Civics is the study of the right and duties of citizens. Simply put, both you and I have certain rights and responsibilities as citizens of the United States. This course will explore the foundations of American Citizenship, the national government, political parties and interest groups, and the state and local government.

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Through this course, students will gain a foundation of the skills needed for college accounting courses, office work, and managing their own businesses. These skills are necessary for any student planning to major in Business in college. 

Accounting II
This course will introduce students to the basic accounting procedures used to operate a merchandising business formed as a sole proprietorship. It will also cover procedures used for a partnership. It will be a sound background for employment in office jobs and preparation for studying business courses in college. Prerequisite: Accounting I.

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Accounting II
This course will introduce students to the basic accounting procedures used to operate a merchandising business formed as a sole proprietorship. It will also cover procedures used for a partnership. It will be a sound background for employment in office jobs and preparation for studying business courses in college. Prerequisite: Accounting I.

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American Literature is a semester long course in which students will explore the creation of a uniquely American voice in literature by studying themes, forms, and writing styles across literary periods.  They will read speeches, essays, short stories and poems online from the Colonial Period, the Romantics, the Realists, the Moderns, and contemporary American Writers.   Central themes that travel across all of these literary periods are the American dream, nature, religion, war and death.  The course also includes several online videos, discussion forums, multimedia projects, and short writing assignments. Students will consider these essential questions:  What makes a literary voice uniquely American?  How have generations of American writers influenced each other?

This Literature course covers various types of writing such as: Short Stories; Poetry; Comic Books; Novels; Media Coverage and various other types of expression that impact American Culture such as video games; television and movies.

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This Literature course covers various types of writing such as: Short Stories; Poetry; Comic Books; Novels; Media Coverage and various other types of expression that impact American Culture such as video games; television and movies.

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This Advanced Placement Human Geography course will introduce students to the study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use and alteration of Earth's surface. In-depth units include topics of population, political organization, agriculture and rural land use, industrialization and economic development, and cities and urban land use.

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This Advanced Placement Human Geography course will introduce students to the study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use and alteration of Earth's surface. In-depth units include topics of population, political organization, agriculture and rural land use, industrialization and economic development, and cities and urban land use.

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This Advanced Placement Human Geography course will introduce students to the study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use and alteration of Earth's surface. In-depth units include topics of population, political organization, agriculture and rural land use, industrialization and economic development, and cities and urban land use.

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Astronomy is a course designed to give students a broad overview of the most interesting aspects of the study of the Universe. Since current research is proceeding faster than textbooks can keep up, this course is designed to be as flexible as possible, and it changes every term. The course covers the history of Astronomy (the oldest science) from the ancient Greeks to Einstein, Hubble, and Hawking; Space Race; Laws that govern the Universe; the Solar System with our Sun, the planets, and their moons; stars; galaxies; and Cosmology. We even take time to look at the possibility of alien lifeforms. The course is fun, current, and filled with lots of really interesting things for your enjoyment.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

Biology is the study of the interactions between living things and their environment, both internal and external. These interactions are studied by practical experience in the virtual laboratory and the class activities. Major areas investigated are cell division, cancer, DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis, Mendelian Genetics, Modern Genetics, and Human Body Systems. A capstone project finishes the course.

This course will explore the criminal justice system and the many different careers involved. Students will get to explore different topics from the Role of Judges, Lawyers, Police, Correctional Officers, the juvenile justice system, the workings of a court room and more. This unique course will help you better understand the complexities of the criminal justice system and the many career opportunities within that system.

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This course is intended for students who have an undeniable interest in learning to write poetry, description, and narration for an audience of both peers and the public. It includes a rigorous study of the qualities of good writing, including figurative language, content, focus, organization, and style as well as the reading and interpretation of various types of poetry, fiction and non-fiction that are considered models of good writing. The students will also read pieces that will be modeled in writing creatively. Students will make their work public through oral reading in class and are encouraged to submit work to our school newspaper on-line publications.

This class is an overview of the elements and principles of design that can apply to graphic design, interior design, architecture, fashion design, and engineering. And some fun design projects!

This class is an overview of the elements and principles of design that can apply to graphic design, interior design, architecture, fashion design, and engineering. And some fun design projects!

Learning to draw is like learning to see in a whole new way. Drawing helps you see the big picture when problem-solving. In this class, you'll learn about art history while you make practice drawings, portfolio drawings, and a visual journal that will help you improve your drawing skills, and create a web portfolio of your work.

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Learning to draw is like learning to see in a whole new way. Drawing helps you see the big picture when problem-solving. In this class, you'll do a daily visual journal as well as exercises that will help you draw well, and complete finished portfolio pieces.

