French or Spanish
Topics in Technology
Music For Worship
Physical Education I
Physical Science or Introduction to Physics (Honors)
American Government/U.S. History to WWI
French or Spanish
Introduction to Art or Basic Design
Physical Education II
20th Century U.S. History
McAuley Scholars Program:
The acceptance of an invitation into the McAuley Scholars Program demonstrates a student's desire for rigorous academic challenge and the confidence to achieve as a thinker and a scholar. McAuley Scholars achieve mastery beyond essentials in a learning environment that will excite them. In freshman year McAuley Scholars take the honors sections of the regular curriculum with their math courses determined by placement testing. At the end of freshman year they are given the opportunity to choose honors study in at least two disciplines to be continued over the next three years.
The following are requirements of the Program:
● achieve an overall average of "B" or better in final grades each year;
● participate in one co-curriculuar or extra-curricular activity each year;
● enroll in seven courses in their junior year;
● complete and present a research project in senior year.
Advanced Placement is offered in the following courses: World Literature, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, U.S. History, Introduction to Psychology and Biology.
Advanced Placement (AP) offers the highly motivated student the opportunity to take college level courses that will prepare her for the rigors of the Advanced Placement Examinations. Students may earn college credit in this way. Although the best preparation for an AP examination is the AP course, AP courses are not a requirement for sitting for the AP exams. AP exams have been taken, for example, in U.S. Government, French, Spanish, Statistics and Studio Art.