Course Isotope 5

Probability and Statistics

Decisions or predictions are often based on data—numbers in context.
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Calculus

Calculus is a branch of mathematics that involves the study of rates of change.
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Visual Layout and Design

The Visual Layout and Design course will explore historical events, visual concepts and principles of visual design, including design elements, composition, form, color theory, and basic image making, message development and elements of visual story telling. Students will also dive into the practice of design by creating visual design projects.…
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Civics for All

Students will study the foundations of American democracy and the origins of American government. Emphasis is placed on the Constitution and the rights and responsibilities of citizens in a democratic society. In addition, the roles of political parties, campaigns & elections, public opinion, and the media will also be considered.
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Student Leadership

Student Leadership is a course that allows students the opportunity to develop and evaluate their own leadership qualities.
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AP Spanish Language and Culture

The AP Spanish Language and Culture course emphasizes communication (understanding and being understood by others) by applying interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in real-life situations
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Pre-Calculus

Pre-Calculus weaves together previous study of algebra, geometry, and mathematical functions into a preparatory course for calculus. The course focuses on mastery of critical skills and exposure to new skills necessary for success in subsequent math courses. Throughout the course, Common Core standards are taught and reinforced as the student…
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Physics

In this course, students will utilize scientific practices to discover knowledge and overarching concepts related to physical science. Students will recognize unifying themes that integrate the major topics of Physics including one-dimensional and two-dimensional motion, accelerated and circular motion, and momentum. Students will also explore energy, charging and electrical circuits,…
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Living Environment

In this required course, the following topics will be covered: measurement, scientific method, research design, microscopy, organization and classification, molecular biology, animal and plant maintenance, homeostasis, disease and immunity, genetic inheritance, mitosis and meiosis, protein synthesis, genetic engineering, human reproductive systems, evolution, and ecology.
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Statistics

This is a full-year course in college-level statistics that culminates with the Advanced Placement examination. Topics include: exploring data, planning a statistical study, methods of data collection, producing models using probability theory and simulation, and statistical inference.
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US History & Geography (Grade 11)

Term 1 covers the role of geography in United States history; constitutional foundations of American society through the closing of the frontier. Term 2 covers America from the Progressive Era to the present. This one year course terminates with the US History and Government Regents Exam.
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Participation & Government

The principles of government, politics and law; roles and rights of citizenship; political party system; legal obligations;public policy; and political participation.
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Physics

In this course, students will utilize scientific practices to discover knowledge and overarching concepts related to physical science. Students will recognize unifying themes that integrate the major topics of Physics including one-dimensional and two-dimensional motion, accelerated and circular motion, and momentum. Students will also explore energy, charging and electrical circuits,…
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Anatomy & Physiology

This course will enable students to develop an understanding of the relationships between the structures and functions of the human body. Students will also learn the mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within the human body. This course will involve laboratory activities, projects, dissections, models, diagrams, and journal writings.
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English 11

American literature is the focus of the Junior curriculum with a theme that explores what it means to be American, the role of literature in shaping the American identity, and the power of the American dream. Students are exposed to research skills and develop deeper analytic thinking and writing skills.…
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Geometry Section II

This is the second mathematics course in the high school sequence. In this course, students will have the opportunity to make conjectures about geometric situations and prove in a variety of ways that their conclusion follows logically from their hypothesis. Congruence and similarity of triangles will be established using appropriate…
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AP World History

World History focuses on developing students’ abilities to think conceptually about world history from approximately 8000 BCE to the present and apply historical thinking skills as they learn about the past. Five themes of equal importance — focusing on the environment, cultures, state-building, economic systems, and social structures — provide…
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