High School

NINTH THROUGH TWELFTH GRADE

 

Curriculum

Language Arts

  • English I- Classical Lit
  • English II- World Lit
  • English III- American Lit
  • English IV- British Lit
  • English 1301
  • English 1302
  • English 2322
  • English 2323

Mathematics

  • Algebra I
  • Geometry
  • Math Models
  • Algebra II
  • Honors Algebra II
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Calculus AB
  • Calculus BC

Science

  • Biology I
  • Chemistry
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Conceptual Physics
  • Physics

Social Studies

  • World Geography
  • World History
  • AP World History
  • US History
  • US Government
  • Economics

Foreign Language

  • Spanish I, II, III
  • Latin I, II, III

Bible

  • Old Testament
  • New Testament
  • Systematic Theology
  • Church History

Career Tech/Electives

  • Keyboarding
  • BCIS
  • Personal Finance
  • Health
  • Speech
  • Journalism
  • Yearbook

Fine Arts

  • Choir
  • Art Appreciation
  • Music Appreciation
  • Theater
  • Band

Dual Credit Classes

  • Philosophy 1301
  • World Religions1304
  • Ethics 2306
  • English 1301
  • English 1302
  • English 2322
  • English 2323

 

Dual Credit at Lee College

Students also have the opportunity to take dual credit courses at Lee College. They will receive Distinguished weighted grade points (see grading scale) for the following Dual Credit courses taken at Lee College in a traditional classroom setting:

  • US Government 2301 / 2302 (each semester earns 0.5 high school credit)
  • Economics 2301 / 2302 (each semester earns 0.5 high school credit)
  • Psychology 2301 (earns 0.5 high school credit)
  • Sociology 1301 (earns 0.5 high school credit)
  • Calculus 2413 / 2414 / 2415 (each semester earns 0.5 high school credit)
  • English 1301 / 1302 (each semester earns 0.5 high school credit)
  • English 2301 / 2302 (each semester earns 0.5 high school credit)
  • Environmental Science 1401 / 1402 (both semesters required to receive one HS credit)
  • Biology 2401 / 2402 (Anat. & Phys.) (both semesters required to receive one HS credit)
  • Chemistry 1411 / 1412 (both semesters required to receive one HS credit)
  • Physics 1401 / 1402 (both semesters required to receive one HS credit)

Any other pre-approved courses taken in a non-traditional setting (such as online, hybrid, or correspondence courses) thorugh an approved agency (such as Texas Virtual Schools Network, Texas Tech University, Lee College, etc.) will be considered a Regular course for GPA purposes. For students to earn additional grade points for these courses they will need to take a corresponding AP exam, if it is offered. Pass/Fail courses will not count toward a student's GPA.