Latin 2H: Foundations 2H

This course represents an accelerated version of Latin 200. Assuming a solid foundation in Latin vocabulary and morphology, Latin 200A will cover the remainder of

Latin 2: Foundations 2

In this course, we construct a solid foundation in Latin, seeking to read extended Latin prose texts (adapted) and gain sufficient knowledge to understand these

AP Seminar: H2O & Food Systems

In this AP Seminar course, students explore the complexity of global food and water access/delivery systems while developing their skills as critical thinkers and strong

American Studies

An interdisciplinary course combining honors U.S. History and eleventh-grade English, American Studies tracks intersecting threads of history, literature, art, and culture throughout the development of

American Dreams

The American Dream is a familiar phrase, but what does it mean? Whose dream is it? Is there just one dream for all Americans? How

Africa and Latin America

Using literature and a rich variety of historical sources, this course studies the cultural, political, and economic consequences of colonialism in selected countries in Africa

Chinese 5

This course is for students who wish to pursue the study of Chinese at a more advanced level. Students will further develop overall language proficiency

Advanced Tutorial in Latin

Advanced Tutorial may be offered to students who, in consultation with the department and with its endorsement, wish to pursue an individualized course in classical

Precalculus & Statistics

This is intended as a follow-up to Algebra II or an equivalent course. It is designed to complete the study of the elementary functions (linear,

AP Chemistry

This course is for students with a strong interest in science and exceptional quantitative skills. The course is equivalent to an introductory chemistry class at

American Studies

An interdisciplinary course combining honors U.S. History and eleventh-grade English, American Studies tracks intersecting threads of history, literature, art, and culture throughout the development of

Asia in World History

This course serves both as an introduction for students who have never studied Asian history and as a means, for those with foundational background, to