Available to students with IEPs who qualify
Prerequisites: 1 to 4 semesters required as per physician’s referral
A variety of physical activities coupled with individualized conditioning and rehabilitative programs designed to meet the special needs of students referred by a physician.
This course is designed to be taken for two years to cover the Algebra curriculum at a slower pace. This course covers both the Pre-Algebra and Algebra concepts. Some students will take this in preparation for mainstream Algebra 1 (Semester 1 & 2 or Semester 3 & 4).
Basic American Government
This course is designed for one semester to pursue a deeper understanding of the institutions of American government, systems of government in the world today and analyze the life and changing interpretations of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the current state of the legislative, executive and judiciary branches of government. An emphasis is placed on analyzing the relationship among federal, state and local governments.
This course is designed to discuss Cell Biology, Genetics, Evolution, and Ecology.
This course is a state required course that allows students to examine and understand the events and forces that have influenced the world economy. This course is designed for students who need to improve their reading skills. The focus of this class is pronunciation, vocabulary development, and reading comprehension.
This course is designed for students with either auditory or visual processing problems who would be successful in a small group setting. The course will discuss and focus on Vocabulary development, Reading Comprehension, Literary Analysis, and Writing. Students are required to read novels and complete activities similar to mainstream English classes.
This course is designed to discuss the Basic concepts in Physics, Earth Science, Chemistry, and Biology.
Basic Language Arts 3/Reading
This course is designed to be taken for two years, for students who need to improve their reading skills. The focus of this class is pronunciation, vocabulary development, and reading comprehension.
This course is designed to reinforce the basic math skills, which are important domains of the CAHSEE and to help prepare students for the exit exam.
This course is designed to support RSP students in their mainstream classes especially if their accommodation is “to have extra time to finish work or tests.” They can bring their homework, assignment, and even quizzes in this class to acquire more time to finish work.
Basic United States History
The United States History course will follow the curriculum standards mandated by the state. This includes obtaining knowledge of US culture, government and geography.
This class discusses the facts, people, and events that happened and changed the history of the world. This course is designed to discuss the facts, people, and events that happened and changed the history of the world.