Available courses

Fitness Foundations- Students will be introduced to ways of developing and maintaining a healthy fitness level now and throughout life. The course focuses on the 5 areas of health-related fitness; cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition.  At the beginning of the semester, fitness levels will be assessed through student lead fitness testing, allowing students to determine short-term and long-term individualized fitness goals, to be pursued throughout the course.  Students will participate in various physical activity components that will assist in their personalized fitness goal accomplishments. Units of instruction will include: fitness testing, introduction to the improvement of the five health-related fitness components, self-reflection of fitness, and desired areas of improvement. The end of the course will focus on analyzing achievement towards individual fitness goals, physiological changes and attitude changes towards exercise and physical activity, components of fitness and how they pertain to a healthy lifestyle, and understanding why fitness should be a crucial part of everyone’s life.

Students will study the changes in the United States from 1880's to the present.  CP United States History II is a year-long, comprehensive study of the development of social, political, economic, demographic, and cultural continuities of the United States from 1890 to the present. The evolution of America's society will be reviewed. Additionally, the survey course focuses on the people, ideas, and events that have helped shape modern America.  In addition to learning the skills used by the historian, the student is taught to view our nation's history as a continuous process of change and growth.

This course will investigate governmental workings inside the US along with basic economic principles.

CP Virtual Crime and Justice is an online course that examines how crime, disorder, and justice are applied at different levels of society.

The course will begin with an overview of U.S. foreign policy, its beginnings, how it has grown, and the commonalities and differences around the world.  Then the rest of the year will be spent taking a closer look at U.S. foreign policy in regions such as:  The Middle East, Caribbean, Russia, China, Korea’s, South Asia (India), and Africa.

Introduction to Theater is open to students of all grade levels who are interested in drama and the theater arts.  Introduction to Theater is two one semester courses that can be combined for a full year course. 

Introduction to Theater is performance-based and delivers an overview of many areas of performance, technical, and historical theater. The class has a strong focus on 21st Century Skills development and the goals set forth in the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Academic Standards for the Arts and Humanities and the National Core Arts Standards. 

Introduction to Theater students will engage in the study of performance, theater history, acting techniques, technical theater, and the application of theater competencies as they relate to skills necessary for 21st Century learners to be successful.