HUHS Bundled & Cohort Programs
HUHS Bundled & Cohort Programs

BUNDLED COURSES

A bundled course pairs multiple classes together so that the curriculum can be offered in a more flexible and integrated approach. Multiple teachers team together for bundled courses. The key learning targets for each course will remain the same but blending the curriculum and scheduled course periods provides more flexibility and creativity in teaching and learning the curriculum. This model is focused on:

  • Creating the best rigorous education option for ALL students.

  • Meeting the needs of diverse learners through project-based curriculum and instruction by highly skilled teachers.
  • Creating a meaningful, integrated education focused on skills for college and career.
  • Allowing for student “voice and choice.”

In their freshman year, students may participate in the Freshmen Cohort , a teaching and learning model in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time. Students are enrolled in a three-period blocked period that consists of English 9, World Cultures, Biology, and Health. It will be worth a total of 3.5 credits.

In the sophomore year, students may select from two bundled course options by enrolling in either one or both of the options. The humanities bundle includes English 10, Government & US History, and Evolution of Marketing for a total of 2.5 credits. The STEM bundle includes Integrated Physics and Chemistry, Math (Geometry/Honors Geometry/Honors Pre-Calculus), and Applied Technologies for a total of 2.5 credits.

In the junior or senior year, students may take the AP Biology and AP Psychology courses as a bundle. While these courses may be taken separately, students who take these courses in a bundled course option will be able to integrate the course topics and concepts to provide a deeper understanding and transfer of content. Students taking this bundle will be prepared to take the AP exams in May.

  • Hartford Union High School District
  • 805 Cedar Street, Hartford, WI 53027
  • Phone: 262-670-3200 • Fax: 262-673-8943