Adult HS Diploma
WINTER SPRING 2014
To find out what you need to complete your high school diploma, call the adult education office (775-8457) and make an appointment for a personal evaluation of your credit status. Credits are granted for previous high school work, military service, and work experience. Graduates who need to review or study new areas for personal or professional growth may also take courses.
HOW: Register by calling for an appointment with the Adult Ed Director at 775-8457 after, January 2, 2014.
WHERE: Tuck Learning Campus, 30 Linden Street, Exeter.
WHEN: Courses meet once a week, 15 weeks, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
WINTER/SPRING TERM BEGINS MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014.
COST: $110 per course, if enrolled as an adult diploma student (scholarships available).
$210 per course, all other students.
ALL TUITION MUST BE PAID BY THE FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS.
There will be no refunds to students who drop out. We accept cash, checks, money orders, MasterCard, VISA and Discover.
Chemistry – Peter Seekamp
For students continuing science in college. Topics include: scientific measurement, composition of matter, mole concept, stoichiometry, gases, solutions, acid/bases, and titration. Lab hours included. Prerequisite: recent Algebra I or concurrent enrollment. $20 lab fee.
U.S. History II– Colin Burke
US History from 1865 to present. Emphasis on WWII to present.
Workforce Math– Gail McDonnell
Develop and strengthen math skills required in many professions including; trades, medical, retail, culinary, cosmetology, financial.
English Exploration – Dan Provost
This course will introduce and reinforce reading strategies that will allow students to explore, learn, think, and communicate. Students will engage in a variety of reading and writing tasks to meet both academic and career needs.
Algebra I* – Michelle Berke (Placement test required. Call the office to schedule.)
Equations, positive & negative numbers, factoring, scientific notation, problem-solving.(080)
Global Human Rights– Debby Kanner
Explore human rights and economic justice challenges around the globe.
Introduction to Algebra – Gail McDonnell
Basics of Algebra: symbols, equations, formulas and review of fractions.
Math Review- Julie Buckless
This course is designed as a review of the basics students have already learned: fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, math vocabulary, and problem solving to prepare for Intro to Algebra (080) or Algebra I (084), and improvement of Accuplacer arithmetic score. Placement test required. .5 credit course.
Tuesdays, 6:00-9:00 PM, 8 weeks beginning March 18, $100.
Biology – Liz Morse
Emphasis on human biology, including cell structure/function, plant/animal kingdoms and genetics. Lab course. $20 lab fee.
Film: Fact & Fiction - Christine Robinson
Read, view, analyze, discuss and write about films of varied genre.
Environmental Science - Bill Perkinsl
Study science concepts underlying local and global environmental issues and explore solutions to the problems. Course will include investigative activities and field trips.