G7-G8 課程: 修習美國中學7-8年級課程
|Science & Technology
|Computer & Information Technology
G9 課程: 修習美國中學9年級課程
|Info. & Computer Geography
G10 課程: 修習美國中學10年級課程
|Info. & Computer Technology
|Principles of Mathematics
G11 課程: 修習美國中學11年級課程
|Calculator & Vector
|Intro. Computer Science
UEIS聯合國際實驗教育機構 (United Education International School)的EAL課程(以英語為第二語言（English as an Additional Language,簡稱EAL）設置初學者到高級四個級別，適合各階段英語程度的學生，通過EAL英語強化迅速提升英語程度，12-15人的小班授課，讓每位學生有充分機會與老師交流。
- At least 180 minutes of instruction per week throughout the school year
(i.e., 108 hours of instruction for a full year course), or the equivalent
- Demonstrate their mastery of the learning outcomes in the course.
- An overall course grade of 70% (C-) or above in each subject, and successful completion of 24 credits are required to earn your UEIS’ High School Diploma.
Honors Courses and Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
- Instruction of more than the 150 hours.
- Honors courses require 8–10 hours per week for 30+ weeks.
AP courses require 10–15 hours per week for 30+ weeks.
- For a lab science course, instruction of a minimum of 180 hours is logged; the additional 30+ hours are for required lab work.
- For an elective course (such as physical education, art, music, or another course that that is not a core academic course), log 120+ hours for 1.0 credit and 60+ hours for 0.5 credit.
- Language Arts (English I, II, III, IV - regular, honors, or Advanced Placement®*): 4 credits
- Math (Algebra 1 and above): 4 credits
- Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Science elective): 4 credits
Social Studies (U.S. History, World History, American Government .5/Economics .5, Social Studies elective): 4 credits
- World Language (2 years in the same language): 2 credits
- Electives (Any other electives offered for credit): 2 credits
English – General
- Four years of English are required to graduate high school.
- Freshman and Sophomore years: Classes during these years will be primarily focused on developing writing and critical reading skills.
- Junior year: This year will focus on American literature, as well as continued development of writing skills.
- Senior Year: Electives
- Possible electives include British literature, creative writing, and world literature.
English – to Exceed Expectations
- Take honors or AP classes when possible.
- There are two AP English classes: English Language and Composition (usually taken junior year), and English Literature and Composition (usually taken senior year).
- There are three IB literature classes: Language A: Literature, Language A: Language and Literature, and Literature and Performance.
- Also consider taking additional English electives in areas that you're interested in, such as literature or writing.
Math – General
- Four years of math, including algebra and geometry
- Course order:
Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2/Trigonometry Pre-Calculus Calculus
- For STEM majors, most colleges require four years of math, sometimes including pre-calculus and calculus.
Math – to Exceed Expectations
- Take honors or AP classes when possible.
- There are three AP Math classes: Calculus AB, Calculus BC, and Statistics.
- There are four IB Math classes that cover roughly the same material but vary in difficulty and speed.
- Take pre-calculus and calculus, if possible.
- Take additional math-related electives such as statistics and computer math.
Science – General
- Four years of science, including biology and chemistry
- Freshman year: Biology
- Sophomore year: Chemistry
- Junior year: Physics or Earth Science
- Students who are more confident in their math and science skills typically take physics, while those who are not take earth science instead.
- Senior year: optional electives
- Potential electives include astronomy, environmental science, and human biology.
- For STEM majors, most colleges require four years of science, including physics.
Science – to Exceed Expectations
- Take honors or accelerated classes your first three years.
- Take physics instead of earth science your junior year.
- Take an AP science class your senior year.
- AP science classes include: Biology, Chemistry, Physics (1,2, and C versions), and Environmental Science
- There are seven IB science classes: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Design Technology, Environmental Systems and Societies, Sports, Education and Health Science
- You can also take more career-focused classes if your school offers them, such as job shadowing at a hospital.
Social Studies – General
- Four years of social studies, including US history.
- Freshman year: Introductory course
This can be a human geography course or another introductory social studies class.
- Sophomore year: World history
Junior year: US History
Senior year: Optional electives
- Possible electives include psychology, US government, and anthropology.
- Most colleges require completing at least two years of social studies, often including US history and World or European history classes.
Social Studies – to Exceed Expectations
- Take four years of social studies.
- Take AP classes when possible during your first three years.
- AP options during these three years include Human Geography, World History, European History, and US History.
- During your senior year, take an AP social studies elective, if possible. AP electives include Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Psychology, US Government and Politics, and Comparative Government and Politics.
- IB classes for social studies are offered under the group entitled "Individuals and Societies".
Foreign Languages – General
- Most high schools require students to complete one-two years of foreign language.
- Most colleges require one-two years of a foreign language, and highly competitive schools may require or recommend up to four years.
- Most high schools and colleges require that these credits all come from the same foreign language. For example, if your high school requires two years of foreign language, taking Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 will meet that requirement, but taking Spanish 1 and then switching to Italian 1 often won't
Foreign Languages – to Exceed Expectations
- Take one foreign language all four years of high school, including AP level if possible.
- You may also want to consider taking a second foreign language.
Other Classes – General
- Electives can be regular, honors, or AP level.
- They can relate to a core subject, such as statistics, creative writing, and zoology, or not, such as choir, drawing, and woodworking.
- Many high schools require students to complete one-four years of physical education. This may be waived if you participate in a school sport.
Electives – Business
Introduction to business
Electives – Science and IT
Computer repair Film production
Video game development
Electives – English
Communication skills Debate
English language and composition
English literature and composition
Electives – More English
Written and oral communication
Electives – Consumer Science
Chemistry of foods
Early childhood development
Early childhood education
Fashion and retail merchandising
Electives – Foreign Languages
American Sign Language
Electives – Math
Fundamentals of math
Electives – More Math
Electives – Performing Arts
Electives – Physical Education
Electives – Sciences
Electives – More Sciences
Electives – Social Studies
Electives – More Social Studies
Modern world studies
Electives – Visual Arts
Electives – Vocational Educations
Auto body repair
Electives – More Vocational Studies
Heating and cooling systems
Hospitality and tourism