AP Classes & Concurrent Enrollment

AP Classes & Concurrent Enrollment

Advanced Placement (AP) classes are college-level classes offered on the high school campus. Advanced Placement is a national program culminating in the AP Exam administered by the College Board. Many colleges and universities around the nation award credit based on scores from the AP Exams.

ATTENTION STUDENTS!  You must complete an AP Application Form for each AP class you are applying for enrollment for the school year. Any courses marked with an “*” after the course name require you to complete an Application Form. Please expand courses below to access their specific “Required Application Form” links at the bottom of each course description.

ADDITIONAL COURSES THAT REQUIRE APPLICATION APPROVAL

AP COURSES

Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Exploring Computer Science or equivalence in other coursework and/or related experience, Geometry or concurrent enrollment with a grade of “B” or better. Application required.
Two Semesters (FY)
Course Fee $15/semester

AP Computer Science Principles introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world. With a unique focus on creative problem solving and real-world applications, AP Computer Science Principles prepares students for college and career. This course is equivalent to BSU CS-101. At the end of the prescribed number of course hours, students may take the AP Computer Science Principles exam for course units at most colleges and universities.

Key topics include: computational thinking practices, connecting computing, creating computational artifacts, abstracting, analyzing problems and artifacts, communicating, collaborating, creativity, abstraction, data and information, algorithms, programming, the internet and global impact.

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Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in Computer Programming or equivalence in other coursework or experience, Algebra 1, and Geometry- Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)
Course Fee $15/semester

The AP Computer Science A course is a tech-prep, computer programming course that prepares students for post secondary study in a high-demand occupation. The course emphasizes software development, problem analysis, programming methodology, documentation and testing, and an in-depth study of algorithms, data structures, and data abstractions. Students in the AP Computer Science A course use the Java programming language to learn and practice major computer science concepts and also work with a large program as they examine and explore various College Board case studies. At the end of the prescribed number of course hours, students may take the AP Computer Science A exam for course units at most colleges and universities.

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Grade Level: 11
Prerequisite: A or B in World History. Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)

AP United States History is available to those students who are interested in a more in-depth course in the historical development of America from Colonial times to the present. Students will work with more complex materials and at a quicker pace than in a standard high school class. Course work will be geared toward developing and practicing skills that are required at the college level. Students will learn to locate relevant and trustworthy sources and how to organize evidence to support their arguments. Focus will be placed on cause and effect relationships as well as the climate in which opinions were formed and decisions made as historical events and issues are explored. Both primary and secondary sources will be used.

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Grade Level: 12
Prerequisite: A or B in U.S. History or AP U.S. History. Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)

AP United States Government and Politics introduces students to key political ideas, institutions, policies, interactions, roles, and behaviors that characterize the political culture of the United States. The course examines politically significant concepts and themes, through which students learn to apply disciplinary reasoning assess causes and consequences of political events, and interpret data to develop evidence-based arguments. It is recommended that students take the AP exam.

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Grade Level: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Background in World History. Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: U of I GEOG 165

The AP Human Geography course is equivalent to an introductory college-level course in human geography. The course introduces students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth’s surface. Students employ spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine socio economic organization and its environmental consequences. They also learn about the methods and tools geographers use in their research and applications. The curriculum reflects the goals of the National Geography Standards (2012). Concurrent enrollment opportunity is through University of Idaho Human Geography Course 165.

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Grade Level: 11, 12
Prerequisites:
(1) Biology (with an A or B) or concurrently taking AP Biology
(2) Chemistry (with an A or B)
(3) Application required
Recommended: Conceptual Physics
Two Semesters (FY)

The goal of the AP Environmental Science course is to provide students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world, to identify and analyze environmental problems both natural and human-made, to evaluate the negative risks associated with these problems and to examine alternative solutions for resolving and/or preventing these problems. The class will be inquiry driven with hands-on labs applying concepts learned through research and instruction. Students should be prepared to invest a great deal of time and energy into the course. In order to succeed on the AP exam, it is imperative that students remain consistently focused and organized throughout the entire year.

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AP BIOLOGY
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisites: Conceptual Physics (with an A or B), Chemistry (with an A or B),
Application required
Two Semesters (FY) and the AP exam

DC BIOLOGY
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisites: Conceptual Physics (with an A or B), Chemistry (with an A or B),
Application required
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: Boise State BIO 191

AP Biology and DC Biology (BIO 191 Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology), will be taught in the same class period with different expectations. Students selecting AP Biology will be expected to take the AP exam and have outside class expectations to meet the curriculum expectations.

