High School Credits
In order to graduate high school in the State of Maryland, students must complete, among other requirements, either two years of foreign language plus electives, OR complete two credits of advanced technology plus electives, OR complete a state-approved career pathway program.
Full MD high school Graduation Requirements - see 'Electives' row.
The program in Network Operations will allow you the option of meeting either the advanced technology requirement option or the requirement for a state-approved career pathway program option! Network Operations is approved by the Maryland State Department of Education for advanced technology education credit AND it is an approved career pathway program!
See full program description on the Career Readiness webpage or here.
To qualify as a Career Pathway Program completer, students at Clarksburg High School would take the three double-period sequence of Network Operations courses (course codes 4242/4243/4244) plus their choice of one additional credit in either programming, Web site development, Network Operations Guided Research, or Internship. See Course Sequence of the Career Pathway Program for Clarksburg High School students.
Thomas Edison High School of Technology (TEHST) would take a triple-period one-year sequence of Network Operations (course codes 4204/4203) plus their choice of one additional credit in either programming, Web site development, Network Operations Guided Research, or Internship.
TEHST Course Sequence of the Career Pathway Program
Students or counselors desiring additional information or who want to confirm appropriateness of course selections may contact Ms. Elizabeth Bell at the Foundations Office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 240-740-2048.