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Jadal AP Statistika (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T4104*, Tonka Online**
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5
Prerequisites: Successful completion (B- or better) of Math Studies, Functions, Stats & Trig, Pre-Calculus or teacher recommendation

This course teaches the 10 topics of statistics in a one semester accelerated fashion. It is designed to be in addition to the normal 4 year math sequence and is only offered as a 0.5 credit class.

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Buxgalteriya Men

Course: #6100
Online Option: #T6100, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None

Accounting is an essential business course for students planning to study business in college that introduces students to basic accounting principles and procedures.

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Ilg'or muhandislik dizayni II - 2022-23 YIL UCHUN YANGI!

Course: #6421 
Grade(s) offered: 12 
Credits: .5 (per semester) 
Prerequisites: Grade of B+ or higher in Advanced Engineering Design

Course Description: Engineering Design and Development (EDD) is the capstone course in the Minnetonka high school engineering program. It is an open-ended engineering research course in which students work to design and develop an original solution to a well-defined and justified open-ended problem by applying the engineering design process.

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Airbrush Men

Course: #6426
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: None

This course will help students learn airbrush techniques that will expand their artistic expression and bring professionalism to their graphic products.

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Airbrush II

Course: #6428
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: .5 credit in Airbrush I

This course will allow students to take what they have learned in Airbrush I to a new level.

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Chiziqlar algebrasi

Course: #4000, S1
Course: #4002, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: Per state statute, neither semester counts toward math credit; elective credit only.
Prerequisites: Teacher recommendation

This course an overview of linear relationships, equations, and graphs, variables and plotting points, basic probability. It is generally equivalent to a traditional Pre-Algebra course.

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Amerika Belgisi Tili I

Course: #5000, S1
Course: #5002, S2
Online Option: #T5000*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5002*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None

Students in this course are introduced to American Sign Language and Deaf culture, focusing on frequently used signs.

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Amerika belgisi Tili II

Course: #5004, S1
Course: #5006, S2
Online Option: #T5004*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5006*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: ASL I 

Students expand their sign vocabulary, grammar, and deaf culture using appropriate facial expressions and body movements taught in level I.

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Amerika Tadqiqotlar 10 Ulug'laydi

Course: #1022 - English, S1    
Course: #1024 - English, S2
Course: #2008 - Social Studies, S1
Course: #2010 - Social Studies, S2
*Students must register for all four courses.
Grade(s) offered: 10
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Any English 9 Course Concurrent enrollment in Social Studies 2012 & 2013

This honors-level interdisciplinary course meets across two class periods and fulfills the requirements for both 10th grade social studies and English.

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Amerika Tadqiqotlar 10 Ulug'laydi

Course: #1022 - English, S1    
Course: #1024 - English, S2
Course: #2008 - Social Studies, S1
Course: #2010 - Social Studies, S2
*Students must register for all four courses.
Grade(s) offered: 10
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Any English 9 Course Concurrent enrollment in Social Studies 2012 & 2013

This honors-level interdisciplinary course meets across two class periods and fulfills the requirements for both 10th grade social studies and English.

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AP San'at Tarixi (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T6094F, part 1, Tonka Online
Course: #T6096W, part 2, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
 This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit      
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Prerequisites: None

AP Art History allows students to examine major forms of artistic expression relevant to a variety of cultures in a wide variety of times periods.

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AP Biologiya

Course: #AP320, S1
Course: #AP322, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Physical Science, Chemistry

Advanced Placement Biology is designed to provide learning experiences equivalent to a first-year college biology course.

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AP oliy Matematika AB

Course: #AP404, S1
Course: #AP406, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: B or better in Precalculus, Precalculus Honors or Calculus

This course is equivalent to a first semester of college calculus. It is focused on single variable differential and integral calculus and applications.

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AP oliy Matematika BC

Course: #AP408, S1
Course: #AP410, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: C or better in AP Calculus AB or A- or better in Calculus

This course is equivalent to a second semester college calculus course. It includes review of AP Calculus AB along with advanced integration and differentiation techniques.

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AP Kimyo

Course: #AP304, S1
Course: #AP306, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: A or B in Physical Science Honors and Higher Algebra 

AP Chemistry teaches the concepts and applications of first-year college Chemistry. A process of problem solving is continually modeled and It is expected that students electing this course will take the AP Exam.

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AP Qiyosiy Hukumat 

Course: #AP216
Online Option: T2108, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None    

This college-level course analyzes the political systems of the United Kingdom, Russia, China, Mexico, Nigeria and Iran. By examining these six countries, students will develop an understanding of political concepts and themes.

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AP Informatika Bir

Course: #AP650, S1
Course: #AP652, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester) 
Prerequisites: AP Computer Science Principles strongly recommended, or prior coding experience; B or better in Higher Algebra, Higher Algebra Honors, or Instructor’s permission

AP Computer Science A is equivalent to a first-semester, college-level course in computer science. The course introduces students to computer science fundamentals, focusing on object-oriented programming languages.

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AP Informatika Asoslari

Course: #AP654, S1
Course: #AP656, S2
Online Option: #T6500F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T6502W, part 2, Tonka Online
Online, complete part 1 before part 2
This course can also be taken through VANTAGE #V500 (choose one)
Grades Offered:  9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: C or better in Algebra; Introduction to Computer Science is recommended but not required
 
Computer Science Principles introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world.

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AP muxofazasi (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T3100*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall
Course: #T3102*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Chemistry, Physical Science

This is a multidisciplinary course for students interested in the world’s natural environment and related issues.

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AP Yevropa Tarixi

Course: #AP208, S1
Course: #AP210, S2
Online Option: #T2112F, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T2114W, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Prerequisites: Contemporary U.S. History; AP U.S. History; American Studies 10 Honors (B or better)

This class will survey the major trends and events in European history from the Renaissance (1350) to present day.

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AP frantsiya V 

Course: #AP500, S1
Course: #AP502, S2 
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: French IV and permission from the instructor or IB French SL

The course provides students with opportunities to connect with Francophone culture using the three modes of communication (interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational) in a variety of tasks.

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AP Inson Geografiya

Course: #AP200, S1
Course: #AP202, S2
Grade: 9
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)    
Prerequisites: B+ or better in 8th grade English and Social Studies

Human Geography is the study of humans and their interaction with their surroundings. An emphasis on spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine human social organization and its environmental consequences are the guiding ideas behind this course.

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Minnetonka AP Tili va Tarkibi 10

Course: #AP100, S1
Course: #AP101, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: Any English 9 Course

Students will analyze a broad and challenging range of fiction and nonfiction prose and trace the use of rhetoric in making arguments and appeals. Students will read and examine essays, letters, speeches, images, media messages, memoirs, and autobiographies from a variety of authors and historical contexts.

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AP Tili va Tarkibi 12

Course: #AP104
Online Option: #T1100*, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter 
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: 0.5 (semester-long course)
Prerequisites: Any English 11 Course

In this course, students read and examine a broad range of nonfiction prose including essays, letters, speeches, images, media messages, memoirs, and autobiographies from a variety of authors and historical contexts.

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AP Adabiyoti va Tarkibi

Course: #AP102, S1
Course: #AP103, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Any English 10 or 11 Course

This course emphasizes accurate, perceptive reading of major British and American Literature representing all literary genres—poetry, drama, novel, short story—covering the 17th to the 20th century.

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AP Macroeconomics 

Course: #AP218
Online Option: #T2106W, Tonka Online
*Select term S=Summer, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None    

Students will study economic growth, inflation, unemployment, foreign trade, monetary, and fiscal policies at a college freshman level.

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AP Musiqa Nazariyasi

Course: #AP660
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: A or B in Theory 1 or pretest/application prior to registration

Music Theory 2 is a one-term class designed for students who have some experience in music but want to further develop and increase skills in reading, writing, listening, and analyzing music. It is also designed to prepare students interested in studying music at the post-secondary level.

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Kiyim Qurilish I

Course: #6304
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None

Apparel Construction is for the student who has a passion for fashion and apparel and wishes to create their own clothing and fashion items. Learn sewing techniques and develop skills that are used in basic clothing construction.

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Kiyim konstruktsiyasi II

Course: #6305
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: Apparel Construction I

This course builds upon the techniques learned in Apparel Construction I as students construct a variety of individual garment projects. Challenge yourself with more advanced & technical skills used in clothing construction.

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AP Fizika 1 - Sinfdan 9

Course: #AP300, S1
Course: #AP302, S2   
Grade(s) offered:
9  
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in English 9 Honors Communications

AP Physics I is an algebra-based physics course designed to develop deep understanding of the content and apply knowledge through inquiry-based labs. The English course focuses on preparing students for future research opportunities and for learning how to communicate in a technical and professional manner.

