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CTE logo created by a Hanover High School student
in 3D Drafting
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3D Drafting Accounting I/II Advanced Placement
Computer Science Applied Horticulture
Sciences Architectural Drawing Automotive
Diagnosis Automotive Electronics
Electricity Automotive Systems Automotive
Technology I/II/III Basic Technical
Drawing Building Trades I/II/II Business
Law Business Management Computer Electronics
I/II Computer Service Repair Cosmetology
I/II/III Culinary Arts I/II/III Electronics I,
II, III, IV Emerging Mechanical
Technologies Engineering Drawing Entrepreneurship
Floriculture
Home Technology Integration Industrial Technology
I/II/III Intermediate Programming in
C Introduction to Engineering Engineering
Methods Introduction to Programming I/II using
Visual Basic Manufacturing I/II Marketing
Advanced Marketing Mechanical Fundamentals
Technical Systems Nail Technician I/II Networking
I/II Plant Production Management Power
Systems Principles of Business Marketing /
Advanced Principles of Landscaping
Contracting Marketing Programming in JAVA Small
Engine Technology I/II Sports Entertainment
Marketing Management Turf Establishment
Maintenance / Advanced Turfgrass
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3D Drafting
Three-Dimensional Drafting Course No. PA23 State
Course Code 8435 Year - 1 Weighted
Credit Prerequisite PA21 Architectural Drawing
OR PA22 Engineering Drawing This course requires
an understanding of drafting and AutoCAD
software. The ability to create three-dimensional
drawings that illustrate the relationship of
mechanical components or that provides a
realistic view of all parts of a structure.
Students will be introduced to the
three-dimensional capabilities of AutoCAD and
other software modeling software.
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Accounting I/II
Accounting I - Grades 10, 11, and 12 Course No.
PA13 State Course Code 6320 Year - 1
Credit Accounting I is a study of the methods and
systems of preparing and maintaining financial
records. Emphasis is placed on the necessity for
accuracy in recording transactions in business
operations. Areas studied include bookkeeping
cycle, business journals, ledgers, financial
statements, payroll records, and types of
businesses.
Accounting II - Grades 11 and 12 Course No. PA14
State Course Code 6321 Year - 1 Credit OR 2
Credits with Co-op (PA14C SCC 6799) Prerequisites
Keyboarding/Computer Applications or Computer
Applications (Year) and Accounting I This course
is designed to use microcomputers to automate,
analyze, and interpret business applications
including payroll, inventory, accounts payable,
and accounts receivable. Management of financial
records through various business activities,
partnership and corporate accounting, general
ledger, and cost accounting are also included.
Eleventh and twelfth grade students taking this
course may participate in Cooperative Office
Education. An application and a job directly
related to business education must be approved by
the C.O.E. coordinator before acceptance into the
Cooperative Education Program.
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AP Computer Science
Advanced Placement Computer Science A - Grades
10, 11 and 12 Course No. M283 State Course Code
3185 Year - 1 Weighted Credit Prerequisites
Intermediate Programming or both semesters
of Introduction to Programming and Algebra
II This course is designed for students who are
serious about programming. JAVA requires a good
mathematical background and good problem solving
skills. Topics include simple, user defined and
structured data types, algorithm development,
decisions and loops, arrays, structures and
files, recursion, searches and sorts, data
abstraction, and an introduction to classes.
Students are encouraged to take the Advanced
Placement Examination administered by the College
Board and may receive college credit for
satisfactory scores. For students who request
reimbursement at the time of application and
score 2 or above on the AP exam, the school
district will reimburse the exam fee.
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Applied Horticulture
Applied Horticultural Sciences - Grades 9, 10, 11
and 12 Course No. PA70 State Course Code
8034 Year - 1 Credit Students learn the
fundamental skills required for all other courses
in the horticulture program. Course includes the
study of major cultural and environmental uses of
plants, landscaping, gardening, propagating,
cultivation of indoor plants, and greenhouse
management. Cooperative education is not
available with this class.
