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This ACT Prep course is jam-packed with proven test-taking strategies that will help students optimize their ACT game plan and boost their confidence. Students will become familiar with current ACT test content, practice successful test-taking strategies, and demonstrate competency on assessments.

Students will learn to identify themes in literature, analyze techniques in poetry, recite a poem using effective presentation skills, compare selected genres in literature, read and interpret Shakespearean sonnets and excerpts from a play, compose a well-supported research paper, apply reading and writing strategies to a novel, and expand and enrich their vocabulary by applying word-mastery strategies. This is the first course in a two-part Seventh-Grade English series (ENGL 031 and ENGL 033).

Students will learn to identify themes in literature, analyze techniques in poetry, recite a poem using effective presentation skills, compare selected genres in literature, read and interpret Shakespearean sonnets and excerpts from a play, compose a well-supported research paper, apply reading and writing strategies to a novel, and expand and enrich their vocabulary by applying word-mastery strategies. This is the second course in a two-part Seventh-Grade English series (ENGL 031 and ENGL 033).

In a world of words, students will learn how to put words together naturally, express themselves confidently, and explore the world of reading and writing through study and practice. Fifteen hours of reading of nonfiction texts will be required in addition to the course novel. This is the first course in a two-part Eighth-Grade English series (ENGL 035 and ENGL 037).

This course will enhance students’ vocabulary, writing strategies, argumentative and persuasive techniques in writing and speaking, and ability to analyze literature and media. Students will also be able to identify the elements of the research process and incorporate them into their own research papers. This is the second course in a two-part Eighth-Grade English series (ENGL 035 and ENGL 037).

In this course, students will learn effective strategies for reading fiction, nonfiction, and poetry; students will also explore and implement elements of effective writing. Writing assignments include a learning journal, a photo essay, a personal narrative, and a process paper. Students will learn new vocabulary and review grammatical concepts. This is the first course in a two-part Ninth-Grade English series (ENGL 041 and ENGL 043). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

This course incorporates reading, writing, speaking strategies, vocabulary, internet research skills, essay and speech writing, and reading texts from various genres. Students will also have the opportunity to use instructional multimedia and video interview. This course is designed to open students’ eyes to new perspectives so they can develop their own ideas and have a greater understanding of the world they live in.

Students will develop new perspectives through interpreting literature, expanding vocabulary, and writing creatively; they will also enhance their writing skills by examining point of view, character development, figurative language, and audience. This course is highly interactive and includes a live course orientation, weekly webinars with the course instructor, and reviews with the course TA. This is the first course in a two-part Tenth-Grade English series (ENGL 045 and ENGL 047).

This course offers a myriad of reading and writing activities that are designed to strengthen students’ background knowledge in the genres of poetry, short story, myth, nonfiction, and novel. This is the second course in a two-part Tenth-Grade English series (ENGL 045 and ENGL 047). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

This English course will give students a chance to further develop reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. Students will learn how to read and write about texts in ways that will both be fulfilling and prepare them for college entrance exams. Students will also continue to grow their vocabulary and hone their understanding of grammatical concepts. This is the first course in a two-part Eleventh-Grade English series (ENGL 051 and ENGL 053).

This English course is a continuation of Eleventh-Grade English, Part 1 and contains a reading emphasis on literary, functional, and informational selections. A research report with an outline, a works cited page, and in-text documentation will be required. This course also includes analyses, original stories, and poems. Students will develop their writing style to improve effectiveness, clarity, and variety.

Students will develop a basic understanding of poetry as they analyze and isolate figures of speech, enhance their writing skills as several different rhetorical modes are practiced, and enlarge their vocabulary while becoming more proficient at punctuation. This is the first course in a two-part Twelfth-Grade English series (ENGL 055 and ENGL 057). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

Students will gain a basic understanding of rhetoric as they become more proficient in their writing, enlarge their vocabulary, and recognize how to skillfully approach poetry. Students will also learn to assess writing more effectively by using the Six Traits Analytical Model Writing Assessment. This is the second course in a two-part Twelfth-Grade English series (ENGL 055 and ENGL 057). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

Students will learn to represent data with different graphs and plots, find measures of central tendency, produce probabilities, and use estimation and problem-solving skills; this course also covers basic geometric concepts such as solving problems with line segments and types of polygons, performing operations with decimals, finding factors and multiples of numbers, and finding areas and perimeters of different polygons. This is the first course in a two-part Seventh-Grade Mathematics series (

Students will learn about performing operations with fractions and working with ratios, proportions, and percents; this course also includes finding different types of probabilities, performing operations with integers, and using algebraic properties and the order of operations to simplify expressions as well as solving one-step equations. This is the second course in a two-part seventh-grade mathematics series (MATH 031 and MATH 033).

