The Courses

Nazareth Regional High School strives to inspire our student’s unique talents, while balancing their critical and creative thinking across the curriculum. Our long tradition of academic rigor is designed to inspire and motivate student interest, and create a love of learning.

Sample Programs for our students year by year are as follows:

Freshman

  • Religion 9
  • English 9
  • English 9 Honors
  • Living Environment (Regular or Honors)
  • Algebra 1 (Regular or Honors)
  • Global History I or AP Human Geography
  • Physical Education
  • Code Java
  • Spanish I
  • Dance, Music or Art
Sophomores

  • Religion 10
  • Global History II or AP World History
  • English 10 or Advanced Literature
  • Geometry
  • Earth Science, Chemistry, Chemistry Honors or Physics
  • Physical Education or Weight Training
  • Spanish II
  • Street Law or Constitutional Law
  • Health
  • AP Computer Science Principles, AP Computer Science A
  • Dance II, Music II or Art II
Juniors

  • Religion 11
  • English 11 or AP Language
  • US History or AP US History
  • Algebra II (Regular or Honors)
  • Physics, Anatomy and Physiology, or Forensic Science
  • Physical Education or Weight Training
  • Spanish III
  • Psychology, Sociology or Creative Writing
  • AP Computer Science Principles or AP Computer Science A
Seniors

  • Religion 12
  • College Composition and Literature and Film or AP English
  • American Government and Economics or AP World History
  • Pre-Calculus and Calculus and/or Statistics
  • Anatomy and Physiology, Forensic Science, Advanced Biology or Intro to College Chemistry
  • Physical Education or Weight Training
  • Creative Writing, Psychology or Sociology
  • AP Computer Science Principles or AP Computer Science A
  • ASU Online Class

College Credit Options

Juniors and Seniors enrolled in eligible courses at Nazareth can earn up to 50 college credits through our partnerships with St. John’s University, St. Joseph’s College, Long Island University, and Arizona State University. Successful students can transfer these credits to the college of their choice in most cases, thus starting ahead of other students when beginning their collegiate careers at campuses across the country.

College courses for the 2018-2019 school year include:

College Composition 3 credits
American Literature 3 credits
Introduction to Creative Writing 3 credits
Pre-Calculus 3 credits
Calculus 4 credits
Statistics 6 credits
Psychology 3 credits
Psychology 3 credits
Sociology 3 credits
Intro to Human Communication 3 credits
Macroeconomic Principles 3 credits
Human Origins 3 credits
Intro to Computer Programmers 3 credits
Intro to Human Inheritance 3 credits
Intro to Therapeutic Recreation 3 credits
College Literature 1 3 credits
Cultural Anthropology 3 credits
Computer Graphics 3 credits