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Course Selection & Catalog

Click Below to access the Academic Course Catalog for the 21-22 Academic Year!

Spring/Summer 2021


NOTICE: Incoming Freshmen, Class of 2025 students, have the opportunity to select Fine Arts & World Language preferences on their Registration Forms once they register. These forms are obtainable through the Admissions Office.


 An Important Message from the Assistant Principal

We ask that students and parents reference the Course Catalog found on the BP website under the Academic tab and familiarize themselves with the courses being offered. Check your Power School account to see what courses you are already offered. Select carefully taking into account your interests and requirements.  

Subject teachers recommend students to move to different levels based on the students' grades. Students requesting a level change should have a discussion with their content area teachers to gain approval. Level changes are not guaranteed. 

There are limited seats available in our AP courses. Please review all prerequisites to see if you qualify. Students who successfully meet the criteria of an AP course will be required to sign a contract in regard to enrollment, summer work completion, and rigorous course expectations.

If any student fails to submit their course selection, the Academic Office will choose the courses.

Be advised that courses are NOT guaranteed until rosters are mailed to students in September of 2021




New Courses Offered for the 2021 - 2022 school year:

Theology Department
Principles and Choices
History of the Catholic Church through Film/Sacred Scripture
ELA Department
Understanding Shakespeare
Fine Arts Department
Honors Theater
Science Department - each AP offering depends on enrollment
AP Chemistry
AP Biology
AP Physics
AP Environmental Science
Business Computer & Information Technology Department
AP Computer Science A & AP Computer Science Principles
Introduction to Business / Business Economics


If you want to sign up for a realCollege course please email as soon as possible as these courses fill up quickly.  The paperwork for realCollege courses may be found in Ms. Dolceamore’s office, Student Affairs, Room 121. The forms and payment must be submitted by June 1st in order for your roster to be created.


Delaware County Community College applications are available in the Academic Office.  DCCC’s application asks the student to submit a high school transcript, Bonner & Prendie students are not required to do this, DCCC will obtain the transcripts directly from us.  The completed application must be mailed directly to

Ms. Sue Oakley

Delaware County Community College

901 South Media Line Road

Media, PA  19063 



DCCC courses will not be included on your high school report card.


Are you curious about the AVLI (formerly JVLA) program?  

Click the Course Catalog below to review the offerings in our course catalog. Email Mrs. Fitti with the course(s) you want to take. Students and parents will be required to sign a contract with Bonner & Prendie in regard to AVLI courses and the course drop procedures and penalties.