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Curriculum & Programs


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:

Career and Technical Education Courses
The CTE curriculum is organized around Career Clusters that identify pathways from secondary school to two- and four-year colleges, and the workplace.
 
English Language Arts Courses
The English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum provides students rich, rigorous programs that address literacy skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening, as well as 21st-century skills in research, technology, and media.
 
Fine Arts Courses
Fine Arts curricula epitomize the concepts of 21st Century Teaching and Learning through student engagement of critical thinking & problem solving; creativity & innovation, communication & collaboration.
 
Foreign Language Courses
The Foreign Language Program prepares students to meet the challenges of an interdependent world community by enabling them to recognize the importance of learning foreign languages, engaging other cultures, and developing proficiency in one or more foreign languages.
 
Health and PE Courses
Basic to health education is a foundation of knowledge about the interactions within the human body, the prevention of disease and other health problems, and the interrelationship between behavior and health.
 
Mathematics Courses
Curriculum standards, effective instructional strategies, and ongoing assessment of student progress are essential components of the math program.
 
Science Courses
The Science Content Standards provide a framework for advancing student performance and achievement in science.
 
Social Studies Courses
The program is designed to provide students with learning experiences which will aid in the development of knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes necessary for participation as citizens in a culturally diverse, democratic society.

Course Listing

All Courses SY 2021

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Course Name Course Number Course Grade Length
-Reading 8 RER231 8 36
Accelerated Math 7/8 MAM102 7,8 36
Advanced Band M MUI103 7,8 36
Advisory 6 AADF01 6 36
Advisory 7 AAD101 7 36
Advisory 8 AAD201 8 36
Applied Tech A PTE101 6,7,8 9
Applied Tech AB PTE103 6,7,8 18
Art 6 A ARAF01 6 9
Art 6-8 A ARA101 6,7,8 9
Art 6-8 AB ARA103 6,7,8 18
AVID M LAV101 6,7,8 36
Beginning Band M MUI101 6,7,8 36
Beginning Chorus M MUV101 6,7,8 36
Business Enterprise AB PTB102 6,7,8 18
Computer Apps A PTI101 6,7,8 9
Computer Apps AB PTI103 6,7,8 18
Creative Thinking AACE04 6,7,8 36
Creative Thinking A AACE01 6,7,8 9
Creative Thinking AB AACE03 6,7,8 18
Creative Writing A LACE01E 6,7,8 9
Creative Writing AB LACE03E 6,7,8 18
Drama A DRA101 6,7,8 9
Drama AB DRA103 6,7,8 18
Environmental Studies SCBE02E 6,7,8 36
Environmental Studies AB SCBE03E 6,7,8 18
ESOL-1 Entering M 1hr LAAD01 6,7,8 36
ESOL-2 Beginning M 1hr LAAE01 6,7,8 36
ESOL-3 Developing M 1hr LAAF01 6,7,8 36
ESOL-4 Expanding M 1hr LAA101 6,7,8 36
Explor. Foreign Lang FLZF02E 6,7,8 36
Family-Consum Sci A PTZ101 6,7,8 9
Family-Consum Sci AB PTZ103 6,7,8 18
Grade 7 United States History I SSU102 7 36
Grade 8 United States History II SSU201 8 36
Graphics Comm A PTI110 7,8 9
Graphics Comm AB PTI112 7,8 18
Graphics Comm B PTI111 7,8 9
Guitar I M MUS101 5,6,7,8 36
Historical Regular Transcript Course AAAATRN99REG 9,10,11,12
Humanities A HUH101E 6,7,8 9
Humanities AB HUH103 7,8 18
Int Lang Arts-Read 6 LARF01 6 36
Integrated Sci I SCGF02 6 36
Integrated Sci II SCG102 7 36
Integrated Sci III SCG202 8 36
Intercultural Ed 6 A ICZF01 6 9
Intermediate Art: Photography1 S M ARH103E 7,8 18
Intermediate Band M MUI102 7,8 36
Intermediate Chorus M MUV102 7,8 36
Intro Programming A PTP101 7,8 9
Journalism A LAJE01E 6,7,8 9
Journalism AB LAJE02 6,7,8 18
Language Arts 6 LAEF01 6 36
Language Arts 7 LAE101 7 36
Language Arts 8 LAE201 8 36
Learning Strateg. M AAC131 7,8 36
Mathematics 6 MAMF01 6 36
Mathematics 7 MAM101 7 36
Mathematics 8 MAM201 8 36
MS Math Support MASE01 5,6,7,8 36
Music A MUG101 6,7,8 9
Music B MUG102 6,7,8 9
Path to Career AB VEZ103E 7,8 18
Pathways to Careers PTW101 7,8 36
Physical Ed 6 A PEGF01 6 9
Physical Ed 6 AB PEGF03 6 18
Physical Ed 6 B PEGF02 6 9
Physical Ed 7 A PEG101 7 9
Physical Ed 7 AB PEG103 7 18
Physical Ed 7 B PEG102 7 9
Physical Ed 8 A PEG201 8 9
Physical Ed 8 AB PEG203 8 18
Physical Ed 8 B PEG202 8 9
Piano I S M MUS105S 5,6,7,8 18
Reading 6 REDF01 6 36
Reading 7 RED104 7 36
Reading 8 RED204 8 36
Reading Lab 6 - 1hr REDF05 6 36
Reading Lab 6 - 2hr REDF06 6 36
Reading Lab 7 - 2hr RED106 7 36
Reading Lab 8 - 2hr RED206 8 36
Research Project A INS141 6,7,8 9
Research Project AB INS143 6,7,8 18
Research Project B INS142 6,7,8 9
Research Project M INS144 6,7,8 36
Seminar 6 AAHF02 6 36
Seminar 7 AAH102 7 36
Seminar 8 AAH202 8 36
Show Choir M MUV103 7,8 36
Social Studies 6 The Eastern Hemisphere SSEF02 6 36
Speech A LASE01E 6,7,8 9
Speech AB LASE03E 6,7,8 18
Speech B LASE02E 6,7,8 9
Strings: Beginning MUI106 6,7,8 36
Study Skills A AAS101 5,6,7,8 9
Study Skills AB AAS103E 7,8 18
Video Production A PTV101 7,8 9
Video Production AB PTV103 7,8 18
Virtual School Course VSC001 9,10,11,12 36
YearbookProduction M AAY101 7,8 36