AP & HONORS COURSES
SAMPLE COURSE OFFERINGS
MINIMUM GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH 4 credits (grades 9–12) MATHEMATICS 4 credits (grades 9–12) Including Geometry and Algebra 2 HISTORY 3 credits Including U.S. History SCIENCE 3 credits Including two lab sciences FOREIGN LANGUAGE 2 credits May be waived in some cases ARTS 3 credits
Anatomy AP Calculus: AB, BC AP Chemistry AP Economics AP European History AP Physics AP Statistics AP U.S. History Applications of Algebra Chemistry Comparative Politics & International Relations Computer Science: Database & App Development Computer Science: Programming Conservation Biology Differential Equations Environmental Science Field Ornithology Forensic Biology & Epidemiology Integrated Science History of the Middle East Introduction to the American Legal System LEGO® Robotics Meteorology Mindfulness and the Teenage Brain Research in Conservation Screenwriting Social Psychology
ARTS OFFERINGS MUSIC Songwriting Music Performance Music Theory Advanced Music Studies THEATRE Characterization Acting Lab Introduction to Theatre Honors Theatre Theatrical Design VISUAL ARTS 3D Art Ceramics Drawing Film Making Painting Photography Yearbook
2020 COLLEGE MATRICULATIONS Bennington College Binghamton University Boston University Bowdoin College Bryant College Connecticut College Dickinson College High Point University Hope College Iona University Keiser University Lake Forest College Lynn University Manhattanville College Mercy College Merrimack College Norwich University Pace University Pepperdine University School of the Art Institute of Chicago The University of Arizona University of California, Davis University of California, San Diego University of Connecticut University of San Diego West Virginia Wesleyan
THE CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE The junior year Capstone Experience is an opportunity for interested, motivated juniors to personalize their learning and explore an area of personal passion. Students involved in the program identify a real-world problem or opportunity and develop a unique solution to address the problem or fill a void. Solutions can take the form of prototypes, lesson plans, awareness campaigns, documentary films, art or music performances, or another creative final product. Students work on their projects independently under the guidance of a teacher and community mentor. Students create a website and blog to document their process, market their final product, and demonstrate their research. As a culminating experience, students showcase their projects for the Marvelwood community and may be able to participate in the statewide Exposition.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) Marvelwoodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ESL Program is designed to help international students gain fluency in all areas of language: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. ESL classes are studentcentered, utilizing an approach that includes pair work, group work, and oral presentations. Marvelwood is certified as a TOEFL testing center.
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A day and boarding school for grades 9-12 & PG.