This is a two-semester, college-level course. This course is a detailed survey of the main concepts of biology with an emphasis on cellular processes, genetic principles, evolution, and ecology. This course is designed for students who intend to major in the sciences and those in pre-medicine and related fields. The college-level course in biology differs significantly from the usual first high school course in biology with respect to range and depth of topics covered, the type of laboratory work done and the time and effort required of students. It aims to provide students with the conceptual framework, factual knowledge, and analytical skills necessary to deal critically with the rapidly changing science of biology. Students and parents should be prepared for the unusually high demands on time and energy this course requires. It is imperative that students remain consistently focused and organized throughout the entire year.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisites: Accelerated Chemistry (A or B) or Chemistry (A), Algebra II,
Application required
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: Boise State CHEM 101

This second year class will focus on the theoretical aspects of chemistry. Topics, which will be covered in depth, will include the structure of matter, chemical bonding, states of matter, reaction types, stoichiometry, equilibrium, kinetics and descriptive chemistry. Problem solving and application of theoretical concepts will be emphasized. Because AP Chemistry is a very rigorous course, it is imperative that students remain consistently focused and organized throughout the entire year. This course is highly recommended to those college-bound students who plan to study medicine, chemistry, or chemical engineering.

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Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Algebra 2 (completed or concurrent), Application Required
Recommended: Conceptual Physics
Two Semesters (FY)

AP Physics 1 is the equivalent of the first semester of introductory, algebra-based college courses. This course explores topics such as Newtonian mechanics (including rotational motion); work, energy, and power; mechanical waves and sound; and introductory, simple circuits. Because this course is taught over an entire year, there is more time to foster deeper conceptual understanding through increased hands-on laboratory work. Through inquiry-based learning, students will develop scientific critical thinking and reasoning skills. Special projects and topics of particular interest to students will be included as time permits.
AP Physics 1 and 2 are highly recommended for students interested in science, engineering, or medicine. Though not mandatory, students are strongly encouraged to take the AP Physics 1 exam in May.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisites: AP Physics 1 (A or B), Precalculus (completed or concurrent), Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)

AP Physics 2 is the equivalent of the second semester of introductory, algebra-based college courses. This course explores topics such as fluid statics and dynamics; thermodynamics with kinetic theory; PV (gas) diagrams and probability; electrostatics; electrical circuits with capacitors; magnetic fields; electromagnetism; physical and geometric optics; and quantum, atomic, and nuclear physics. Because this course is taught over an entire year, there is more time to foster deeper conceptual understanding through increased hands-on laboratory work. Through inquiry-based learning, students will develop scientific critical thinking and reasoning skills. Special projects and topics of particular interest to students will be included as time permits.

AP Physics 1 and 2 are highly recommended for students interested in science, engineering, or medicine. Though not mandatory, students are strongly encouraged to take the AP Physics 2 exam in May.

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Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in Spanish 4 or Instructor Approval/Application required.
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: BSU SPAN 201

The AP Spanish Language and Culture course is a rigorous course taught completely and exclusively in Spanish that requires students to improve their proficiency across the three modes of communication. The course focuses on the integration of authentic resources including online print, audio, and audiovisual resources, as well as printed materials. We encourage students to practice the target language consistently with the people around them so that the usage of the language can be as real and authentic as possible. In this course students develop a solid proficiency in integrating, comparing and contrasting in the target language as well as synthesizing written and aural materials, the formal and informal writing process, the informal and formal speaking proficiency through quality, authentic, and level appropriate audio and video materials. They are also exposed to the real world of the Spanish speaking world by listening and watching authentic and level appropriate videos from various sources from online magazines, newspapers and other related sources. They are also exposed to the Spanish literature including texts, magazines, articles, literary texts and other non technical writing. Several resources are used to facilitate the learning process and to give extra practice of topic already acquired. Technology is a powerful tool used to teach this course. Concurrent Enrollment through Boise State, Spanish 201, Intermediate Spanish I.

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Grade Level: 11
Prerequisite: A or B in English 10 and Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)

AP English Language and Composition engages students in becoming skilled readers of prose written in a variety of rhetorical contexts, and in becoming skilled writers who compose for a variety of purposes. In addition, students will be taught to rhetorically read complex texts and to write prose of sufficient richness and complexity to communicate effectively with mature readers. Students will be encouraged to place their emphasis on content, purpose and audience and to allow this focus to guide the organization of their writing. This is a college level class and materials will reflect that.

