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Algebra I

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1 Unit
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Mathematics
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Grades: 9
Algebra I – is a full year, high school credit course that is intended for the student who has successfully mastered the core algebraic concepts covered in the prerequisite course, Pre-Algebra. Within the Algebra I course, the student will explore basic algebraic fundamentals such as evaluating, creating, solving and graphing... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

Algebra II

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1 Unit
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Mathematics
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Grades: 11
Algebra II – is a full-year, high school math course intended for the student who has successfully completed the prerequisite course Algebra I. This course focuses on algebraic techniques and methods in order to develop student understanding of advanced number theory, concepts involving linear, quadratic and polynomial functions, and pre-calculus... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

Biology

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1 Unit
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Science
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Grades: 10
Biology is intended to expose students to the designs and patterns of living organisms and their interactions with the environment. In preceding years, students should have developed a foundational understanding of life sciences. Expanding on that, this Biology course will incorporate more abstract knowledge. The student’s understanding should encompass both... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible
  • State Certified

Chemistry

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1 Unit
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Science
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Grades: 11
Chemistry is intended to provide a more in-depth study of matter and its interactions. In preceding years students should have developed an understanding for the macroscopic properties of substances and been introduced to the microstructure of substances. This chemistry course will expand upon that knowledge, further develop the microstructure of... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

Earth Science

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1 Unit
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Science
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Grades: 8, 9
Earth Science is a basic science course intended to further explore the designs and patterns of our planet. This course covers such areas as the origin, history, and structure of the earth. It also covers forces that cause change on the earth and features of the earth including the crust,... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

Economics

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1 Unit
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Social Studies
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Grades: 12
Economics is a semester-long course, created to provide students with a strong foundation in basic economic principles. The course helps students to investigate several economic questions, such as: What is economics? How does scarcity influence the way people make decisions? In what ways does the market mechanism allocate resources to... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

English I

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1 Unit
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English Language Arts
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Grades: 9
Students should enter this course with a foundation in fiction, drama, poetry, mythology, and nonfiction. This course will provide them with the opportunity to build on that foundation. They will engage in in-depth analysis of more complex literature, view that literature from its historical perspective, and connect it to other... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

English II

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1 Unit
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English Language Arts
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Grades: 10
English II students will study literature that spans centuries, continents, and genres. Each of the four thematically-integrated units encourages close study of this literature and its context. Students will gain valuable cultural insight as they read and write about works depicting the social, personal, religious, and political struggles and triumphs... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

English III

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1 Unit
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English Language Arts
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Grades: 11
English III is a survey of American Literature and literary culture from its inception through the twentieth century. Students will explore the major literary forms, themes, authors, and periods of American Literature. They will understand how this literature represents the experiences of people native to America, those who immigrated to... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible

English IV

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1 Unit
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English Language Arts
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Grades: 12
By English IV, students have repeatedly peered through the window to humanity that literature has opened for them. Through it, they have gained valuable perspective on their world, past and present. Close-textual interaction with literature should have heightened appreciation for those texts, improved critical and analytical skills in reading and... Read More
  • NCAA Eligible