Language 

AP LANGUAGE

This course is usually taken by high school juniors. It is the precursor to AP Literature.  They learn about topics like claims and evidence, rhetorical situation, style, and reasoning and organization through writing, reading, and analyzing texts. We highly recommend this course for students to achieve high scores on the verbal portions of the SAT and ACT.

AP LITERATURE

This is a literary analysis course, and it is usually taken by high school seniors. Students grow their understanding of literature through reading and analyzing texts. They explore literary concepts such as: structure, setting, character, figurative language, perspective, and literary analysis in the context of notable literary texts.

BRITISH LITERATURE

This course is usually taken by high school sophomores or juniors. Students will study British tradition in literature by critically reading various genres of texts including: poetry, novels, informational texts and visual texts.

FRENCH

We offer tutoring services for French I and French II. These courses are usually taken by high school freshman and sophomores. 

SPANISH

We offer tutoring services for Spanish I and Spanish II. These courses are usually taken by high school freshman and sophomores. 

 

History

GEORGIA HISTORY

Students take this course in 8th grade. They are required to take the Citizenship Test this year, which can be quite challenging. We assist students through this course and prepare them for the Citizenship Test.

AP HUMAN GEOGRPAHY

This course is usually taken by high school freshman. Students grow their understanding of human geography through geographic  and data analysis. They explore topics like spatial processes, human impacts, patterns and spatial organization, interactions with their environment, and societal changes.

AP WORLD HISTORY

This course is usually taken by high school sophomores. Students will study the economic, political, cultural, and social developments that have shaped our world from c. 1200 CE to now. They will analyze visual sources, texts, and other historical evidence as well as write essays portraying historical arguments.

AP US HISTORY

This course is usually taken by high school juniors or seniors. Students will study the  economic, political, cultural, and social developments that have shaped the United States from c. 1491 to now. They will analyze visual sources, texts, and other historical evidence as well as write essays portraying historical arguments.

These descriptions are paraphrased from the College Board. You can find more information about individual courses here: AP College Board