Course Guide

ACCELERATOREDU (304315)

The Incubator course is designed to get students excited about becoming true entrepreneurs by giving them the opportunity to create and fully develop their own product or service.

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ACCOUNTING I H (302304)

This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of the fundamentals of accounting activities including the interpretation and analysis of records, statements, etc.

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ACTOR’S WORKSHOP I (101113)

This class is designed to build on and further student knowledge of the creative and artistic process of acting for the theatre obtained in Theatre I and Theatre II with an increase in rigor.

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ADVANCED ACTOR’S WORKSHOP (101153)

This class is designed to build on and further student knowledge of the creative and artistic process of acting for the theatre obtained in Theatre I and Theatre II with an increase in rigor.

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ADVANCED WOODS HONORS (318504)

These sequential woods courses are designed to continue to teach students skills that include safety with tools and equipment, project construction using special jigs and fixtures, and more advanced setups.

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ADV. DIGITAL ARTS H (312054)

Digital Art at Barrington High School is a project-based curriculum that centers on students learning the foundation and fundamentals of digital illustration, idea and character development, and creative risk-taking.

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ADVENTURE P.E. (904109)

Adventure P.E. is offered as a semester course for students interested in a unique Physical Education program that is both physically and mentally challenging.

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ALGEBRA I (601223)

A full year course covering linear, exponential, and quadratic functions.  Additional topics will include systems of equations, functions, graphing the number line and coordinate plane, and various application problems.

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ALGEBRA II (603113)

The purpose of this course is to extend students’ understanding of functions and the real numbers, and to increase the tools students have for modeling the real world.

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ALGEBRA II/TRIG (603213)

The purpose of this course is to extend students’ understanding of functions and the real numbers, and to increase the tools students have for modeling the real world.

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ALGEBRA II/TRIG HONORS (603214)

This course includes the study of relations, algebraic manipulations, and the following function families: polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric (their inverses and graphs, solution of right and oblique triangles, trigonometric identities and equations).

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AP ART 2-D PHOTOGRAPHY (116005)

Junior and Senior art students wishing to do college-level work in studio art may apply for this class by submitting a portfolio for review in the
month of February of the preceding year.

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AP ART 3-D DESIGN (113005)

Junior and Senior art students wishing to do college-level work in studio art may apply for this class by submitting a portfolio for review in the
month of February of the preceding year.

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AP ART DRAWING (112005)

Junior and Senior art students wishing to do college-level work in studio art may apply for this class by submitting a portfolio for review in the
month of February of the preceding year.

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AP ART HISTORY (118005)

AP Art History, a year-long course, is a critical study and understanding of architecture, sculpture, painting, and other art forms within historical and cultural contexts.

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AP COMPUTER SCIENCE A (314005)

AP® Computer Science A is designed to be comparable to a first year college-level computer science class, and the only prerequisite is a sincere desire to learn how to read and write code.

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AP ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (804525)

The goal of AP Environmental Science course is to provide students with an understanding of scientific principles and methodologies required to understand interrelationships of the natural world, to identify and analyze environmental problems both natural and human-made, to evaluate the relative risks associated with these problems, and to examine alternative solutions for resolving or preventing these problems.

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AP EUROPEAN HISTORY (704605)

Advanced Placement European History is an Advanced Placement elective course for those students who are well motivated and capable of achieving success in a rigorous academic environment.

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AP FRENCH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE (502505)

This course is the final course to prepare students for the Advanced Placement French Language and Culture Examination and provides the potential for college credit. It is organized around the AP themes: global challenges, personal and public identities, science and technology, contemporary life, beauty and aesthetics, and families and communities.

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AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY (702505)

The purpose of the AP course in Human Geography is to introduce students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth’s surface.

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AP MICROECONOMICS (704515)

The study of AP Microeconomics requires students to understand that, in any economy, the existence of limited resources along with unlimited wants results in the need to make choices.

