Riverside High School

Riverside High School career pathways are geared to help every student, regardless of their college or career plans after high school graduation. Strategically planning high school courses, and selecting sequential related courses, provides an opportunity for students to gain advanced skills and knowledge in high school that will only serve to benefit them after graduation.

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Program Overview

The most exciting aspect of the restructuring of Riverside High School's instructional programs has been the development of the Innovative & Leadership Center (ILC), which encompasses our T-STEM programs, as well as our Trades & Industry Programs. Truly preparing students for College and Career Readiness requires a combination of academics and work-skills development. This is accomplished when students participate in any of the ILC programs, which are combined with advanced academic coursework and enhanced through extracurricular activities.

Courses Offered

# Endorsement Pathway Sample Courses
1 Arts & Humanities Fine Arts, English Literature, or World Language Band, Dance, Choir, Guitar, Orchestra, Theatre, Spanish, and French
2 Business & Industry Marketing
Business Management & Administration
Information Technology
Business Information Management I, Business Management, and Practicum in Business
Advertising, Fashion Marketing, Social Media Marketing, and Practicum in Marketing
Digital Interactive Media, Web Technologies, and Computer Programming
3 Multidisciplinary Studies Advanced Courses Four credits in advanced placement, IB or dual credit selected from English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Economics, Languages Other Than English, or Fine Arts
4 Public Service Health Science
Law and Public Safety
Health Science, Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, and Practicums in Health Science
Principles of Law, Correctional Services, Law I and II, and Forensic Sciences
5 Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics Engineering Principles of Applied Engineering, Digital Electronics, Robotics, and Biotechnology