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Humanities is an advanced course combining United States history with American literature.

The Senior English curriculum is designed for those seniors who are not planning to attend a four-year university. Students will produce a variety of written compositions, read and analyze literature from England, and develop skills for real life.


The Senior English curriculum is designed for those seniors who are not planning to attend a four-year university. Students will produce a variety of written compositions, read and analyze literature from England, and develop skills for real life.


The Literature/Composition curriculum is designed for those seniors who are planning to attend a four-year university. Students will produce a variety of written compositions, read and analyze literature from England, and develop skills for academic life.


Technical Communications is the study and application of the processes and conventions needed for effective technical writing/communication. Using the writing process, students will demonstrate a command of vocabulary, English language conventions, research and organizational skills, as well as an awareness of audience, of purpose, and of style.


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This course will address current Biology topis: Genetics, Ecology, Anatomy and Physiology.

The CARE Program offers middle school and high school students an opportunity to meet the Indiana state standards in an alternative, self-contained classroom setting.

This course addresses standards in Elementary Physical Education.
This course addresses Indiana's state standards.
This course addresses standards in U.S. History 11.
Learning resources for Mrs. DeSalle's third grade classes.
This course will address many learning resources that we are working on in our kindergarten classroom.
Learning resources for Mrs. Cultice's third grade classes.

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This course will cover the career standards for Culver Community Middle School students.