Over 40 courses offered for grades 6 to 12.

We offer a comprehensive list of courses designed based on appropriate Common Core and State standards

Course Catalog

Middle School Courses (Grades 6 – 8)

  • Mathematics (7th Grade)
    The seventh-grade standards place emphasis on solving problems involving consumer-applications, using proportional reasoning, and gaining proficiency in computations with integers. The students will gain an understanding of the properties of real numbers, solve one-step linear equations and inequalities, and use data analysis techniques to make inferences, conjectures, and predictions. Two- and three-dimensional representations, graphing transformations in the coordinate plane, and probability will be extended.
  • Mathematics (8th Grade)
    8th Grade Mathematics(Gray)- The eighth-grade standards contain both content that reviews or extends concepts and skills learned in previous grades and new content that prepares students for more abstract concepts in algebra and geometry. Students will gain proficiency in computation with rational numbers and use proportions to solve a variety of problems. New concepts include, but are not limited to, solving two-step equations and inequalities and graphing linear equations. Students will also represent relations and functions using tables, graphs, and rules.
  • Sciences (7th Grade)
    7th grade Science Lab(Brown)- A science course designed for 7th grade students. This course covers topics in Earth and Space Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical Science, Science and Technology, Scientific Inquiry, and Scientific Ways of Knowing. There is an emphasis on Earth Sciences and Life Sciences. Student evaluation is based upon on-line weekly assignments and quizzes.
  • Sciences (8th Grade)
    8th grade Science Lab(Gray)- A science course designed for 8th grade students. This course covers topics in Earth and Space Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Science and Technology, Scientific Inquiry, and Scientific Ways of Knowing. There is an emphasis on Earth and Space Sciences. Student evaluation is based upon on-line weekly assignments and quizzes.
  • Reading & Writing (7th Grade)
    7th Grade Reading and Writing(Brown)- A language arts course designed for 7th graders. The course covers basic vocabulary, grammar, reading strategies to help student comprehend and internalize all type of text, including persuasive, informational and technical, and literary text. It also covers basic writing skills to help students generate writing ideas, use various strategies to organize their writing, use sensory details to enhance writing, and observe conventions of writing such as spelling, punctuation, and grammar. A variety of assessments will be used to evaluate student performance.
  • Reading & Writing (8th Grade)
    8th Grade Reading Writing(Gray)- A language arts course designed for 8th grade students. Students will build on basic knowledge to enhance vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing skills. Students will extend their knowledge of word structure through the study of Greek, Latin and Anglo-Saxon roots, prefixes and suffixes. They will continue to use reading strategies learned in earlier grades, learn how characterization, setting, plot, point of view, themes, time and symbols are used by authors in creating literary works. Students will also develop their writing skills as they create narratives, responses to literature, and information essays and reports. A variety of assessments will be used to evaluate student performance.

High School Courses (Grades 9 – 12)


  • Social Studies

    World History(Grades 9-10)
    This course is designed to give the students a global perspective on modern world history. The class will start with world history around the 1400's, progressing through the Cold War to present day. A unit on the major world religions will also be covered. This course will also include current events and their impact on society. Students will be expected to critically analyze historical situations, develop written essays, and express their own viewpoints.1 Credit

    American History(Grades 9-10)
    This course is designed to provide the students with an in-depth analysis of American historical concepts. Emphasis will be on the historical developments from the Civil War to the present day. The study will include the political, economic, social, intellectual and cultural ideas and events of the last 130 years. Students will be able to analyze historical events, conceptualize factual data, and speculate on the outcome of particular events. Students will be expected to compare different points of view (perspectives), discuss current events and develop written essays. 1 Credit

    Government(Grades 11-12)
    This is a course designed to give the student a basic background with the dealings of our federal, state, and local government. The class always examines important Supreme Court cases that have shaped society today, as well as learning about current events in government. 1 Credit

    Economics(Grades 11-12)
    This is a course designed to teach both macro and micro economics at various levels, as well as teach students about real world economics that they may face when joining the adult work force.½ Credit

    Current Events(Grades 11-12)
    This is a course designed to teach students about events that are happening that are affecting their lives at the local, national, and world level. The students will examine many news outlet including television, newspaper, and internet blogs. This course is structured for independent research by the student and requires outside involvement to complete projects.½ Credit

  • Mathematics


    Integrated Math I (pre-Algebra 8th or 9th Grade)
    This course is designed for those students who may have had trouble in achieving a proficient level in their previous math courses. This course combines the eighth and ninth grade standards. This allows an extra year of growth and comprehension before students are expected to succeed at higher levels in their high school math courses.1 Credit

    Integrated Math II (Algebra I 8-10th Grade)
    This course covers the ninth-grade standards. It contains both content that reviews or extends concepts and skills learned in previous grades and new, more abstract concepts in algebra. Students will continue gaining proficiency in computation with rational numbers and algebraic properties. New concepts include, but are not limited to, graphing linear inequalities, solving systems of equations and simplifying algebraic expressions with exponents.1 Credit

    Integrated Math III(Geometry 10th-12 Grade, Algebra I a pre-requisites)
    This course covers the tenth-grade standards. While concentrating on a wide range of geometry topics, students will continue to use and master algebra skills that have been introduced in previous courses. Students will also have opportunities in this course to work on the development of logic and reasoning skills.1 Credit

    Integrated Math IV(Algebra II 11th-12th, Geometry and Algebra I pre-requisites)
    This course covers the eleventh-grade standards. Students must have a working knowledge of key topics from Integrated Math II and Integrated Math III including (but not limited to) number line, solving equations inequalities and absolute value and distance. The focus of this course is to reinforce and extend the algebraic topics from Integrated Math II but continues to introduce higher-level aspects of all standards.1 Credit

