Eastern High School utilizes a nine-period schedule and provides a curriculum selection that puts our students on a pathway to graduation, meeting state standards and local board requirements and expectations. In recent years, options have increased to include the following courses in each subject area:
Language Arts – English I, II, III, and IV, AP English*, and Creative Writing/Contemporary Literature
Mathematics – Algebra I and II, Geometry, College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Dual Credit Algebra & Trigonometry**, Dual Credit Statistics**, Dual Credit Calculus**, and Applied Math
Science – Biology I, Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Anatomy, Earth Science, Integrated Science, AP Biology*, Zoology, and Conservation Science.
Social Studies – American History, Government, Psychology, World History, World Geography, Economics, Current Events, AP U.S. History*, AP Government*, and AP Psychology*
Physical & Health Education – Health, Physical Education (P.E.), and Advanced P.E.
Visual Arts – Art I, II, III, and IV, Yearbook, and Digital Photography
Business & Technology – Coding I, Coding II, Web Design, Personal Finance, and Digital Photography
Music Education – Marching and Concert Band and General Music/Chorus
Foreign Language – American Sign Language I, II, III, and IV
Vocational Education – Vocational Agriculture, Park Management, Bioenergy, Forestry, and Agricultural Business
Additionally, students can choose a variety of elective courses offered in an online format.
* Advanced Placement (AP) courses offer college credit to students who pass an AP exam at the end of the school year.
** Dual Credit (DC) courses offer college credit to qualifying students.