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Film Production 2

Students in this course will work in a highly collaborative, workshop-based class to expand their knowledge of film production and analysis and to improve on the skills introduced in Film Production I. The focus of...

Producing Peace: Civic Media Literacy & Production

This course will equip students with 21st century media literacy skills necessary to be critical consumers and active producers of media so that they may productively engage in civic dialogue and global citizenship. Specifically, students...

AP US Government & Politics

This course is designed to empower students to be active, informed, and engaged citizens with an in-depth knowledge of the American political system and government. Through rigorous project based learning and experiential learning, students in...

IB Latin 4

Students in IB SL Latin 4 complete IB Standard Level curriculum and are encouraged to take the IB SL exam. The IB standard-level readings change from year to year, but often include selections from Ovid’s...

Producing Peace: Civic Media Literacy & Production

This course will equip students with 21st century media literacy skills necessary to be critical consumers and active producers of media so that they may productively engage in civic dialogue and global citizenship. Specifically, students...

Further Mathematics: Linear Algebra

This course is an introduction to the tools and techniques of linear algebra. Topics studied include vectors and matrices, vector spaces and dimension, determinants, eigenvalues, matrix factorization, and applications to graphs, dynamics, and probability. Where...

Further Mathematics: Discrete Mathematics & Number Theory

This course provides a proof-based introduction to elementary number theory and discrete mathematics. Topics from number theory include the Euclidean algorithm and prime factorization, congruences and modular arithmetic, Fermat’s and Wilson’s theorems, as well as...

Animal Behavior

This semester course is designed to introduce students to the major topics in animal behavior, or ethology, from a sociobiological point of view. It hopes to familiarize students with some general non-human behaviors such as...

IB Chinese Seminar

This class is conducted entirely in Chinese and active oral participation is key. Students use authentic Chinese-language materials such as articles, short stories, videos, websites, and feature-length films to explore a variety of topics relevant...

Independent Science Research

This non-traditional course provides the student who enrolls the opportunity to further develop a keen interest in science through cooperation with a mentor and the coordinating George School teacher. Students who enroll must identify and...
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