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AP MUSIC THEORY (102005)

The AP Music Theory course corresponds to one or two semesters of a typical introductory college music theory course that covers topics such as musicianship, theory, musical materials, and procedures.

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AP PHYSICS 1: ALGEBRA-BASED (803505)

This course is the equivalent of a first-semester college course in algebra-based physics, but designed to be taught over a full academic year to enable AP students to develop a deep understanding of the content and to focus on applying their knowledge through inquiry labs.

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AP PHYSICS 2: ALGEBRA-BASED (803515)

This course is the equivalent of a second-semester college course in algebra-based physics, but designed to be taught over a full academic year to enable AP students to develop a deep understanding of the content and to focus on applying their knowledge through inquiry labs.

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AP PHYSICS - C (804515)

This course is comparable to any first year college physics course.  A thorough study of mechanics and electromagnetic phenomenon is undertaken following a review of basic principles. Most concepts are studied through experimentation and demonstration.

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AP PSYCHOLOGY (704215)

The AP Psychology course is designed to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals.

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AP RESEARCH/ENGLISH (206215)

AP Research, the second course in the AP Capstone experience, allows students to deeply explore an academic topic, problem, issue, or idea of individual interest.

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AP SEMINAR/ENGLISH (206205)

AP seminar is a foundational course that engages students in cross-curricular conversations that explore the complexities of academic and real-world topics and issues by analyzing divergent perspectives.

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AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE (505425)

This course is the final course to prepare students for the Advanced Placement Spanish Language and Culture exam and also provides the potential for college credit. It is organized around the AP themes: Global Challenges, Personal and Public Identities, Science and Technology, Contemporary Life, Beauty and Aesthetics, and Families and Communities.

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AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE (506505)

This course is the final course to prepare students for the Advanced Placement Spanish Language and Culture exam and also provides the potential for college credit. It is organized around the AP themes: Global Challenges, Personal and Public Identities, Science and Technology, Contemporary Life, Beauty and Aesthetics, and Families and Communities.

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AP U.S. GOVERNMENT & POLITICS (704315)

AP U.S. Government and Politics provides a college-level, nonpartisan introduction to key political concepts, ideas, institutions, policies, interactions, roles, and behaviors that characterize the constitutional system and political culture of the United States.

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AP U.S. HISTORY (703105)

This course is intended to provide students with a rigorous survey of American History from colonization through contemporary America with a focus on the themes and concepts that have defined our way of life.

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AP WORLD HISTORY (701105)

AP World History meets the graduation requirement for global studies.  The purpose of the AP World History course is to develop greater understanding of the evolution of global processes and contacts in different types of human societies.

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ARCHITECTURAL INTERIORS (317003)

This year-long course is an introductory study of CADD and Interior Design. It provides an introduction to the use of computer-aided drafting & design software for use in interior design.

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AUTOMOTIVES I H (496104)

This course covers theory, operation and care of basic components of modern automobiles, engines and engine systems, drive trains, brakes, and suspensions.

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AUTOMOTIVES II H (496204)

This course covers theory, operation and care of basic components of modern automobiles, engines and engine systems, drive trains, brakes, and suspensions.

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AUTOMOTIVES III H (496304)

This course covers theory, operation and care of basic components of modern automobiles, engines and engine systems, drive trains, brakes, and suspensions.

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AUTOMOTIVES IV H (96404)

This course covers theory, operation and care of basic components of modern automobiles, engines and engine systems, drive trains, brakes, and suspensions.

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CALCULUS III (604535)

This course is equivalent to a third course in calculus and analytic geometry including: vector analysis, Euclidean space, partial differentiation, multiple integrals, line and surface integrals, and the integral theorems of vector calculus.

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CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (315405)

Provides theory and training in the basic skills essential to the practice of health care workers who will assist the nurse in the care of patients in a variety of health care settings.

