This course guide is to provide a comprehensive overview of the classes in which students may enroll during their tenure at our school. We believe the classes offered will more than prepare the student for whatever their future may hold.
Parents are a vital part of the registration procedure and we encourage you to take an active role in your student’s class selection process. Guidance counselors and teachers are available to assist.
In keeping with the DoDEA mission to "provide an exemplary education that inspires and prepares all our students for success in a dynamic, global environment", the DoDEA Curriculum Content Standards and the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) provide the framework for academic excellence. Our curriculum translates the standards in to a sequenced series of statements about what students will learn through their school experiences.
Find out which DoDEA course are offered specifically at our school below:
EL = Elective | NC = No Credit | SE = Special Education | AP = Advanced Placement | GC = Computer | GD = Second Language | IB = International Baccalaureate
GE = Social Studies | GF = Fine Arts | GG = US Government | GH = Health | GL = Language Arts | GM = Mathematics
GP = Physical Education | GS = Science | GU = US History | GV = Careers
G = Meets Graduation Requirements
Our District has established an Assistive Technology Lending Library, consisting of specialized software and devices, Reference Books, Videos, and Assessment Instruments. The Lending Library was created to provide a variety of resource materials for use by special educators. Items found in the Lending Library are available for short-term loan to any school within the Mediterranean District.
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It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.
Find out more about each area of Curriculum on the DoDEA website:
Find out more about the different programs offered on the DoDEA website: