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Individual Interest Courses

The last period of the day, beginning at 3:40 p.m., offers optional opportunities for students to pursue individual interests and electives, both academic and recreational, including intramural sports, electives, student clubs, and community service time.These optional classes include a wide selection of credit and non-credit options, which give students the opportunity to explore new interests, gain required credits in areas where they need them, or have fun learning a new skill. These classes will enrich the already varied and rich offering of classes that take place during the school day and give students the additional option of pursuing off-campus activities, such as work or lessons outside of school in the late afternoon.

Sample Courses

  • Experimental Design and Research (for Science Olympiad team)
  • Independent Math and Physics
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Model United Nations
  • Music Theory Class
  • World Building
  • Russian Literature
  • Spanish History
  • Spanish Film & Literature
  • School Newspaper
  • Open Studios
  • Figure Drawing
  • Batik

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