AP Physics C: E & M

This is a second-year course for students who have a serious interest in studying physicsbeyond the introductory level. The AP syllabus topics of electrostatics, DC

Latin 2H: Foundations 2H

This course represents an accelerated version of Latin 200. Assuming a solid foundation in Latin vocabulary and morphology, Latin 200A will cover the remainder of

Latin 2: Foundations 2

In this course, we construct a solid foundation in Latin, seeking to read extended Latin prose texts (adapted) and gain sufficient knowledge to understand these

Africa through the Lens

This interdisciplinary course aims to create critical consumers of images regarding the African Continent by examining how stories have been told about the Continent through

American Studies

An interdisciplinary course combining honors U.S. History and eleventh-grade English, American Studies tracks intersecting threads of history, literature, art, and culture throughout the development of

Voices & Visions of Justice

Envisioning the demands of equitable societies and developing their distinctive, expressive voices as writers and thinkers, ninth graders explore familiar and unfamiliar lives and dilemmas

Central Questions

When Hamlet asks, “To be, or not to be? That is the question,” he utters what has become, unfortunately, a cliche. In the context of

Arabic 2: Intermediate

This course advances students’ Arabic skills into the intermediate level of proficiency in all language skills, both in the communicative Levantine dialect as well as

French 5 Honors

This accelerated course emphasizes oral proficiency, composition, and literary and oral analysis. Students will read a variety of genres from the Francophone world. This class

Spanish 6: Honors Lat Am Lit

This course allows our most advanced students of Spanish to delve further into the language, cultures and literatures of the Spanish-speaking world. The course readings

AP Calculus BC

This course follows the Advanced Placement BC syllabus, which incorporates an introduction to the derivative and the integral with their applications and work in infinite

AP Chemistry

This course is for students with a strong interest in science and exceptional quantitative skills. The course is equivalent to an introductory chemistry class at