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Architectural Drawing
Architectural Drawing - Grades 11 and 12 Course
No. PA21 State Course Code 8437 Year - 1
Credit Prerequisite Technical Drawing and
Design An advanced drafting class based on
residential design and construction. Each student
designs a home, based on a study of proper design
and construction practices. This serves as the
basis for drawing a complete and detailed set of
house plans. A properly drawn set of plans could
be used in constructing the house. Students are
also required to complete a scale model of the
house with landscaping. All drawings are larger
and more complex than those in TDD and require
students to display greater skill and independent
thought than in TDD. A large portion of all of
the work will be done on the CAD system. This
class would be helpful for students planning a
career in architecture, home construction or
related drafting.
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Automotive Diagnosis
Automotive Diagnosis - Grades 11 - 12 Course No.
HN112A State Course Code 8508 Year - 1 Weighted
Credit (Dual Enrollment, 7 semester credit hours
for AUT126 and AUT165) Students who complete this
course can earn dual enrollment credit from J.
Sergeant Reynolds Community College in addition
to high school credit. Students will study
automobile ignition and fuel systems used on
modern automobile engines. Students will use this
theory along with modern diagnostic equipment to
diagnose malfunctions. The course will prepare
students for A.S.E. certification.
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
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Automotive Electronics
Automotive Electronics and Electricity - Grades
11 - 12 Course No. HN111A State Course Code
8507 Year - 1 Weighted Credit (Dual Enrollment, 6
semester credit hours for AUT241 and
AUT242) Students who complete this course can
earn dual enrollment credit from J. Sargeant
Reynolds Community College in addition to high
school credit. Students will learn theory and
function of electricity and use the concepts to
diagnose the electronic systems used in todays
automobiles. Students will use technology to
practice troubleshooting and to perform
assessment tasks. The course will prepare
students for A.S.E. certification.
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
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Automotive Systems
Automotive Systems - Grades 11 - 12 Course No.
HN110A State Course Code 8506 Year - 1 Weighted
Credit (Dual Enrollment, 7 semester credit hours
for AUT101 and AUT111) Students who complete this
course can earn dual enrollment credit from J.
Sargeant Reynolds Community College in addition
to high school credit. Students will learn theory
and function of the fundamental systems of the
automobile. Topics include fuel, exhaust,
electric, ignition, lubrication, cooling,
transmission, steering, brake and suspension
systems. Students will use technology to practice
troubleshooting and to perform assessment tasks.
The course will prepare students for A.S.E.
certification.
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
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Automotive Technology I/II/III
Offered only at The Hanover Center for Trades and
Technology transportation is provided
Automotive Technology I - Grade 10 Course No.
TS100 State Course Code 8506 Year - 2
Credits This is the first course in a series of
three which form an ASE certified program in
automotive service technology. Standards and the
certification process are managed by the National
Automotive Technicians Education Foundation
(NATEF). The ASE certification requires mastery
in at least four automotive areas including
electrical/electronic systems, engine
performance, brakes, suspension and steering. In
this course students will begin to learn the
skills for diagnosing and repairing major
components of the automotive engine.
Automotive Technology II - Grade 11 Course No.
TS101 State Course Code 8507 Year - 2
Credits Prerequisite TS100 In this second course
of automotive service technology students will
continue their study of major automotive systems
and will master diagnostic and repair skills for
components including but not limited to the
lubrication and cooling system, the brake system,
and general engine tune-up. Students will
diagnose and repair elements of the general
electrical system and will build upon skills and
knowledge mastered in automotive technology
courses taken previously.
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Basic Technical Drawing
Technical Drawing and Design - Grades 9, 10, 11,
and 12 Course No. PA20 State Course Code
8435 Year - 1 Credit Technical Drawing and Design
(TDD) is the first course in the drafting
program. During the year students will develop
skills and techniques used in the drafting
industry. Such skills include hand drafting
practices of lettering, line work and measuring
skills. Approximately 50 of the time will be
spent learning Computer-Aided-Drafting (CAD)
skills, which is becoming the industry standard.
This is the practice of using a computer and
software to produce a drawing which is
plotted-out to produce a hard copy drawing.
Both practices require visualization of objects
in two and three dimensions. This is an excellent
class for students planning a career in
architecture, engineering or drafting. The class
requires a great deal of precise and detailed
work, along with a knowledge of basic math.
