Course descriptions for our differentiated support course offerings. 

This class is designed for students who are in the process of acquiring English.  It is structured to meet the needs of a student at any level of English acquisition.  Listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills are the major focus of the class. Vocabulary and basic grammar are also incorporated.  Content-area information is woven into the process of English acquisition to support students in their other core classes.

Students can use this opportunity to reclaim missing credits. If a course was failed, students are able to take an online version to recover it. Courses use an online, self-paced structure to deliver content specific lessons and assessments. Work from previous class can be turned in or upgraded here.

Students can use this opportunity to reclaim missing credits as well as to work ahead on credits that have not yet been attempted. If a course was failed or a required course was never taken, students are able to take an online version to recover it. Courses use an online, self-paced structure to deliver content specific lessons, quizzes, essays or labs, and a final exam to show mastery of the subject. 

In this course, students will integrate reading, written language, and speaking and listening skills into daily practice. They will develop and enhance their reading skills using a variety of genres in order to better understand the use of literary techniques, as well as to more proficiently engage in a discussion about connections they are able to make with text. Students will also develop and enhance their writing skills through answering journal response questions, creating stories and supporting their opinions with evidence using appropriate conventions. By the end of the school year, students will also have grown in their ability to build off each other’s comments during conversation, ask questions of one another, and present ideas to the whole class.

English 2 is a class that is driven by IEP goals, student needs, and interests.  English 2 will focus on developing inquiring minds and curiosity about English through a focus on writing, reading, and communication skills.



This math class will teach you how to become a better and wiser consumer, budget your money and prepare you for life after high school. This class will be driven by IEP goals and student needs.

This math class will cover basic math skills determined by IEP goals and student needs.  Basic math skills will include telling time, counting money, performing basic addition and subtraction problems, reading graphs and tables, and solving word problems.  



This math class will cover algebraic and geometric thinking including working with algebraic expressions and equations, inequalities, coordinate graphs, and basic geometry as well as basic math skills focusing on fractions, money sense and real world problems. 

This class will be driven by IEP goals and student needs.

This science class will cover basic science concepts determined by IEP goals and student needs and interests.  Science topics will include the areas of biology, earth science, and physical science which will focus on developing inquiring minds and curiosity about science and the natural world.  



This course is geared towards students who want to explore music through the acts of listening, performing, creating, responding, and experiencing.