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Laboratory/Studio: Course Selections and Offerings

Each student will complete 4 years of school in a semester program. CVH offers two
semesters per year, two of the classes of the six must be represented by a laboratory or
studio each year. Pre-requisites may exist and must be completed in order to proceed to
more logic and theory based courses. A laboratory or studio course will be embodied either
by a math or science class.

Laboratory/Studio: Math
Algebra: First Years
Algebra I & II:
This course begins with a review of data and linear representation, numbers and functions, and systems of linear equations and
inequalities. Complex numbers and their operations are introduced, and curve fitting with quadratic models and quadratic
inequalities are presented. A variety of applications that are modeled by polynomial, rational, radical, logarithmic, exponential,
and trigonometric functions are explored.

Financial Algebra:
Financial Algebra is a college-preparatory course that teaches the use of sophisticated mathematics to become financially
responsible. The course employs advanced algebra to solve financial problems occurring in everyday life. Inquiry-based problem
units involving banking, investing, credit, employment, income taxes, automobile ownership, independent living, home
ownership, budgeting, planning for retirement and modeling a business are solved by applying the relevant mathematics.
Careers in the business field include banking, financial planning, business operations and accounting. Algebraic equations using
time and interest rates as variables help bankers, lenders and financial planners calculate loan payments, the value of savings
accounts and certificates of deposits at a future point in time and the gain or decline on investments. Business owners and
financial officers use algebra to set prices according to desired profit margin and the cost of producing or acquiring an item or
service for sale.(Career Fields expert Christopher Raines)

Civil Engineering Algebra Analysis:


Market Research Algebra Analysis:
Medicinal Algebra:
Education/Instructional Algebra:
Geometry: Second Years
Geometry I & II:
This course will introduce terms, postulates, and theorems as they are applied in the study of Euclidean Geometry. Applications
and justifications of those theorems will follow a detailed investigation of inductive and deductive reasoning.

Fractal Geometry:
Projective Geometry:
Teaching Geometry:
Differential Geometry:

Trigonometry and Calculus: Third Years and Fourth Years

Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus I:
This course will delve into the aspects of trigonometry and pre-calculus using the target vocabulary and thinking strategies of
algebra and geometry. The ability to utilize previously learned concepts and expansion of knowledge will allow for a more
enjoyable and awareness for mathematics in the career.

Trigonometry:
Calculus:
Supplemental Logical Math: Fourth Years
Discrete Mathematics:
Probability and Statistics:
Math in Film:
This course explores the identity of math throughout film history, students must apply their mathematical knowledge in order to
perform identical or like logic problems, to gain knowledge in everyday applicable math. A course that requires three years but
allows for students to apply all skills.

**The mathematics path is required due to the fact that application will be necessary through many career
paths
Laboratory/Studio: Science
All lab science courses differ but do apply common knowledge of the science to the certain supplemental course.

Biology: First Years


Biology I:
Molecular Biology:
The Genetic Century:
Botany: This elective is designed for students who are truly interested in learning about plants and plant like organisms. This
course will concentrate on a survey of the morphology and physiology different plants. It will also include a discussion on the
evolutionary relationships and advancements among these plants.

Chemistry: Second Years


Chemistry I:
Chemistry of Sports: The lab is designed to look at the science of triathlons and sports from a molecular/chemical biological
point of view. We will be able to use our own bodies to see how exercise affects the system, through observations written in a
training journal. We will also improve the overall fitness of the class through maintaining a physical fitness program over the
course of the term. The end of the term will have us all participate in a mini-triathlon.

Organic Chemistry:
Physics: Third Years
Physics 1:
Classical Mechanics:
Modern Physics:

Introduction to thermal physics, special relativity, and quantum mechanics, with applications to atomic, nuclear, condensed
matter, and particle physics as time permits. Weekly laboratories include an introduction to computational physics.

Science Logic Supplemental: Fourth Years


Intro into Quantum Mechanics:
Space Systems Laboratory:
Test out new astronomer gear in zero gravity .Students don space suits and climb into a neutral buoyancy tank to
conduct low and zero gravity tests on next gen astronaut gear, as well as space and deep sea bound robots.

Engines and Energy Laboratory:


Robotics Institute:
Scientific Philosophy
Modern Thinkers and Rationality