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  1. MATHEMATICS
    MS Math Pre-Algebra Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 Pre-Calculus **special note: Parents can choose to alternate Algebra 2 and Geometry. Our first recommendation if the schedule allows is to take Geometry first to allow the student to gain another year of academic maturity to attack the more difficult concepts in Algebra 2.
    **special note: Parents can choose to alternate Algebra 2 and Geometry. Our first recommendation if the schedule allows is to take Geometry first to allow the student to gain another year of academic maturity to attack the more difficult concepts in Algebra 2.
  2. MS LANGUAGE ARTS
    MS Language Arts
    This class is a 2-year rotation so that students can take this in both 7th and 8th grades if desired
  3. HS LITERATURE
    HS Literature 1 World Literature (10th and up) American Literature (11th and up)
    HS Literature 1 covers the basics of literary analysis to build a foundation for future literature courses. Either HS Lit 1 or a comparative course/knowledge is required for the next two courses
  4. HS WRITING/GRAMMAR
    HS Writing/Grammar 1 (9th and up) HS Writing/Grammar 2 College Prepatory Writing
    *NOTE: BOTH HS Writing/Grammar 2 and College Prep Writing require successful completion of the previous course OR a submitted writing sample to teacher for final placement approval.
  5. MS/HS SOCIAL SCIENCES
    MS American History* MS Civics/Geography* HS Geography HS World History HS American History Govt/Econonics OR Civics/Pers Finance**
    *NOTE: The two middle school classes can be taken in any order. **NOTE: Govt/Econ is geared towards the 4-yr college bound student and Civics/Pers Finance is geared towards the trade or community college bound student.
  6. MS/HS SCIENCE
    MS General Science (7th-8th) Physical Science (8th-9th) Forensics (9th and up) Biology (9th and up) Chemistry (10th and up)* Physics (11th and up)
    *NOTE: Chemistry students should either be in or have completed Algebra 2