•  
    Endorsements  
     
    Endorsement requirements include a 4th math and 4th science inclusive of or in addition to all of the foundation plan requirements AND a requirement that four (4) of the required 26 credits must be in a coherent sequence and content specific to the endorsement area being pursued by the students.  
     
    An Endorsement may be earned by completing an Grandview ISD CTE pathway within an endorsement area as long as it consists of a coherent sequence of four or more credits in CTE that must include two courses from the same CTE Cluster and one “Advanced CTE” course.  
     
    Courses used to satisfy an endorsement may also be used to satisfy foundation plan requirements, including core courses or elective courses.
     
     

     

    AH  
    ARTS & HUMANITIES ENDORSEMENT
    Endorsement Requirement Non CTE CTE
    Students must take a coherent sequence in fine arts of four credits that include three courses in the same cluster and at least one advanced course within the same cluster
    Fine Arts Pathway:
    Art I, II
    Band I, II, III, IV
    Instructional Ensemble I, II, III
    Theater Production I, II, III, IV
     
     
     
     
    BI  
    BUSINESS & INDUSTRY ENDORSEMENT
    Business & Industry Endorsement Non CTE CTE
    Students must take a coherent sequence of four or more credits in CTE of which two must be in the same cluster and of which one course must be an “advanced” course  
    Coherent Sequence in the following CTE Pathways:
    Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
    Principles of Ag
    Wildlife, Fisheries and Ecology Management, Livestock Production
    Practicum in Agriculture - Animals
             OR
    Principles of Ag
    Ag Mechanics & Metal Technologies
    Ag Power Systems
    Practicum in Agricultural, Food & Natural - Welding 
     
    Additional Ag Classes:  
     
    Principles of Floral Design
    Equine and Professional Standards
    Agribusiness Management and Marketing
     
         • Business Management and Administration
    Principles of Business
    Principles of Business Management and Administration
    BIM I
    BIM II or DIM
    Practicum in Business Management and Administration
     
         • Finance
    Accounting I
     
       
     • Information Technology
    Computer Programming
    Advanced Computer Programming 
         • HVAC (taught at Hill College) 
     
     
        • Industrial Maintenance (taught at Hill College) 
     
     
         • Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics
    (taught at Hill College) 

    Automotive I
    Automotive II 
     
     
      MD
    MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES ENDORSEMENT
    Multidisciplinary Studies Endorsement Non CTE CTE
    Students must take four credits in each of the four foundation subject areas to include English IV and chemistry and/or physics
    4x4 Pathway:
    Four credits in each of the foundation areas (English, Math, Science and History) 
     
    to include English IV & chemistry or physics
     
     
     PS
     PUBLIC SERVICES ENDORSEMENT
    Public Services Endorsement Non CTE CTE
     Students must take a coherent sequence of at least four or more credits in the correlated CTE clusters of which two must be in the same cluster and of which one course must be an “advanced” course  

      Education & Training
    Principles of Education & Training
    Human Growth & Development,\
    Instructional Practices
    Practicum in Education & Training

       

     • Human Services (taught at Hill College)
    Cosmetology I
    Cosmetology II

     
    STEM  
     SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY & MATHEMATICS
    STEM Endorsement Non CTE CTE
    Students must take two additional math classes AFTER successful completion of Algebra II
    Math Pathway:
    Algebra II AND two Additional courses for which Algebra II is a prerequisite:
    Pre-Calculus
    Dual Credit Pre-Calculus
    Calculus
    Dual Credit Calculus
     
     
     OR    
    Students must take algebra II and two additional science courses including successful completion of chemistry and physics
     
    Science Pathway :
    chemistry, physics AND two additional advanced science courses:

    Forensic Science
    Environmental Systems
    Dual Credit A&P