Students attending Morehead High School are offered many electives. A list of elective courses are listed below.
In this Bible History course we will be studying in the Old Testament. We will begin our study in the book of Genesis. The book of Genesis means “beginnings.” In this book we will read about the beginning of creation, the beginning of sin, the beginning of consequences, the beginning of God’s covenant promises and the beginning of a nation. We will follow the people of Israel through their beginnings, their growth as a nation and their struggles along the way. We will end our study in the book of Joshua, as the people of Israel enter their Promised Land. In addition, we will be memorizing books of the Bible, studying Old Testament maps and researching ancient customs.
In this Bible History course we will be studying in the New Testament. Our focus will be the life of Jesus Christ. We will study the prophecies and events surrounding his birth, the beginning of his ministry, the people that chose to follow him, his miracles and signs, his teachings, his last days, his death, his resurrection and his final commission to his disciples. In addition, we will be memorizing books of the Bible, studying New Testament maps and researching ancient customs.
Career and Technical Education Courses - for a complete list of CTE electives that includes automotive studies, business, finance, foods, marketing, robotics, and more, please click the link to go to the CTE (Career and Technical Education) Page.
Cultural Arts Courses - for a complete list of Cultural Arts electives that includes art, band, chorus, photography,, and theater, please click the link to go to the Cultural Arts Page.
JROTC Courses - for a complete list of JROTC electives, please click the link to go to the JROTC Page.
Prerequisite: English I and II, Must apply and be approved with two teacher recommendations.
Assist with the day-to-day operation of the media center. Learn the basic principles of media center organization including shelving books, checking out materials, assisting students and teachers with research as well as educational information needs.
Asssist with day-to-day operation of the school front office including assisting visitors, teachers, and students.
Physical Education Courses - for a complete list of PE electives, please click the link to go to the PE Page.
Plan and prepare the yearbook for publication. Become acquainted with some of the elements of yearbook journalism such as layout and design and learn individual responsibility and teamwork. The majority of students in this class will be seniors, however, it will include some juniors who have a special interest in the yearbook or a special talent.
Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation
Publication/Yearbook is the study, practice and refinement of the fundamental of yearbook publication including interviewing, copy writing, layout design, photography, theme development, desktop publishing, and marketing with an emphasis on working as a team, meeting publisher’s deadlines, and adhering to ethical standards. Honors students are expected to enter the class with fundamental skills in place in order to begin book production immediately. They will help train new staff members, provide daily leadership, and take on additional production responsibilities.