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Global Dynamics I

Study of Asia

Global Dynamics II

Study of the Middle East and Africa

Global Dynamics III

Study of The United States

Global Dynamics IV: Cases (history)

An analysis of the impact of globalization from ecological, political, philosophical, and economic perspectives, and the myriad intersections among them.

Global Dynamics IV: European Literature

European Literature is designed for the Level IV/Senior level English scholar and is centered on the study of European literature and artistic expression.

Global Dynamics IV: Global Literature

In this course of study offering a broad range of experience in World Literature, students focus on a range of works 20th and 21st century works from around the globe.

Global Dynamics IV: Latin American Literature

This course explores the rich literary tradition of Mexico and Central America, the Caribbean, and South America.

Global Dynamics IV: Transatlantic Literature

Transatlantic Literature and Art is designed for the Level IV/Senior level English scholar and is centered on the study of Transatlantic literature and artistic expression.

Literature I: Reading

Students relatively new to the study of English will focus on elementary aspects of the language in order to build a strong foundation for further study.

Literature II: Reading

Continuing with the theme of American studies, Literature at level II uses fiction and nonfiction works as the basis for improvement of reading comprehension.

Literature III: Reading

With more exposure to written texts in English, the competence-- and along with it, the confidence-- of second-language learners rises in regard to interacting with text.

English I: Writing

In this course students learn to express their thoughts in writing, first at the sentence level, then at the paragraph level, and they practice the structure of various genres.

English II: Writing

In this course students learn to use various writing tools and resources independently to help them write and to practice editing and proofreading their writing.

English III: Writing

In order to organize their thoughts into successful five-paragraph essays, students review sentences and varied paragraph structures.

American Culture

This course seeks to develop fundamental listening and speaking skills through a research based exploration of contemporary American society and life.

American History

This course seeks to develop fundamental listening and speaking skills through a research based exploration of American History.

Modern American History

This course seeks to develop fundamental listening and speaking skills through a research based exploration of issues facing America in the modern day.

Composition and Rhetoric I

This course is an intensive communication skills tutorial that purposefully aims to further develop student ability in public speaking and writing.

Composition and Rhetoric II

This course is an intensive communication skills tutorial that purposefully aims to further develop student ability in public speaking and writing.

Composition and Rhetoric III

This course is designed to allow students to continue to refine their use of metacognitive reading strategies in non-fiction and other informational texts.

Composition and Rhetoric IV

This course introduces students to the various rhetorical strategies that enable them to express their opinions on societal issues through clear, convincing composition.

U.S. History for International Students

This course is taught at a level of complexity appropriate for students with English skills at a more advanced level.

Criminal Law & Criminology

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Thought for Food

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

The American Imagination

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP Comparative Government and Politics

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP European History

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP Literature and Composition

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP United States Government and Politics

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP United States History

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Asian Studies: Yesterday and Tomorrow

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Business Fundamentals

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Comparative Religions

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Creative Nonfiction and the Art of the Essay

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Creative Writing: Fiction Writing

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Essentials of Entrepreneurship

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Holocaust Studies

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Immigration in Amer. History & Culture

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Many Voices of the Middle East

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Modern Human Migration

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Museums 101: Behind the Scenes

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Philosophies of Justice

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Sport in American Culture

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Superheroes and Philosophy

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Vox Populi: Developing Your Voice as a Citizen

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Art History and Design: Art of the World

As students are exposed to the art of various regions and periods, they learn to recognize trends and patterns, styles and themes.

Studio Art

This course provides students with the opportunity to explore the fundamentals of drawing, painting, and design.

Studio Art II

This course provides students who have completed Studio Art I with a more advanced learning opportunity in the visual arts.

Music Theory and Social Impact

This course provides an introduction to music theory and analysis through the study of the rudiments of musical literacy, as well as the study of music’s role in society.

Vocal Performance/Chorus

The goal of this course is to provide each student with the opportunity to actively participate in the creation of art via the medium of voice.

Instrumental Performance/Ensemble

The goal of this course is to provide each student with the opportunity to actively participate in the creation of art via the medium of music.

