Critical Thinking “B” 6-8

Description: Critical thinking is the ability to read something, analyze it, and make real-world applications with the information. Its direct application will vary with the type of text students read. Critical Thinking. … In its most basic expression, critical thinking occurs when students are analyzing, evaluating, interpreting, or synthesizing information and applying creative thought to […]

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Middle School Spanish 7/8

This class will focus on basic language concepts and vocabulary, including numbers, colors, food, seasons, days of the week, along with basic conversational phrases. We will explore cultural topics, current events, and units that go along with holidays and seasons. The goal will be to relate the students’ normal life experience to what is being […]

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Our World: Pilgrims Progress

Life in Our World is an adventure for every boy and girl, every man and woman. Just like Christian, the hero of Pilgrim’s Progress, we’re all on a journey toward the Celestial City, and we all meet curious characters along the way. No matter what country we live in. There are dangerous characters as well […]

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God’s World Science

50% of this class is inspired by the 100 devotions about God and Science, “Indescribable,” by Louie Giglio. “The heavens tell the Glory of God. And the skies announce what His hands have made.” Psalm 19:1. These devotions take students on the journey of God’s creativity by reading, discussing, writing, drawing, praying and doing a […]

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Jam Session

Join us for Tuesday Jam Sessions! Tuesdays 12-1 outside at the green tables. This is a free way to give anyone a chance to have some fun and make music with other people. What we hope you all will learn from this is musical dynamics, group dynamics, and being able to play together and not […]

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Cake Decorating Class

This is a one semester course for students who are serious about cake decorting. We will start out discussing and learning about piping bags and tips.  Students will be instructed which ones to purchase and bring to class. Students will make frostings in class and practice making decorations on a board prior to decorating an […]

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Fitness Class

Students will need resistance bands with or without handles and 5-10 pound weights. Students need to come to class dressed and ready for a workout.  Bring a water bottle to class. This class is only for students who are serious about getting into shape by working hard. Students must adhere to the dress code.

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School Success

Does your child struggle with note taking, study skills, or organization? Maybe all of those? Does your child just need to brush up on these essentials to be successful in high school and college? This class will teach them the following skills to improve school success: Determine their learning style and then how to take […]

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Annie, Jr. – Crew Camp (musical)

The student crew acquire the skills to support all areas of a theatrical production, including set design, lighting, and sound. July 22-Aug 3 5 hrs a day, 4 days a week for two weeks plus 3 performances Camp: MTWTh 10 am – 11:30 am dedicated crew class Crew also stays for the afternoon camp 12-5 […]

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Annie, Jr. – Cast Camp (musical)

The student cast receive professional direction in all areas needed to perform a full dramatic production. Musical productions include vocal instruction. July 22-Aug 3 5 hrs a day, 4 days a week for two weeks plus 3 performances Camp: MTWTh 12-5 pm Performances: August 1-3 Th, Fr, Sa at 7:30pm

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – Crew Camp (non-musical)

The student crew acquire the skills to support all areas of a theatrical production, including set design, lighting, and sound. July 8-20 4.5 hrs a day, 4 days a week for two weeks plus 3 performances Camp: MTWTh 11 am – 12:30 pm dedicated crew class Crew also stays for the afternoon camp 1-4 Performances: […]

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Middle School Science 7/8

Science in the Beginning, is the first book in a hands-on, multilevel science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all students. In addition, there are three levels of review for each lesson, so the parent/teacher can choose […]

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Cursive & Beginning Writing 5th-8th

We will begin the year by learning how to write in cursive. We will transition into Dictation and the forming complete sentences, in cursive.  If your student has difficulty with spelling, grammar, punctuation, then this class is for them. I will teach Spelling rules. If your student is an experienced writer, this is not the […]

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Geology, Meteorology, Oceanography

Moving from the ground up, students will learn the history of the earth; the soil, rocks, and fossils; oceans, seas, lakes, and rivers; the atmosphere; and space; from a Biblical, creation-based perspective. This High School lab-based course will require approximately 2 hours of homework per week. Students will be asked to write a 5 page […]

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