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Our Mission is to inspire and prepare all students to realize their potential and enhance our global community.

Program of Studies
for the 2018 - 2019 School Year

English


The West Hartford English curriculum is comprised of full-year freshman, sophomore, and junior courses plus a variety of full-year and semester courses for seniors. While courses vary in content, focus, and level of difficulty, core academic skills - literature and language study, writing, and critical thinking - receive careful attention in every course. In addition to helping students develop interest and proficiency in these areas, English teachers provide students with extended and individual assistance through the teacher-student conferences, portfolio work, and preparation for graduation requirements.


After completing the required English 9 and English 10 courses, students choose among the elective offerings for a program suitable to their preparation for college or career. To meet district and state requirements, all students must earn four English credits. Three of those credits must be earned in full-year courses.


Grade 9
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12

Full Year Courses:
Honors English 9
English 9

Full Year Courses:
Honors English 10
English 10

Full Year Courses:
Advanced Placement English Language & Composition (ECE)*
American Literature

British Literature-Hall only

World Literature-Hall only

Full Year Courses:
Advanced Placement English Literature & Composition (ECE)*


Advanced Literature: 21st Century Studies (ECE)*


Humanities - Conard Only


Voices of Inspiration and Rebellion - Hall Only

Women's Literature (ECE)* - Conard Only

World Literature - Conard Only

Semester Courses:
Women's Literature, Breaking the Silences - Hall Only

Women's Literature, Redefining the Roles - Hall Only

Multicultural Perspectives in American Literature - Hall Only

Writing: Description & Narration - Hall Only

Writing: Argument & Persuasion - Hall Only

Journalism - Hall Only

Creative Writing - Hall Only

*Students in this course may earn UConn credit for this course (English 1010: Seminar in Academic Writing or English 1011: Seminar in Writing Through Literature) if they get a C or above on the writing projects throughout the school year. The writing tasks will vary in length, but by the end of fourth quarter, students will have composed 25-30 pages of revised academic writing. **ECE Credit for Advanced Placement English Language and Composition is available at Hall only.

  • Advanced Literature: 21st Century Studies
  • Advanced Placement English: Language & Composition
  • Advanced Placement English: Literature and Composition
  • American Literature
  • British Literature - Hall Only
  • Creative Writing - Hall Only
  • English 10, English 10 Honors
  • English 9, English 9 Honors
  • Humanities - Conard Only
  • Journalism - Hall Only
  • Multicultural Perspectives in American Literature - Hall Only
  • Voices of Inspiration and Rebellion - Hall Only
  • Women's Literature - Conard Only
  • Women's Literature: Breaking the Silence - Hall Only
  • Women's Literature: Redefining the Roles - Hall Only
  • World Literature - Conard Only
  • World Literature - Hall Only
  • Writing: Argument and Persuasion - Hall Only
  • Writing: Description and Narration - Hall Only

West Hartford Public Schools

50 South Main St, West Hartford, CT  06107

T: 860-561-6600

F: 860-561-6910

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