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Linking Life and Leadership

Eastview offers a comprehensive curriculum that includes career exploration, STEM application, support for state and national standards, as well a preparing students for success in life beyond the classroom.  Students will engage in coursework and activities which will prepare them to live and work in a global society.

Culinary Arts
Course Title
Grade(s)
This program prepares students for a variety of in-demand careers within the culinary and wellness industries.  These applied approaches and hands-on opportunities enable students to explore the exciting field of food preparation and nutrition to prepare for a healthy future.  Course content supports STEM initiatives and state/national standards.
Everyday Cooking
9-12
Gourmet Cooking
9-12
International Cooking
9-12
FIT Cooking (Fitness and Individual Training)
9-12
Possible Careers:
Caterer
Food Scientist
Dietitian
Sports Nutritionist
Restaurateur
Executive Chef
Pastry Chef
Wedding Cake Designer
Event Planner
Fitness Trainer
Hospitality Management
Food Critic
Health Inspector
Food Photographer

 

Child Psychology & Family Studies
Course Title
Grade(s)
This program prepares students for careers working with children, adults, parents, and families in a variety of human service and educational settings.  Additionally, it provides skills and knowledge that enhance other career paths and lead to personal growth. Psychology of Parenting* 9-12
Infant & Toddler Development* 9-12
Child Psychology & Development A/B/C*++ 9-12
Introduction to Teacher Education* 10-12
++Student successfully completing Child Psych A/B/C may be able to earn articulated college credit from a local post-secondary institution.  Students should contact course instructor for more information regarding articulation agreements and participating in post-secondary institutions. LIFE Relationships 10-12
LIFE 101: Independent Living 10-12
Teacher Cadet Academy* 11-12
Possible Careers:
Child Life Specialist
School Psychologist
Counselor
Early Childhood Educator
Special Education Teacher
Social Worker
Secondary Education Teacher
Family/Marriage/Child Therapist
Parent Educator
Drug & Alcohol Therapist
Pediatric Medicine
Athletic Coach
*These courses support the Child Development Career Cluster and Pathway
 

 

Design
Course Title
Grade(s)
This program provides students the opportunity to explore and apply the elements and principles of design through individual and team based projects.  Students will discover career opportunities related to the housing and design fields.  Course content supports STEM initiatives and state/national standards.   Interior Design A/B* 9-12
Landscape Design 9-12
Fashion Design Trends* 9-12
Possible Careers:
Fashion Designer
Interior Designer
Landscape Designer
Architect
Urban Planner
Graphic Designer
Environmental Design
Master Gardener
Furniture Designer
Housing Specialist
Design Consultant
Visual Merchandiser
Costume Designer
Corporate Fashion Buyer
Retail Management

* Successful completion of Interior Design A and/or Fashion Design Trends satisfies the one credit "Arts" graduation requirement.