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Learning Support and Other Courses in High School

Courses available in this section include Learning Support courses, Supervised Study Program, Interim Semester, as well as flexible learning options such as Summer Semester and School Year Abroad.

Learning Support and Other Courses in 2018-19

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Course Descriptions

Learning Support I

ID: 47501 Grade: 9 Length: Year
Credit: May be taken for credit or non–credit.
Prerequisite: By school professional referral.

The goal of this course is to help students acquire the skills necessary for success in their academic program. This course includes developing students’ executive function skills and development of learning strategies and behaviors for academic success. Through small group instruction, students are assisted in applying these skills and strategies to their course work. This course is not intended to be used as supervised study.

Learning Support II

ID: 47502 Grade: 10-12 Length: Year
Credit: May be taken for credit or non–credit.
Prerequisite: By school professional referral.

The goal of this course is to help students acquire the skills necessary for success in their academic program. This course includes developing students’ executive function skills and development of learning strategies and behaviors for academic success. Through small group instruction, students are assisted in applying these skills and strategies to their course work. This course is not intended to be used as supervised study.

English Language Arts Lab I

ID: 47510 Grade: 9 Length: Year

Credit: May be taken for credit or non–credit.
Prerequisite: By school professional referral.

This course is designed to provide assistance to identified students in ninth grade to improve their reading, writing, speaking, listening, and vocabulary skills in English. Students address strategies to read and write effectively. Interventions target reading comprehension, reading speed, organizing ideas for writing, developing writer’s craft, revision process, and using grammar and mechanics to compose clear sentences, based on each student’s individual needs.

English Language Arts Lab II and III

ID: 47511/2 Grade: 10-12 Length: Year
Credit: May be taken for credit or non–credit.
Prerequisite: By school professional referral.

This course is designed to provide assistance to identified students in tenth through twelfth grades to improve their reading, writing, speaking, listening, and vocabulary skills in English. Students address strategies to read and write effectively. Interventions target reading comprehension, reading speed, organizing ideas for writing, developing writer’s craft, revision process, and using grammar and mechanics to compose clear sentences, based on each student’s individual needs.

Algebra I Math Lab

ID: 47520 Grade: 9 Length: Year
Credit: May be taken for credit or non–credit.
Prerequisite: By school professional referral.

This course aims to assist identified students with the development of mathematical skills, knowledge, mindset and confidence. Students will receive instruction to improve computational fluency, numeracy, and algebraic skills, while also developing organizational, study, and test taking strategies. Given the small student to teacher ratio, the course focuses on providing individualized interventions, remediation, and pre- and re-teaching, which will target foundational, pre-Algebra, and Algebra skills.

Geometry Math Lab

ID: 47521 Grade: 10-12 Length: Year
Credit: May be taken for credit or non–credit.
Prerequisite: By school professional referral.

This course aims to assist identified students with the development of mathematical skills, knowledge, mindset and confidence. Students will receive instruction to improve computational fluency, numeracy, algebraic, and geometry skills, while also developing organizational, study, and test taking strategies. Given the small student to teacher ratio, the course focuses on providing individualized interventions, remediation, and pre–and re–teaching, which will target foundational, pre–geometry, and geometry skills.