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Physical Science (9th)

In this course, students will be introduced to the stunning world they live in, as well as the universe around it. From the composition of air to icebergs to astrophysics,...

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Marine Biology (10th-11th)

Focus on biodiversity of marine ecosystems.   Text: Introduction to Marine Biology 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill, ISBN 978-0072509342

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Biology (10th)

Course covers the following topics: the study of life; Kingdoms Monera, Protista, Fungi, Animalia, Plantae; chemistry; the cell; ecology. Regular labs and dissections included.   Text: Biology, Miller & Levine,...

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Anatomy and Physiology (11th-12th)

Anatomy and Physiology is a course intended for the serious, college bound science student. It is a study about the structures and functions of living systems with primary emphasis on...

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Chemistry (11th)

Chemistry is an integral part of the world we live in. It is used to learn about everything from iPhone cases to medicine. Many majors in college require at least...

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Physics (12th)

This college prep physics course is designed for thee student who has completed algebra. Course will cover the basics of sine, cosine, and tangent, and use these in problem solving...

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Geometry (10th)

Geometry covers a variety of topics including: segments and angles; parallel and perpendicular lines; quadrilaterals; and other topics. Quizzes and tests will be given on a regular basis.   Text:...

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Algebra I (8th-9th)

Class includes the following topics: expressions; equations and functions; real numbers; linear equations and inequalities; exponents; polynomials and factoring; quadratic equations; radicals and geometry; rational equations and probability. Quizzes and...

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Algebra II (11th)

Class includes the following topics: equations and inequalities; linear equations and functions; linear systems and matrices; quadratic functions and factoring; polynomials; rational exponents and radical functions; exponential, logarithmic, and rational...

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Math for College Readiness (12th)

Course focuses on those skills necessary to be successful in college level math. Review of Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Can be used as preparation for college entrance exams...

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HS English I (9th)

Course covers English Basics in three areas: grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. Grammar rules will be reviewed and practiced. Vocabulary includes weekly lessons on vocal acquisition and practice. Reading comprehension...

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HS English II (10th)

In-depth discussion of literature, including: genre, terms, vocabulary, styles, focus, and authors. Selections include classics, fiction, poetry, romance, nonfiction, and drama. Written responses or vocabulary quizzes required for each story....

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HS English III (11th)

Course focuses on skills necessary to be able to analyze reading material for author’s purpose, cause and effect relationships, and understanding vocabulary in context. Course will review grammar rules and...

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HS English IV (12th)

Course will provide students with a curriculum similar to one used at the college level. Course will include discussions on and readings from classic and modern literature. Focus on research...

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HS World History (9th-10th) - FULL

This class is now full. Please call for alternative options. Course covers 32 chapters of world history from the beginnings of civilization through World War II, including the Middle Ages,...

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American History (10th)

An in-depth discussions of American History from Early Beginnings through Vietnam War. This class covers 31 chapters of a high school level textbook, including weekly readings and quizzes. Projects and...

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Government (Fall Semester)

This is a half credit course in the Fall semester.   Course covers the American party system within the framework of shared authority between the Federal Government and the States....

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Economics (Spring Semester)

This is a half credit course in the Spring semester.   Course covers every aspect of the U.S. economy, including a historical review, resources, gross domestic product, and other topics....

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Journalism and Public Speaking (9th-10th)

Public speaking has been ranked for years as American’s number one fear, yet speaking up and speaking out are necessary parts of successful every day life. Learn how to write...

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Health .5 Credit (9th-10th)

This is a half credit course in the Fall semester.   Content includes but is not limited to the following: human growth and development through adulthood; positive emotional development; nutrition...

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Psychology .5 Credit (9th-10th)

This is a half credit course in the Spring semester.   Course includes the following topics: research in psychology; psych and the brain; stages of development; behavior and abnormal psych....

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Art Appreciation (Fall Semester)

This is a half credit course in the Fall semester.    Art Appreciation involves learning about certain time periods, styles and techniques so that a person has a better understanding...

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Graphic Design (Spring Semester)

This is a half credit course in the Spring semester.   An introduction to the principles of graphic design field. This includes the study of typography, layout, production methods, and...

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Legal Studies (10th-12th)

A descriptive overview of the adult and juvenile system, from the commission of crimes and offenses through sentencing and appeal procedures.   Text: Criminal Law, Jocelyn Pollock, ISBN 978-1455730520

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Computer Literacy

Computer Literacy will teach students the most popular software programs used in an office setting, including typing skills and Microsoft Office programs. By the end of the two semester course,...

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Career Development (Spring Semester)

This is a half credit course in the Spring semester.   Career Development is designed to provide students with applicable life skills. Students will explore a variety of job paths,...

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Debate (Fall Semester)

This is a half credit course in the Fall semester.   An introductory course in the art of presenting an argument. Course covers a variety of topics including logic, affirmative...

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American Sign Language II

A continuation of American Sign Language I, students will continue to improve their ability to sign. According to the Modern Language Association’s statistics, American Sign Language (ASL) is the fourth...

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Spanish I (9th-10th)

Emphasis will be placed on the development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, and on acquisition of the fundaments of applied grammar. The main focus of this class is...

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Spanish II (10th-11th)

Course enables students to enhance proficiency in Spanish through a linguistic, communicative, and cultural approach to language learning. Continued emphasis on the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills....

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PreCalculus/Trigonometry (12th)

This course covers algebra, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. Quizzes and tests will be given regularly.   Text: Precalculus with Limits (2nd Edition), Brooks/Cole, ISBN 978-0538736596

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Drama

Drama is an introduction to the theatre. Students become acquainted with the history of the theatre and various significant plays. Areas of technical production such as make up, lighting, costuming,...

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SAT/ACT Math

Preparation for the math portion of the SAT and ACT tests.   Text: Official SAT Study Guide 2020 Edition, The College Board, ISBN 978-1457312199

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English Composition

Based on the Lost Tools of Writing curriculum, this is a very in-depth carefully placed course intended to insure students understand the writing process, thesis, context, purpose, and audience.  ...

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General English

Using popular genres, this course takes an in-depth look at literary analysis to enhance reading comprehension skills. Includes vocabulary acquisition and grammar review.   Curriculum provided by teacher.

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