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Kyle Rover

Kyle is first met on the first day of high school.
























Freshman YearEdit

Year-long CoursesEdit

BiologyEdit

This class focuses on life science aspects such as organic chemistry, cells, genetics, anatomy and physiology, ecology and evolution.

Algebra IEdit

This class focuses on basic through intermediate algebra topics such as linear and quadratic equations, linear inequalities, radicals, powers and roots, polynomials and systems of linear equations.  It is crucial to bring a graphing calculator to this class.

Chinese IEdit

This class helps students learn basic Chinese reading, writing, speaking and calligraphy skills.  Conversational skills are stressed in this class as well.

Concert OrchestraEdit

This class helps students learn string ensemble techniques and requires concert performance and review.

PE IEdit

This course helps students saty fit in school and out.  Topics include Personal Fitness, Sports, CPR, AED, Rock Climbing and Adventure Education.

Literature and Composition StudiesEdit

This class helps students learn how to analyze adult literary works through reading and writing.

Global GeographyEdit

This class helps students learn about the world's geography through lecture and project-based learning.  Topics include human rights, genocide, terrorism, disease, deforestation and more.





Sophomore YearEdit

Year-long CoursesEdit

ChemistryEdit

This science class deals with chemical principles and processes.  Topics include physical and chemical changes, matter, compounds, mixtures, oxidation, reduction, the periodic table of elements and electrochemistry.

GeometryEdit

This math class deals with shapes, lines, angles and solids.  Such topics are the real number system, lines, angles, geometric inequalities and proofs, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, perimeter and area and surface area and volume.  A compass, protractor and graphing calculator are all essentials in this class.

American Literature and CompositionEdit

This class helps students learn how to analyze US original literary works from authors such as Fitzgerald, Cisneros, Hemingway and Miller.

Chinese IIEdit

This class expands on the topics covered in Chinese I and furthers students' Chinese language study with more advanced skills and vocabulary building.

Symphonic OrchestraEdit

This course expands on what is learned in Concert Orchestra and still requires concert participation.



Semester-long CoursesEdit

HealthEdit

This class teaches students healthy living habits such as Suicide Prevention, Resistance to Drug Abuse, Nutritional Eating and more.

Driver's EducationEdit

Classroom PhaseEdit

This is the required portion of Driver's Ed. as it teaches the rules of the road to both drivers and pedestrians.

Behind-the-Wheel PhaseEdit

This is the optional poriton of the Driver's Ed program which needs to be taken seriously by those who take it.

PE IIEdit

This class helps students stay fit through Fitness Consumerism, Social Dance and Swimming.

Notetaking and Study SkillsEdit

This class teaches students how to study responsibly and keep on studying responsibly.  A workbook fee is required for this class.







Junior YearEdit

Year-long CoursesEdit

Algebra II/TrigonometryEdit

This class deals with advanced algebra topics such as Synthetic Polynomial Division, Logarithms and Complex Numbers and trigonometry topics such as Secants, Trig Equations and Functions Trigonometric Identities and Graphs of Trigonometric Equations and Inequalities.  A graphing calculator will be required for this class.

US HistoryEdit

This class talks about historical impacts on our country over the years.  Such impacts are the Great Depression, the Civil War, the 19th Amendment and World Wars I and II.

PhysicsEdit

This science class taks about the aspects of motion and forces.  Such topics include force, momentum, electricity, magnetism and gravity.  Physics is only for responsible students and requires proficient use of Algebra I and Geometry skills.

PE IIIEdit

This class helps students choose what to take to fulfill their junior PE requirement.  Topics include Basketball, Baseball, Powerlifting, Tennis, Swimming and Scuba Diving.

Chinese IIIEdit

This class deals with more advanced Conversational Chinese skills, vocabulary, reading, calligraphy and culture.

Semester-long CoursesEdit

British Literature and Composition IEdit

This class deals with British literary works from Ancient Times to the Baroque Period.

British Literature and Composition IIEdit

This class is British Ltierature and Compostion I continuation from the Victorian Period to the Contemporary Period.








Senior YearEdit

Year-long CoursesEdit

CalculusEdit

This class is highly advanced and emphasizes some college level math.  Topics include derivatives, integrals, limits, polynomial, logarithmic and trigonometric functions.  A graphing calculator is required as well.

Chinese IVEdit

This is the most advanced Chinese class that is taken in high school and as such, gives students a feel of what to expect in college level Chinese courses.

PE IVEdit

This class expands on what can be chosen in PE III and allows students to get a feel of what comes up in college level PE.



Semester-long CoursesEdit

Poetry and CompositionEdit

This class teaches students how to read, analyze and write all kinds of poems.  Poems are eligible for publication once finished.

Film StudiesEdit

This course teaches students how to review and analyze films as literature.

American GovernmentEdit

This class helps students learn about American politics.  Topics covered include Local, State and Federal positions and laws, the Three American Government Branches, Crime and Punishment and Homeland Security.

Consumer EconomicsEdit

This money management class teaches students about taxes, housing, the Federal Reserve System, bills, insurance, banking and more.

PsychologyEdit

This class teaches students about the way people behave and sometimes involves a Kid-to-Kid program.

AstronomyEdit

This class teaches students about galaxies, stars, constellations and their mythologies.

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