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AP Fizika C: zamonaviy Fizika mavzular bilan elektr va magnetizm

Course: #AP324, S1
Course: #AP326, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
This course completes 1.0 of a Science credit.
Prerequisites: Calculus course and AP Physics 1 (or another physics course with teacher recommendation).

AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism is equivalent to a second semester calculus-based college physics course.

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AP Fizika C: Mexanika

Course #AP328, S1
Course #AP330, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 
grade 11-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Physical Science, Calculus (completed or concurrent) 
This is a year-long course offered at MHS.

AP Physics C: Mechanics is the equivalent of a first-semester college course in calculus-based physics. The course covers Kinematics, Newton’s Laws, Work/Energy/Power, Momentum, Rotation, Oscillations.

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AP Fizika C-Mexanika (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T3104W, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (Spring semester only)
Prerequisites: Have completed or be concurrently enrolled in both AP Physics 1 AND a calculus course.
​​​​​​​This semester-long Tonka Online course is for students who have already taken AP Physics 1 and wish to take the AP Physics C: Mechanics test.

This course covers mechanics topics with a calculus lens in a self-paced/teacher-guided online format. These topics are Kinematics, Newton’s Laws, Work/Energy/Power, Momentum, Rotation, and Oscillations.

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AP Psixologiya 

Course: #AP220
Online Option: #T2100, Tonka Online 
This course may also be taken as part of VANTAGE #V200
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None    

Psychology is the study of behavior and mental process. This AP class is an introduction to college-level Psychology using a college text, “collegiate-style” pace and classroom climate, and college-level exams.

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AP Tadqiqot

Course: #AP107, S1
Course: #AP108, S2
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: AP Seminar during junior year

AP Research allows students to deeply explore an academic topic, problem, or issue of individual interest. Through this exploration, students design, plan, and conduct a year-long research based investigation to address a research question.

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AP Seminar

Course: #AP105, S1
Course: #AP106, S2
This course may also be taken through VANTAGE #V102, Global Business or VANTAGE #V700, Public Policy (choose only one)
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: Any English 10 or 11 Course

AP Seminar is a foundational course that engages students in cross-curricular conversations that explore the complexities of academic and real-world topics and issues by analyzing divergent perspectives.

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AP Statistika

Course: #AP400, S1
Course: #AP402, S2
Online Option: #T4100* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4102* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
This course can also be taken as part of VANTAGE #V100 (choose one)*
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Successful completion (B- or better) of Math Studies, Functions, Stats & Trig, Precalculus or teacher recommendation

This course is a college level study of the statistical topics of experimental design, data analysis, and methods of inference.

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AP Studio San'at

Course: #AP602, S1
Course: #AP603, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
This course fulfills the Arts requirement. 
Prerequisites: Successful completion of two or more semesters of art; Drawing highly recommended

In AP Studio Art you create a portfolio to turn in for the AP Studio Art Exam. The portfolio will be Drawing, 2D or 3D.

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AP Amerika Qo'shma Shtatlari tarixi 

Course: #AP204, S1
Course: #AP206, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Civics and Human Geography; AP Human Geography 

Students complete advanced level reading, writing, and analysis on topics in the history of the U.S. Reading assignments come from a college-level text, and students work with others to become more skilled at writing historical essays.

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AP AQSh hukumati va siyosati

Course: #AP214
Online Option: #T2110, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None

Through readings, research, discussions, field experiences, and media presentations, students will study political ideologies, parties, campaigns, elections, interest groups, bureaucracy, civil liberties, role of the media, the judicial, legislative and executive processes, and the creation of public policy.

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AP Jahon Tarixi

Course: #AP224, S1
Course: #AP225, S2
Online Option:#T2102F, part 1, Tonka Online 
Online Option:#T2104W, part 2, Tonka Online 
Grades Offered: 11-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: Contemporary U.S. History; AP U.S. History; American Studies 10 Honors (grade B or better)

Students complete advanced level reading, writing, and analysis on topics in World History.

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Arxitektura Tuzish / Dizayn

Course: #6414, S1
Course: #6416, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
This course requires completion of S1 and S2 to earn .5 Arts Credit 
Prerequisites: None

This course instructs students in architectural design trends giving them a practical, hands-on experience in structural design, interior design, and floor planning.

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Astranomiya

Course: #3026
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester) 
This course completes .5 of a Science credit.   
Prerequisites: None

In this class, you will learn the constellations, how to use a telescope along with the science and history of astronomy.

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Avtomobil tormoz tizimlari - 2022-23 YIL UCHUN YANGI!

Course: #M6502
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, Fall Semester 2022 only)
Prerequisites: Automotive Career Investigations or Power and Energy

Course Description: The Brake Systems course is one of four advanced level automotive courses to give students a next level experience once they have completed Automotive Investigation.  The goal of these courses is to teach at a rigorous industry standard level.  Rigorous training will prepare students for post-secondary education, part-time entry level employment, or to perform high level repairs on their own vehicles. 

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Avtomobil karerasini tekshirish

Course: # M6500
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester) 


Course Description: Automotive investigation will expose students to the vast array of careers related to the automotive industry.  Automotive technology will be a primary focus.  Students will also learn about other careers such as automobile sales, parts sales, finance, and careers outside of a repair facility or dealership.

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Avtomobil elektr/elektron tizimlari - 2023-24 YILDA TAKLIF ETILADI

Course: #M6508 
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, offered starting in 2023-24 school year)
Prerequisites: Automotive Career Investigations or Power and Energy


Course Description: The Electrical/Electronic Systems course is one of four advanced level automotive courses to give students a next level experience once they have completed Automotive Investigation.  The goal of these courses is to teach at a rigorous industry standard level.  Rigorous training will prepare students for post-secondary education, part-time entry level employment, or to perform high level repairs on their own vehicles

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Avtomobil dvigatelining ishlashi - 2022-23 YIL UCHUN YANGI!

Course: #M6504 
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, Spring Semester 2023 only) 
Prerequisites: Automotive Career Investigations or Power and Energy

Course Description: The Engine Performance course is one of four advanced level automotive courses to give students a next level experience once they have completed Automotive Investigation.  The goal of these courses is to teach at a rigorous industry standard level.  Rigorous training will prepare students for post-secondary education, part-time entry level employment, or to perform high level repairs on their own vehicles. 

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Avtomobilni boshqarish va to'xtatib turish tizimlari - 2023-24 YILDA TAKLIF ETILADI

Course: #M6506 
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, offered starting in 2023-24 school year)
Prerequisites: Automotive Career Investigations or Power and Energy

Course Description: The Steering and Suspension Systems course is one of four advanced level automotive courses to give students a next level experience once they have completed Automotive Investigation.  The goal of these courses is to teach at a rigorous industry standard level.  Rigorous training will prepare students for post-secondary education, part-time entry level employment, or to perform high level repairs on their own vehicles. 

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Boshlanish English

Course: #7100, S1
Course: #7102, S2    
Grade(s) offered:
 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: English is not student’s first language. Qualifying test score on the WIDA Screener or ACCESS for ELs.

Students from all over the world come to MHS. This is a course for students with a beginning level of English proficiency. Students will work collaboratively to share their knowledge as they develop their English skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing.

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Bel Canto

Course: #6636, S1
Course: #6638, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites: Voice check with instructor

Students who accept a place in Bel Canto commit to a full year of participation.

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Biologiyasi

Course: #3044, S1
Course: #3046, S2
Online Option: #T3044*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall
Online Option: #T3046*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term W=winter 
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Physical Science, Chemistry

This course is a study of biology, with an emphasis on biology topics at the cellular and molecular level.

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Tana-Aql Yosharish B

Course: #6714
Grade(s) Offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit. 
Prerequisites: One Fitness A course. No prior yoga experience necessary

This course is designed to provide students with a lower intensity, stress relieving experience that mirrors many of the popular studio classes found in local health clubs.

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Biznes Analytics (VANTAGE)

Course: #V100
Grade(s) offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 2.0 (1.0 math credit and 1.0 business elective credit)
Prerequisites: Interest in global business and statistics. Students registering for IB Business Management HL must have completed the SL level.

This course teaches students the process of analyzing big data and discovering new information to support management decision-making in the business world.

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Hisob-kitob

Course: #4044, S1
Course: #4046 , S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Completion of Precalculus

This course is a study of the fundamental topics of differential and integral Calculus.

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Keramika Men

Course: #6026   
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits:
.5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: None

Students will learn techniques for throwing on the wheel and hand building projects. Students will create functional artwork like mugs, vases, bowls, teapots, etc.

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Keramika II

Course: #6028
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit     
Prerequisites: Ceramics I grade B- or better

Ceramics II students learn how to refine their wheel-throwing and hand building skills to create sets of mugs and bowls. Advanced ceramics techniques will be taught.

