Academics

Curriculum Offerings

Each course receives 1 unit.
An “R” represents a course that ends in a Regents Examination.
“AP” represents “Advanced Placement.”

Core Curriculum

Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
English 9
Social Studies 9
Algebra
Living Environment R
Foreign Language
Physical Education *
English 10
Social Studies 10 R
Geometry
Physical Science R
Foreign Language
Physical Education *
English 11 R/AP English
Language and Composition
Social Studies 11 R/AP US
History
Algebra 2 and Trigonometry/PreCalculus/AP Statistics
Physical Science R
Foreign Language R
Physical Education *
English 12 /AP English
Literature and Composition
Social Studies 12/AP
Macroeconomics
Statistics/Pre-Calculus/AP
Calculus/AP Statistics
AP Environmental Science
/Physical Science R
AP Foreign Language
Physical Education

Needed Supports and Courses

Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Academic/Career Advisory
Academic Support
Thematic Courses
Academic/Career Advisory
Academic Support
Thematic Courses
Academic/Career Advisory
Academic Support
Thematic Courses
Academic/Career Advisory
Academic Support
Health *
Music *
Art *
Thematic Courses

*Receives ½ unit

The suggested course of study will vary for students. Individual needs, as well as prior course work will be considered.

Thematic Courses: Students in the thematic G. W. Carver High School for the Sciences will follow the core courses outlined to meet graduation requirements.
Thematic courses will be offered to students as outlined by the sequence presented.

Thematic Course Offerings

Carver Research Institute

Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Core Curriculum/Introduction to
Research
Introduction to
Research/Intermediate
Research
Intermediate Research/Advanced
Research
Advanced/Independent Research

Veterinary Science Institute

Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Veterinary Science I Veterinary Science II Veterinary Science III Veterinary Science IV –
Internships Activities

*Receives ½ unit.