Curriculum Offerings & Academic Courses
Students choose from more than 200 academic and vocational courses in art & design, business education, driver education, English, world language, family and consumer science, health education, industrial and technical education, mathematics, music, physical education, science, and social science. The district also offers Cooperative Education work-study programs and Special Education.
Specific course information is available through each school's student services office, the district curriculum office, or in the
online course selection guide.
Description of Special Ability Courses
(Honors, Advanced Placement)
Honors course are those designed for students who show exceptional ability in an area. These courses are for students with higher than average learning ability. The students should meet individual department recommendations and should expect extra assignments.
Advanced Placement (or AP) notation on a transcript indicate preparation for AP exams for college credit or placement. Both AP and Honors courses are