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Course Enrollment for 2019-2020

Course enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year will take place in advisory February 4th- February 22nd.

USD 500 Diploma Plus Opportunities

Bio+ Program

CVS Pharmacy Internship

Emergency Medical Technician

Tech Impact @ Cerner Corporation 



Career Academies

JC Harmon is divided into 3 career academies for student exploration.

ACE- Architecture, Construction, Computer Science, Engineering

BW- Business & Web Design

HHS- Health, Human & Public Service



TEC Enrollment for 11th & 12th Grade Students

If you are on track and on time for graduation, and interested in earning free technical education through KCKCC here are the steps to get started:

1. Identify your program of interest from the list below. 

2. Apply for admission at

3. See your advisor or counselor to get an enrollment form for the college. 


TEC Programs for High School Students

Auto Collision Repair

Auto Technology

Building and Property Maintenance

Computer Repair

Construction Technology

Cosmetology (seniors only)


Early Childhood Education

Electrical Technology

Facilities Management

Heating and Refrigeration

Health Careers (seniors only)

Machine Technology

Major Appliance Technology

Multimedia/Video Production

Nail Technician

Networking Technology

Office Assistant

Professional Cooking

Welding Technology


USD 500 Graduation Requirements

4.5 English credits

4 math credits

3 history credits

3 science credits- including biology and physical science or chemistry

1 physical education credit

2 career and technical credits

1 fine arts credit

6.5 elective credits 


Courses for College Credit

Are you interested in earning college credit in high school? The courses below are available for Harmon students while still in high school. To qualify for these courses the student must take and earn a qualifying score on the Accuplacer exam and apply for admission through KCKCC at 


American Government (3 hours)

Biology (3 credit hours)

Calculus (3 credit hours) 

Chemistry (3 credit hours)

College Algebra (5 credit hours)

Composition 1 (3 credit hours)

Composition 2 ( 3 credit hours)

French 1 & 2 (10 credit hours)

Intro to Literature (3 credit hours)

Intro to Physics (3 credit hours)

Psychology ( 3 credit hours)

Public Speaking (3 credit hours)

Sociology (3 credit hours)

Spanish 1 & 2 (10 hours)

Statistics (3 credit hours)

Trigonometry (2 credit hours)

US History since 1787 ( 3 credit hours)