Grades 10 through 12, students have the opportunity to further explore their passions and interests through diverse Mathematics courses.
The big ideas of the Mathematics curriculum highlight the progression of related skills and concepts.
ELL (English Language Learner), formerly known as ESL (English Second Language), are supports and services provided to students whose English have not met school standards.
The primary goal of Social Studies education is to give students the knowledge, skills, and competencies to be active, informed citizens who are able to think critically, understand and explain the perspectives of others, make judgments, and communicate ideas effectively.
English 11 and 12 are probably the two most important courses of a student’s academic career.
English 8-10 is essential to build high school students’ deeper understanding toward English language skill academically.