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BUSINESS EDUCATION
The Business Education Department Curriculum prepares students for college and career
readiness and is designed to give students the basic business concepts and knowledge to have
the confidence to face the challenges of an ever-changing 21st century business world. Our
courses address the needs of all students and provide them the flexibility to enter a two or four year
college program, the work force, and/or a specialized business training program. All the
courses complement each other and develop and enhance the following 21st century skills:
language arts and math skills, information technology, financial literacy, leadership,
communication, collaboration, teamwork, problem-solving, entrepreneurship, and personal career
development. According to the 2017 Princeton Review, Business Administration, Economics and
Communications are the top five majors at the collegiate level today.

Accounting I Course Syllabus

Accounting II Course Syllabus

Business Law Course Syllabus

Business Management Course Syllabus

Career Exploration Course Syllabus

Computer Applications Course Syllabus

Entrepreneurship Course Syllabus (1)

Entrepreneurship Course Syllabus

Leadership Training Course Syllabus

Personal Finance Course Syllabus

Sports _ Entertainment Marketing Course Syllabus

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DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
We offer classes where you learn to design, create and make hundreds of cool things! The Design Technology program features forward thinking practices focusing on advancement in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning opportunities. Classes within Design Technology use Project Based Learning through a variety of hands on STEM focused task-oriented problems.

Design Technology Syllabus Expectations

Principles of Engineering Syllabus Expectations

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ENGLISH

All English classes stress writing, reading, thinking, and discussion skills. A student will be
placed in a course at a level appropriate for his/her ability. If there is any doubt at the time of
selection, the student should consult the teacher of the course and/or the Chairperson of the
English Department. All freshmen are required to enroll in Reading and Writing Workshop, and
all sophomores in American Literature and Composition. Juniors and seniors are required to
choose from courses numbered 10138 (juniors only), 10140/10141, 10150, 10151,10152/10153,
10154/10157, 10160, 10162, 10164, 10173, 10180/10181, and 10195 (seniors only).

128 Course Syllabus Expectations

Accelerate Reading and Writing Workshop Syllabus

American Literature Syllabus 2019-2020

AP Language Syllabus 2019-2020

APE Lit Course Syllabus

AR Syllabus Eng. 136

JB Reading _ Writing Workshop Course Syllabus

Creative Writing Course Syllabus Expectations

ET Eng 122_ Course Syllabus Expectations

ET Eng 126_ Course Syllabus Expectations

ET Eng 181_ Course Syllabus Expectations

HM 102, 103 Course Syllabus

HM 126 Course Syllabus

HM 136 Course Syllabus

JB English Lab Course Syllabus

JB Philosophy Course Syllabus

Lifetime English Course Syllabus

MT Foundation Literature Course Syllabus

MT Reading and Writing Workshop Course Syllabus

PAR Syllabus Eng. 136_(1)

PAR Syllabus Eng. 154

PAR Syllabus Eng. 180

PAR Syllabus Eng. 180_(1)

Video Literature Syllabus

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FINE ARTS
The Fine and Performing Arts provides positive outlets for students, allows them an opportunity
to foster both critical thinking and problem solving and has been proven to improve grades
across the curriculum. The arts strengthen literacy, enhances self-esteem, develops essential
skills for global competitiveness in the 21st century, and stretches the brain in new and
necessary ways to create the innovation in students that the changing world demands.

Mixed Media Syllabi

Painting Syllabus

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HEALTH
Philosophy: To provide students with skills and knowledge to lead and maintain a healthy, active
lifestyle, understanding that personal wellness and lifelong learning enhances quality of life.

Comp. Health Ed

Exploring International Cuisine Course Syllabus Expectations 2020

Food for Health 2 Course Syllabus Expectations 2020

Health Course Syllabus Expectations

PE Course Syllabus Expectations

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MATHEMATICS
The Mathematics Department has developed a curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of every
student at BFA. We offer courses so that each student can take courses that are appropriate for his or
her mathematical development. The courses are carefully sequenced to provide reinforcement of
previously learned concepts and sequential development of new material. Each course has
prerequisites that are designed to ensure that every student will have a high probability of success.

