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Curricular Programs


Advanced Placement

The AP program provides rigorous coursework to help students earn college credit while preparing them for the academic course load of college.

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)

The AVID program mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.

Career and Technical Education

The CTE program, formerly Professional Technical Studies (PTS) program, offers career-related courses to middle and high school students.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

The ESOL program delivers comprehensive instruction so that English Language Learners (ELLs) can speak, write, and read proficiently in English.

English Language Arts (ELA)

The ELA program provides students rich, rigorous educational opportunities that address literacy skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening, as well as 21st-century skills in research, technology, and media.

Fine Arts

The Fine Arts program is inclusive of Music, Visual Arts, and Theater programs, as well as Humanities class offerings. These courses provide opportunities for personal and academic growth and ways to create bridges between other subject disciplines.

Gifted Education

The Gifted Education program provides specially designed instruction for students who are identified with high potential and have exceptional performance with support and services that challenge and match their strengths.

Health Education

The Health Education program prepares students to make wise decisions on matters concerning personal, family, and community health by providing comprehensive health education to students.

Host Nation Studies

The Host Nation program provides elementary school students with a cross-cultural and language acquisition focus to develop an appreciation and understanding of the culture and language of the country in which they are located.

Information Centers

The School Library Information Center program supports the DoDEA mission of preparing military children for success in a global environment by providing resources, research support, and fostering a love of reading.


The Mathematics program offers a comprehensive set of opportunities for students that is centered on students' learning and their ability to reason and think mathematically.

Physical Education

The Physical Education program provides a sequence of experiences in a wide variety of developmentally appropriate learning activities beginning with basic movement concepts and skills and progressing toward more complex game, sport, dance, and other forms of movement and physical fitness activities.
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The Preschool program provides a comprehensive approach to developmentally appropriate instruction that includes both child-directed and teacher-directed learning experiences, focuses on the whole child and prepares our youngest learners for the college and career ready journey.


The Science program is designed to help students become critical consumers of scientific information and to prepare students to pursue knowledge in the fields of science, engineering, technology and mathematics.
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Social Studies

The Social Studies program promotes critical thinking skills to create knowledgeable and engaged citizens who are prepared to participate in democratic society in a global world.

Special Education

The Special education program provides specially designed instruction, support, and services to students with an identified disability requiring an individually designed instructional program to meet their unique learning needs.

World Language

The World Language program prepares students to meet the challenges of an interdependent world community by enabling them to recognize the importance of learning foreign languages, to value learning about other cultures, and to develop proficiency in one or more foreign languages.

Curriculum Features

Complete List of DoDEA Courses - SY 2017-18
This is a complete snapshot of all the courses offered by DoDEA SY 2017-18. Parents should check with their individual schools to make sure a course found in this list is indeed offered at their school.
The Curriculum Ordering System (COS)
The Curriculum Ordering System is an electronic management system for curriculum orders awarded at HQ and includes the administrative and Supply Technician functions within curriculum that exists after the contract is awarded and shipments are received.
The DoDEA Curriculum, Assessment and Program Evaluation Cycle
The Curriculum Renewal Process assures that each curriculum and program area is evaluated, adapted, and developed on a continuing basis in accordance with a Program Evaluation Plan.


Add New Course Request Form
Form used to request a new course be added to the curriculum
Drop-Replace Course Request Form
Form used to request a course be dropped from or replaced in the curriculum