High School Curriculum

Our high school curriculum challenges students to think with independence and autonomy amidst developing their college readiness.

Courses by Grade

Grades 9 - 12

  • Honors English Language
    Honors English Literature
  • Algebra II/Geometry or Pre-Calculus or AP Calculus AB or higher level
  • Honors Science**
  • Ancient History Seminar
  • Foreign Language*
  • AP or Non-AP Electives
  • AP English Language or AP English Literature***
  • Per-Calculus or AP Calculus AB or AP Calculus BC or higher level
  • Honors Science** or AP Science**
  • Modern World History Seminar
  • Foreign Language*
  • AP or Non-AP Electives
  • AP English Language or AP English Literature*** or Post-AP English
    AP Seminar
  • AP Calculus AB or AP Calculus BC or higher level
  • Honors Science** or AP Science**
  • U.S. History Seminar
  • AP or Non-AP Foreign Language*
  • AP or Non-AP Electives
  • AP Research
  • AP Calculus BC or Post-AP Math
  • Honors Science** or AP Science** or Post-AP Science
  • Comparative Government & Political Theory Seminar
  • AP Foreign Language* or Post-AP Foreign Language
  • College Counseling

*For foreign language, students have the choice of Latin, French, Spanish, or Mandarin. Students must take the same foreign language throughout high school.
**Students select from honors-level and AP-level biology, chemistry, or physics. Students must take high school science credits in all three disciplines (biology, physics, and chemistry).
***Students must take AP English Literature in grade 10 or grade 11.

Please Note:
  • Courses listed represent typical course sequence.
  • Students must take English, history, math, science, and foreign language in grades 9–11; electives can be in any subject.
  • Students must take the same foreign language throughout high school.
  • Students must take high school science credits in all three disciplines (biology, physics, and chemistry).
  • High school history seminars are honors-level courses and are therefore weighted the same as AP courses for G.P.A. purposes.
  • In order to graduate, students must take the AP Exams for AP English Literature, AP Seminar, and AP Research; at least one AP Exam in math and one AP Exam in science; and at least one AP Exam in a course of their choosing.