Nolensville High School Course of Study
Courses offered at NHS may require a sufficient number of student registrants in order to be offered during the year. If there is not sufficient interest in a particular course, it may not be provided during the upcoming year. To register for Honors and AP classes, students need the recommendation of their current-year teachers. The registration process for the upcoming school year begins in the second semester of the current year.
Courses are offered at the following levels at Nolensville High School:
Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
These courses are designed to prepare a student to earn college credit through the successful completion of the AP Test in a particular subject area.
These courses extend the state-mandated curriculum by adding additional honors-level standards to the course scope and sequence
College Preparatory Course
All courses are considered college preparatory unless specifically labeled otherwise. At NHS, we expect our standard-level courses to demand rigorous work from students.
These courses are open only to students who have been approved and placed in the course through their Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
The following documents show the available courses by grade level and a summary of the elective focus options.
- 9th Grade Offerings
- 10th Grade Offerings
- 11th Grade Offerings
- 12th Grade Offerings
- Elective Focus Areas
For course descriptions, see the WCS Program Planning Guide.