Tonka Online (Supplemental)

Tonka Online is a supplemental online program at Minnetonka High School that provides students an engaging learning experience. All Tonka Online courses are taught by experienced Minnetonka teachers. In fact, most teach the same class both online and in a Minnetonka High School classroom. Each course is designed specifically for online learning and meets the highest quality curricular expectations of the Minnetonka School District. Teachers use familiar learning tools like Schoology and Google Tools for Education to deliver lessons and engage with students online. All courses are approved by the Minnesota Department of Education and NCAA.

Students choose to take Tonka Online courses for many reasons: to prepare for advanced curriculum, open their schedules for another course or elective, or to participate in a signature program like IB, Minnetonka Research, and VANTAGE. Tonka Online makes a personalized, four-year plan possible for many students.

In addition to meeting requirements and taking advantage of unique courses, students gain skills in online learning they will need for college, career and professional development. Because Minnetonka teachers are available to meet with students in-person to provide help, it’s really the best of both worlds for Minnetonka students.

With Tonka Online, you can:

  • Catch up or get more flexibility in the fall by completing required or preparatory courses
  • Leap ahead by taking a preparatory class or immerse yourself in a challenging AP course
  • Pursue electives that align with your passions or explore a whole new topic
  • Earn your PE or other required course credits flexibly so you can fit everything you want into your schedule
  • Ensure time for signature programs during junior and senior year

Course Listing

To filter courses by grade level, please type your grade (Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12) into the search bar above and click "search."

Accelerated AP Statistics (Tonka Online)

Course: #T4104*, Tonka Online**
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion (B- or better) of Math Studies, Functions, Stats & Trig, Pre-Calculus or teacher recommendation

This course teaches the 10 topics of statistics in a one semester accelerated fashion. It is designed to be in addition to the normal 4 year math sequence and is only offered as a 0.5 credit class.

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Advanced Video Game Design

Course: #6510
Online Option: #T6510 - NEW FOR 2024-25
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: Video Game Design

Advanced Video Game Design is a course in game design and development that engages students in a real life game development company.

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American Popular Music (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6699*, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12    
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit
Prerequisite: An interest in music

American Popular Music is a one-term course designed for students who would like to explore the history of popular music in the United States from the early 19th century to today.

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American Sign Language I

Course: #5000, S1
Course: #5002, S2
Online Option: #T5000*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5002*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: None

Students in this course are introduced to American Sign Language and Deaf culture, focusing on frequently used signs.

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Sign Language

Course: #5004, S1
Course: #5006, S2
Online Option: #T5004*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5006*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12    
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: ASL I 

Students expand their sign vocabulary, grammar, and deaf culture using appropriate facial expressions and body movements taught in level I.

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American Sign Language III

Course: #5008, S1
Course: #5010, S2
Online Option: #T5008F, S1
Online Option: #T5010W, S2
Grade(s) offered: Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: ASL II 

American Sign Language III will expand upon level two learning which includes vocabulary, sign production, grammar, and deaf culture.

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AP Art History (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6094F, part 1, Tonka Online
Course: #T6096W, part 2, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 1.0 (year-long course)
 This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit      
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Prerequisites: None

AP Art History allows students to examine major forms of artistic expression relevant to a variety of cultures in a wide variety of times periods.

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AP Comparative Government 

Course: #AP216
Online Option: T2108, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12    
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)  
Prerequisites: None    

This college-level course analyzes the political systems of the United Kingdom, Russia, China, Mexico, Nigeria and Iran. By examining these six countries, students will develop an understanding of political concepts and themes.

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AP Computer Science Principles

Course: #AP654, S1
Course: #AP656, S2
Online Option: #T6500F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T6502W, part 2, Tonka Online
Online, complete part 1 before part 2
This course can also be taken through VANTAGE #V500 (choose one)
Grades Offered:  grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: C or better in Algebra; Introduction to Computer Science is recommended but not required
 
Computer Science Principles introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world.

