Grade 11, 12, Full Year, 1 Credit and Honors Credit

    This is a full year course offered to 11th and 12th grade students.  The purpose of Psychology is to teach about the field of psychology through an in-depth and hands on method which will mirror an entry level college psychology course.  The course will emphasize the systematic and scientific study of behavior and mental processes of human beings and animals.  Within the content focus will be on the psychological facts, principles, and phenomenon associated with the major subfields within psychology.



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  • This course is designed to provide practical information and problem solving techniques.  In relation, it is intended to develop a knowledge-base and specific skill set necessary for citizens to succeed in our law driven society.  The methodologies employed to meet the stated objectives may include the analysis of the Unites States Supreme Court cases, role playing activities, small group exercises and visual analysis activities. 

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  • Chemistry CP is designed to be a first-year high school chemistry course and gives the student a rigorous and more thorough foundation in chemistry, in order to prepare him or her for a college level course. Virtual Lab work is assigned with this course for the purpose of performing laboratory experiments.  This course is necessary for any student who plans to pursue a subsequent chemistry course (such as AP chemistry or chemistry in college) in preparation for careers dealing with science, health care or engineering. It is also recommended to students who want to maintain high academic vigor to enhance study skills.

    Chemistry CP Moodle is currently structured as a resource warehouse and access tool for hybrid learning and virtual experiments.

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  • This is a resource for all sixth grade students in Mrs. Crompton's English classes.  Students can check for information including handouts, study guides, class requirements, and upcoming assignments.  

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