Students with a demonstrated interest in a particular subject area and who have shown strong ability to work independently have the opportunity to continue their study in courses oriented more toward self-directed work. Some examples of these courses include:
Art: Advanced Studio Art, Instrumental Lab, Vocal Ensemble
Math: Discrete Math
History: Honors Thesis Seminar
Science: Organic Chemistry
World Language: Seminar in Francophone Culture
Furthermore, there are many upper-level electives in English, history, technology, science, and religion to fulfill more specific student interests in those disciplines.
Math Skills Tutorial Designed for small groups of students, this semester course uses alternative instructional approaches to strengthen math skills and understanding. There is a supplemental fee for this course, and enrollment is based on teacher recommendation.
Academic Skills Tutorial Designed for small groups of students, this semester course concentrates on writing skills. Frequent personal attention to organization, time management, and study skills can also be provided in this small class setting. There is a supplemental fee for this course, and enrollment is based on teacher recommendation.