Bishop Hendricken High School INSPIRE Seminar Catalog 2021 - Page 2-26 Courses Organized by Block Page 27-29 Courses Organized by School of ...

 
Bishop Hendricken High School
            INSPIRE Seminar Catalog

                                2021

Page 2-26 Courses Organized by Block
Page 27-29 Courses Organized by School of Excellence
Page 30-32 Courses Organized by Gold Standard

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Block 1 (8:29-9:54)

Course Name: Introduction to Theater                    Teacher Name: Mr. Alianiello
Directing
#2121

Course Description: What goes into directing a play? Students will learn the fundamentals of directing
through a hands-on approach, directing their classmates in a series of scenes, and ultimately short one act
plays. Topics covered will include blocking, crafting a show's concept and aesthetic, scene analysis, and
building a rehearsal process. Students will learn from the styles and techniques of directors such as Peter
Brook, Jerzy Grotowski, Bertolt Brecht, Anne Bogart, Konstantin Stanislavsky, and Julie Taymor.
Students will also have the opportunity to have their work critiqued by professional theater directors
through both in-person class visits and Skype sessions. The class will culminate in a performance of
student directed work.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Artistic                                School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: History of Conflict in Ireland             Teacher Name: Mr. Brawley
#2105

Course Description: In this course a student will examine the history of Ireland, specifically the conflicts
that have shaped the religious and political landscape of the country. Events included would be the Silken
Thomas Rebellion, Oliver Cromwell's taking of Ulster, Wolfe Tone and the Irish Rebellion of 1798, The
Fenian Uprisings, the Easter Rising of 1916 and the Irish Civil War, followed by the rise of the modern IRA.
Major figures to be discussed: Thomas Fitzgerald (Silken Thomas), Theobald Wolfe Tone (Wolfe Tone),
James Stephens, John O'Mahony, Michael Collins, Patrick Pearse, and Eamon de Valera.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Interpersonal                           School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: 1990s Pop Culture                         Teacher Name: Mr. Brennan
#2103

Course Description: 1990's Pop Culture is a class where we study History through the lens of
pop culture. We dive into what makes something popular, what popular
culture does to people, and what people do with popular culture. We
will look primarily at television, film, advertising, popular music, and the
internet.

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Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: The Truth About College                    Teacher Name: Mr. Burdier and Mrs. Rocha
Admissions
#2110

Course Description: The Truth About College Admissions is designed for juniors and seniors who wish to
maximize their high school experience for the purpose of creating a solid academic record and resume that
will give them a competitive edge in the college application process. Each student will take away a "big
picture" understanding about the expectations of college admissions.

Grades: Sophomore (not recommended), Junior,            Pre-requirements: none
Senior

Gold Standard: Interpersonal

Course Name: Aquatics for Life                          Teacher Name: Mr. Burnett
#2109

Course Description: Drowning is the second leading cause in the United States for persons from age 4 - 44.
More than 7,000 people drown annually. Many drownings could be avoided if someone nearby were able
to apply some basic rescue techniques that are within the capability of most people to perform. Aquatic
emergencies are frequent in this country, yet rarely is the average person aware of ways in which he, even
if he is a non-swimmer may safely assist in such a situation. To correctly respond in an aquatic emergency
is something that can be learned, in the means to implement an effective, safe rescue are literally at our
fingertips.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: mechanical & kinesthetic

Course Name: Working in Special                         Teacher Name: Mrs. Cardillo and Ms. Fusco
Education: Introduction to Mentoring
#2138

Course Description: In this course students will learn about special education its history and its application
here at Hendricken. They will analyze different developmental disabilities and the strategies that help
support students in and out of the classroom. Students will go through the IEP process and apply this
process to a case study. Students will modify assignments and apply various accommodations based on
their case study.

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Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                      Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Interpersonal                           School of Excellence: Leadership &
                                                       Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Clinical Nutrition: How Food              Teacher Name: Mrs. Casale
alters our Behavior and
Biology; An Individual, National and Global
Perspective
#2113

Course Description: This course will offer students an opportunity to learn about the general architecture
of the food and agriculture system, how it fits into a global context, as well as food availability. Food
consumption habits, behaviors, personal history, lifestyles, personality types in addition to special diet
trends and individualized nutrition may be discussed. Opportunities to design and cook nutrient dense
meals at Johnson & Wales University with an expert chef may be available. By the end of the seminar,
participants should have a better understanding of their own nutrient needs, basic clinical nutrition, and
be able to evaluate the quality of diet types like Paleo, Mediterranean, Ketogenic, etc.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Logical                                 School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Unreliable Narrators in                   Teacher Name: Ms. Corriveau
Literature
#2195

Course Description: In this seminar, students would explore multiple examples of unreliable narrators
throughout literature and media. This would be a class that provides multimodal examples of unreliable
narrators not just in text but through media, music, and film. When analyzing literature, we will also
indulge in group discussions regarding how our narrator affects the entirety of the piece and the impact
the readers interpretation has on the work.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                      Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                              School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Fundamentals of Laser                     Teacher Name: Mr. Dean
Cutting
#2193

