Center for Education and Human Development

Glen Allen High School

  • Exploration of human development and psychology as it relates to education; models best practices for teaching and other leadership roles
  • An advanced studies program in social studies and English
  • Comprehensive curriculum that explores the complexities of the learning process and utilizes the latest technology to develop educators and other leaders in the 21st Century
  • Emphasis on research-based instructional practices and 21st Century skills necessary for success in the global society

Sample Four-Year Curriculum

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Grade 9

Center Module I


  • English 9
  • World History and Geography II
  • Child Growth and Development
  • Mathematics Science
  • Health and P.E.
  • World Language

Grade 10

Center Module II


  • English 10
  • Technology and Communication in the 21st Century
  • AP Psychology
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Health and P.E.
  • World Language
  • Economics and Personal Finance (online)

Grade 11

Center Module III


  • AP English 11
  • AP US History
  • Foundations of Teaching and Learning (1/2)
  • Instructional Design (1/2)
  • Mathematics or Elective
  • Science or Elective
  • World Language or Elective
  • Elective

Grade 12

Center Module IV


  • AP English 12
  • AP Government
  • Internship/OrganizationalDevelopment and Leadership
  • Diverse Learners
  • Mathematics or Elective
  • Science or Elective
  • World Language or Elective
NOTES
  • Refer to Diploma Requirements to determine which graduation requirements apply to you.
  • It is highly recommended that the students complete World History & Geography I before enrolling in this Center. This course is required for the Advanced Studies Diploma and the Center Diploma Seal but is NOT included in the Center’s curriculum.
  • All students must successfully complete the Economics and Personal Finance course.
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
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