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AP English Literature and Composition:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). Students will develop an in-depth understanding of literature and will learn how to analyze the texts. Students will also learn the skills needed to successfully take the AP exam.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course

 

AP English Language and Composition:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). Students will examine famous literature and will improve their comprehension and writing skills Students will also learn the skills needed to successfully take the AP exam.

Grades: 10 -12

Length: This is a full year course

 

AP World History: 

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). Students will examine key dates/events in history and how they relate to modern times. Students will also learn the skills needed to successfully take the AP exam.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP European History:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). Students will examine key dates/events in Europe’s history and how they relate to modern times. Students will also learn the skills needed to successfully take the AP exam.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course

 

AP US History:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). Students will examine key dates/events in the United States’s history and how they relate to modern times. Students will also learn the skills needed to successfully take the AP exam.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course

AP US Government and Politics:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). Students will learn about how political parties functions and about the relationships between the various branches of the US government. Students will also learn the skills needed to successfully take the AP exam.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course

 

AP Human Geography:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). Students will learn to better understand how human behaviors and customs affect the geographical properties of the world . Students will also learn the skills needed to successfully take the AP exam.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course

 

AP Calculus AB:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. AP Calculus AB is the study of limits, derivatives, definite and indefinite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus . Consistent with AP philosophy, concepts will be expressed and analyzed geometrically, numerically, analytically, and verbally.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Calculus BC:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. The Advanced Placement Calculus BC course is equivalent to both the Calculus I and Calculus II college-level courses. AP Calculus BC builds upon prior knowledge in previous mathematics course work. Students will explore topics within the four big ideas covered in the course: (1) limits, (2) derivatives, (3) integrals and (4) series. This course allows students to gain conceptual understanding through discussions, group activities and investigations. Students will learn how to use the graphing calculator to help solve problems, experiment, interpret results, and support conclusions.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

AP Microeconomics:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. The AP Microeconomics course provides students with an understanding of the principles of economics as they apply to individual decision-making units, including individual households and firms. The course examines the theory of consumer behavior, the theory of the firm, and the behavior of profit-maximizing firms under various market structures. Students evaluate the efficiency of the outcomes with respect to price, output, consumer surplus, and producer surplus. They examine the behaviors of households and businesses in factor markets, and learn how the determination of factor prices, wages, interest, and rent influence the distribution of income in a market economy.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

AP Macroeconomics:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. The AP Microeconomics is intended to give students a thorough understanding of the principles of economics that apply to an economic system as a whole. Such a course places particular emphasis on the study of national income and price-level determination and also develops students’ familiarity with economic performance measures, the financial sector, stabilization policies, economic growth and international economics.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Statistics:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. The AP Statistics course will focus on four major themes: exploratory data analysis, designing studies, probability models and simulation, and statistical inference. Students develop strategies for collecting, organizing, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data.  Students design, administer, and tabulate results from surveys and experiments. Probability and simulations aid students in constructing models for chance phenomena. Sampling distributions provide the logical structure for confidence intervals and hypothesis tests.  Students use a TI-83 graphing calculator and Web-based java applets and activities to investigate statistical concepts.  To develop effective statistical communication skills, students are required to prepare frequent written and oral analyses of real data.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Biology:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Biology is an intensive course designed to be the equivalent of an introductory biology course taken in college. The emphasis is on developing an understanding of biological concepts. The student should understand and appreciate the science of biology as a process and a personal experience in scientific inquiry that develops their problem solving and critical thinking skills. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Chemistry:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). This course is designed to be the equivalent of the general chemistry course taken during the first year of college. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of chemical and mathematical problem solving. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

AP Physics 1:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Physics 1 is an algebra-based, first-time physics course covering mechanics, waves, and electricity.  The AP Physics 1 course is ideal for all college-bound, high school students.  For those who intend to major in math or the core sciences, Physics 1 is a great introduction to college level work. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course

 

AP Physics 2:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Physics II is an algebra-based physics course equivalent to a second-semester college course in physics. Students enrolled in this course will learn fluid mechanics; thermodynamics; electricity and magnetism; optics; atomic and nuclear physics. This course is intended for students with strong mathematical skills who enjoy scientific inquiry and are interested in a variety of physics topics. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Physics C: Mechanics :

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Physics C: Mechanics is equivalent to a calculus-based, college-level physics course, especially appropriate for students planning to specialize or major in physical science or engineering. The course explores topics such as kinematics; Newton’s laws of motion; work, energy and power; systems of particles and linear momentum; circular motion and rotation; and oscillations and gravitation. Introductory differential and integral calculus is used throughout the course. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Environmental Science:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). The goal of this course is to provide students with the scientific background needed to understand how the Earth works and how we, as human beings, fit into the that process. At the end of the course, it is expected that students will be able to identify and analyze environmental problems as well as the risks associated with these problems and understand what it is to be a steward in the environment, studying how to live their lives in a more sustainable manner. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

AP Psychology:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). The AP Psychology course is designed to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals.  Students are exposed to the psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each of the major sub-fields within psychology.  In addition, students learn about the ethics and methods psychologists use in their science and practice. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Computer Science A

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central (Click Here). The AP Computer Science A course is designed to introduce students to the principles and logic based structures of computer programs. The course emphasizes object-oriented programming methodology, especially problem solving and algorithm development, plus an overview of data structures and abstraction.This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

*Additional AP courses are available upon request.