Academics at Monarch High - Core Courses and Resources


    As students progress into the higher grades of their educational careers, their learning includes mastering academic standards, undergoing social-emotional development, and applying knowledge and skills in new situations. Our benchmarking of progress, achievement, and growth will ensure all students’ needs are met along their personalized educational pathways toward college, career, and life readiness. Learn about the core courses Broward County Public Schools offers to help our students become well-rounded, successful individuals. 



  • Four students working in a science lab

    Science education extends students' understanding of the world around us through scientific inquiry, laboratory activities, and technological experiences.


  • Four high school females and one male sitting outside studying English

    English and Language Arts engage students in reading, writing, speaking, and listening experiences.


  • Students working on math problems on a whiteboard

    Mathematics encourages students to explore observations, problem-solving methods, and ask questions. Click here for Math help.

Social Studies

  • Students gathered around a table working together

    Students learn concepts in the areas of Geography, World History, American History, Economics with Financial Literacy, and Government.

  • Technical College Dual Enrollment Information for high school Juniors and Seniors

    Career Dual Enrollment

    Earn your high school diploma, obtain an industry credential or license, and qualify to earn articulated college credit all while in high school. Atlantic Technical College (ATC) can help you meet these goals and prepare you for your future. As a Career Dual Enrolled (CDE) student, you will share your day between ATC and your home high school. This means you will be able to complete an industry approved, high-skill, high-wage technical program while you are completing high school graduation requirements.

    Career Dual Enrollment opportunities are open to all Broward County full time high school students, age 16 years or older and who have completed at least 11 credits, with a minimum 2.0 GPA. If your home address and your assigned home high school is north of Sunrise Boulevard, transportation may be available to you.  Some programs require that you provide your own transportation.  Prospective students should see their home high school counselor to discuss Career Dual Enrollment options.

    If you feel ATC’s Career Dual Enrollment program could be right for you please review the Admissions Brochure and complete the following.  (All must be completed before you can be considered a candidate for Career Dual Enrollment.)

    • Attend a CDE Orientation
    • Submit a completed application that has been signed by your parents and guidance counselor
    • Take the Minimum Basic Skills Test or an approved alternative assessment
    • Meet with a program counselor at Atlantic Technical College to review your transcript and test scores

    For more information, please contact Michelle Zegarelli, Monarch Guidance Data Specialist at
    Monarch High School. 754 - 322 - 1400

    Atlantic Technical College Career Dual Enrollment Information page.
    Select Academincs & Programs tab to see all of the programs available.
    Select the Comprehensive Program List and see more specific information on each program area.

    Information QR flyer
    Career Dual Enrollment Programs
    Atlantic Technical College Career Dual Enrollment Information

    Tech dual enrollment flyer    ATC Career Dual Enrollment programs  ATC Dual Info

  • Aviation Maintenance

    Join the exciting Aviation Maintenance industry. South Florida is a hotbed of aviation activity, and aviation maintenance is a critical component of the industry.

    Aviation Maintenance is an exacting profession with little room for error. If you like to work with your hands and your brain, then this may be the field for you.

    Broward College is licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration to offer all of the training you need to earn the two licenses you will need in order to work in the field.

    Visit the Aviation site for more information.

    Supply Chain Management

    South Florida is a hub for import and export activity, making the area a center for logistics and supply chain management careers. The expansion of current global markets, the introduction of new markets, and improvements in American transportation technology and infrastructure have only increased the need for talented logistics personnel in our own backyard.

    The Broward College Supply Chain Management programs are designed to prepare you to manage and coordinate all logistical functions in an enterprise, ranging from acquisitions to receiving and handling, through the internal allocation of resources to operations units, to the handling and delivery of output.

    Visit the Supply Chain Management site for more information.

    Eligibility Requirements

    Initial Eligibility Requirements:

    • Be enrolled as a student in a Florida public or nonpublic secondary school or home education program in Broward County
    • Minimum 2.5 unweighted high school grade point average (GPA)

    Continued Eligibiltiy Requirements;

    • Complete a Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form each term with parent/legal guardian, student, and school counselor signatures
    • Maintain a 2.5 unweighted high school GPA
    • Maintain a 2.0 Broward College GPA
    • Earn a grade of "C" or better in each college course

    Dual Enrolled students who receive a "D" or "F" grade are no longer eligible to participate in the program.

    How to Enroll

    Step 1: Confirm with your school counselor you meet the eligibility requirements. You must have a minimum unweighted high school GPA of 2.5 or higher.

    (Continuing students skip to step 3)

    Step 2: Submit a Broward College application. Students may use the Guide to Apply

    Please ensure you know your BC Email and password as you will need them to log in to your BC account. It will be 24 hours after you apply before you will be able to log into your BC One Access Account. 

    Note: If you are a NEW student, you will need to log in to your BC One Access Account and set up your account and security questions BEFORE you will be able to click on the link below in Step 3 to complete the Dual Enrollment Recommendation online form.

    Step 3: Complete the online Workforce Dual Enrollment Form. You will need your BC user ID and password to log in to your BC One Access Account to complete this form.

    Before you can submit your online Workforce Dual Enrollment Form, you will need to ensure you have uploaded the Broward College Dual Enrollment Parent/Legal Guardian Form.

    Once the form is signed and submitted by you, your form will be routed to the school you chose on your form for review and approval.

    Step 4: When Broward College has approved your form (after having been approved by your school), you can view the approved form.

    You can access your completed form by following the below steps:

    1. Go to the Workforce Dual Enrollment Form
    2. Log in to BC One Access
    3. Click Forms History
    4. Click the PDF of your current term's form

    Step 5: After BC has processed your form and registered you for your Workforce Dual Enrollment Courses, you can log in to myBC to view your schedule. Click Registration and My Schedule.

    Step 6: It is time to get your books! About three weeks before the term begins, books will be available to order online OR you may go to the bookstore and pick up your books. Visit the Bookstore website for hours of operation.

    You are not responsible for the cost of your textbooks. Follow these instructions on how to order your books online.

    Step 7 (if needed): If you are receiving any kind of disability services at your school, these services do not automatically transfer to BC when you become a student. You will need to visit the Accessibility Resources Office and work with an advisor to determine if those same services can be provided here at Broward College.



    North Campus Program - 12th Grade Only

    Transportation: Student is responsible for own transportation.

    Course Days and Times: 5:00 pm – 10:15 pm (Monday - Friday - in person)

    Aviation Maintenance - Fall Semester
    Course ID Course Name
    AMT1081C FARs, Forms, and Privileges
    AMT1011C Aircraft Drawings
    AMT1070C Mathematics
    AMT1050C Ground Operation and Servicing
    AMT1041C Materials and Processes
    Aviation Maintenance - Spring Semester
    Course ID Course Name
    AMT1090C Basic Physics
    AMT1031C Fluid Lines & Fittings
    AMT1021C Weight and Balance
    AMT1060C Cleaning and Corrosion Control
    AMT1001C Basic Electricity


    Supply Chain Management


    Course ID Course Name Semester
    SCM1001 Intro to Transportation and Logistics Fall
    SCM1161 Supply Chain Management Fall
    SCM2060 Customer Service Management Spring
    SCM2221 Warehouse Operations Spring
    After both semesters, students will have earned 12 credits towards the 18-credit Technical Certificate 6308 (Logistics and Transportation Specialist) as well as 4 SCPro™ Fundamentals certifications from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. Students can take the remaining two courses in the Summer term to complete the TC.

    For more information about the Broward College Workforce program, click here to access the website.