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CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number 131833 131843 State Course ID 17355133 Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* AP Physics 2 (A/B) AP® Physics 2: Algebra-based is the second course in a two-year sequence equivalent to the first and second semesters of a typical introductory, algebra-based, college physics course. AP® Physics 2: Algebra-based will provide an in-depth coverage of concepts using an inquiry-based approach. This course will help students develop critical thinking and reasoning skills necessary to the study of all science and many other disciplines. Topics covered in AP® Physics 2: Algebra-based include Electromagnetic Waves and Optics, Electrostatics, Advanced Electric Circuits, Magnetism, Thermodynamics, Fluids Mechanics, and Nuclear Physics, Students are encouraged to take the national exam given in May which many colleges accept for college credit. Grade Level Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years credit / full year Odd Grad Years X X X X Prerequisites Physics or AP Physics 1 131953 131963 17385133 AP Physics C Electricity and Magnetism (A/B) AP® Physics C Electricity and Magnetism is equivalent to approximately a semester of college work using introductory differential and integral calculus throughout the course. AP® Physics C Electricity and Magnetism provides an in-depth coverage of concepts using guided inquiry and studentcentered learning to foster the development of critical thinking skills. The course provides instruction in each of the following five content areas: electrostatics; conductors, capacitors and dielectrics; electric circuits; magnetic fields; and electromagnetism. Students are encouraged to take the national exam given in May which many colleges accept for college credit. 10 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X X X X Co-requisite of Precalculus or higher AND pre- requisite of AP Physics 1 or corequisite of AP Physics C Mechanics 37

CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years Prerequisites 131853 131863 17365133 AP Physics C Mechanics (A/B) AP® Physics C Mechanics is equivalent to approximately a semester of college work using introductory differential and integral calculus throughout the course. AP® Physics C Mechanics provides an in-depth coverage of concepts using guided inquiry and student-centered learning to foster the development of critical thinking skills, The course provides instruction in each of the following six content areas: kinematics; Newton’s laws of motion; work, energy and power; system of particles and linear momentum; circular motion and rotation; and oscillations and gravitation. Students are encouraged to take the national exam given in May which many colleges accept for college credit. Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X X X X Co-requisite of Precalculus or higher 132310 132320 17614133 Astronomy A/B THIS COURSE WILL introduce students to the structure and vastness of the universe. Learn how we determined the distance to the stars and galaxies, discovered over 1000 different worlds, determined the fate of the universe and explored our own solar system. Students may be required to attend an evening star-viewing where they will observe stars, planets, galaxies, and nebulae through telescopes. Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Algebra I or equivalent and one lab science 131010 131020 17114133 Biology A/B THIS COURSE WILL introduce the study of living organisms and how they are inter-related. The topics of cell structure and function, organism classification, theory of evolution, genetics and comparative anatomy and physiology will be studied. STUDENTS WILL experience various learning strategies including cooperative learning, inquiry, textbook reading, field work, written reports, and oral presentations to develop concepts. Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Completion of Chemistry or Chemistry in the Community 38

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