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Offered only at The Hanover Center for Trades and
Technology transportation is provided
Building Trades I/II/III
Building Trades II - Grade 11 Course No. TS104
State Course Code 8516 Year - 2
Credits Prerequisite TS103 In this course
students will continue their study and mastery of
skills for the home construction industry. They
will develop competency in wiring and
interpreting the National Electrical Code (NEC)
Book that specifies requirements for electrical
installation. Also, students will learn plumbing
skills including measurement and calculation for
fitting pipes cutting and joining various types
of pipes and tubing roughing in a drainage,
waste, and vent (DWW) assembly of PVC/ABS
installing a water distribution system and
roughing in water supply for fixtures in a
bathroom, kitchen, and laundry room.
Building Trades I - Grade 10 Course No. TS103
State Course Code 8515 Year - 2 Credits The
sequence of three courses in building trades will
offer students interested in architecture and
construction opportunities to master skills
needed in the home construction industry.
Carpentry, electricity, plumbing, and
concrete/masonry are the areas of instruction in
which students will learn necessary information
and will develop skills. This first course
features topics including, but not limited to,
safety standards, hand and power tools,
determining materials from a blueprint,
estimating labor and material costs, framing a
floor, wall, ceiling and roof, and applying
electrical theory in construction.
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Business Law
Business Law - Grades 10, 11, and 12 Course No.
PA11 State Course Code 6132 Semester - 1/2
Credit In Business Law, students gain knowledge
of legal principles pertaining to business
activities. Students will acquire an
understanding of law as it applies to daily
living and a working knowledge of the legal
system for consumers. NOTE Student should pair
this course (PA11) with another semester course.
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Business Management
Business Management - Grades 10, 11, and
12 Course No. PA12 State Course Code
6136 Semester - 1/2 Credit In Business
Management, students review the social and
economic environments of national and
international business. Students study the
relationship of economic risk, inflation and
monetary policies, and business. Business
ownership, finance, and communication also are
studied. NOTE Student should pair this course
(PA12) with another semester course.
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Computer Electronics I/II
Computer Electronics II - Grades 10 - 12 Course
No. HN201C State Course Code 6651 Year - 1
Weighted Credit Prerequisite Algebra I and
Computer Electronics I The second course in
Computer Electronics provides students with
instruction in two more areas of IT - software
development and applications, plus
communications. Software developers or
programmers create software for stand-alone,
networked, and internet-based computers. This
course gives students a comprehensive overview of
this important area which involves the analysis,
design, development, test and maintenance of
these applications. Software developers must have
effective communication skills to succeed in
their roles which often require them to
participate in organizational design meetings to
evaluate the projects software requirements, and
to determine the best solution. In addition,
software developers must document their work
clearly to ensure that others can follow their
directions or duplicate the process.
Computer Electronics I - Grades 9 - 11 Course No.
HN200C State Course Code 6650 Year - 1 Weighted
Credit Prerequisite Algebra I The sequence of
two courses, Computer Electronics I and Computer
Electronics II, provides students with a strong
foundation in Information Technology (IT) which
can prepare them for advanced studies and IT
industry certification. All students will enhance
their future success through understanding
information technology and developing skills in
using computers to access, manage, analyze, and
distribute information. Students will use online
learning systems and interactive multimedia to
complete the curriculum in this course. In
addition, students work in teams to complete an
interdisciplinary project which requires them to
develop an e-commerce website for a fictional
company.
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
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Computer Service Repair
Computer Systems Technology Service and Repair
- Grades 10 - 12 Course No. HN300C State Course
Code 8622 Year - 1 Weighted Credit Students
enter the world of computer technology and gain
practical experience in assembling a computer
system, installing an operating system,
troubleshooting computers and peripherals, and
using system tools and diagnostic software. They
develop skills in computer networking and
resource sharing. In addition, students explore
the relationships between internal and external
computer components. Emphasis is placed on
customer service skills and career exploration.
Upon successful completion of the course,
students may qualify to take the A certification
exam.
