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Algebra II

 Full Year
The purpose of this course is to continue an in-depth study of algebra concepts and processes and to provide the foundation for applying algebraic skills to other mathematical and scientific fields. 

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Arts: Band

The Instrumental Music class performs as a single ensemble and also assigns rock, jazz, and classical musicians into ensembles appropriate to their level of experience and achievement.

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Arts: Chorus

Upper School Chorus develops basic individual and ensemble skills in choral performance through preparation of various high school literature. Students study vocal production, breathing techniques, basic note reading, sight singing, and ear training.

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Arts: Graphic Arts/Yearbook

The Graphic Arts/Yearbook course exposes students to all aspects of publishing the Seacrest yearbook and any possible publications, programs, flyers. 

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Arts: Introduction to Technology 

The student develops basic skills and understanding of technology, which serves as a platform for growth. The student understands that technology is everywhere, can recognize technology and have a basic understanding of how it works.

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Arts: Studio Art 

Like any written language, the language of art can express emotions, describe events, communicate ideas and tell stories. Using the five elements of art, such as line quality, color theory, shape and form, we can understand the purpose and practice of art. Students create a series of 2D and 3D projects that are based on the elements of art.

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English: AP Language and Composition 

Full Year The purpose of this year-long course for juniors is to enable students to read complex texts with understanding and to write prose of sufficient richness and complexity to communicate effectively with mature readers.

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English: AP Literature and Composition 

Full Year AP English Literature and Composition is an introductory college-level literary analysis course. The purpose of this year-long course for seniors is to enable students to advance their ability in analysis of poetry, drama, and essays, in preparation for the AP English Literature and Composition examination.

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English: Literature and Culture Criticism

Full Year This course is an intensive examination of classic texts of western literature. The focus of the texts in this course introduces students to an ongoing conversation about what it means to be human in the Aristotelian balance between imaginative literary venue and its theologically doctrinal counterpart.

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English: Literature and War

Semester Course To explore the nature of war and its effect on man through a study of modern war literature. To consider war as what Ernest Hemingway deemed in his foreword to Men at War a “part of the intercourse of the human race.” To examine through literature and art the impact of the First World War on the psyche of modern man.

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English: Literature in Sports

Semester Course Our society displays much interest in both personal participation in or in the viewing of sports. As such, sports have made their way into the stories we see played out around us. Literature in sports allows us to reflect, analyze and celebrate the role and influence athletics plays in the lives of individuals and our society.

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English: Short Story Composition

Semester Course This intensive program will excite young writers with numerous tools and alternative approaches to the writing process in short story composition. This is an introductory creative writing course that exposes students to the critical vocabulary of the genre, stylistic techniques and forms prevalent within it, as well as readings within, and at the boundaries of,

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English: The Graphic Novel

Semester Course Comics and graphic novels, or sequential art, are one of the world’s great storytelling media: we’re going to learn how to read them, how to talk about how they get made and how they work, how to understand—and how to enjoy— some of the kinds of comics and graphic novels (that is, some of the genres) that make up the history of this medium in the modern English-speaking world.

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History and Social Sciences: Regional Roundtable

Full Year Freshmen at Seacrest Country Day School take the 9th Grade Regional Roundtable course in their first year of upper school study in history. Each phase of study is designed to guide students into a comparative civilizational study of a region in the world, focusing on pre-modern periods.

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History and Social Sciences: World History Honors

Full Year
Sophomores at Seacrest Country Day School take the 10th Grade World History course in their second year of upper school study in history. Each phase of study is designed to guide students in a comparative study focusing on modern themes and periods (broadly from the French Revolution onwards). This course aims to give students the cultural literacy to ask many different questions about world history. This year, we will examine Europe and Nationalism; Technology and Industry; China and Globalization; the USA, Mexico and Latin America; and the Middle East.

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History: Economics Honors

Economics studies the decisions individuals, businesses, governments, and societies make as they cope with scarcity. We are making decisions like this all the time, and often, we do not realize it. The goal of the course is for students to be able to analyze their decision-making processes, as well as those of the other categories.

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History: Intro to Psychology Honors

This course introduces the study of psychological concepts, theories, research findings, and applications. Through this study, the student will acquire an understanding of and appreciation for human behavior, behavior interaction, and the progressive development of the individual.

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History: United States Government Honors

This course is one semester long, required for graduation, and offered only to seniors in conjunction with economics. The goal of this course is to give students a stronger understanding of the function of the United States government and its major participants. Focus includes the historical basis of the government, the three branches of government, political parties, campaigns, and elections.

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History: United States History Honors

The purpose of this inquiry-based course is to enable students to understand the historical development of the United States with a major focus on the interpretation of primary and secondary evidence.

