Middle School

  • CORE CLASSES

    • English - Grade 6 (1109)
    • Honors English - Grade 6 (H1109)*
    • English - GRADE 7 (1110)
    • HonorsEnglish- GRADE 7 (H1110)*
    • English - Grade 8 (1120)
    • Honors English - GRADE 8 (H1120)

    ELECTIVE CLASSES

    • Reading - Grades 6 (1106)
    • Reading - Grade 7 (1107)
    • Reading - Grade 8 (1108)
    • Public Speaking (51151)

    REQUIRED STATE TESTS

    • 6th Grade Reading SOL (Adminstered in May)
    • 7th Grade Reading SOL (Adminstered in May)
    • 8th Grade Writing SOL (Adminstered in March)
    • 8th Grade Reading SOL (Adminstered in May)

    *NOTE ABOUT HONORS COURSES*

    Placement is based on information from assessment, observation and teacher recommendation. Students enrolled in Honors are still responsible for the Grade Level English Standards of Learning, but are offered opportunities to explore the curriculum through more rigorous analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of grade level materials.

High School

  • CORE CLASSES

    Core classes are one credit each. Students need four standard credits for the standard or advanced diploma.

    • English - Grade 9  (1130) 
    • Honors English - Grade 9 (H1130)*
    • English - Grade 10 (1140)
    • Honors English- Grade 10 (H1140)*
    • English - Grade 11 (1150)
    • Honors English - Grade 11 (H1140)
    • English - Grade 12 (1160)
    • Honors English - Grade 12 (H1160)
    • AP Literature and Composition (1195)
    • AP Language and Composition (1196)

    ELECTIVE CLASSES

    • Publication Production/ Yearbook (0239)
    • English Composition (1102)
    • Debate (1153)
    • Creative Writing (1171)
    • Grade 12 English Capstone (1176)
    • Advanced Composition (1177)
    • High School Developmental Reading I (1181)
    • High School Developmental Reading II (1182)
    • High School Developmental Reading III (1183)
    • High School Developmental Reading IV (1184)
    • Journalism I (1200)
    • Journalism II (1210)
    • Journalism III (1211)
    • Journalism IV (1212)
    • Advanced Speech (1302)
    • College Assessments: Standardized Test Preparation (22001)

    REQUIRED STATE TESTS

    • EOC Grade Reading SOL (Adminstered in May)
    • EOC Writing SOL (Adminstered in March)

    Please see Substitute Tests Approved for Awarding Verified Credit

    *NOTE ABOUT HONORS COURSES*

    Placement is based on information from assessment, observation and teacher recommendation. Students enrolled in Honors are still responsible for the Grade Level English Standards of Learning, but are offered opportunities to explore the curriculum through more rigorous analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of grade level materials.