ELA, science, and social studies courses will be automatically assigned to the student.
Recommended: Math 7
Honors Track: Pre-Algebra 7
Recommended: Math 8
Honors Track: Algebra 1
1 PE Credit (RMMS PE or Praxium Ballroom)
5 other electives (combination of RMMS, Praxium, or BOHS choices)
1 Teen Wellness (MS Health) Credit
5 other elective credits (Combination of RMMS, Praxium, or BOHS choices)
Please watch the following video on how to register your student in Class Choice. Students will first need to log into Class Link below.
Your username is the same 4x4 as your D93 mail account and your password is your Student ID. Once logged in, follow the instructions in the video to complete registration.
Students enrolled in Praxium will need to take the following courses through Bonneville Online High School during their 8th-grade year:
They will be assigned a time in the BOHS lab to complete these courses.
Students are also welcome to take the following BOHS courses. Please remember that these classes will be issued high school credit and will count towards their high school GPA.
Business Computer Applications 1
Content: This course is designed to acquaint students with basic principles and terminology associated with information processing needed for higher education and the working world. The course includes an introduction to operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, Internet, and email software. Students will use software such as Microsoft Office.
Web Design 1
Content: This course covers the language that is required to create and publish web pages and use the internet for research, decision-making, and communication purposes.
Content: This is an introductory course in photography designed to offer experiences with a point-and-shoot digital camera. Various camera settings will be learned to offer greater creative and technical control. This course builds the foundation for visual literacy regarding both form and content of photographic images. The elements and principles of design as they relate to the photographic composition will also be emphasized.
Intro to Programming A
Content: This course provides the beginning programmer with a solid foundation in programming fundamentals, using visualization and application. Designed for beginners with little or no previous programming experience, this course teaches students the fundamentals behind all programming languages. By putting standard concepts, like input, output, selection, and repetition, at the forefront, students will gain knowledge and insight that is easily transferable to other languages.
Intro to Computer Science
Content: The course is the first computer science course introducing the basics of programming with Karel the Dog, the basics of designing a web page, and how information and images are represented with computers. Students will learn to code using blocks to drag and drop, but they can switch between blocks and text as desired. Students will create a portfolio on the web of projects they build throughout the course.
Content: All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. Digital citizenship equips students with the knowledge, skills, and resources to succeed as lifetime learners. This also helps them learn to engage within a digital environment with responsibility and confidence to develop as leaders who will leave meaningful impacts in the lives of others.
Creative Writing 1
Content: This course is designed to stimulate the use of imagination in expressive writing. By using various writing techniques, students will develop their own writing styles and create original poetry, fiction, and drama.
Reading for Enjoyment
Content: Students will read a variety of literary genres as they increase their enjoyment and understanding of literature. Responses to literature will include writing and projects.
Content: This introductory course is designed for students with little or no previous study of Spanish. It focuses on Novice-Low to Mid language skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Through repetition and comprehensible input, students will learn language structures, patterns, and vocabulary. Language and culture are studied through media, dramatizations, gestures, readings, and class discussions.