Overview

The English curriculum strengthens students’ ability to read independently; to comprehend, analyze, and interpret both fiction and non-fiction texts; to identify and communicate in written form using diverse types of writing; to communicate effectively both in speaking, listening and writing; and to conduct inquiry-based research and cite sources properly.

Faculty

Courses

English I-9 Introduction to World Literature
EE10
English I Introduction to World Literature
Ms. Janet Iafrate
EE14
Honors English I Introduction to World Literature
Ms. Janet Iafrate
EH14
English II-Introduction to American Literature
Ms. Bridget Mahon
EE34
English II-10 Introduction to American Literature
EE30
English II-Introduction to American Literature
Mrs. Christine Meko
EE34
Honors English II-Honors Introduction to American Literature
Mrs. Christine Meko
EH34
English III - Introduction to British Literature
Ms. Bridget Mahon
EA56
Honors English III - Honors Intro to British Literature
Ms. Gail Sutton
EH56
Advanced Placement (AP) English Literature
Mrs. Christine Meko
EA74
English IV - The Role of Women in Literature
Ms. Bridget Mahon
EE 76
Journalism/Basilian Pillar Newspaper
Ms. Gail Sutton
EB34
Honors English IV - Honors Role of Women in Literature
Ms. Gail Sutton
EH74
Creative Writing
Ms. Janet Iafrate
EC32
Advanced Placement (AP) Language and Composition
Ms. Janet Iafrate
EL54
Public Speaking
Ms. Janet Iafrate
EK32
Shakespeare
Mrs. Christine Meko
ES54