Course Description: In this seminar, students will begin by learning various functions of vector-based
design programs such as Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw. Upon acquiring this skill set, the students will

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begin investigating how 2D design can be expressed using the Epilog laser to create a reproducible object.
Starting with the safety procedures, students will begin exploring the uses of the laser including cutting
and engraving designs. Students will learn to adjust the focus, strength, speed, and frequency of the laser
to ensure that their designs are executed with accuracy on various materials of their choice, including
paper, wood, and glass. Prototyping, testing, and documenting iterations of their designs will be an
inherent part of each student's design process. As the course progresses, students may also learn advanced
functions of the laser such as using the rotary attachment and color mapping as well as design techniques
such as nesting or press-fit construction.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                        Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: artistic                                  School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Advanced Selling Techniques                 Teacher Name: Mr. Eaton
#2128

Course Description: In this course students will master sales techniques including communication
skills, client analysis (marketing), and sales persuasion. In this course students will also learn negotiating
skills, and the ins and outs of a sales contract. The result with be a full sales pitch, negotiations, and
closing the deal with a contract.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                             School of Excellence: Leadership &
                                                         Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Motion Graphics                             Teacher Name: Mr. Fogarty
#2199

Course Description: In this course, students will work with Adobe After Effects to create a series of eye-
catching visual effects projects. They will learn how to create the motion graphics overlays seen on
commercials or ESPN. Students will design moving motion graphic logos for their own brands, create
movie-style special effects and make slick fake commercials while performing a series of elaborate
tutorials.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: Media Arts I or Digital
                                                         Photography/ Photoshop, or Graphic Design

Gold Standard: artistic                                  School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Contemporary Moral                          Teacher Name: Ms. Goldberg
Problems

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#2112

Course Description: This course will offer an overview of Catholic doctrine on social teaching. We will dive
into basic principles and norms for discernment and judgement. We will explore how these principles are
connected with a correct understanding of the human person. We will go into the local community to put
our discoveries into action.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior

Gold Standard: spiritual                                      School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: American Cultural History                        Teacher Name: Mr. Howlett and Mr. Mancuso
#2108

Course Description: The course will focus on the literature and music of the time period to highlight
cultural themes and the impact on society.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                                   School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Literature for Social Justice                    Teacher Name: Ms. Hughes
& Cultural Society in the Modern Civil
Rights Movement
#2198

Course Description: Provides students with a creative space to dialogue, research and develop cultural and
educative identities, fosters greater self-confidence, and understand the roles of leaders, and community
activists. Encourage students to seek out texts honoring local leaders in their communities. Build upon
students’ cultural competence to honor and expand knowledge of a cultural society across the globe.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior                   Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                                  School of Excellence: Law and Government

Course Name: Zoology                                          Teacher Name: Ms. Iacaruso
#2196

Course Description: This course will include a general survey of structure and function within the animal kingdom.
Various laboratory dissections will be used to investigate adaptations of animals to provide the necessary resources
for survival in their specific environments. These laboratory dissections will also be used to compare and contrast
major groups in the animal kingdom. Basic body plans and development of major animal groups will be studied.
Particular attention will be given to the various phyla of invertebrates with some attention also given to vertebrates.

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Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                  School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Physics of Sport                           Teacher Name: Mr. Johnston
#2156

Course Description: This course is designed to explain the physics involved with the sports we play.
Baseball, Basketball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, surfing, swimming, tennis, track & field,
volleyball, and wrestling will be the sports specifically covered. In this course we will analyze plays,
specific movements, and records mathematically to understand what is actually occurring. Through the
use of physics concepts and algebra-based mathematics, our respect for sports will be not only based on
enjoyment but on a deeper understanding of it was possible.

Grades: Junior, Senior                                  Pre-requirements: Algebra, Pre-Calc

Gold Standard: mechanical & kinesthetic                 School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Making Yourself Marketable:                Teacher Name: Mr. Kabbas and Mr. Sylvia
An Approach to Personal Branding
#2148

Course Description: What does it take to make yourself competitive in today's workforce? This course will
explore the elements of creating a personal brand that is effective and unique to your strengths and talents.
Topics will include interview prep, a professional approach to social media, creation of resumes and
writing samples, and building skills in small group communication. The goal for students in this course is
to leave confident in your abilities to effectively market yourself to show your value to future employers
and organizations.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Personal Finance                           Teacher Name: Mr. Legault and Mrs. Pickett
#2155

Course Description: This course is designed to provide the student with personal finance, saving money
and consumer math. The students will learn about budgeting money, wages, checking accounts, discounts,
travel, and tipping.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

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Gold Standard: logical                                   School of Excellence: Leadership &
                                                         Entrepreneurship

Course Name: American Civics                             Teacher Name: Mr. Manning
#2107

Course Description: Students will learn the basics of what it means to be a true participant in the American
democratic process. They will learn the basics of the Constitution and its application to the concept of
federalism that exists currently in our system. Students will learn the values of participation in a
democratic process, as well as how to become engaged in it. They will understand the division of
government at the local, state, and federal government.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                             School of Excellence: Law and Government

Course Name: Nature and Humanities                       Teacher Name: Miss Murray
#2153

