The study of English is more than reading books and learning to write. Learning is focused on using reading and writing to think critically, to make informed decisions, and to express the ideas of self and of others. In the first three levels of English, students in grades 9-11 are exposed to a variety of genres, to the literature of America, and to the literature of world cultures. In their final year of English, students select courses that challenge and engage active learning. Students explore a variety of voices from the canon and from the contemporary world.
The English Department fosters the following Enduring Understandings:
Speaking & Listening
Required Sequence (Full year courses required prior to enrollment in senior courses)
English I: Coming of Age
English II or II Honors: American Literature
English III or III Honors: World Literature
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