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The Lane Tech College Prep High School English department requires its students to complete four years of English courses for graduation. Two levels of courses are offered as options for much of the required coursework: Honors and Advanced Placement.
Students are also welcome to take part in many of the electives and activities that are taught and sponsored by the English Department, including student-run publications: Arrowhead, our yearbook; the Warrior, our school newspaper; and 2501, our literary magazine. Additionally, we have numerous electives you can take in addition to your core English classes. Our department also sponsors one opportunity to travel abroad in support of studies.
Required Course or Elective
|H English I||H English II||AP English Language and Composition
H English III
|AP English Literature and Composition
H English IV
|H = Honors | AP = Advanced Placement
Note: Four years of core English are required for every student. Students are also allowed to take additional English elective courses beginning their sophomore year. Please review the options in the box below.
- Advanced Creative Writing Workshop and Publishing
- Honors Black Revolutionary Literature, Culture, and Art
- Honors Creative Writing I
- Honors Debate
- Honors Journalism
- Honors Latin American Literature
- Honors Literary Activism
- Honors Philosophy
- Honors South Asian
- Honors Women in Literature
- Honors Writing Instructors
- Honors Yearbook I and II
- Sports Communication I, II, III
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*All AP Courses are expected to have a $100 fee ($25 class fee and $75 exam fee).
The exact exam fee for testing in May 2016 will be released by the CollegeBoard in October 2015. This exam fee determines the total price that students will owe for each AP Course/exam. The AP exam fee may be fully or partially reduced for students with free/reduced lunch, per funding by district and state grants. The exact fee will be provided as soon as the district and state release their funding statement.