Course Description: This course will explore humanity's fascination with the natural world through the
written word. The course will focus on transcendentalism and naturalism then work its way to modern
dystopian literature foreshadowing climate change. The course will focus on novels, poetry, and short
stories.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                                School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Italian Cinema                              Teacher Name: Ms. O’Brien
#2144

Course Description: This class will cover a variety of popular Italian films. We will watch, analyze, talk, and
write about films, comparing and contrasting them with other films, both American and Italian.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                                School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: The Self – An Exploration of                Teacher Name: Miss Roussin
Mind, Behavior, and Personality
#2200

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Course Description: This seminar is intended to explore what it means to have a sense of self. We will
discuss topics that include: whether or not the sense of self is uniquely human, self-reflective, and self-
monitoring abilities, brain structures thought to be activated during tasks that evoke self-processing, and
disorders of self. While we will use a cognitive perspective to discuss these topics, we will also consider
evolutionary, developmental, neuroscience, and psychopathological perspectives. This course will provide
valuable information about “the self” that intro to psychology classes do not cover. It will also provide time
and space for reflection that will allow for a better understanding of mental health issues that are very
prevalent in schools (and beyond), such as anxiety and depression.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Teaching in the 21st Century               Teacher Name: Ms. Soprano
#2158

Course Description: In this course, students will explore the modern elements of classroom teaching and
the specific challenges teachers face in the 21st century. Topics will include curriculum design and core
standards, assessment, and use of technology. By the end of the course, students will design a lesson plan
on a topic that they may be interested in teaching one day and will teach lesson to the class. This course
will serve as a prerequisite for students to co-teach the Hawks 101 freshman seminar alongside a faculty
member.

Grades: Junior, Senior                                  Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Music as Literature                        Teacher Name: Mr. Tavares
#2152

Course Description: Students will analyze lyrics and musical components of songs from a variety of time
periods and genres. They will learn and apply songwriting techniques to write a portfolio of their own
songs in different styles. Finally, they will choose one song to produce and record.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: artistic                                 School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Elementary Spanish                         Teacher Name: Mr. Théroux
#2123

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Course Description: Elementary Spanish for students not in Spanish - This is an introductory course in
Spanish where the objective is the development of the four language skills; listening, speaking, reading,
and writing. Topics include basic greetings, making purchases in a store, ordering a meal in a restaurant,
talking about leisure activities, planning a trip, and food vocabulary. Grammar would be presented as it
lends itself to the development of conversing in real-world practical situations and would include the
present tense, use of object pronouns, negative expressions and adjective agreement and position.
Students will develop a digital speaking and writing portfolio throughout the course to demonstrate
mastery and application of these topics.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                              School of Excellence: humanities

Course Name: CISCO Entrepreneurship                    Teacher Name: Mr. Wright
#2126

Course Description: The Cisco Business Entrepreneurship course takes students through the winding road
of becoming a successful entrepreneur. The road between a good idea and execution requires business
acumen, financial skills, and most importantly the right mind-set. This knowledge can not only set you
apart, but set up your technology venture for greater success.
•       Increase your self-confidence and personal ambition.
•       Learn what it takes to start different kinds of businesses.
•       Improve leadership skills and financial literacy.
•       Become more customer-focused.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                 School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                       Entrepreneurship

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Course Name: Creative Writing                            Teacher Name: Mr. Alexander
#2117

Course Description: A seminar exploring various forms of creative writing, including poetry, short stories,
memoirs, creative non-fiction, journaling, and more. Students will read various model works and attempt
to create their own works in various categories. By the end of the seminar, students may pick a focus genre,
or explore as many as they like, and write, edit, and learn how to publish their very own creative writing
portfolio.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                                School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Writing for the Screen and                  Teacher Name: Mr. Alianiello and Mr. Fogarty
Stage
#2166

Course Description: Students will learn story structure, character development and scene construction and
use these skills to create a screenplay or stage play. This seminar would feed into the Media Arts and
Theatre departments, giving students more time to develop and workshop screenplays, raising the level of
quality in the content they produce and encouraging collaboration and critical thinking.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                        Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                                School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Contemporary Issues in                      Teacher Name: Ms. Andrews
Shakespeare: Tragedies
#2116

Course Description: This semester long course will explore how modern issues are addressed in
Shakespearean plays (1 semester of tragedies, 1 semester of comedies) including race, gender, social class,
love, power, government, etc. Studies will focus on how Shakespearean literature can shape our personal
values such as political beliefs, faith, opinions, and morality. Students will read, interpret, and analyze the
literature for modern-day connections through debates, visual art, technology, and writing. We will also
compare the original texts to modern versions through movies, literature, and other forms of
media. Students will gain valuable experience comparing historical literature to contemporary contexts,
preparing for college level analysis that can be applied to studies in literature, history, social sciences,
psychology, religion, theater, and more!

