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 Internet service and phone service will be down at the Jr/Sr High until further notice. (approximately 3 weeks as upgrades are being installed) 
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Upcoming Athletic Events

Monday, June 24th -
- JH/JV Softball at Van Buren at 5:30 PM 


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Boys Basketball Camp for 3rd-8th Graders -

Boys Basketball Camp for 3rd Thru 8th grade boys will be July 15th,16th,& 17th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the HTC Jr/Sr High Gym R..


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Holy Trinity Sports Pass

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Summer Office Hours

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ECC Ft. Madison
- 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 
- 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 
Jr/Sr High
- 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Business and Technology Education

Accounting I: (Elective)

Semesters: 2

Grades:10, 11, & 12

Credits: 1

Prerequisite: Algebra I

Accounting I is the basic language of business. This entry level course in accounting introduces the basic terms, concepts, principles, and procedures of the double entry accounting system. It provides high school students with a basic foundation to enter either the business world or to use in their personal life.It is designed to be a full year course completing the accounting cycle for a sole proprietorship, and corporation.In addition, students will understand the process of recording business transactions of monetary nature, to books of original entry, to preparation of financial statements, through the completion of the accounting cycle.Attention will also be given to learning the accounting cycle for a merchandising business with the introduction of special journals for sales, purchases, cash receipts and cash payments along with the general journal. Course work is completed online through the website.

Accounting II: (Elective)

Semesters: 2

Grades:11, & 12

Credits: 1

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Accounting I (C or above in Accounting I)

Accounting II is an in-depth study of the accounting cycle and concepts.It will reinforce the accounting I curriculum and expand the student’s understanding of financial statements.Students will deal with departmental accounting concepts and be able to interpret and analyze accounting information to make good financial decisions.In addition, students will learn the correct reporting procedure for merchandise inventory, fixed assets, payroll, current and long term liabilities, and current and long term assets. .Course work is completed online through the website.

Business Math:(Elective)


Grades:10, 11, & 12

Credits: 1

Prerequisite:Basic Math Skills

Business Math offers multiple opportunities to develop, use, and integrate computations skills into everyday applications. It is essential in helping students fulfill their future roles as citizens, consumers, employees, employers, investors and entrepreneurs.Curriculum areas such as wages, banking, credit cards, home ownership, insurance, sales, and marketing will be studied.Students are encouraged to enroll in this class to learn about math skills they will use for a live time. Long with the textbook, students will complete on-line course work to reinforce their understanding of the course materials.

Computer Lit 7:(Required)

Semesters: 1


Computer Lit 7 is designed to help the students improve their computer skills using Google Docs.Emphasis will be placed on keying technique, speed and accuracy in using the computer program.Basic formatting of letters, reports and word documents will be introduced.Internet safety and research will be incorporated during the semester though the – Ignition - Digital Literacy program. The course will be completed in one semester.

Computer Lit 8:(Required)

Semesters: 1


Computer Lit 8 is designed to improve the student’s keyboarding skills, demonstrate proficiency in using Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides to complete word processing and spreadsheet documents and presentations. Emphasis will be given to creating assignments with accuracy and proficiently. This course will also incorporate Internet safety and research. Course work will be completed using Google accounts and a Digital Literacy program through Students will complete this course in one semester.

Personal Finance 9:(Required for Graduation)

Semesters: 1


Credits: 0.5

Prerequisite: None

Personal Finance is designed to teach students how to manage their finances and help them to make good financial decisions – now and in the future.Understanding and managing their personal finances are keys to one’s financial success.The course will approach finance from four different areas:understanding income, managing money, spending and credit, and saving/investing.Students will learn how choices influence occupational options and future earning potential.In addition to coursework, students are expected to complete the – Financial Literacy online.

Personal Finance 11/12:(Highly Recommended)

Semesters: 2


Grade:11 & 12

Personal Finance11/12 is to give students a better understanding and strategies manage their personal finances as they transition into the workplace or college. Based on the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance for High School Students, the purpose is to empower students with knowledge and application of basic financial principles so that they can make sound financial decision for life.This curriculum emphasizes that Personal Finance is 80% behavior and 2-% head knowledge; teaching students how taking control of their money can help the avoid huge money mistakes in the future. Students must learn how to budget, save, spend wisely, avoid debt, and give.