Chapel Hill High School Assessment Resources
The goal of the foreign language department is to facilitate the learning and acquisition of the knowledge and skills necessary for students to communicate effectively in a second language with understanding and consideration of the target culture. We are proud to offer Spanish and American Sign Language.
The goal of the Science Department is to encourage and enable students to develop inquiring minds and curiosity about science and the natural world, acquire knowledge, conceptual understanding and skills to solve problems and make informed decisions in scientific areas and other contents. We are currently offering the following courses in the Science Department: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science, Anatomy and Physiology, Integrative Physics and Chemistry, and Dual Credit Biology for both Majors and Non-Majors.
The goal of the Social Studies department is to teach students fundamental concepts of culture, economics, government, politics, and social responsibilities to prepare them to be educated, productive citizens. Learning the basic history of government and economic structures is necessary to inform future voters. Social studies is also important for teaching students basic values, such as justice, equality, and free market systems which are the foundation of modern democratic societies. We are currently offering the following courses in the Social Studies Department: World History, U.S. History, Psychology, Bible Literacy, Economics, Government, AP Economics, and AP Government.
The goal of the math department is to provide our students with the skills necessary to approach real-world problems utilizing a variety of problem solving strategies. We proudly offer Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Math Models, Bridges Math, Dual Credit Statistics, Advance Placement Calculus A/B, Pre-Calculus, Dual Credit Pre-Calculus (Math 2412,) Calculus, Dual Credit Calculus (Math 2413) and College Algebra (Math 1314.)
The goal of the English/Language Arts department is to promote engaging means of communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity through the processes of reading, writing, speaking and listening. We are proud to offer courses in English I, English II, English III, AP Language and Composition, AP Literature and Composition, OnRamps Composition and Rhetoric, Dual Credit 1301/1302, and Dual Credit 2332/2333.