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The high school curriculum is built to meet the needs and capabilities of every high school student and all our online high school programs help the student to find their own path to success. The students can attend online high school classes wherever there is an internet connection. All our high school classes are interactive, self-paced, and offers personalized education to students on one-to-one support.
Grade- 9 course curriculum is designed to enhance the essential skills in core subjects. After enrolling with 9th-grade high school course curriculum students are exposed to the new ways of online learning. The 9th grade online school Program introduces new topics along with activating the knowledge gained in middle school grades. This serves as the best start for high school education. Grade 9 classes include English, Math, Science and Social Studies along with the languages and high school electives courses.
To expose students to a variety of literary genres to further their appreciation of literature. To develop students’ vocabulary-building skills through the use of context clues and word origin/structure analysis. To help students recognize and understand the use of a variety of literary elements (terms and techniques). To enable students to respond to literature in a way that reflects intelligent and thoughtful analysis. To provide a wide range of learning opportunities, including daily and longer-term projects, in order that students of all ability levels may be able to reach their respective potentials and be successful. To foster a classroom atmosphere that emphasizes the importance of respect for others’ opinions, beliefs and ways of being
This course is designed for the student who can independently use and apply the basic skills of arithmetic. The course introduces the student to the basic structure of Algebra through the use and application of real numbers, inequalities, factoring, polynomials, linear and quadratic equations, and graphs. Appropriate technology will be used to enhance mathematical understanding and problem solving skills. Students who successfully complete this course with a grade of “C” or higher should be prepared to take Geometry. This course introduces the student to the deductive method of proof with the use of points, lines, and planes. Solid geometry is integrated with plane geometry to lead the student to consideration of two-and three-dimensional figures and to develop the ability to visualize space relationships. Students who successfully complete this course with a grade of “C” or higher should be prepared for Algebra II. Algebra II is a continuation of the algebraic processes begun in Algebra I. This course includes solving equations, inequalities, matrices, graphing, functions, powers, roots, logarithms, complex numbers, polynomials, quadratic relations, sequences, series, probability and statistics. Appropriate technology is integrated into the curriculum.
The Earth and Space Science course is a course focusing on the study of space, geologic structures and forces, the waters on our planet, and the atmospheric forces that shape our world. Students will explore the Earth’s spheres including the geosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, atmosphere, and the cycles of the Earth such as the water and carbon cycle. Students will learn about scientific inquiry, geologic time, space exploration, the solar system, and the universe. Physical science is a first-year science class at this school. Physical science is the study of the physical world around you. Physical science can be broken up into two branches, chemistry and physics.
World History is a required course for sophomores concerning the nations and peoples of the world. Included with the history and geography are cultural development, political and economic systems and social structures. The student will be challenged to think critically about international relations, human commonalities and differences and their impact on the student’s own life. We will begin this course with an introduction into history, geography, and a little bit of anthropology to give you a framework for understanding the course as a whole. We will then begin with the four primary ancient civilizations and work our way through present day. This course is designed to give you an over view of what we know about World History and encourage you to think critically about the development of history as it relates to our present day cultures and situations. Think of this course as the greatest epic ever written — one long story about the development, impact, and innovations of humans.
The purpose of this course is to (a) acquire knowledge of physical fitness concepts (b) understand the influence of lifestyle on health and fitness, and (c) begin to develop an optimal level of fitness. High School Students are taught the content that includes, but not limited to, the following: -safety practices -technology applications -assessment of health-related fitness -components of physical fitness -health problems associated with inadequate fitness levels -psychological values of physical fitness, including stress management -evaluation of physical activities in terms of fitness value -fitness program design nutrition -benefits derived from participation in physical activity.
Health Education is designed to give students an awareness of the importance of one’s health in improving the quality of life. It is a subject of Grade-9 High Course that includes choosing and financing health services; communicable diseases; chronic disorders; abuse of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; and other topics related to developing health-educated individuals.