Guide to Advanced Learning Options at Inglemoor High School

Advanced Learning Options at Inglemoor High School (2022)

Text Box: Note well: This guide is for incoming high school students designated as Highly Capable (HiCap) or students who have advanced learning needs in one or more subject areas, as well as for their parents or guardians. 
The HiCap Parents Council wrote this addendum to the course catalog. The school district and high school did not sponsor or approve this addendum.In planning your path through high school, we advise that you look at the four years together. Plan around meeting core graduation requirements and carefully consider what colleges prefer or require. (Look for college-specific requirements or preferences on their admissions pages.) View high school requirements as the minimum –they are for high school graduation, not necessarily for college prep. In addition, be flexible and look at all options throughout high school.

We suggest that you review the course catalog carefully every year, attend information sessions about the paths available, consult resources at the high school’s web site and find out more from members of the community including teachers, administrators, guidance counselors, parents or guardians, and older students.

This document does not cover all graduation requirements. Make sure that courses and progressions work for your situation. You can find official registration information and the IHS course catalog here:

https://inglemoor.nsd.org/counseling/course-registration

Inglemoor recommends that students use the 4 Year Plan in the High School and Beyond Plan that is within the tool called Naviance. All 9th graders gain access to this tool. The 4 Year Plan is linked to the Inglemoor course catalog.

The Northshore School District and each high school can (and often does) change course offerings year-to-year; this document may become out of date. Report any errors or updates to council@hcparents.org.  You can find the most recently updated copy on hcparents.blogspot.com in the “Files” area. (See similar documents for the other district high schools at tinyurl.com/advancedbhs, tinyurl.com/advancednchs, tinyurl.com/advancedwhs .)

A Note for HiCap Students Coming from AAP

Students coming from the district Advanced Academics Program (AAP) will have a major adjustment in high school due to how high schools deliver highly capable services. In elementary school, HiCap students in the Elementary Advanced Program (EAP) are together for nearly their entire school day. By middle school, HiCap students in the AAP are still together for their academic classes, but electives are mixed with the general school population. This mixing then further increases in high school, as both academic and elective courses are mixed with the larger school population. High schools provide highly capable services primarily through providing access to accelerated programs not through peer-group clustering (https://www.nsd.org/schools/programs-services/highly-capable-services/services-programs/high-school-accelerated-programs). These accelerated programs are open to everyone. In addition to this open enrollment, consider the sheer size of the high school population. The adjustment needed may surprise you; you need to be prepared to see only a few other highly capable students in your classes. If you have come from AAP, you likely have some close friendships from this community. We encourage you to foster those friendships as much as you can outside class, perhaps through a shared interest in a club.

Overview

Text Box: Terminology Guide
9th grade = freshman
10th grade = sophomore
11th grade = junior
12th grade = senior
AP = Advanced Placement
CHS = College in the High 
           School
IB = International 
       BaccalaureateStudent paths vary widely by course, by year taken and by order in which students take them. This variation is obviously true for electives, but is true also for some academic courses, particularly in the sciences. Grade levels and prerequisites listed in the course catalog are the norm and recommended for most students, but you can request an excemption. The course catalog includes a link to a form at the top of each page in the subject-area sections “REQUEST AN EXEMPTION FORM”. Take this opportunity to design your own high school curriculum to meet your needs. We encourage you to look at all the options and think about what might be best for you, regardless of the prerequisites or grade level recommendations listed for each course. (For example, AP classes are listed as recommended for grades 11 and 12 but according to the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, 9-12th graders qualify to take AP classes. https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/support-programs/dual-credit-programs .

Because high school allows students to follow their own interests, we cannot recommend a single course progression. The following are considerations for course selection for an advanced student in various topic areas, as well as a few four-year plans for how they might fit together. However, be advised that these examples are just that. Be empowered to pick your own path based on interests, individual strengths, and long-term goals. Try not to pressure yourself to register for IB, AP or CHS classes in every subject area, especially in subject areas that are not strengths. Also, be cautious about signing up for an overly rigorous workload.

At Inglemoor, many HiCap students pursue an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. However, recognize that that is not the best path for every HiCap student. For more specifics about the IB program, see https://inglemoor.nsd.org/academics/ib . Health/Life Fitness PE is waived for Full IB diploma students.

If your student is interested in IB, we encourage you to attend the district’s IB Information Night to learn more, especially because it significantly impacts class scheduling beginning in 9th grade, even though IB courses do not officially begin until 11th grade. Please note that IB is very different from AP courses, which are also offered at Inglemoor (as well as at the district’s 3 other primary high schools).

