Student Program

Student Courses

  • Summer

    June 17 - Aug 2, 2019 For All Students Registration closed
  • Semester 1

    Sept 4 - Dec 20, 2019 For Members Register
  • Semester 2

    Jan 15 - May 1, 2020 For Members Register
  • Yearlong

    Sept 4, 2019 - May 1, 2020 For Members Register

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Positive Psychology

Semester 1, Semester 2

What is a meaningful, happy, and fulfilling life? In this course, we’ll dive into what positive psychology research tells us about the formula for a meaningful life, the ingredients of fulfilling relationships, and changes that occur in the brain when inspired by music, visual art, physical activity, and more.

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Introduction to Investments

Summer, Semester 1

Simulate the work of investors & employ the tools, theories & decision-making that define smart investment in this Online High School Investments Class.

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Social Psychology

Semester 1

Social psychology examines how the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of a person are influenced by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others.

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CS II: Game Design & Development

Semester 2

Comprised of a series of "game jams," the course asks students to solve problems and create content, developing the design and technical skills necessary to build their own games.

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Number Theory

High School Number Theory Class Online
Semester 1

This Online Number Theory Course allows you to explore pure mathematical reasoning, along with the algorithms & encrypted transmissions that surround us.

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Entrepreneurship in a Global Context

Semester 2

In this experiential course students develop an understanding of entrepreneurship in today’s global market; employ innovation, design, and creative solutions for building a viable business model; and learn to develop, refine, and pitch a new start-up.

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Medical Problem Solving II

Semester 2

This course is an extension of the problem-based learning done in Medical Problem Solving I. While collaborative examination of medical case studies will remain the core work of the course, students will tackle more complex cases and explore new topics in medical science.

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CS I: Computational Thinking

Online Computation Thinking and Logic Course High School
Summer, Semester 1, Semester 2

This Online Computational Thinking Course focuses on thinking like a computer scientist & understanding how computer scientists define &solve problems.

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Architecture

Semester 2

In this course students will explore the architecture, engineering, and construction of some of the most important buildings from human history. Students will be encouraged to build models of elements of these structures to better understand the construction and engineering behind their design.

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Linear Algebra

Semester 2

In this course you will learn about the algebra of vector spaces and matrices by looking at how images of objects in the plane and space are transformed in computer graphics.

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Filmmaking

Semester 1

This filmmaking course is designed around students developing their basic filmmaking skills across three key areas: camerawork, editing, and sound. Each of these areas is explored in detail through filmmaking practices.

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Creative Nonfiction Writing

Semester 1

This course focuses on the art of shaping real experiences into powerful narratives. Students will examine diverse professional examples of the relevant and evolving genre of creative nonfiction while developing their own original works, reflecting stories from their lives and from the communities around them.

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Macroeconomics

Semester 2

Students will learn to better understand how to measure national economic activity with concepts like gross domestic product, unemployment and inflation and the strengths and weaknesses of these statistics.

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Climate Change and Global Inequality

Semester 2

Nowhere is the face of global inequality more obvious than in climate change, where stories of climate-driven tragedies and the populations hit hardest by these disasters surface in every news cycle. In this course students will interrogate the causes and effects of climate change, and the public policy debates surrounding it.

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Advocacy

Semester 2

This skills-based course will explore the creativity, effort, and diversity of techniques required to change people's minds and motivate them to act.

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