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Keramika III

Course: #6030
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: Completion of Ceramics II with a B- or better 
This course may be repeated for further study with teacher approval

Ceramics III is for the highly motivated student who will complete personalized research to create a portfolio of work by the end of the course.

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Palatasi Orchestra

Course: #6632, S1
Course: #6634, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-11
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisite: Audition

This course is for students in 10th and 11th grade who are looking for an accelerated music experience, in preparation for the top ensemble – Symphony Orchestra. Students who previously took String Orchestra will be prepared for this course.

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Kimyo

Course: #3012, S1
Course: #3014, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits:.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: C or better in Physical Science or Physical Science Honors

Chemistry is a college preparatory class that teaches students basic chemistry principles and real-world applications of chemistry in society.

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Kimyo Sharaflari

Course: #3016, S1
Course: #3018, S2
Grade(s) offered:10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: A or B in Physical Science Honors; A in general Physical Science or Physics 1. Concurrently enrolled in Higher Algebra or beyond. 

This course is for students who want an in-depth and rigorous approach to learning chemistry, and its connection to the real-world.

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Bola Rivojlanishi

Course: #6314
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None

The Child Development course examines child development from conception to preschool age. Students will also receive experiential learning by observing and interacting with preschoolers at local preschools or within the classroom during Tonka Tykes Preschool. This class will encourage students to discover the main factors that affect human development at an early age. 

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Xitoy kino va madaniyati

Course: #IM140
Grades Offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (one-semester course)
Prerequisites: K-8 enrollment in Chinese Immersion

This course will offer the opportunity for students to further develop their language skills by studying, watching and analyzing films from the Chinese-speaking world.

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MDH o'qituvchilik kasbini o'rganmoqda (VANTAGE)

Course: #V400
Grades Offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 1.0 FACS elective credit

In this class, students explore and respond to the question, “Why teach?” In doing so, they examine their own interests in teaching while taking a close look at the multiple factors (social, historical, political) that shape schools today. Students will complete service learning in elementary classrooms.

Successful completion of this course will also give students University of Minnesota credits through our partnership with their CIS program.

This course is offered as part of the VANTAGE Education track. For details about taking CIS Exploring the Teaching Profession through VANTAGE, visit the VANTAGE page of the Skipper Log. 

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MDH siyosatshunosligi 1001: o'zgaruvchan dunyoda Amerika demokratiyasi (VANTAGE)

Course: #V700
Grade(s) offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 1.0 social studies credit AND 4.0 University of Minnesota credits for the Political Sciences 1001 course

This course is offered as part of the VANTAGE Public Policy track. For details about taking CIS American Democracy in a Changing World through VANTAGE, visit the VANTAGE page of the Skipper Log. 

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Kollej algebrasi - 2022-23 UCHUN YANGI!

Course: #4056, S1
Course: #4058, S2
Grade(s) Offered: 9-12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester)
Students who successfully complete the course with a C- or better and follow the proper steps may be eligible to earn dual credit through a local community college.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra or Honors Higher Algebra

This is a college-level algebra course that emphasizes properties of functions and their graphs. Linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions are covered.

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Xikoyalar I

Course: #6034
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: None

In Comics I, students will learn about combining visual images, text, and culture through cartoon character development and comic creation.

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Komikslar II

Course: #6036  
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit      
Prerequisites: Completion of Comics I with a B- or better

In this class, students will explore more about cartoon and comic design as well as develop a personal style and aesthetic.

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Komikslar III

Course: #6038
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit       
Prerequisites: Completion of Comics II with a B- or better.
Course may be repeated with teacher approval.

Comics III is designed for the highly motivated student wishing to develop a college portfolio, submit work to competitions and exhibits, and/or pursue a career in the visual arts.

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Konsert Guruhi

Course: #6604, S1
Course: #6606, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit 
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Varsity Band or consent of instructor

Students who accept a position in Concert Band commit to a full year of participation. A wide variety of music literature will be studied and performed in a major concert each term. 

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Konsert Xordiq

Course: #6648, S1
Course: #6650, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites: Audition

Course Description:
Students who accept a position in Concert Choir commit to a full year of participation. This is a select choir and placement is by audition. The precepts of advanced musicianship will be stressed in this course.

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Konsert Orchestra

Course: #6620, S1
Course: #6622, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Varsity or String Orchestra, or audition with instructor

Students who accept a position in Concert Orchestra commit to a full year of participation. Throughout the year, students will study a variety of repertoire covering several different musical styles.

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Zamonaviy AQSh tarixi

Course: #2004, S1
Course: #2006, S2
Online Option: #T2004*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T2006*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter 
Grade(s) offered: 10    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Human Geography and Civics; AP Human Geography

This two-semester course will provide a thematic study of persons, events and national developments in U.S. History with a focus on the 20th Century to the present. This course will prepare students for an understanding of the role of the U.S. in the world after WWI.

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Ijodiy Yozuv

Course: #1038
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Any English 11 Course

This course sharpens students’ observations and use of imagery in writing description, characterization, dialogue, satire, memoirs, short stories and poetry.

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Pazandachilik I

Course: #6300
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None

Culinary I is a course for an aspiring chef or a novice in the kitchen, this course will give you the confidence to be successful in the culinary world. Students will cover basic principles of food preparation and nutrition.

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Pazandalik II: xalqaro ovqatlar

Course: #6302
Grade(s) offered: 9-12

Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: Culinary 1

Culinary II is a course that explores connections between what we eat and cultures around us. Explore the historical timeline and geographical influences on the regional cuisine from the United States. Then, "travel" around the globe and learn about a variety of dietary customs, cuisines and cooking methods while preparing a variety of global food items. 

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Dolzarb Salomatlik Mavzulari 9-12

Grade(s) offered: 9-12 (by the completion of senior year)
Credits: .5
Prerequisites: None
This course does not require registration.

Course Description:
This course is intended to introduce students to current topics in health throughout their four years in high school. The instruction will be integrated into the school day.

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Kiberhavfsizlik

Course: #6514
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: none

Cybersecurity introduces the tools and concepts of cybersecurity and encourages students to create solutions that allow people to share computing resources while protecting privacy.

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Raqs B

Course: #6716 
Grade(s) offered: 9 -12    
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit.
Prerequisites: One Fitness A course. 

This course offers students the opportunity to participate and explore the world of dance.

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Darkroom Fotografiya Men

Course: #6002
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: None

Students will be introduced to basics of darkroom photography through exploration of depth of field, stop action motion, landscape, portraiture and final portfolio.

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Darkroom II-Fotografiya

Course: #6004   
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit  
Prerequisites: Completion of Photo I with a B- or better

Students will continue exploration of darkroom photography through more focused skill and portfolio development.

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Darkroom Fotografiya III

Course: #6006
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: Completion of Photo II with a B- or better
This course may be repeated for further study with teacher approval.

Students will continue exploration of darkroom photography through more focused skill, personal expression, and portfolio development.

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Munozara

Course: #1056    
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)    
Prerequisites: None

Course Description:
Students will learn the basic structure and theory of argumentation and debate as they research a variety of topics to be presented in class.

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+ Marketing (FIKR-dizayn )

Course: #V104
Grades Offered: 10-12
Credits: 2.0 (1.0 Arts credit and 1.0 business elective credit)
This course fulfills the Arts credit requirement.
Prerequisites: Interest in marketing and graphic design.

In this course, students will learn all about what it takes to be successful in the design and marketing fields. They will master graphic design software, layout and presentation apps, and produce work for print and online environments. At the same time, students will also learn about marketing principles that influence performance in the marketplace.

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Raqamli Chizmachilik I

Course: #6040   
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit   
Prerequisites: None

Using Photoshop and Wacom drawing tablets as our media students will master several types of drawings.  Students will gain confidence working in a digital platform.

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Raqamli Chizilgan II

Course: #6042
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit   
Prerequisites: Digital Drawing I grade B- or better

In Digital Drawing II, students will focus on more advanced digital drawing techniques, using a conceptual approach to their drawings utilizing the principles of design.

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Raqamli Chizilgan III

Course: #6044 
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit     
Prerequisites: Completion of Digital Drawing II with a B- or better
This course may be repeated for further study with teacher approval.

Digital Drawing III is for highly motivated students who will create a portfolio of work. Students will be creating personalized digital drawings based on their own research and interests.

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Raqamli jurnalistika (VANTAGE)

Course: #V600
Grade(s) offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 2.0 (1.0 required English credit and 1.0 Arts credit)
Prerequisites: Interest in digital media and journalism

Students learn about journalistic video production by working on a variety projects including writing memoirs, public service announcements, promotional videos for outside organizations, and podcasts.

