2020-21 Program of Studies
Each year, usually near the end of the fall semester, Elmwood Park High School publishes a Program of Studies for the next school year. The booklet includes course descriptions as well as explanations of graduation requirements, grading and the course selection process.
The 2020-21 booklet is now available, and it features two main differences from previous editions. First, the new Program of Studies is organized around District 401's College & Career Pathways program. Second, because of the Pathways focus, the booklet includes information about Elm Middle School courses in addition to EPHS academics.
To download a PDF copy of the 2020-21 Career & College Pathways Program of Studies, please click the image below.
What's New for 20-21
As you consult the 2020-21 Program of Studies, please note that new classes will be offered at both the middle school and high school as part of the Career & College Pathways program.
► ELM COURSES
A complete listing of new Elm classes can be found on page 72. Course descriptions of all Elm classes for 2020-21 can be found on pages 73-85. In addition, a single table that lists all Elm and EPHS courses is available on page 18.
► EPHS COURSES
A full listing of all EPHS classes can be found on page 86. New classes are indicated with "20-21" in parentheses. Course descriptions of all EPHS classes for 2020-21 can be found on pages 99-128. Additionally, a single table that lists all EPHS and Elm courses is available on page 18.
About the Pathways Program
The goal of College & Career Pathways is to better prepare D401 students to compete and succeed in the global economy.
With the help of aligned programs of study and pathways exploration, students will graduate with well-developed post-secondary plans, stronger experiential learning opportunities and a diverse set of skills suited for academic and career success.
For more information about this initiative, please see pages 25-71 of the Program of Studies.