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  1. AP® Chemistry, Semester 2 (SCI510B)

    Students solve chemical problems by using mathematical formulation principles and chemical calculations in addition to laboratory experiments. They build on their general understanding of chemical principles and engage in a more in-depth study of the nature and reactivity of matter. Students focus on the structure of atoms, molecules, and ions, and then go on to analyze the relationship between molecular structure and chemical and physical properties. To investigate this relationship, students examine the molecular composition of common substances and learn to transform them through chemical reactions with increasingly predictable outcomes. Students prepare for the AP Exam. The course content aligns to the sequence of topics recommended by the College Board.

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  2. Reaching Your Academic Potential (OTH040)

    Students learn essential academic skills within the context of their learning style, individual learning environment, and long-term goals. This course helps students develop habits for more successful reading, writing, studying, communication, collaboration, time management, and concentration. It also provides insights into how the brain works when they are learning, and ways to maximize its potential.

    $450.00

  3. Achieving Your Career and College Goals (OTH050)

    Students explore their options for life after high school and implement plans to achieve their goals. They identify their aptitudes, skills, and preferences, and explore a wide range of potential careers. They investigate the training and education required for the career of their choice, and create a plan to be sure that their work in high school is preparing them for the next step. They also receive practical experience in essential skills such as searching and applying for college, securing financial aid, writing a resume and cover letter, and interviewing for a job.

    $450.00

  4. Summit Nutrition and Wellness (OTH080)

    This course introduces students to good nutrition principles needed for physical and mental wellness. Topics include good nutrition; food safety; digestion, absorption, and metabolism; how major nutrients are processed in the body; basic components of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats; the roles of vitamins, minerals, and fluids; physical fitness and athletic performance; stress; and wellness and nutrition principles throughout the human life cycle. Application to today's food and eating trends plus learning to assess for reliable nutrition information are emphasized.

    $450.00

  5. Law and Order (OTH091)

    Every society has laws that its citizens must follow. From traffic laws to regulations on how the government operates, laws help provide society with order and structure. Our lives are guided and regulated by our society's legal expectations. Consumer laws help protect us from faulty goods; criminal laws help protect society from individuals who harm others; and family law handles the arrangements and issues that arise in areas like divorce and child custody. This course focuses on the creation and application of laws in various areas of society.

    $450.00

  6. Health Sciences I (OTH092)

    Will we ever find a cure for cancer? What treatments are best for conditions like diabetes and asthma? How are illnesses like meningitis, tuberculosis, and measles identified and diagnosed? Health sciences provide the answers to questions such as these. This course introduces students to the various disciplines within the health sciences, including toxicology, clinical medicine, and biotechnology. Students explore the importance of diagnostics and research in the identification and treatment of diseases. The course presents information and terminology for the health sciences and examines the contributions of different health science areas.

    $450.00

  7. Digital Arts II (TCH029)

    Students build on the skills and concepts they learned in Digital Arts I as they develop their vocabulary of digital design elements. By the end of the course, they will have created a collection of digital art projects for their digital design portfolio.

    $450.00

  8. Digital Photography I (TCH031)

    This course focuses on the basics of photography, including building an understanding of aperture, shutter speed, lighting, and composition. Students are introduced to the history of photography and basic camera functions. They use the basic techniques of composition and camera functions to build a portfolio of images, capturing people, landscapes, close-ups, and action photographs.

    $450.00

  9. Digital Photography II (TCH032)

    In today's world, photographs are all around us, including in advertisements, on websites, and on the wall as art. Many of the images have been created by professionals photographers. In this course, students learn about the various aspects of professional photography, including the ethics of the profession, and examine some of the areas that professional photographers many choose to specialize in, such as wedding photography and product photography. Students also learn about some of the most respected professional photographers in history and how to critique photographs to better understand what creates an eye-catching photograph.

    $450.00

  10. Summit Environmental Science (SCI010)

    This course surveys key topic areas including the application of scientific process to environmental analysis; ecology; energy flow; ecological structures; earth systems; and atmospheric, land, and water science. Topics also include the management of natural resources and analysis of private and governmental decisions involving the environment. Students explore actual case studies and conduct five hands-on, unit-long research activities, learning that political and private decisions about the environment and the use of resources require accurate application of scientific processes, including proper data collection and responsible conclusions.

    $450.00

  11. Digital Arts I (TCH028)

    In this exploratory course, students learn the elements and principles of design as well as foundational concepts of visual communication. While surveying a variety of media and art, students use image editing, animation, and digital drawing to put into practice the art principles they

    $450.00

  12. Image Design and Editing (TCH035)

    This introductory design course is for students who want to create compelling, professional-looking graphic designs and photos. Students learn the basics of composition, color, and layout through the use of hands-on projects that allow them to use their creativity while developing important foundational skills. They use GIMP software to create a graphic design portfolio with a wide variety of projects involving the mastery of technical topics, such as working with layers and masks, adding special effects, and effectively using typefaces to create visual impact. The projects help students develop the skills they need to create and edit images of their own.

    $450.00

   

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