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High School Completion
with Nancy Kelly
COMPOSITION, LITERATURE, AND FILM
with Janice Foster
This class is designed to prepare students to develop higher critical thinking skills by studying thematic issues, reflected through literature and film. Students will read and write while they develop knowledge of different types of media. Furthermore, students will learn about the relationships between literature, composition, and film to gain an understanding of the complex interplay between film and literature. DIPLOMA STUDENTS ONLY. Lab Fee of $15 due at registration.
with Michael Emery
Digital literacy means knowing how to use modern technology to communicate effectively with others, and to make good judgments about communication from others. In this course, we will explore different types of technology used in a variety of settings. We’ll explore common scams and how to avoid them, effective ways to search for information online, and how mobile devices differ from other computers. Some familiarity with the internet and different types of computers is recommended, but not required. DIPLOMA STUDENTS ONLY.
with Kathleen Paradis and Nancy Provost
Relationships are complicated. This class explores topics ranging from living with substance abuse to healthy sexuality. Through discussion, videos, and activities students are able to learn and grow in a safe environment and improve their relationship skills. DIPLOMA STUDENTS ONLY.
FOUNDATIONS OF MATH
with Michael Emery
HISET MATH LAB
with Frank Huard
Based on pretest results, students will receive instruction in math in preparation for HiSET testing. One-on-one instruction will be provided when possible.
with Deanna Coutts
This course covers interest inventories, learning styles, and personality preferences, self-evaluations of work abilities and skill toward career pathways.
with Thomas Renckens