Note: This document does not cover Running Start or other satellite program paths, typically for 11th and 12th grade students. Running Start allows you to take free college courses at a local community college and to receive college credit for those while working toward a high school diploma. Most Running Start students attend the community college full-time or at least half day, not just for one class at a time (scheduling can be difficult with a high school block schedule.)  https://inglemoor.nsd.org/academics/running-start  

Also, you can explore career or technical programs through the WANIC program; many of its courses provide college credit.  https://inglemoor.nsd.org/counseling/satellite-and-wanic-course-information

Keep in mind that you can earn college credit through IB, AP and CHS courses offered in your high school. IB or AP courses in the high school can be more rigorous than a similar Running Start course and top colleges may value these courses more highly. Running Start course credit is usually accepted at in-state public colleges (but not always); private colleges and out-of-state colleges may not accept the credits or may only accept credits for certain courses. Explore some college websites and find out what they say about credits earned through dual enrollment programs.

 

English/Language Arts (ELA)

Four credits required, which equates to 1 credit per year

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Pre-IB English 9*

Pre-IB English 10*

IB English 11 (IB Language A: Language and Literature HL) (1st-year of 2-year course)

IB English 12 (IB Language  A: Language and Literature HL) (2nd year of 2-year course)

Pre-IB English 9*

Pre-IB English 10*

AP English Literature & Composition or AP English Language & Composition

AP English Language & Composition or AP English Literature & Composition

AP English Literature & Composition**

AP English Language & Composition**

IB English 11 (IB Language A: Language and Literature HL) (2-year course)

IB English 12 (IB Language  A: Language and Literature HL) (2-year course)

*Efforts are made to group together HiCap students in sections of Pre-IB English 9 and Pre-IB English 10.

 

**Consider taking AP courses in grades 9 and 10 and IB courses in 11 and 12. You will need to request an exemption form. The AP courses are both intended for (and generally limited to) 11 and 12 graders though.

 

Social Studies

Only three social studies credits are required for high school graduation; you are not required to take a social studies class every year of high school. Or you may take AP Human Geography, IB Psychology, IB Economics, or IB Global Politics as a 4th social studies course – note that these classes do not fulfill a social studies credit, they count for elective credit only. However, if you take the applicable exam, you can get college credit.

Three credits required:  1.0 World History,  1.0 US History and .5 Contemporary World Problems and .5 Civics. (Washington State History and Constitution also is required and usually met in 7th grade as a non-credit bearing high school course.)

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Pre-IB World History I

Pre-IB World History II

IB History of the Americas 11 HL (1st year of 2-year class)

IB History of the Americas 12 HL (2nd year of 2-year class)

AP World History

AP US History*

IB History of the Americas 11 HL (1st year of 2-year class)

IB History of the Americas 12 HL (2nd year of 2-year class)

AP Human Geography***

AP World History

AP US History

AP US Government & Politics

*AP US History is currently recommended for grade 11. You will need an exemption form.

**AP US Government & Politics is currently recommended for grade 12. You will need an exemption form.

***The courses marked with 3 asterisks do not fill a graduation requirement in social studies although the IB classes contribute to an IB certificate or diploma.

Students can request an exemption form to take classes not listed for their grade level.

If planning to enroll in IB, the Pre-IB courses in 9th and 10th grades are recommended to prepare students for the IB exams taken in 11th and 12th grades.

 

Text Box: Quick Reference
Single jump = Algebra in 8th grade
Double jump = Algebra in 7th grade
Triple jump = Algebra in 6th gradeMath

The math progression in high school continues from middle school. Whether you are on the single-, double-, or triple-jumped path, you just continue where you left off. Advanced math students in 9th and 10th grade are often in classes with 11th and 12th graders; you may be one of few HiCap students in the class.

 

Do not make the mistake to think that once you reach calculus, you are “done” in math. Be aware that some colleges (including many WA state schools, some highly selective schools, some degree programs within a college, and some honors programs) require a math or “quantitative” course taken every year of high school, including senior year. Even if it is not strictly required, it may be strongly preferred; a college application without a math course taken senior year may be at a significant disadvantage, particularly for a STEM-oriented degree or college. We have seen students surprised that their college application was denied specifically because the student did not take a math course senior year. The math path through high school is another case in which each college has its own policies, so you will need to do your research. Note that this may be a problem even if you bring middle school math credits forward to the high school transcript – the transcript lists which grade level each course was taken. IB Computer Science with Java SL or Finance can sometimes count as a math course for college application purposes but be sure to check with colleges you are considering to be sure. In the unlikely case that you have truly run out of math courses, Running Start is an option, as are online courses.


