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After School Model UN Program (ASMUP), in partnership with Brown Model UN
ACN1027
In the After School Model UN Program (ASMUP), students will become well-informed global citizens by exploring and discussing different issues related to global politics. Students will practice public speaking and defending their opinions. Students will learn about the United Nations and prepare to attend a Model United Nations conference at Brown in the fall with the potential of another Model UN conference in the spring. More
Dates Dates: Begins 9/18/17 Schedule: Mondays and Thursdays 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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Animal Business Management
ABM 110
ABM 110 Introduction to Animal Business Management 4 Class Hours – 4 Quarter Credit Hours This course introduces the Animal Business Management student to veterinary medical terminology and companion animal breeds. In this course, students will also be provided with hands-on learning with a veterinary practice management program. More
Dates Dates: Begins 10/2/17 Schedule: Tues. and Thurs. 3:25 PM – 5:05 PM
Credits Credits: 4 Quarter College Credits
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AP Biology
ACN1005
This course is an elective that students may elect to take in their 11th/12th grade year. This course expands on the RI Physical Science GSEs. Students who successfully complete this course will have a deeper understanding of scientific measurements, laws of chemical combination, atomic theory of matter, organic and inorganic compounds, acids, bases, and salts, balancing equations, and chemical reactions as required by the College Board. This is an inquiry lab-based science in which students spend a minimum of 40% of instructional time in the lab. Student proficiency will be measure by a variety of assessments including, but not limited to, unit tests, lab reports, and projects which will require students to demonstrate their full understanding of the concepts under study. The AP Exam is required at the conclusion of the course. More
Dates Dates: Two Saturdays a month 8 am - noon & Every Tuesdays 4 - 6 pm
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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AP Calculus AB
ACN1047
This core mathematics course is part of an accelerated college preparatory sequence of study. This is an accelerated course with an emphasis on the AP Calculus AB Exam. Students enrolled in this course prepare to take the Advanced Placement AB Calculus Exam and seek college credit and/or placement from institutions of higher learning. Course study includes properties of functions, graphs, limits, differential calculus, integral calculus, and applications. Regular use of a graphing calculator is required in the course work. Successful completion of summer problems and/or special projects may be required. A detailed syllabus is available on the College Board ®website. Students must take the AP exam in May to receive AP credit. More
Dates Dates: Two Saturdays a month 8 am - noon & Every Tuesdays 4 - 6 pm
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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AP Psychology
ACN1001
AP Psychology introduces students to the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals, exposes students to each major subfield within psychology, and enables students to examine the methods that psychologists use in their science and practice. More
Dates Dates: Begins 8/25/17 | Ends 6/15/18 | Schedule: Fully Online
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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AP Spanish Language and Culture
ACN1007
This Advanced Placement course provides students the opportunity to learn Spanish at a college level while still in high school. In this course students develop a strong command of the Spanish Language with proficiency in integrating language skills; focusing on listening, speaking, reading and writing. One of the primary goals is to refine their communicative abilities in the target language. A variety of comprehensive written and audiovisual quality and authentic level appropriate materials are used to enhance the students’ abilities to express themselves accurately. They is also further exposed with the world of literature and current events of Spanish speaking countries with the use of newspapers, magazine articles, films, illustrations and non technical writings. Class is conducted in Spanish and includes frequent writing with the integration of language skills with a rigorous review of grammatical structures. All these experiences allows students to make connections, broaden their understanding, improve their interpersonal skills, broaden their comprehension of the language and express their ideas in a wide variety of spoken and written ways. The main focus of the course is to develop students’ communication skills with a strong emphasis on conversation and composition through integration of skills. Listening skills will be fine-tuned through a variety of native-speaker audio- visual exercises. An assortment of short stories, essays, periodicals, and Internet assignments will also improve students’ reading fluency. The AP examination will not seek to evaluate specific course content, but rather levels of performance. Students must take the AP Examination in May to receive AP credit for the course. More
Dates Dates: Two Saturdays a month 8 am - noon & Every Tuesdays 4 - 6 pm
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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AP Statistics
ACN1002
