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Available ap courses at phs:

dual enrollment information:

We are excited to offer the following courses on PHS campus:

English Composition 1...  ENC1101

English Composition 2... ENC 1102

College Algebra... MAC1105

Trigonometry ... MAC 1114

 

Eligibility for Dual Enrollment requires students to have an unweighted gpa of at least 3.0 and qualifying standardized test scores.  

career academy elective options:

Scholars Program

                                                                                                                                                                                              Introduced in 2017, PHS Scholars Program is designed to support students in advanced academic coursework in preparation for transition to a 4-year university program directly after graduation. 

Underclassmen students begin the program in Honors and the possibility of Advanced Placement (AP) courses to support academic skills.  Most scholars students progress to enrolling in a majority of AP or Dual Enrollment courses by the junior year, or have the opportunity to apply for admission into the PHS IB program after the freshman or sophomore year.  All of these options provide students the ability to earn college credit while still in high school. 

Scholars Program students can concurrently enroll in a career academy with their scholars courses and/or fill their daily schedule with other elective options offered at PHS.

Each student's academic plan is created based on the individual strengths and areas for growth of each student.  This flexible plan allows a student to take advanced courses in just one content area or many content areas depending on their growth goals.  

Additionally, the scholars program welcomes upperclassmen students who would like to find the right balance between rigorous academic coursework and various other areas of interest.

 

                                                                                                Typical 4 year course progression

This chart represents a typical progression for students in the Scholars Program and does not include all options available for students at PHS.

Students work with the guidance counselor to select the most appropriate course in each content area based on their individual strengths and goals.  

 

 

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

English

English 1 Honors/

Pre-AP English 2 Honors

English 2 Honors/

Pre-AP English 2 Honors

 

Advanced: AP English Language & Composition

 

AP English Language & Composition

 

Advanced: AP English Literature & Composition  -or- Dual Enrollment Composition 1 & 2

 

AP English Literature & Composition

 

Advanced: Dual Enrollment Composition 1 & 2

Mathematics

Algebra 1/

Algebra 1 Honors  

 

Geometry/

Geometry Honors

 

Advanced:
Algebra 2/

Algebra 2 Honors

 

Geometry/

Geometry Honors

 

Algebra 2/

Algebra 2 Honors

 

Advanced:

AP Statistics      or

Pre-Calculus Honors

Algebra 2/

Algebra 2 Honors

 

AP Statistics    -or-

Pre-Calculus Honors

 

Advanced:

Calculus AB   -or-

Dual Enrollment College Algebra & Trigonometry

Math for College Readiness

 

Dual Enrollment College Algebra & Trigonometry

 

 

Advanced:

Calculus BC   

 

Sciences

Earth & Space Science Honors

 

Biology Honors

 

 

Advanced:

AP Environmental Science

Biology Honors

 

 

Chemistry/

Chemistry Honors

 

Advanced:

AP Environmental Science

 

Chemistry/

Chemistry Honors

 

Marine Science Honors

 

Anatomy & Physiology Honors

 

Physics Honors

 

 

Marine Science Honors

 

Anatomy & Physiology Honors

 

AP Environmental Science

 

AP Physics 1

History / Social Sciences

World History Honors/ Pre-AP World Hist. Honors

 

 

Advanced:
AP Human Geography*

US History Honors

 

AP Human Geography*

 

Advanced:

AP US History

AP US Government  &      AP Macroeconomics

 

AP European History*

 

AP Psychology*

 

AP US Government  &      AP Macroeconomics

 

AP European History*

 

AP Psychology*

 

World Languages

Spanish 1

 

French 1

Spanish 2

 

French 2

Spanish 3 Honors

 

French 3 Honors

Spanish 4 Honors

 

French 4 Honors

Dual Enrollment

 

 

Students also have the option to participate in the off campus Dual Enrollment Program at UWF or PSC for most junior and senior level courses.