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
Industry Certifications This course may assist
the student in preparing for the following
certification examinations, national assessments,
or licensure examinations approved by the
Virginia Board of Education A Certification,
2006 Objectives (CompTIA) Computer Repair
Technology Assessment (NOCTI) Brainbench
Technical Support Certifications (Brainbench)
Brainbench Systems Administration Certifications
(Brainbench) Certified Computer Service
Technician-CST, (ETA) Fundamentals of Wireless
LANs Examination (Cisco Systems) Computer
Networking Fundamentals Assessment (NOCTI) IT
Essentials 1 Examination-PC Hardware and Software
(Cisco) Virginia Workplace Readiness Assessment
(NOCTI) and IC3 Certification (Certiport)
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Offered only at The Hanover Center for Trades and
Technology transportation is provided
Cosmetology I/II/III
Cosmetology I - Grade 10 Course No. TS109 State
Course Code 8527 Year - 2 Credits Cosmetology is
the study of hair and skin and their related
care. The career area of personal services is one
of the fastest growing sectors of the American
economy thus the demand for cosmetologists and
hair stylists provides students interested in
these careers quick entry provided they have
entrance level qualifications. Public schools
have the option to offer an instructional program
of 1050 hours in cosmetology through which
students can master the skills necessary to gain
certification. After completing the 1050 hours
(grades 10-12), students can qualify to take the
licensure exam given by the Virginia Board of
Cosmetology. In this first course in cosmetology
students will learn necessary skills in safety
sanitation disease control facilities and
equipment professionalism and ethics shampooing
and cutting hair.
Cosmetology II - Grade 11 Course No. TS110 State
Course Code 8528 Year - 2 Credits Prerequisite
TS109 In the second course in the sequence of
cosmetology courses students will develop
advanced skills in analyzing clients hair
conditioning hair conducting consultations with
clients applying various haircutting techniques
styling hair in a variety of techniques
performing chemical relaxing, soft-curl
permanent, and hair coloring treatments caring
for skin applying and styling artificial hair
and managing the salon. Students will work on
clients during this course.
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Culinary Arts I/II/III
Offered only at The Hanover Center for Trades and
Technology transportation is provided
Culinary Arts I - Grade 10 Course No. TS117 State
Course Code 8521 Year - 2 Credits In this course
students will have an introduction to several
aspects of food preparation and service within
the context of the hospitality industry. The
three-course sequence will prepare students not
only for entry-level skills, but also for
continuing their studies in a post secondary
program to become a chef. Students will learn
aspects of sanitation and safety in this course,
including the ability to identify microorganisms
related to food spoilage and food borne
illnesses to recognize signs of food spoilage
and contamination to describe symptoms of food
borne illnesses to recognize and manage safety
features of equipment to use cleaners and
sanitizers properly with knowledge of regulatory
requirements and to apply proper emergency
procedures. Students will learn and will apply
nutritional principles such as the six food
groups, nutrients provided by each and functions
of nutrients process of human digestion food
allergies and dietary allowances and caloric
content of foods. Students also will begin
developing skills in food preparation techniques.
Students will use math and reading skills
continuously as they deal with recipes, manuals,
costs, and inventory management.
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Electronics (I, II, III IV)
Electronics Level I - Grades 9 - 12 Course No.
HN101E State Course Code 8416 Year - 1 Weighted
Credit Prerequisite Algebra I This course
provides comprehensive, hands-on instruction in
the terminology, principles, and applications of
DC circuits, AC circuits, and magnetism/electromag
netism. Working with instructional technology,
students will isolate, identify, and test a
series of circuits and they will perform
troubleshooting exercises to demonstrate mastery
of course objectives.
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
Electronics Level II, III IV - Grades 10 -
12 Continuation of Electronics sequence based
on principles learned the previous year Each
class is a Year long - 1 Weighted Credit
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Engineering Drawing
Engineering Drawing - Grades 10, 11, and
12 Course No. PA22 State Course Code 8436 Year -
1 Credit Prerequisite Technical Drawing and
Design Engineering Drawing is an advanced
drafting class that emphasizes the use of
drafting in engineering and manufacturing.
Projects are of larger scale and greater
complexity than in basic technical drawing.
Students are expected to display a greater skill
and knowledge than in TDD. Model construction
related to the drawing projects will also be used
in the class. Projects may include toy design,
bridge design and construction and industrial
illustration. There will also be an
outside-of-class project. Students will do a
large part of all of the work on the
Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) system. This class
will be useful in developing skills for students
planning a career in engineering or extensive use
of drafting.
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Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship - Grades 11 and 12 Course No.
