Degrees and Certifications:

Interdisciplinary Courses

The Radnor High School integrated interdisciplinary courses are designed to be suited to the needs of the gifted-identified learner; however, a student who is not identified as gifted may be enrolled in the class with a teacher recommendation.

These four integrated courses use a rigorously paced interdisciplinary approach (combining Social Studies and English) with above-grade and college level materials. Students are to be proactive, both in assignment completion and in the continued development of skills and intellectual inquiry. In-depth analysis of topics outside those presented in the classroom is an expectation, as per the interdisciplinary model. Discussion and analysis will be drawn from a larger variety of topics and sources than in other levels. The goal is continued intellectual independence and mastery of a wide variety of topics and points of view to prepare students for the most challenging colleges.

Courses: The American Experiment (formerly Gov. & Econ.); Global Issues; Viewpoints on Modern America/AP Language and Composition; Senior Seminar