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FREMONT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSES

Bergan students may take courses at Fremont Senior High if the courses are not always available at Bergan, if space is available in them, and if schedules permit. Registration for the courses (which includes a Parental Application) must be complete by December 1 for the second semester and August 1 for the first semester. The student must take any State or District wide assessments that are applicable to courses enrolled in. Following are examples of these courses. For other options, please see the counselor.

Concepts in Math
Elective
Grades 10, 11, 12
one term {semester}
Prerequisite: Algebra IS or Algebra I
10 Credits

The Concepts in Math course is designed to provide instruction in all of the State of Nebraska and Fremont Public Schools Standards. Some of the standards included in the course will be radical expressions, quadratic functions, geometry, trigonometry, probability and statistics. Exploration of connections to a variety of other subject areas and careers will be used. The concepts learned in this course will provide the student the opportunity to apply the concepts to everyday situations. This course will also focus on sharpening the students' thinking and problem solving skills.

German I
Elective
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
one term {semester}
10 credits

Emphasis is placed upon listening, understanding, reading and speaking German. Basic grammar is covered. A brief overview of the German culture is given through the use of the text and various supplementary materials. Recommended: C or above in English.

Industrial Technology
Elective
Grades 10, 11, 12
one term {semester}
10 credits

This course is designed to give students hands-on experience with the technologies used in today's industrial world and provide an introduction to the skills needed to compete for vocational jobs. This course is recommended as an introductory course for students who have not yet selected a vocational path. Students are required to do technical reading and writing to complete the course.