpretation of calculus topics.  It will provide students with an understanding of how calculus can be applied to everyday situations in business, economics, environmental science, health care, life science, social science, sports, technology, and physical science.  Finally, it will introduce students to a field of study that they might pursue further on the university level.

COURSE: CHEMISTRY
COURSE NUMBER: 154
A-G: 10 credits Science (D)
PREREQUISITE: C or better in Math I / C or better in Biology
HOUSE: Academic
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Jareno ) Periods 1,2,7,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Valme) Periods 1,2,7,9
DESCRIPTION: This is a college preparatory course in theories and concepts of modern chemistry. The course emphasizes the structure of the atom, solutions and equilibrium, periodic properties, bonding and common reactions, acid-base reactions, and oxidation-reduction reactions. The student will be introduced to quantum mechanics, nuclear chemistry, and stoichiometry. The laboratory work will develop students reasoning power, the ability to apply chemical principles; as well as acquaint students with chemical laboratory techniques.

COURSE: CHEMISTRY HONORS
COURSE NUMBER: 154
A-G: 10 credits Science (D), 5.0 Grading system
PREREQUISITE: C or better in Math I / C or better in Biology
HOUSE: Academic
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Jareno ) Periods 4,6
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Valme) Periods 4,6
DESCRIPTION: Chemistry is concerned with the composition, structure, and properties of substances, the transformations of these substances into others by reactions, and the kinds of energy changes that accompany these reactions. Fundamental concepts on the atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, conservation of matter and stoichiometry, gases and their properties, acids and bases, solutions, chemical thermodynamics, reaction rates, chemical equilibrium, organic chemistry and biochemistry, and nuclear processes.Emphasis on scientific investigation, analysis, and critical thinking of content through labs, research and media.

COURSE: CHEMISTRY II HONORS
COURSE NUMBER: 2019
A-G: 10 credits Science (D), 5.0 Grading Scale
PREREQUISITE: Chemistry I
HOUSE: Academic
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Jareno ) Periods 8
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Valme) Periods 8
DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to build upon the Honors Chemistry curriculum. This second year of chemistry will conduct an extended laboratory and provide an in-depth investigation of more specialized areas of chemistry. Areas of study may include, but are not limited to, chemical reactions, the behavior of gases, solutions, thermochemistry, kinetics, oxidation-reduction reactions, electrochemistry, nuclear, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. Students participate in laboratory exercises, small group activities and discussions.

COURSE: CIRCUS ARTS I
COURSE NUMBER: 6789
A-G: 10 credits Electives (G) or Fine Arts (F)pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition Level I
HOUSE: Performing Arts
CONSERVATORY: Cirque Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Collins) Periods 1,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Gilbert) Period 4,7
DESCRIPTION:

COURSE: CIRCUS ARTS II
COURSE NUMBER: 6788
A-G: 10 credits Electives (G) or Fine Arts (F)pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition Level II
HOUSE: Performing Arts
CONSERVATORY: Cirque Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Collins) Periods 1,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Gilbert) Period 4,7
DESCRIPTION:

COURSE: CIRQUE CONDITIONING
COURSE NUMBER: 2161
A-G: Under review for (G) Elective Credit
PREREQUISITE: None
HOUSE: Performing Arts
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Miskulin) Periods 2, 4, 9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: Periods 1,3
DESCRIPTION: This course is beginning hands on strength training to prepare students to enter the cirque conservatory. Students will execute extensive flexibility training in this class. 90% of this course is about gaining strength and flexibility for the safety of going into the cirque conservatory and 10% of this course explores cirque apparatus.

COURSE: COLLEGE SKILLS – SAT TEST PREP
COURSE NUMBER: 237
A-G: 10 credits Elective (G)
PREREQUISITE: none
HOUSE: Academic
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Burke) Periods 6
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Barkdull) Periods 6
DESCRIPTION: SEMESTER 1 COLLEGE SKILLS: This course is designed to walk students through how to select the correct college for after high school success and how to maneuver everything needed to get in and go to college. This course covers everything from student aid, scholarships, SAT, and how to choose a college path. SEMESTER 2 SAT / ACT TEST PREP: This course is designed to help students prepare for college entrance exams including the SAT and the ACT.  The goal of this course is to appropriately prepare high school students for success in college and in life.

COURSE: COOKING
COURSE NUMBER: 692
A-G: 10 credits Elective (G)
PREREQUISITE: Successful Audition
HOUSE: Career Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Cruz) Periods 3,4,6,7,8
RIVERSIDE COURSES: NOT AVAILABLE
DESCRIPTION: 
Cooking is an introductory course in the Food Service and Hospitality pathway. It is designed to teach students the fundamental skills they will need to begin a career in the industry. The study and application of safety and sanitation, food preparation skills and techniques, food service and nutrition is addressed in this course. Lab experiences are provided throughout the semester to reinforce these skills.

The course will also focus on relevant and timely topics from global cuisines to sustainability.  Students who complete this course will have the ability to earn a California Food Handlers Card Certification.

This course meets common core academic standards along with the standards in the the area of Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation (HTR).

COURSE: COSTUME DESIGN II
COURSE NUMBER: 649
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition Level II
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual/Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Del Sole) Periods 1,4,7,8
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Hong) Periods 1,4,7,8
DESCRIPTION: Building on the foundation from Costume Design I, students begin the process on design and creation of costumes to be used within productions. Research plays a large role in the development of the costume.

COURSE: COSTUME DESIGN I
COURSE NUMBER: 227
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition Level I
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual/Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Del Sole) Periods 3,6
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Hong) Periods 3,6
DESCRIPTION: 

COURSE: COSTUME DESIGN III
COURSE NUMBER: 6491
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition Level III
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual/Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Del Sole) Periods 1,4,7,8
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Hong) Periods 1,4,7,8
DESCRIPTION:

COURSE: COSTUME DESIGN IV
COURSE NUMBER: 64911
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition Level IV
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual/Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Del Sole) Periods 1,4,7,8
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Hong) Periods 1,4,7,8
DESCRIPTION:

COURSE: CTE COSTUME LAB
COURSE NUMBER:
A-G: 10 credits (G) Elective pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Successful Audition, Costume Design I
HOUSE: Career Arts / Visual & Technical Arts / Performing Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts, Dance, Cirque Acrobatics, Theatre
HESPERIA COURSES: (Bollinger) Periods 2,3,7,8
RIVERSIDE COURSES: NOT AVAILABLE
DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to help students understand the semantics of how to costume multiple productions at a time.  They will help organize and run the costume library, maintain costumes, repair costumes, and check out/in costumes.