 

Three credits required: please see text above about college requirement or preference for four years of math or quantitative subjects.

Read from left to right for the math progression based on what math course the student took in 8th grade. Northshore School District recommends: Algebra I à Geometry à Algebra 2/Trig à Precalculus à Calculus 1 à Calculus 2 à Calculus 3 à Differential Equations. Most students who qualify for highly capable in math do some high school math in middle school and they probably will take Algebra 2/Trig or Precalculus in 9th grade at IHS. Please consult with your guidance counselor about math progression.

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

 

 

Math 8

(gen-ed)à

 

 

 

Algebra 1à

 

 

 

Geometryà

 

Algebra 2à

Pre-calculus

AP Statistics

IB Math Applications & Interpretation 1

Finance (end)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

(single-jump)à

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geometryà

 

 

 

 

Algebra 2  à

 

Pre-calculusà

 

AP Statistics

 

 

IB Math Applications & Interpretation 1 à

IB Math Applicaions & Interpretation 2

IB Math Analysis & Approaches SL 1à

IB Math Analysis & Approaches SL 2

 

 

Algebra 2/Trig  à

IB Math Analysis & Approaches SL 1à

 

IB Math Analysis & Approaches SL 2

 

IB Math Analysis & Approaches HL 1à

IB Math Analysis & Approaches HL 2

 

 

Geometry

(double-jump)à

 

 

Algebra 2/Trigà

IB Math Analysis & Approaches SL 1à

 

IB Math AA SL 2à

 

AP Statistics
or
Finance
or
IB Computer Science

IB Math Analysis & Approaches HL 1à

 

IB Math AA HL 2à

 

Algebra 2

(triple-jump)à

 

IB Math AA SL 1à

IB Math AA HL 2à

 

 

IB Math AA SL 2 à

IB Math AA HL 2 à

AP Statistics
or
Finance
or
IB Computer Science

AP Statistics
or
Finance
or
IB Computer Science

 

The number of students who have triple-jumped math will soon be a very large number as most AAP students in 6th grade in 2021-22 are taking Algebra 1. We suspect that the math options will change at Inglemoor in 2024 when these students start high school. Stay tuned.

Science

Only three science credits are required for graduation which means that technically, you are not required to take a science course every year. However, students who may want to pursue a STEM degree in college would be wise to take four years of science and to ensure that they take the big three: biology, chemistry, and physics. Be aware also that some colleges require that students take a full-year, straight biology course in high school (AP Environmental Science and Marine Biology do not count).

Science electives at Inglemoor include: Astronomy, Oceanography, Marine Biology, AP Environmental Science, IB Design Technology SL and HL, and IB Sports/ Exercise/and Health Science SL.

Three credits required: 2 credits of lab science and 1 other credit of science. See information above about what to keep in mind for college requirements.

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Biology

Chemistry*

IB Physics 1 HL (first of two-year course)

IB Physics II HL (second of two-year course)

Biology

Chemistry*

IB Biology 1 HL(first of two-year course)

IB Biology II HL(second of two-year course)

Biology

Chemistry*

IB Chemistry SL (1 yr course)*

Physics*

Biology

Chemistry*

Physics*

Science Elective

*Check to make sure that you have the math prerequisite or will be taking the applicable math concurrently (Algebra I for Physics and Algebra II/Algebra II-Trig for Chemistry). Students strong in science may want to consider requesting an exemption to take IB Chemistry SL rather than general Chemistry.

 

Strong STEM students (not that many) double up on their IB science courses. The IB department may not recommend it but it has been done.

 

World Languages

While graduation requirements only require two years of study of a world language, most colleges require (or prefer) three years of study in the same language, so this is recommended for most advanced students. Some colleges require (or prefer) four years of world language study.

Several world languages are offered at Inglemoor: French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, and American Sign Language (ASL is a particularly good choice for dysgraphic/dyslexic students. Note that not all colleges accept ASL as a foreign language, but most do. Look it up here: aslcollege.com).  ASL earns college credit for years 1-4 and the other languages, as IB courses, for years 3-5 (many students start world language in 8th grade). Inglemoor offers a 5th year of language study for all world languages except ASL.

