High School Courses
Note: Not all courses listed are offered each semester.
Students will learn to analyze the political, social, economic, and religious aspects of ancient cultures, and how geographic and environmental factors have influenced the development of agriculture and trade in increasingly complex cultures. Students will
Students will be co-registered in two Grade 10 level English courses (2 credits each). In these courses students may focus on topics such as the writing process, written communication, terminology, analysis and interpretation of text.
This course includes the study of operations on powers with integral exponents, prime factorization, functions and relations, graphs, linear functions and equations, arithmetic sequences, systems of linear equations, multiplication of polynomial expressions & factoring, primary
This course includes the study of geometric explorations (constructions, conics, and fractals), graphical representations of polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, and sinusoidal functions, regression analysis, combinatorics, probability, and financial planning.