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            English

            English The English Department bases its curriculum on the premise that it is essential to foster all the literacy processes, including reading, writing, listening and speaking. The curriculum is a four-year program in which written and oral communication skills are presented in a developed sequence. Skills introduced freshman year are reinforced and strengthened during the next three years. In addition to language skill, each year’s course addresses a particular aspect of literature.

            Required

            English 1 (Grade 9)

            English 2 (Grade 10)

            English 3 or AP Literature & Composition (Grade 11)

            English 4 or AP Literature & Composition or AP Language & Composition (Grade 12)

            Electives

            Debate (Grades 10-12)

            Development of Dramatic Arts (Grades 10-12)

            Introduction to Broadcasting (Grades 10-12)

            Creative Writing (Grades 11-12)

            Introduction to Journalism (Grades 10-11)

            Advanced Journalism (Grades 11-12) 

            Journalism Leadership (Grades 11-12) 

            Library Internship 1 (Grades 10-12) 

            Library Internship 2 (Grades 11-12)

            For additional details, including course descriptions, course levels, and pre-requisites, click to view Curriculum Guide: Download