|School||Location||Class||Description||Semester Offered||Target Participants|
|St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute||Buffalo, NY||Health||General concepts in health; same course work as in-school Health class||Fall 2017||Students|
|St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute||Automotive Engineering||Modern automotive engineering, along with aerospace engineering and marine engineering, is a branch of vehicle engineering, incorporating elements of mechanical, electrical, electronic, software and safety engineering as applied to the design, manufacture and operation of motorcycles, automobiles, buses and trucks. Students in this class will study the current trends from a consumer and designer perspective along with the new government (EPA) restrictions and requirements.||Fall 2017||Students|
|St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute||U.S. Sports History||Sports have played a vital role in American history. They can represent the social, political and economic conditions of the time. Whether its athletes or teams professional sports have impacted United States history and popular culture. This course will examine numerous instances where sports and history collide. It will take a look at how sports influences topics such as race, gender, class, politics, etc.||Fall 2017||Students|
|St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute||Intro to Coding||No experience is needed! This will be a course introducing some basic html/ java while also looking at companies and careers related to computer programming. Coding is not just for “computer people,” it’s a skill that can be used in almost every field today. Learning to code can be the difference maker in helping you land that cool dream job!
If you’re interested please learn with us as we explore the world of coding!
|St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute||Social Justice||This class will teach students about the essence of social justice within the framework of Catholic social teaching, Lasallian values, and sociology.||Spring 2018||Students|
|Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep||San Francisco, CA||AP Art History||AP Art History is a course that develops students’ understanding and knowledge of diverse historical and cultural contexts of architecture, sculpture, painting and other media. Students will examine and critically analyze major forms of artistic expression from the past and present and from a variety of cultures. Visual analysis of art is the primary tool that will be developed but understanding the how and why of how works of art function in context will also be important. This course is designed to prepare students for the AP Art History exam. It is highly recommended that students who enroll in the class have a 3.25 or higher GPA.||2017-2018|