PA50 State Course Code 9094 Year - 1 Credit OR
2 credits with Co-op (PA50C SCC 9094) Students
who plan to own or operate a business, or to have
careers in business management, sales, or
marketing will acquire necessary skills and
knowledge in this course. Topics include the
following attributes and behaviors of
entrepreneurs financial requirements and
strategies marketing plan operation plan
research Recommended third course in all
Technical Education Sequences.
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Floriculture
Floriculture - Grades 10, 11 and 12 Course No.
PA73 State Course Code 8038 Year - 1 Credit OR 2
Credits with Co-op (PA73C SCC 8099) Prerequisite
Applied Horticultural Science This course
concentrates on one primary field of
horticulturethe production of floral crops,
floral design, and floral product marketing. The
focus is on the development of skills in
greenhouse production, flower arranging, and
marketing. The optional cooperative education
program requires a minimum of fifteen hours per
week in a floriculture or horticulture job.
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Home Technology Integration
Home Technology Integration - Grades 11 -
12 Course No. HN305 State Course Code 6651 Year
- 1 Weighted Credit Increasing complexity and
interconnection between home systems including
HVAC, entertainment, voice, and alarm has created
the need for a new kind of specialist, the Home
Technology Integrator. Course covers home low
voltage wiring including telecommunications,
computer networking, video/audio security/
surveillance and automation. The installer will
have the skills required to interface homes with
current technologies and outside networks.
Industry Certifications This course may assist
the student in preparing for the following
certification examinations, national assessments,
or licensure examinations approved by the
Virginia Board of Education IC3
Certification-applies to 36-week course only
(Certiport) A Certification, 2006 Objectives
(CompTIA) Microsoft Office Specialist, MOS
(Microsoft) Brainbench Systems Administration
Certifications (Brainbench) Certified Novell
Administrator, CNA (Novell) Microsoft Certified
Professional (Microsoft) Fundamentals of
Wireless LANs Examination (Cisco Systems) IT
Essentials 1 Examination-PC Hardware and Software
(Cisco) IT Essentials 2 Examination-Network
Operating Systems (Cisco) Brainbench Technical
Support Certifications (Brainbench) Certified
Internet Webmaster Associate Certification
(Prosoft) Computer Networking Fundamentals
Assessment (NOCTI) Network Certification
(CompTIA) Computer Repair Technology Assessment
(NOCTI) UNIX Examination (Cisco Systems)
Brainbench Network Administration Certifications
(Brainbench) Virginia Workplace Readiness
Assessment (NOCTI) and IC3 Certification
(Certiport)
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
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Industrial Technology I/II/III
Offered only at The Hanover Center for Trades and
Technology transportation is provided
Industrial Technology I Course No. TS114 State
Course Code 8575 Year - 2 Credits The three
courses in Industrial Technology focus on the
adjustment, maintenance, parts replacement, and
repair of tools, equipment, and machines used in
industry. Please note that STRONG MATH SKILLS are
required in these two courses because metal
fabrication and welding are key skills in many of
the students tasks. Fractions, algebraic
equations, decimals, and metric measurements are
a few of the types of math skills students will
apply constantly as they perform precision
machining with computerized lathes and milling
machines. Reading skills also will be a key
factor for students success in these courses
because they will use highly technical manuals
and must read schematics, diagrams, and technical
drawings to complete their assignments. Students
will learn and apply highly technical skills in
mechanical systems, industrial electricity,
hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and others
relevant to welding and milling operations. Good
vision and good eye-hand coordination are
necessary to perform the tasks in the industrial
technology courses.
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Intro to Engineering
Introduction to Engineering and Engineering
Methods - Grades 9 - 12 Course No. HN400 State
Course Code 8490 Year - 1 Weighted
Credit Prerequisite Algebra I This course
provides a pre-engineering curriculum in which
students will learn essential knowledge for
several different types of engineering. The
pre-engineering laboratory classroom contains
computers and software for students to work in
teams to master content in the background of
engineering, explore career opportunities for
engineers, and begin to apply math and science
skills to solve complex, real-world problems in
mechanical, aerospace, materials, civil,
environmental, chemical, industrial, and
electrical engineering.
