• All full-time students are required to take an English course each semester of attendance and must earn at least 48 credits in English before graduation. Seniors may elect an additional yearlong course if space is available. The English Department curriculum consists of yearlong courses. Students may take Honors-level courses in their sophomore, junior, and senior years. In the ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades, there are options that link the study of English with the study of history. These courses must be taken along with their history equivalents. Not all students who request these courses will necessarily be placed in them, as sections are limited. Students who enter the courses must make a serious commitment to remain in these courses, since if either the English or the history is later changed, the linked class must also be changed. All courses use an antiracist lens to study literature.

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