Students are able to gain 9th grade credit for Integrated Algebra. Upon meeting the criteria, students are able to enter accelerated math in 7th grade. In 8th grade, they will complete the work required to be eligible for the Integrated Algebra Regents Exam. Students will sit for this exam in June of their 8th grade year. Successful completion earns the students their first high school math credit.
DDP (Drawing and Design for Production)
DDP is an entry level Project Lead the Way Course that develops problem solving and presentation skills. Students learn the basics of technical drawing and design used in modern industry. Successful completion of this course results in a high school credit. In addition, students who achieve at high levels in the course may be eligible for college credit from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Students who successfully complete two years of a foreign language and who pass the proficiency in June of their 8th grade school year will receive a Level 1 high school credit, providing them with the opportunity to move into Level 2 in 9th grade.
Studio in Art
The Studio in Art course is designed to provide a broad range of art experiences that emphasize visual perception, the development of technical skills and exploration of fundamental concepts of art and design. Students will create inventive 2-D and 3-D artworks as they wrestle with timeless ideas, develop technique and learn about artworks from various time periods and cultures. Students who take this course will fulfill the New York State graduation requirement for one unit of credit in the fine arts. This class helps increase future otions for students with high levels of ability and interest in art. Students who take the course are encouraged to enroll in Drawing during the freshman year and to consider progressing through a five-credit art sequence in high school.