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
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Intro to Programming I/II Using Visual Basic
Introduction to Programming II Using Visual Basic
- Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 Course No. M282 State
Course Code 3184 Semester - 1/2
Credit Prerequisites Algebra I This is the
continuation of Introduction to Programming I.
Topics include manipulations of string data,
operations on one- and multi-dimensional arrays,
sequential and random access files,
the understanding of various search and sort
algorithms, and continuing the study of Visual
Basic components. Students further
their knowledge and skills in software
development and learn to create and revise large
programs. NOTE Student should pair this course
with another semester course. Upon successful
completion of both M281 and M282, the student may
elect to use the credit (2 semesters 1 credit)
to satisfy the graduation requirement for
mathematics.
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Intermediate Programming in C
Intermediate Programming in C - Grades 9, 10,
11 and 12 Course No. M286 State Course Code
3184 Year - 1 Credit Prerequisites Both
semesters Introduction to Programming Corequisite
Algebra II This course may serve as an
introductory programming class in lieu of BASIC,
if recommended by teacher. Intermediate
Programming in C is the prerequisite for AP
Computer Science. This course is designed for
students who are serious about programming.
Intermediate Programming in C requires a good
mathematical background and good problem solving
skills. Topics include simple, user defined and
structured data types, algorithm development,
decisions and loops, arrays, structures and
files, recursion, searches and sorts, objects as
well as graphic applications.
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Manufacturing I/II
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
Automated Manufacturing I - Grades 9 - 11 Course
No. HN120M State Course Code 8425 Year - 1
Weighted Credit Prerequisite Algebra I This
sequence of two courses in Automated
Manufacturing prepares students for college
and/or careers in manufacturing. The two courses
utilize multimedia and provide comprehensive
hands on activities in the following content
areas (please see below)
Automated Manufacturing II - Grades 10 -
12 Course No. HN121M State Course Code 8427 Year
- 1 Weighted Credit (Prerequisite Automated
Manufacturing I and Algebra I) Students who
complete Automated Manufacturing I have mastered
Level I curriculum will broaden their knowledge
of the eight main subject areas studied,
concentrating on impacts and issues concerning
manufacturing. Students will also create a
fictitious manufacturing company and develop a
product from design to sale, showing that the
student has learned all the content area of
manufacturing. the content areas include (please
see below)
Design Industrial Electronics Mechanical
Systems Automation and Material Handling
Manufacturing Process Quality Control
Material Processing Packaging
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Marketing Advanced Marketing
Marketing - Grades 10 and 11 Course No. PA46
State Course Code 8120 Year - 1 Credit OR 2
Credits with Co-op (PA46C SCC 8120) Prerequisite
Principles of Business and Marketing meeting
prerequisite makes Co-op optional This course
introduces the various skills required for job
entry and success in marketing related
occupations. Topics in the class include selling,
advertising, visual merchandising, stock
keeping, marketing, mathematics, and
product/service technology. Students may
participate in marketing cooperative education.
The marketing coordinator must approve a job
directly related to marketing industry before
students can be accepted into marketing
cooperative program.
Advanced Marketing - Grades 11 and 12 Course No.
PA47 State Course Code 8130 Year - 1 Credit OR 2
Credits with Co-op (PA47C SCC 8130) Prerequisite
General Marketing Students in the class refine
skills in many of the marketing skill sets
studied in General Marketing. Sales promotion,
market research, and management are also studied.
This course is recommended for students
interested in careers or further education in
retail marketing. Students combine classroom
instruction with marketing work experience.
Students must have a job in the marketing
industry that is approved by the instructor
before participating in this class.
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Mechanical Fundamentals Tech Systems
Mechanical Fundamentals and Technical Systems -
Grades 9, 10 and 11 Course No. PA65 State Course
Code 8016 Year - 1 Credit This course introduces
a variety of metal and mechanical related skills.
Technical skills taught include gas and arc
welding, working with metals, and small engine
servicing. Technical systems such as electrical
systems are introduced. Course content includes
leadership skills, FFA and career opportunities.
Class is a combination of classroom study and
practical application. This course is a
prerequisite for Power Systems and Emerging
Mechanical Technologies.
