Course Registration Fall 2017

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    Electives:

    Please list your electives IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE using the pull down menus. You DO NOT have to choose electives from each category (science / social science / computer science / art), but be sure your preferences are in the correct order. Please do not duplicate elective choices. Please note: you will be placed in the appropriate English and math courses pending the results of the placement testing you will take when you arrive on campus. If a student registers for a CAP course and does not meet the requirements, he will be assigned to a different elective. Courses are one semester in length, unless otherwise noted. Those marked with an asterisk are not NCAA approved courses. Courses are subject to change based on availability and student need. ***** ***** Please be advised of a new course offering which is not listed on the website. Experiences in 21st Century Leadership Great leaders are people who influence and empower others and are able to think strategically and critically to impact the world around them. This elective course provides students with an opportunity to learn about their strengths and put them to use in on & off campus community programs. We will assess our strengths & weaknesses, learn basic budgeting skills, visit large and small businesses, and explore various leadership philosophies all while developing our group dynamic skills (teamwork). Students in this class will: Communicate Students & faculty will discuss ways to build a cohesive program that blends ‘professional skills’ with existing aspects of the Bridgton Academy program. Collaborate Students, faculty, and the larger community will work together to provide learning opportunities for the entire Bridgton Academy community that will open their minds to the realities of the professional world beyond academics. Create Students will be exposed to experiential opportunities to see firsthand the direct correlation between academic and professional skills. Celebrate This class will recognize the efforts of students, faculty and volunteers who are helpful to the program.

    Science

    Anatomy & Physiology (full year) Advanced Human Nutrition (CAP) (full year)* Cells, Genes & Biotechnology (CAP) (full year) Ecology of the Lakes Region Meteorology Northern Forest and Field Studies* Principles of Human Nutrition*

    History and Social Sciences

    America at War (CAP) The American Civil War Current Political Issues Experiences in 21st Century Leadership* Geography History of New England Introduction to Psychology Rogues, Rebels, and Revolutionaries Sports Management* Sports Psychology*

    Computer Science

    Digital Media Production (CAP) Introduction to Computer Programming*

    Art

    Three Dimensional Design*
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    Additional Services

    Focused Academic Coaching and SAT Prep are two programs that are available for an additional cost and are not offered as credit courses. The Focused Academic Coaching (F.A.C.) process enhances quality of life, improves performance, and supports growth and change in enrolled students. Coaching provides support, structure and accountability. Coach and student explore strengths, talents, tools, and new learning to increase self-awareness and personal empowerment. Together they design strategies and actions and monitor progress by creating accountability in line with the goals and aspirations of each student. Most of the students who participate in the program have a diagnosis of ADHD or a learning difference, but a diagnosis is NOT required in order to participate. F.A.C. combines two individual meetings per week with two individual "get it done" times. During "get it done" times, a student works on task lists generated during coaching sessions in the Academic Support Center, current writing assignments in the Goepel Writing Center, or specific coursework with a classroom teacher. There are a limited number of seats in this program. There is an additional cost of $5,500. SAT Preparation is a strategy based class embedded in the academic day. Students attend two 25 minute classes per week from September thru early December. By enrolling in this class, students will also have the opportunity to take a full practice exam and have access to materials to help them review on their own time.
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