The P-CEP curriculum is extensive with 183 units of credit taught during the school year. Courses in the basic core are supplemented by a variety of enrichment opportunities including 13 (thirteen) Advanced Placement offerings. The arts (visual and music) and a broad spectrum of courses in business education, world languages, physical education, life management and technology education help to define the comprehensive nature of the curriculum. Programs unique to one building are available to all students.
In order to lead productive, fulfilling lives in a complex and changing society and to continue learning, the graduates of the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools shall have demonstrated the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to:
- Communicate with words, numbers, visuals and sound.
- Think and solve problems to meet personal and academic needs.
- Function as citizens in local, state, national and global communities.
- Explain both the diversity and the interdependence of people.
- Work cooperatively both in groups and independently.
- Develop physical and emotional well being.
- Contribute to the economic well being of society.
- Recognize the ethical issue citizens? face within a global community.
- Understand and appreciate human creativity as represented
- in the fine and performing arts.
- Apply technology recognizing both the potential and limitations of the application(s) chosen/selected.
Adopted by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Board of Education September 28, 1992
The PROGRAM OF STUDIES publication is part of the Guidance and Counseling program at P-CEP and lists all of the courses, classes and requirements for each.
P-CEP students discuss courses, classes and Program of Studies