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Raqamli Fotografiya I

Course: #6052
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit       
Prerequisites: 
None

This course will introduce students to digital photography and digital manipulation in Adobe Photoshop as a means for self-expression in art.

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Raqamli Fotografiya II

Course: #6054
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit        
Prerequisites: Completion of Digital Imaging I with a B- or better

Students will learn advanced Photography skills, techniques and theory to strengthen and expand knowledge.  Students will become aware of their personal working methods and style.

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Nogironlik bo'yicha tadqiqotlar* -2022-23 UCHUN YANGI!

Course: #2022
Grade(s) Offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None
*This course does not fulfill your 3.5 credits in Social Studies but may be taken as an elective in addition to your required coursework.

In this class, students will explore how disability, through the lens of neurodiversity, can enrich the world. The course will serve as a multidisciplinary, multisensory and accessible analysis of disability in American culture.

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Chizmachilik I

Course: #6020
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits:
.5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit       
Prerequisites:
None

Drawing I will teach students basic drawing skills to create their own projects through different mediums and compositions. A good class to start creating a portfolio.

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Chizmachilik II

Course: #6022
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits:
.5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: Drawing I grade B- or better

In Drawing II students will continue to grow, further honing their skills and techniques learned in Drawing I. Emphasis will be on research and composition.

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Chizmachilik III

Course: #6024
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)   
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit     
Prerequisites:
Completion of Drawing II with a B- or better
Course may be repeated with teacher approval.

Drawing III is for highly motivated students looking to explore drawing deeper through personalized projects and to create a portfolio.

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Chizmachilik (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T6020, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits:
.5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: None

Tonka Online Drawing will teach students basic drawing skills to create their own projects through different mediums and compositions. Perfect for students needing flexibility.

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EL ingliz 9, 10, 11/12

Course: #7120, GR 9, S1
Course: #7122, GR 9, S2
Course: #7124, GR 10, S1
Course: #7126, GR 10, S2
Course: #7128, GR 11/12, S1
Course: #7130, GR 11/12, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: English is not student’s first language. Qualifying test score on the WIDA Screener or ACCESS for ELs

With a focus on language English development, students will read short stories, novels, plays, nonfiction, and poetry to study various elements of literature. Students will improve their writing and study vocabulary and grammar, including parts of speech, parts of sentences, mechanics and usage.

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EL Ijtimoiy Tadqiqotlar

Course: #7108, EL Civics I
Course: #7110, EL Civics II
Course: #7112, EL Contemporary U.S. History, S1
Course: #7114, EL Contemporary U.S. History, S2
Course: #7116, EL World History I
Course: #7118, EL World History II
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: English is not student’s first language. Qualifying test score on the WIDA Screener or ACCESS for ELs. 

These classes offer students social studies content while building English language skills in the areas of listening, speaking, reading and writing.

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gul bilan kitob

Course: #1000, S1
Course: #1002, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 9
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None

Students will read short stories, novels, plays, nonfiction, and poetry to study various elements of literature. They will improve their writing skills, focusing on well-developed paragraphs and three-part essays.

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Uzbek 09 Ulug'laydi

Course: #1004, S1
Course: #1006, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 9
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None

Students will read a variety of literature, improve their writing skills, study grammar and vocabulary, and focus on critical reading, writing and speaking.

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Uzbek 09 Ulug'laydi Aloqa

Course: #1008 - English Honors 09 Communications, S1
Course: #1010 - English Honors 09 Communications, S2
Course: AP300 - AP Physics 1-9, S1
Course: AP302 - AP Physics 1-9, S2
*Students must register for all four courses
Grade(s) offered:
Credits: .5 (per semester)

This course blends traditional grade 9 language arts curriculum with a technical communications component that includes research writing and presentation skills to support AP Physics I.

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Uzbek 10

Course: #1014, S1    
Course: #1016, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 10
Credits: .5 (per semester)    
Prerequisites: Any English 9 Course

Students will read a survey of American literature from the Colonial period to the present and expanding their writing skills for a variety of purposes and audiences.

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Uzbek 11

Course: #1026, S1
Course: #1028, S2
Online Option: #T1026F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T1028W, part 2, Tonka Online 
Online: Complete part 1 before part 2
Grade(s) offered: 11
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Any English 10 Course

From graphic novels to film to classic literature, students will focus on the individual’s place in society. Student writing will include traditional essays, as well as more creative and exploratory pieces.

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Ingliz 12 QISH

Elective or Required Option 
Course: #1032
Course: #T1032W, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: .5 (per semester)

This survey course is designed to parallel the structure of English 12 FALL using a different set of materials.

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O'qituvchilik kasbi uchun ingliz tili (VANTAGE)

Course: #V400
Grades Offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 1.0 English credit

Successful completion of this course will also give students University of Minnesota credits through our partnership with their CIS program under the Credits.

This course is offered as part of the VANTAGE Education track. For details about taking English for the Teaching Profession through VANTAGE, visit the VANTAGE page of the Skipper Log. 

 

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Tadbirkorlik

Course: #6102   
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None

Entrepreneurship is a hands-on, project-based course that explores business development from ideation to implementation.

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Moda Dizayn

Course: #6306
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Note: This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit
Prerequisites: None
Fashion Design is a hands-on and project-based course. Students will learn the techniques of fashion sketching, mood board creation, draping and applying the elements and principles of design through various projects including a life sized newspaper dress creation.

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Bir Fitness (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T6798*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5
Prerequisites: None. Fees apply if taken as a 7th hour or summer class outside of the student's normal schedule.

Online Fitness creates an opportunity for students to extend their learning around a school-sponsored sport or lifetime fitness activity outside of school.

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Fransuzcha I

Course: #5200, S1
Course: #5202, S2
Online Option: #T5200*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5202*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None

In French 1, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Frantsuz II

Course: #5204, S1
Course: #5206, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: French I 

In French II, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Frantsuz II Ulug'laydi

Course: #5220, S1
Course: #5222, S2
Online Option: #T5424F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T5426W, part 2, Tonka Online
Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: French I    

In French II Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Frantsuz III

Course: #5208, S1
Course: #5210, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)    
Prerequisites: French II or French II Honors with permission from teacher 

In French III, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Frantsuz III Ulug'laydi

Course: #5224, S1
Course: #5226, S2
Online Option: #T5208*, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter 
Online Option: #T5210*, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter 
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: French II Honors or French II with permission from teacher 

In French III Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Frantsuz IV

Course: #5212, S1
Course: #5214, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: French III or French III Honors

In French IV, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Frantsiya V

Course: #5216, S1
Course: #5218, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: French IV

In French V, students will continue to make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Vazifalar, Statistika Va Trigonometriya

Course: #4028, S1
Course: #4030, S2
Online Option: #T4028* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4030* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 
9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra

A bridge between Higher Algebra and Precalculus, builds on algebra foundations and further prepares students for Precalculus or Statistics.

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Geometriya

Course: #4012, S1    
Course:
#4014, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: #3006 Successful completion of Quadratic Algebra or 8th grade Algebra

This course includes all Geometry topics addressed by the Minnesota state math standards and their algebraic connections.

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Geometriya Sharaflar

Course: #4016, S1
Course: #4018, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: B+ or better in Quadratic Algebra or 8th grade Algebra

This course includes all Geometry topics addressed by the Minnesota state math standards including additional depth and application, along with algebraic connections.

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Nemis Men

Course: #5300, S1
Course: #5302, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)    
Prerequisites: No previous experience needed.
    
Students will develop proper German pronunciation along with appropriate listening, reading, writing and speaking skills.

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Nemis III 

Course: #5308, S1
Course: #5310, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: German II or with permission from teacher 

German III is for motivated students who want to achieve a higher level of proficiency in the German language.

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Nemis II 

Course: #5304, S1
Course: #5306, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: German I or with permission from teacher

Students will continue to develop their communication skills in listening, reading, writing and speaking German.

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(FIKR Global Biznes )

Course: #V102
Grade(s) offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 3.0 (1.0 social studies credit, 1.0 required English credit and 1.0 business elective credit)
Prerequisites: Interest in global business, students registering for IB Business Management HL must have completed the SL level

This VANTAGE strand creates an opportunity for students to explore diverse global business concepts through a global lens. Students utilized critical thinking and problem-solving skills to solve complex business problems while tackling challenging coursework in economics, English and business.

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Global Tadqiqotlar va Iqtisodiyot

Course: #2016
Online Option: T2016
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
This course may also be taken as part of VANTAGE #V300 (choose one).
Prerequisites: None    

This course covers economic concepts through the prism of international issues such as: globalization, the rise of China, and the many issues involving the Middle East.

