NORTH BAY HAVEN CHARTER ACADEMY ESTABLISHED 2010 North Bay Haven Vision: High Expectations/High Achievement High Expectations for students in all areas leads to High Achievement in Academic Performance Work Habits Behavior Dress Manners For Faculty, Staff and Administration, as well! Programs SAIL Academy – Studies in Advanced & Innovative Learning Goal: To provide students with relevant and rigorous courses that will take these students beyond the traditional high school offerings and into college level courses as well as areas of interest Must be enrolled at NBH through lottery Must have a 3.0 GPA Score of “3” or higher on FCAT Reading and Math Must take a minimum of two honors level courses SAIL Courses Pre AP English I Honors and Honors World Literature AP World History or AP Human Geography Physical Science Honors Alg I Honors, Geometry Honors, Algebra II Honors Pre AP English II Honors AP European History AP Psychology or DE Psychology Biology Honors AP English Language AP US History DE Western Civilizations I & II DE Environmental Science/Biology/Chemistry DE Calculus I/College Algebra/Trigonometry/Precalculus/Statistics DE English (ENC 1101 & ENC 1102) DE American Gov’t. DE Economics (Micro & Macro) Career Academies Four Programs in High Demand/High Growth Areas: Engineering Health Science Academy Criminal Justice Marine Science Engineering Academy Affiliated with Project Lead the Way Students learn to use problem-solving skills in order to improve existing products and invent new ones. Students learn about the design process, to perform research and analysis, the importance of teamwork and to utilize engineering standards technical documentation. Course 1: Introduction to Engineering Exposes students to the design process, research and analysis, teamwork, communication methods, global and human impacts, engineering standards and technical documentation. Students use 3D solid modeling design software to help them design solutions to solve proposed problems. Course 2: Principles of Engineering Students will investigate engineering and high-tech careers while employing engineering and scientific concepts in the solution of engineering design problems. Course 3: Civil Engineering & Architecture As students learn about various aspects of civil engineering and architecture, they apply what they learn to the design and development of a property. Students use 3D design software to help them design solutions to solve major course projects. Health Science Academy Upon the Completion of this program students will have: • Allied Health Assistant certificate • Student will also be able to sit for the Certified Nursing Assistant Exam • Basic Life Support for Health Care Professionals • Department of Health HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, and prevention of medical errors education requirements • Be eligible for Florida Bright Future's Gold Seal Scholarship Course 1: MEDICAL SKILLS AND SERVICES INTRODUCTION TO CAREERS IN HEALTH CARE INTRODUCTION TO CPR AND FIRST AID, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, VITAL SIGNS Course 2: HEALTH SCIENCE - I ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY PATHOLOGIES Course 3: HEALTH SCIENCE - II EXPLORE IN DEPTH HEALTH CAREERS AND HOW TO PURSUE THEM DEVELOP SKILLS BASED ON NATIONAL HEALTH CARE SKILL STANDARDS Course 4: ALLIED HEALTH ASSISTING INTERNSHIP DIRECTED STUDY AND ANALYSIS CLINICAL REPORT Criminal Justice Academy The NBH Criminal Justice Academy is partnership program with Florida State University, Panama City Campus. It is the desire of both schools to instill students with an enthusiasm for the subject matter and to develop an understanding of the fundamentals in this broad field of study. This program is designed to prepare students for the collegiate level of study and develops critical thinking skills which are vital to any career path. Courses: Criminal Justice Operations I, II, III, and IV Coursework Includes: Guest speakers- Deputy Sheriff, Drug Task Force, Teen Court, State Attorney, Judge, FBI Agent, Secret Service Agent, Forensic Scientist, just to name a few. Hands on learning- video production of legal issues, mock trials, design a prison, debate issues, work a mock crime scenes, hands on and virtual forensic labs. Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level MARINE SCIENCE ACADEMY COURSES Marine Science Biology Chemistry Environmental Science Ecology Internship Elective Offerings Spanish I, II, III Mandarin Chinese I, II, III Latin I, II Drama Band Choir Art 2D & Art 3D Culinary I, II Leadership Teacher Assisting Co-op Program Digital Video Productions Journalism Speech Debate Marketing Computing for College & Careers Digital Design Web Design Physical Education courses Personal Fitness Civil Air Patrol Technology Rich Learning NBH provides education that meets students where they are as natives of our digital world. EVERY high school student has an iPad May be provided by family or lease purchased from NBH. Wireless-internet campus-wide Technology used in instruction throughout curriculum Extracurricular Offerings Clubs Interact Club Spanish Club Chinese Club Student Government Pep Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Art Club Other Cheerleading Diamond Girls Performing Arts Band (including majorettes and color guard) Choir Drama Honor Societies National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta Beta Club Athletics Sports Football Volleyball Swimming (Boys and Girls) Golf (Boys and Girls) Cross Country (Boys and Girls) Soccer (Boys and Girls) Basketball (Boys and Girls) Track (Boys and Girls) Tennis (Boys and Girls) Baseball Softball Junior Varsity & Varsity NBH is a member of the Florida High School Activities Association Uniforms High School students wear: • school approved polos from Zoghby’s Uniforms or Lands End or • school approved t-shirts, • jeans/denim in blue or black, • pants, shorts, skorts, capris in khaki or blue from Zoghby’s or Lands End • jackets from Zoghby’s or Lands End • hoodies purchased from school All shirts must be tucked in and belt must be worn.