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Language: French 1

The purpose of this course is to introduce spoken and written French to beginning students. An integrated and balanced approach to the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills is employed.

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Language: French 2

This course enables students to continue to acquire proficiency in French through a linguistic, communicative, and cultural approach to language learning. Emphasis is placed on the continued development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills and on acquisition of applied grammatical structures and vocabulary.

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Language: French 3 Honors

This course enables students to continue to acquire proficiency in French through a linguistic, communicative, and cultural approach to language learning. Emphasis is placed on the continued development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills and on acquisition of applied grammatical structures and vocabulary.

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Language: French 4 Honors

The purpose of this course is to reinforce and expand on the oral proficiency, literacy, and cultural perspectives acquired by students in French III Honors. An integrated and balanced approach to the continued development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills is employed, and there is emphasis on acquisition and refinement of applied grammatical structures and vocabulary.

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Language: French 5 Honors

The purpose of this course is to reinforce and expand on the oral proficiency, literacy, and cultural perspectives acquired by students in French IV Honors. An integrated and balanced approach to the continued development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills is employed, and there is emphasis on acquisition and refinement of applied grammatical structures as well as familiarity with significant French authors and their literary works.

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Language: Latin I

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basic structure, syntax, and vocabulary of the Latin language and to provide a general knowledge of Roman culture and life. The texts used in this class help to provide this in a variety of ways, but the emphasis is on an immersive and contextualized experience of the language.

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Language: Latin III Honors 

This course works to expand and fortify students' knowledge of all aspects of Latin grammar and vocabulary, with a special focus on the internalization of grammatical forms and structures, as well as vocabulary. The texts used in this class help to accomplish this in a variety of ways, but the emphasis is on an immersive and contextualized experience of the language.

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Language: Latin IV Honors

This course works to expand and fortify students' knowledge of all aspects of Latin grammar and vocabulary, with a special focus on the internalization of grammatical forms and structures, as well as vocabulary.

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Language: Latin V Honors

This course works to expand and fortify students' knowledge of all aspects of Latin grammar and vocabulary, with a special focus on the internalization of grammatical forms and structures, as well as vocabulary. The texts used in this class help to accomplish this in a variety of ways, but the emphasis is on an immersive and contextualized experience of the language.

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Language: Spanish 1

This course introduces developing communication skills in the Spanish language and gaining a cross-cultural understanding of customs, traditions, and histories of the Spanish-speaking peoples.

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Language: Spanish 2

Students continue to develop communicative competence in Spanish and expand their comprehension of the Spanish language and culture(s) of Spanish-speaking countries.

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Language: Spanish 3 Honors

Students continue to develop communicative competence in Spanish and expand their comprehension of the Spanish language and of the culture(s) of Spanish-speaking countries.

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Language: Spanish 4 Honors

Students further master their communicative competence in Spanish and expand their comprehension of the Spanish language and cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. 

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Language: Spanish 4 Honors

Students further master their communicative competence in Spanish and expand their comprehension of the Spanish language and cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. 

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Language: Spanish 5 Honors

Students have already developed sufficient communicative competency in order to express themselves thoroughly in Spanish. They also extend their comprehension of the Spanish language and cultures of Spanish-speaking countries by interacting with native Spanish speakers in order to achieve a more immersion-style experience.

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Math: Algebra 2 Honors

Algebra 2 Honors is a fast paced, rigorous course designed to prepare students for Precalculus and/or College Algebra. It is the second course in the branch of mathematics that enables students to represent and analyze relationships among variable quantities and solve problems involving patterns, functions, and algebraic concepts and processes.

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Math: Algebra 2 

The purpose of this course is to continue an in-depth study of algebra concepts and processes and to provide the foundation for applying algebraic skills to other mathematical and scientific fields. 

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Math: AP Calculus AB

The Purpose of this course is to prepare students for the higher levels of technical studies in college. It is for students who are planning to major in mathematics, engineering, medicine, or the higher levels of business and economics. Also, this course is for the mathematically talented student, regardless of further pursuits in college. Students who successfully perform at the Advanced Placement level obtain college credit in almost all colleges, which is a desirable advantage to taking Advanced Placement courses. 

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Math: AP Statistics

The Purpose of this course is to prepare students for the higher levels of technical studies in college. It is for students who are planning to major in mathematics, the behavioral or social sciences, biology and other applied sciences, economics, and business. Also, this course is for the mathematically talented student, regardless of further pursuits in college.

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Math: College Algebra

This course is designed to prepare the student for the rigors of college Math 101. The course reviews the real number system, operations with polynomials and radicals, the Pythagorean Theorem, and other geometric topics.

