Junior Level

English
Math
Science
Social Studies
Foreign Language
Computer science
Electives

Course Sequence

English 6
English 7
English 8
English Composition I
English Composition II
​Pre-AP English

English courses are designed to build our students’ skills in reading critically, writing effectively, and speaking fluently in the English language. The English courses also focus on an appreciation of English literature and the spoken word. These are skills which will prepare BCC students to cope in English, as well as in Korean, in an information rich world.

Course Sequence

Pre-Algebra
Algebra I
Geometry
Pre-AP Geometry with Statistics
Pre-AP Algebra II

The Math Department will provide BC Collegiate students with a curriculum that helps them to become mathematically literate in an English language instructional mode.

Course Sequence

Integrated Science

Life Science

Physical Science

Pre-AP Chemistry

Pre-AP Biology

The Science program is designed to develop scientifically literate students, with a positive attitude towards the study of science. The development of each BC Collegiate student’s ability to think critically about scientific concepts in the English language is of paramount importance. Students' final grade will be calculated from a combination of their marks for each of the units that they study during the year. Each unit is weighted according to the portion of the course spent studying that topic.

Course Sequence

Integrated Social Studies

World Geography

World Civilization

Pre-AP World History

The Social Studies program is designed to ensure that all students will meet with success in their pursuit of reaching the learning standards particular to the United States Social Studies curricula.  These include the BC Collegiate students knowing and understanding the historical, political, economic, social, cultural and environmental factors affecting the United States, as well as the diverse patterns of human activity in the world. Learning to think critically and make reasoned judgments, as an individual maintaining rights and responsibilities in a society will also be goals for students in the Social Studies program.

Course Sequence

Intro to Chinese
Spanish I

Course Sequence

Python
Web Development
Data Science

Students will be able to develop computational artifacts to solve problems, communicate ideas, express creativity, collaborate with others to solve problems,  Students will be able to explain the impact computing has on society, economy, and culture.  Additionally,  students will be able to analyze existing artifacts, identify and correct errors, and explain how the artifact functions.  They will  be able to explain how data, information, or knowledge is represented for computational use. End of year - assessments are AP projects and tests submitted to the college board for AP credit.

Course Sequence

Visual Arts I & II

Photography

Graphic Design

2D Art & 3D Art

PE 6 / Health
PE 7 / Health
PE 8 / Health

Choir I & II

Strings I & II

Orchestra

Theater Arts

Book Shelf

High Level

English
Foreign Language
Math
Science
Social Studies
Computer Science
Electives
Other

Regular Course

AP Course

English 9

World Literature

American Literature

British Literature

English Composition

AP Language & Composition

AP Literature & Composition

English courses are designed to build our students’ skills in reading critically, writing effectively, and speaking fluently in the English language. The English courses also focus on an appreciation of English literature and the spoken word. These are skills which will prepare BCC students to cope in English, as well as in Korean, in an information rich world.

Regular Course

AP Course

Geometry

Algebra II

Pre-Calculus

AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC

AP Statistics

The Math Department will provide BC Collegiate students with a curriculum that helps them to become mathematically literate in an English language instructional mode.

Regular Course

AP Course

Environmental Science

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

AP Biology
AP Chemistry
AP Physics I
AP Physics C
AP Environmental Science

The Science program is designed to develop scientifically literate students, with a positive attitude towards the study of science. The development of each BC Collegiate student’s ability to think critically about scientific concepts in the English language is of paramount importance. Students' final grade will be calculated from a combination of their marks for each of the units that they study during the year. Each unit is weighted according to the portion of the course spent studying that topic.

Regular Course

AP Course

World History

US History

US Government

AP Human Geography
AP Economics (Macro & Micro)

AP Psychology
AP World History
AP US Government& Politics
AP Comparative Government & Politics

AP US History

The Social Studies program is designed to ensure that all students will meet with success in their pursuit of reaching the learning standards particular to the United States Social Studies curricula.  These include the BC Collegiate students knowing and understanding the historical, political, economic, social, cultural and environmental factors affecting the United States, as well as the diverse patterns of human activity in the world. Learning to think critically and make reasoned judgments, as an individual maintaining rights and responsibilities in a society will also be goals for students in the Social Studies program.

Regular Course

Chinese I

Chinese II

Chinese III

Chinese IV

Spanish I

Spanish II

Spanish III

Spanish IV

Regular Course

AP Course

Python
Web Development
Data Science

AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science A

Students will be able to develop computational artifacts to solve problems, communicate ideas, express creativity, collaborate with others to solve problems,  Students will be able to explain the impact computing has on society, economy, and culture.  Additionally,  students will be able to analyze existing artifacts, identify and correct errors, and explain how the artifact functions.  They will  be able to explain how data, information, or knowledge is represented for computational use. End of year - assessments are AP projects and tests submitted to the college board for AP credit.

Regular Course

AP Course

Visual Art I & II

3D Art

Graphic Design

Photography

Yearbook

Advanced Studio Art

AP Studio Art (Drawing)

AP Studio Art (2D)

AP Studio Art (3D)

AP Art History

PE 9 / Health

PE 10 / Health

Team Sports I

Team Sports II

Choir I & II

Strings I & II

Orchestra

Theater Arts

Regular Course

Teacher Aid

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