2, 3, & 4-YEAR-OLD PROGRAM
This preschool program offers participation in a variety of play related and hands-on experiences designed to develop learning readiness, physical coordination and development, and the social skills necessary to be successful in a classroom setting. Emphasis is placed on the development of self-confidence, self-esteem, and natural excitement to learn. A full spectrum of activities is provided including music, computers, art, and play.
The 2-Year-Old Program is designed to expose the child to his/her first group/social experience with other 2-year-old children. The student will participate in a variety of activities that focus on the development of the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and moral aspect of the child.
3 & 4-Year-Old Program
The 3 & 4-Year-Old program is designed to engage children in their first formal school experience. Splash into Pre-K by Houghton Mifflin is a research-based, developmentally appropriate program that incorporates education of the whole preschool child through multiple components. The components for each themed unit include: Language/Literacy, Mathematics, Science/Social Studies/Health, Gross Motor Development, Fine Motor Development, Fine Arts, Social/Emotional Development, and Independent/Help.
This academically oriented program develops skills and attitudes children need for academic disciplines. A variety of experiences develop eye/hand/body coordination, and reading readiness. The program introduces Reading, Mathematics, Oral and Written Language Skills, Science, and Cultural Studies. There is a continued emphasis on personal development through varied classes of Music, Computers, Art, and Physical Education.
AGE LEVELS 6 THROUGH 11 YEARS
Elementary School students take a full program of Mathematics, Reading and Language Arts, Science, Culture Studies, Art, Music, Physical Education, and Drama. Computer usage is integrated with the curriculum at all levels. Intensive English courses are offered for students who are learning English as a second language. French, German, Georgian or Russian are offered as a Foreign Language. Georgian and Russian is also provided for native speakers.
AGE LEVELS 12 THROUGH 13 YEARs
This program meets the special needs of students in the 12- to 13-year-olds age group. Students take a rigorous academic program of Mathematics, Reading and Language Arts, Science, Cultural Studies, Art, Music, and Physical Education. Intensive English courses are offered for students who are learning English as a second language. French, German, Georgian, or Russian are offered as a Foreign Language. Georgian and Russian are also provided for native speakers. Computer Applications is offered as an elective course. Qualified students may enroll in secondary classes for secondary graduation credit as appropriate.
SECONDARY LEVELS I-IV
The secondary program prepares students for colleges and universities in the United States and other countries. The rigorous academic program consists of the disciplines of Mathematics, Laboratory Science (Biology, Physics, and Chemistry), World Cultural Studies and History, World Literature, English Grammar and Literature, Art, Music, Physical Education, French, and Russian, as well as Computer Literacy. Advanced Placement courses are also offered (AP World History, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP French, AP Literature, AP Psychology, AP Statistics, AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC). Foreign Languages include German, Georgian, French, and Russian. We also offer Georgian and Russian for native speakers. Courses offered per year are dependent on the needs of the students that year. Three Diplomas are offered—General, Academic, and Academic with Honors.
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Are you ready for a unique learning experience that will help you succeed in college? Through AP’s college-level courses and exams, you can earn college credit and advanced placement, stand out in the admission process, and learn from some of the most skilled, dedicated, and inspiring teachers in the world.
A Different Kind of Class
From the moment you enter an AP classroom, you’ll notice the difference—in the teacher’s approach to the subject, in the attitude of your classmates, in the way you start to think. In AP classrooms, the focus is not on memorizing facts and figures. Instead you’ll engage in intense discussions, solve problems collaboratively, and learn to write clearly and persuasively.
Prepare to Succeed in College
AP courses can help you acquire the skills and habits you’ll need to be successful in college. You’ll improve your writing skills, sharpen your problem-solving abilities, and develop time management skills, discipline, and study habits.
Earn College Credit and Placement
Most four-year colleges in the United States and colleges in more than 60 other countries give students credit, advanced placement or both on the basis of AP Exam scores. By entering college with AP credits, you’ll have the time to move into upper level courses, pursue a double-major or study abroad.
How Do I Enroll?
Once you've decided to take the AP challenge it’s easy to enroll. Talk to an AP teacher or the AP Coordinator at your school about the course you want to take. Discuss the course’s workload and any preparation you might need.
AP INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA
The Advanced Placement International Diploma (APID) is a globally recognized certificate for students with an international outlook. The APID challenges a student to display exceptional achievement on AP Exams across several disciplines.
Universities worldwide utilize the APID in admissions. Students may search AP International
Recognition for universities outside the U.S. that acknowledge AP achievement.
The APID is available to students attending secondary schools outside the United States and to U.S. resident students applying to universities outside the country. The APID is not a substitute for a high school diploma, but rather provides additional certification of outstanding academic excellence.
To earn an APID, a student attending school within the United States must indicate on at least one AP Exam answer sheet that the results should be sent to a university outside the United States. Please see AP International Recognition for a list of universities outside the U.S. that use AP in admissions.