By CHAITANYA KOTRA Staff Writer The College Board is discontinuing their series of specialized SAT Subject Tests, along with the Essay portion of the SAT. This decision was announced on January 19th. While the 20 SAT Subject Tests, or SAT II’s, were discontinued immediately following the announcement, the essay portion of the SAT will disappear...
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Dual enrollment is an opportunity for high school students to take college courses at a local community college (either Irvine Valley College or Saddleback College).
Video Production is a course designed to provide opportunities for students to develop introductory skills in television and video production.
In AP Latin, the bulk of your studies will be on literature such as Vergil’s Aeneid and Caesar’s Gallic Wars. Part of the curriculum is a rigorous extension of Latin 3 as you will be focusing on analyzing poetry stylistically as well as translating and interpreting the significance of Latin passages.
The AP Physics 1/2 course is designed to teach students trigonometry-based physics and real-life applications of the curriculum.
The AP Statistics course encompasses data collection and analysis as well as statistical inference. The course is cumulative, so you will be using concepts from early chapters in your understanding of later chapters.
The course is not only about inputting data into your calculator, but it also heavily tests your ability to do something with the data and finding conclusions about the statistical significance beyond the numbers.
The UHS calculus class follows the AP curriculum with the AB curriculum covered mostly in first semester and the BC curriculum covered mostly in second semester.
The curriculum revolves around integrals, differentials, and various applications of the two concepts.
An average day of class consists of a lecture and some time to get started on homework.
This course is an introduction to the programming language Java. It primarily focuses on writing code, but abstract concepts regarding computer science are also important aspects of the course.
Some key concepts covered throughout this course are Java syntax, algorithms, data structures, and Object-Oriented programming. There is also a major focus on logic and problem solving.
This course follows United States history from the age before colonization to modern times in a series of nine periods.
It is not merely a chronicle of dates and facts. Famous events and figures are explored in the context of social, political, economic, and foreign policy implications. The course aims to educate students on multiple aspects of American history, including political leaders, social reform, foreign relations, and much more.
Events are often communicated in newspapers, displaying headlines concerning world events or domestic happenings. In order to be able to know more about the current events taking place in the Spanish world (or any Spanish speaking place for that matter), AP Spanish Literature is the class that answers the call.