If you have taken any of these courses and think they should transfer, please reach out to your grade level counselor. Your counselor will take a look at your middle school final report card to determine what can be transferred:
A Level courses are designed for students who have demonstrated mastery of appropriate basic skills and who wish to improve their reading and writing skills. Post-high school plans may include entry into postsecondary education or significant employment. Opportunities for the further development of skills and understanding of concepts will be provided. Supplementary research projects and reading may be required.
Honors courses are designed for students who have demonstrated the ability to move to an enrichment level in content and skill acquisition based on achievement and interest, and the willingness to work independently on projects. The honors student wishes to be prepared to enter a competitive four-year college or university at the end of his/her high school career. Independent study, outside reading, and research may be required. These courses carry additional weight in GPA calculations.
AP Programs/Courses are available for students in grades10 through 12. The College Board’s AP Program enables students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school. AP courses provide challenging learning opportunities that parallel the expectations of college-level courses.
Inclusion courses are only available to students on recommendation of the IEP (Individualized Education Program) Committee
Individualized courses are only available to students on recommendation of the IEP Committee