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INFINITY Online is a semester based program.
 
  • Course Descriptions.  Course Catalog with Descriptions
  • Course Syllabus.  If you would like more detailed information, course syllabi for each course can be found here: Syllabus Review
  • College Credit Options.  Classes with (CIS) after are available as both High School and Concurrent College Credit courses (see College Credit link at left for more info).
  • Full Year Courses.  Courses that have both A/B are full year courses (1.0 credit);
    • segment A (.5 credit) is offered in the Fall
    • segment B (.5 credit) is offered in the Spring
  • All other courses are .5 credit, one semester courses; (when registering, all semester-length courses are considered  one segment ("Segment A") in length, however, as is the case for many semester length courses, Segment A/semester length courses are often offered either Fall or Spring semesters)
NOTE: students and counselors from member districts needing a flexible option (or different segment for a full year course) other than semester based should contact the INFINITY office.

 

Fall Semester

 
Math
Algebra I A
Algebra II A
College Prep Math
Consumer Math
Geometry A
Pre Calculus A
Statistics A (CIS)
 
Science
Anatomy & Physiology A
Biology A
Chemistry A (CIS)
Ecology
Marine Biology A
Weather & Meteorology
 
Social
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (CIS)
Criminology
Economics
Cultural Geography (CIS)
U.S. Government
U.S. History I - Early American
World History I - Ancient Civilization
 
English
Composition I (CIS)
Creative Writing
English I A
English II A
Myths & Legends
Short Stories
World Literature
Young Adult Literature
 
Electives
Accounting
Art Around the World
Career & Job Skills
Fitness for Life
Health & Wellness
Health Occupations
Marketing
Personal Fitness
Photography & Design
Psychology
General Psychology (CIS)
Study Skills
Web Design
American Sign Language I, II A
French I, II A
Spanish I, II, III A 

Note: World Language courses will require video conference meetings 4 times per semester for students to gain practice with group conversational skills

Spring Semester


Math
Algebra I B
Algebra II B
College Prep Math
Consumer Math
Geometry B
Probability & Data Analysis
Pre Calculus B
Statistics B (CIS)
 
Science
Anatomy & Physiology B
Astronomy
Biology B
Chemistry B (CIS)
Forensic Science
Marine Biology B
 
Social
Criminology
Economics
Introduction to Economics (CIS)
U.S. Government
U.S. History II - 20th Century Topics
World History II - Modern Civilization

 
English
American Literature
Composition II  (CIS)
Creative Writing
English I B
English II B
Myths & Legends
Technical Writing
Young Adult Literature
 
Electives
Art Appreciation (CIS)
Computer Programming
Fitness for Life
Health & Wellness
Human Growth & Development (CIS)
Interior Design
Introduction to Game Design
Medical Terminology (CIS)
Money Management
Personal Fitness
Personal Development
Photography & Design
Psychology
American Sign Language I, II B
French I, II B
Spanish I, II, III B

Note: World Language courses will require video conference meetings 4 times per semester for students to gain practice with group conversational skills