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

AP Seminar: H2O & Food Systems

In this AP Seminar course, students explore the complexity of global food and water access/delivery systems while developing their skills as critical thinkers and strong

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

America in Black & White

American writer W.E.B. DuBois once claimed that “the problem of the 20th century [was] the problem of the color-line—the relation of the darker to the

United States History

This course in American history prioritizes depth over breadth in exploring certain critical junctures in the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the United

French 1

In this introductory course, students learn basic French communication skills ñ while also exploring the cultures of the Francophone world. They engage in their own

Spanish 3

Spanish 3 is an intermediate level course in which students review the grammatical structures from the beginning sequence while developing their communicative abilities. The class


This course offers an introduction to the derivative and the integral. The pace of this course allows for a review of precalculus topics when necessary.

Data Structures & Algorithms

This course follows AP Computer Science and covers the analysis and design of fundamentaldata structures. Students learn to use these data structures to code algorithms

American Echoes

Carl Sagan once declared, “Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding together people who never knew each other, citizens of distant epochs.” What