Academics

Course Offerings

English

English I – IV and English Honors

AP English Language & Composition

AP English Literature & Composition

English Language Development I-III

Literature for International Students I and II

 

Mathematics

Algebra I – II and Algebra Honors

Geometry and Geometry Honors

Pre-calculus and Pre-calculus Honors

AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC

Calculus and Calculus Honors

 

Laboratory Sciences

Biology and Biology Honors

AP Biology

Chemistry and Chemistry Honors

AP Chemistry 

Physics and Physics Honors 

AP Physics 1

AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based

AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

AP Physics C: Mechanics

 

Social Studies

World History and World History Honors

AP World History

U.S. History and U.S. History Honors

Social Studies for European Students

 

U.S. Government

AP U.S. History

AP U.S. Government and Politics

AP European History to Social Studies

AP Economics, Macro and Micro

 

Languages

Spanish I -IV and Spanish Honors 

AP Spanish Language and Culture

AP Chinese Language and Culture

AP Japanese Language and Culture

 

Athletics

Physical Education (includes soccer, skiing, snowboarding, and a variety of seasonal mountain sports).

 

Electives (some courses not offered every semester)

Studio Art

AP Studio Art

Performing Arts

Photography

Digital Filmmaking

Music

Environmental Science

Astronomy

 

Other Courses

Other courses may be offered on a tutorial basis; contact us for more information.

 

To graduate, a student completes 280 credits, including four years of English, four years of social studies, three years of mathematics, three years of science, and three years of foreign language.

* AP means “Advanced Placement” and students may earn college credit with successful completion of each AP course and the national AP examination. AP Courses are only offered with valid student interest and staff qualification. 

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– Napoleon Hill