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(FIKR Global Barqarorlik )

Course: #V300
Grades Offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 2.0 (1.0 science elective credit and 1.0 social studies credit)
Prerequisites: Interest in the environment and sustainability. Students must have completed a Biology credit or be concurrently enrolled in Biology (general level Biology, AP Biology or IB Biology SL)

This experiential course meets students at the intersection of science, food, sustainability, and economics. Students work on real projects as they go deep into sustainable practices.

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Grafika San'ati 

Course: #6424
Online Option: #T6424
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: None    

This is an exploratory course open to all students seeking an introductory experience in Graphic Arts.

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Grafik Va Mahsulot Dizayni

Course: #6032
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: None; Suggested Drawing I and II & Intro to Studio Art

Students will learn about graphic and product design using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Real-world application to learning emphasized.

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Sog'liqni saqlash fanlari (VANTAGE)

Course: #V200
Grade(s) offered: 11 or 12
Credits: 2.25 (1.0 social studies credit, 1.0 science elective credit, .25 science elective credit)
Prerequisites: Physical science and algebra; interest in health sciences; chemistry strongly recommended. Students who have already completed Anatomy are NOT eligible for this strand. Contact VANTAGE directly or your counselor for specifics.

Explore a variety of healthcare fields through coursework, site visits, guest instruction and projects. Become certified as a Nursing Assistant Registered or Emergency Medical Responder.

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Sog'liqni Saqlash (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #THLTH1
Grade Offered: 9-12, summer only
Credits: 0.5
Prerequisites: This course is for out-of-district students only.

Recommended Background for Success:
Students who enroll in this course must be motivated throughout the summer months to complete their work, and exhibit strong study skills.

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Oliy Algebra

Course: #4020, S1
Course: #4022, S2
Online Option: #T4020*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4022*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered:
 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Quadratic Algebra & Geometry or teacher recommendation

This course includes topics addressed by the Minnesota math standards for a traditional second year Algebra course. 

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Oliy Algebrani Qadrlash

Course: #4024, S1
Course: #4026, S2
Online Option: #T4024* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4026* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered:
 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: B+ or better in Geometry, B or better in Honors Geometry, or teacher recommendation.

This course includes topics addressed by the Minnesota math standards for a second year Algebra course, and additional topics to prepare students for Precalculus.

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Odam anatomiyasi va fiziologiyasi 1

Course: #3020
Online Option: #T3020,Tonka Online 
This course can also be taken through VANTAGE #V200 (choose one)  
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (one-semester course)
Prerequisites: Physical Science or Physical Science Honors, Chemistry

A course for students interested in how the human body works, including anatomy (body structure) and physiology (body functions).

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IB Ab – frantsuz tayyorgarlik, qayta tayyorgarlik va 

Course: #IB524, Year 1, S1
Course: #IB525, Year 1, S2
Course: #IB526, Year 2, S1
Course: #IB527, Year 2, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: 2 (two-year course)
    .5 (per semester)    
Prerequisites: None

IB Ab Initio is a highly rigorous two-year program. It is designed to give students with little or no prior French language experience IB language acquisition credit.

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IB Ab tayyorgarlik, qayta tayyorgarlik va nemis

Course: #IB534, Year 1, S1
Course: #IB535, Year 1, S2
Course: #IB536, Year 2, S1
Course: #IB537, Year 2, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12  
Credits: 2 (two-year course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None

IB Ab Initio is a highly rigorous two-year program. It is designed to give students with little or no prior German language experience IB language acquisition credit.

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IB Ab tayyorgarlik, qayta tayyorgarlik va ispaniya

Course: #IB544, Year 1, S1
Course: #IB545, Year 1, S2
Course: #IB546, Year 2, S1
Course: #IB547, Year 2, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: 2.0 (two-year course)
    .5 (per semester)

IB Ab Initio is a highly rigorous two-year program. It is designed to give students with little or no prior Spanish language experience IB language acquisition credit.

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IB Biologiya SL & IB Biologiya HL

IB Biology SL & IB Biology HL
SL Course:
#IB300, S1 
SL Course:
#IB302, S2 
HL Course: #IB304, S1
HL Course: #IB306, S2
Grade(s) offered:    11-12    
Credits:  .5 (per semester, two-year course)
Prerequisites: Chemistry or Chemistry Honors for IB Biology SL course; IB Biology SL for IB Biology HL course

IB Biology SL will concentrate on cell biology, biochemistry, DNA and biotechnology, genetics, and evolution.

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IB Biznes Boshqaruvi SL

Course: IB610, S1
Course: IB611, S2
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 1.0 elective credit
Prerequisite: None

This business management course is extremely beneficial for any student and is designed to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of business management theories, as well as their ability to apply a range of tools and techniques. 

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Fan HL IB Kompyuter

Course: #IB652, S1
Course: #IB653, S2
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: .5 (per semester) 
Prerequisites: AP Computer Science A or IB Computer Science SL

This course will allow students to become aware of how computer scientists work and communicate with each other and with other stakeholders in the successful development and implementation of IT solutions.

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Fan SL IB Kompyuter

Course: #IB650, S1
Course: #IB651, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester), 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: C or better in Higher Algebra, Higher Algebra Honors, or Instructor’s permission. 
Preferred
prerequisites: knowledge in programming language such as Java, Python, JavaScript, C++

This course will allow students to become aware of how computer scientists work and communicate with each other and with other stakeholders in the successful development and implementation of IT solutions.

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IB Iqtisodiyot SL

Course: #IB212, S1
Course: #IB214, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 1 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: None

This one-year course covers macroeconomics and microeconomics as well as development and international economics.

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IB frantsuz HL

Course: #IB522, S1
Course: #IB523, S2
Grade(s) offered: 12    
Credits: 1 (year-long course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: IB French SL

IB French HL is the second year of study following SL. Students will continue to study of a variety of topics, including: cultural leisure activities, holidays, festivals, and traditions.

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IB frantsuz SL

Course: #IB520, S1
Course: #IB521, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: 1 (year-long course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: French III Honors

In IB French SL, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures.

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IB nemis HL

Course: #IB532, S1
Course: #IB533, S2
Grade(s) offered: 12    
Credits: 1 (year-long course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: IB German SL

Students will work to comprehend and express sophisticated ideas in both written and oral discourse in the German language.

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IB nemis SL

Course: #IB530, S1
Course: #IB531, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: 1 (year-long course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: German III 

Students in the IB program will work to comprehend and express sophisticated ideas in both written and oral discourse in the German language.

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IB Ispaniya global siyosati

Course: #IM264, S1
Course: #IM265, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: K-10/11 enrollment in Spanish Immersion

*This is a year-long social studies elective course which can be applied to the 12th grade required social studies credit

This course aims to develop international mindedness and an awareness of multiple perspectives while studying contemporary political issues around the world

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IB Tarixi HL

Course: #IB200, Year 1, S1
Course: #IB202, Year 1, S2
Course: #IB204, Year 2, S1
Course: #IB206, Year 2, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: 2.0 (two-year course)    
Prerequisites: AP U.S. History, Contemporary U.S. History, American Studies 10 Honors

This course is a two-year introduction to contemporary world history. The first year of the course begins with units that include the Industrial Revolution in Britain, Europe, and Japan as well as a study of Imperial Russia, revolutions and the emergence of the Soviet State.

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IB Tili va Adabiyoti SL

Course: #IB100, S1
Course: #IB102, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)

Prerequisites: Any English 10 or English 11 course

Students examine how language impacts the world, shapes identity and is used in the media, including newspapers, magazines, the Internet, social networking, mobile telephony, radio, and film.

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IB Tili va adabiyoti SL, til A (Xitoy botish)

Course: #IM116, Year 1, S1
Course: #IM117, Year 1, S2
Course: #IM118, Year 2, S1
Course: #IM119, Year 2, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11 (year 1); 12 (year 2)
Credits: 2.0 (two-year course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Chinese Immersion AP Language and Culture and Chinese Humanities Honors

This two-year course represents a new way of looking at the Chinese language, examining how language develops in specific cultural contexts and how it impacts the world.

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IB Tili va adabiyoti SL, Language A (ispancha botish)

Course: #IM216, Year 1, S1
Course: #IM217, Year 1, S2
Course: #IM218, Year 2, S1
Course: #IM219, Year 2, S2

Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 2.0 (two-year course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Spanish Immersion AP Language and Culture and Hispanic Humanities Honors

This course represents a new way of looking at the Spanish language, examining how language develops in specific cultural contexts and how it impacts the world.

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IB Adabiyoti va Ijro SL

Course: #IB104, S1
Course: #IB106, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)  
This course fulfills the Arts credit requirement.    
Prerequisites: Any English 10 or English 11

In this course, students will experience a unique synthesis of language and theater study and explore the dynamic relationship between the two.

