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High School Course Sequence

9th Grade
Credit10th GradeCredit11th GradeCredit12th GradeCredit

Humanities Language Arts 9

Humanities Social Studies 9

2.0

Humanities Language Arts 10

Humanities Social Studies 10

2.0

Writing 120

Government/Econ.

1.0

1.0

*Writing 121

Law

1.0

1.0

Math Sequence: see below1.0​Math Sequence: see below1.0Math Sequence: see below1.0Math Sequence: see below1.0

Physics

 

1.0*Chemistry1.0

*Biology

*Health 1 and 2

2.0

Computer Lit I (E)

Filmmaking I (E)

1.0

1.0

*Introduction to Biotechnology & Engineering

1.0

*Human Body Systems

*Principles of Engineering

1.0

*Medical Interventions *Digital Electronics

1.0

*Biomedical Innovations

Engineering Design & Development

1.0

1.0

**Spanish or AVID ***Internships

1.0

**Spanish or AVID ***Internships

1.0

 **Spanish or AVID ***Internships

1.0

**Spanish or AVID ***Internships

1.0
PE (credit by proficiency).5PE (credit by proficiency).5

Computer Lit. I (elective) Filmmaking I (elective)

1.0

Credit Recovery

 1.0
Total Credits6.5Total Credits6.5Total Credits7.0Total Credits6.0


*Dual Credit Courses: Not all Dual credit courses are weighted. A college transcript can be obtained from the school connected to the course. Not all colleges accept the course as dual credit. Parents are responsible for checking into the college their student may attend.

** AVID: Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) is an academic elective course that emphasizes rhetorical reading, analytical writing, collaborative discussion strategies, tutorial inquiry study groups, preparation for college entrance and placement exams, college study skills and test-taking strategies, note-taking and research. AVID prepares and supports students for entry into the most rigorous high school courses. An application and interview are required to be considered.  Email Christine_muggli@beaverton.k12.or.us

**Spanish Courses Offered: Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3 and Spanish 4* For Native Speakers: Spanish Lit/Comp 1 through 3.

***Internships: We strive to connect every student with opportunities to explore potential career paths through meaningful partnerships with businesses, agencies and individuals. Our goal is through these experiences our students will be college and career ready with clear direction and enthusiasm.  (MUST SIGN UP FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY, email Jessica_Lewis@beaverton.k12.or.us)

Math Sequence: AGS 1, AGS 2, AGS 3, Pre-Calculus or Statistics 1*, Calculus*. AGS 1,2 and 3 is a three-course sequence that includes mastery of the following content:  Number & Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Geometry and Probability & Statistics.  This sequence insures students meet Common Core State Standards in mathematics. Students will have multiple opportunities to demonstrate their proficiency in each content area, and strengthen their college and career readiness in mathematics. .

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​A quick note about Dual Credit: Thanks to partners at both Portland State University (PSU) and Oregon Tech (OIT), we offer multiple courses here at HS2 that include both HS credit and the option for College credit at the same time.  For example, all HS2 juniors take a full-year course called Writing 120/121.  Successful completion of this course counts as credit toward the students' requirements to earn their HS2 diploma.  Additionally, since this course is taught by a university qualifed staff member, we are also able to offer PSU credit to our students.  For a tuition fee substantially less than the cost of the same credits on the PSU main campus, our students can also earn 4 college credits that will go on their PSU transcript.  Their enrollment as a PSU students also gives them access to additional services at PSU beyond what we are normally able to offer HS2 students at large. 

While we believe that both AP and IB programs are fine ways to introduce students to the rigors of college expectations, we know that dual credit programs take one additional step and actually enroll students in college courses, hold them to the same expectation as all other college students, and provide opportunities for additional support within our high school environment (easier access to teachers, greater structure in their daily environment, and reduced college tuition for all students). 

Beyond the college Writing 120/121 course, we also offer college credits in Math (Statistics 243/244, Calculus 251), Spanish (Spanish 201/202/203), Writing 222, and all of our medical classes (HBS, MI, BI), science classes (Health, Biology and Chemistry) and engineering classes from 9th through 12th grades. See DU​AL CREDIT for details on classes and enrollment for college credit.