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The AP English Language and Composition Exam will test your understanding of the literary concepts covered in the course units, as well as your ability to analyze texts and develop written arguments based on your interpretations.

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Learn how to understand and evaluate works of fiction, poetry, and drama from various periods and cultures. You’ll read literary works and write essays to explain and support your analysis of them.

Skills You'll Learn

  • Read a text closely and draw conclusions from details

  • Identify the techniques used by an author and their effects

  • Develop an interpretation of a text

  • Present your interpretation and make an argument for it in writing

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A 60-hour course that is roughly equivalent to the materials in a first-semester college calculus course devoted to topics in differential and integral calculus. 
Topics include Limits Derivatives Define, Integrals, The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.


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Computer Science A is an introductory course to computer science. It will develop skills in object-oriented programming through the use of java. Students will learn how to code practical applications in order to advance their programming skills. AP Computer Science course is also a full year course.

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A 60-hour algebra-based course that covers materials from first-year college- level physics courses. 

Topics Include Newtonian mechanics, Mechanical waves, and sound Introductory circuits.

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Learn about the fundamental concepts of chemistry including structure, states of matter, intermolecular forces, and reactions. You’ll do hands-on lab investigations and use chemical calculations to solve problems. Note: Save your lab notebooks and reports; colleges may ask to see them before granting you credit.

Skills You'll Learn

  • Designing experiments and procedures to test a prediction or theory

  • Creating graphs, diagrams, and models that represent chemical phenomena

  • Explaining how the microscopic structure of a substance determines its chemical properties

  • Balancing a chemical equation

  • Making a scientific claim and supporting it with evidence

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AP Economics is 40-50-lessons course that includes Microeconomics and Macroeconomics

Microeconomics is taught to give students a thorough understanding of the principles of economics that apply to the functions of individual decision markets, both consumers and producers, within the economic system. It places primary emphasis on the nature and function of product markets and includes the study of factor markets and of the role of government in promoting greater efficiency and equity in the economy.

The key concepts and related content that define the AP Biology course was organized around a few underlying principles called the big ideas, such as Evolution, Cellular Processes: Energy and Communication, Genetics and Information Transfer, and Interactions which encompass the core scientific principles, theories and processes governing living organisms and biological systems.

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We offer both one-on-one, and small-sized classes to ensure individual attention is provided. Students will be taught by BC certified teachers who will motivate, encourage, and guide them in their specific academic subject. Each teacher focuses on their specialization and is experienced in teaching students using the BC Curriculum.

For more information on curriculum in BC, visit the Ministry of Education Curriculum site.

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