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

Topics in Biology

This course will explore selected biological topics including cell structure and function, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and human physiology. For each topic, students will engage

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

Environmental Justice

Why do pollution crises like the one that struck Flint, Michigan, in 2014 happen most often in places with majority Latinx and African American populations?

Poetry Now!

In this three-term poetry workshop class, students read and discuss published contemporary poetry with the aim of writing their own meaningful and powerful original poetry.

Future Shock: Contemporary Literature

The ground-breaking “dystopian” novels of the 20th Century, such as Orwell’s 1984, Huxley’s Brave New World and Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, have produced an extraordinary

Adv. Music Comp. & Analysis

This class aims to empower students to compose, produce, and share their own musical creations by unlocking the secrets of what makes music magical. To

Chinese 3

In this intermediate level course, students reinforce what they have acquired in the previous levels and expand and deepen their skills in listening, speaking, reading,

Latin 1: Foundations

Who were the Romans? What did they say about the world and how did they say it? What makes their language and culture relevant today?


This course is designed for students who would benefit from significant reinforcement of topics from Algebra I as they pertain to geometric problems. The emphasis