• courses offered

  • LANGUAGE ARTS
     
    • 100131001 ENGLISH I
    • 100132001 ENGLISH HON I
    • 100134001 ENGLISH II
    • 100135001 ENGLISH HON II
    • 100137001 ENGLISH III
    • 100138001 ENGLISH III HON
    • ENC110101 COMPOSITION DE: FSCJ*/EWC*
    • 100140001 ENGLISH IV
    • ENC110201 WRITING ABOUT TEXTS DE: FSCJ*/EWC*
    • 100041001 INTENSIVE READING
    • 050051001 PER, CAR, SCH 3 (12th Grade)
    • 050052001 PER, CAR, SCH 2 (11th Grade)
    • 050053001 PER, CAR, SCH 4 (10th Grade)
    • 100238106 DEV LANG ARTS ESOL

     


     
    SCIENCE
     
    • 200134001 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    • 870811001 PRIN BIOMED SCIENCES
    • 200031001 BIOLOGY I
    • 200032001 BIOLOGY I HON
    • 200339001 PHYSICS I HON
    • 200036001 ANAT PHYS HON
    • 200250001 MARINE SCIENCE

     


     MATHEMATICS

    • 1200370 ALGEBRA 1A
    • 120031001 ALGEBRA I
    • 120040001 INTENSIVE MATH
    • 120631001 GEOMETRY
    • 120632001 GEOMETRY HON
    • 120033001 ALGEBRA II
    • 120034001 ALGEBRA II HON
    • 120070001 MATH COLL READY
    • MAC110501 COLLEGE ALGEBRA DE: FSCJ*/EWC*
    • MAT103301 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA DE: FSCJ*
    • MGF210601 SURVEY IN MATHEMATICS DE: EWC*

     


     SOCIAL STUDIES

    • 210931001 WORLD HISTORY
    • 210932001 WORLD HISTORY HON
    • 210031001 US HISTORY
    • 210032001 US HISTORY HON
    • 210631001 AMER GOVT*
    • 210632001 AMER GOVT HON*
    • 210233501 ECONOMICS*
    • 210234501 ECON HON*

     


     SOCIAL STUDIES ELECTIVES

    • 210034001 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY*
    • 210040001 HISTORY OF VIETNAM WAR*
    • 210735001 AP PSYCHOLOGY

     


    WORLD LANGUAGE
     
    • 070834001 SPANISH I
    • 070835001 SPANISH II
    • 070836001 SPANISH III HONORS

     


     AVID (Application and Acceptance Required)

    • 170039001 AVID I 
    • 170040001 AVID II

     


    LEADERSHIP COURSES

    • 2400300/310/320/330 LEADERSHIP I / II / III / IV
    • 240033001 LEADERSHIP UPS Application and Acceptance Required
  • MUSIC
     
    • 130230001 BAND I fee reqd
    • 130231001 BAND II fee reqd
    • 130232001 BAND III fee reqd
    • 130233001 BAND IV fee reqd
    • 130246001 INSTR ENSEMBLE fee reqd
    • 130330001 CHORUS I
    • 130034001 MUSIC OF THE WORLD

     


    PHYSICAL EDUCATION
     
    • 150139001 COMP FITNESS*
    • 150241/42/43 IND DUAL SPORTS I*/II*/III*
    • 1503310/15 BASKETBALL I*/II*
    • 150247001 RECREATION*
    • 150332001 SOCCER*
    • 150333001 SOFTBALL*
    • 150130001 PERSONAL FITNESS
    • 302601001 HOPE

     


    GENERAL ELECTIVES
     
    • 190031001 DRIVER ED*
    • 0500300/10/20/30 EXEC INTERN §
    • 100634001 YEARBOOK §
     

    DUAL ENROLLMENT ELECTIVES
     
    • ASC 256001 UNMANNED AIRCRAFT* DE
    • ASC 100001 PRINC OF AERONAUT* DE/CTE
    • AMH3547 US MIL HIS 1900-PRESENT* DE
    • AMH3541 US MIL HIS TO 1900* DE
    • ASC1010 HISTORY OF AVIATION IN AMERICA* DE
    • INR2002 INTRO TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS* DE
     

