Course Catalog

School Year 2023-2024 Course Selection Information

Course requests are scheduled to begin in January (RIGHT AFTER BREAK) with the first group of juniors. Students will receive their group number in an email sent out the week of January 2nd.  When your window opens, you will be able to log onto the course registration site and choose courses. The tentative schedule is as follows (based on total credits):

  • Juniors: 
    • Group 1- January 10th-January 12th
    • Group 2- January 17th-January 19th
    • Group 3- January 24th- January 26th
    • Group 4- January 31st-February 2nd
  • Sophomores:
    • Group 5- February 7th- February 9th
    • Group 6- February 14th- February 16th
    • Group 7- February 21st- February 23rd
    • Group 8-February 28th-March 3rd
  • Freshmen: 
    • Group 9- March 7/8
    • Group 10- March 9/10
    • Group 10- March 13/14
  • LTAC: TBD

 

Course requests will be processed in order of Semester 1 grades. Make sure you select your courses carefully and submit your request during your assigned time frame. If you miss your assigned time frame, you will be able to request courses during the next time frame but will lose your "earlier group" priority.

Before submitting your course request, verify that you meet the requirements for the courses and that they follow the suggested curriculum that puts you on track for graduation. This information can be found on the Curriculum page. Courses being offered next school year can be found on the Course Catalog page.

Submitting your online course request does not guarantee enrollment.  Once you select your courses, you will be prompted to answer a few additional questions.  You will be REQUIRED to meet with your counselor.  You will receive an email confirmation of your selected courses and a link to schedule your appointment with your counselor.  You MUST be prepared for this meeting or else your course requests will not be held and you will have to wait until the next group of selection.

  • The purpose of this Student Teaching Assistant  program is to aid in the learning and educational experience in the designated classroom in terms of both curriculum implementation, curriculum development, and student support. Here are some of the responsibilities of students: 
  • To reinforce instruction given by the teacher by reviewing the material in both small group and one on one support
  • Help support classroom  procedures and behavior expectations 
  • Provide guidance for students in class in terms of social and emotional development that is appropriate for designated classroom/subject and grade level
  • Collaborate with lead teacher on lessons and activities by planning, researching, and bringing new and interesting perspectives to the curriculum
  • Other responsibilities and expectations of TA will be discussed and written in agreement between student and lead teacher

Art

  • Honors Photography

Computer Science

  • H Civic Action Through Computer Science

English

  • AP English Literature
  • Omega AP English Language
  • H Journalism

Science

  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP Chemistry
  • Honors Chemistry

Capstone

  • AP Seminar

LTAC

  • LTAC Academy

The following courses are closed or have limited seats available for Course Selection.

Film I (Closed for rising Seniors)

Ceramics (Closed for rising Seniors)

Physics C (Closed)