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Biology

This introductory course provides a survey of biology’s diverse fields of study. Topics covered include ecology, evolution, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, Mendelian genetics, bioethics, diversity of life, human anatomy and physiology, and botany. Concepts...

Film Production 1

In this foundation-building course, students engage in a variety of exercises designed to develop fundamental knowledge and a basic understanding of film production. Skills covered include camera operation, story development, basic shot composition, project planning...

French 1

Designed for students with little or no previous experience, this course introduces students to communication in French. Using an immersion method, students develop skills in speaking, listening, writing, and reading. Components include audio, video and...

French 2

Students in this course continue with the immersion method. The course begins with a review of key contexts and structures from French 1 and continues to deepen students’ command of French language communication through study...

French 3

This course focuses on transitioning from acquisition to application of language through the study of culture and literature. Following a review of key contexts and structures from French 2, the course continues to expand students’...

Gardening

Students who participate in the gardening class are responsible for watering, weeding and maintaining beds, turning the mulch pile and spreading it into the beds, picking and delivering seasonal produce, and erecting/dismantling growing structures. In...

Geometry

Two- and three-dimensional figures are studied in this course, with an emphasis on concrete, numerically based examples. Topics covered include area, volume, congruence, similarity, the Pythagorean Theorem, and trigonometric ratios. The ability to generalize and...

Intensive Geometry with Trigonometry

All of the topics of Geometry are covered at a faster pace and in greater depth. The course material is extended to include proof writing, compass and straightedge constructions, coordinate geometry, and transformations. To form...

Holistic Health

This required sophomore course allows students to explore dimensions of health and wellness that are developmentally appropriate for 16-year-olds, as an area of knowledge as well as a set of practical life skills. Topics include...
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