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Maur Hill - Mount Academy provides a well-rounded curriculum offering grade-level requirements, honors/advanced placement, college credit courses, and numerous electives. Electives are made available so that students may pursue areas of study in which they have a personal interest. Students striving to complete the Regents Curriculum will have specific courses required beyond those for graduation. MH-MA uses a 4.0 grading scale (GPA). Transfer students will work with our counselor to effectively receive all credits from other schools and set students on a graduation track.

Full list of courses offered with descriptions: MH-MA Curriculum 

Required Courses:

4 Units Each: 
    English  - must include English 3 (American Literature)
    Mathematics 
    Religion - one unit required for each year a student is enrolled at MHMA
    Science - Must include Biology and Chemistry
    Social Studies - Must include U.S. History and American Government

4 Units of Electives
2 Units: Foreign Language - two years of the same language. 
1 Unit Each:
    
Fine Arts - Art, Music or Photography 
    PE/Health

Service Hours - 20 hours as a 9th grader or first year student. Add an additional 5 hours per year after first year enrolled. 

Regents Honors Required Courses:
    
*Graduate with cumulative 3.0 GPA

4 Units Each: 
    English  - must include English 3 (American Literature)
    Mathematics  - Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and one class beyond Algebra II. Students starting with Geometry in 9th grade, must still complete 4 units of Mathematics. 
    Religion - one unit required for each year a student is enrolled at MHMA
    Science - Must include Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
    Social Studies - Must include U.S. History and American Government & Economics

4 Units of Electives
2 Units: Foreign Language - two years of the same language. 
1 Unit Each:
    
Fine Arts - Art, Music or Photography
    PE/Health

Service Hours - 20 hours as a 9th grader or first year student. Add an additional 5 hours per year after first year enrolled. 

Honors, Advanced Placement (AP), and College Credit Courses Available:
    *Listed in traditional order by grade

Freshman (9th grade)
    Honors English, Honors World History
Sophomore (10th grade)
    Honors English II, Honors American History
Junior (11th grade)
    Honors English III & American Literature
Senior (12th grade)
    College English Composition, College Literature, AP U.S. History, AP Government, AP Calculus, College Human Anatomy

 

 

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