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Semester Assignments

A.H.S. Semester Assignments

The department names listed below are links to pages containing semester assignments for the courses that are listed.  The table lists specific courses in English, Science, Social Studies and World Languages that require independent reading.  The Mathematics courses listed have semester assignments that must be completed prior to the start of the course you are enrolled in for the semester.

English & Social Studies
Science & Mathematics
Grade 9
  • English 1
  • English 1 Honors
  • World Cultures
  • World Cultures
  • World Geography
  • World History Honors
Grade 10
  • English 2
  • English 2 Honors
  • Early US History
  • US I
  • US I Honors
Grade 11
  • US History II
  • Modern US History II
  • English III
  • Advanced Writing and World Literature Honors
Grade 12
  • Economics and all other history electives
  • Research and Themes
  • Creative Writing
  • Survey of Literature and Expository Writing
  • Research and Issues Honors
  • College Prep Biology
  • College Prep Biology Honors
  • A.P. Biology
  • A.P. Chemistry
  • A.P. Environmental Science
  • Advanced Topics in Physics
  • Emerging Diseases & Genetics
  • Forensic Science
  • Engineering Physics Honors
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Anatomy & Physiology Honors
  • Algebra 1
  • Foundations of Algebra 1
  • College Algebra
  • Intermediate Algebra
  • Introductory Algebra 1A
  • Introductory Algebra 1B
  • Introduction to Geometry
  • Introduction to Pre-Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Geometry Honors
  • Geometry A
  • Algebra 2/Trig
  • Algebra 2 Honors
  • Statistics
  • Precalculus
  • Precalculus Honors
  • Calculus
  • A.P. Calculus
Advanced Placement English & Social Studies  
World Languages
  • French 2
  • French 3
  • French 4 Honors
  • French 5 Honors
  • A.P. French
  • Latin 3
  • Latin 4 Honors
  • A.P. Latin
  • Spanish 2 Honors
  • Spanish 3
  • Spanish 3 Honors
  • Spanish 4 Honors
  • Spanish 5 Honors
  • A.P. Spanish

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