We are going to learn the fundamentals of Python and its most sought after applications, including data analysis, web scraping, and machine learning or other development tracks. After acquiring a good understanding of the fundamentals, we will look at various tracks and cater the course to the students’ interests.
Pre-Calculus is built on concepts of trigonometry, geometry, and algebra in preparing students for the study of calculus. Students focus on modeling, problem-solving, data analysis, trigonometric and circular functions and their inverses, polar coordinates, complex numbers, conics, and quadratic relations.
Geometry introduces students to points, lines, planes, angles, parallel lines, triangles, similarity, trigonometry, quadrilaterals, transformations, circles, and area. Students will apply mathematical concepts and knowledge to solve problems. Students will develop critical thinking and decision-making skills by connecting concepts to practical applications.
Algebra 1 introduces students to the foundational concepts of mathematics: variables, algebraic expressions, equations, inequalities, functions, exponent rules and manipulation, polynomials, solving and graphing linear equations, solving and graphing two variable inequalities, solving systems of equations, radicals, word problems, solving and graphing quadratic equations, and factoring. Students will apply math concepts to solve real-world problems. Graphing calculators will be an integral part of all instruction.
The purpose of the Intro to American Culture Course is to help students truly understand the different aspects such as food, clothing, housing, speech, society, and law in the United States in advance. Students will actively participate in discussions in the classroom, explore and learn American culture with teachers, and enhance their understanding of the United States
This course provides students with an introduction to Latin language. We will cover the pronunciation of Latin letters and introductory grammar, which will give students a quick start to reading short Latin texts. This course is reading-focused, so students will learn to read and pronounce accurately but will not be engaging in spoken Latin conversations. Latin is an inflected language, meaning that the word endings change depending on how they are used in a sentence. Students will practice reading and comprehending short stories. Roman culture will be presented in the context of the short stories, and students may choose to read the optional English culture sections in the book to expand their understanding. Students should expect to spend time outside of class reviewing readings and memorizing new vocabulary and forms.
Explore the rise and fall of empires, the clash, and encounter of cultures, plagues, religious fervor, and political intrigue and war. This course aims to discover the complex interactions between Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans in different regions of North America across more than 500 years of history.