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AP European History

Course: #AP208, S1
Course: #AP210, S2
Online Option: #T2112F, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T2114W, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Prerequisites: Contemporary U.S. History; AP U.S. History; American Studies 10 Honors (B or better)

This class will survey the major trends and events in European history from the Renaissance (1350) to present day.

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AP Language and Composition 12

Course: #AP104
Online Option: #T1100*, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter 
Grade(s) offered: Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: Any English 11 Course

In this course, students read and examine a broad range of nonfiction prose including essays, letters, speeches, images, media messages, memoirs, and autobiographies from a variety of authors and historical contexts.

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AP Macroeconomics 

Course: #AP218
Online Option: #T2106W, Tonka Online
*Select term S=Summer, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12    
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: None    

Students will study economic growth, inflation, unemployment, foreign trade, monetary, and fiscal policies at a college freshman level.

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AP Physics C-Mechanics (Tonka Online)

Course: #T3104W, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (Spring semester only)
Prerequisites: Have completed or be concurrently enrolled in both AP Physics 1 AND a calculus course.
This semester-long Tonka Online course is for students who have already taken AP Physics 1 and wish to take the AP Physics C: Mechanics test.

This course covers mechanics topics with a calculus lens in a self-paced/teacher-guided online format. These topics are Kinematics, Newton’s Laws, Work/Energy/Power, Momentum, Rotation, and Oscillations.

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AP Psychology 

Course: #AP220
Online Option: #T2100, Tonka Online 
This course may also be taken as part of VANTAGE #V200
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12    
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: None    

Psychology is the study of behavior and mental process. This AP class is an introduction to college-level Psychology using a college text, “collegiate-style” pace and classroom climate, and college-level exams.

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AP Statistics

Course: #AP400, S1
Course: #AP402, S2
Online Option: #T4100* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4102* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Must complete part 1 before part 2.This course can also be taken as part of VANTAGE #V100 (choose one).
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: None

This course is a college level study of the statistical topics of experimental design, data analysis, and methods of inference.

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AP U.S. Government and Politics

Course: #AP214
Online Option: #T2110, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course) 
Prerequisites: None

Through readings, research, discussions, field experiences, and media presentations, students will study political ideologies, parties, campaigns, elections, interest groups, bureaucracy, civil liberties, role of the media, the judicial, legislative and executive processes, and the creation of public policy.

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AP World History

Course: #AP224, S1
Course: #AP225, S2
Online Option:#T2102F, part 1, Tonka Online 
Online Option:#T2104W, part 2, Tonka Online 
Grades Offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Contemporary U.S. History; AP U.S. History; American Studies 10 Honors (grade B or better)

Students complete advanced level reading, writing, and analysis on topics in World History.

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Astronomy (Tonka Online)

Course: #T3026
Grade(s) offered: Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12    
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 of a Science credit. 
Prerequisites: None

In this class, you will learn the constellations, how to use a telescope along with the science and history of astronomy.

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Biology

Course: #3044, S1
Course: #3046, S2
Online Option: #T3044*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall
Online Option: #T3046*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term W=winter 
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12      
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Chemistry

This course is a study of biology, with an emphasis on biology topics at the cellular and molecular level.

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Calculus (Tonka Online)

Course: #T4044, S1
Course: #T4046, S2
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Completion of Precalculus

This course is a study of the fundamental topics of differential and integral Calculus.

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Contemporary U.S. History

Course: #2004, S1
Course: #2006, S2
Online Option: #T2004*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T2006*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter 
Grade(s) offered: Grade 10
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Human Geography and Civics; AP Human Geography

This two-semester course will provide a thematic study of persons, events and national developments in U.S. History with a focus on the 20th Century to the present. This course will prepare students for an understanding of the role of the U.S. in the world after WWI.

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Digital Photography II (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6054, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)  
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit 
Prerequisites: Digital Photography I

Students will expand upon their basic knowledge of digital image-making concepts and techniques, allowing for in-depth exploration as they develop a personal vision in their artwork.