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EmpowerU is a course to help students work on their personal growth each day with the support of daily coaching to help personalize the course to each student's goals and challenges.  Students set and meet goals in personal wellness, emotional wellness, social connection and academic wellness.  Through the course, students increase confidence, decrease anxiety, and meet goals and build resilience. Get ready for self-improvement!  This is fun!

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EmpowerU is a course to help students work on their personal growth each day with the support of daily coaching to help personalize the course to each student's goals and challenges.  Students set and meet goals in personal wellness, emotional wellness, social connection and academic wellness.  Through the course, students increase confidence, decrease anxiety, and meet goals and build resilience. Get ready for self-improvement!  This is fun!

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EmpowerU is a course to help students work on their personal growth each day with the support of daily coaching to help personalize the course to each student's goals and challenges.  Students set and meet goals in personal wellness, emotional wellness, social connection and academic wellness.  Through the course, students increase confidence, decrease anxiety, and meet goals and build resilience. Get ready for self-improvement!  This is fun!

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EmpowerU is a course to help students work on their personal growth each day with the support of daily coaching to help personalize the course to each student's goals and challenges.  Students set and meet goals in personal wellness, emotional wellness, social connection and academic wellness.  Through the course, students increase confidence, decrease anxiety, and meet goals and build resilience. Get ready for self-improvement!  This is fun!

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EmpowerU is a course to help students work on their personal growth each day with the support of daily coaching to help personalize the course to each student's goals and challenges.  Students set and meet goals in personal wellness, emotional wellness, social connection and academic wellness.  Through the course, students increase confidence, decrease anxiety, and meet goals and build resilience. Get ready for self-improvement!  This is fun!

This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

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This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

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This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

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This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

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This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

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This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

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Students in Environmental Science will be studying the interaction between humans and their environment. This will include looking at the cycling of nutrients, and how living and nonliving things work together.

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Students in Environmental Science will be studying the interaction between humans and their environment. This will include looking at the cycling of nutrients, and how living and nonliving things work together.

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In Film Studies, the student will learn how to appreciate movies in depth and on a variety of levels. To accomplish this, students will develop criteria for aesthetic awareness. They will increase their vocabulary and their understanding of the language of films. These goals will be accomplished by studying: film terminology, art direction, sound and music, animation, genres, and directors.

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In Film Studies, the student will learn how to appreciate movies in depth and on a variety of levels. To accomplish this, students will develop criteria for aesthetic awareness. They will increase their vocabulary and their understanding of the language of films. These goals will be accomplished by studying: film terminology, art direction, sound and music, animation, genres, and directors.

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Functions are correspondences or mappings that relate variables.  Functions could be considered the most important topic in secondary school mathematics.  Statistics and trigonometry are natural applications of functions that help students extend their mathematical skills and maturity as well as prepare them for future study in mathematics.  The purpose of this course is to study many types of functions in great detail with a strong emphasis on statistics and trigonometry.

Functions are correspondences or mappings that relate variables.  Functions could be considered the most important topic in secondary school mathematics.  Statistics and trigonometry are natural applications of functions that help students extend their mathematical skills and maturity as well as prepare them for future study in mathematics.  The purpose of this course is to study many types of functions in great detail with a strong emphasis on statistics and trigonometry.

Functions are correspondences or mappings that relate variables.  Functions could be considered the most important topic in secondary school mathematics.  Statistics and trigonometry are natural applications of functions that help students extend their mathematical skills and maturity as well as prepare them for future study in mathematics.  The purpose of this course is to study many types of functions in great detail with a strong emphasis on statistics and trigonometry.

In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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In Geography, the student will demonstrate essential skills using maps, globes, geographic information systems from a variety of sources.  The student will learn about various regions including human populations, regional patterns of cultural groups and political units; present patterns of economic activity; characteristics of local and global settlements, and how humans influence the environment and how they are influenced by it.

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Health Prep is intended for students who need two semester credits of Health to graduate from high school. It can be taken in middle school or early high school in preparation for Health Science. Students who need only one credit of Health should register for Health Science, but the enrolling school district must make the final determination on which course meets their graduation requirements.

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The objective of this course is to provide students with a study of topics for developing a healthy lifestyle. Students will be exposed to the latest information from the health field. Students will be expected to process and apply information in order to help develop healthy life plans.


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The objective of this course is to provide students with a study of topics for developing a healthy lifestyle. Students will be exposed to the latest information from the health field. Students will be expected to process and apply information in order to help develop healthy life plans.


