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Advanced Placement Human Geography: The purpose of the AP course in Human Geography is to introduce students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth’s surface. Students employ spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine human social organization and its environmental consequences. They also learn about the methods and tools geographers use in their science and practice. This course conforms to the CollegeBoard® topics for the AP Human Geography examination. (Designed for students pursuing a more rigorous program of study.)

Advanced Placement Psychology: The purpose of the AP course in Psychology is to introduce the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals. Included is a consideration of the psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each of the major subfields within psychology. Students also learn about the ethics and methods psychologists use in their science and practice. This course conforms to the CollegeBoard® topics for the AP Psychology examination. (Designed for students pursuing a more rigorous program of study.)

Advanced Placement European History: This course conforms to CollegeBoard® topics for the Advanced Placement European History Examination and covers intellectual and cultural history, political and diplomatic history and social and economic history. (Designed for students pursuing a more rigorous program of study.)

FOREIGN LANGUAGE All students are encouraged to earn two units of credit in the same foreign language. Students planning to enter or transfer into a University System of Georgia institution must take two units of the same foreign language. Foreign language courses must be taken in sequence. Students whose native language is not English may be considered to have met the foreign language expectation by exercising the credit in lieu of enrollment option if they are proficient in their native language.

Courses in Foreign Language: Spanish I: Spanish I is a beginning foreign language course covering skills that enable the students to understand, read, write and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language in context and will demonstrate an understanding of Hispanic culture, geography, history and their influence on the Spanish language.

Spanish II: Spanish II is a beginning foreign language course covering skills that enable students to understand, read, write, and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language using the grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in context and will demonstrate an understanding of Hispanic culture, geography and history and their influence on the Spanish language.

(Prerequisite: Spanish I)

Spanish III: Spanish III is an intermediate foreign language course covering skills that will further enable students to understand, read, write, and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language using the grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in context and will demonstrate an understanding of Hispanic culture, geography and history and their influence on the Spanish language. (Prerequisite: Spanish II)

Spanish IV: Spanish IV is an intermediate foreign language course covering skills that will further enable students to understand, read, write, and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language using the grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in context and will demonstrate an understanding of Hispanic culture, geography and history and their influence on the Spanish language. (Prerequisite: Spanish III)

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