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Drawing II

Course: #6022
Online Option: #T6022
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: Drawing I grade B- or better

In Drawing II students will continue to grow, further honing their skills and techniques learned in Drawing I. Emphasis will be on research and composition.

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Drawing (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6020, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12   
Credits:
0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit    
Prerequisites: None

Tonka Online Drawing will teach students basic drawing skills to create their own projects through different mediums and compositions. Perfect for students needing flexibility.

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a woman on a computer using a 3D design software

Course: # T6409
Grade(s) offered:  Grades 9-12
Credits:  0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites:  None
  
Engineering 3-D computer modeling focuses on 3D software design for applications in engineering and manufacturing. This is a good course for students who are interested in engineering, manufacturing, and/or related fields. This course provides an introduction to the basic principles of engineering computer aided design (CAD) and additive manufacturing, with a focus on creating new designs to solve engineering problems.

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English 11

Course: #1026, S1
Course: #1028, S2
Online Option: #T1026F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T1028W, part 2, Tonka Online 
Online: Complete part 1 before part 2
Grade(s) offered: Grade 11
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Any English 10 Course

From graphic novels to film to classic literature, students will focus on the individual’s place in society. Student writing will include traditional essays, as well as more creative and exploratory pieces.

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iPad on Book

Elective or Required Option 
Course: #1032
Course: #T1032W, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)

This survey course is designed to parallel the structure of English 12 FALL using a different set of materials.

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Fitness A  (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6798*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12 (9th and 10th graders can take Tonka Online PE Courses as an additional 7th hour course, with counselor approval, for an additional fee)
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit. 
Prerequisites: None. Fees apply if taken as a 7th hour or summer class outside of the student's normal schedule.

Online Fitness creates an opportunity for students to extend their learning around a school-sponsored sport or lifetime fitness activity outside of school.

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French I

Course: #5200, S1
Course: #5202, S2
Online Option: #T5200*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5202*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: None

In French 1, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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French II Honors

Course: #5220, S1
Course: #5222, S2
Online Option: #T5220F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T5222W, part 2, Tonka Online 
Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: French I    

In French II Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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French III Honors

Course: #5224, S1
Course: #5226, S2
Online Option: #T5224F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T5226W, part 2, Tonka Online
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: French II Honors or French II with permission from teacher 

In French III Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of French-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Functions, Statistics & Trigonometry

Course: #4028, S1
Course: #4030, S2
Online Option: #T4028* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4030* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: 
grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra

A bridge between Higher Algebra and Precalculus, builds on algebra foundations and further prepares students for Precalculus or Statistics.

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Geometry

Course: #4012, S1    
Course:
#4014, S2
Online Option: #T4012 part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer*, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4014 part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer*, F=fall, W=winter
*Contact the advanced learning staff in your building for the registration process for summer math courses.
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: #3006 Successful completion of Quadratic Algebra or 8th grade Algebra

This course includes all Geometry topics addressed by the Minnesota state math standards and their algebraic connections.

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Global Studies and Economics

Course: #2016
Online Option: T2016
Grade(s) offered: 11-12    
Credits: .5 (semester course)    
This course may also be taken as part of VANTAGE #V300 (choose one).
Prerequisites: None    

This introductory economics course integrates macroeconomic and microeconomic concepts into the complexities of our evolving global landscape.

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Higher Algebra

Course: #4020, S1
Course: #4022, S2
Online Option: #T4020*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4022*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered:
 Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12  
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: None

This two-semester course is an alternative to Higher Algebra Honors (4024, 4026). The distinction between this course and Higher Algebra Honors is the pacing at which the above content is covered.

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Higher Algebra Honors

Course: #4024, S1
Course: #4026, S2
Online Option: #T4024* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4026* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered:
 Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: B+ or better in Geometry, B or better in Honors Geometry, or teacher recommendation.