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Math: Geometry

The Geometry course is a comprehensive look at the study of geometric concepts including the basic elements of geometry, parallel and perpendicular lines, the coordinate plane, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, trigonometry, congruence and similarity, surface area, volume and transformations. This is a standard high school geometry course that is intended to provide the student with the knowledge necessary to show proficiency in the subject area.

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Math: Geometry Honors

In addition to learning standard high school geometry, students are required to improve their thinking skills, use them more efficiently, and acquire additional thinking skills. Some of the areas in which these skills are applied by students are reasoning, analysis, interpreting, recall and transfer, applying concepts, classification, spatial perception, and synthesis.

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Math: Precalculus

The Purpose of this course is to emphasize the study of the functions and other skills necessary for the study of calculus. The course covers the topics of Precalculus in great depth. Students in Pre-Calculus Honors are exposed to challenging problems which involve higher critical thinking skills. Students are exposed to elementary algebraic theory and proofs.

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Math: Precalculus Honors

This course is a fast-paced and rigorous course designed for students who excel in mathematics. The purpose of this course is to emphasize the study of the functions and other skills necessary for the study of calculus including a full semester of calculus, in preparation for AP Calculus BC the following year.

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Math: Statistics 

This course is designed to introduce the student to the study of statistics and probability.  Topics include descriptive statistics (organization of data, histograms, and measures of central tendency and spread), linear correlation and regression, design of experiments, introductory probability, random variables, the normal and t-distribution, and statistical inference, including confidence intervals and tests of significance.

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Science: Advanced Engineering

Advanced Engineering will review the fundamentals of Engineering practices including design, scale, modeling and working as a team.  This course will start with an overview of the 7 steps of the Engineering design process and review of tools of the trade.

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Science: AP Biology

Advanced Placement Biology is designed to be the equivalent of a two-semester college level general biology course. The two main goals of AP Biology are to help students develop a conceptual framework for modern biology and to help students gain an appreciation of science as a process.

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Science: AP Chemistry

Over the course of this year you have the opportunity to learn a great deal about chemistry, much more than you learned or would have learned in the first-year class. We explore in much greater depth the concepts you have learned as well as new material that builds upon your previous knowledge.

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Science: AP Environmental Science

The AP Environmental Science course integrates the knowledge gained by our students in the study of the four natural sciences. Students build on this foundational scientific knowledge developed in the Middle and Upper School coursework. The course content is interdisciplinary and provides a college level comprehensive and enriched study of the environment through scientific, social, economic, and political lenses with emphasis placed on developing an in-depth study of the natural environment and the implications for future world sustainability.

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Science: Aquaculture and Pond Project 

This class block is a continuation of the research project started in 2018-19 aimed at maintaining a healthy retention pond environment and food web. Students will be involved in designing the next steps in this aquaculture and pond restoration project.

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Science: Biology

Full Year This Biology course is aimed to provide students with the conceptual framework, factual knowledge, and analytical skills necessary to deal critically with the rapidly changing science of biology.

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Science: Biology Honors

This Biology course is aimed to provide students with the conceptual framework, factual knowledge, and analytical skills necessary to deal critically with the rapidly changing science of biology.

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Science: Global Sustainability

Global Sustainability is designed for students who want to learn about and work toward a sustainable planet. It is an action-based course where students learn about the fundamentals of: our environment, the food we eat, the energy we use, and animal husbandry; and about running our organic gardens.

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Science: Health and Physical Education

This course intersperses Health (Life Management) and Physical Education. The P.E. portion provides a basic foundation for a wellness lifestyle. Emphasis is placed on the importance of physical fitness as a lifetime goal, leading to an active, healthy lifestyle. Students participate in team sports that involve cooperation, sportsmanship, and development of athletic skills.

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Science: Introduction to Engineering

Introduction to Engineering will provide the students with a foundation of Engineering practices and an understanding of the fields of Engineering that they could possibly pursue.  

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Science: Marine Biology

This course honors and develops a love of the marine world and the unusual organisms that inhabit it. Students experience this world by mimicking marine environments and maintaining the organisms within. 

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Science: Physics

Physics gives students a better understanding of the world around them and how they interact with it. This physics class covers a wide range of physics topics including kinematics (motion), momentum and impulse, energy, heat, light sound, and DC circuits. Students participate in projects and labs for each topic area including at least one building project during the year, such as the rubber band powered car.

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Science: Poultry Project

Students that join the Seacrest Poultry Project are able to raise chickens from incubation to mature adults. Students are in a hands-on program and work outdoors with live animals.

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Social Sciences: Public Speaking 

This course provides the study of and practice in the basic principles and techniques of effective oral communication. This course includes instruction in adapting speech to different audiences and purposes. 

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