Life Fitness

  • ID: 3669

This elective course allows students further study and physical fitness pursuit in our state-of-the-art fitness center.

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Math Strategies 1-4

  • ID: 3681

Math Strategies courses are available to students who need to build basic math skill before being ready for high-school level mathematics. The course involves a diagnostic assessment and targeted instruction in areas of need.  Four credits are available through Math Strategies, and the courses can be taken concurrently with high school level math courses to provide extra support.

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Medical Terminology

  • ID: 3686

Medical Terminology helps students understand the structure and meaning of medical terms and identify medical terminology associated with various body systems. As the health care industry becomes more and more complex, developing expertise in accurately and efficiently identifying medical terms and their specific application is essential to a growing variety of health care careers. This…

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Music Appreciation

  • ID: 3702

Teacher: Mr. Broilo

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Personal Psychology 1

  • ID: 3696

Self-knowledge is the key to self-improvement. More than 800,000 high school students take psychology classes each year. Among the different reasons, there is usually the common theme of self-discovery. Sample topics include the study of infancy, childhood, adolescence, perception and states of consciousness. The course features amazing online psychology experiments dealing with our own personal…

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Philosophy

  • ID: 3694

This course is an exciting adventure that covers more than 2,500 years of history. Despite their sometimes odd behavior, philosophers of the Western world are among the most brilliant and influential thinkers of all time. As you learn about these great thinkers, you’ll come to see how and where many of the most fundamental ideas of Western…

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Personal Psychology 2

  • ID: 3697

This course enriches the quality of students’ lives by teaching them to understand the actions of others. Topics include the study of memory, intelligence, emotion, health, stress and personality. This courses features exciting online psychology experiments involving the world around us. Teacher: Ms. Glantz

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Reading Strategies 1-4

  • ID: 3680

Reading Strategies courses are available to students who need to build basic reading skill before being ready for high-school level English.  The course involves a diagnostic assessment and targeted instruction in areas of need.  Four credits are available through Reading Strategies, and the courses can be taken concurrently with English 9-12 to provide reading support.

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Robotics 1-3

  • ID: 3699

In this course, scholars learn to build and control physical and virtual robots. Scholars will implement programming to complete challenges and tasks. Throughout the three courses, scholars will learn the VEX Robotics, BotBall, and DaRwin OP platforms. Teachers: Mr. Broilo and Mr. Valles

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Robotics Competition

  • ID: 3700

In this course, scholars will utilize skills learned in Robotics to compete in intramural and statewide championships in VEX and BotBall. Teachers: Mr. Valles and Mr. Broilo

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