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2023-2024 REGISTRATION EVENTS HERE
Course Offerings by Grade Level
Master Course Offering List
Four-Year Planning 'Helpful Tips' Slides
Directions to select courses in PowerSchool

additional course offerings below
A-B Tech CCP Course Catalog and Self-Service
link to make an appointment with Dr. Fairley Patton, A-B Tech Liaison, to register for college courses outside of our college offerings on campus

NCVPS Course Catalog
see your counselor to register for an online NCVPS course

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: Click Here and use the sections to the left.

2022-2023 Parent Night Presentations coming soon!

GRADUATION CHECKSHEET: Click Here

TYPICAL COURSES BY GRADE LEVEL BELOW:

9th Grade Courses

  • 1. English I

  • 2. Math I or Math II

  • 3. Earth Environmental Science

  • 4. World History

  • 5. PLTW Introduction to Engineering

  • 6. Physical Education/Health (PED 211)

Two additional courses:

  • AP Human Geography

  • Computer Science Essentials

  • Digital Design Animation

  • Orchestra

  • Principles of Biomedical Science

  • Spanish 1 (SPA111)

  • A-B Tech offerings

  • ART111/ACA122

  • MUS110/ACA122

10th Grade Courses

  • 1. English II

  • 2. Math III or 4th Math

  • 3. Biology

  • 4. Chemistry

  • 5. Economics Personal Finance

  • 6. PLTW Principles of Engineering

  • 7. CIS110 paired with ACA122 if needed

  • One additional courses from below:

AP Human Geography

  • Computer Science Essentials

  • Computer Science Principles

  • Digital Design Animation

  • Game Art Design

  • Orchestra

  • Principles of Biomedical Science

  • Spanish I (SPA111)

  • Spanish II (SPA112)

  • A-B Tech offerings (paired with ACA122 as needed)

  • ART111

  • MUS110

  • HUM110

11th Grade Courses

  • 1. English III Honors or ENG 111/112 (must take ENG232 Senior year)

  • 2. Math III or 4th Math

  • 3. American History or AP US History or HIS131/132

  • 4. At least one PLTW offering:

    • Civil Engineering Architecture

    • Digital Electronics

    • Environmental Sustainability

Four additional courses from below:

  • Core offerings

  • AP Chemistry

  • AP Physics

  • AP Earth Environmental

  • AP Human Geography

  • BIO111

  • BIO112

  • MAT143

  • MAT152

  • MAT171

  • MAT172

  • MAT271

  • MAT272

  • Physics

  • additional offerings

  • Biomedical Science

  • Computer Science A

  • Computer Science Essentials

  • Computer Science Principles

  • Cybersecurity

  • Digital Design Animation

  • Game Art Design

  • Human Body Systems

  • Orchestra

  • Principles of Biomedical Science

  • Spanish I (SPA111)

  • Spanish II (SPA112)

  • NCSSM offerings

  • Aerospace

  • Forensics

  • Genetics

  • A-B Tech offerings

  • ART111

  • HUM110

  • MUS110

  • PSY150

  • SOC210

12th Grade Core Courses

  • 1. English IV Honors or

    • ENG 232 (semester) AND ENG 241 (semester)

  • 2. Advanced Level Math

  • 3. World History or HIS111/112 (class of 2023)

    • Civics or AP Government and Politics (class of 2024 and beyond)

  • 4. PLTW Engineering Design and Development

3-4 additional courses from below:

  • Core offerings

  • AP Chemistry

  • AP Earth Environmental

  • AP Human Geography

  • AP Physics

  • BIO111

  • BIO112

  • MAT143

  • MAT152

  • MAT171

  • MAT172

  • MAT271

  • MAT272

  • Physics

additional offerings

  • Civil Engineering and Architecture

  • Computer Science A

  • Computer Science Essentials

  • Computer Science Principles

  • Cybersecurity

  • Digital Design Animation

  • Digital Electronics

  • Environmental Sustainability

  • Game Art Design

  • Human Body Systems

  • Internship

  • Orchestra

  • Principles of Biomedical Science

  • Spanish II

  • Spanish III

  • NCSSM offerings

  • Aerospace

  • Forensics

  • Genetics

  • A-B Tech offerings

  • ART111

  • HUM110

  • MUS110

  • PSY150

  • SOC210

AB TECH COURSE CATALOG FOR COURSES NOT ON OUR CAMPUS:
It is the students responsibility to research any available AB Tech course offerings.  In order to search available courses offered through AB Tech please follow the steps below. Please keep in mind that students must have transportation to and from the AB Tech campus and must pay for textbooks and any lab fee on his or her own (even online courses).  NDA cannot guarantee any AB Tech course placement.  If a student is interested in any course not offered on the NDA campus he/she must contact Dr. Pollock the director of educational partnerships as well as your school counselor.  AB Tech Fall/Summer course catalog will not be made available until April.  

Email Dr. Patton here:  fairleypatton@abtech.edu

  • 1. Head to: AB Tech

  • 2. Click on "Online Class Registration in Self Service"

  • 3. Click on "Curriculum Students" on the right

  • 4. Click on "Curriculum Search for Sections- Self Service" on the right under Curriculum Registration

  • 5. Click on "Advanced Search"

  • 6. Select your term from the drop down box (Summer or Fall 20__)

  • 7. Select your subject from the drop down boxes.

  • 8. Choose your location from the bottom drop down box (online or AB Tech Main Campus)

  • 9. Click "Search"

  • 10. Once you find the subject you are interested in, click on "View Available Sections". Several courses have lab hours that interfere with high school courses so make sure you look at the dates and times carefully.

College Course Policies:

Course Grades

Students must earn a C or higher in order to earn college credit for a course. A grade of D in a college course will earn high school elective credit only. Please also refer to A-B Tech’s Grading System.

Course Withdrawals

Students will not be allowed to drop any college courses until they have met with the school counselor. Unless the withdrawal occurs within the first 10 days of school, students who withdraw from a college course will receive an “F” for that course on their high school transcript. The failing grade will be removed from the high school transcript when the student retakes the course and makes a passing mark.

If withdrawing from a course will leave a student with fewer than four courses, he or she will be assigned to a mandatory Success Lab each day for the remainder of the semester.