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Criminal & Civil Law

This is a very exciting class that will challenge your perspective of law and punishment as we explore controversial cases and issues.  Criminal and Civil Law examines the types of crimes, legal rights, as well as the civil consequences faced after a crime.

Criminal and Civil Law class also examines torts, individual rights and liberties, contract law and juvenile law.

A field trip to criminal law will occur and there will be guest speakers such as lawyers, a police officer, among others.

 

Homework Estimate:  No homework

Physical Education 11

Team sports, individual and developmental activities are offered in a curriculum designed to be responsive to the  student’s level of skills and interest.  In addition, an effort is made to develop an interest in, and appreciation of,  activity and its fitness aspects for the future.  Choices are dependent upon student selections, facilities, and number of  staff available during a given time period.

Dramatic Literature in Performance

This interdisciplinary course for juniors and seniors offers students five units of English and five units of Drama credit.  Students will enrich their study of a variety of plays as literary texts with hands-on experiences involving every facet of creating the "living" play.  Students need not have extensive acting experience.  Offered in alternate years. Any student wishing to enroll in this class must also be enrolled concurrently in Theatre 3 or 4.

Beginning ELL

This course satisfies the state and district requirements for graduation.  It offers individual and group instruction to prepare students for the intermediate and advanced levels of ELL.  The course content includes beginning grammar, reading skills and basic vocabulary.  Emphasis is placed on speaking, reading and writing in both formal and informal English.  Methods and materials suitable for beginning language learners are used.


 

Literary Style (Advanced)

This course introduces students in an advanced English program to the writer’s options in literary genres such as drama, short story, novel, and poetry. Because it is a required course, the works of writers such as Shakespeare, Hardy, and Golding provide the resources for particular emphasis on instruction in reading and literature, writing and composition. One semester of this course or Writer’s Voice is required

Writer's Voice (General)

This course introduces students in a general English program to the writer’s choices for communicating a message through the variety of literary types: a Shakespearean drama, short stories, poetry, and the novel. Because it is a required course, the works provide the resources for particular emphasis on instruction in reading and literature, writing and composition. One semester of this course or Literary Style is required.

Advanced Problem Solving In Mathematics IV

The objective of this course is to foster excellence through competition. The course is offered in two discrete semesters, one not the prerequisite of the other, to 11th and 12th graders interested in expanding their mathematical horizon beyond the usual high school curriculum. Mathematical discovery and alternate methods of proof, shortcuts and multiple solutions to challenging problems and cross-curricular applications are explored. This course is ideal for students interested in participating in contests like the American Mathematics Competition and the Mathematics Olympiad.

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