Secondary Courses Offered by Subject and Suggested Level

Mathematics

Algebra

Sec I

Geometry

Sec II

Consumer Mathematics (elective)

Sec I/II

Advanced Mathematics I (see course outcome statement for course prerequisites)

Sec III/IV

Advanced Mathematics II (Trig/Pre Calculus)

Sec III/IV

AP Calculus (Advanced Mathematics II as prerequisite)

Sec IV

AP Statistics

Sec III/IV

English

Literature I

Sec I

Writing I

Sec I

Literature II (Literature I is a prerequisite)

Sec II

Writing II (Writing I is a prerequisite)

Sec II

American Literature

Sec III

British Literature

Sec IV

Research Project

Sec IV

Technology (computer application), could begin as early as the 12 or 13 Year-Old level

Sec I

Media and Publications (students must have sufficient keyboarding skills)

Sec I or later

AP English Literature and Composition

Sec III/IV

AP English Language and Composition

Sec III/IV

Creative Writing

Sec I and above

Study Skills

Sec I and above

Genre Studies

Sec I and above

Critical Thought

Sec I and above

Cultural Studies

World Geography

Sec I

Modern World History

Sec II

U.S. History

Sec III

World Governments (5 outcomes)

Sec IV

World Economics (5 outcomes)

Sec IV

AP U.S. History

Sec III/IV

AP European History

Sec II/IV

AP World History

Sec III/IV

AP Comparative Government and Politics

Sec III/IV

AP Economics

Sec III/IV

AP Human Geography

Sec III/IV

AP Psychology

Sec III/IV

Psychology

Sec III/IV

Science

Biology (can be offered as Secondary I or II)

Sec I/II

Physical Science (recommended to be taken after or in conjunction with Algebra)

Sec I/II

Environmental Studies (5 outcomes)

Sec II/III

Micro Biology (5 outcomes)

Sec II/III

Discovery Science (elective)

Sec I/II/III

Chemistry

Sec III/IV

Physics (chemistry and physics may be alternated from year to year in cases of low student enrollment)

Sec III/IV

AP Biology

Sec III/IV

AP Chemistry

Sec III/IV

AP Physics 1 (student should be engaged in Advanced Math I [Algebra II])

Sec III/IV

AP Physics 2 (student must have successfully completed AP Physics 1)

Sec III/IV

AP Environmental Science

Sec III/IV

Physical Education & Health

Fitness (required for graduation)

Sec I and up

Life Time Sports

Sec I and up

Team Sports

Sec I and up

In Depth Sports (5 units connected with team sports)

 Sec I and up

 

 

Languages Other Than English

2 years required for graduation. It will be up to the individual school to decide what they want to offer.

Usually offered at the Sec I and up, sometimes at the 12/13 yr. levels

French I/II/III

 

Spanish I/II/III

 

Russian I/II/III/IV

 

Kazakh I/II/III/IV

 

 

 

Creative & Practical Arts

Art I These courses are available (10 units of creative arts required for the graduation class of 2003 and beyond)

12/13 Year Old and up

Art II

Sec I and up

AP Studio Art

Sec III/IV

Instrumental Music I/II/III

Sec I and up

Vocal Music I/II

Sec I and up

Dramatic Arts I/II

Sec I and above

Photography

Sec I and above