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Independent Living will cover the basic skills and information needed to live on your own: Decision Making; Economic Systems; Managing your Money: taxes, banking and consumer credit; Building Financial Security: savings, investment, insurance; Making Spending Decisions; Housing, transportation and food.

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Independent Living will cover the basic skills and information needed to live on your own: Decision Making; Economic Systems; Managing your Money: taxes, banking and consumer credit; Building Financial Security: savings, investment, insurance; Making Spending Decisions; Housing, transportation and food.

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Independent Living will cover the basic skills and information needed to live on your own: Decision Making; Economic Systems; Managing your Money: taxes, banking and consumer credit; Building Financial Security: savings, investment, insurance; Making Spending Decisions; Housing, transportation and food.

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Dev for Intermediate Chess course. Shell created 2022-05-25 for Matt Henderson.

Introduction to Business is designed to show what businesses are, how they are operated and how they are managed. You will explore business opportunities and learn how to make informed economic decisions in our global economy.

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Introduction to Business is designed to show what businesses are, how they are operated and how they are managed. You will explore business opportunities and learn how to make informed economic decisions in our global economy.

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Welcome to a great introduction course for everyone living in our technological world today. We will be introducing HTML, PHP and Linux as our developmental environment.

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Japanese 2a is the first semester of Japanese 2, which is the second year of Japanese.

Japanese 2b is the second semester of Japanese 2, which is the second year of Japanese.

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This course examines the history, principles, and practices of varied genres of journalism with emphasis on writing news, features, interviews, and editing.

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Young people consume hundreds of images daily -- advertisements, memes, videos, games, websites and more. Media Literacy encourages students to examine these images critically and to develop a greater awareness of the way we are rhetorically influenced.

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Young people consume hundreds of images daily -- advertisements, memes, videos, games, websites and more. Media Literacy encourages students to examine these images critically and to develop a greater awareness of the way we are rhetorically influenced.

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Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas

Do you know what skills you will need to financially navigate the next five years of your life? Are you constantly wondering where your money went and why you don’t have enough? This course is a MUST before you graduate and gain financial independence from your parents. 84 percent of 18 – 22 year-olds admit that they wish they had gotten more financial management education in high school before they were personally responsible for their own money management (Credit.com, 2013). In fact, 7.2 percent of students drop out of college because of debt or financial pressures before graduating, leaving them with all the debt and stress, but no college degree. Laying a strong financial foundation gives you the opportunity to someday have the home, cars and lifestyle you dream about. Personal Finance is designed to develop your knowledge of financial management through hands-on training in financial goals and budgeting. You will develop tools for financial success, saving, investment and credit. Highly recommended for seniors!


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Do you know what skills you will need to financially navigate the next five years of your life? Are you constantly wondering where your money went and why you don’t have enough? This course is a MUST before you graduate and gain financial independence from your parents. 84 percent of 18 – 22 year-olds admit that they wish they had gotten more financial management education in high school before they were personally responsible for their own money management (Credit.com, 2013). In fact, 7.2 percent of students drop out of college because of debt or financial pressures before graduating, leaving them with all the debt and stress, but no college degree. Laying a strong financial foundation gives you the opportunity to someday have the home, cars and lifestyle you dream about. Personal Finance is designed to develop your knowledge of financial management through hands-on training in financial goals and budgeting. You will develop tools for financial success, saving, investment and credit. Highly recommended for seniors!


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Do you know what skills you will need to financially navigate the next five years of your life? Are you constantly wondering where your money went and why you don’t have enough? This course is a MUST before you graduate and gain financial independence from your parents. 84 percent of 18 – 22 year-olds admit that they wish they had gotten more financial management education in high school before they were personally responsible for their own money management (Credit.com, 2013). In fact, 7.2 percent of students drop out of college because of debt or financial pressures before graduating, leaving them with all the debt and stress, but no college degree. Laying a strong financial foundation gives you the opportunity to someday have the home, cars and lifestyle you dream about. Personal Finance is designed to develop your knowledge of financial management through hands-on training in financial goals and budgeting. You will develop tools for financial success, saving, investment and credit. Highly recommended for seniors!


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During this course students will enhance their personal fitness through Individual & Team Sports and Aerobic Activities. Students discover their prefered way to exercise and learn what it takes to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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During this course students will enhance their personal fitness through Individual & Team Sports and Aerobic Activities. Students discover their prefered way to exercise and learn what it takes to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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A Personal Fitness Profile is developed through evaluating individual levels of fitness, decision-making and goal setting.

