2022 - 2023 MCPS High School Course Bulletin
The Apprenticeship Maryland Program is based on a partnership among eligible employers, MCPS, students and parents. The program is for students ages 16 and up, and is designed to lead to sustainable employment and further education, based on selected career pathways. The program consists of at least 1 credit of related classroom instruction and a workplace component of at least 450 hours. The workplace component is a paid (at least minimum wage) mentored, on-the-job, work experience with a written student rating/work-based learning plan.
Additional program information can be found at https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/career-readiness/apprenticeship/
|WBL2012A / WBL2012B||Apprenticeship Related Instruction A|
|WBL2009||Apprenticeship WBL 1 DP|
|WBL2010A / WBL2010B||Apprenticeship WBL 2A|
|WBL2011||Apprenticeship WBL 3 DP|
Career Readiness Education Academy (CREA)
The Career Readiness Education Academy (CREA) is an academic and career readiness program for older English language learners (ELLs) in MCPS. Students in CREA have the opportunity to prepare for the GED exam and earn industry certifications in their chosen field of study. Students are referred to CREA if they are at least 18 years old and unlikely to meet graduation requirements before turning 21 and/or if they are interested in pursuing an alternative pathway to a high school diploma via GED preparation. CREA offers both full-day and evening programs at Thomas Edison High School of Technology and Seneca Valley High School. The evening option is offered Monday through Thursday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and the day programs occur during regular school hours. In both programs, students study a career pathway and participate in an ESOL class, math class,
and GED preparation class. Students enroll at their home school, but attend all classes with the CREA program.
These courses are open only to ESOL students enrolled in the CREA program and admission must be determined by the CREA program specialist.
The courses are offered only at Seneca Valley High School and Thomas Edison High School of Technology. Additional information is at www.
|ESL2050||CREA GED Preparation|
|ESL2051||CREA ESOL 1 and 2|
|ESL2016||CREA ESOL 3 and 4|
|ESL2052||CREA Math 1 and 2|
|ESL2053||CREA Math 3 and 4|
|ESL2050||CREA GED Preparation|
|ESL2054||CREA Auto Topics DP|
|ESL2057||CREA FoundConstruction DP|
|ESL2058||CREA Hospitality Tour DP|
|ESL2059||CREA Restaurant Mgmt DP|
College/Career Research and Development (CCRD)
College/Career Research and Development is a two-year program of study that prepares students with academic, technical, and workplace skills
necessary to pursue future education and employment in a career fi eld of their interest, on graduation from high school.
Additional program information can be found at https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/career-readiness/plans/college.aspx.
|NSS2035A / NSS2035B||College Career Research and Development A|
|NSS2034A / NSS2034B||Career Seminar A|
|WBL2008A / WBL2008B||Site Work Based Experience DP A|
Career Education Experiences and Internships
Career experiences are additional programmatic options that provide students with experiential learning opportunities related to their future education and chosen career field. Note: These course options do not satisfy the POS option for graduation.
|WBL2004A / WBL2004B||Internship A|
|WBL2005A / WBL2005B||Internship DP A|
|WBL2006A / WBL2006B||Internship TP A|
|NSS2036A / NSS2036B||Applied Educational Leadership A|
|NSS2037A / NSS2037B||Applied Educational Leadership SSL A|