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Grade Level: 12
Prerequisite: A or B in English 11/AP English and Composition and Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)

The College Board, instead of publishing set curriculum, offers the following suggesting for key elements in an advanced Placement English course in Literature and composition: The course should include intensive study of representative works from various genres and periods, concentrating on works of recognized literary merit. Reading in an AP course should be both wide and deep. Students should read works from several genres and periods – from the sixteenth to the twentieth century- but, more importantly, they should get to know a few works well. They should read deliberately and thoroughly, taking time to understand a work’s complexity, to absorb its richness of meaning and to analyze how that meaning is embodied in literary form. Careful attention to both textual detail and historical context should provide a foundation; however, critical perspectives are also brought to bear on the literary works studied. Writing is also an integral part of the AP English Literature and Composition course. It should focus on the critical analysis of literature and should include expository, analytical, and argumentative essays. The goal of writing should be to increase students’ ability to explain clearly, cogently, even elegantly, what they understand about literary works and why they interpret them as they do. This is a college level class and materials will reflect that.

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Grade Level: 10, 11
Prerequisite: Preferred concurrent enrollment with AP Language and Composition
Two Semesters (FY)
Year one of a two year program.

AP Seminar, is a foundational course that engages students in cross-curricular conversations that explore the complexities of academic and real-world topics and issues by analyzing divergent perspectives. Using an inquiry framework, students practice reading and analyzing articles, research studies, and foundational literary and philosophical texts; listening to and viewing speeches, broadcasts and personal accounts; and experiencing artistic works and performances. Students learn to synthesize information from multiple sources, develop their own perspectives in written essays , and design and deliver oral and visual presentation, both individually and as part of a team. Ultimately, the course aims to equip students with power to analyze and evaluate information with accuracy and precision in order to craft and communicate evidence-based arguments.

Grade Level: 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in Advanced Mathematical Concepts or Precalculus
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: BSU Math 254

AP Statistics is a study of data analysis, experimental design, probability as it relates to statistical inference, and the practice of data gathering and evaluation of statistical inference in an elementary statistics setting. It is activity based and incorporates use of graphing calculators and computers. TI-84 calculators are required for this course. Students have the option to take the Advanced Placement Exam and/or enroll in the Concurrent Enrollment Program through Boise State University.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in Precalculus
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: BSU Math 171

AP Calculus AB will provide qualified senior students with a college-level mathematics experience containing many of the topics included in a rigorous freshman college course. Included in the AP Calculus class will be coverage of functions, rates of change, limits, continuity, techniques of differentiation and integration, slope fields, real-life applications and complex problem solving. Graphing calculators will be required for use in this course. TI 89 calculators are recommended. Students have the option to take the Advanced Placement AB exam and/or to enroll in the Concurrent Enrollment Program through Boise State University.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in AP Calculus AB
One Semester (S2)
Dual Credit: BSU Math 175

AP Calculus BC will provide students with a college level mathematics experience reviewing topics from AP Calculus AB and containing topics contained in a rigorous second semester college calculus course. TI – 84 and TI – 89 calculators are required for this course. Students have the option to take the Advanced Placement Calculus BC Exam and/or enroll in the Concurrent Enrollment Program through Boise State University. This course is only offered second semester.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: At least two semesters of emphasis area study and/or Instructor Approval
Two Semesters (FY)
Course fee $25/semester

Advanced Placement Art is an intense and demanding high school art curriculum with exciting rewards for the serious art student. Students will share a studio with the most motivated and experienced artists in our school. Students will create a series of works in either 2-dimensional works (painting, drawing, printing, collaging etc.) or 3- dimensional works ( clay, wire, cardboard, plaster, assemblage etc.)
formats. Works in each portfolio must demonstrate inquiry through art and design and development of materials, processes, and ideas over the course of a year. Portfolios include works of art and design, process documentation, and written information about the work presented. In May, students submit portfolios to AP Central for evaluation based on specific criteria, which include skillful synthesis of materials, processes, and ideas and sustained investigation through practice, experimentation, and revision, guided by questions.

The national requirements and examples of art works can be found at the following links:
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/courses/teachers_corner/7881.html (Drawing) and
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/courses/teachers_corner/7880.html (3-D)

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Grade Level:
Prerequisite: AP Seminar
Two Semesters: (FY)
Year two of a two year program.

AP Research, the second course in the AP Capstone experience, allows students to deeply explore an academic topic, problem, issue, or idea of individual interest. Students design, plan, and implement a yearlong investigation to address a research question. Through this inquiry, they further the skills they acquired in the AP Seminar course by learning research methodology, employing ethical research practices, and accessing, analyzing, and synthesizing information. Students reflect on their skill development, document their processes, and curate the artifacts of their scholarly work through a process and reflection portfolio. The course culminates in an academic paper of 4,000–5,000 words (accompanied by a performance, exhibit, or product where applicable) and a presentation with an oral defense.

