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    COURSE LIST

    OnlineHS is an Everett Public Schools e-learning program, for Everett Public School students.

    Courses are aligned with those of the on-site comprehensive high schools. Courses are developed by Everett School District teachers in association with curriculum specialists.

    Most courses are a semester in length and successful completion earns students 0.5 credits.

    A description of each course can be found in the Everett Public Schools Course Catalog

     

     

    Course Code Title Description
    OEN103 Pre-AP English 1 Ninth grade marks the beginning of many important transitions, including the experience of becoming an adult. In this unit, you will explore the theme of coming of age and examine how writers in a variety of texts use stylistic choices to create the ….
    OEN104 Pre-AP English 1 In this year-long course, you will investigate the thematic concept of coming of age. Throughout this course, you will read Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird ”, informational articles about college; short stories by Poe and Collier; historical ….
    OEN203 Pre-AP English 2 In this year-long course, you will explore the thematic concept of culture. Texts include Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart ”, Sophocles ’ “Antigone”, Susan B. Anthony’s “On Women’s Right to Vote,” and the Nobel Prize acceptance speeches of Alexander ….
    OEN204 Pre-AP English 2 In this year-long course, you will explore the thematic concept of culture. Texts include Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart ”, Sophocles ’ “ Antigone ”, Susan B. Anthony’s “On Women ’s Right to Vote,” and the Nobel Prize acceptance speeches of Alexander ….
    OEN301 English 3 In this year-long course, you will explore the concept of the American Dream. You will read foundational U.S. documents such as Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address and The Declaration of Independence, essays by Thoreau and Emerson, poetry by Hughes an….
    OEN302 English 3 In this year-long course, you will explore the concept of the American Dream. You will read foundational U.S. documents such as Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address and The Declaration of Independence, essays by Thoreau and Emerson, poetry by Hughes an….
    OEN401 English 4 This semester-long course capitalizes on the confidence and expertise you have gained as interpreters and analyzers of texts by introducing you to multiple lenses through which to view text. You are asked to broaden your understanding and your interp….
    OEN402 English 4 This semester-long course capitalizes on the confidence and expertise you have gained as interpreters and analyzers of texts by introducing you to multiple lenses through which to view text. You are asked to broaden your understanding and your interp….
    OEN511 Creative Writing 1: Poetry & Memoir This one-semester English elective helps you develop as a reader and writer of poetry and prose. The course covers the following genres: poetry, research, and memoir. The creative writing process of inventing, the process of making something new and ….
    OEN523 Myth & Legend Mythology and Legends is a one-semester course (English Elective credit) designed to deepen your awareness, understanding, and appreciation of this literary genre while also using mythology as a source of inspiration for your own cre….
    OEN524 Contemporary Authors: Banned Books Contemporary Authors 1: Banned Books is a one-semester course (English Elective credit). Why do we ban books? Sometimes fiction can be dangerous. Through novels and stories, we learn how the world works. Through fiction, you come to ….
    OEN541 Cinema Visions Cinema Visions is a one-semester course (English Elective credit) that allows students to explore film as literature and screenplay. Students will view, analyze, research, read and write about representative 20th-century films, start….
    OGR421 College & Career Readiness Seminar The College and Career Readiness Seminar supports students in exploring, developing, and taking steps toward their own post-secondary plans. In this course, students will complete their High School & Beyond Plan and focus on collaborative projects fo….
    OSS201 World History 1 In this year-long course you will discover that while historical events are unique, they often are driven by similar, repeated forces. In telling the history of our world, you should pay special attention to eight significant and recurring themes. Th….
    OSS202 World History 2 In this year-long course you will discover that while historical events are unique, they often are driven by similar, repeated forces. In telling the history of our world, you should pay special attention to eight significant and recurring themes. Th….
    OSS301 United States History -A In this course, students will study the early/foundation documents, including the US Constitution, and will learn how the system of checks and balances works. essential elements of geography. Topics will include slavery, the causes of the Civil War, ….
    OSS302 United States History -B In this course, students will study the rebuilding of the United States after the devastating Civil War, then learn about the amazing “Roaring 20’s” followed by the Great Depression and then WWII. The post-WWII era saw the United States emerge as a ….
