Johnston High School

Kirk PohlmanContact person:

Kirk Pohlman​, Academic Advisor
Office: 515-964-6840
Cell: 515-238-8350​

​​​​​Select a course name below for details:

The following courses are offered at Johnston High School for DMACC college credit. The courses are taught by Johnston High School instructors certified by DMACC. Through a partnership with JHS and DMACC, the cost of the course is covered by the high school at no charge to the student.

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High School CourseDMACC Course #DMACC Course NameCreditsDMACC Credit Offered
School to WorkADM269Workplace Professionalism3
School to WorkADM936Occupational Experience3
AP BiologyBIO112General Biology I4Spring
Construction TechCON333Material/Cons Theory5
Construction TechCON336Care/Use Hand/Power Tools1
Construction TechCON337 Cons Blueprint Reading1
Teacher AcademyEDU210Foundations of Education3Fall
Teacher AcademyEDU218Initial Field Experience2Spring
Intro to Engineering Design EGT400Intro to Engineering Design3Spring
Principles of EngineeringEGT410Principles of Engineering3Spring
Digital ElectronicsEGT420Digital Electronics3Spring
Computer Integrated ManufEGT450PLTW-Computer Integrated Manuf3Spring
Civil Engineering & ArchitectureEGT460PLTW-Civil Engr/Architecture3Spring
Emergency Medical TechnicianEMS214Emergency Medical Technician6Fall
AP LangENG105 Composition I3
AP LangENG106Composition II3
Environmental ScienceENV115Environmental Science3Spring
AP Environmental ScienceENV116Environmental Science Lab1Spring
AP SpanishFLS241 Intermediate Spanish I4
AP SpanishFLS242 Intermediate Spanish II4
AP World HistoryHIS110West Civ: Ancient to Early Modern3Fall
AP World HistoryHIS111West Civ: Early Modern to Present3Spring
AP US HistoryHIS151U.S. History to 18773Fall
AP US HistoryHIS152U.S. History Since 18773Spring
AP LiteratureLIT101Introduction to Literature3Fall
AP LiteratureLIT185Contemporary Literature3
AP StatsMAT157Statistics4Fall or Spring
AP CalculusMAT211Calculus I5
Fall or Spring
AP PsychologyPSY111Intro to Psychology3Spring
School to WorkWBL100Exploring Careers1
School to WorkWBL110Employability Skills2
Intro to FabricationWEL208Intro to Fabrication2Fall
Intro to Welding, Safety/HealthWEL228Welding/Safety/Health: SENSE11Fall
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW 1)WEL244GMAW Sh Cir Transfe: SENSE12Spring
GMAW Spray Transfer/PulseWEL245GMAW Spray Transfer: SENSE12Fall
Thermal Cutting 1WEL262OFC-I Manual & Mech: SENSE12Fall
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW1)WEL274SMAW I: SENSE13Spring

*Course offerings are subject to change. Please contact your Career Advantage advisor or school counselor for updates and/or questions.

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