Course Catalog
K- 12 
Elementary Courses
Language Arts
Math 
Social Studies
Science
Art
Foreign Languages
Middle School Courses
Language Arts
Math 
Social Studies
Science
Art
Foreign Languages
Language Arts
Math 
Social Studies
Science
Art
Foreign Languages
High School Courses

Elementary Courses:(K-6)

English

Language Arts K

Language Arts 1

Language Arts  2

Language Arts  3

Language Arts  4

Language Arts  5

Language Arts  6

 

Math

Math  K

Math 1

Math  2

Math  3

Math Iguana 4

Math Iguana 5

Math Transition 6

 

Science

Science Iguana K

Science Iguana 1

Science Iguana 2

Science Iguana 3

Science Iguana 4

Science Iguana 5

Science Transition 6

 

Social Studies

Social Studies Iguana K

Social Studies Iguana 1

Social Studies Iguana 2

Social Studies Iguana 3

Social Studies Iguana 4

Social Studies Iguana 5

Geography Transition 6

 

Art

Iguana Art 1 (K-2)

Iguana Art 2 (3-5)

Foreign Language

Introduction to Spanish 1 (K-5)

Middle School Courses:

English

English Part 1

English Part 2

Math

Pre Algebra

Intro to Geometry

Intro to Upper level Mathematics

Foundational Mathematics

Science

Life Science

Physical Science(Energy, Light, Force  & Motions)

Social Studies

U.S. History to 1865

U.S. History 1865- Present

Additional Courses (Electives)

Art

Transition Art (6-8)

Foreign Language

Introduction to Spanish 2 (6-8)

Conversation Spanish (7-9)

Spanish 1 (8-10)

**Coming in 2019-2020

High School Courses: (9-12)

(See Below for Course Descriptions)

English

College Prep English I

 

College Prep English II

College Prep English III

English 12**

Honors English Literature/ Intro to Comp 12**

 

Math

Algebra 1 & Geometry

 

Algebra 2 & Geometry

 

Precalculus

Calculus

Science

Astronomy

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Honors Biology

Honors Chemistry

Honors Physics

Astrophysics

Alternative Energy


History

U.S. History I- (to-1865)

U.S. History II (1865-present)

World History

World Geography

Advanced U.S. History

Government and Politics


Art

Art- Visual  (9-12)

Driver’s Education (class) (10-12)

Foreign Language

Intro Spanish (7-8) (via Rosetta Stone)

Spanish 1 (9-10) (Live teacher)

Spanish 2 (9-11) (Live teacher)

Spanish 3 (10-12)(Live teacher)

French  (9-12) **(via Rosetta Stone)

Italian (9-12)**(via Rosetta Stone)

German (9-12)**(via Rosetta Stone)

Mandarin (9-12)**(via Rosetta Stone
 

1 credit

 

1 credit

1 credit

 

1 credit

1 credit

 

1 credit

1 credit

 

1 credit

 

 

1 cr. / .5 cr. in geometry

1 cr./ .5 cr. in geometry

1 credit

1 credit

 

 

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

 

 


1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

per yr.

 

.5 credit

.5 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

1 credit

 

High School

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS (9-12)

English

 

Freshman English- College Prep English I (Introduction to American Literature)

Course Description- Students will participate in small group learning activities and analyze, produce, and examine differences in literary works.  They will compare different visual and auditory messages while questioning author’s purpose. Students will extend vocabulary through study of word origins and derivatives.  Students will read literature that encompasses interpretation of non-fiction texts as well as literature from different cultures and eras. Students will collect information to create a research product and will write to persuade, interpret, analyze, and explain.

Sophomore English- College Prep English II (Literary Works & Composition)

Course Description- Students will participate in small group learning activities and analyze, produce, and examine differences in literary works.  They will compare different visual and auditory messages while questioning author’s purpose. Students will extend vocabulary through study of word origins and derivatives.  Students will read literature that encompasses interpretation of non-fiction texts as well as literature from different cultures and eras. Students will collect information to create a research product and will write to persuade, interpret, analyze, and explain.

 

Junior English- College Prep English III (Literary Works, Composition, Technical Writing)

Course Description- Students will participate in small group learning activities and analyze, produce, and examine differences in literary works.  They will compare different visual and auditory messages while questioning author’s purpose. Students will extend vocabulary through study of word origins and derivatives.   Students will learn oral communication skills needed in the workplace such as impromptu speaking, group problem-solving strategies and formal presentations. Students will use the writing process to create essays, resumes and evaluations. Students will focus on composing and delivering an argument. Additionally, students will review grammar, composition, syntax, and vocabulary. Using the writing process, students will write creatively and analytically, and compose a documented research paper. Students will read literature that encompasses interpretation of non-fiction texts as well as literature from different cultures and eras. Students will collect information to create a research product and will write to persuade, interpret, analyze, and explain.

English 12**

Honors English Literature/ Intro to Comp 12**

 

Math

Algebra 1 & Geometry

 

Algebra 2 & Geometry

 

Precalculus

Calculus

Science

Astronomy

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Honors Biology

Honors Chemistry

Honors Physics

Astrophysics

Alternative Energy


History

U.S. History I- (to-1865)

U.S. History II (1865-present)

World History

World Geography

Advanced U.S. History

Government and Politics


Art

Art- Visual  (9-12)

Driver’s Education (class) (10-12)

Foreign Language

Intro Spanish (7-8) (via Rosetta Stone)

Spanish 1 (9-10) (Live teacher)

Spanish 2 (9-11) (Live teacher)

Spanish 3 (10-12)(Live teacher)

French  (9-12) **(via Rosetta Stone)

Italian (9-12)**(via Rosetta Stone)

German (9-12)**(via Rosetta Stone)

Mandarin (9-12)**(via Rosetta Stone