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Twelfth Grade

Welcome to Your SENIOR Year!
  • Academic English, Total Credits: 1
    • This class covers 200 vocabulary words.
    • Focuses on World Literature. Our textbook takes us around the world from Mesopotamia to modern world literature.
    • The novels read this year include authors from South Africa, Russia, China, and Europe. Some of the novels read include Things Fall Apart, The Good Earth, Anna Karanina, Three Musketeers, and Hunchback of Notre Dame.
    • Writing assignments focus on perfecting the essay, and the research paper.
  • Honors English, Total Credits: 1
    • This class covers vocabulary words of five per day up through December.
    • We begin the year with a basic study of Mythology.
    • Next we work through a book on identifying Archetypes.
    • We then proceed into the World Literature textbook. This class requires an extensive amount of reading and writing. At least ten novels are read throughout the year. Books read during this year include "The Great Divorce" and "The Chosen".
    • Writing assignments are varied. Papers are written using both the MLA and APA style of writing.
Social Studies
  • Total Credits: 1
  • Government/Economics
    • Covers: The founding of our nation, the structure on which it was founded and the changing political and economical scenery of the United States.
  • Electives: Sociology
  • AP History
  • Accounting or AP Calculus AB, Total Credits: 1

AP Physics C: Mechanics

  • This is an entry level calculus-based college physics course. A calculus foundation is not required prior to this class, but should be taken concurrently. Students will learn about motion, forces, energy, and momentum in linear, angular, and oscillatory focuses through lecture and hands-on labs. At the end of the course, students have the option of taking an AP Exam to potentially earn 4 college credits. This course is particular geared towards those interested in engineering and other math-based sciences, but is beneficial to anyone interested in how math clearly describes objects' interactions in the world.

  • Credits: 1

    • Introduction to Forensic Science

    • Types of Evidence

    • Fingerprinting

    • Hair and Fiber Analysis

    • Drug Analysis

    • Toxicology

    • Blood Spatter

    • DNA Analysis

    • Human Remains

    • Document Analysis

Honors Anatomy
  • Credits: 1
    • Anatomical Position
    • Integumentary System
    • Skeletal System
    • Muscular System
    • Nervous System
    • Cardiovascular System
    • Dissection