Spring CCV Classes at BHS
From the BHS Counseling Department, November 22, 2022
For 11th and 12th graders and Families:
In addition to the opportunity for students to participate in dual enrollment classes on college campuses, BHS is happy to continue our partnership with Community College of Vermont by offering the following CCV classes in Spring 2023 (semester 2) at BHS during the school day. Students should contact Kate Stein firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, December 7th if they are interested in any of these classes.
American Sign Language II offers students the opportunity to gain intermediate experience in American Sign Language. Emphasis is given to a broader study of cultural behaviors, values and norms to demonstrate respect and understanding of the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture at a higher level. Prerequisite: American Sign Language I. (Blue 4) *Earns World Language 1 credit at BHS.
Intro to Sociology is a survey of the basic issues, concepts, theories, and methods of sociology. Students learn to think critically about the nature of society and social institutions, and the relationship among individuals and groups. Topics will include social organization, socialization and social change, social stratification, class and class conflict, biological sex, gender expression, sexuality, race, ethnicity, age, and ability. (White 1) *Earns 1 elective credit at BHS.
Intro to Criminal Justice provides an overview of the American criminal justice system, tracing its history and development while assessing its strengths and weaknesses. The roles of the agencies that comprise the criminal justice system (representing law enforcement, courts, and corrections) are examined. Students explore career opportunities in the criminal justice system, including positions as a law enforcement officer, court personnel, attorney, paralegal, corrections, justice advocacy, and victim services. (White 2 Tuesdays & Thursdays – no alternating Fridays) *Earns 1 elective credit at BHS.