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CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT COURSES

Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: None (Geometry concurrent or higher)
First Semester (S1); Second Semester (S2)
Course Fee $40/semester
Dual Credit: NNU ENGR 1050*

Students become familiar with the traditional “big four” disciplines of engineering and the extensive array of career opportunities and engineering problems addressed within each discipline. A design process is presented as a structured method for approaching and developing solutions to a problem. Students develop an understanding of the purpose and practice of visual representations using technical sketching and drawing. Students will learn appropriate methods of making and recording measurements, including the use of dial calipers, as they come to understand the ideas of precision and accuracy of measurement and their implications on engineering design. Emphasis on using MS Excel or Google Sheets for statistical analysis of data. This unit introduces students to a variety of modeling methods used to represent systems, components, and processes in design. Computer modeling is introduced, and students use modeling software to create CAD models to represent simple objects in a virtual 3D environment. Student to 3D print an object they design. Geometric concepts are important in the appropriate application of geometric and dimensional relationships and constraints for effective use of three-dimensional computer modeling environments that employ parametric design functionality. Concurrent enrollment available through Northwest Nazarene University. Students MUST take Intro to Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Design I to apply for concurrent credit. Courses may be taken in different semesters.

Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Intro to Engineering or similar course and concurrent with Geometry
First Semester (S1); Second Semester (S2)
Course Fee: $75/semester
Dual Credit: NNU ENGR 1050*

The course is intended as an introductory course for people who might be interested either in engineering or in machining. Machining refers to the process of taking a piece of metal and cutting or shaping it into a working device. A project-based class, will teach students about basic machining operations, measurements, and calculations. Students will learn about different machines and tooling. They will be able to use blueprints to make devices that meet specifications. Students will also learn how to operate computer numerical control (CNC) equipment. Concurrent enrollment available through NNU. Students MUST take Intro to Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Design I to apply for concurrent credit. Courses may be taken in different semesters. AMD II and III are for students who have completed AMD I.

Grade Level: 11, 12
Fall Semester (S1)
Dual Credit: BSU ECON 201

Students have the option to take this course as an AP class or as a concurrent enrollment/dual credit course. Students will define economics, explore the underlying fundamentals common to all economic systems, and develop and examine a basic framework for analysis of the economic interactions that take place in our economy. Students will examine the problems caused by scarcity, study differing market structures that operate in our economy, and develop an understanding of fundamental theoretical tools. Students will then focus upon: regulation and antitrust, supply and demand for the factors of production, wage determination, international trade, and the economic problems faced by specific industries. Concurrent enrollment available through Boise State University.

Grade Level: 11, 12
Spring Semester (S2)
Dual Credit: BSU ECON 202

Students have the option to take this course as an AP class or as a concurrent enrollment/dual credit course. This course will explore economic systems and societal implications. Students will examine how prices in our economy act effectively to allocate scarce resources. Students will explore the measurement of aggregate economic activity, unemployment, and price level. Students will learn the role that money plays in our economy, the importance of the banking system, and the role that the Federal Reserve has in maintaining economic stability and growth. Areas of current macroeconomic interest such as the Federal Budget deficit/surplus, monetary and fiscal policies, economic growth, and international trade will also be discussed.Concurrent enrollment available through Boise State University.

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Background in World History. Application Required
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: U of I GEOG 165

The AP Human Geography course is equivalent to an introductory college-level course in human geography. The course introduces students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth’s surface. Students employ spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine socio economic organization and its environmental consequences. They also learn about the methods and tools geographers use in their research and applications. The curriculum reflects the goals of the National Geography Standards (2012). Concurrent enrollment opportunity is through University of Idaho Human Geography Course 165.

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AP BIOLOGY
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisites: Conceptual Physics (with an A or B), Chemistry (with an A or B),
Application required
Two Semesters (FY) and the AP exam

DC BIOLOGY
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisites: Conceptual Physics (with an A or B), Chemistry (with an A or B),
Application required
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: Boise State BIO 191

AP Biology and DC Biology (BIO 191 Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology), will be taught in the same class period with different expectations. Students selecting AP Biology will be expected to take the AP exam and have outside class expectations to meet the curriculum expectations.