    NAVY JROTC
     
    • 180230001 NJROTC I
    • 180231001 NJROTC II
    • 180232001 NJROTC III
    • 180233001 NJROTC IV
     

     
    TECH/E-SPORTS
     
    • 820731001 DIGITAL INFO TECH CTE
    • 820811001 GAME & SIM FOUND CTE
    • 820812001 GAME AND SIM DESIGN CTE
    • 820813001 GAMING LEVEL 3 CTE
    • 020033501 AP COMPUTER SCI PRIN CTE

     


    PERFORMING/FINE ARTS
     
    • 010230001 CERAM/POTTERY 1
    • 010231001 CERAM/POTTERY 2
    • 010232001 CERAM /POTTERY 3 HON
    • 010130001 2-D STUDIO ART 1
    • 010131001 2-D STUDIO ART 2
    • 010932001 PORT DEV: 2D
    • 0400310/20 THEATRE I / II
    • 0300310/20 DANCE TECH I / II
    • 0300310/20 DANCE TECH I / II BOYS HH

     


    SPORTS BUSINESS MARKETING

     

    • 882741001 SPORTS, RECREATION, ENT, ESS CTE
    • 882742001 SPORT, REC, ENT APPLICATIONS CTE
    • 882743001 SPORT, REC, ENT MKT MGMT CTE

     


    AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGIES

    • 860058001 AEROSPACE TECH 1 CTE
    • 860068001 AEROSPACE TE 2 CTE
    • 860178001 AEROSPACE TECH 3 CTE

     

     
     
  • PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS
     
    Aerospace Technology encompasses the beginning of flight, from the rockets, to the International SpaceStation to learning about the Wright Brothers and Leonardo da Vinci in between. Students learn the 4forces of flight and build model aircraft and spacecraft. Both aircraft and spacecraft (rockets) are actuallyflown with student teams competing against one another. Hands-on experiences include field trips to theFAA, Cecil Field, Jacksonville International Airport, the FAA tower at JAX, Flightstar at Cecil Field, theAirshow with the Blue Angels and new this year was a visit to the Boeing aircraft company at Cecil Fieldand meeting with the Boeing Chief pilot in charge of the F16-QF program (a real F16 converted to a droneand used as target practice over the Gulf of Mexico. What was new this school year was a visit to HallerAir Park in Green Cove Springs which allowed students to actually fly in a real airplane sponsored by theExperimental Aircraft Association's Young Eagles program.
     

     
    Aerospace Technology 2 builds what was learned in AT1, and also provides a path for those studentswishing to pursue obtaining their Private Pilot's license by completing 1 stage and that is taking the FAAWritten exam. Our program recently received delivery of two brand new Redbird Flight Simulators thatstudents can take STEM lessons on, be graded on and told what was right and what was wrong with theirflying. The simulators permits travel to any airport in the World and can simulate multiple types ofaircraft and all types of flying conditions. All students are not going to fly as pilots, but there is so muchmore to aviation that being a pilot-Aircraft need to be fixed and maintained, they need to be directed inthe sky-Flight Attendants are needed to be a guide on the aircraft to passengers, bags need to loaded andoff-loaded, planes need to be fueled, runway and airport lighting needs to be maintained, along with therunway and taxiways and terminal buildings. Our program attempts to subject the students to all theseavenues and allow our students to decide what they would like to do. The program has also establishedcontacts with both the Naval and Air Force Academies as some students have expressed an interest inattending college there. Our program is where Dreams take Flight!
     

     
    Gaming and Simulations Foundations This course is designed to provide an introduction to game and simulation concepts and careers, theimpact game and simulation has on society and industry, and basic game/simulation design concepts suchas rule design, play mechanics, and media integration. This course compares and contrasts games andsimulations, key development methodologies and tools, careers and industry related information. Thecontent includes but is not limited to practical experience in game/simulation conceptualization, design,storyboarding, development methodologies, essential programming techniques, and implementationissues.
     