This course reviews and extends basic concepts learned in Algebra and Geometry.

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Human Anatomy and Physiology 1

Course: #3020
Online Option: #T3020,Tonka Online 
This course can also be taken through VANTAGE #V200 (choose one)  
Grade(s) offered: grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: Chemistry

A course for students interested in how the human body works, including anatomy (body structure) and physiology (body functions).

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Independent Living

Course: #6312
Online Option: #T6312, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: 0.5 (single semester course)
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: None

Learn strategies for a successful transition to life after high school. Explore areas of money management, insurance, housing, professionalism, and job interviewing skills.

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Introduction to Computer Science

Course: #6500
Online Option: #T6500 in Tonka Online; #T6500S for TO Summer
Grades Offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: C or better in Algebra.

Intro to Computer Science empowers students to create authentic artifacts and engage with computer science as a medium for creativity, communication, problem solving, and fun.

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Music Technology (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6654 
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Arts credit      
Prerequisites: Interest in music composition

In this project-based course, students will explore music composition using Digital Audio Workstations, looping software, MIDI and live audio recording.

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Personal and Family Relationships

Course: #6318
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: None

This course will help students develop skills in the area of interpersonal relationships and family life. Students will learn to identify healthy relationships and the strategies used to create and maintain them in all realms of life across the lifespan; including friendships, dating, partnership or marriage, workforce and more. 

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Physics

Course: #3028, S1
Course: #3030, S2
Online Option: #T3028*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T3030*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)

Practical applications are used to explore topics in optics, wave motion, mechanics, energy, and electricity.

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Pre-AP Biology (Tonka Online)

Course: #T7204S, summer only
Grade(s) offered: grade 10, grade 11, grade 12   
Credits: 0.5 (summer course)
This course completes .5 toward an elective credit. 
Prerequisites: Students should be registered for AP Biology in the fall; optional course for preceding summer.

This course does not count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of science.

Students in this summer course will complete online study and engage in learning activities to prepare for the rigor and pace of Advanced Placement (AP) Biology.

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Pre-AP Calculus (Tonka Online)

Course: #T7206S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (summer course)
Prerequisites: Completion of Precalculus

This course does not count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of math.

A half-credit summer online course focused on learning essential introductory calculus skills and concepts. 
 

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Pre-AP Chemistry (Tonka Online)

Course: #T7202S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12   
Credits: 0.5 (summer course)
This course completes .5 toward an elective credit. 
Prerequisites: Students should be registered for AP Chemistry in the fall; optional course for preceding summer.

This course does not count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of science.

This course includes essential chemistry skills and includes support for the AP Chemistry summer assignment. The overall goal is to provide a pathway for prospective AP Chemistry students to solidify a strong chemistry foundation as they transition to college level coursework.

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Pre-AP Statistics: Functions, Statistics & Trigonometry (Tonka Online)

Course: #T7208S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (summer course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra or Higher Algebra Honors

This course does count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of math.

A half-credit summer online course focused on reviewing statistical analysis skills in preparation for the AP Statistics course.

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Precalculus

Course: #4032, S1
Course: #4034, S2
Online Option: #T4032* part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter, , S=Summer
Online Option: #T4034* part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term F=fall, W=winter, , S=Summer
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: B+ or better in Higher Algebra or B or better in Higher Algebra Honors or Functions, Stats & Trig or FST

This course is an advanced study of functions, graphs, and trigonometry intended to prepare students for the study of Calculus.

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Precalculus Honors

Course: #4036, S1
Course: #4038, S2
Online Option: #T4036*, part 1, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Online Option: #T4038*, part 2, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered:
 Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: A in Higher Algebra or B+ or better in Higher Algebra Honors

This course is for students who have a strong interest in advanced math. In this course, students study precalculus which has a strong emphasis on functions and trigonometry.