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Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                               School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: A Cultural Approach to                     Teacher Name: Ms. Barboza
Family History and Genealogical Records:
Where Do I Fit In?
#2104

Course Description: Have you have wondered if your forefathers fought in a war? Or perhaps what tiny
town in a far-a-way place your great-grandmother learned to make foods you enjoy today? This Seminar
will assist you on your journey to a deeper understanding of where you are from while acquiring skills
associated with archival research, both on and offline. Throughout the seminar you will share and
collaborate with other student your findings.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Journalism                                 Teacher Name: Mr. Brawley
#2145

Course Description: This course introduces students to basic journalistic experiences including
interviewing and researching as applied to news, feature, and sports writing. Students will be introduced to
the standards for journalistic writing and the legal standards that govern journalism. A component of this
course will include producing content for the school’s newspaper, The Talon, and for the school's website.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic

Course Name: Jazz Band Ensemble                         Teacher Name: Mr. Colozzi
#2208

Course Description: Jazz Ensemble focuses on the performance, study, and development of music written
specifically for the “big band” jazz ensemble, including swing, Latin, funk and rock. Due to the difficulty of
the music and the demands on the performer, this class should be considered as an advanced ensemble.
Students in jazz ensemble will be required to perform in a variety of events throughout the school year.
The ability to read music is considered essential to this class.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: An audition is required.

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Gold Standard: artistic                                 School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Working in Special                         Teacher Name: Mrs. Cardillo and Ms. Fusco
Education: Introduction to Mentoring
#2138

Course Description: In this course students will learn about special education its history and its application
here at Hendricken. They will analyze different developmental disabilities and the strategies that help
support students in and out of the classroom. Students will go through the IEP process and apply this
process to a case study. Students will modify assignments and apply various accommodations based on
their case study.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Leadership &
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Dance                                      Teacher Name: Ms. Corriveau
#2119

Course Description: In this course, students would focus on the many different styles and types of dancing
that trails off the traditional scope. Students will be able to perform some of these styles with the
opportunity to create original pieces. With this in mind, students will also be expected to step out of their
comfort zone to try to choreograph on their own and as a group. This is a class that requires creativity and
open-mindedness to push the boundaries of what "dancing" is and how audiences respond to these styles.

Grades: Junior, Senior                                  Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: kinesthetic & mechanical                 School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Introduction to the Stock                  Teacher Name: Ms. Davenport
Market
#2143

Course Description: The seminar will explore investment goal-setting, successful strategies, stock
classification, and market cycles. Each student will develop and manage an investment portfolio.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: Algebra I

Gold Standard: Logical                                  School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                        Entrepreneurship

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Course Name: CISCO Programming                           Teacher Name: Mr. Dipippo
Essentials in Python
#2159

Course Description: Python is a general-purpose programming language used to build just about anything.
Python is key for backend web development, data analysis, artificial intelligence, and scientific computing,
all of which are key for pursuing IT careers.
With PCAP: Programming Essentials in Python you learn to design, write, debug, and run programs
encoded in the Python language. No prior programming knowledge is required. The course begins with
the very basics guiding you step by step until you become adept at solving more complex problems. By the
end of the course, students will be able to:
Develop a working knowledge for how computers operate and how computer programs are executed.,
Evolve critical thinking and problem-solving skills using an algorithmic approach., Learn about the
programmer’s role in the software development process., Translate real-world issues into computer-
solvable problems.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                   School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Philosophy                                  Teacher Name: Mr. Evans
#2139

Course Description: An overview to the field of philosophy. This course will touch on the areas of
philosophy such as ethics, epistemology, logic, metaphysics and philosophy of religion.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: spiritual                                 School of Excellence:

Course Name: Microbiology                                Teacher Name: Ms. Iacaruso
#2150

Course Description: This laboratory-based course will explore the topics of microorganisms (mainly,
bacteria and viruses) and how these organisms cause infection and disease. Basic sterile microbiology
laboratory techniques will be covered in order to safely handle microorganisms (non-pathogenic strains
will be used). These will include sterile practices, equipment usage, growing cultures, and plating and
streaking cultures. Students will investigate the structure and physiology of microorganisms and how
these aspects contribute to their ability to cause disease. Case studies will be used to investigate the effects
of specific diseases on explicit groups of people. The impact of microorganisms in the environment and on
human populations as well as human immune response, treatments, and vaccines will be studied.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                        Pre-requirements: none

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Gold Standard: logical                                  School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Communications Crash                       Teacher Name: Mr. Kabbas
Course: PR, Advertising, Digital & Social
Media
#2136

Course Description: From Super Bowl ads to damage control, marketers have a duty to promote and
protect their brands. This seminar explores the real-world concept of integrated marketing
communications (IMC) via four key pillars: public relations, advertising, digital, and social media. As part
of this seminar, students will be introduced to foundational marketing principles of brand, goals,
strategies, and media before discussing applications and case studies across several sectors, including
business, sports/entertainment, technology, politics, government, non-profit, healthcare, and more.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Leadership &
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: United States in Europe:                   Teacher Name: Ms. Lynch
1939-1945
#2178

Course Description: We will look at in great detail the European theatre of the Second World War. The
military side along with the human toll will be examined. Weapons, leaders, secrets, will all be examined.

