Program of Studies

1998 - 1999

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Letter of Introduction

Dear Parents and Students,

Boothbay Region High School offers a well-rounded curriculum that provides opportunities for every student. This Program of Studies defines the graduation requirements, descriptions of programs, program requirements, and other school related information.

The student's responsibility is to discuss his or her potential course of study with parents, faculty, and the guidance counselor. Please note that courses are offered as a result of student demand; therefore, some changes may occur in the courses listed. However, every effort will be made to meet individual student needs.

I urge students to plan their schedules carefully and with an eye toward the future. With careful deliberation , student choices regarding program and course selections will assist in creating meaningful opportunities upon graduation.

If you have any questions we are here to help and are always willing to assist you in any way that we can.

Sincerely, < P> Jack Tourtillotte


Boothbay Region High School

Statement of Purpose

We believe that all students have the ability to learn and that learning is an individual growth experience which occurs at different rates and in unique patterns throughout a person's life. High expectations will lead students to develop the academic, intellectual, and life skills to participate constructively in society. The school environment should foster positive self-esteem, encourage respect for diversity, and promote self-awareness and appreciation of the world. Education is a team responsibility which begins with the family, extends to the school, and encompasses the entire community.

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