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Dear Parents/Guardians:

We believe that educational planning and the selection of classes is one of the most important parts of your student’s high school experience, and we hope you will take an active part in the process.

The Course Guide contains information on graduation requirements, Common Core State Standards, NCAA Clearinghouse requirements, and every course offered at Mundelein High School. It lists the following for each course: prerequisites, grade level criteria, number of terms, number of credits, and the course description. In addition, Mundelein High School frames course selection in the context of Programs of Study. Please take time to review and discuss the Programs of Study with your son/daughter, so that our students choose courses that align with their post-secondary plans.

Each student will receive a Course Selection Worksheet; this worksheet lists every course offered next year for each grade level, along with the number of terms the course meets. Next to the department heading is a corresponding page number in the Course Guide. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are required to fill 16 periods for the year (see the 4-year Plan).

Beginning in December, counselors will schedule individual appointments with each student. During the appointments, counselors will review graduation requirements, record course selections, and discuss post- high school plans.

Please contact our Guidance Department at 949-2200 if you have any questions. We look forward to working closely with you and your students to plan for an exciting and challenging 2016-2017 school year.

 

Best Regards,

Anthony Kroll
Principal
 
 

2016-2017 Course Guide Available Online


To view the entrire course guide, click the link below and then the "download" button.
2016-2017 Course Guide


To view the course guide by department, use the following links:

Applied Arts: BusinessFamily & Consumer Science / Industrial Tech / Television & Media
ELL & English
Fine Arts: Art / Music / Theatre
Math
Science
Social Studies
Technology Campus
Wellness
World Languages


2016-2017 Course Selection Sheets



New Courses for 2016-2017


In anticipation of the new STEM wing opening this fall, the following new courses will be offered:

Click here for course descriptions and prerequisites
  • Mobile App Creating and Coding
  • AP Computer Science Principles
  • Introduction to Engineering and Design (IED) *
  • STEM Inquiry and Research *
  • Nanotechnology and Research *
  • Independent STEM Inquiry and Research
  • Business Incubator *
  • Industrial Design
* See additional information on these courses below




Business Incubator

Learn to become a true entrepreneur. 
Students will develop products or services that meet the needs or wants of a targeted market. Real-world entrepreneurs and business experts will serve as coaches and mentors, guiding student teams through the process of ideation, market research, and business plan development.

 

Incubator course at BHS from Barrington 220 School District on Vimeo.

Barrington High School launched this course in 2013. 
Take a look at their video below to see what Business Incubator is all about.
 
 
 
 
Introduction to Engineering and Design (IED)
A Project Lead the Way Foundation Course

 
PLTW Engineering is more than just another high school engineering program. It is about applying science,technology, engineering and math through a project-based,hands-on approach to solve complex,open-ended problems in a real-world context.Students focus on the process of defining and solving a problem, not on getting the “right” answer.They learn how to apply STEM knowledge,skills,and habits of the mind to make the world a better place through innovation.

Click here to see the PLTW Engineering brochure.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Nanotechnology and Research
 
This fascinating Nanotechnology course, the first of its kind in a Lake County, IL high school,  provides MHS students with a unique opportunity few others have access to.

Students will explore the world around them in an awe-inspiring manner. They will use a variety of electron microscopes, normally only found in the research facilities of universities and insustries, while learning research skills.

Click here to see the Nanotechnology brochure.
 
 
 
 
STEM Inquiry and Research
 
  STEM Inquiry and Research enables students to learn and apply the protocols of scientific research in the context of laboratory experiences. The inquiry experiences during the first term will include topics from the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields of biology and the physical sciences (chemistry, earth science, physics, and physical science).

Click here for the STEM Inquiry and Research brochure.
 
 
 
 
   

 
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