Available courses

Global Studies Semester 1


Global Studies is a course based on human geography that combines population, political, economic, urban, and cultural geography to explore the relationships between humans and their environment in order to better understand the broad social patterns that shape human societies.

Global Studies Semester 2


Global Studies is a course based on human geography that combines population, political, economic, urban, and cultural geography to explore the relationships between humans and their environment in order to better understand the broad social patterns that shape human societies.

Physics Semester 1


Students will study the nature and properties of matter and energy. Students will use laboratory work for a significant part of the course and will aid in making connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.

Physics Semester 2


Students will study the nature and properties of matter and energy. Students will use laboratory work for a significant part of the course and will aid in making connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.

Biology Semester 1


Students cultivate their scientific mind-set and understanding of biology through inquiry-based study of topics like biochemistry, cellular processes, heredity and evolution.

Biology Semester 2


Students cultivate their scientific mind-set and understanding of biology through inquiry-based study of topics like biochemistry, cellular processes, heredity and evolution.

Algebra 2 Semester 1

Students will build on their work with linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, and students will extend their repertoire of functions to include polynomial, rational, and logarithmic functions. Students will work closely with functions, and continue to expand their abilities to model.
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott

Algebra 2 Semester 2

Students will build on their work with linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, and students will extend their repertoire of functions to include polynomial, rational, and logarithmic functions. Students will work closely with functions, and continue to expand their abilities to model.

Algebra Semester 1

The fundamental purpose of this course is to formalize and extend the mathematics that students learned in middle school.  Students will study: relationships between quantities and reasoning with equations; linear and exponential relationships; descriptive statistics; expressions, equations, a…
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Katherine Vannoy

Algebra Semester 2

The fundamental purpose of this course is to formalize and extend the mathematics that students learned in middle school.  Students will study: relationships between quantities and reasoning with equations; linear and exponential relationships; descriptive statistics; expressions, equations, a…

Geometry Semester 1

Students will study measurement, properties, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. Students will cover the following big ideas in Geometry based on the Common Core State Standards are; constructions, rigid transformations, proofs, congruence, similarity, right triangle t…
  • Instructors: Karen Ambrosh
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Nathan Penn
  • Instructors: Katherine Vannoy

Geometry Semester 2

Students will study measurement, properties, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. Students will cover the following big ideas in Geometry based on the Common Core State Standards are; constructions, rigid transformations, proofs, congruence, similarity, right triangle t…

Art

You learn what you need to know to improve your skills in everything from how to get ideas to how to start creating what you visualize. This “Hands On”course covers basic elements of art and design.  You will have choices for how you will experiment and design projects, draw, try printmaki…
  • Instructors: Deborah Brooks
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott

Chemistry Semester 1


Chemistry is the study of matter, its properties, composition, and reactivity. Students will perform laboratory work to learn connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Katherine Vannoy

Chemistry Semester 2


Chemistry is the study of matter, its properties, composition, and reactivity. Students will perform laboratory work to learn connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.

Economics

In this course students will expand their knowledge of our economic system through analysis of major areas of our economy. Students will master basic economic concepts (Supply and Demand, Scarcity, Opportunity cost, Marginal analysis,  ect.) that will be the foundation of future economic analy…
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott

ELA 9 Semester 1

In this course, students will cultivate a can-do attitude around reading and writing by exploring who they are as readers and writers. Students will be learning to plot their own course as readers and writers by navigating their journeys in reading, writing, speaking and listening. 
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Katherine Vannoy

ELA 9 Semester 2


In this course, students will cultivate a can-do attitude around reading and writing by exploring who they are as readers and writers. Students will be learning to plot their own course as readers and writers by navigating their journeys in reading, writing, speaking and listening. 
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Katherine Vannoy

ELA 10 Semester 1

In this course, students will develop their critical, analytical, and creative reading, writing, thinking, speaking and listening skills, building upon the foundations of English 9. Students will develop their ability to closely read and interpret increasingly complex literature, informational, and …
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott

ELA 10 Semester 2

In this course, students will develop their critical, analytical, and creative reading, writing, thinking, speaking and listening skills, building upon the foundations of English 9. Students will develop their ability to closely read and interpret increasingly complex literature, informational, and…
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Wendy Matheson
  • Instructors: Katherine Vannoy