Valley High School

​​​Contact person:

Becca Henrichs, Academic Advisor
Cell: 319-415-3416
Office: 515-964-6398

Select a course name below for details:

The following courses are offered at Valley High School for DMACC college credit. The courses are taught by Valley High School instructors certified by DMACC. Through a partnership with Valley 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 NameCreditsNotes
Workforce Development SkillsADM221Career Development Skills2Fall
Workforce Development SkillsADM936Occupational Experience3Spring
Collaborative Field ExperienceADM936Occupational Experience3
Design StudioAPP211Textiles3Spring
FashionAPP260Fashion Analysis & Design3
Drawing ApplicationsART133Drawing3
Painting ApplicationsART143Painting3
Ceramics ApplicationsART173Ceramics3
Ceramics Applications IIART174Ceramics II3
Photo I-Principles of PhotographyART184Principles of Photography3
Photo II - Principles of Digital PhotographyART186Principles of Digital Photography3
Keyboarding & WordBCA122Basic Word Processing1
Computer Application IIBCA152Comprehensive Spreadsheets3
Computer Applications IBCA212Intro to Comp Business Apps3
AP BiologyBIO112General Biology I4Fall
AP BiologyBIO113General Biology II4Spring
AP ChemistryCHM165General/Inorg Chem I4Fall
AP ChemistryCHM175General/Inorg Chem II4Spring
AP Computer Science PrinciplesCIS450PLTW Computer Science Principles3
AP Computer Science ACIS451PLTW-Comp Sci Applications3
Child DevelopmentECE130Emergency Care1
Child DevelopmentECE170Child Growth & Development3
Introduction to EducationEDU210Foundations of Education3Fall
Education PracticumEDU218Initial Field Experience2Spring
Intro to Engineering DesignEGT400PLTW-Intro to Engr Design3Spring
Principles of EngineeringEGT410PLTW-Principles of Engineering3Spring
Civil Engineering and ArchitectureEGT460PLTW-Civil Engr/Architecture3Spring
AP Language and CompositionENG105Composition I3Fall
AP Language and CompositionENG106Composition II3Spring
Advanced Creative WritingENG221Creative Writing3
AP Environmental ScienceENV115Environmental Science3Spring
AP Environmental ScienceENV116Environmental Science Lab1Fall
German IVFLG241Intermediate German I4Fall
German IVFLG242Intermediate German II4Spring
AP SpanishFLS241Intermediate Spanish I4Fall
AP SpanishFLS242Intermediate Spanish II4Spring
AP World HistoryGLS200Country Study3Fall
AP World HistoryGLS220The Middle East & Islam3Spring
Culinary Arts Cafe VHCM100Sanitation and Safety2
Culinary Arts Cafe VHCM143Food Prep I3
Culinary Arts Cafe VHCM144Food Prep I Lab3
AP European StudiesHIS112Western Civ-Ancient to Early Mod4Fall
AP European StudiesHIS113Western Civ-Early Modern to Present4Spring
AP U.S. HistoryHIS150U.S. History to 18774Fall
AP U.S. HistoryHIS153U.S. History Since 18774Spring
Health OccupationsHSC101Emergency Care 1Fall
Health OccupationsHSC105Intro to Health Occupations 1Spring
Health OccupationsHSC109Explore Health Career/Bldg Team3Spring
Health OccupationsHSC114Medical Terminology3Fall
Health OccupationsHSC172Basic Nurse Aide3Fall
Health OccupationsHSC182Advanced Nurse Aide3Spring
AP Literature and CompositionLIT101Intro to Literature3Fall
AP Literature and CompositionLIT185Contemporary Literature3Spring
Precalculus IMAT129Precalculus5Spring
AP StatisticsMAT157Statistics4Spring
AP Calculus ABMAT211Calculus I5Spring
AP Calculus BCMAT217Calculus II5Spring
Marketing and SalesMKT1470Selling3
Video ProductionMMS480Video Production I3
AP U.S. Government and PoliticsPOL111American National Government3
Advanced Speech CommunicationsSPC101Fund of Oral Communication3

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

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