This is a two-semester, college-level course. This course is a detailed survey of the main concepts of biology with an emphasis on cellular processes, genetic principles, evolution, and ecology. This course is designed for students who intend to major in the sciences and those in pre-medicine and related fields. The college-level course in biology differs significantly from the usual first high school course in biology with respect to range and depth of topics covered, the type of laboratory work done and the time and effort required of students. It aims to provide students with the conceptual framework, factual knowledge, and analytical skills necessary to deal critically with the rapidly changing science of biology. Students and parents should be prepared for the unusually high demands on time and energy this course requires. It is imperative that students remain consistently focused and organized throughout the entire year.

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Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in Spanish 4 or Instructor Approval/Application required.
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: BSU SPAN 201

The AP Spanish Language and Culture course is a rigorous course taught completely and exclusively in Spanish that requires students to improve their proficiency across the three modes of communication. The course focuses on the integration of authentic resources including online print, audio, and audiovisual resources, as well as printed materials. We encourage students to practice the target language consistently with the people around them so that the usage of the language can be as real and authentic as possible. In this course students develop a solid proficiency in integrating, comparing and contrasting in the target language as well as synthesizing written and aural materials, the formal and informal writing process, the informal and formal speaking proficiency through quality, authentic, and level appropriate audio and video materials. They are also exposed to the real world of the Spanish speaking world by listening and watching authentic and level appropriate videos from various sources from online magazines, newspapers and other related sources. They are also exposed to the Spanish literature including texts, magazines, articles, literary texts and other non technical writing. Several resources are used to facilitate the learning process and to give extra practice of topic already acquired. Technology is a powerful tool used to teach this course. Concurrent Enrollment through Boise State, Spanish 201, Intermediate Spanish I.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: None
First Semester (S1); First Semester (S2)
Course Fee $15/semester
Dual Credit: BSU BUS 101

Are you interested in learning about the world of business? Would you someday like to become an entrepreneur, an accountant, a CEO, or owning your own business?? Then, this is the course for you! Introduction to Business is designed as an introduction to business terminology, concepts and ideas to help you become successful in your future college education or workplace pursuits. This course will provide you with the knowledge, skills and understanding of business ownership and/or management. Topics to be covered in this course will be: What Makes a Good Entrepreneur?, How to Start a Successful Business, the different Forms of Business, Business Laws, The Importance of Accounting to a Successful Business, Good Decision-Making Skills, Communication Skills, and Working with Employees. Students will have the opportunity to partner with others to create a new business/non-profit organization. They will create a Business Canvas for this new business and will have the opportunity to present (“Pitch”) their business ideas in front of a professional adult panel. Concurrent enrollment available through Boise State, Business 101.

Grade Level: 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in Advanced Mathematical Concepts or Precalculus
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: BSU Math 254

AP Statistics is a study of data analysis, experimental design, probability as it relates to statistical inference, and the practice of data gathering and evaluation of statistical inference in an elementary statistics setting. It is activity based and incorporates use of graphing calculators and computers. TI-84 calculators are required for this course. Students have the option to take the Advanced Placement Exam and/or enroll in the Concurrent Enrollment Program through Boise State University.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in Precalculus
Two Semesters (FY)
Dual Credit: BSU Math 171

AP Calculus AB will provide qualified senior students with a college-level mathematics experience containing many of the topics included in a rigorous freshman college course. Included in the AP Calculus class will be coverage of functions, rates of change, limits, continuity, techniques of differentiation and integration, slope fields, real-life applications and complex problem solving. Graphing calculators will be required for use in this course. TI 89 calculators are recommended. Students have the option to take the Advanced Placement AB exam and/or to enroll in the Concurrent Enrollment Program through Boise State University.

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Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: A or B in AP Calculus AB
One Semester (S2)
Dual Credit: BSU Math 175

AP Calculus BC will provide students with a college level mathematics experience reviewing topics from AP Calculus AB and containing topics contained in a rigorous second semester college calculus course. TI – 84 and TI – 89 calculators are required for this course. Students have the option to take the Advanced Placement Calculus BC Exam and/or enroll in the Concurrent Enrollment Program through Boise State University. This course is only offered second semester.

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Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
First Semester (S1); Second Semester (S2)
Course fee $40/semester

This is a non-performance, introductory level course designed to give students a broad understanding and appreciation of theatrical performance through the study of theatre history, dramatic literature, and production techniques. Students will watch video and live performances, read, discuss and write about plays and performance. Students are required to attend and write about a live theatre production during the semester. Students have the option to enroll in the Concurrent Enrollment Program through Boise State University.

Students taking this class for concurrent college credit: in addition to regular class assignments, quizzes and tests, students will write short reading responses, complete a project and are required to attend and write about two live theatre productions during the semester. This course will follow the curriculum set forth by Boise State University.

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