Grades: Junior, Senior                                  Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Roots and Shoots                           Teacher Name: Ms. Meehan
#2127

Course Description: This is a study on the environment and actually created by Jane Goodall. It will
explore relationships within the environment and recycling. There is also a service piece to the class.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                  School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Athletes as Activists                      Teacher Name: Miss Murray

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#2191

Course Description: Through this course, we will research the different ways that athletes have protested
social injustices through their platforms in the public conversation. Athletes have influenced major social
movements within race, gender, and economic equality. We will also explore how these protests have
changed over time focusing on specific athletes who impacted society outside of their sport. We will be
exploring athletes such as Muhammed Ali, Billie Jean King, Colin Kaepernick, and Venus Williams.
Ultimately, students will reflect on how they can use their various platforms to enact social change.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Conversational Italian                     Teacher Name: Ms. O’Brien
#2180

Course Description: What do you do when your luggage gets lost in an Italian airport, what do you say?
Where do you go? What if you're sick and need to go to the pharmacy or hospital? How do you describe
how you're feeling or what medication you need? In this seminar we will be learning about what to say and
how to go about basic/common problems/situations in Italy, that may not be covered in Italian class.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                               School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Cryptography: Breaking the                 Teacher Name: Mrs. Primeau and Mr. Eaton
Code
#2202

Course Description: Throughout the course, students will have the opportunity to encrypt and decrypt
messages, invent their own ciphers, discuss relevant historical events, and learn mathematical concepts
that are often not seen until college. Topics include Caesar Ciphers, substitution ciphers, Vigenère ciphers,
and multiplicative and affine ciphers, finishing with discussion of public key cryptography and the
modern-day RSA cryptosystem.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior                     Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                  School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Bread Alone                                Teacher Name: Mr. Rakovic
#2115

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Course Description: The class is designed to implement bread baking
techniques that are based on using natural fermentation as a source of a leavening agent. We will
revisit the so-called sourdough method which has been a part of human culture for thousands of years.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                 School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: SAT Math Prep                             Teacher Name: Mrs. Ryan
#2164

Course Description: This course is designed to teach math strategies including testing techniques for the
PSAT and SAT exams.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior                              Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                 School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Archaeology of the Holy Land              Teacher Name: Mr. Stewart and Mr. Howlett
#2190

Course Description: Archaeology of the Holy Land will explore various periods of occupation throughout
Israel and the Levant. Beginning with the Iron Age and leading up to the Ottoman Period this course will
explore individual sites and their various periods of occupation while paying particular attention to
changes in the use and function of buildings and settlements. Students will study various sites and be able
to identify different periods of occupation based on art, architecture, and function of buildings to gain
greater insights into history, scripture, and the three Abrahamic faiths.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: spiritual                               School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Show Choir                                Teacher Name: Mr. Sylvia
#2207

Course Description: Show Choir is a high-energy ensemble that brings all styles of music to life (from Pop
to Rock to Rap and Musical Theater) through singing and dancing. In this seminar, you will have the
opportunity to learn the fundamentals of how to sing and move individually and as a group to form Bishop
Hendricken's first ever all-boys show choir! Emphasis will also be placed on developing fitness routines
that will strengthen you as a performer. Students in this seminar will develop several pieces that will be
shared with the Hendricken community and possibly brought to a local show choir competition. Please

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note that there is no prior experience required to join this seminar, and it is recommended that students
enroll in this seminar for both semesters.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: artistic                                 School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: French Conversation                        Teacher Name: Mr. Théroux
2130

Course Description: Students will engage in discussions of a variety of current trends in art, architecture,
music, cuisine, film, and literature, as well as in popular culture in France. This course requires visits to
museums, concerts, theater productions, etc. Students will participate in weekly journal entries of cultural
and cross-cultural experiences using current event news clips from TV5 Monde, magazine articles and
other relevant resources. The majority of this course is conducted in French.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: French I

Gold Standard: linguistic                               School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: AP Strategies                              Teacher Name: Mr. Wynne
#2188

Course Description: The seminar will be designed to better assist our students taking multiple Advanced
Placement courses prepare for their various exams. The seminar will include rigorous test preparation,
time management skills, and will allow the student time to develop the techniques required for success in
an AP level course.

Grades: Junior, Senior                                  Pre-requirements: Must be taking at least 3 AP
                                                        courses to enroll

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Course Name: Social Justice and Morality                Teacher Name: Mr. Alexander
#2167

Course Description: A seminar exploring the history of various social justice movements, as well as
exploring current social justice issues and the moral imperatives we as citizens have to help create a just
society.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: None

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Law and Government

Course Name: Introduction to Sketch                     Teacher Name: Mr. Alianiello
Comedy #2142

Course Description: What makes something funny? Through a series of creative writing and performance
projects, students will learn the fundamentals of sketch comedy. Students will learn the structure of a
sketch and how to write and perform different types of comedy (satire/parody, absurdist skits, comic
monologues, etc.). Students will learn from contemporary sketch comedy such as SNL and UCB, as well as
from comic theory and history (e.g. Commedia Dell'Arte and the comic theories of Aristotle and Bergson).
Student work will also be critiqued by comedy professionals. The class will culminate in a performance of
student comedy.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: None