    OSS401 Washington State History In this course, students will study the great state of Washington, the Evergreen State! Students will learn about the forces that shaped our physical features, the early inhabitants of this area, Native American history and culture, and the European….
    OSS503 Civics In this course, students will study government in general, and different forms of government, worldwide. Students will learn how our democratic system works in the US and how the US Constitution is designed. Students will learn how the Electoral Co….
    OSS411 Contemporary Global Issues As current as the latest headlines, this class will explore world events and issues by looking for their causes and historical backgrounds. Students will study and analyze national changes, worldwide changes, trends, and predictions for the future. I….
    OSS610 Psychology As an introductory survey course, online Psychology will quickly cover all of the major study areas in the field of Psychology. We will look at all of the major individuals, studies, and theories in the area of psychology.
    OMT117 Algebraic Concepts: HS Math YR1 Algebra 1 introduces students to algebra and illustrates its relevance in today’s world. Students evaluate expressions, graph and solve linear functions and inequalities, and learn problem-solving strategies.
    OMT118 Algebraic Concepts: HS Math YR1 Students continue their progression through algebraic concepts, expanding their knowledge of functions and relations, simplifying rational and radical expressions, solving and graphing radical and quadratic equations and inequalities, and analyzing d….
    OMT217 Geometry in Application:HS Mth Yr2 Geometry introduces students to geometry concepts, formulas, graphs, and equalities. Students construct geometric figures and solve related proof problems. The course emphasizes applied problem-solving and inductive and deductive reasoning.
    OMT218 Geometry in Application:HS Mth Yr2 Students continue their progression through geometric concepts, figures, and shapes while studying similarity, area and volume, ratios and proportions, coordinate geometry, transformations, and vectors.
    OMT317 Advanced Algebraic Concepts: HS Mth Yr3 Algebra 2/Trigonometry provides a strong foundation from which students can continue on to trigonometry and calculus. Students study various types of functions and use factoring, matrices, and graphing to solve equations.
    OMT318 Advanced Algebraic Concepts: HS Mth Yr3 Students continue building a knowledge base for continuation on to calculus, trigonometry, chemistry, and physics. Students study rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions, and solve equations and use graphing calculators. Students also learn ….
    OMT401 Pre-Calculus Students explore algebraic concepts including inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions, as well as conic sections, matrices, and determinants. They work with combinations, permutations, and probability, and use summation notation, sequences, a….
    OMT402 Pre-Calculus Students continue their preparation for calculus and college math courses as they review basic trigonometric concepts including approximate values, identities, logarithms, vectors, and polar coordinates.
    OCT110 Family Health You may or may not have thought much about your personal health. In this semester-long course, we will explore the components of health and focus on the areas that influence health the most. You’ll use videos, online research, and discussion to dev….
    OPE151 PE 1 Online: Activity-based Students will develop a personalized fitness plan focused on your personal goals and log activity for 8 weeks. But before you do that, you will dive into the benefits of exercise, medical background, the cardiovascular system and the importance of n….
    OPE251 PE 2 Online: Activity-based You will develop a personalized fitness plan focused on your personal goals and log activity for 8-10 weeks. But before you do that, you will dive into the mechanics of muscles and flexibility. 
    OPE161 Walk FITT 1 In Walk FITT 1 you will use your daily walking to achieve your fitness goals. After tracking your steps with a pedometer, you will develop a personalized walking plan focused on your personal goals and track your walking. But before you do that, you ….
    OPE162 Walk FITT 2 In Walk FITT 2, you will develop a personalized fitness plan based on the number of steps you take a day, focused on your personal goals and log activity for 8-10weeks. But before you do that, you will dive into the mechanics of muscles and flexibility.
    OPE221 Lifetime Sports Students should be active in or train in some type of ACTIVITY. Students will research Nutrition, Safety, Careers, and Injuries specific to four different areas of focus (Flexibility, Cardio, Strength, and Power, and Sports). 
    OPE222 Lifetime Sports Students should be active in or training, specifically for a sport during this class. Students will research Nutrition, Safety, Careers, and Injuries specific to their sport of focus. Students will also create an In-Season and Out of Season fitness ….

     

    Disclaimers:

    • Not all courses are offered every semester.
    • Some classes may be closed if there are insufficient enrollments. We try to keep enrollments at a minimum of twelve students to maximize the opportunities for interactions.