This course is created to help you discover health-related fitness as it pertains to YOU!
Note: Phy Ed 1: Skill-Related Fitness is NOT a pre-requisite for this course.

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A Personal Fitness Profile is developed through evaluating individual levels of fitness, decision-making and goal setting.

This course is created to help you discover health-related fitness as it pertains to YOU!
Note: Phy Ed 1: Skill-Related Fitness is NOT a pre-requisite for this course.

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A Personal Fitness Profile is developed through evaluating individual levels of fitness, decision-making and goal setting.

This course is created to help you create and implement your own Fitness Plan.
Note: Phy Ed 1 and 2 ARE NOT pre-requisites for this course.

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A Personal Fitness Profile is developed through evaluating individual levels of fitness, decision-making and goal setting.

This course is created to help you create and implement your own Fitness Plan.
Note: Phy Ed 1 and 2 ARE NOT pre-requisites for this course.

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This course focuses on two main area of Mathematics:
1. Probability

  • The basics of probability.
  • Use organizational strategies to calculate possible outcomes for events.
  • Use mathematical methods to solve number of outcomes and probabilities.
  • Learn about expected value and how it relates to our world today.

2. Statistics

  • Learn the vocabulary of statistics
  • Understand and use proper techniques and data analysis methods to conduct a statistical study.
  • Use different methods to display data.
  • Draw conclusions and identify significant trends using data.

 

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This course focuses on two main area of Mathematics:
1. Probability

  • The basics of probability.
  • Use organizational strategies to calculate possible outcomes for events.
  • Use mathematical methods to solve number of outcomes and probabilities.
  • Learn about expected value and how it relates to our world today.

2. Statistics

  • Learn the vocabulary of statistics
  • Understand and use proper techniques and data analysis methods to conduct a statistical study.
  • Use different methods to display data.
  • Draw conclusions and identify significant trends using data.

 

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This course serves as a basic introduction to the field of psychology. Topics include: Scientific methods; Biological psychology Perception; Altered States; Learning; Memory; Cognition; Intelligence; Human Development; Motivation; Emotions; Personality; Social psychology; Abnormal psychology and Therapy

This course is based on Frank Herbert's novel Dune, the best-selling Science Fiction novel of all time. In addition to reading and analyzing the book, students will consider how the themes and metaphors presented are reflected in modern society and their own lives. The novel is considered to be at a 9th grade reading level though may be somewhat advanced for younger readers. (The novel takes approximately 15-20 hours to read, depending on your reading habits and speed. The audio version is about 21 hours.)

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Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas
Mentor Connection is a year-long advanced learning experience for high school seniors or juniors who seek academic challenge and who are ready to explore their goals for the future by participating in advanced study under the guidance of a professional in one of the following fields:
  • Arts: dance, writing, music, sculpture, design, photography, architecture, theater
  • Medical: any medical specialty, including nontraditional medicine
  • Social Science: law, psychology, economics, social work, community service, politics, business, or other areas

Speech Communications is an elective course that will provide students with the basic skills needed in a variety public and daily interaction within society. We will study historical and famous speeches, types of speeches, and speech skills. Students will learn the essentials parts of speech. Students are expected to deliver speeches to the instructor via various modes every week. Students may use: http://screencast-o-matic.com, Skype, Face Time, Google vtalk, Yahoo Messenger, or recording yourselves with a video camera or phone.

Syllabus

Students in this course will explore the literature of world cultures through short stories, epic poetry and novel forms. The course will explore universal themes and work to foster an understanding of the commonalities shared by all people as well as differences created by cultures. Students will hone critical thinking skills through analytical assignments as well as compare and contrast writing.  In addition, they will make and support assertions about different texts and extend their thinking to related ideas.

 

Students will complete coursework in an online community and will have scheduled online meetings with the instructor as needed.

Course Syllabus

Students in this course will explore the literature of world cultures through short stories, epic poetry and novel forms. The course will explore universal themes and work to foster an understanding of the commonalities shared by all people as well as differences created by cultures. Students will hone critical thinking skills through analytical assignments as well as compare and contrast writing.  In addition, they will make and support assertions about different texts and extend their thinking to related ideas.

 

Students will complete coursework in an online community and will have scheduled online meetings with the instructor as needed.

Course Syllabus

Students work with their teacher through a process of brainstorming ideas, planning with an audience and purpose in mind, drafting, revising, and final editing on essay topics of the student's choice. In addition to the general feedback they receive about each step of the process, students also identify their own particular concerns about their writing. The teachers use the students' questions about writing to individualize the writing process and help students discover ways to make their writing more clear and effective.

Course Syllabus