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IB Adabiyoti HL

Course: #IB108 Year 1, S1
Course: #IB110 Year 1, S2
Course: #IB112 Year 2, S1
Course: #IB114 Year 2, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 2 (two-year course), .5 (per semester)    
Prerequisites: Year 1: Any English 10 Course; Year 2: IB Lit HL Year 1

This course encourages students to read literature in a deep, focused, interpretive manner, while also fostering confidence in individual insights and thoughtful reflection.
 

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IB matematik tahlil va yondashuvlar SL yoki hl yil 1

SL Course: #IB400, S1
SL Course: #IB402, S2
HL Course: #IB404, S1
HL Course: #IB406, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Honors Pre-Calculus or a B+ or better in Pre-Calculus. For HL successful completion of SL.

This course is designed for students who enjoy developing their mathematics to become fluent in the construction of mathematical arguments and develop strong skills in mathematical thinking. They will explore real and abstract applications, sometimes with technology.

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IB matematik ilovalar va talqinlar SL yoki hl yil 1

SL Course: #IB408, S1
SL Course: #IB410, S2
HL Course: #IB412, S1
HL Course: #IB414, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of FST or Precalculus. For HL successful completion of SL. 

This course is for students who are interested in developing their mathematics for describing our world, modeling and solving practical problems using the power of technology.

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IB Musiqa SL 

Course: #IB660 S1
Course: #IB661 S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit
Prerequisite: Concurrent registration in Concert Choir, Treble Choir, Wind Ensemble, Concert Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra or Symphony Orchestra. Theory pre-test or AP Music Theory.

This course will examine the major style periods of Western music and explore the diversity of music throughout the world. Comparisons and observations will be made about art, society, and world events as they relate to the music style.

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IB Fizika SL

Course: #IB308, S1
Course: #IB310, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Chemistry 

IB Physics SL is a fast-paced course that covers a broad range of physics concepts including mechanics, waves, electricity, magnetism, energy production, atomic physics, and astrophysics. 

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IB Psixologiya SL

Course: #IB208, S1 
Course: #IB210, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: None

IB psychology examines the interaction of biological, cognitive and sociocultural influences on human behavior.

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IB ispaniya HL

Course: #IB542, S1
Course: #IB543, S2
Grade(s) offered: 12    
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: IB Spanish SL

In Spanish IB HL, students will continue to comprehend and express sophisticated ideas in both written and oral discourse in the Spanish language.

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IB ispaniya SL

Course: #IB540, S1
Course: #IB541, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Spanish III Honors or Spanish 3 with recommendation from instructor

Students in the IB program will work to comprehend and express sophisticated ideas in both written and oral discourse in the target language.

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Bilim IB Nazariyasi

Course: #IB216, S1 (IB Diploma course)
Course: #IB218, S2 (IB Diploma course)
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 1 (year-long course)
    .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: enrollment in full IB Diploma Programme

Theory of Knowledge (TOK) is a course that is about the process of knowing, rather than about learning a specific body of knowledge.

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IB Tasviriy San'at HL

HL Course: #IB602, S1 Year 1
HL Course: #IB603, S2 Year 1
HL Course: #IB604, S1 Year 2
HL Course: #IB605, S2 Year 2    
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 2 credit course, .5 (per semester)
This course completes 2 Arts credits
Prerequisites:  None

Students learn to use several media to create a unique portfolio of work based on research while documenting their process.

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IB Tasviriy San'at SL

SL Course: #IB600, S1 
SL Course: #IB601, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 1 credit course, .5 (per semester)
This course completes 1 Arts credit
Prerequisites: None

Students learn to use several media to create a unique portfolio of work based on research while documenting their process. 

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Mustaqil Yashash

Course: #6312
Online Option: #T6312, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None

Learn strategies for a successful transition to life after high school. Explore areas of money management, insurance, housing, professionalism, and job interviewing skills.

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Ichki Dizayn

Course: #6310
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit
Prerequisites: None

Explore the field of Interior Design and learn how to use space, color and design to create beautiful environments. Projects will include both digital designs and hand drawn designs to plan and decorate rooms and showcase your creative side. 

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Biznesga kirish

Course: #6106 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None

Introduction to business explores the field of business and business organizations including basic ideas of economics, management, production, marketing, finance, and international business.

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Studiya san'atiga kirish

Course: #6000
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit  
Prerequisites: Highly recommended as first art course

Intro to Studio Arts is an introduction to a variety of art experiences and includes experiences in drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, photography, and sculpture.

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Zargarlik I

Course: #6014   
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: None

Jewelry 1 is an introduction to jewelry making. You will learn to cut, shape, solder, and polish metal to create rings and pendants.

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Zargarlik II

Course: #6016  
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: Completion of Jewelry I with a B- or better    

In Jewelry II you will build on the skills learned in Jewelry I. Stone settings and advanced soldering are some of the projects in class.

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Zargarlik III

Course: #6018  
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit   
Prerequisites:
Completion of Jewelry II with a B- or better
This course may be repeated for further study with teacher approval.

Jewelry III is for highly motivated students looking to explore jewelry deeper through personalized projects and to create a portfolio.

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Jurnalistika

Course: #1044
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Any English 11 Course

This course is a survey of journalism and media studies and an introduction to journalistic writing. Students will examine non-fiction pieces to understand the art of storytelling about the everyday world.

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Til San'ati 9 (Ispancha Botish)

Course: #IM200, S1
Course: #IM202, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-10
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Prerequisites: K-8 enrollment in Spanish Immersion OR Teacher approval to join/rejoin immersion (for Heritage Speakers and former immersion students)

This course will explore a variety of topics and prepare students to be successful in the AP Language and Culture course the following year.

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Marketing Men

Course: #6104
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None

Marketing is an interactive, project-based course that focuses on the business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising.

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Uyni ta'mirlashda matematika

Course: #M4056, S1 (math)
Course: #M4058, S2 (math)
Course: #M6456, S1 (renovation)
Course: #M6458, S2 (renovation)
Grade(s) offered: 11, 12
Credits: 2.0 (year-long course, two hours)
Students will be registered for both Home Renovation (technology education course) and Mathematics as part of Mathematics in Home Renovation.
Prerequisites: None

Mathematics in Home Renovation will allow students to experience a hands-on approach to real world mathematical problems in functions, statistics, and geometry. 

*Please note that as of May 2022, the NCAA has not sanctioned this class as NCAA eligible*

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metall

Course: #6444
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit
Prerequisites: None

This sculpture course will emphasize the artistic creation with the technical instruction using metal and other mediums.

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Metall haykal II - 2022-23 YIL UCHUN YANGI!

Course: #6445
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12 
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit
Prerequisites: Completion of Metal Sculpture I with a B- or better.

Course Description:  In this class, students will build upon what they have learned in Metal Sculpture I. Students will work on more advanced projects and refine their artistic design in a visual way. Students will be working in steel and other materials. Emphasis will be on refining their techniques, research and aesthetics. 

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Metallar III Muhandislik

Course: #6440, S1
Course: #6442, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Metals II

Students will experience advanced applications of precision manufacturing using a variety of materials and processes. Students will have the latest precision manufacturing technology available to use. 

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Multivariable Oliy Matematika

Course: #4048, S1
Course: #4050, S2
Grades Offered: 9-12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
Students who successfully complete the course with a C- or better and follow the proper steps may be eligible to earn dual credit through a local community college.
Prerequisites: AP Calculus BC Semester 1 and 2; Passing score of 3, 4 or 5 on the AP BC exam or IB Mathematics AA HL Year 2

This third semester college calculus course includes differential and integral calculus in two or more variables.

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Musiqa Texnologiyasi

Course: #6654
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit     
Prerequisites: Interest in music composition

In this project-based course, students will explore music composition using Digital Audio Workstations, looping software, MIDI and live audio recording.

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Musiqa Nazariyasi I

Course: #6652
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: Interest in music    

Music Theory 1 is a one-term class designed for students who want to develop and increase skills in reading, writing, listening and analyzing music. This class will introduce students to the elements of music such as: melody, harmony, rhythm, form expression, and the texture of sounds.

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E Ochiq-Oydin Tajriba

This course does not fulfill the P.E. requirement.
Course: #6722
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: Completed 1.0 PE requirement

This course is designed to give students the opportunity to learn a variety of outdoor and recreational skills and experience the environment in which we live.

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Binoni I

Course: #6008  
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: Drawing I strongly recommended

Students will be introduced to basics of painting through exploration of acrylics, watercolors, color theory, painting genres, and a variety of painting techniques.

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Bo'yash II

Course: #6010 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: Completion of Painting I with a B- or better

In Painting II more attention is placed on technical excellence and experimenting with different painting mediums. Students are assisted in developing more personalized paintings.

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Bo'yash III

Course: #6012  
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: Completion of Painting II with a B- or better
This course may be repeated for further study with teacher approval.

