English Course Descriptions

  • IN-PERSON

    Written & Oral Communication/English 9 - 02561
    Session 1 / In-Person
    Grade: 9-12

    Students will engage in more advanced written and oral communication skills. Students will be actively involved in research methodology, writing, and speaking. Students will review grammar and usage, study vocabulary, read selected fiction and nonfiction texts, and utilize technology to develop multimedia presentations. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    Written & Oral Communication/English 9 - 02562
    Session 2 / In-Person
    Grade: 9-12

    Students will engage in more advanced written and oral communication skills. Students will be actively involved in research methodology, writing, and speaking. Students will review grammar and usage, study vocabulary, read selected fiction and nonfiction texts, and utilize technology to develop multimedia presentations. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    World Literature and Composition/English 10 - 03841
    Session 1 / In-Person
    Grade: 10-12

    Students will examine a vast array of world literature through the study of its traditions, techniques, and genres. Students will receive extensive instruction in the writing process. Students will receive additional support in basic reading, writing skills, and vocabulary. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    World Literature and Composition/English 10 - 03842
    Session 2 / In-Person
    Grade: 10-12

    Students will examine a vast array of world literature through the study of its traditions, techniques, and genres. Students will receive extensive instruction in the writing process. Students will receive additional support in basic reading, writing skills, and vocabulary. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    American Literature & Composition/English 11 - 03481
    Session 1 / In-Person
    Grade: 11-12

    Students will explore and analyze traditions, techniques, and genres of American literature with emphasis on writing. Students will further develop their skills in grammar usage/mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    American Literature & Composition/English 11 - 03482
    Session 2 / In-Person
    Grade: 11-12

    Students will explore and analyze traditions, techniques, and genres of American literature with emphasis on writing. Students will further develop their skills in grammar usage/mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    ONLINE

    Written & Oral Communication/English 9 - 02561A
    Online
    Grade: 9-12

    Students will engage in more advanced written and oral communication skills. Students will be actively involved in research methodology, writing, and speaking. Students will review grammar and usage, study vocabulary, read selected fiction and nonfiction texts, and utilize technology to develop multimedia presentations. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    Written & Oral Communication/English 9 - 02562A
    Online
    Grade: 9-12

    Students will engage in more advanced written and oral communication skills. Students will be actively involved in research methodology, writing, and speaking. Students will review grammar and usage, study vocabulary, read selected fiction and nonfiction texts, and utilize technology to develop multimedia presentations. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    World Literature and Composition/English 10 - 03841A
    Online
    Grade: 10-12

    Students will examine a vast array of world literature through the study of its traditions, techniques, and genres. Students will receive extensive instruction in the writing process. Students will receive additional support in basic reading, writing skills, and vocabulary. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    World Literature and Composition/English 10 - 03842A
    Online
    Grade: 10-12

    Students will examine a vast array of world literature through the study of its traditions, techniques, and genres. Students will receive extensive instruction in the writing process. Students will receive additional support in basic reading, writing skills, and vocabulary. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    American Literature & Composition/English 11 - 03481A
    Online
    Grade: 11

    Students will explore and analyze traditions, techniques, and genres of American literature with emphasis on writing. Students will further develop their skills in grammar usage/mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    American Literature & Composition/English 11 - 03482A
    Online
    Grade: 11-12

    Students will explore and analyze traditions, techniques, and genres of American literature with emphasis on writing. Students will further develop their skills in grammar usage/mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement.

    Senior English/English 12 - 02130A
    Online
    Grade: 12

    Students will explore and analyze literature with emphasis on writing. Students will further develop their skills in grammar usage/mechanics, analytic reading techniques, rhetorical analysis, and vocabulary development. This course meets the language arts graduation requirement. 

Credit Recovery

  • Offered to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors only. Credit Recovery courses are for students who want to replace a failing grade or repeat a required core academic course.