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Beth Morgan

9th Grade (A-L), 10th Grade, & 12th Grade (A-L)

beth.morgan@dcsms.org

 

Alana Carlisle

9th Grade (M-Z), 11th Grade, & 12th Grade (M-Z)

alana.carlisle@dcsms.org

 

 

  

 

Digital Course Catalog

English Foreign Language Math Social Studies Science

Business & Computer Education  Vocational Performing Arts & Visual Arts

Music Physical Education

English 1

 ---1 credit --- English I combines a study of English grammar usage, writing, speaking, reading, listening, and viewing skills into the study of literature and language .Students are introduced to research skills, critical thinking skills, analysis of literature, and the writing process. These skills are emphasized through a variety of writing assignments and projects in conjunction with the reading of various literary forms and styles. Students enrolled in this course will be preparing for the state English assessment given after English II.

 

Accelerated English 1

---1 credit --- Prerequisite: A “90” or higher average in 8th grade English & teacher recommendation Accelerated English I is designed for the motivated and responsible student who has displayed a high level of mastery in seventh and eighth grade language arts .In addition to the regular ninth grade language arts course work, students will participate in units both in and out of class including projects, reading and writing assignments, and vocabulary designed to challenge the student in areas of composition, literary analysis, and critical thinking. Strong motivational skills and excellent attendance are a must for this class. Students enrolled in this course will be preparing for the state English assessment given during English II.

 

Gifted English 1

 1 credit --- Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Gifted Program Accelerated Gifted English I is offered to identified gifted students. This course is an advanced placement preparatory class for college. In addition to the regular ninth grade language arts course work, students will participate in units both in and out of class including projects, reading and writing assignments, and vocabulary designed to challenge the student in areas of composition, literary analysis, and critical thinking. Strong motivational skills and excellent attendance are a must for this class. Students enrolled in this course will be preparing for the state English assessment given during English II.

 

Compensatory Reading

English 2

 

--- 1 credit --- Prerequisite: English I English II combines a study of English grammar usage, writing, speaking, reading, listening, and viewing skills into the study of literature and language. Students continue developing research skills, critical thinking skills, analysis of literature, and the writing process. These skills are emphasized through a variety of writing assignments and projects in conjunction with the reading of various literary forms and styles. As a requirement for graduation, students enrolled in this course must take and pass the state English II assessment.

Accelrated/Gifted English 2

 

ACCELERATED ENGLISH II --- 1 credit --- Prerequisite: An “85” or higher in 9th grade English & teacher recommendation Accelerated English II is designed for the motivated student who has displayed high mastery of language skills in Eng. I. In addition to the regular English II course work, students will complete advanced units to develop both oral and written communication skills with emphasis on composition and literary analysis. Students enrolled in this course must take and pass the state English II assessment.

ACCELERATED GIFTED ENGLISH II --- 1 credit --- Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Gifted Program Accelerated Gifted English II is offered to identified gifted students. This course is an Advanced Placement preparatory class in which much of the English III curriculum is taught. Students will complete advanced units to develop both oral and written communication skills with emphasis on composition and literary analysis. Students enrolled in this course must take and pass the state English II assessment.

English 3

 

--- 1 credit --- Prerequisite: English II The structure of English III includes further studies in grammar, composition, American Literature, and oral language skills. Research and documentation skills and techniques will be evaluated through a research paper assignment. Students will be taught the influence of historical events on literature.

AP Language and Composition 1

 

 --- 1 credit --- Prerequisite: Pre-determined qualifier based on the LHS English Department and Administration This course is offered to identified gifted students and is an Advanced Placement class. The student will read and analyze several novels during the course. Course material is based on the gifted English curriculum as well as the curriculum developed for the Advanced Placement course. Emphasis is placed on an advanced reading and writing program. All students are required to take the Advanced Placement exam.

 

Dual Credit English Composition 1

 DUAL CREDIT – ENGLISH COMPOSITION I --- 1 credit --- (11th and 12th grade) --- 3 Hour College Credit --- Prerequisite: ACT English sub-score of 17 or above, GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, Letter of Recommendation from Counselor or High School Principal MUST ALSO: SUBMIT PAYMENT BASED ON NORTHWEST COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE FEES, COMPLETE NWCC APPLICATION, and SEALED TRANSCRIPT This course prepares the student to think critically and compose texts for academic and professional rhetorical situations. 

 

Dual Enrollment English Composition 1 and 2

 

English 4

 

--- 1 credit --- Prerequisite: English III The curriculum of English IV includes a survey of British Literature. This course combines a study of English grammar usage, writing, speaking, reading, listening, and viewing skills into the study of literature and language with even more emphasis on writing. Students continue developing research skills, critical thinking skills, analysis of literature, and the writing process. These skills are emphasized through a variety of writing assignments and projects in conjunction with the reading of various literary forms and styles.

AP Liturature and Composition

 --- 1 credit --- Prerequisite: Pre-determined qualifier based on the LHS English Department and Administration This course is offered to identified gifted students. Course material is based on the gifted English curriculum as well as curriculum developed for the Advanced Placement course leading to taking the AP test. Emphasis is placed on an advanced reading and writing program completing the content of the course. English and World Literature are primary focuses with emphasis in writing and analyzing major works from these two sources. Students will practice writing and testing for the AP Test. 

Foreign Language 

Spanish 1

Spanish 2

Spanish 3

Spanish 4

 

German 1

German 2

Year Long Algebra 1

Geometry

Algebra 2

Algebra 3

 

AP Calculus

Dual Enrollment College Algebra

Social Studies

Mississippi Studies

World Geography

 

World History

 AP European History

U.S. History

AP U.S. History 

U.S. Government

 Economics 

AP Government and Politics

Science 

 Chemistry 1

 Business and Computer Education

Entrepreneurship

Personal Finance

Marketing

Computer Science AP

Vocational

Family Dynamics

Nutrition

Performing Arts and Visual Arts

Ceramics 1 and 2

Gifted Art 

AP 2d 3d Drawing

Music

 

Physical Education

Physical Education