Painting III is for the highly motivated art student looking to produce a portfolio of work based on personalized research.

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Cho'qqi Ishlash B

Course: #6718
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: One Fitness A course

Peak Performance B is designed to provide students with an opportunity to strength-train using the Pagel Center weight room facility.

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Shaxsiy va oilaviy munosabatlar

Course: #6318
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None

This course will help students develop skills in the area of interpersonal relationships and family life. Students will learn to identify healthy relationships and the strategies used to create and maintain them in all realms of life across the lifespan; including friendships, dating, partnership or marriage, workforce and more. 

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Fizika fanidan

Course: #3028, S1
Course: #3030, S2
Online Option: #T3028*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T3030*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Physical Science or Physical Science Honors

Practical applications are used to explore topics in optics, wave motion, mechanics, energy, and electricity.

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Bosh sahifa ta'mirlash fizika

Course: #M3036, S1
Course: #M3038, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course, two hours) 
Students will be registered for both Home Renovation (technology education course) and Applied Physics (science course) as part of Physics in Home Renovation. Fulfills the Physics science requirement.
Prerequisites: None

This course has not yet been approved for purposes of NCAA Initial Eligibility.

Hands-on course designed to give a working conceptual view of the Trades Industry. Modern Physics/Home Renovation concepts will be taught by incorporating the key principles of physics through the lens of design with a focus on project-based assessments.

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Quvvat va energiya I

Course: #6430
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None

ATVs, dirt bikes, go-karts, lawn mowers, and mini bikes: if you use any of these, then you should be in this course. In the power part of the course, each student completely disassembles and reassembles a a small 4 stroke/cycle school engine while learning the systems that make an engine work.

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Quvvat va energiya II

Course: #6432
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Power and Energy I

The first small engines course provided students with the basics of small 4-stroke/cycle operation, systems trouble-shooting and overhaul.

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Pre-AP Biologiya (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T7204S, summer only
Grade(s) offered: 10-11    
Credits: .5 (summer)
This course completes .5 toward an elective credit. 
Prerequisites: Students should be registered for AP Biology in the fall; optional course for preceding summer.

This course does not count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of science.

Students in this summer course will complete online study and engage in learning activities to prepare for the rigor and pace of Advanced Placement (AP) Biology.

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Pre-AP (Onlayn Tonka oliy Matematika )

Course: #T7206S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5
Prerequisites: Completion of Precalculus

This course does not count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of math.

A half-credit summer online course focused on learning essential introductory calculus skills and concepts. 
 

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Pre-AP Kimyo (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T7202S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (summer only)
This course completes .5 toward an elective credit. 
Prerequisites: Students should be registered for AP Chemistry in the fall; optional course for preceding summer.

This course does not count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of science.

This course includes essential chemistry skills and includes support for the AP Chemistry summer assignment. The overall goal is to provide a pathway for prospective AP Chemistry students to solidify a strong chemistry foundation as they transition to college level coursework.

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Pre-AP Statistika: Vazifalari, Statistika & (Onlayn Tonka Trigonometry )

Course: #T7208S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra or Higher Algebra Honors

This course does count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of math.

A half-credit summer online course focused on reviewing statistical analysis skills in preparation for the AP Statistics course.

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Precalculus

Course: #4032, S1
Course: #4034, S2
Online Option: #T4032* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter, , S=Summer
Online Option: #T4034* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter, , S=Summer
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: B+ or better in Higher Algebra or B or better in Higher Algebra Honors or Functions, Stats & Trig or FST

This course is an advanced study of functions, graphs, and trigonometry intended to prepare students for the study of Calculus.

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Precalculus Ulug'laydi

Course: #4036, S1
Course: #4038, S2
Online Option: #T4036*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4038*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered:
 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: A in Higher Algebra or B+ or better in Higher Algebra Honors

An advanced study of functions, graphs, and trigonometry along with additional pure math topics including: induction, vectors, sequences, parametric, and polar coordinates.

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Precalculus Tayyorgarlik: Vazifalari, Statistika & Trigonometry (Tonka Onlayn)

Course: #T7210S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra or Higher Algebra Honors

This course does count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of math.

A half-credit summer course to prepare students for precalculus after completion of higher algebra.

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Biologiya asoslari

Course: #3040, S1
Course: #3042, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Physical Science, Chemistry is strongly recommended

Principles of Biology examines the relationship of humans as organisms to the physical and biotic environment and some internal systems of humans.

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Kimyo asoslari

Course: #3008, S1
Course: #3010, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Physical Science G or Honors

This course is designed for students to learn the basic principles and real-world applications of chemistry in a simplified college preparatory class.

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Fizika asoslari

Course: #3032, S1
Course: #3034, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 
11-12    
Credits:.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Physical Science, Quadratic Algebra 

Principles of Physics is a year-long course that uses a conceptual understanding of physics to describe, predict, and interact with the world around us.

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Psixologiya*

Course: #2018   
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None
*This course does not fulfill your 3.5 credits in Social Studies but may be taken as an elective in addition to your required coursework.

Psychology is the study of behavior and mental process. Topics include the brain’s influence/control of everyday activity, sleep and dreams, human development, learning and thinking, psychological disorders, relationships, and the influence of social settings on behavior.

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Kapitoliy binosi

Course: #V700
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: 2.0 (1.0 English credit and 1.0 Social Studies credit) and 4.0 University of Minnesota credits
Prerequisites: Interest in how public policy is formulated

This VANTAGE strand creates an opportunity for students to explore the world of public policy formulation through coursework, projects, mentoring, guest instruction, and site visits. Students utilize critical thinking and problem-solving skills to evaluate complex public policy questions while tackling challenging coursework in English and social studies. Through a partnership with the University of Minnesota, students will earn 4.0 credits in the CIS American Democracy in a Changing World course.

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Quadratic Algebra

Course: #4004, S1
Course: #4006, S2
Online Option: #T4004* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4006* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered:
 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: C or better in Algebra of Lines

This course is equivalent to a first year Algebra course plus additional emphasis on quadratic relationships.

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Fan va matematika qo'llab-quvvatlash

Course: #7104, S1
Course: #7106, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: English is not student’s first language. Qualifying test score on the WIDA Screener or ACCESS for ELs.

This class offers students additional instruction and language support in the areas of math and science to help students access the content knowledge while learning English.

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Ilmiy Tadqiqot I

Course: #3100, S1
Course: #3102, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of an AP or IB course in the area of intended research. Student must have achieved a 3 or higher on an AP Exam or a 4 or higher on an IB exam, related to their area of intended research. Note: It is recommended students take all core sciences of Chemistry, Biology and Physics during their four years.

Interest form: Please complete the interest form for Minnetonka Research before you register in Skyward. 

Students will learn the process of, and perform, original scientific research around a scientific topic of interest to them.

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Ilmiy Tadqiqot II

Course: #3104, S1
Course: #3106, S2
Grade(s) offered: 11-12
Credits: .5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Scientific Research #3048 and #3050 and recommendation of a Scientific Research instructor. 

This course provides students who participated in Scientific Research the opportunity to extend their research, develop new pathways and understandings, and apply their learning in new and rigorous contexts.

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Sotsiologiya*

Course: #2020    
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None    
*This course does not fulfill your 3.5 credits in Social Studies but may be taken as an elective in addition to your required coursework.

Sociology is the study of humans and their behavior in groups. Through readings, individual research, speakers, discussions, and audiovisual presentations, students will study culture, change, relationships, socialization, and social organization.

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Ispaniya kino va madaniyati

Course: #IM240
Grades Offered: 9-12 
Credits: .5 (one-semester course)
Prerequisites: K-8 enrollment in Spanish Immersion

This course will offer help students further develop their language skills by studying, watching and analyzing films from the Spanish-speaking world.

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Ispaniya I

Course: #5400, S1
Course: #5402, S2
Online Option: #T5400*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5402*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None    

In Spanish I, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures

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Ispaniya II

Course: #5404, S1
Course: #5406, S2 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Spanish I

In Spanish II, students will add commands and the past tense to their language, and make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Ispaniya II Ulug'laydi

Course: #5420, S1
Course: #5422, S2
Online Option: #T5420F, part 1, Tonka Online 
Online Option: #T5422W, part 2, Tonka Online
Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Spanish I

In Spanish II Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Ispaniya III

Course: #5408, S1
Course: #5410, S2    
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Spanish II or Spanish II Honors

In Spanish 3, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Ispaniya III Ulug'laydi

Course: #5424, S1
Course: #5426, S2
Online Option: #T5424F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T5426W, part 2, Tonka Online
Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 9-12 
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Spanish II Honors

In Spanish III Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures.

