• Language Arts 10
    1 Credit
    Grade 10
    Beginning with an examination of a failed utopia, this course continues to engage students in an exploration of humans’ desire for a free and perfect world. We consider what is important in an ideal society and discuss the issues that complicate our world. By reading and responding to short stories, poetry, essays, informational texts, and drama, students continue to develop their appreciation of literature, critical thinking, and writing skills. They also expand their ability to respond meaningfully to literature through interpretation and analysis. Students write in a variety of modes including narrative, expository, and argumentative. Students also study college-level vocabulary and develop PSAT, SAT, and Keystone Exam skills.
    Required summer reading: Incoming sophomores must complete the summer reading assignment before the first day of school. The assignment will be posted on the Collegiate Academy website in June.