Gold Standard: artistic                                 School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Contributions by African                   Teacher Name: Ms. Barboza and Ms. Hughes
Americans in the Liberation of a People:
Beyond Bondage
#2192

Course Description: This seminar will introduce students to African American leaders in the journey from
the 19th century through today. Students will use media such as file, prose, historical documents, laws,
and recordings to gain a deeper knowledge of this subculture in the United States. Student will be exposed
to civic leader from Rhode Island in an effort to develop connections within the community.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: None

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Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Reel History                               Teacher Name: Mr. Brennan and Mr. Manning
#2162

Course Description: Reel History is a study of selected topics in United States, European and World history
using feature film as the main resource. This class is an elective designed for students with an interest in
history. We will be viewing approximately 6-8 films throughout the course. Each of the films is directly
related to some aspect of US, European or World history. Before each film we will study the historical
background of the events portrayed. After watching the films, we will analyze and compare the films to the
reality of the historical record. We will be using Primary Source Documents as a basis of our comparison.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: None

Gold Standard: interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Working in Special                         Teacher Name: Mrs. Cardillo and Ms. Fusco
Education: Introduction to Mentoring
#2138

Course Description: In this course students will learn about special education its history and its application
here at Hendricken. They will analyze different developmental disabilities and the strategies that help
support students in and out of the classroom. Students will go through the IEP process and apply this
process to a case study. Students will modify assignments and apply various accommodations based on
their case study.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Interpersonal                            School of Excellence: Leadership &
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Pathology: Anatomy and                     Teacher Name: Mrs. Casale and Mrs. Hilario
Illness
#2154

Course Description: This course will offer students an opportunity to learn about major pathologies, i.e.
heart disease, diabetes, asthma, cancer, etc. The anatomy and physiology relevant to the disorder will be
introduced, and students will be given abnormalities to investigate and potentially find creative methods
for treatment. By the end of the seminar, participants should have a better understanding of the disease
states including their etiology and current treatment methods, while developing their own creative
potential to research other treatment ideas.

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Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: Physiology or Anatomy
                                                        encouraged but not required

Gold Standard: Mechanical & Kinesthetic                 School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Piano                                      Teacher Name: Mr. Colozzi
#2209

Course Description: Piano Class is designed for the student with no or minimal piano experience. Students
will begin the semester in a classroom style setting to learn all of the basics of music including (but not
limited to) note names, staff, treble clef, bass clef, time signature, whole note, half note, quarter note,
eighth note, sixteenth note and their corresponding rests. Other concepts and symbols will be taught at
this time as well. Once the students understand the basic concepts of music theory they will then be moved
to the keyboards. The first week of playing the keyboards will be spent playing without headphones as a
group. All students must be able to play the music provided, keeping a steady beat and knowing which note
names are assigned to which keys on the piano. Once all students are aware of the basic keyboard
concepts, they will utilize a headset and practice music from their piano lesson book.
This is a self-paced class that will provide the opportunity for students to practice on a weekly basis to the
best of their ability. The instructor will circulate around the room, listening to students playing their
lessons. When students have their music prepared and are ready to play they will unplug their headset and
perform. Once a selection is mastered, the student will then be assigned the next page in the lesson book.
New concepts for the next song will be taught and the student will then begin practicing again. Students
will be assessed based on the progress and accuracy.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Artistic                                 School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Introduction to the Stock                  Teacher Name: Ms. Davenport
Market
#2143

Course Description: The seminar will explore investment goal-setting, successful strategies, stock
classification, and market cycles. Each student will develop and manage an investment portfolio.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: Algebra I

Gold Standard: Logical                                  School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                        Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Picture Books and Graphic                  Teacher Name: Mr. Dean
Novels

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#2194

Course Description: Students will explore the literary elements and production of multimodal literature,
specifically picture books and graphic novels. Class periods will offer opportunities to explore the visual
and textual features of such literature as they pertain to children, young adults, and adults alike. The class
will analyze picture books/graphic novels as they enhance understanding of language and themes in text-
only literature, as well as comparing graphic novel and classic editions of stories such as "A Wrinkle in
Time" and "The Odyssey".

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: Artistic                                 School of Excellence: Fine Arts

Course Name: Cybersecurity                              Teacher Name: Mr. Dipippo
#2118

Course Description: The CCNA Security course provides a next step for individuals who want to enhance
their CCENT-level skill set and help meet the growing demand for network security professionals. The
CCNA Security curriculum provides an introduction to the core security concepts and skills needed for the
installation, troubleshooting, and monitoring of network devices to maintain the integrity, confidentiality,
and availability of data and devices.
By the end of the course, students will be prepared to:
Understand network security principles as well as the tools and configurations available, Apply knowledge
and skills to design, implement, and support network security, Apply for entry-level jobs as network
security professionals, Take the Cisco CCNA Security Certification exam, CCNA Security is a hands-on,
career-oriented course with an emphasis on practical experience to help students develop specialized
security skills to advance their careers.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                  School of Excellence: Law and Government

Course Name: Portuguese                                 Teacher Name: Mr. Evans
#2140

Course Description: An introductory course that seeks to develop basic language skills in Portuguese,
which is considered by some to be the most logical development from Latin of all the romance languages
students will be encouraged to use vocabulary and grammar in class both vocally and in written form.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                       Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                               School of Excellence: Humanities

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Course Name: Tapas and Conversations                   Teacher Name: Mr. Gesmundo
#2181

Course Description: This seminar is designed to take oral proficiency in the target language to the next
level. Students will take part in a weekly round table discussion about current events, Spanish culture,
popular trends, sports, current music, and much more while enjoying new "TAPAS" every week!