Intro to Design, Drawing, & Painting

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Modernism through Abstract Expressionism

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Art History: Pop! through Present

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Social Activism & Global Perspective

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Art and Practice of Screenwriting

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Global Perspectives through World Music

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Graphic Design

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Creating Comics & Animations

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Playwriting

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Social Justice, Humanities, & the Arts

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Understanding Film

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Quantitative Reasoning & Inquiry

This double-block course earning credits in both math and science investigates how the ability to observe, think, and reason can shed light on the most perplexing problems.

Algebra I

A course designed to provide students with a strong background in quantitative reasoning and inquiry, as well as more specific algebraic skills.

Geometry

This course combines geometry and trigonometry concepts with applications to real-world problems, where students will explore a variety of shapes.

Precalculus

This course teaches fundamental concepts that lead students toward an understanding of the technological and architectural world around them.

Precalculus with Trigonometry

This course thoroughly covers traditional precalculus concepts, including functions, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, and trigonometry.

Calculus

This course attempts to define abstract concepts such as limits and infinity and begins by reviewing the definition of a function and concepts of trigonometry.

AP Calculus: (AB / BC)

This course gives students the skills and knowledge required in order to pass the AP Calculus exam.

Statistics

This course explores the world of statistics through a variety of avenues like athletics, psychology, business, and forensic science.

AP Statistics

This course gives students the skills and knowledge required in order to pass the AP Statistics exam.

Mathenomics

This course uses practical applications such as how banks make profits, how interest rates are calculated, and how mortgages are scheduled.

Geometry (Accelerated Summer Course)

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Algebra II (Accelerated Summer Course)

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Graph Theory

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Multivariable Calculus

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Earth Science

This course builds inquiry, observation, experimentation, collaboration, and communication skills.

Engineering I

Students learn the language and practices of Engineering, including both mathematical and verbal means of expressing information.

Biology

This course focuses on key themes essential in biological science as well as skills central to scientific inquiry, research, and development.

Chemistry

This course focuses on building an understanding of the nature of matter and the interactions of chemicals in the world.

Physics

This course develops an understanding of the laws of nature from the small scale of the atom to the grand scale of the universe.

Anatomy and Physiology

Students are introduced to the structures and functions of the major human body systems as they study common injury and illnesses.

Coding I: Computer Languages

This course teaches students how to write computer programs and teaches them to distinguish between programming languages.

Coding II: Program Structure and Design

This course teaches students works on functional literacy in languages like Java, C++ and Python.

Forensic Science

Using case studies, students explore the development of crime-solving tactics and how science has evolved as a key element in modern day law enforcement.

Environmental Science

This course develops an understanding and respect for ecological processes functioning in natural systems.

AP Environmental Science

This course gives students the skills and knowledge required in order to pass the AP Environmental Science exam.

Animal Behavior

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Biotechnology

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP Computer Science A

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Current Topics in Science and Technology

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Marine Science

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP Psychology

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Science, Ethics, and Public Life

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Topics in Contemporary Healthcare

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

French I

At this beginning level, the first two units emphasize speaking and listening to French. The next part of the class is the core material.

French II

In this course, students review most of the basic tenses in the indicative mood, then learn the different forms and uses of the past tense.

French III

Students build their vocabulary and knowledge of daily life in France and other countries while studying more complex structures and tenses.

French IV

Students should be able to easily use the five basic verb tenses and be familiar with the other perfect tenses and the subjunctive mood.

French V

French V is for students who have successfully completed French IV and wish to continue to develop their fluency.

Spanish I

Students begin this course by learning the most frequently used words in Spanish, including verbs, articles, nouns, and adjectives.

Spanish II

Spanish II reviews the material from Spanish I, but students begin to learn the irregular forms of each tense.

Spanish III

Students should start with a knowledge of the basic verb tenses and a vocabulary of Spanish words, including at least one hundred verbs.

Spanish IV

Students should be able to easily use the five basic verb tenses and be familiar with the other perfect tenses and the subjunctive mood.

Spanish V

Spanish V is for students who have successfully completed Spanish IV but wish to continue to develop their fluency.

AP French Language and Culture

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP Spanish Language and Culture

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

American Sign Language I

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

American Sign Language II

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

American Sign Language III

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Ancient Greek

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Chinese I

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Chinese II

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Chinese III

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Chinese IV

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP Chinese Language and Culture

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Latin I

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Latin II

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Latin III

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Latin IV

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

AP Latin

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

Exploring Latino and Spanish Cultures Through Film

This course is taught online through the Hybrid Learning Consortium with support from The Winchendon School.

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