 

 

 

Visual/Performing Arts

High school requirements are for two credits in the arts, both in the arts or one in the arts and one Personalized Pathway Requirement. There are several advanced offerings throughout the arts.  In band, most students play in the Symphonic Band (which is also the Marching Band at all football and some basketball games), however the Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band are also available for advanced students. There are classes labelled as “advanced” for many courses that are typically just second semester classes in that topic area. Several arts classes offer college credit. The complete offering, advanced or not, is listed here.

Performing Arts

 

Visual Arts

Beginning Mariachi

Full year, all grades

 

Cartooning

Half year, all grades

Choir

Full year, all grades

 

Ceramics

Half year, all grades

Advanced Choir

Full year, audition, grades 11-12

 

Computer Graphics

Half year, all grades

Women’s Choir

Full year, audition, grades 10-12

 

Drawing/Design

Half year, all grades

Guitar

Half year, all grades

 

Graphic Design

Half year, all grades, pre-req or teacher permission

IB Music SL

Full year, grades 11-12

 

Intermediate Art

Half year, all grades, pre-req or teacher permission

Jazz Ensemble

Full year, audition, grades 9-12, concurrent enrollment required

 

IB Film SL

Full year, PNW credit; IB college credit post-exam, grades 11-12

Concert Band

Half year, grade 9

 

IB Visual Arts SL & HL

Full year, grades 11, 12, college credit post IB exam

Symphonic Band

Half year, all grades

 

Metal Design

Half year, all grades

Play Performance

Half year, audition, all grades

 

Mixed Media Fiber Arts

Half year, all grades

Musical Performance

Half year, audition, all grades

 

Photography

Half year, all grades, pre-req

Orchestra

Full year, all grades

 

Advanced Photography

Half year, grades 10-12, pre-req

Pit Orchestra

Half year, all grades

 

Stained Glass

Half year, all grades

Piano Lab

Half year, all grades

 

Video Production

Half year, all grades. When taken as a full year with Advanced Video Production, this course offers PNW college credit.

Technical Theatre

Half year, all grades

 

Advanced Video Production

Half year, all grades. With Video Production as first semester, this course offers college credit.

Theatre Arts I

Half year, all grades

 

Advanced Television Production

Half or full year, college credit if taken full year, pre-req, grades 11-12

Theatre Arts II

Half year, all grades

 

Visual Communications Design

Full year, all grades.

Wind Ensemble

Full year, audition, grades 10-12

 

 

 

 

Career & Technical Education (CTE)

There are several advanced courses and course progressions in the CTE courses. Notably, students interested in business can pursue 3 years of marketing courses, which enable students to compete in the DECA marketing competitions (DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe—DECA, Inc). Many CTE courses offer simultaneous college credit. Note well, that college credit does not always transfer. You need to do the work yourself to attain and apply that credit. Here is the link to the website for Pacific NW College Credit: pnwcollegecredit.org .

 

Class

Full or Half Year

Grades

 

College Credit

IB Biology I HL

Full

 

 

11

 

IB

IB Biology II HL

Full

 

 

 

12

IB

IB Design Technology SL

Full

 

 

11

12

IB

PNW

IB Design Technology HL

Full

 

 

 

12

IB

PNW

IB Sports, Exercise, and Health Science SL

Full

 

 

11

12

IB

American Sign Language 100

Full

9

10

11

12

PNW

American Sign Language 200

Full

9

10

11

12

PNW

American Sign Language 300

Full

9

10

11

12

PNW

Musical Performance

Half

9

10

11

12

No

Pit Orchestra

Half

9

10

11

12

No

Technical Theatre

Half

9

10

11

12

No

Computer Graphics

Half

9

10

11

12

PNW

IB Film SL

Full

 

 

11

12

IB

PNW

Advanced Television Production

Half

 

 

11

12

PNW

Video Production

Half

9

10

11

12

PNW

Advanced Video Production

Half

9

10

11

12

PNW

IB Business & Management SL

Full

 

 

11

12

IB

PNW

Introduction to Marketing

Full

9

10

 

 

PNW

Advanced Marketing

Full

 

10

11

12

PNW

Retail Operations

Full

 

10

11

12

PNW

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Half

9

10

11

12

No

Computer Science with C#.NET

Full

 

10

11

12

PNW

IB Computer Science with Java SL

Full

 

 

