Curriculum

Biology 6 Credits
Software Applications 5 Credits
Introduction to Engineering Design 5 Credits*
English 1 5 Credits
World History 5 Credits
World Language 5 Credits
(French, Spanish or Latin)
Health/Physical Education 4 Credits
Mathematics 5 Credits
(Geometry, Algebra 2/Trig)
Research/Data Analysis 2 Credits
Sophomore Classes
Computer Integrated Manufacturing 5 Credits*
Principles of Engineering 5 Credits*
Physics 6 Credits
English 2 5 Credits
United States History 1 5 Credits
World Language 5 Credits
(French, Spanish or Latin)
Health/Physical Education 4 Credits
Mathematics 5 Credits
(Algebra 2/Trig, PreCalculus)
Research Practicum/Guidance 3 Credits
Junior Classes
Chemistry/AP Chemistry 6 Credits
English 3 5 Credits
United States History 2 5 Credits
World Language 5 Credits
(French, Spanish or Latin)
Health/Physical Education 4 Credits
Effective Speech 3 Credits+
Mathematics 5/6 Credits
(PreCalculus, AP Calculus BC)
Technology Options:
i. Computer Science & Software Engineering 10 Credits*
ii.  Civil Engineering & Architecture 10 Credits*
iii. Digital Electronics 10 Credits*
   
Senior Classes
AP Biology, AP Chemistry, or AP Physics 6 Credits
English 4 5 Credits
Mathematics 5/6 Credits
(AP Calculus AB/BC, Multivariable Calculus)
Mentorship 5 Credits
Current Global Issues (elective) 5 Credits
Environmental Science (elective) 5 Credits
World Language (elective) 5 Credits#
(French, Spanish, or Latin)
Health/Physical Education 3 College+
AP Statistics (elective) 5 Credits
 
Engineering Design & Development 5 Credits*
   
   
160 credits must be accumulated in order to graduate.
+ Appear on a college transcript issued by Brookdale Community College
* Students may elect to apply for college credit through Rochester Institute of Technology
# Students may elect to apply for college credit through Georgian Court University (in select courses).
^ Includes Mentorship
 
All courses at HTHS are taught at the Honors level and grades are therefore not weighted or inflated.
Grading System
92-100 ( A ) = Superior Proficiency
85-91   ( B ) = Above Average Proficiency
77-84   ( C ) = Proficient
70-76   ( D ) = Partial Proficiency*
55-69   ( F ) = Not Proficient/No Credit
* Students in this range are issued a Personal Improvement Plan and work with their teacher towards proficiency; however, the grade is not adjusted.

 


Last Updated: 07/17/2014
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