AP Statistics: AP Statistics introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data.  The four main themes are Exploring Data, Sampling and Experimentation, Anticipating Patterns, and Statistical Inference.   This course includes the use of technology, projects and laboratories, cooperative group problem solving, and writing as part of concept oriented instruction and assessment.  This approach will allow students to build interdisciplinary connections with other subjects and with their world outside school.   Summer work is required for this course. More
Dates Dates: Begins 8/25/17 | Ends 6/15/18 | Schedule: Fully Online
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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AP Studio 2-D Art
ACN1048
The Advanced placement Studio Art 2-D course is designed for the artistic student that also encompasses a strong ability in academics and as well as the discipline that this course requires on a weekly basis. Students will create and design, utilizing the elements and principles of art and design, two portfolios during the school year. Each portfolio will consist of twelve advanced works of art. The expectation is that each piece be given a minimum of ten hours of time and there will be one piece due each week. The college board expects that the level of time, effort, and ability meets or exceeds a college level project. Each student will be required to attend a weekly critique at Barrington High School. Work will be completed independently with virtual check-ins on Thursdays and Saturdays. A journal must be kept with evidence of the artistic process in place for each of the 24 pieces created throughout the year. Although there is a great deal of rigor involved in this course, the exploration of medium and theme within your work will heighten your skills, knowledge, and ability within your work. At the end of this course you will have created a themed portfolio and be able to defend and discuss your artistic process and your own artwork in depth More
Dates Dates: Start: Summer work and orientation meeting August 1, regular weekly meetings begin 8/29/17 | Ends: 5/7/2018 | Schedule: Meets Tuesdays After School and online submission requirements two times a week
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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AP United States History
ACN1044
The Advanced Placement Program in U.S. History is designed to provide students with the analytical skills and factual knowledge necessary to deal critically with the problems and issues of United States history. This course will emphasize an in-depth study of the political, economic, social, ideological, cultural and philosophical aspects of U.S. History. Students will focus on analyzing primary source material, the examination and interpretation of historical documents and extensive independent research/writing. The course will closely adhere to the published College Board Advanced Placement curriculum. The course is only recommended for students with a strong background in writing, in historical research, and a disciplined approach to their studies. Summer work is required for this course.    More
Dates Dates: Begins 8/25/17 | Ends 6/15/18 | Schedule: Fully Online
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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AP US Government and Politics
ACN1042
AP US Government and Politics is an intensive and extensive analytical study of government and the American political system. Students will analyze the political philosophies supporting the American political system and American political institutions. Students will also critically examine historical and current controversies in American political life. The course of study will examine: constitutional underpinnings of the US Government; political beliefs and behaviors; political parties; interest groups and mass media; institutions of government (Congress, presidency, bureaucracy, judiciary); policy; and civil rights and civil liberties. In addition to knowing basic facts, concepts, and theories, students will be required to read and analyze primary sources and interpret data from charts and graphs. Students will also demonstrate proficiency through reflection essays, free-response questions, and multiple choice quizzes and tests. This course is taught at a college level and requires a substantial amount of dedication, reading, and preparation for each class. The class will prepare students for the AP exam, and all students are expected to take the AP exam in May, 2018. More
Dates Dates: Begins 9/5/17 | Ends: 1/9/18 | Schedule: Fully Online
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit
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Applied Calculus
MTH191
MTH191: Applied Calculus: Students study topics that include functions, models, and average rate of change, limits, instantaneous rates of change, the derivative, differentiation techniques, applications of the derivative, and a brief introduction to integration. Prerequisite(s): Precalculus or high school algebra II. More
Dates Dates: Begins 9/6/17 Schedule: To Be Announced
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit and 3 College Credits
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Applied Career Investigations I
ACN1017
Think you want to be a doctor, game designer or community planner? Find out what it’s like and what it’s going to take to get there in CI I & II. Work with a small group of peers, and your Industry Mentor, to create unique original work products that separate you from the pack. Individualized career boosting support, and investigation of all RI has to offer in workforce development, and your field of choice, followed by live worksite experiences, enable unusually deep exploration. By the end of the year, you will know for sure if this is the career for you, and exactly how to pursue it. More
Dates Dates: Begins 9/25/17 Schedule: Mondays 2:30pm - 4:30pm
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