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This course will provide an overview to basic concepts and techniques of programming in Java, a high-level, object-oriented language. We will focus on the fundamental areas of software development: syntax, control-flow mechanisms, keyboard and mouse interactions, file i/o, object modeling, and debugging. Through a series of practical exercises, students will be introduced to the basic concepts of Object-Oriented programming, to the fundamentals of the Java language and to some of the more common Java libraries from the core Java API. By the end of the course, students will be able to implement and debug small Java programs and will be prepared for further programming courses.
Livestream lecture: Wed 1:15-3:15 pm
AP Psychology is a college-level survey of theories of human behavior from a variety of perspectives. Students are expected to demonstrate proficient identification of biological, cognitive, and social factors which shape internal mental processes and external behaviors. These concepts are linked to real-life scenarios, experiments, current research, and the students’ everyday lives. Applicable to a wide set of backgrounds, we highly encourage students to add this class to their course of study!
Livestream lecture: TBD; Class is self-directed and lectures are pre-recorded.
This course builds a solid foundation in geometry with emphasis on formal mathematical proofs and logic reasoning. Students learn problem solving with methods such as direct and indirect proofs, induction, and deduction. Some topics include: congruence and similarity of triangles and other polygons, parallel and perpendicular lines and their associated angles, polygon properties and the formulas associated with several plane and solid figures.
Livestream lecture: Mon 1:15-3:15 pm
Algebra I/II combines the first two years of the conventional Algebra courses into one single class. With smarter arrangement of topics and appropriate preparation, students can make impressive progress in just one year, significantly cutting down the time it takes to reach more advanced coursework. Completion of Algebra I/II allows students to acquire two years worth of credits (20 credits).
Livestream lecture: Tues 1:15-3:15pm
Human Geography is the study of how people spatially organize society, with repercussions on the cultural spread of ideas, economic growth, political dealings, identity formation, religious formation, and even linguistic influence. We recommend this course for students as a way of making sense of the world in preparation for advanced social science courses and other interdisciplinary studies. AP Human Geography is a good entry-level AP course for any student to enroll in and counts as a 4th year Social Science credited course for college admissions.
Livestream lecture: Tues 1:15-3:15 pm
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