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Nail Technician I/II
Offered only at The Hanover Center for Trades and
Technology transportation is provided
Nail Technician I - Grade 11 Course No. TS112
State Course Code 8692 Year - 2 Credits High
customer demand for personal services provided by
nail technicians, specialists, and manicurists
makes this career area one in which the
employment potential of qualified (licensed)
persons very positive. To work in Virginia as a
nail technician, however, requires a person to
hold a license which is earned by passing the
Virginia licensing exam. Completion of 540 hours
of instruction is necessary to prepare for this
examination. The two courses offered in the
trades school will offer students the opportunity
to meet this standard for instructional time. In
the first course students will learn practical
skills necessary to work as a nail technician,
including, but not limited to, the following
areas sanitation and safety compliance with
OSHA and EPA guidelines interpreting MSDS
sheets first-aid procedures workplace
professionalism and ethics chemical products,
reactions and regulations health and science of
nail technology.
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Networking I/II
Computer Networking and Hardware Operations I
- Grades 10 - 12 Course No. HN301C State Course
Code 6650 Year - 1 Weighted Credit According to
International Data Corporation by the year 2003
the world will experience a shortage of more than
1.45 million networking professionals. Students
interested in careers in networking and/or
college programs with this Information Technology
(IT) emphasis will benefit from two networking
courses available at Hanover High School. The
two-course sequence of Computer Networking and
Hardware Operations I and II will provide
students the knowledge and skills necessary to
design, build, and maintain small and medium-
sized networks as outlined in the CISCO
curriculum. Students who complete successfully
the 280 hours of instruction may be eligible to
earn CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA(tm))
certification in Routing and Switching. Future
computer engineers and technicians in network
routing and switching technology must begin their
careers by learning and demonstrating proficiency
in the objectives of this first year (I) course.
Industry Certifications This course may assist
the student in preparing for the following
certification examinations, national assessments,
or licensure examinations approved by the
Virginia Board of Education A Certification,
2006 Objectives (CompTIA) Brainbench Technical
Support Certifications (Brainbench) Brainbench
Systems Administration Certifications
(Brainbench) Brainbench Network Administration
Certifications (Brainbench) Fundamentals of
Wireless LANs Examination (Cisco Systems)
Certified Internet Webmaster Associate
Certification (Prosoft) Computer Networking
Fundamentals Assessment (NOCTI) Computer Repair
Technology Assessment (NOCTI) Microsoft Office
Specialist, MOS (Microsoft) Microsoft Certified
Professional (Microsoft) UNIX Examination (Cisco
Systems) Linux Certification (CompTIA)
Certified Novell Administrator, CNA (Novell)
IC3 Certification-applies to 36-week course only
(Certiport) Virginia Workplace Readiness
Assessment (NOCTI) and IC3 Certification
(Certiport) IT Essentials 1 Examination-PC
Hardware and Software (Cisco) IT Essentials 2
Examination-Network Operating Systems (Cisco)
Network Certification (CompTIA)
Offered only at Hanover High School
transportation is provided
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Plant Production Management
Plant Production and Management- Grades 10, 11
and 12 Course No. PA72 State Course Code
8035 Year - 1 Credit OR 2 Credits with
Co-op (PA72C SCC 8099) Prerequisite Applied
Horticultural Sciences This course covers plant
production and technology related to the
greenhouse and nursery industries. Content
includes production and marketing techniques of
typical ornamental plants. The optional
cooperative education program requires a minimum
of fifteen hours per week in a horticulture
related job.
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Principles of Business Marketing
Principles of Business and Marketing - Grades 9
and 10 Course No. PA17 State Course Code
6115 Year - 1 Credit Students explore the role of
business and marketing in the free enterprise
system and the global economy. Students are
prepared to make decisions as consumers, wage
earners, and citizens. Instruction includes
banking and credit, business and marketing
economics, the free enterprise system, and
business operation. This is a foundation course
in the business and marketing programs.
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Principles of Landscape Contracting
Principles of Landscape Contracting - Grades 10,
11 and 12 Course No. PA71 State Course Code
8036 Year - 1 Credit OR 2 Credits with Co-op
(PA71C SCC 8099) Prerequisite Applied
Horticultural Sciences This course is designed to
develop and strengthen the knowledge and skills
necessary for employment in landscape management
and landscape maintenance occupations. Course
content includes landscape graphics, design, site
analysis, landscape installation and maintenance.
