High School


Sports, clubs, friends, events, extracurriculars. High School has finally begun and there are more options to build your student’s future character than ever before. Now that they have been taught the fundamentals of education, students will be tested to apply their knowledge to a diverse panel of subjects as the variable of competition makes itself more prevalent. It is important to understand that high school is not only an opportunity for students to flourish academically, but a setting that lends itself to strategically build their resumes.

Focus Areas

– Drawing Conclusions
– Identifying & Expressing Main Ideas
– Retention Rate
– Critical Thinking

– Fundamentals of Poetry
– Identifying Writing Styles
– Report Writing
– Proper Essay Construction

– Algebra 1
– Algebra 2
– Geometry
– Trigonometry
– Pre-Calculus
– Calculus
– The Real Number System
– Quantities
– Arithmetic with Polynomials and Rational Expressions Creating Equations Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities Functions

– Biology
– Chemistry
– Physics
– Earth Science

-World Geography
-Ancient and Classical Civilizations in the Mediterranean to the Fall of the Roman Empire Ideas that Shaped History
-World History I: The World from the Fall of Rome through the Enlightenment
-World History II: The Rise of the Nation State to the Present
-U.S. History I: The Revolution through Reconstruction, 1763–1877 64 U.S.
-History II: Reconstruction to the Present, 1877–2001