11

12

PNW

Microsoft Applications

Half

9

10

11

12

PNW

Microsoft Office Certification

Half

9

10

11

12

PNW

Web Design

Full

9

10

11

12

PNW

Finance

Full

 

10

11

12

PNW

Introduction to Engineering Design

Half

9

10

 

 

No

Introduction to Robotics

Half

9

10

11

12

No

IB Design Technology SL

Full

 

 

11

12

IB

PNW

IB Design Technology HL

Full

 

 

 

12

IB

PNW

UW

Food and Nutrition

Half

9

10

11

12

PNW

Independent Living

Half

9

10

11

12

No

Interior Design

Half

9

10

11

12

PNW

IB Psychology SL

Full

 

 

11

12

IB

Lifespan Psychology

Half

9

10

11

12

No

ASB/Leadership

Full

9

10

11

12

No

Library Research Assistant

Half

9

10

11

12

No

Newspaper Magazine Staff

Full

 

10

11

12

No

Peer Coaching (Advocate for Special Education Program)

Half

9

10

11

12

No

Sports Medicine/Athletic Training

Full

9

10

11

12

No

 

Online Classes

Advanced students sometimes take one or more classes online or via summer classes to free up time in their schedule for desired classes. This strategy may be especially helpful for students who want to take a performing arts class all four years of high school, such as band, orchestra, or drama. The most common class to do off-campus is Health.

Student athletes who participate on a school sports team can also get a waiver for .25 PE credits for each season of a sport. This means that participating in two seasons of any sport (or combination of sports) will count as one semester of PE. Usually, four seasons of any school sport (or combination of sports) can satisfy the 1.0 PE requirement – check with your counselor on this. (Students will still need to take Health and Life/Fitness however.)  Note that the PE waiver is only permitted for official IHS school sports teams, and only if the student is taking a full schedule of courses (no free 7th period). Outside sports, no matter how rigorous, sadly do not count. PE waivers are also offered very occasionally for students who are taking particularly rigorous course loads – talk to the principal.

A list of WA OSPI approved online course providers is at the following website:

https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/learning-alternatives/online-learning/approved-online-course-providers

Note that in any given graduation subject domain (such as Health & Fitness), a max of 50% of credits can be earned outside of Inglemoor.

Locally, Market Square Education (formerly NW Liberty School) is a common source for courses. The Northshore school district also typically offers some courses over the summer, including some math courses, Chemistry, and Health. The regional WANIC program (Washington Network for Innovative Careers) offers many interesting CTE courses as well as Health/Fitness courses over the summer for low cost, however there is limited space, and most classes are filled by lottery. https://wanic.lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses

Looking Towards College

Many students are motivated to take IB, AP, Running Start, and dual credit-bearing classes to earn college credit. Generally, a 3 or higher is considered a passing score for AP courses, however selective colleges may require a 4 or a 5 to award college credit. Running Start and PNW/College-in-the-High-School courses generally transfer well to most public WA state colleges (but not always) but may or may not be accepted by private colleges or outside Washington state. Make sure you know which community college or college is giving credit for the specific course being taken. Individual colleges have their own rules for which specific classes they will accept, and what AP or IB scores, courses, or grades will count for credit. Selective schools will be much more restrictive in what courses and scores they will accept, or you may find that academic courses may be accepted as “elective” credit only, will allow higher placement in more advanced classes but no credit, or may not be accepted at all. Unfortunately, there are no hard-and-fast rules for which colleges accept what. You will have to look up the policies at the specific colleges you are considering.  

Remember that the primary reason for highly capable students to take advanced is to stay engaged and challenged with material during high school. Colleges gauge applications based on whether students challenged themselves with the most rigorous classes available at their school in their interest areas; this is a major factor for college applications and should not be underestimated. So even if there is no likely college credit, it may still be well worth taking the advanced course.

Also, consider that even once you are in college, you may not want to skip a core class in your major even if you already earned the credit for that course, because future classes will build heavily on that core material that may not have been covered as rigorously in high school, or it may have been a couple years ago. This is especially true for STEM classes at a rigorous university. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Advanced Courses

Here is a list of all the Pre-IB, IB, AP, CHS and PNW courses offered at Inglemoor High School.

