Courses

ELL

Students learn speaking, listening and reading skills. This course helps students develop listening and oral communication skills and build the confidence of when speaking, reading and communicating in the English language.
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Emergency Medical Services

The Emergency Medical Services Basic class is a course of study intended to provide the student with a basic understanding of how to respond in a given emergency situation. The topics to be covered include: Scene Safety, Situational Awareness, Airway Management, Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), AED use, Basic Pharmacology, Bleeding…
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Physical Education

Instruction in various types of physical activity to promote the physical development and well-being of the individual. This involves organized sports, dance, and calisthenics. Games are also used to develop social skills that promote good sportsmanship and to create lifelong learners.
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Science and Math

Additional help in science and math for all grade levels. Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash.
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Social Studies

Additional help in social studies for all grade levels.
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English Language Arts

Additional help in English Language Arts for all grade levels. Photo by Nicole Honeywill on Unsplash.
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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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US History & Geography (Grade 9)

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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Teacher/Office Assistant

Students may serve as an office assistant in the main office, counseling center, career center, attendance office, library, etc. Tasks include filing, telephone answering, message delivery, and other general office tasks under the supervision of a staff member Students may assist a teacher with clerical duties, lab setup, equipment setup,…
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Peer Leadership

Peer Leadership is an elective course offered to juniors and seniors. The Peer Leaders serve as ambassadors of the school to our district in several ways. They meet on a weekly basis with the freshman students, and detail and discuss various aspects of the high school experience. Students will build…
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Health Education

Focuses on the teaching of behaviors for healthy living. It covers topics such as personal hygiene, nutrition, and sex education. Mental, social and emotional health issues are addressed as they impact choices regarding the use, misuse, and abuse of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
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Spanish 1-5

Spanish 1 Students will be introduced to Spanish culture and language. Students will be expected to speak in the target language, and almost all instruction will take place in the target language, at a very basic level. Students will learn fundamental grammar items such as the present tense of regular…
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Global History & Geography

Global Studies & History: The Contemporary World; The start of the Cold War; the end of European colonialism in Asia, Africa and the Middle East; economic development in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America since 1945; the role of women; the United Nations; sources of world conflict since 1945; the…
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English 12

World literature is the focus of the Senior curriculum and covers literature from all continents. Students work on their college application essay, write a research paper, and produce comparative literary essays. Students are required to make formal presentations, write analytic and creative essays, and read a book independently in preparation…
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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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English 10

British literature is the focus of the Sophomore curriculum, with a heavy emphasis on works by William Shakespeare. Students continue their progress as critical readers, writers, and thinkers. The stress is on writing analytical essays, but students also practice expository and persuasive strategies in preparation for the ELA Regents.
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Weight Training

An introduction to the proper skills and concepts of weight training, muscular development, strength and stamina are explored. Students develop and practice a personal program for weight training.
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Physical Education

Instruction in various types of physical activity to promote the physical development and well-being of the individual. This involves organized sports, dance, and calisthenics. Games are also used to develop social skills that promote good sportsmanship and to create lifelong learners
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Low Impact Aerobics

This program is designed to offer the students a wide variety of cardiovascular fitness activities in order to enhance physical wellness. Activities include: Step aerobics, High/Low impact, Yoga, Zumba, Kickboxing, Insanity, Cardio Drumming, Rope jumping, and track workouts. This program also offers a variety of strength training activities that include:…
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Body Conditioning and Toning

Designed for all students wishing to improve their overall strength, appearance, and body image through resistance and cardio-respiratory training.
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Advisory (All Grades)

Advisory is a key component in promoting the academic success of students in their college preparation.. Here students can monitor their progress under the guidance of a caring adult, build supportive relationships with peers and with their adviser, develop the behaviors that lead to success in school and beyond and…
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Public Speaking

This elective course will be given in two halves over the course of the year. The goal of the first half is to make students comfortable with speaking on everyday topics in front of their peers, before going on to hold planned panel discussions and give presentations on academic topics.…
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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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English 9

The grammar and composition component is focused on the study of grammar components, literary texts, vocabulary, and other related skills with the main objective to hone written and verbal communication. Types of writing produced include: reading responses, reflective essays, personal narratives, literary essays and creative assignments.
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AP US History

This college level course is offered to Advanced Juniors. This course is designed to provide students with the analytic skills and factual knowledge necessary to deal critically with the problems and issues in United States history. The course will develop the skills necessary to arrive at conclusions on the basis…
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AP English Literature & Composition

This course involves close and critical reading of outstanding works of literature from ancient to present times. Students analyze the writer’s craft and use of language to both better appreciate literature and to prepare for the AP examination.
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Music

Introductory course to general music. This encompasses music history, music composition and exposure to instrumental and vocal music.
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Visual Arts

Students will create works of art and reflect on their work through self and peer-to-peer critiques and student-to-teacher assessments. Students will learn about artists and art movements related to the concept and media of each unit. Students will develop an artist’s portfolio (with artist statements) and explore college programs of…
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Trigonometry

This is the third mathematics course in the high school sequence. In this course, the number system will be extended to include imaginary and complex numbers. Students will learn about polynomial, absolute value, radical, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Problem situations involving direct and indirect variation will be solved. Data…
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AP 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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Geometry

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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Algebra

This is the first mathematics course in high school. Algebra provides tools and develops ways of thinking that are necessary for solving problems in a wide variety of disciplines such as science, business, and fine arts. Linear equations, quadratic functions, absolute value, and exponential functions are studied. Coordinate geometry is…
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AP Bio

This college-level course is an in-depth study of all major areas of Biology with an emphasis on molecular mechanics, geared to the preparation for the AP exam. The course is taught through lecture, active classroom discussion, and laboratory projects. Students are tested on each unit and are graded on outlines…
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Chemistry

The following topics will be covered: the interaction between matter and energy, atomic structure, bonding, periodic trends, stoichiometry, solutions, kinetics and equilibrium, organic chemistry, nuclear energy, acid-base chemistry, and redox reactions.
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Earth Science

The following topics will be covered: earth dimensions, celestial motion, interaction between matter and energy, heat and gravity, interpreting and constructing maps (contour and profile) plate tectonics, age of the earth, origin of the solar system, seasons and insolation, weathering and erosion, minerals and rocks, landscapes, climate, and meteorology.
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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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