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CHEMISTRY (802203)

This course is designed to help students realize the important roles that chemistry plays in their personal lives, use chemistry knowledge to think through and make informed decisions about issues involving science and technology, and develop a lifelong awareness of the potential and limitations of science and technology.

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CHEMISTRY HONORS (802204)

This honors level course provides the basics of chemistry and is recommended for any student who is planning to enter science or a science related field. Using an experimental approach, students will learn to interpret laboratory data and arrive at logical conclusions.

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CHINESE III (MANDARIN) (501303)

Based on the skills that they developed in Chinese II, students will continue learning the foundations of Mandarin Chinese through listening, speaking, writing and reading.

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CHINESE II (MANDARIN) (501203)

Building on the skills that they began in Chinese I, students will continue learning the foundations of Mandarin Chinese through listening, speaking, writing and reading.

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CHINESE IV (MANDARIN) (501403)

Building on the skills that they developed in Chinese III, students will continue learning the foundations of Mandarin Chinese through listening, speaking, writing and reading.

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CHINESE V HONORS (501514)

Building on the skills developed in Chinese IV or Chinese IV Honors, students will continue learning the foundations of Mandarin Chinese through activities based on the interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational modes of communication.

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CHORALIERS CHOIR (103513)

Choraliers Choir is a class for students who sing in the tenor and bass registers. Fundamental singing techniques and musicianship will be emphasized through a wide variety of choral literature.

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CHORALIERS CHOIR H (103514)

Choraliers Choir is a class for students who sing in the tenor and bass registers. Fundamental singing techniques and musicianship will be emphasized through a wide variety of choral literature.

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CIVICS (706003)

Through the activities in this course, students will develop stronger civic awareness and a more complete social understanding as they become contributing members in society.

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COLLEGE CHINESE I (507625)

This course continues the learning sequence for students who have been in the Chinese Immersion Program and who have successfully completed the AP Chinese Language and Culture course and Intermediate Chinese I.

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COLLEGE CHINESE II (507635)

This course continues the learning sequence for students who have been in the Chinese Immersion Program and who have successfully completed the AP Chinese Language and Culture course and Intermediate Chinese I.

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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I (314103)

This introductory course in computer programming explores the basic concepts of programming (sequence, selection, England iteration) using a multitude of  programming applications.

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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING II (314203)

This introductory course will focus on language specific computer programming. In this class students will learn to write their own computer programs from an object-oriented perspective.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE DATA STRUCTURES (314315)

This course extends the concepts of AP Computer Science A by providing a survey of data structures and introduces and develops methods for designing and implementing abstract data types using the Java programming language.

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CONCERT BAND (102103)

The major activity for Concert Band is the rehearsal and performance of standard high school band literature at appropriate grade levels.

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CULINARY ARTS ADV H (401024)

Advanced culinary is an accelerated  lab-based course where students will develop advanced food preparation skills in cooking and baking while also exploring sustainable, regional cuisine and will gain global perspectives of international cuisine.

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DANCE I AND MOVEMENT STUDIES (903209)

No prior dance experience is necessary to enroll. This semester-long  co-ed course introduces students to elements of choreography, performance, composition, anatomy, movement studies (yoga/meditation, Pilates, wellness and mindfulness themes), guest artist experiences, dance history and criticism.

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DANCE III AND MOVEMENT STUDIES (905209)

Orchesis members are encouraged to enroll in this  co-ed class and are placed by audition-only. This semester-long course is a highly challenging culmination of all facets of the art form.

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DIGITAL ARTS I (312013)

Digital Art at Barrington High School is a project-based curriculum that centers on students learning the foundation and fundamentals of digital illustration, idea and character development, and creative risk-taking.

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DIGITAL ARTS II (312023)

Digital Art at Barrington High School is a project-based curriculum that centers on students learning the foundation and fundamentals of digital illustration, idea and character development, and creative risk-taking.

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DIGITAL ARTS III H (312034)

Digital Art at Barrington High School is a project-based curriculum that centers on students learning the foundation and fundamentals of digital illustration, idea and character development, and creative risk-taking.

