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Copy of Transitioning to Middle School and Following the Path to Hig

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Programs
Regular Courses
Advanced Courses
Gifted Courses
Academics:


MS Credit Requirements
Language Arts 3
Mathematics 3
Social Studies 3
Science 3
Electives 6 (1.5 P.E.)
High School Courses Offered:

Algebra 1 Honors (7th and 8th)
Geometry Honors (8th)
Physical Science Honors (7th and 8th)
Biology Honors (8th)
Florida Virtual School:
Elective Offerings:
Extracurricular Athletics/Clubs:
Surf Bal Bay Police Athletic League

(PAL)
Art and Digital Photography
Cheer leading
Basketball
Flag Football
Soccer
Volleyball
Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor K-8 Center
Triumphs
"A" Rated School for 15 Consecutive Years
100% Success Passing Rate on all EOC Exams
The Only Florida MS Participant in the UF Science Symposium
Place Every Year at the FIRST Robotics Competition
100% Acceptance Into MBSH Scholars Program
Science Fair Finalists Entered at the State Competition
Place in all Categories at the History Fair
Yearly Participants in the All State Music Program
Students Attend the Invitation Only UM Science Camp
High Acceptance Rate to New World School of the Arts and DASH
Transitioning to Middle School and Following the Path to High School
Academic Tracks:

Art Design and Visual/Performing Arts
Engineering and Technology
Law and Political Science
Business and Entrepreneurship
*Must maintain B average to earn HS credit.
Course Advancement
Course Recovery
*Independent home study program
Art Appreciation
Band
Broadcasting
Computers (1 Semester)
Creative Writing
Dance
Drama
Guitar
Journalism
Law
Academies:

Clubs
Acceptance Alliance
Builders Club
FEA
Garden Club
History and Geography Club
Recycling Club
SECME
Sterling Bobcats
Orchestra
Peer Counseling
Physical Education
Physical Fitness (1 Semester)
Problem Solving/Critical Thinking
Robotics
Spanish
Speech and Debate
Vocal Techniques
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