Class

Class

Pre-IB English 9

IB German 300

Pre-IB English 10

IB German 400

AP English Language & Composition

IB German 500

AP English Literature & Composition

IB Japanese 300

IB English 11

IB Japanese 400

IB English 12

IB Japanese 500

Pre-Calculus (Math & 141)

IB Mandarin Chinese 300

IB Math: Applications & Interpretation SL 1

IB Mandarin Chinese 400

IB Math: Applications & Interpretation SL 2

IB Mandarin Chinese 500

IB Math: Analysis and Approaches SL 1

IB Music SL

IB Math: Analysis and Approaches SL 2

Computer Graphics

IB Math: Analysis and Approaches HL 1

Graphic Design

IB Math: Analysis and Approaches HL 2

IB Film SL

AP Statistics

IB Visual Arts SL

AP Environmental Science (does not count as a biology class)

IB Visual Arts HL

IB Chemistry SL

Advanced Television Production

IB Biology I HL

Video Production

IB Biology II HL

Advanced Video Production

IB Physics I HL

IB Business & Management SL

IB Physics II HL

Introduction to Marketing

IB Design Technology SL

Advanced Marketing

IB Design Technology HL

Retail Operations

IB Sports, Exercise and Health Science SL

Computer Science with C#.NET

AP Human Geography (does not count as a social studies credit)

IB Computer Science with Java SL

AP World History

Microsoft Applications

Pre-IB World History

Microsoft Office Certification

Pre-IB World History II

Web Design

AP US History

Finance

IB History of the Americas 11

IB Design Technology SL

IB History of the Americas 12

IB Design Technology HL

AP US Government & Politics

Food and Nutrition

IB Theory of Knowledge

Interior Design

American Sign Language 100

IB Psychology SL (does not count as a social studies graduation credit)

American Sign Language 200

IB Economics SL (does not count as a social studies graduation credit)

American Sign Language 300

IB Global Politics SL

IB French 300

 

IB French 400

 

IB French 500

 


Sample 4-Year Schedules

Here are some sample 4-year schedules for advanced students with particular interest areas. Remember that there is no single suggested schedule. Course selection will vary based on strength areas, interests, and long-term plans, the level of math taken in 8th grade, and whether a student took a year of world language in middle school.

Remember that you should not feel pressured to register for IB, AP or college-credit classes in every subject area. Try not to sign up for an overly rigorous workload as homework demands can be intense. Obviously, these sample schedules are not exhaustive.

Sample Schedule: Pre-Life Sciences, IB Diploma Path

Double Jump Math, Cello

 

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

1

Pre-IB English 9

Pre-IB English 10

IB English 11

IB English 12

2

Algebra 2/Trig

IB Math AA HL 1

IB Math AA HL 2

AP Statistics

3

Pre-IB World History I

Pre-IB World History II

IB History of the Americas I

IB History of the Americas II

4

Physics

Chemistry

IB Biology I HL

IB Biology II HL

5

World Lang 1

World Lang 2

IB World Lang 3

IB World Lang 4

6

Health/Life Fitness

P.E.

IB Psychology SL

Theory of Knowledge

7

Orchestra

Orchestra

Orchestra

Orchestra

 



Sample Schedule: Visual Arts Focus, IB Diploma Path

 

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

1

Pre-IB English 9

Pre-IB English 10

IB English 11

IB English 12

2

Algebra 2/Trig

IB Math AA SL 1

IB Math AA SL 2

AP Statistics

3

Pre-IB World History I

Pre-IB World History II

IB History of the Americas HL 1

IB History of the Americas HL 2

4

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

IB Design Technology SL

5

World Lang 1

World Lang 2

IB World Lang 3 SL

IB World Lang 4

6

Health/Life Fitness

P.E.

IB Visual Arts SL

IB Visual Arts HL

7

Photography/Adv Photography

Metal Design/ Intermediate Art

Food and Nutrition/Independent Living

Theory of Knowledge

 

 

 

 

 



Sample Schedule : Pre-engineering

Double Jump Math

 

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

1

Pre-IB English 9

Pre-IB English 10

AP English Lang & Composition

AP English Lang & Lit

2

Algebra 2/Trig

IB Math AA HL 1

IB Math AA HL 2

AP Statistics

3

Pre-IB World History I

Pre-IB World History II

AP US History

AP Government & Politics

4

Biology

IB Chemistry

IB Physics HL 1

IB Physics HL 2

5

World Lang 1

World Lang 2

World Lang 3

Video Production/ Advanced Video Production

6

Health/Life Fitness

P.E.

IB Music SL

Web Design

7

Introduction to Engineering Design

Computer Science with C#.NET

IB Design Technology SL

IB Design Technology HL