  • Sciences

    Integrated Science 1(9th Grade)
    a science course designed as an introductory science course for high school students. This course covers topics in Earth and Space Sciences, Physical Sciences, Science and Technology, Scientific Inquiry, and Scientific Ways of Knowing. There is an emphasis on the Physical Sciences as well as Scientific Inquiry and Scientific Ways of Knowing through the use of virtual laboratory activities. Student evaluation is based upon on-line weekly assignments, quizzes, and laboratory activities.1 Credit

    Biology (Grades 10-12)
    Biology students will start with the study of cell and molecular biology. They'll cover experimental design, the biochemical basis of life, cell structure and function, basic metabolism and principles of genetics. They'll build on this foundation with an exploration into evolution, biodiversity, organism biology and ecology. As part of the study of vertebrates, students also will be introduced to the structure and function of major organ systems and biological processes in humans. Students will learn biological sciences vocabulary and develop critical thinking skills. Virtual laboratory activities will be used to further develop students' understanding of Scientific Inquiry and Scientific Ways of Knowing. A variety of assessments will be used to evaluate student performance. 1 Credit

    Integrated Science 3 (Grades 11-12)
    a science course designed as the sequel to Integrated Science 2 and to meet the Ohio Core requirement of one unit of advanced study. This course covers topics in Earth and Space Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Science and Technology, Scientific Inquiry, and Scientific Ways of Knowing. The use of virtual laboratory activities will further develop students' understanding of Scientific Inquiry and Scientific Ways of Knowing. A variety of assessments will be used to evaluate student performance.1 Credit

  • Language Arts

    Language Arts 1(9th Grade)
    a course designed for 9th grade students. Students will build on prior knowledge of vocabulary, apply reading comprehension strategies to more complex tests and begin to identify and understand organizational patterns authors use to accomplish their purpose and reach their intended audience. In addition students will continue to improve writing skills and will be able to write a narrative that holds readers' interest; write responses to literature, research and write informal essays and reports, write persuasive essays and produce informal writing using correct writing conventions.1 Credit

    Composition and World Literature 2(10th Grade)
    a course designed for 10th graders. This is a course in progress. It will use technology, including discussion forums, wikis, videos, audios, etc. to help student become proficient in skills appropriate for the 10th grade level.
    Reading and writing will be linked throughout the course. After students study and analyze informational text including use of effective organizational techniques, appeals to authority, appropriate use of details and persuasive techniques, effectiveness of information included, etc., they will practice including those elements in their own informational writing. After studying literary texts and identifying how characterization, setting, plot, theme, literary techniques, symbolism, point of view and figurative language shape literary text, students will apply those concepts to their own writing. Technology will help them throughout as they use online research sources, online dictionaries and online thesauruses. Additionally technology will help them become part of a cooperative.1 Credit

    Language Arts 3(11th Grade)
    a language arts course designed for 11th graders. Students will continue to acquire and refine vocabulary. They will continue to use reading comprehension strategies and apply them to complex reading materials. While reading informational, technical and persuasive text they will learn to analyze the rhetorical devices used in public documents and speeches, distinguish between valid and invalid reference providing evidence to support their finding, and analyze an author's stated and implied beliefs about a topic. When reading literary text, they will learn to compare and contrast motivations of characters, analyze the historical and social context of setting, analyze the characteristics of various literary periods and how events shaped the writers of that period. Students will continue to refine and develop their own writing skills by writing reflective compositions, responses to literature, informational essays and reports, research papers and persuasive compositions that use grammatically correct writing conventions and proper citation and acknowledgement of sources.1 Credit

    British Literature -(12th Grade)
    Students will continue to acquire and refine vocabulary. They will continue to use reading comprehension strategies and apply them to complex reading materials. While reading informational, technical and persuasive text they will learn to analyze the rhetorical devices used in public documents and speeches, distinguish between valid and invalid reference providing evidence to support their finding, and analyze an author's stated and implied beliefs about a topic. When reading literary text, they will learn to compare and contrast motivations of characters, analyze the historical and social context of setting, analyze the characteristics of various literary periods and how events shaped the writers of that period. Students will continue to refine and develop their own writing skills by writing reflective compositions, responses to literature, informational essays and reports, research papers and persuasive compositions that use grammatically correct writing conventions and proper citation and acknowledgement of sources.1 Credit

    Employability Skills A (Grades 10-12)
    activities, students will develop an awareness of personal strengths, interests, and values, and understand how these attributes should guide job search activities. Students will also learn basic job search techniques, skills to accurately complete job applications and résumé's, and tips for a successful interview.½ Credit

    Employability Skills B (Grades 10-12)
    activities, students will learn the benefits of working, how to complete required forms for employment, and the importance of understanding company policies and procedures. Students will also learn how to establish and maintain positive working relationships as well as strategies for personal financial success.½ Credit

  • Arts

    Music Appreciation (Grades 9-12)
    The music appreciation course provides students with an opportunity to consider the role of music in society and in their own lives. Music history, development of genres, groundbreaking composers and performers are also topics in the course. Assessment consists of writing assignments and assessments. Students also participate in online discussions related to lessons in the course.½ Credit

    Art Appreciation Class (Grades 9-12)1 Credit
    Through this art course the student will learn to respond, create and communicate issues and themes in visual art to develop a personal point of view. The student will learn the properties of art, principles of design and art vocabulary as well as how society and culture influences how we view art. The student will be introduced to art careers and how the relationship of art to other disciplines creates opportunities for lifelong involvement in visual arts.½ Credit
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