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High School Program of Studies

Welcome to our Program of Studies! This isn't just a list of courses; it's your guidebook for your academic adventure. We've got a wide range of courses to spark your curiosity and help find your passion. Dive in and explore!

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Human Anatomy & Physiology is a great introductory course for anyone who is thinking
about going into a health-related field.


Computer Science Principles is an amazing course. It taught me the fundamentals of coding and how to use mainstream coding websites like CodeHS. It’s a great introductory course if you’re interested in computer science! Student

AP Environmental Science is a class where you can really delve into the world around you and understand its inner workings and how your actions affect it.Student

The Seal of Biliteracy for Spanish is a course that is enhancing my knowledge of Spanish writing, reading, and speaking. This course also increases my knowledge of the culture and history of Spanish-speaking countries. Taking this course prepares me to be more accepting of other cultures and connects me with people and places, unlike the ones I call home. Student

AP Human Geography is a great class for providing lots of perspective about how the world works and how it came to be how it is. Student

* NOTE: Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are offered at Tate High School in addition to City, Liberty, and West high schools, unless otherwise noted.

High School Course List

If you wish to obtain a copy of this complete document, you may download and print the High School Program of Studies.

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