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Courses are offered based on demand, teacher availability and certification.

Family Consumer Science Instructor

Tonya Ward

New Horizon High School

NHHS Family Consumer Science Courses


36141 Parenting and Child Development - 1 Trimester – CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 10 11 12

This course is great for anyone that anticipates spending time with children in an occupation or personal life. Class emphasis is on parenting skills and choices, pregnancy and prenatal development, and stages in child development. This course is designed to strengthen parenting and guidance skills, positive family relationships, and safety and health practices. Students will learn to evaluate child care services and to explore careers related to young children. FCCLA activities will be integrated into this course. State Code 222514


36021 Teen Living A - 1 Trimester - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9 10 

The emphasis of this course is on building skills in the areas of personal development, human and family development, personal and family financial management, nutrition and wellness, and career choices and skills. The focus is on students’ roles and responsibilities in the family, school, and community. This course emphasizes basic food preparation, measurements, following recipes, nutrition, understanding yourself/family, friendships, and time and money management. FC 0101 State code 222515


36041 Teen Living B - 1 Trimester - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9 10 

This course emphasizes personal and family clothing needs, wardrobe planning and care, basic sewing skills, housing and design basics, career choices and skills, child development, child nutrition, personal and family financial management, and time and money management. State code 222515



36101 Adult Living A Relationships - 1 or 2 Trimesters – NHHS/PHS 10 11 12
36111 Adult Living B Life Management

A course designed to focus on the young adult as an individual preparing for responsibilities in the home, family, community and work environment. The student will gain relationship skills and life management skills, utilize problem-solving methods, management processes, employment, and leadership skills. Adult Living is designed as two independent but sequential semesters/ trimesters with one semester focusing on independent living skills and one semester on building and maintaining healthy interpersonal relationship among family members and other members of society. FCCLA activities should be integrated into this course. FC 0301 State code 222516


42411 Family Consumer Science Leadership A - 1 Trimester - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9 10 11 12
42412 Family Consumer Science Leadership B
42413 Family Consumer Science Leadership C

Prerequisite: Membership in (FCCLA) Family Career Community Leaders of America

This leadership course is designed to strengthen students’ personal and group leadership skills. It provides students an opportunity to explore character traits and characteristics that are needed to become an effective leader. Students practice their leadership skills through community services projects and a variety of leadership activites through the FCCLA student organization. This course covers topics such as public speaking, effective communication, human relations, parliamentary laws and procedures, organization and management and group dynamics. FC 0205