Honors Courses

Some articles on honors courses, honors, course, courses:

St. Bernard's High School (Eureka, California) - Academics - Honors Courses
... Honors English 10 Honors English 9 Honors California History Honors Latin III Honors Latin II Honors Latin I Honors Government ...
Grade (education) - Grading Systems By Country - North America - United States
... with C or C- being the lowest grade for course credit ... a 2.0, or C average to obtain a degree with a minimum of D or Dāˆ’ to pass a course ... For most secondary schools, the minimum overall and course passes are both D or Dāˆ’ā€ ...
Shaler Area High School - AP Courses - Honors Courses
... Honors English 9 Honors World Literature 10 Honors American Literature Survey 11 Honors English Literature Survey 12 Honors French 4 Honors Japanese 4 ... Government Honors World Cultures Honors American Cultures 9 Honors Drawing ...
LSU Honors College - Courses, Undergraduate Thesis, and Awards
... There are three different types of Honors courses at the University ... Courses offered through the Honors College are designated by the HNRS prefix and include interdisciplinary courses which generally exist as seminar-lecture pairs and feature the history, politics, philosophy, art ... Academic departments across campus also offer honors equivalent courses ...
Desert View High School - Honors Courses
... In the freshman year, students are encouraged to take the Freshman Honors Block, designed for college-bound students ... Honors Biology is also offered to freshmen ... Sophomores are encouraged to continue their preparation through honors courses in English and World History ...

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