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Academics and Completer Programs

BCPS Registration Guide
For the BCPS Graduation Requirements organized by the year you started High School and the Course Registration booklet, use the following link:
http://www.bcps.org/offices/curriculum_and_instruction/courseguides-programs.html

AP Courses at Perry Hall High
The Advanced Placement Program (AP) enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school, with the opportunity to earn credit (points toward an undergraduate degree) or advanced placement (the opportunity to skip an introductory level university course) by taking and receiving a certain score on the AP exam.  AP is recognized in the admissions process by more than 4,000 universities worldwide, and outside the U.S., more than 600 universities in more than 65 countries recognize qualifying AP Exam scores (College Board, 2016). For further questions or interest contact your school counselor.

AP Courses Currently Offered
Art History                                                                            Human Geography
Art Studio                                                                            Music Theory
Biology                                                                                 Photo Studio
Calculus BC                                                                        Physics 1&2
Chemistry                                                                            Physics C
Chinese 5&6                                                                       Psychology
Computer Science                                                          Spanish 5&6
Economics                                                                          Statistics
English 11 & 12                                                                   US Government
Environmental Science                                                  US History
French 5                                                                               World History

Completer Programs at Perry Hall
Completer Programs are different pathways allowing you to fulfill your high school graduation requirements while taking classes you’re interested in along the way.  Think of completers as you would choosing a major in college.  You must choose one completer to graduate high school but many students choose to fulfill more than one completer which would be considered completing a “dual completer.”

College Completer Class of 2017, 2020, 2021 
*Check admissions requirements of each college
Prerequisite: none
2 Credits of World Language in high school* (UMD System requires 2 in same For. Lang)
2 Credits in any academic elective (Science recommended)

College Completer Class 2018 and 2019
Prerequisite: none
2 Credits of World Language in high school* (UMD System requires 2 in same For. Lang)
1 Credit in any academic elective (Science recommended)
1credit of mathematics
*Check admissions requirements of each college

 Advanced Technology Education
Prerequisite: Found. of Eng, or Eng. Prin (H) or Eng. Tech (AA/GT)
Advanced Design Applications
Advanced Tech. Applications
2 Credits in any elective courses

Business Administration/Marketing
Prerequisite: none
Principles of Business Administration & Management
Accounting I
Marketing I
Marketing II

Carpentry Crafts
Prerequisite: none
Carpentry Careers 1 & 2 (combined 2 credit course) and
Carpentry Careers 3 & 4 (combined 2 credit course)

Career Research & Development
Prerequisite: none
Introduction to Career Research & Development (1 credit)
Advanced Career Research & Development (1 credit)
Work-Based Learning (2 credits through job/volunteer hours)

Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
Prerequisite: Start in 10th; Min. GPA 2.5; CTE Application
Foundations of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
HSEP Administration of Justice 1
HSEP Administration of Justice 2
CCBC Course or Internship in Homeland Security

 Information Technology – Computer Science
Prerequisite: Completion of Alg. 1 credit
Foundations of Computer Science
AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science A
One of: IT CCBC Course DCOM 141, 235, 215, 258, CSIT 214, 212 or Internship

Project Lead the Way: Biomedical Sciences**
(Incoming Class of 2020 and beyond)**
Prerequisite: By application only for incoming 9th and 10th
Principles of Biomedical Sciences
Human Body Systems
Medical Interventions
Biomedical Innovation PLTW Biomed CWE

To print a copy of the Completer Programs offered at Perry Hall HS: College Completer