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DIGITAL ARTS IV H (312044)

Digital Art at Barrington High School is a project-based curriculum that centers on students learning the foundation and fundamentals of digital illustration, idea and character development, and creative risk-taking.

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DRAFTING/CADD I H (317014)

CADD courses provide students the fundamental skills necessary to produce and interpret basic blueprints and mechanical and technical drawings for industry and design.

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DRAFTING/CADD II H (317024)

CADD courses provide students the fundamental skills necessary to produce and interpret basic blueprints and mechanical and technical drawings for industry and design.

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DRAFTING/CADD III H (317034)

CADD courses provide students the fundamental skills necessary to produce and interpret basic blueprints and mechanical and technical drawings for industry and design.

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DRAFTING/CADD IV H (317044)

CADD courses provide students the fundamental skills necessary to produce and interpret basic blueprints and mechanical and technical drawings for industry and design.

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DRIVER EDUCATION (902209)

Thirty clock hours of classroom instruction, six clock hours of behind the wheel instruction and fifty hours of parental supervised driving are required by state law.

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ECONOMICS (704503)

Economics includes consideration of the following topics: attempts to reconcile unlimited wants with limited resources, the factors of production, the roles of competition, business and government in society, supply and demand, study of the stock market, production, comparative economic systems, and the role of the consumer in the U.S. economy.

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FIRE SCIENCE (4983051)

Provides an overview of fire protection; career opportunities in fire protection and related fields; philosophy and history of fire protection/service; fire loss analysis; organization and function of public and private fire protection services; fire departments as part of local government; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; fire service nomenclature; specific fire protection functions; basic fire chemistry and physics; fire protection systems; introduction to fire strategy and tactics.

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FRENCH II (502203)

French II is designed for students who can function in French at a very basic level and who wish to further develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational situations.

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FRENCH III (502303)

French III is designed for students who can function with ease in the target language and who wish to develop their skills in understanding, speaking, reading and writing in French.

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FRENCH IV (502403)

This course is designed for students who can function entirely in the target language and who wish to improve and expand their skills in understanding, speaking, reading and writing in French.

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FR ENGLISH COLLEGE PREP (201203)

Freshman English is a year-long course for incoming 9th graders where students develop skills in reading, analysis, writing, grammar, oral communication, and research.

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FR ENGLISH H (201204)

Freshman English is a year-long course for incoming 9th graders where students develop skills in reading, analysis, writing, grammar, oral communication, and research.

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FRESHMEN CO-ED PE (901109)

This course is designed for freshmen students. Freshman physical education is designed to introduce students to various team and individual sports offered at Barrington High School.

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GENDER STUDIES (704803)

The purpose of Gender Studies is to help students develop historical, theoretical and cross-cultural frameworks for the comparative study of men, women and gender.

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GENDER STUDIES H (704804)

The purpose of Gender Studies is to help students develop historical, theoretical and cross-cultural frameworks for the comparative study of men, women and gender.

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GEOMETRY (602213)

This course is designed to give students the skills needed to develop and promote the ability to think in multiple dimensions geometrically.

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GERMAN I (503103)

This course is designed for students with no background knowledge in the target language who wish to develop skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in German.

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GERMAN II (503203)

This course is designed for students who can function in the target language at a very basic level and who wish to improve and expand their skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in German.

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GERMAN III (503303)

This course is designed for students who can function in the target language at an intermediate level and who wish to improve and expand their skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in German.

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GERMAN IV (503403)

This course is designed for students who can function exclusively in the target language at an intermediate level and who wish to improve and expand their skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in the target language.

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GLOBAL STUDIES (701203)

Global Studies, a required two-semester course, encompasses the study of World History from prehistory to the 21st Century, including economics, geography and government.

