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High School Program

COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION (24 CREDITS)

English (4 credits)

Mathematics (4 credits)

Science (4 credits)

Social Studies (4 credits)

Foreign Language (3 credits)

PE / Health (1 credit)

Electives (4 credits)

· AP Computer Science A

· Three Other Electives Listed Below

 

TYPICAL COURSE PLAN

The following is a typical student course plan.

 

9TH GRADE

AP Human Geography

Pre-AP English I

Pre-AP Geometry or Pre-AP Algebra II

Pre-AP Biology or AP Biology

AP Computer Science A

Foreign Language

 

10TH GRADE

Pre-AP English II

Pre-AP Algebra II or Pre-Calculus

Pre-AP Chemistry or AP Chemistry

AP World History

Foreign Language

Electives

 

11TH GRADE

AP English Language & Composition

Pre-Calculus or AP Calculus AB

AP U.S. History

Pre-AP Physics or AP Physics B

Foreign Language

Electives

 

12TH GRADE

AP English Literature & Composition

AP Calculus AB or BC / AP Statistics / Georgia Tech Calculus II & III

AP Government and Politics: U.S. (Fall)

AP Science (Biology, Chemistry, Env. Science or Physics B or C)

Physical Education / Health

Electives

 

Electives Offered

AP Art History

AP Biology

AP Chemistry

AP Environmental Science

AP European History

AP Physics

AP Science (Biology, Chemistry, Env. Science or Physics)

AP Studio Art-3D Design

AP Studio Art-2D Design

AP Studio Art-Drawing

Creative Writing

Choir

Marching/Concert Band

Orchestra

 

Advanced Placement (AP)

The Advanced Placement Program is a nationally recognized program for offering college-level courses to high school students.  We believe the AP Program offers considerable benefits for talented and gifted students.  We incorporate AP classes extensively in our curriculum and encourage students to make the most of the opportunity to take these classes. What’s an AP class like?

The benefits of the AP Program for students are apparent in the college admissions process.  As the College Board notes, taking AP classes allows students to:

  • Stand out in college admissions.  Selective colleges look for AP classes on a student’s transcript as an indicator the desire and the ability to succeed in college-level courses.
  • Earn college credits.  Nearly all colleges offer course credit to students who score well on their AP exams.  With a sufficient number of course credits, students can graduate from college a semester or even a year early, saving considerable tuition.
  • Skip introductory classes at college. By placing out of required college courses, students can move into upper-level classes sooner and take more elective classes.

We are very excited about all the wonderful opportunities available to our students in high school and we hope to see many our of our talented students joining us in this great endeavor.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact for more information and/or questions.

 

Sincerely,

Principal Kenan Sener

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