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    Since the organization’s inception, approximately 1400 CSF chapters and 1200 CJSF chapters have been approved. Today’s chapters continue to foster the recognition, motivation, and education of academically talented students. Chapter memberships promote the CSF/CJSF ideal of service to their communities.

    Mr. Padilla's AVID III 2nd period class.

    Productions and directing become the focus.

    Learn the basics of theater and acting.

    Broadcast Journalism will provide students with the skills and knowledge to be informed consumers/creators of media in a technological society. This course provides the opportunity for students to learn basic journalistic and technological skills used in professional television productions and video podcasts. Students will research, gather, and analyze information to create video productions for broadcast to a variety of audiences; in addition, the students will be responsible for creating a news show for Hesperia High School that will be played both locally and on the Internet.

    English I for students in grades 10-12. This course is not intended for Freshmen.

    We will chronologically travel through the various literary periods to understand how and why literature both reflected and developed American ideology.  Beginning with the Puritans, we will read and write about literary selections that span all the way to the 21st century.  You will be responsible for understanding why American literature is separated into "periods" and the defining characteristics of those periods.

    English III Advanced Placement is a course designed to challenge students in the art of rhetoric and argumentation. No longer will you be analyzing a text to determine WHAT it says, now you will examine HOW the text creates meaning. In addition, we will cover all the major periods of American literature.

    British Lit

    The AP® English Literature and Composition course is designed to engage students in the reading of classical texts with both breadth and depth. Students are expected to read and critically analyze “imaginative” literature. In concert with the College Board’s AP English Course Description, the course's central tenet is “the pieces chosen invite and reward rereading and do not, like ephemeral works in such popular genres as detective or romance fiction, yield all (or nearly all) of their pleasures of thought and feeling the first time through.”

    If anyone ever tells you that writing is easy, they're either lying or they've never done it themselves. Even the best writers must work hard at their craft. In English IV Expository Writing, we will try our hand in writing for a multitude of purposes. We'll examine what good writers do and don't do, and we'll explore the various modes of writing. Come prepared to read and write. You wouldn't sign up to play football without expecting to practice, now would you?

    This is a beginning class in French, concentrating on speaking and listening, with some writing and a little reading thrown in.  

    ¡Bienvenidos a la clase de español!  Welcome to Spanish Class!  This class will focus on

    proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and some writing in Spanish!

    For this class, you will need:

    A notebook/binder and lined paper

    Pen and/or pencil

    Colored markers (not sharpies!)

    One pair of small scissors, for cutting paper.

     

     

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    This course focuses on the structure and function of the human body.

    This course examines various aspects of life. We will cover biochemistry, cells, genetics, evolution, ecology, and human anatomy/physiology.

    In this course, we will examine the history of the American people from colonization to the present with primary emphasis on Reconstruction forward as colonization to the Civil War will be a review for the students. Students will be expected to engage both primary and secondary information to analyze how previous events are interrelated and, ultimately, still affect us today. As a consequence, students will be expected to read and write on a level that is demonstrative of their junior class designation. In addition, through their study of the themes and issues expressed in American history, students will also gain an understanding of the changing cultural/political/social currents of America throughout history.

    Welcome to AP U.S. History. This site contains links, tools, and writing assignments that are designed to aid and enhance your knowledge of United States history.This course will provide Students with a college level experience in United States history and prepare them to take the AP exam, which is given in May of each year.

    Campbell's Art Class website is here: http://campbellsartclass.weebly.com/

    Drum line is a component of the Instrumental Music program at Hesperia High School.  This course is part of the marching and concert season program.  Entrance into the course requires an interview and possible audition.   

    Jazz band is a one of the components of the instrumental music program at Hesperia High School.  This is a performance based course that introduces students to the genre of Jazz and related styles such as Rock, Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban Jazz, etc. 

    As a pre-requisite, students interested in Jazz Band are required to be proficient on their instrument and able to read music at an intermediate level. 

    Pageantry is one of the components of the Instrumental Music program and supports the marching program at HHS.   

    String Orchestra is one of the components of the instrumental music program at Hesperia High School.  A rehearsal oriented course where students should be proficient on their instrument and able to read music at the beginner-intermedieate level.  Performances include semester concerts, SCJA Festival, and other community events. 

     

    Wind Ensemble is a performanced based course with the goal of providing Hespeira High School's

    Female Ensemble, Audition only

    Advanced Photography is a fine arts/vocational prep course at HHS. Therefore, we will cover not only the artistic side of photography but also the technical side. The course will be taught using digital SLR cameras and Adobe Photoshop CS5 software. Because this is an advanced course some of the material will be self-selected based on students’ personal interests in photography. Advanced photography students will spend time taking pictures on campus and then critiquing them in classroom discussions. Lecture, group work, presentations, and research/writing projects will also be utilized to cover the course material.

    Beginning Photography is a fine arts/industrial technology course at HHS. We will cover both the artistic side of photography as well as the technical side—aesthetically what makes a great photograph and technically how to create great photographs.  The course will be taught using digital SLR cameras and Adobe Photoshop CS5 software.  Some of the concepts to be covered include lighting, composure, technique, editing, and critique.  Students will also learn about the many outlets for photography including photojournalism, portraiture, commercial and fine art photography.

    The object of this course is to use a hands-on approach to introduce the basic concepts in robotics, focusing on mobile robots and there applications. Course information will be tied to lectures and lab experiments; students will work in teams to build and test increasingly more complex LEGO, VEX, ADRIANO-based mobile robots, culminating in an end-of-semester robot contest. This course introduces fundamental concepts in Robotics. In this course, basic concepts will be discussed, including coordinate transformations, sensors, path planning, kinematics, feedback and feed forward control, stressing the importance of integrating sensors, effectors and control. These topics will be exemplified with LEGO, VEX, ADRIANO, Robotics kits and labs. The last part of the course will focus on applying the knowledge from the initial lectures in the key approaches to mobile robot control (reactive, behavior,-based, and hybrid), and briefly discuss robot learning and multi-robot systems. In the lab, robot kits will be used in a bi-weekly exercises illustrating lecture material; the last month of the lab will be spent in applying the learned material to a final project, in which the students will design and build a robot for a final competition. This course is intended for students with a interest in Robotics. Visual Computing, C/C++, and Gaming.

    Prerequisites none; but a strong foundation in Math and Science, and the ability to work well independently and in a group setting a must.