Grade 10

Learning Strategies

Type: Pass/F Available to: all students in grades 10, 11, and 12 Schedule: decided after the start of school in collaboration with members of the Learning Center Special notes: This course does not count towards any diploma requirement. In Learning Strategies, students meet one-to-one with a member of the Learning Center during a portion of one of their open study periods to practice effective learning skills such as organizational techniques and ways to utilize assistive technology. Students learn about their strengths and needs as learners, how to communicate with teachers, how to effectively allocate time and energy, how to best track assignments and deadlines as well as how to thrive using sustainable and empowering techniques. The goal of this course is to build essential academic skills and establish resources needed to be successful Stevenson students.

Health & Life

Type: Ungraded Available to: grade 10 students, required for those students Schedule: meets one day every other eight-day cycle Special notes: This course does not count towards any diploma requirement. The Health & Life course builds on our community curriculum by providing a space for our students to continue their learning and engagement around topics of mental health & wellness, cultural competency, and healthy relationships. This course meets one time every other cycle (approximately 9 times over the course of the school year) and is taught by members of the student life office. As a continuation of the conversation we start in Community Forum during their 9th grade year, faculty engage students in a variety of topics that take into consideration the changes students experience during their grade 10 year. The goal of this course is to provide students with resources and tools that allow them to navigate their [...]

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