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CCSS

Algebra I (CCSS)
Algebra II (CCSS)
English I (CCSS)
English II (CCSS)
English III (CCSS)
English IV (CCSS)
Geometry (CCSS)
Integrated Math I (CCSS)
Integrated Math II (CCSS)
Integrated Math III (CCSS)
Pre-Calculus (CCSS)

NGSS

Earth and Space Science (NGSS)
Life Science (NGSS)
Physical Science (NGSS)

ACT/SAT/Aspire

ACT Mathematics
ACT Reading
ACT Science
ACT WorkKeys/WIN: Applied Mathematics
ACT WorkKeys/WIN: Graphic Literacy
ACT WorkKeys/WIN: Workplace Documents
Aspire English - Early High School
Aspire Math - Early High School
Aspire Reading - Early High School
Aspire Science - Early High School
Aspire Writing - Early High School
PSAT Mathematics
PSAT Reading
PSAT Writing and Language
SAT Mathematics
SAT Reading
SAT Writing

AP

AP Calculus AB
AP Chemistry
AP English Language & Composition
AP English Literature & Composition
AP Environmental Science (2020)
AP Human Geography
AP Macroeconomics
AP Psychology (2020)
AP Statistics
AP U.S. Government & Politics
AP World History
AP World History: Modern

Other

ASVAB
Civics
Economics
GED Mathematical Reasoning
GED Reasoning through Language Arts
GED Science
GED Social Studies
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Health
HiSET Language Arts - Reading
HiSET Language Arts - Writing
HiSET Mathematics
HiSET Science
HiSET Social Studies
Julius Caesar
Macbeth
NAEP Grade 12 Mathematics
NAEP Grade 12 Reading
Romeo and Juliet
Writing

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