Boarding School’s curriculum is usually structured in a traditional liberal arts model. Most of the academic courses are set for college preparatory program. Each discipline usually offers a range of courses from basic-level, standard-level, Honors, and Advanced Placement. 
There are mainly five disciplines in the school’s academic departments:English, Math, Social studies (History), Foreign Language, and Science; many schools require students must take Arts and PE as well. Students can also choose special programs offered by different schools, such as STEM, internships, field study, etc.

Academic Courses:
  • ENGLISH: English language; English literature, Communications, Rhetoric and Composition, Media Studies and Production, Public Speaking, Creative Writing, College Writing, Yearbook
  • SOCIAL STUDIES: Humanities, US History, US Government & Economics, Microeconomics, World Civilizations, European History, Psychology, Contemporary Issues, Philosophy, Geography
  • MATH: Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Calculus, Statistics, Functions, Probability
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGES: Chinese, French, Japanese, Latin, Spanish, ESL
  • SCIENCES: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science, Anatomy & Physiology, Astronomy and Weather Science, Forensics, Marine Science, Neuroscience, Earth Science
  • STEM: Robotics, Engineering Design, Engineering Design and Development, Digital Electronics, Civil Engineering and Architecture, Biotechnical Engineering
  • COMPUTER: Computer Applications, Multimedia Applications, Robotics Engineering, Introduction to Data Analysis
  • VISUAL ARTS: Drawing and Painting, Oil Painting, Water-Based Painting, Anatomy and Figure Drawing, Printmaking, Clay, Sculpture, Fashion Design, Game Design, Portfolio, Digital Graphics and Design, Filmmaking, Photography
  • MUSIC: Band, Chorus, Jazz Band, String ensemble, Guitar, Music Theory, Music Appreciation 
  • THEATER: Acting, Stagecraft, Directing and Design, Theatre Production
  • DANCE: Tango, Waltz, Square Dancing, Salsa, Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet, Advanced Dance, Dance Training for the Athlete
  • Others: Driver Education, Nutrition and Personal Fitness, Sports Medicine, Newspaper, Literary Magazine, Yearbook 

English Language and Composition
English Literature and Composition
United States History
European History
United States Government and Politics
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Computer Science A
Computer Science Principles
Physics 1
Physics 2
Physics C: Mechanics
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Environmental Science
Drawing and Painting
Studio Art 2D
Studio Art 3D
Music Theory
French Language and Culture
Spanish Language,
Japanese Language and Culture
AP Capstone Program (AP Seminar and AP Research)

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