314- Algebra One

344 Statistics

10334 Algebra II Syllabus

Accelerated Geometry 328 Syllabus

Algebra 316 Syllabus

Algebra 318 Syllabus

Algebra II 336

AP Calculus Course Syllabus

AP Statistics Course Syllabus (Green _ Gold)

Applied Math I Course Syllabus_Expectations

Course Syllabus Expectations

Course Syllabus Geometry 324

Geometry 326 Syllabus

Math Seminar Syllabus

Precalc Syllabus

Precalculus Syllabus

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Philosophy: To provide students with skills and knowledge to lead and maintain a healthy, active
lifestyle.

Comp. Health Ed

Exploring International Cuisine Course Syllabus Expectations 2020

Food for Health 2 Course Syllabus Expectations 2020

Health Course Syllabus Expectations

PE Course Syllabus Expectations

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SCIENCE
The Science Department has designed its classes to provide students with the opportunity to
develop their ability to think like a scientist, by addressing the eight proficiencies listed below
through different science subject areas.

We offer courses to meet a variety of interests as well as provide an appropriate challenge.
Students are required to earn three credits in science for graduation. Incoming 9th graders will be
enrolled in Earth Science as part of their 9th grade team experience. It is recommended that all
students earn the required one credit in Earth Science and one credit in Biology prior to taking
other credits in science. Students may meet the third credit requirement in a variety of ways. Those
interested are encouraged to earn additional science credits.

Anatomy _ Physiology Syllabus Koldys 2019-2020

AP Biology Syllabus 2019-2020 updated

AP Physics Course Syllabus Expectations (Glenn McCabe)

Biology Course Syllabus - Corrigan 19-20

Biology Course Syllabus - Fugere 19-20

Biology Course Syllabus - Koldys 19-20

Biology Course Syllabus Brown

Chemistry Course Syllabus Expectations (Glenn McCabe)

Chemistry Course Syllabus Expectations (Kristin Corrigan)

Course Syllabus Expectations spring 2020 ap chem

Course Syllabus Expectations spring 2020 physical science

Course Syllabus Expectations_ AP Environmental Science - Plimpton

Course Syllabus Expectations_ Earth Science - Plimpton

Course Syllabus Expectations

Earth Science Course Syllabus Eldred

Ecology Course Syllabus Brown

Biology Course Syllabus - Kamitses 19-20

Magnan Environmental Science Syllabus

Physics--Magnan Course Syllabus Expectations

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SOCIAL STUDIES
The BFA Social Studies Department employs current and progressive learning methods and
technologies in the pursuit of understanding how an interconnected human society works and
determining how it can best work in the future. We accomplish this by learning what humanity and
societies have created over time and using that understanding to solve and determine where we can
go in the future.

Bedell Global Studies Course Syllabus

Campbell U.S. History Course Syllabus

Dezotelle Global Studies Syllabus

Howard Senior Civics 247 Course Syllabus Expectations

Howard US History 234 Course Syllabus Expectations

Moore Accelerated Global Studies Syllabus

Moulton U.S. History Course Syllabus Expectations

Moulton We the People Course Syllabus Expectations

Murray Senior Civics Syllabus_

Murray We The People Syllabus

Rider WTP Syllabus 2020

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WORLD LANGUAGES AND CLASSICS
Learning another language brings wider global perspectives
and enhances cultural perceptions and understanding.

The World Languages and Classics Department offers courses in Spanish, French, and Latin, which
meet the proficiencies of Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, and Culture.
All BFA students are encouraged to study one or more languages we offer for two to four years.
Many colleges require four years of the same language and studying a foreign language also will
provide expanded professional opportunities in our global world. 

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