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Cooking 101

Have you ever wondered how to make your own spaghetti? Or how to make a pizza from scratch? What about the different ways to cook eggs, or how to make a pie crust? In this hands-on cooking class, you will learn all of that plus more! We’ll discover the basics to cooking meals and baking, […]

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Triple Threat Training

Ages 12 and up will receive rigorous physical and vocal training through learning and performance of upper level music, interpretation and choreography. Students are required to perform in recital but are not required to audition for nor guaranteed a spot on the Triple Threat Texas Show Choir.

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Logic & Critical Thinking

Learning critical thinking skills helps students think in all subject areas. Teaching your children to think critically about what they see, hear, and read is key to guiding them into becoming contributing high school students and young adults. The objective of this course is to teach a practical, functional, strategic approach to help students reason […]

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Drama Works

Scene study and performances of the classic dramatic playwrights such as Shakespeare, O’Neill and Ibsen. Scene choices will depend on class size and experience.

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Grammar: Foreign Language Prep

The goal of this class is to build, strengthen, and understand the grammar of our English language. It is essential in the study of foreign language, a requirement in public schools in Texas. One cannot easily grasp the concepts of a foreign language when they do not understand how their own language functions. You will […]

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Early U.S. History

American History can be fun and exciting to learn. No boring lectures here! During our class we will create interactive notebooks utilizing hands-on learning from Teachers Pay Teachers. Join this class and experience lively discussions, demonstrations and interesting activities as we experience the birth of our great Nation. This EARLY American History Curriculum includes: Native […]

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Stage Combat & Dance

Basic staging of hand to hand combat and sword play using elements of movement and dance. Includes falling and tripping techniques as well as proper stretch and strengthening exercises. Can be counted as a physical education course. Students are encouraged to participate in recital but not required.

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Penmanship /History/ Art 5th-8th

The class will be divided into 2 parts. The first half will be technical. The seconnd half of the class will be writing about history, starting with Creation and creating artwork to go with the writings. *This class would not take the place of High School History. A. Penmanship & More Using simple techniques, we […]

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Reader’s Theatre

This class is for students who do not want to be in a stage production but would like to learn about the performing arts. Students will use only vocal expressions as they read a script adapted from literature. It requires no sets, costumes, props, or memorized lines. Reading fluency will improve throughout the year. This would be a […]

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God’s Guys

Helping shape boys into men, Jeffrey Chadwick will encourage, challenge, and motivate young men in their walk with Christ. We plan on having a covenant in that class because it relates to a godlike class. The parent and the student will need to sign it. The covenant will be taken seriously and should students decide […]

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Penmanship, Social Studies & Art 4-7

4th-7th grades Students will form letters correctly and will begin cursive writing during the first semester. Using “Draw, Write, Now” books, students will create pictures to go with their writings. Artwork will be collected and laminated for a year-end portfolio to share with parents. Social studies and additional art lessons will be gleaned from children’s […]

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Beginning Writing 7th/8th

This class is for students who have not had formal instructions in writing or for reluctant writers who need some additional encouragement and instruction. Starting slowly, students will read samples taken from the Writing portion of the STARR tests. Students will be asked to give their opinion as to the quality of the samples. Students […]

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Servant Leadership

In this class, we will find each students’ strengths, abilities, talents, and what type of service they enjoy. We will cover characteristics of a servant leader, such as listening skills, empathy, awareness, stewardship, and building community. We will explore examples of servant leaders. Each student will keep a volunteer hours log. This is a good […]

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Speech & Debate

This class will help improve confidence in public speaking, develop articulation and vocal control, and learn verbal and nonverbal communication, critical thinking, and listening skills.

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A Cappella Class

This class will rehearse and perform a capella numbers, both gospel and secular. We will also have some numbers that involve light choreography. Looking for both males and females with strong voices. Currently requesting 5th grade and up . Need all parts (Alto, Soprano, Tenor, Bass). Must pass a small audition before being admitted to […]

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Perseverance Training

Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as though you were working for the Lord and not for people (Colossians 3:23). We are not to be lazy. Students, when you “work” by doing your school work, you are working for the Lord. You are to do your best and by doing your […]

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