     
    AP Computer Science Principals Computer Science Principals (CSP) curriculum is a full-year, rigorous, entry-level course that introduceshigh school students to the foundations of modern computing. The course covers a broad range offoundational topics such as programming, algorithms, the Internet, Big Data, digital privacy, security, andthe societal impacts of computing. The content includes but is not limited to practical experiences incomputer programming, algorithms, program design structure, logical thinking, developmentalmethodologies, essential programming techniques, and implementation issues. Specialized programmingskills involving advanced mathematical calculations and physics are also integrated into the curriculum.
     

     
    The Sports and Entertainment Marketing Program at Ed White Academy of Leadership is a three-yearprogram that offers students to gain practical marketing and management experience in the Sports andEntertainment field. Students are involved in the day-to-day promotion and management of sportsevents at Ed White - including set up, marketing and execution. 
     
    Students also have an opportunity to gain their Adobe Certified Associate qualifications in Photoshop, Dreamweaver, In-Design, and Illustrator. The class is taught in a college-type setting with projects and case studies that tie back to the lessons. 
     
    Ed White is one of only three high schools to offer the program.
     

     
    Digital Information Technology course is designed to provide a basic overview of current business and information systems andtrends, and to introduce students to fundamental skills required for today's business and academicenvironments. Emphasis is placed on developing fundamental computer skills. The intention of thiscourse is to prepare students to be successful both personally and professionally in an information basedsociety. Digital Information Technology includes the exploration and use of: databases, search engines,browsers, the Internet, the Web, spreadsheets, presentation applications, management of personalinformation and email, word processing and document manipulation, Hyper Text Markup Language, Webpage design, multimedia on the Web, Web security, and the integration of these programs using softwarethat meets industry standards. After successful completion of this core course, students will have met Occupational Completion Point A, Information Technology Assistant - SOC Code 15-1151.
     
    Students who achieve academic success, have the opportunity to become certified as an InternetBusiness Associate or Microsoft Office Specialist (depending on the track chosen), which is useful whenapplying for college, and demonstrating career readiness. Students will also have a better understandingof working with teams to accomplish goals which mimics behaviors seen in an office environment. DigitalInformation Technology is the first course in the program that students will take in aninformation technology cluster. Finally, students may encounter partnership experiences with companies such as Microsoft, Certified Partners, Bank of America, CitiBank, Children’s Home Society of Florida, and others.
     

     
     
    The NJROTC program was established by Public Law in 1964 which may be found in Title 10, U.S. Code,Chapter 102. The program is conducted at accredited secondary schools throughout the nation, andtaught by instructors who are retired Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard officers and enlistedpersonnel. The NJROTC accredited curriculum emphasizes citizenship and leadership development, aswell as our maritime heritage, the significance of sea power, and naval topics such as the fundamentals ofnaval operations, seamanship, navigation and meteorology. Classroom instruction is augmentedthroughout the year by extra-curricular activities of community service, academic, athletic, drill andorienteering competitions, field meets, flights, visits to naval or other activities, marksmanship sportstraining, and physical fitness training. Electronic classroom equipment, textbooks, uniforms, educationaltraining aids, travel allowance, and a cost-share of instructors' salaries are provided by the Navy.
     
    What does the NJROTC program do?
     
    • Promotes Patriotism
    • Develops informed and responsible citizens
    • Develops respect for constructed authority
    • Develops leadership potential
    • Promotes high school completion
    • Promotes higher education
    • Promotes community service
    • Develops a high degree of personal honor, self-reliance, individual discipline and leadership
    • Promotes an understanding of the basic elements and need for national security
    • Provides information on the military services as a possible career* Provides an alternative to gangs* Provides incentive to live healthy and drug free
     
    What are the student enrollment eligibility requirements?
     
    • Be enrolled in and attending a regular course of instruction in a grade 9 through 12 at the schoolhosting the unit.
    • Be physically qualified to participate fully in the physical education program of the host school.
    • Be selected by the NJROTC instructor with the approval of the school principal or his/herrepresentative.
    • Maintain acceptable standards of academic achievement and an academic standing that warrants atleast normal progression leading to graduation.
    • Maintain acceptable standards of conduct.
    • Comply with specified personal grooming standards. Common sense and good judgment apply to theattainment of these standards. Standards will not be relaxed so as to reflect discredit upon the navalservice