Elective Course Offerings

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Coronado High School’s Broad Scope of Elective Courses – there is something to fuel the interest, imagination and career/vocational aspirations of every Coronado High School student.  Some electives are not offered every year.  

To view details of course offerings, Click here to see course descriptions

Visual & Creative Arts

Art

Advanced Art

Art Portfolio

AP Studio Art

Ceramics

Advanced Ceramics

Ceramics Portfolio

Digital Media/Arts Foundations

Digital Photography

Advanced Digital Photography 

Artisan Craftsmanship

Woodworking

Advanced Woodworking

Woodworking Portfolio

Mental & Physical Well-being

Dance (PE Credit)

Psychology

AP Psychology

Yoga (PE Credit)

Weight Training (PE Credit)

Basic Life Support/Emergency Response (not offered during the 20/21 school year)

Sports Medicine

Advanced Sports Medicine

Anatomy and Physiology (CTE - Patient Care - course is not Science credit) 

Performing Arts

Drama (not offered during 20/21 school year)

Dance

Band

Choir (not offered during 20/21 school year)

AP Music Theory

Electronic Music

Computer Science

AP Computer Science Principles

AP Computer Science A/Java (highly advanced programming)

Specialized Programs

Broadcasting 

Yearbook

Creative Writing

Stagecraft

Naval Science 1, 2, 3 & 4

Science Courses and Prerequisites and Secondary Math Courses

Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathways and Courses

 Dual Enrollment - Elective College Classes through Southwestern College on the CHS Campus

                                     

Dual enrollment lets you earn college credit for college courses completed while you’re still in high school – and those courses also count toward your high school diploma. Dual Enrollment courses are offered to 10th-12th grades students through Southwestern College(SWC) and are held on the CHS campus. The courses are taught by a SWC professor, where the student earns college credit that meets college entrance requirements for most UC and CSU schools. Each course is worth 10 CHS elective credits that meets graduation requirements as well. 

All courses attempted and the units earned will be recorded on the student's permanent record for future use toward college graduation requirements. Dual enrollment requires students to apply to SWC and complete the complex registration process. All courses are treated as such as the student is enrolled in college with all communication being between the student and professor. These courses are a great opportunity for students to get college credit and experience. 

Dual Enrollment Guidelines for 2021-2022

  • Student must be in 10th-12th grades 
  • Recommended minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Overall history of good attendance
  • Student displays self-discipline and motivation 
  • No past history of withdrawing or dropping a Dual Enrollment course 
  • Student must meet the registration requirements and deadline or their spot will be filled and they will need to enroll in a CHS course

Dual Enrollment at Coronado High School Presentation

Dual Enrollment Courses Offered 2021-2022 (scroll to dual enrollment) 

Southwestern College Dual Enrollment Program

Stay Tuned for Additional Information on How to Complete the Registration Process for the 2021-2022 school year