School seeks expanded offerings



Seymour High School officials want to offer two new classes in the fall to increase advanced curriculum and foster interest in the visual arts.

Assistant Principal Catherine DuBois recently sought approval from school board trustees to add Advanced Placement physics and photography to the school’s course offerings.

DuBois said having AP physics available will help better prepare students to take college-level classes and give them the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school.

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