CAD landscape design software will be integrated
with instructional units in this course. The
optional cooperative education program requires a
minimum of twelve hours work per week in a
horticulture related job.
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Programming in JAVA
Programming in JAVA - Grades 11 and 12 Course No.
M284 State Course Code 3184 Year - 1 Weighted
Credit Prerequisite Advanced Placement Computer
Science or Intermediate Programming and Algebra
II This is an advanced computer programming
course which focuses on an Object-Oriented
approach to writing applications and JAVA
applications developed for WWW access. Topics to
be covered in the course include overview of
JAVA JAVA language components central
structure methods object orientation list
structure class inheritance graphic user
interface Web applets error handling and
input/output streams.
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Small Engine Technology I/II
Offered only at The Hanover Center for Trades and
Technology transportation is provided
Small Engine Technology - Grade 10, 11 or
12 Course No. TS120 State Course Code 8724 Year
- 2 Credits Students will learn the operation,
maintenance, and repair of small gasoline two
cycle and four cycle engines, as well as diesel
engines. They will diagnose engines and perform
procedures for maintenance, overhaul, and
reassembly of the engines. Fuel systems,
electrical system, ignition and starting systems,
cooling and exhaust systems will be areas of
instruction. Skills for maintenance and service
of lawn mowers, including commercial lawn
maintenance machines, will be learned, and
students will demonstrate safety practices
throughout all class work and assignments.
Small Engine Technology - Grade 10, 11 or
12 Course No. TS120 State Course Code 8724 Year
- 2 Credits Students will learn to safely
maintain and repair small internal-combustion
engines used on portable power equipments such as
chain saws, motorcycles, jet skis, all-terrain
vehicles, outboard engines and other two- and
four-cycle engines. Students will analyze causes
of engine failure and perform shop operations.
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Sports Entertainment Marketing
Sports and Entertainment Marketing
Management Grades 11 and 12 Course No. PA49 State
Course Code 8175 Year - 1 Credit OR 2 Credits
with Co-op (PA49C SCC 8175) This course
introduces students to the business and marketing
principles associated with the Sports and
Entertainment Industry. Students will develop
skills in the areas of marketing analysis, event
marketing and sponsorship, communication, pricing
and financial analysis, human relations, and the
social impact the Sports and Entertainment
Industry has on society and international
relations. The marketing coordinator must approve
a job directly related to the marketing industry
before students can be accepted into the
marketing cooperative education program.
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Turf Establishment Maintenance Advanced
Turfgrass
Turfgrass Establishment and Maintenance - Grades
10, 11 and 12 Course No. PA68 State Course Code
8051 Year - 1 Credit OR 2 Credits with Co-op
(PA68C SCC 8099) Prerequisite Applied
Horticultural Sciences or Mechanical Fundamentals
I The turf grass program prepares students for
careers in the growing industry of turf
management. This course is the study of the
establishment and maintenance of turf grasses.
Topics include turf grass varieties,
establishment, fertilization, and mowing. The
course introduces turf equipment maintenance and
the design of sports areas. The optional
cooperative education program requires a minimum
of twelve hours per week in a turf
grass/landscape related job.
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Emerging Mechanical Technologies
Emerging Mechanical Technologies - Grades 10, 11
and 12 Course No. PA60 State Course Code
8019 Year - 1 Credit OR 2 Credits with Co-op
(PA60C SCC 8099) Prerequisite Mechanical
Fundamentals and Technical Systems This course
advances many of the metal working skills learned
in Mechanical Fundamentals and Technical Systems.
Welding and metal operations includes Mig
welding, other advanced welding techniques, and
Plasma-arc welding. Other hot and cold
metal skills will be refined. Students will use
GPS technology to manage precision agricultural
operations. Classroom instruction
includes leadership skills and FFA activities.
Power Systems
Power Systems- Grades 10, 11 and 12 Course No.
PA66 State Course Code 8018 Year - 1 Credit OR 2
Credits with Co-op (PA66C SCC 8099) Prerequisite
Mechanical Fundamentals and Technical
Systems Areas of study in this course include
repairing small engines, power trains, mower or
tractor electrical systems and controls, care
and maintenance of equipment and using precision
measurement tools. Leadership skills and FFA
activities are important parts of this class. The
course is a combination of classroom and
practical application.
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