AP Biology is a full year course which will be equivalent to a one semester course in introductory molecular biology.  Over the course the year students will be exposed to cellular structure and function, biochemistry, classical genetics, cellular energetics and the interactions of organism with biotic and abiotic factors in their environments.  Throughout the course students will be lead through each of the four big ideas in biology.  These big ideas will be substrate that each lesson will be built upon.  By the end of the course students will develop a greater understanding of the core scientific principles, theories, and processes governing living organisms.  


This course will be used for to create shells for participants to build their own courses during the OCD training.

Advanced Placement US Government and Politics is a full year course that examines the foundations, institutions, and impacts on government and the development of public policy.

This class will cover all of the topics determined by the CollegeBoard for an AP Calculus AB course.

The audience of the course will be high school seniors (and perhaps an extremely talented HS junior or two) who are looking to complete the equivalent of a first year college calculus course.

Currently under development pending approval from the College Board.

 

This class will cover all of the topics determined by the CollegeBoard for an AP Calculus BC course.

The audience of the course will be high school seniors (and perhaps an extremely talented HS junior or two) who are looking to complete the equivalent of a first year college calculus course.

 

 

AP Language and Composition will develop students’ skills to communicate effectively and confidently both in writing and in speech across the curriculum and in their professional and personal lives.  Students will increase their ability to read complex texts and develop an effective use of rhetoric.  Nonfiction is the basis of the course with a focus on argument and analytical writing for various purposes and audiences.