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                      Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: linguistic                              School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Consumer Behavior                         Teacher Name: Ms. Goldberg
#2185

Course Description: This course will examine different behavioral models and concepts to help
understand, evaluate, and predict consumer behavior. This course shall deepen a student's knowledge
about consumer behavior and help them think like a marketing manager.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                      Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                           School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                       Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Love of Cooking                           Teacher Name: Mr. Johnston
#2147

Course Description: For many people, food is not just a necessity of life but an expression of himself /
herself to others. To cook for others and get the satisfaction from their enjoyment of your food speaks to
every culture. Some people grow up watching a family member cook while others never had that
opportunity. Sometimes we take the ability to cook for granted and have never had that role model to
learn from. The amazing thing about cooking is that it is never too late to learn a love for food. This
course gives an introduction to the culinary arts and love for food.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                      Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: artistic

Course Name: Landmark Cases in the                     Teacher Name: Mr. Mancuso
Supreme Court
#2189

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Course Description: U. S Supreme Court Cases dealing with Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. The context of
this course is to educate students on the role of the judiciary and how cases decided impact the daily lives
of citizens.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                      Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                           School of Excellence: Law and Government

Course Name: Board Game Writing and                    Teacher Name: Mr. Morey
Design
#2111

Course Description: Students will work as teams to create, innovate, and develop a board game from
inception to final product. This will include examining and executing the game balance, the artwork, the
detailed rules, the promotional materials, and the production process. This seminar will also explore the
theory behind successful board games. Outside speakers in or related to the board game industry will
present information based on their expertise to the topics above. Students should produce a viable
prototype of a finished product that could be used as part of a senior portfolio and be further promoted as
a marketable board game.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: artistic

Course Name: Personal Finance                          Teacher Name: Mr. Legualt and Mrs. Pickett
#2155

Course Description: This course is designed to provide the student with personal finance, saving money
and consumer math. The students will learn about budgeting money, wages, checking accounts, discounts,
travel, and tipping.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior            Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                 School of Excellence: Leadership and
                                                       Entrepreneurship

Course Name: Bridge to Advanced                        Teacher Name: Mrs. Primeau
Mathematics: Logics and Proofs
#2211

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Course Description: Why are the mathematical facts learned in school true? This course prepares students
for the transition between computation-based math classes and upper-level, proof-based mathematics
classes. Proof strategies and writing are emphasized. Topics will include logic and quantifiers, set theory,
and number theory, with different approaches to formal proof writing throughout the course.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                  School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Introductions to Robotics                  Teacher Name: Mr. Rakovic
#2186

Course Description: Students will learn task recognition and the application of robotic concepts to explore
practical approaches to problem resolution. Students will be introduced to block programming for the
purposes of informing robotic functions and motion. Students will be able to progress on to learning select
programming protocols for the purposes of coding robotic control. Students will be introduced to virtual
robotic environments and be able to progress on to negotiating the challenges of the physical aspects of
designing, testing and problem solving in robotic applications.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: logical                                  School of Excellence: STEM

Course Name: Yearbook                                   Teacher Name: Ms. Roussin
#2186

Course Description: Students in the Yearbook class are the leaders and decision-makers of the yearbook
staff of Bishop Hendricken High School. In Yearbook class students will complete the myriad of tasks to
create a quality yearbook that reflects the pictorial history of the activities for the present school year.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: artistic

Course Name: Rewriting War Memories                     Teacher Name: Ms. Soprano
Through Spanish Film
#2168

Course Description: Students will explore the horror/thriller/fantasy genre of Spanish-language film and
how it relates with historic events of continental Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. Students will
access documents about film-making and film reviews and critiques as well as the films themselves.

Grades: Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior             Pre-requirements: none
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Gold Standard: linguistic                                School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: The Historical Jesus                        Teacher Name: Mr. Stewart
#2175

Course Description: This seminar will investigate the life of the historical Jesus. Students will explore the
history of first-century Palestine in an attempt to understand the cultural, spiritual, and religious issues
that were facing the people of Israel. This seminar will explore the daily life of individuals living in the
Galilee, Jerusalem, and throughout the Levant utilizing canonical and non-canonical texts to gain a
comprehensive view of this unique historical period in order to gain a deeper understanding of the
historical Jesus.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                        Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: spiritual                                 School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: French Canadian Folklore                    Teacher Name: Mr. Théroux
#2129

Course Description: This seminar is an introductory survey of the main elements of French-Canadian
folklore: oral tradition (songs, legends and folktales), social customs (holiday celebrations, rites of passage
from the cradle to the grave, popular religion) and material culture (arts and crafts, traditional occupations
of women and men, food customs and folk medicine). Students will learn about key figures in the
development of French-Canadian folklore.