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Ispaniya IV

Course: #5412, S1
Course: #5414, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Spanish III or Spanish III Honors

In Spanish IV, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Ispaniya V

Course: #5416, S1
Course: #5418, S2
Online Option: #T5416F, part 1
Online Option: #T5418W, part 2
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2       
Grade(s) offered: 12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Spanish IV or Spanish IV Honors 

In Spanish V, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures.

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Nutq Gibrid

Course: #1040    
Grade(s) offered: 12
Credits: .5 (per semester)    
Prerequisites: Any English 11 Course

Students will refine public speaking skills, practice listening skills, develop logical arguments, study famous speeches and understand the relationship between nonverbal, interpersonal and small group communication.

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Sportga Mos A

Course: #6702
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit. 
Prerequisites: None

The emphasis in Sports Fit A is on sport activities while incorporating cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility concepts.

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Azizbek Turgunov

Course: #4040, S1
Course: #4042, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra (C or better)

This is a course involves guided application of the study of statistics including: experimental design, data analysis, and methods of inference.

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Kuchi Mos A

Course: #6704
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit.    
Prerequisites: None

Strength Fit will provide students the opportunity to learn the most comprehensive progressive resistance exercise methodologies and evidence-based strength training principles.

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String Orchestra

Course: #6628, S1
Course: #6630, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-10
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit
Prerequisite: Audition

Students who accept a position in String Orchestra commit to a full year of participation. Throughout the year, students will study a variety of repertoire covering several different musical styles.

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Simfonik Guruh

Course: #6608, S1
Course: #6610, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit
Prerequisites: Audition

Students who accept a position in Symphonic Band commit to a full year of participation. A variety of music will be studied and performed in a concert each term.

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Symphony Orchestra

Course: #6616, S1
Course: #6618, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites:  Audition

Students who accept a position in Symphony Orchestra commit to a full year of participation. They will work on more advanced repertoire and continue to improve higher-level musical skills including, but not limited to, ear training, music theory, solo/small ensemble performances, and musical interpretation.

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Jamoa va Dual Sport B

Course: #6708
Grade(s) Offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit. 
Prerequisites: One Fitness A course

This curriculum is designed to enhance students’ interest in a variety of lifetime sports and fitness activities.

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Va E jamoasi Dual Sport II

This course does not fulfill the P.E. requirement.
Course: #6710    
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: Completed 1.0 PE requirement

Team and Dual Sports II E is designed for the student who wants to participate in a variety of team sport activities.

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To'qimachilik va amaliy dizayn

Course: #6308
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Note: This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit

Prerequisites: None

Textiles & Applied Design offers individual opportunities for designing and constructing artistic textile projects.  Be creative and learn by doing as you apply the principles and elements of design in your textile projects.

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Teatr San'ati (Inklyuziv)

Course: #1050
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course fulfills the Arts credit requirement.
Prerequisites: none

This course is open to all students, in an intentionally inclusive community, who want to learn more about Theater Arts; including stagecraft, costuming, technical theater, and dramatic arts.

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Teatr I

Course: #1052
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit. 
Prerequisites: None

This course introduces actors to basic acting techniques of the theater, including improvisation, character analysis and development, monologue preparation, and scene preparation.

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Teatr II

Course: #1054
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit. 
Prerequisites: Theater 1 or permission of instructor

This course focuses on advanced acting technique and allows the student to expand on his/her acting skills and expertise.

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Karishma A

Course: #6700
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit.     
Prerequisites: None 

The emphasis in The Mix A is on cardiovascular fitness while incorporating strength, flexibility, and sport concepts.

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Aralashtiramiz B

Course: #6712
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: One Fitness A course

This course offers students an opportunity to participate and enjoy the benefits of fitness- and cardio-based activities.

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Tonka Treble Xori

Course: #6644, S1
Course: #6646, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites: Audition

Students who accept a position in Tonka Treble Choir commit to a full year of participation. This group is open to women in grades 10-12 who are advanced in vocal skill and musicianship.

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Troubadours

Course: #6640, S1
Course: #6642, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites: Voice check with instructor

Students who accept a position in Troubadours (grades 9–12) commit to a full year of participation.

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Integrallashgan Jismoniy Tarbiya

Course: #6720
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit.
Prerequisites: No prerequisite, students need both an A and B Physical Education course to meet graduation requirements. Teacher recommendation needed to enroll.

Application Form: An application form is required before registering for this course; fill it out here.

Unified Physical Education is a unique opportunity for students of varying ability, levels and backgrounds to come together on equal terms through ongoing fitness, sports, leadership and wellness activities.

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Foydalanuvchi tajribasi (UX) dizayn (VANTAGE)

Course: #V500
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: 2.0 (1.0 Arts credit and 1.0 computer science elective credit)
This course fulfills the Arts credit requirement.
Prerequisites: Interest in how applications and websites are designed and developed.

Develop skills in creative problem solving, innovation and human-centered design. Design and develop mobile apps and websites through the VANTAGE experience.

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VANTAGE Education (VANTAGE)

Course: #V400
Grades Offered: 11-12
Credits: 2.0 (1.0 English credit and 1.0 FACS elective credit)

Successful completion of this course will also give students University of Minnesota credits through our partnership with their CIS program. 

Prerequisites: This course is for any student who has ever thought about becoming a teacher. It provides a deep look into the realm of teaching as career exploration.

Students will have the opportunity to spend ample time in classrooms experiencing the everyday reality of teaching. Students will investigate all aspects of the education profession including teaching, paraprofessional roles, and education administration. Students will develop innovative learning activities and try them in classroom settings with primarily preschool and elementary students.

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Varsity Frans

Course: #6600, S1
Course: #6602, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of 8th grade band or consent of instructor

The band curriculum is a full year curriculum. A wide variety of music literatures will be studied and performed in a major concert each term.

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Varsity Orchestra

Course: #6624, S1
Course: #6626, S2
Grade(s) offered: 9
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of 8th grade orchestra or consent of instructor

Students who accept a position in Varsity Orchestra commit to a full year of participation. Throughout the year, students will study a variety of repertoire covering several different musical styles.

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Video O'yin Dizayn

Course: #6508
Online Option: #T6508
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)
Prerequisites: None

In this project-based course, students will develop working computer games using Construct 2. Students are introduced to the fundamental principles of game design and development.

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Video Ishlab Chiqarish Men

Course: #6046
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit       
Prerequisites: None

Students will learn writing, editing, and producing video projects. Projects range from commercials to short films. Focus on Final Cut Pro X and camera shots.

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Video ishlab Chiqarish II

Course: #6048
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits:
.5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit  
Prerequisites: Completion of Video Production I with a B- or better

Students will work on advanced video projects. Projects range from surreal to short films. Focus on Final Cut Pro X and finding individual style.

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Video ishlab Chiqarish III

Course: #6050  
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (semester course) 
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit     
Prerequisites: Completion of Video Production II with a B- or better
This course may be repeated for further study with teacher approval.

Students will produce professional video projects. Focus on Final Cut Pro X and finding an individual style. Students will build a digital portfolio.

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Web-Dizayn

Course: #6506
Online Option: #T6506     
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
Prerequisites: None

Web Design is a one-semester, project-based curriculum that teaches digital communication skills in the context of the professional web design and development process.

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Shamol Ansambli

Course: #6612, S1
Course: #6614, S2
Grade(s) offered: 10-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Completion of both courses fulfills the Arts required credit  
Prerequisites: Audition

Students who accept a position in Wind Ensemble commit to a full year of participation. A variety of music will be studied and performed in a concert each term.

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Yog'ochsozlik

Course: #6446
Grade(s) offered: 9-12
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: None

Students will learn how to safely use woodworking power equipment while initially making teacher-designed projects.

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Jahon Tarixi

Course: #2012, S1
Course: #2014, S2
Online Option: T2012F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option:T2014W, part 2, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: 11    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Contemporary U.S. History; AP U.S. History; American Studies 10 Honors

This course concentrates on the historical and geographic themes of the world from Early Civilizations through the Modern World.

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Yilnoma I

Course: #1046    
Grade(s) offered:
 9-12    
Credits: .5 (per semester)
Prerequisites: Application, interview and teacher recommendations

In Yearbook I, students learn how to gather information for pages, photograph activities and events, conduct interviews, write copy, and design page layouts.

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Yilnomasi II

Course: #1048 
Grade(s) offered: 9-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit. 
Prerequisites: Yearbook I 

Students practice the elements of art and the principles of design as they apply to yearbook production.

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Yoga Bir Mos

Course: #6706
Online Option: #T6706
Grade(s) offered: 9- 12
Credits: .5 (semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit.  
Prerequisites: None    

The emphasis in Yoga Fit is on flexibility fitness while incorporating cardiovascular, strength, and sport concepts.

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