Students in this class will become familiar with the basic principles of graphic design.   They will develop logos, marketing materials, and a variety of camera-ready print copy, screen-printing patterns, and computer based publications. 

This course introduces students to world literature through the study of its traditions, techniques, and genres.  The course emphasizes extensive instruction in the writing process in which students produce numerous essays dealing with literature and other topics.  Vocabulary development builds on the program started at the freshman level.  The course also incorporates a study of humanities as a means of investigating world literature.  This course fulfills the English requirement for grade 10.

To develop attitudes and skills towards artistic and human values based on the concepts of visual communication and expressions, students will experience visual elements and design principles through a sequential arrangement of problems utilizing selected techniques and art media. Course work includes drawing, color theory, painting, printmaking, two-dimensional design, and three-dimensional design. It also provides a context in which the student may see the relationship of his work to the continuum of historical to contemporary art. Students will also study how visual arts interrelate with the other arts. This course satisfies the districts fine arts graduation requirement.

This course offers students the opportunity to explore and analyze the traditions, techniques, and genres of American literature. The course emphasizes writing and offers extensive instruction in the writing process. In addition, the curriculum includes usage and mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course fulfills the English requirement for grade 11.

This course offers students the opportunity to explore and analyze the traditions, techniques, and genres of American literature. The course emphasizes writing and offers extensive instruction in the writing process. In addition, the curriculum includes usage and mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course fulfills the English requirement for grade 11.

This course integrates the language arts skills of reading, writing, literature, research, speaking, and listening. It is designed for students who have aptitudes for broader and deeper study in the areas of literature, writing, and communication. Students analyze non-fiction and fiction to better understand the elements of written expression. The writing program emphasizes the development of voice and style. Students will study communication theory, public speaking, and small and large group discussion skills. The performance component will allow students to demonstrate their understanding of course content and their ability to communicate effectively.

In this course, remedial students explore and analyze a modified version of the traditions, techniques, and genres of American literature. The course emphasizes writing and offers extensive instruction in the writing process. In addition, the curriculum includes usage and mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course is designed for students needing additional support in basic reading and writing skills. This course meets the English requirement for grade 11.

This course introduces students to world literature through the study of its traditions, techniques, and genres. The course emphasizes extensive instruction in the writing process in which students produce numerous essays dealing with literature and other topics. Vocabulary development builds on the program started at the freshman level. The course also incorporates a study of humanities as a means of investigating world literature. This course fulfills the English requirement for grade 10.

This course introduces the fundamental skills of effective written and oral communication including style, structure, and language appropriate for various purposes and audiences. Students will be actively involved in research methodology, writing, and speaking. As part of the course work, students will review basic grammar and usage, study vocabulary, read selected fiction and nonfiction texts, and utilize technology to develop multimedia products and presentations.