Language arts courses
- AP English: Language and Composition and AP English: Literature and Composition
- ATYP IV: Literature, Philosophy and the Media in the Postmodern World: From Socrates to Smartphones
- Honors English 9/10
- Honors English 11/12
The first two courses cover four years of high school language arts topics. The AP course culminates in students completing the Advanced Placement Language and Composition and AP Literature and Composition exams. Each AP exam passed with a high enough score usually allows the student to receive college credit.
ATYP IV explores the relationship between self and society within postmodern culture. This course is expressly interdisciplinary in nature, with particular emphasis on philosophy and the arts. This class aims to explore and debate postmodernity as lived and perceived through our everyday imagination and experience both on the web and in the world. This class will be held two hours per day twice per week from September through June and count as an English credit in the student’s high school. Coursework will consist of readings of classic and modern philosophers, essays, group projects, debate and a final video presentation.
- Algebra I
- Algebra II
Typically, the algebra courses are completed the first year, while the other two topics are finished in the second.
AP Computer Science is also available. No qualifying scores are required for AP Computer Science, but Algebra I must be completed before class starts in the fall.