Eighth-grade math continues the coverage of basic math concepts that began with the seventh-grade math courses. Students will learn equation concepts, linear equations, systems of equations, functions, exponents, and the number system. Students will also explore real-world applications of different methods. This is the first course in a two-part Eighth-Grade Mathematics series (MATH 035 and MATH 037). This course also encompasses Common Core content.

Eighth-grade math continues the coverage of basic math concepts that began with the seventh-grade math courses. MATH 037 covers the second half of the eighth-grade content. We will study topics such as analyzing triangles and the distance between points, finding the measure of angles formed by a transversal and polygons, using different transformations to move figures on a coordinate plane, determining if figures are similar or congruent and interpreting two-way tables and scatter plots...

This integrated math course is a study of the properties of sets of real numbers, linear equations and graphs, linear functions, systems of equations and inequalities, segments and angles, mathematical reasoning, parallel lines, and sequences and series. This is the first course in a six-part High School Integrated Math series (MATH 051, 052, 053, 054, 055, and 056). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

This integrated math course is a study of the properties of linear relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, triangles, similarities, coordinate geometry, exponents and powers, and quadratic functions. This is the second course in a six-part High School Integrated Math series (MATH 051, 052, 053, 054, 055, and 056). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

This integrated math course is a study of the properties of linear relations and functions, exponents and powers, triangles, polygons, quadrilaterals, similarity, radical expressions, quadratic functions and equations, and perimeter and area. This is the third course in a six-part High School Integrated Math series (MATH 051, 052, 053, 054, 055, and 056). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

This integrated math course is a study of the properties of quadratic equations, polynomial functions, right triangle trigonometry, circles, conics, probability and statistics, and geometric solids. This is the fourth course in a six-part High School Integrated Math series (MATH 051, 052, 053, 054, 055, and 056). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

This integrated math course is a study of the properties of inequalities, problems solved using algebraic and geometric concepts, radical expressions and simple radical equations, equations and inequalities, linear relations and functions, polynomial functions, rational functions, systems of equations and inequalities, and matrices. This is the fifth course in a six-part High School Integrated Math series (MATH 051, 052, 053, 054, 055, and 056).

This integrated math course is a study of coordinate geometry, geometric solids, conics, polynomial functions, rational polynomial expressions, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and series, probability and statistics, and trigonometric functions. This is the sixth course in a six-part High School Integrated Math series (MATH 051, 052, 053, 054, 055, and 056). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

In this course, students will learn how to work with fundamental mathematical functions with integers, fractions, and decimals; use the order of operations to evaluate variable expressions; solve variable equations using transformations; translate word sentences into mathematical equations; and solve word problems. This is the first course in a two-part Pre-Algebra series (ALG 041 and ALG 043).

This course includes using ratios, rates, and proportions to solve problems; changing fractions, percents, and decimals; and solving problems involving percentages such as discounts, markups, commissions, profit, simple and compound interest, and so forth. This is the second course in a two-part Pre-Algebra series (ALG 041 and ALG 043).

This course is a study of equations and inequalities, linear relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, polynomials, radical expressions, and quadratic equations. This is the first course in a two-part Algebra 2 series (ALG 055 and ALG 057). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

This course is a study of conics, polynomial functions, rational functions, rational polynomial expressions, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and series, probability and statistics, and trigonometric functions. This is the second course in a two-part Algebra 2 series (ALG 055 and ALG 057). This course also encompasses Common Core State Standards.

The AP Calculus AB series, which is the equivalent of a college-level Calculus 1 course, covers limits and differentiation and is taught by an AP-certified instructor. This is the first course in a two-part series (APCALC 061 and APCALC 063); students who successfully complete both halves of this series will be ready for the AP Calculus AB exam.

The AP Calculus AB series is the equivalent of a college-level Calculus 1 course and covers limits, differentiation, and integration. Concepts that students have learned from algebra and geometry that may have been confusing will be made clear in this course.

This course extends what students learned about limits, derivatives, and integrals to topics like series, Taylor polynomials, and parametric functions. In addition to providing students with a head start in college mathematics, AP Calculus BC opens doors of opportunity in engineering, physics, astronomy, economics, cryptography, and many other careers. This series is equivalent to a college-level Calculus 2 course.

Deepen your understanding of math and physics by taking AP Calculus BC. This college-level course will teach you about Taylor polynomials and parametric functions while preparing you for your future career. This is the second course in a two-part series and will prepare students to take the AP Calculus BC exam (APCALC 065 and APCALC 067). This course is taught by an AP-certified instructor.

This course will provide students with a basic understanding of what accounting is and the necessary skills and ability to learn more. By the end of this course, they will have learned how to record basic business transactions, post journal entries, prepare financial statements, and perform other accounting tasks.