High School Program Sample Clauses

High School Program. The High School program would use the APEX Learning platform and be taught by a subject- specific SLCUSD credentialed teacher in English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and language. Course offerings would allow students to advance toward their next grade and be prepared for their next grade level or graduation and A-G preparation and UC/CSU attendance. ● Students are in a separate program from their regular school site. Students will remain in the VLP for the 2020-2021 school year. ● If a student wishes to return to their home school during the 2020-2021 school year, they may apply to do so and a transfer would be approved on a space-available basis only. ● Students will automatically return to their previous school sites for the 2021-2022 school year. ● The program is open to ALL students currently in SLCUSD, including students with IEPs and 504 accommodations. ● Classes and courses will be taught by SLCUSD teachers wherever possible. ● If over the course of the year, extracurricular activities or sports are available at a student’s school of residence, they may participate in before and after school activities offered, but not during the school day hours. This would exclude participation from lunchtime clubs. ● Families will continue to receive all ParentSquare and school communications. ● Students will be able to participate in most end-of-year activities. High School Course Offerings English Science English 9 Biology English 10 (College Prep/Honors) Chemistry English 11 or AP Lit AP Chemistry (11th & 12th only) Expository Writing or AP English Language Environmental Science (11th & 12th grade and Comp only) History/Social Studies Math World History, Culture & Geography Algebra 1 World History Since the Renaissance Honors Geometry (match to AP Euro) Algebra 2 US History & Geography (P) Pre-Calculus AP US History Geometry Honors US Government and Politics Algebra 2 Honors AP US Government Pre Calculus Honors Economics AP Calculus A/B AP Macroeconomics AP Statistics World Language Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, AP Electives/Other Principles of Health Science (Req.) Music Appreciation (VAPA) Art Appreciation (VAPA) Psychology Sociology Ethnic Studies Creative Writing PE (2 years-9/10) Sample High School Schedule - 6 Periods 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Eng 9 (P) Eng 10 (P/H) Eng 11 or AP Lit Expository (ERWC) or AP Lang Alg 1 Geometry Alg 2 Elective or Pre Calc or AP Stats Biology Chemistry Elective Science elective=AP chem or Envi...
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High School Program a. The subjects in this program will be taught by certified teachers, preferably within their certification area; one teacher with a maximum of 8 students, 2 teachers with a maximum of 16 students per session.
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