Level 1

Level One is designed with smaller class sizes to allow for more individualized attention.

Grade Courses
9th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Physical Science
  • Basic Algebra I - Part One
  • Civics
  • PE
10th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Biology
  • Basic Algebra I - Part Two
  • World Civilizations
  • Drivers Education
  • PE
11th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Ecology/Marine Biology
  • Basic Geometry
  • Spanish I or German I
  • American History
12th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Practical Math or Algebra II
  • Political Science
  • Spanish II or German II

Level 2

Level Two is our middle level tract that is designed to prepare students for college.

Grade Courses
9th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Physical Science
  • Geometry
  • Civics
  • Spanish I or German I
  • PE
10th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Biology
  • Algebra II
  • World Civilizations
  • Spanish II or German II
  • Drivers Education
  • PE
11th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Chemistry
  • Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry
  • American History
  • Spanish III or German III
12th
  • Bible
  • English
  • Physics
  • Honors Anatomy & Physiology
  • Discrete Math
  • Political Science
  • Spanish IV or German IV

Honors

The Honors Level is an accelerated academic program for those that are in the top 15-20% academically. The pace is swift and the workload is greater than the other levels. This Honors Program is designed for those that are abstract thinkers, are self-motivated, and meet deadlines consistently.

Grade Courses
9th
  • Bible
  • Honors English
  • Honors Biology
  • Honors Geometry
  • Civics
  • Spanish I or German I
  • PE
10th
  • Bible
  • Honors English
  • Honors Chemistry
  • Honors Algebra II
  • World Civilizations
  • Spanish II or German II
  • Drivers Education
  • PE
11th
  • Bible
  • AP Biology
  • Honors English
  • AP American History
  • Honors Physics
  • Honors Pre-Calculus
  • American History
  • Spanish III or German III
12th
  • Bible
  • AP Calculus AB
  • Honors English
  • AP Literature
  • Honors Physics
  • Honors Anatomy & Physiology
  • Political Science
  • Spanish IV or German IV

Advanced Placement

We currently offer the following Advanced Placement courses:

  • Junior Year: AP Biology and AP American History
  • Senior Year: AP Literature AP Calculus AB

The maximum number of students permitted to enroll in an AP course is fifteen. Students enrolled in AP courses must take the National AP Exam in May. Students must pay for all the costs of an AP course: textbooks, class supplies, and exam. Students are recommended for AP courses according to the following criteria:

  1. Completing the prerequisite courses
  2. Mastering the courses in the same or related discipline(s)
  3. Standardized testing results - SAT, PSAT, National Math Exam
  4. Department placement - teacher recommendation
  5. AP courses meet 6 periods per week, are worth 1.5 credit, and have a weight of 1.3