3570 Timpview Dr. Provo, Utah 84604 Phone: (801)221-9720 Fax: (801)224-4210

Realistic – Career Clusters: Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security; Architecture and Construction; Manufacturing

Technical – Realistic – “The Doer”

Realistic

Technical-Realistic people are independent, practical, physically strong. They use their hands/eyes to explore things and achieve. They require physical coordination, strength, agility,  and logic. They enjoy risk, excitement, being outdoors, solving concrete problems, and using tools and machinery. They like to solve problems by doing.

Technical-Realistic people:

Courses for “The Doer”

Art

Printmaking
Basic Film Photography
Digital Photo
Design & Visual Communications
Ceramics I Ceramics II
Sculpture I

Business-and-Computer-Science

Exploring Computer Science
Computer Programming IA
Computer Programming IB, Computer Programming II, Desktop PublishingDigital Media I, Digital Media II
Gaming Development Fundamentals, Mobile Development Fundamentals, TV Broadcasting I, TV Broadcasting II
Video Production 1
Video Production 2, Web Page Design
Advanced Web Page Design

Drama

Theater Technical Crafts

Family-and-Consumer-Sciences

Interior Design I
Interior Design II
Clothing II
Clothing III
Fashion Design
Fashion Strategies
Sports Sewing/Clothing I

Languages of the World

Latinos in Action

Music

Marching Band,  Beginning Percussion /Percussion
Color Guard

P.E.

Fitness for Life
Run Fitness
Life Time Sports
Aerobics
Zumba
Cheerleading
COED Basketball/Volleyball
Weight Training
Athletics
Football Athletic Weight Training
Dance I   /  Dance IIA / Dance IIB / Dance III /Dance Company
Dance and Pop Culture
Drill/Dance Competition Team
Social Dance
Intrm Ballroom Dance
Latin Dance Class
Beginning Ballroom Dance Team / Junior Varsity Ballroom Dance Team / Varsity Ballroom Dance

Science

Earth Systems
Physics with Technology
Physics
AP Physics
Chemistry
CP Chemistry
Concurrent Enrollment Chemistry
Advanced Chemistry
Geology
Astronomy
Biology
Human Biology
AP Biology
CE Bio 1010 (3 hrs) & CE Bio 1015 (1 hr),Biotechnology
Physiology/Health Science II (BS)
Medical Principles and Practices
Medical TerminologyScience Exploratorium

Social_Studies

Law Enforcement, Student Government

Technology

Technical Design 1  / Technical Design 2A / Technical Design 2B
Architectural Design 1  / Architectural Design 2A  /  Architectural Design 2B
Industrial Design  / Engineering Design
Woods I / Woods II – Intermediate Woodworking / Woods Furniture Design  /Wood Turning
Intro to Automotive / Collision Non-Structural & Structural Repair  / Collision Refinish & Painting / Small Air-Cooled Engines M/T
ASE Gen Service Tech (Auto II) / ASE Brakes  / ASE Steering & Suspension  / ASE Electrical/Electronics   / ASE Engine Performance
Metals I – Technical Metals  / Metals II – Technical Metals  / Vocational Welding
Theater Technical Crafts