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Gifted and Talented Opportunities at Hastings High School

Courses

Programs

AP American History (11)

9 Articulation Agreements - Business and Industrial Technology classes

AP Chemistry (11/12)

Art Club

AP English Language (11)

Band

AP English Literature (12)

Choir

AP Government (12)

Drama Club

AP Physics (12)

Extra English & Social Studies classes allowed

Calculus/AP Calculus AB/AP Calc BC (11/12)

French Honor Society

College Fiction (12)

High-Ability Low-Achieving Discussion Group

College French 4

High-Achieving Discussion Group

College French 5

Industrial Technology classes

College Macroeconomics (12)

Industrial Technology Club

College Microeconomics (12)

Instrumental Jazz Ensemble

College Psychology (12)

Jazz Band

College Public Speaking (11/12)

Knowledge Bowl

College Spanish 4

Marching Band

Honors Advanced Algebra (9/10)

National Honor Society

Honors Biology (9/10)

Orchestra

Honors Chemistry (10/11)

Plays, Musicals

Honors Civics (9)

"Prism" Literary Magazine

Honors English 10

"Raiders' Digest" School Newspaper

Honors English 9

Science Club

Honors Geometry (9)

Show Choir

Honors Spanish 2

Spanish Honor Society

Honors Spanish 3

"Spiral" Yearbook

Honors Spanish 5

Sternau & Associates - socio-emotional support

Honors World Studies/Geography (10)

Summer Human Performance/Health

Independent Study

Vocal Jazz Ensemble

Post-Secondary Enrollment Options

Youth in Government

Pre-Calculus/Honors Pre-Calculus (10/11)


Statistics/AP Statistics (11/12)


 

*There is an application process for honors courses that include grade 9 students.  Honors, AP and College courses in grades 10, 11 and 12 are open to students through "thoughtful registration" in collaboration with the student, parent, teacher and school counselor.  Honors classes have minimum grade requirements from pre-requisite courses as listed in the HHS course guide.  College classes have pre-requisites as determined by the post-secondary institution that include minimum grade point average (GPA) and/or class rank standards.