Available courses

For students new to OdysseyWare courses, this course will teach you how to log in to your OW course, submit answers/submit lessons/quizzes/tests; how to write within the course and use the grammar/spell checker. This will answer all your questions.

In this course we will closely examine the FITT Principle and how it applies to the Health-Related Fitness Components.  We will be participating in various activities designed to improve current and future Health-Related Fitness Components.

Learn how to go virtual with your classes in Moodle. 

English 9 is a required English/language arts class for all incoming freshmen.  The course lays the foundation of reading, writing, speaking, researching, and literary anlaysis skills that will be needed throughout high school.

In English 10 students continue their work on improving their reading, writing, speaking, and research skills.  Highlights  in Term A are propaganda,  persuasive writing, and the book Hiroshima.  Term B students will read one of the most popular novels of the 20th century, To Kill a Mockingbird.

This course consists of outstanding works of literature from around the world. Readings and discussions will center on novels, plays, poetry, children’s literature, and essays from non-English speaking countries. Students will be exposed to literature from a variety of countries and cultures.

In this course we will study a variety of heroes from classic and modern literature as well as heroes from movies and real life.  Our guiding questions:  What makes a hero?  Are all heroes equal? Do we choose our heroes or  does our culture choose our heroes?

Be prepared to do formal presentations, written papers, projects, small and large group discussions, and on-line collaboration.

Anglo Saxon Literature through the Renaissance

This one-semester course covers litertaure from Beowulf throught the 19th Century.

Students trace the history, development, and influence of automation and robotics. They learn about mechanical systems, energy transfer, machine automation and computer control systems. Students use a robust robotics platform to design, build, and program a solution to solve an existing problem.

Algebra 1 is a foundational course designed to teach the "rules" of math.  These rules are then applied to real-world situations or incorporated into higher level mathematics. This class is spread out over 4 terms.

Students who pass this course with a B or better can earn 5 math credits from MPTC.

Algebra 1 is a foundational course designed to teach the "rules" of math.  These rules are then applied to real-world situations or incorporated into higher level mathematics.

Circle With and Without Coordinates

Connecting Algebra and Geometry through Coordinates

Similarity, Proof, and Trigonometry

Applications and Probability

Congruence, Proof, and Constructions

Extending to Three Dimensions