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GRACE NOTES CHOIR (103113)

Freshman Grace Notes Choir is a beginning class for students interested in learning how to sing, read music, and become part of the BHS choral program.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN I (311013)

Graphic Design courses at Barrington High School familiarize students with Graphic Design theory, application, and the visual communication of ideas.

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HORTICULTURE SCIENCE II (804225)

This course builds on the horticulture foundation from Horticulture I and goes into depth on plant identification, care and maintenance of over 600+ herbaceous plants used in horticultural production and management.

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INCUBATOREDU (304215)

The Incubator course is designed to get students excited about becoming true entrepreneurs by giving them the opportunity to create and fully develop their own product or service.

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INTERMEZZO CHOIR (103223)

Intermezzo Choir is an intermediate ensemble for students interested in developing advanced choir skills and deepening their understanding of singing and reading music.

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INTERMEZZO CHOIR H (103224)

Intermezzo Choir is an intermediate ensemble for students interested in developing advanced choir skills and deepening their understanding of singing and reading music.

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INTRODUCTION TO CULINARY ARTS (401023)

This introductory culinary course includes exciting classroom and laboratory experiences needed to develop knowledge and understanding of culinary principles and nutrition for people of all ages.

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INTRODUCTION TO DANCE (901209)

No prior dance experience is necessary to enroll. This co-ed course is designed for students who want an introduction to dance that will give them the opportunity to experience a wide variety of genres.

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INTRO TO HEALTHCARE (315105)

Familiarizes students with the healthcare delivery system including an introduction to the organization, structure, function and issues related to the healthcare environment.

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INTRO TO RHETORIC (204303)

Introduction to Rhetoric introduces students to the conventions of academic writing and critical thinking and prepares students for the rigors of college by developing the skills necessary for analyzing and synthesizing information.

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JOURNALISM H (206014)

Journalism includes a three-year scope and sequence of laboratory experiences that contribute to the production of the student newspaper, The Round-Up.

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JR ENGLISH COLLEGE PREP (203203)

Junior English is a year-long course for 11th graders exploring the distinguishing characteristics of American literature and the American experience that it reflects.

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LATIN II HONORS (504204)

First semester begins with a rigorous review of Latin I vocabulary and grammar. Grammar study then progresses with comparison of adjectives, formation of infinitives and participles.

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LATIN III (504303)

First semester begins with a thorough review of all previously learned grammar. Subjunctive mood is presented, while developing Latin reading skills.

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MANDARIN CHINESE IMMERSION 2 H (507204)

This course is a continuation of the Mandarin Chinese Immersion Program.  Students will focus on improving and refining their communication skills in Mandarin and increasing their understanding of Chinese culture.

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MANDARIN CHINESE IMMERSION I H (507104)

This course is a continuation of the Mandarin Chinese Immersion Program.  Students will focus on improving and refining their communication skills in Mandarin and increasing their understanding of Chinese culture.

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MARKETING FOR MILLENIALS (302103)

Marketing for Millennials focuses on how business in the 21st Century uses the internet, social media, and traditional marketing techniques to reach the information-age generation.

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MATH 101 (604725)

Quantitative Literacy develops conceptual understanding, problem solving, decision-making and analytic skills dealing with quantities and their magnitudes and interrelationships, using calculators and personal computers as tools.

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METAL AND JEWELRY ARTS I (114103)

This course is designed to familiarize students with basic and traditional metal techniques involved in the design and creation of one-of-a-kind jewelry and metal objects.

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MOBILE APPS DEVELOPMENT (314304)

Not only have Apple iOS apps become a natural and essential part of our daily lives, but software development careers are some of the most highly paid in a fast growing job market.

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MUSIC APPRECIATION (102113)

This class is intended for the student who is interested in learning about all types of music and will include music reading, creative listening, composition, and use of current music technology.

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PRE-CALCULUS HONORS (604304)

This course is strongly recommended as a prerequisite for AP Calculus AB.  Students registering for this course should have an excellent command of skills and concepts of Algebra II-A and Trigonometry A with little need for review.

