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ELECTIVES

696000 ACT PREP ENGLISH READING AND GRAMMAR TERM: FALL & SPRING CREDIT: .5

 

ACT Prep English and Reading is designed as a graded course with its goal being for all students to be unconditionally admitted to their college or university of choice. This course is recommended for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the structure of the ACT College Entrance Exam through examining the various questions types on the exam and through providing a refresher of skills in both English and Reading.

 

To receive the ½ unit of credit, a student must remain in the course for the full semester. Students may earn up to 1 unit by completing all four focus areas, either in one semester or during the full academic year. This course is designed to comply with all the curricular requirements of the American College Testing Program (ACT). ABOVE STATE REQUIREMENTS.

 

696000 ACT PREP MATH AND SCIENCE TERM: FALL & SPRING CREDIT: .5

 

ACT Prep is designed as a graded course with its goal being for all students to be unconditionally admitted to their college or university of choice. The Math portion is designed to measure a wide range of abilities and knowledge of practical problems from the six Math content areas specifically tested on the ACT. The Science Reasoning portion of the course will provide targeted practice for gaining skill-sets to excel in text-dissection, data analysis, and scientific reasoning seen on the ACT.

 

Students enrolled in the Mathematics or the Scientific Reasoning and Data Analysis focus area will rotate to the other focus area at the end of the nine-week session. To receive the ½ unit of credit, a student must remain in the course for the full semester. Students may earn up to 1 unit by completing all four focus areas, either in one semester or during the full academic year. The course is designed to comply with all the curricular requirements of the American College Testing Program (ACT). ABOVE STATE REQUIREMENTS