• French III

    French III students continue to build on the skills from the two previous levels of their study of French by developing and refining the five major skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural competency. Students will study the richness of culture in Francophone countries, comparing and contrasting the habits of the Francophone people to our own, while expanding their vocabulary, communication, and grammar skills. Students are expected to speak and write in French as much as possible, and assessments will be in French.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for French.

  • French II

    French II students continue to build on the skills from the first level of their study of French by developing the five major skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural competency. Students will study the richness of culture in Francophone countries, comparing and contrasting the habits of the Francophone people to our own, while expanding their vocabulary, communication, and grammar skills. Students are expected to speak and write in French as much as possible, and assessments will be in French.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for French.

  • French I

    French I students will begin their study of French by developing the five major skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural competency. Students will study the richness of culture in Francophone countries, comparing and contrasting the habits of the Francophone people to our own, while expanding their vocabulary, communication, and grammar skills.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for French.

  • Chemistry I

    In this course students explore the interaction of matter and energy that applies analytical investigation, observation, experimentation, models, evidence, and systematic processes to the manipulation of chemical quantities and problem solving applications in various earth science, life science, and other physical science fields of study. Emphasis is given to qualitative and quantitative study. Students will participate in virtual, interactive chemistry laboratory experiences.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for Chemistry.

  • Biology II: Ecology

    This course builds upon the detailed understandings of living systems addressed in Biology I. Students investigate the flow of matter and energy in biotic and abiotic components of an ecosystem; geochemical processes; chemical and biochemical processes essential for life; water chemistry and the impact of water on life processes; and processes and interactions of Earth systems. Content gives focus to the individual, populations, communities, ecosystems, biomes, and global issues. 

    This course aligns with the Virginia Department of Education’s Science Content Guidelines for Biology II: Ecology.

  • Biology II: Anatomy/Physiology

    In this laboratory-based course, students will gain an in-depth understanding and working knowledge of the structure and function of the human body. The course will cover the eleven systems of the human body with emphasis on the mechanisms that maintain homeostasis. Laboratory and clinical case studies will be used to illustrate anatomical and physiological concepts. Careers in the medical sciences are explored. Students will study basic anatomical terminology and the biochemical composition of the human body, with detail of each of the major systems of the body. One of the goals of this course is to provide students with the skills necessary to be successful in future science classes in college and medical fields.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Department of Education’s Science Content Guidelines for Biology II: Anatomy & Physiology.

  • Biology I

    This course provides students with a detailed understanding of living systems. Students investigate biochemical life processes, cellular organization, mechanisms of inheritance, dynamic relationships among organisms, and the changes in organisms through time.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for Biology.

  • Algebra, Functions, and Data Analysis

    This course is considered a bridge to Algebra II, as it builds upon the student’s understanding of Algebra I skills in preparation for the skills taught in Algebra II. Within the context of mathematical modeling and data analysis, students will study functions and their behaviors, systems of inequalities, probability, experimental design and implementation, and analysis of data.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for Algebra, Functions & Data Analysis.

  • Pre-Calculus/Mathematical Analysis

    This course develops students’ understanding of algebraic and transcendental functions, parametric and polar equations, sequences, series, and vectors.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for Mathematical Analysis.

  • Trigonometry

    Trigonometry focuses on the relationships of angles on a coordinate graph. Students will identify and use connections between right triangle ratios, trigonometric functions, and circular functions. This course will provide the needed material to finish preparing a student to continue in upper-level mathematics courses like Pre-Calculus and Calculus.

    Note: Students planning on enrolling in an Algebra course past Algebra II may not need to enroll in this course, as the same content is often covered. Consult a local school counselor and check course descriptions at the local school before enrolling in this course.

    This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for Trigonometry.