We will read and discuss several legends in French and learn several folksongs along the way and discuss
how the reflect our French-Canadian heritage and culture. Guest lecturers will be invited to share their
stories and music throughout the seminar. This seminar is conducted primarily in French.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                        Pre-requirements: completion of French I

Gold Standard: linguistic                                School of Excellence: Humanities

Course Name: Colonial New England                        Teacher Name: Mr. Wynne
# 2114

Course Description: This seminar will allow for an in-depth examination of colonial New England.
Through week-long explorations of the establishment of Massachusetts (Maine), Connecticut, New
Hampshire, Rhode Island (Providence) and Vermont using primary and secondary sources students shall
be granted a clearer representation of the region that led the push towards independence. Heavy focus

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shall be placed on the interactions with local indigenous tribes, the development of commerce in the
colonies, and their political rapport with crown and English Parliament prior the American Revolution.

Grades: Sophomore, Junior, Senior                     Pre-requirements: none

Gold Standard: interpersonal                          School of Excellence: Humanities

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Schools of Excellence
Students can participate in a School of Excellence at any time in their experience in the INSPIRE
Program. In order to graduate from a School of Excellence, students must pass six seminars within
the School. Once all six of the seminars are completed, students will receive a special note on their
transcript that they graduated from the School of Excellence. School of Excellence offerings change
every year in order to keep up with the most updated understanding of each expertise. Descriptions
of each School of Excellence as well as offerings for Fall of 2021 are below.

                                             Fine Arts
Description of the Program: The Fine Arts School of Excellence provides a multidisciplinary approach
to inspire an inclusive selection of students to:
  ▪   Explore their creative potential through passionate exploration.
  ▪   Express themselves dynamically through risk-taking and resourcefulness.
  ▪   Cultivate a better understanding of who they are, and the unique talents god has given them
      through collaboration, creativity, and artistry.

Fine Arts Seminars Fall of 2021:

 Block 1:                           Block 2:                        Block 3:
    • Introduction to Theater          • Creative Writing              • Picture Books and
    • Motion Graphics                  • Writing for the Screen            Graphic Novels
    • Music as Literature                  and Stage                   • Piano
                                       • Show Choir                    • Introduction to Sketch
                                       • Jazz Ensemble                     Comedy
                                       • Dance

                                           Humanities
Description of the Program: The Humanities School of Excellence utilizes various methodologies to
explore social sciences in order to understand the individual, the greater community, and the
interaction and impact between/on the two. The disciplines of study include: Literature, History,
Modern Language, Cultural Studies, and Theology. The goal of this School of Excellence is to inspire
spiritual growth, appreciation of culture, and the development of critical thinking skills.

Humanities Seminars Fall of 2021:

 Block 1:                           Block 2:                        Block 3:
    • History of Conflict in           • Contemporary Issues in        • Reel History
        Ireland                            Shakespeare: Tragedies      • Portuguese
    • 1990s Pop Culture                • A Cultural Approach to
                                           Family History and

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•   American Cultural                  Genealogical Records:          •   Rewriting War
        History                            Where Do I Fit In?                 Memories Through
    •   Nature and Humanities          •   Philosophy                         Spanish Film
    •   Italian Cinema                 •   United States in Europe:       •   The Historical Jesus
    •   The Self: An exploration           1939-1945                      •   Colonial New England
        of Mind, Behavior, and         •   Conversational Italian         •   Tapas and Conversations
        Personality                    •   Archaeology of the Holy        •   French Canadian
    •   Unreliable Narrators in            Land                               Folklore
        Literature                     •   French Conversation
    •   Contemporary Moral
        Problems
    •   Elementary Spanish

                                     Law and Government
Description of the Program: The Law & Government School of Excellence engages students in insightful
study of the areas of governmental theory, foreign and domestic politics, as well as the world of law and
order. Courses within this School of Excellence challenge students' preconceived notions of the world
around them in politics and the law and provide students to have a real hands-on experience with
experts from the particular field of both important institutions. A certificate of completion in the Law
& Government School of Excellence demonstrates a student's understanding of the political and legal
world of today, with a foundation for a potential future in either field.

Law and Government Seminars Fall of 2021:

 Block 1:                           Block 2:                          Block 3:
    • American Civics                                                    • Social Justice and
    • Literature for Social                                                  Morality
        Justice & Cultural                                               • Cybersecurity
        Society in the Modern                                            • Landamark Cases in the
        Civil Rights Era                                                     Supreme Court

                             Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Description of the Program: The Leadership and Entrepreneurship School of Excellence strives to
provide students with challenging, varied, and in-depth seminars to increase their interest and
knowledge in the fields of Leadership and Entrepreneurship. The student will produce projects to
demonstrate certain competencies within both fields that align with the goals of the program below.
• To develop young men with the qualities of problem solving, creativity, logical thinking, ethics, and
  leadership who are socially responsible.
• To improve student preparation for college and career in business areas
Leadership and Entrepreneurship Seminars Fall of 2021:

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