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New Classes Scheduled for Coronado High School in the 2024-2025 School Year

Erica Merz
Coronado High School Production of Chicago! Teen Edition

New and exciting classes have made their way to the Coronado 2024-2025 school year catalog. Here’s the rundown on each.

Theater Makeup – Learn the basis of theater makeup, and explore specialized techniques including cuts and bruises, old age, time-period design and so much more!

Film Studies – Analyze novels and films in comparison with author and Hollywood film processes. Decide for yourself which was better, the movie or the book?

Digital Music – Want to work on your DJ skills? Through mixing rhythms, synth waves, percussion beats and melodies create digital music that will rock the house.

These new additions to the Coronado curriculum are meant to expand our amazing existing arts programs and help students develop specialized passions to share in the creative world. Arts not your vibe? Read about our two new social studies and science-based courses.

Biomedical Science – Obtain in depth technical skills while exploring the vast expansion of professions offered in the medical sciences. Practice clinical empathy, analyze outbreak data and medical design and health promotion in a way that transports skills to life and career options.

Sociology – Dive deep into human society and human behavior. What goes on when people work together, or stand apart? Understand societal problems and how to solve them.

Mr. Lobato, Coronado Vice-Principal, explains that these new programs are meant to “translate high school work into real life career-based skills” that will translate well into the real world, and other aspects of student life.

Be sure to ask your counselor when interested in specialized courses and check out the Coronado registration guide on the Coronado High School website at or download the app on Apple iTunes or Google Play Store.

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Abigail Esparza is a sophmore at Coronado High School; she has a passion for music and any and all arts! She is extremely dedicated to her academic journey and hopes to major in medicine one day. As an avid reader she strives to become an avid writer. She is also very tired, and kind of hungry.
Erica Merz, Staff Writer
Erica is a senior at Coronado High School; she is a Coronado Yearbook's Editor-In-Chief, is on the Varsity Volleyball team, and devotes her time to sports photography. Erica will be attending Kansas State University in the fall to pursue a News & Sports Media degree with the dream of becoming a sports journalist/photographer.

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