Geography through Art (Middle School)

Discover the world through art! This class will utilize the curriculum Geography Through Art, which highlights the various features of countries around the world through sketching, artist profiles, culture connection boxes, internet resources, recipes, maps, and leveled projects for multi-age use. The art projects touch on 27 countries, including Egypt, Ghana, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, China, India, […]

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Critical Thinking

It is never too early to develop the skill of thinking critically and analytically. Using thinking games, mysteries, riddles, memorization, and word puzzles, among other activities, students will have so much fun they won’t know they are learning and stretching their minds. Current events will train students to read, analyze and present news stories in […]

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Texas History

Texas History students study the history of Texas from early times to the present. Students examine the full scope of Texas history, including the cultures of Native Americans living in Texas prior to European exploration and the eras of mission- building, colonization, revolution, republic, and statehood.  Students will be able to explain the influence of the U.S. […]

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Musical Theatre

Students will learn musical numbers from popular musical productions and movies.  All levels of experience welcome, class is structured to showcase individuals as well as group abilities. Acting and improvisation games and exercises will also help students prepare these numbers for recital. A parent or guardian is required to attend the first class. Requirements: dress to […]

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French 1 (Middle School)

In this class, we will learn the basics of French grammar and developing a good vocabulary as a foundation for becoming lingual in French. We will learn how to properly pronounce the words we are learning and how to listen and interpret simple language patterns. The student should be prepared to practice vocabulary progressively on […]

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Guitar 2

This class will review/reinforce the basics as needed, then move beyond to learn and master new elements. It is designed for those with more than 1 year of experience. Direction in “how to play” is accompanied by information and workbook material relating the guitar to music theory. Concepts include playing rhythm guitar, melody, bass, barre […]

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Guitar 1

This class is an introduction to the three pillars of guitar: reading music notation, tablature, and chords. It is designed for those with limited (less than 1 year) or no experience. Direction in “how to play” is accompanied by information and workbook material relating the guitar to music theory. Following this course, students may continue […]

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American History Middle School

This exciting curriculum uses the study of history, geography, landmarks, biographies, and critical thinking to tell the story of our nation and prepare students for high school. Curriculum includes lessons in literature, which parents may do at home.

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S.T.E.M. Science Class

Students will work together in groups to design, build, and problem solve to complete a task.  Tasks will progressively become more challenging – from levitating ping-pong balls to building mouse trap cars. Each task will incorporate scientific concepts and real-world research. Students will learn in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. 7th-8th grade.  6th graders if they are […]

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L.A. 5th-7th

Total Language Plus and Progeny Press are comprehensive language arts courses covering: Vocabulary, spelling, reading comprehension, and writing while promoting active reading and reflective thinking.  Literature studies will provide the stimulus for writing with assignments that stimulate and nurture creative expression. In the first semester students will focus on Creative Writing. In the second semester […]

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Sports equipment with a football basketball baseball soccer tennis and golf ball and badminton hockey puck as recreation and leisure fun activities for team and individual playing.

P.E. – Sports for All

Do you have children, boys or girls, 3rd grade -12th grade who might be interested in football, basketball, baseball, and other team sports, but were afraid of being around others that might be “better” or intimidating? Maybe you couldn’t find the right program to let your student experience a variety of sports that was low […]

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Math 7/8

Min 5/Max 10 Fundamentals of Math seeks to firm up the math foundation laid in previous years, filling in any cracks and misunderstandings of the basic structure of our math system. Whole numbers, number theory, equations, decimals, and fractions are emphasized in the context of understanding how these principles work, going beyond rote memorization of procedures. […]

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L.A. 7/8

This is a comprehensive language arts and literature studies course that will cover: Writing, vocabulary, spelling, and reading comprehension, while promoting active reading and reflective thinking. Literature studies will provide the stimulus for writing and assignments will give students exposure to the elements, the language and the methods of the writing focusing on content, style, […]

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Algebra 1

Algebra 1 covers all topics in a first-year algebra course, from proofs, statistics, and probability to algebra-based, real-world problems.  Tests and quizzes are given in class. Prerequisites: Math 7/8 or Pre-Algebra or teacher approval.

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Creative Writing and Reading

Min 5/Max 10 This 32-week course will provide students the opportunity to think and write creatively.  Reading and writing opportunities will help us explore a variety of genres from poetry to the art of the short story in this class, as well as the other necessary mechanics needed to improve composition skills.  The goal of this […]

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