The Prescribed Learning Outcomes for each progressive core course (Levels 1–7) include an ever-increasing complexity of skills, concepts, and competencies in English language acquisition and mastery.  Levels 1–4 reflect the extended time required for students, especially those students new to reading, writing, or speaking English, to gain proficiency before advancing to the more complex skills included in Levels 5–7.

The following curriculum organizers are emphasized for Levels 4 and 5

  • Oral Language (Speaking and Listening)
  • Reading and Viewing
  • Writing and Representing
  • Evidence of Thinking

A repository of resources for students working on their computer basic and information technology skills.

Parts of Speech review and practice site.

This course is designed to provide an opportunity for further study in the area of Cell Theory, Molecular Biology, and Human Biology.

It is intended as an academic science course.

Curriculum revision: 2019

The Companion Writing 5/6/7 course is designed to provide an opportunity to learn and enhance your the writing skills.

The course will review both the mechanics (grammar and punctuation) and composition (pre-writing, revising, editing, proofreading) skills for paragraph and essay writing (descriptive, expository, narrative, and persuasive).

The Foundation Information & Communication Technology, course is designed to provide an opportunity to learn and enhance your the information and communication technology skills.

This is  a semi-self directed course with the option to follow along with the CW 5/6/7 class (with a focus on polishing your classroom computer skills such as word processing, typing skills, and MLA formatting); or a more generalized focus on a variety of computer related skills (such as word processing, typing speed, and digital citizenship).