Placement Criteria/Applications for Courses
2019-2020 High School Grouping Procedures
- English Placement Criteria 2019-2020 High School
- Mathematics Placement Criteria 2019-2020 High School
- Science Placement Criteria 2019-2020 High School
- Social Studies/History Placement Criteria 2019-2020 High School
2020-2021 AP Applications and Level Change Requests
English Courses: College Comp, AP Seminar, AP Language, AP Literature
Mathematics Courses: Request for Level Change, AP Statistics
Science Courses: AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental, AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2, AP Physics C
History Courses: Request for Level Change, AP American Government, AP European History
Senior English Options
For a comparison of the Senior English course (College Composition and Literature) and the typical Senior English course (English 4), please follow this link.
Junior English Options
For a description of the three Junior English course options - AP Seminar, AP Language and Composition, and the English 3 class - please follow this link.
Tomorrow's Teachers is a new 21st Century Life Skills elective for rising seniors who may be interested in pursuing the field of education in college. For further information and details, please follow this link. For the application to be considered for this elective, please follow this link.
Summer Programming at JPS
Summer class in Programming at JPS for students who have taken E 258 (Computer Science) or CSC 133 (MCC course C++). Programming course can only be satisfied through an Edison Schools course either as the EHS full-year course or the JPS Summer course; CSC 165 at MCC cannot be used for advancement. Students cannot complete summer computer science coursework for advancement from 8th to 9th grade. The application is available via this link and the fee will be $600. Running of the course is contingent upon enrollment numbers.