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Precalculus Prep: Functions, Statistics & Trigonometry (Tonka Online)

Course: #T7210S, summer only, Tonka Online 
Grade(s) offered: grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (summer course)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Higher Algebra or Higher Algebra Honors

This course does count toward the state graduation requirement of 3.0 credits of math.

A half-credit summer course to prepare students for precalculus after completion of higher algebra.

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Spanish I

Course: #5400, S1
Course: #5402, S2
Online Option: #T5400*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall
Online Option: #T5402*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12   
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: None    

In Spanish I, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures

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Spanish II Honors

Course: #5420, S1
Course: #5422, S2
Online Option: #T5420F, part 1, Tonka Online 
Online Option: #T5422W, part 2, Tonka Online
Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Spanish I

In Spanish II Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures through a study of a variety of topics.

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Spanish III Honors

Course: #5424, S1
Course: #5426, S2
Online Option: #T5424F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option: #T5426W, part 2, Tonka Online
Online, complete part 1 before part 2.
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Spanish II Honors

In Spanish III Honors, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures.

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Spanish V

Course: #5416, S1
Course: #5418, S2
Online Option: #T5416F, part 1
Online Option: #T5418W, part 2
*Online, complete part 1 before part 2       
Grade(s) offered: Grade 12  
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: IB Spanish SL or Spanish IV

In Spanish V, students will make connections to their lives and to the products, practices, and perspectives of Spanish-speaking cultures.

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Sports & Entertainment Marketing and Management (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6112   
Grade(s) offered: Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course) 
Prerequisites: None 

Curious about career opportunities in the field of sports or entertainment? Don't just learn about these opportunities, become a part of the action! As we explore principles of marketing and management, students will be applying their learning through a semester-long partnership with the Activities Office right here at MHS.

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TO Immersion Abroad: Chile

Course: #T5490
Grades Offered: Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (second-semester course, summer travel abroad and project)
Prerequisites: K-10 Spanish Immersion

This study abroad course is for immersion students who will be traveling to Chile with the school group*.  The online course offers students the opportunity to continue their immersion program experience in the spring semester, and then explore Chilean culture in depth when we travel to our sister school in Concepción, Chile.

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Video Game Design

Course: #6508
Online Option: #T6508
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
Prerequisites: None

In this project-based course, students will develop working computer games using Construct 3. Students are introduced to the fundamental principles of game design and development.

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Web Design

Course: #6506
Online Option: #T6506     
Grade(s) offered: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course) 
Prerequisites: None

Web Design is a one-semester, project-based curriculum that teaches digital communication skills in the context of the professional web design and development process.

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Wellness Program B  (Tonka Online)

Course: #T6799*, Tonka Online 
*Select term S=summer, F=fall, W=winter
Grade(s) offered: grade 11, grade 12 (9th and 10th graders can take Tonka Online PE Courses as an additional 7th hour course, with counselor approval, for an additional fee)
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit. 
Prerequisites: One Fitness A course. Fees apply for summer.

Online Wellness creates an opportunity for students to extend their learning around a school-sponsored sport or lifetime fitness activity outside of school.

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World History

Course: #2012, S1
Course: #2014, S2
Online Option: T2012F, part 1, Tonka Online
Online Option:T2014W, part 2, Tonka Online
Grade(s) offered: Grade 11 
Credits: 0.5 (per semester, full-year course)
Prerequisites: Contemporary U.S. History; AP U.S. History; American Studies 10 Honors

This course concentrates on the historical and geographic themes of the world from Early Civilizations through the Modern World.

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Yoga Fit A

Course: #6706
Online Option: #T6706
Grade(s) offered: Grade 11, Grade 12 (9th and 10th graders can take Tonka Online PE Courses as an additional 7th hour course, with counselor approval, for an additional fee)
Credits: 0.5 (single semester course)
This course completes .5 towards the Physical Education credit.  
Prerequisites: None    

The emphasis in Yoga Fit is on flexibility fitness while incorporating cardiovascular, strength, and mindful practices.

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