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Grade: 12

Credit: 1 unit
Teacher recommendation and selection; at least a B in English 11 Honors; completed application with parent

This class requires students to read extensively and to write a number of long-term projects including personal and critical essays
as well as a research paper. During the first semester students complete English 101, a writing intensive college credit course in
which students move from reflective comparison to critical analysis through writing. In the second semester students complete
English 102, a college credit course which develops research skills and requires students to create multiple documented
essays/research products that reflect critical thinking and logical argument. A tuition fee is required for each semester of this
course. Students must enroll for the full year. Course will be open only to students seeking dual credit. Dual credit
information can be found under the Advanced Studies section.