Program of Studies

Saint Xavier's program of studies offer the core curricular classes at many levels so that the pace of the sources and methods of instruction match the individual student's needs and foster maximum growth and success. Numerous choices in electives allow a student to identify and develop his talents and interests as well. A student may be placed in different programs or at different levels for specific subjects based on his skills and needs. St. X boasts over 220 level-specific courses to satisfy the needs and interests of all our students.

Freshman - (EXCEL)

Theology 8918/8919; English 1119; Algebra I 3119; Biology 4119; World Geography 5119; Health/PE 7055/7056; Reading 1519; Math Fundamentals 3619

Freshman - Academic

Theology 8015/8016, 8018/8019; English 1113, 1115, 1117; Algebra I 3115, 3117 or Geometry 3215; Biology 4113, 4115, 4117; World Geography 5113, 5115, 5117; Health/PE 7055/7056; Study Hall; World Language or Fine Arts Requirement

Freshman - Honors

Theology 8011/8012; H English 1111; H Math 3211, 3213, 3113; H World Language; H Biology 4111; H World Geography 5111; Health/PE 7055/7056

Sophomores - (EXCEL)

Theology 8928/8929; English 1129; Geometry 3229; IPS 4229; World Civilization 5229; 2 Fine Arts Requirements or Choice of Electives

Sophomores - Academic

Theology 8025/8026, 8028/8029; English 1123, 1125, 1127; Geometry 3225, 3227 or Algebra II 3335; World Language; Environmental Science 4525 or Chemistry 4335; World Civilization 5223, 5225, 5227; Fine Arts Requirement or Choice of Elective

Sophomores - Honors

Theology 8021/8022; H English 1121; H Math 3321, 3333, 3223; H World Language; H Chemistry 4321, 4322; H World Civilization 5221; Fine Arts Requirement or Choice of Elective

Juniors - Traditional

Theology 8037, 8038; English 1138; Algebra II 3338; U.S. History 5338; Intro to Spanish I 2238; Chemistry 4338; Fine Arts Requirement or Choice of Elective

Juniors - Academic

Theology 8035, 8036; English 1133, 1135, 1137; Algebra II 3335, 3337 or Pre Calculus 3445; World Language; Chemistry 4335, 4337, Applied Physics 4447 or Physics 4445; US History 5333, 5335, 5337; Fine Arts Requirement or Choice of Elective

Juniors - Honors

Theology 8031, 8032; H English 1131 or AP English 1930; H Math 3431 and 3531, 3432, 3333; H World Language; H Physics 4432 or AP Physics I 4945; Chemistry 4942; H US History 5331

Seniors - Traditional

Theology 8047, 8048; English 1148; Finite Math 3648; Intro to Spanish II 2248, Fine Arts Requirement and/or Electives to complete Graduation Requirements

Seniors - Academic

Theology 8045, 8046/8052; English 1143, 1145, 1147; Precalculus 3445 or Elem of Calculus 3545; Fine Arts Requirement and/or Electives to complete Graduation Requirements

Seniors - Honors

Theology 8041, 8042/8052; AP English 1940, 1941 or Honors English 1141; AB Calculus 3942; BC Calculus or H Precalculus 3432; Fine Arts Requirement and/or Electives to complete Graduation Requirements

Electives to Complete Graduation Requirements

Accounting
American Government

American History 1945-Present

Anatomy
Art: Introduction to Art & Design, Ceramics, Drawing & Painting, Graphic Design, Sculpture, IPhotography

Broadcasting
Business Administration
Computer: HTML and WEB Page Design, Programming in JAVA, Computer Animation, Robotic Programming, Computer Science

Computer Applications

Creative Writing I, II
Drama: Acting, Directing, Improvisation
Economics

Engineering I, II

Environmental Science

Exercise Physiology

Film Study & Filmmaking
Forensic Science

Global Issues

History of Rock and Roll

Independent Research in Science
Introduction to Speech
Journalism

Mechanical Drawing, CAD

Music: Chorus, Digital Music, Instrumental Music, Jazz, Percussion

Personal Finance
Philosophy

Photojournalism
Physical Education: Strength & Fitness
Psychology

World Languages: Chinese, French, German, Spanish


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