Graffiti Art

  • ID: 3640

This beginner’s course reviews four different styles of graffiti lettering: tag, block, bubble, and wildstyle. Teacher: Ms. Glantz

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Health and Life Management

  • ID: 3709

ABQCA occasionally offers two different self-help courses that meet in a group setting in the Conference Room: Break Free from Depression and LEAP AHEAD.  Ask Ms. Burich if you’re interested in these courses.

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Hospitality and Tourism

  • ID: 3683

The hospitality and tourism industry offers a dynamic career path that will pique the interest of many students. This course emphasizes learning the practical aspects of the industry and the development of critical-thinking skills that lead to real-world solutions. This 14-lesson course will introduce students to an exciting industry and will help them evaluate and…

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Independent Study: English Language Arts

  • ID: 3706

This elective course gives scholars the opportunity to explore particular topics within the field of language arts that are not offered as part of the regular curriculum.  The topic is based on scholar choice. Teachers: Ms. Burich, Ms. Sanchez

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Independent Study: Science

  • ID: 3659

This elective course gives scholars the opportunity to explore particular topics within the field of science that are not offered as part of the regular curriculum.  The topic is based on scholar choice.

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Independent Study: Social Studies

  • ID: 3666

This elective course gives scholars the opportunity to explore particular topics within the field of Social Studies that are not offered as part of the regular curriculum.  The topic is based on scholar choice.

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Independent Study: Visual Arts

  • ID: 3638

This elective course gives scholars the opportunity to explore particular topics within the field of visual arts that are not offered as part of the regular curriculum.  The topic is based on scholar choice.  Scholars who participate in the Vans Custom Culture Competition will receive credit in this course. Teacher: Ms. Glantz

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Introduction to Computer Science

  • ID: 3707

This course combines engaging online and offline activities in a rigorous one semester course for scholars who may be aspiring to technical careers.  Building on lessons covering the software development lifecycle and software development methodologies, the course uses online discussions, activities, and  lessons to lead you through additional key topics such as quality control, system implementation…

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Keyboarding 1-3

  • ID: 3695

These half-credit courses use the Mavis Beacon software to improve typing speed and accuracy. Teacher: Ms. Glantz

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Legal Studies 1 and 2

  • ID: 3691

From traffic laws to regulations on how the government operates, laws help provide society with order and structure. Our lives are guided and regulated by our society’s legal expectations. Consumer laws help protect us from faulty goods; criminal laws help to protect society from individuals who harm others; and family law handles the arrangements and…

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