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PRE-SCHOOL I (402103)

This course actively involves the student in planning and teaching a preschool for three and four year olds, using their background experience from the Child Development course as a foundation.

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PRE-SCHOOL II H (402204)

This course is a continuation of Preschool I. Students will use their background experience and knowledge from Preschool I to develop and teach in-depth lesson plans incorporating a variety of methods.

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PRODUCTIVITY AND CREATIVITY APPL 1

Productivity and Creativity Applications is a self-paced course that develops awareness and understanding of application software for both business and creativity in the workplace.

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PRO START 1 (402015)

ProStart is a two-year, national college-level program designed by the National Restaurant Association to educate high school students in the culinary field.

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RHYTHM MACHINE HONORS (102504)

“Rithum” Machine is a jazz big band which rehearses and performs all genres of jazz as music, including swing, Latin, rock, funk, contemporary, and many other styles.

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SIGN LANGUAGE I (493105)

This course introduces the student to American Sign Language with emphasis on comprehension and production of basic language functions, grammatical structures and level-appropriate vocabulary.

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SO ENGLISH COLLEGE PREP (202203)

Sophomore English is a year-long course for incoming 10th graders where students continue to develop skills in reading, analysis, writing, grammar, oral communication, and research.

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SO ENGLISH H (202204)

Sophomore English is a year-long course for incoming 10th graders where students continue to develop skills in reading, analysis, writing, grammar, oral communication, and research.

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SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS III (505323)

This course will focus on refining and mastering advanced communication skills of both written and oral Spanish through reading various readings, advanced grammatical concepts, presentations and projects.

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SPANISH II (506203)

This course builds on the speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills developed in Spanish I or in the middle school program.

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SPANISH IV (506403)

This course will provide a continuing sequence of language for those students who would like to refine their communication skills in Spanish.

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SPANISH IV HONORS (506404)

Spanish IV Honors is a course which follows in sequence with the Honors curriculum in order to build upon reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills in accordance with the six AP themes.

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SPEECH 101 (206505)

Fundamentals of Speech Communication includes the theory and practice of oral communications, development of poise, confidence and skill in speech organization and delivery, emphasis on frequent speaking, development of standards of criticism and selection and organization of material.

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STUDIES IN LITERATURE AND FILM (204433)

Studies in Literature and Film is a semester-length elective course that combines the analysis of literary texts – classic and contemporary, fiction and nonfiction - with analogous films.

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STUDIO TV I (313103)

From pre-production to post production Studio TV students produce a bi-weekly national award-winning newscast called “BHS-TV.”

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THEATRE I (101013)

This class is designed to give students fundamental knowledge of the creative and artistic process of acting for the theatre.

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U.S. HISTORY (703203)

This one year course is intended to provide students with a survey of American History from colonization through contemporary America.

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VIDEO PRODUCTION I (313013)

This course offers an engaging and professional learning experience through a hands-on learning approach as students acquire the fundamentals of video production.

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VIDEO PRODUCTION II H (313024)

This course offers an engaging and professional learning experience through a hands-on learning approach as students acquire the fundamentals of video production.

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WOODWORKING I (318103)

These sequential woods courses are designed to teach students skills that include safety around tools and equipment, measurement, hand tool use and identification, wood joints, board foot computation, power tool and machine use, project selection, planning and construction.

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WOODWORKING II (318203)

These sequential woods courses are designed to teach students skills that include safety around tools and equipment, use and construction of wood joints, wood lathe spindle turning, project construction and wood finishing.

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WOODWORKING III H (318304)

These sequential woods courses are designed to teach students skills that include safety around tools and equipment, organization of materials, project construction, special jigs and setups, wood lathe face plate turning, hand and power tool/machine maintenance and care.

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WOODWORKING IV H (318404)

These sequential woods courses are designed to continue to teach students skills that include safety with tools and equipment, project construction using special jigs and fixtures, and more advanced setups.

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