Programming Information for current 9th Graders-Options for next year:
AP Computer Science A- An introductory college-level computer science course. Students cultivate their understanding of coding through analyzing, writing, and testing code as they explore concepts like modularity, variables, and control structures. Students will then take IB Computer Science HL 1 and 3.
AP Psychology- Students learn about the basis of psychological theory as the study of human and animal behavior and mental processes and learn how psychologists design and conduct research. Topics may include a variety of research methods used by psychologists. The application of research design and statistical analysis in psychology. Students will then take IB Psychology offered at the HL/SL level.
AP Microeconomics- Students study the foundations of microeconomic thinking, including how to evaluate decisions based on constraints and trade-offs and make rational economic choices. Topics may include: ... Resource allocation and economic systems. The Production Possibilities Curve.
AP Macroeconomics- Students explore how changes in aggregate spending and production, economic fluctuations, and policy actions affect national income, unemployment, and inflation. Topics may include Aggregate demand. Short-run and long-run aggregate supply. Students will then take IB Economics 1and 3 only offered at the HL level.
Pre-IB Art is offered in 10th grade followed by IB Visual Arts HL/SL.
- Enroll in college preparatory courses.
- Maintain acceptable academic performance,
- Participate in school clubs, activities, and volunteer in the community.