Learning with Legos

Explore basic engineering principles and creativity by designing with basic LEGO materials. Each week a theme will be assigned and LEGO’s provided for in class use. There will be a mix of individual play, group project builds, and speed challenges. We will have an end of the year kit provided to build and take home […]

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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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Conceptual Chemistry

Regardless of your math skills or whether you remember much from any previous science course, you will be successful in this course. Students need to be able to read and navigate the web with an up-to-date browser. Students will complete assignments, requiring approximately 2-3 hours per week. While less math is required, students still need […]

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Focus on Writing

In this class, we will learn how to write a variety of essays: narrative, persuasive, expository, compare & contrast, and descriptive essays. We will learn how to use MLA format, to include bibliography. Each essay will also focus on revising and editing skills. The conclusion of the class will be a research paper. This class […]

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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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General Science 7/8

Students will learn about the scientific method, analyzing and interpreting information through experiments. We will cover an introduction to DNA, cells, and human body systems. Students will explore foundations of geology and archaeology. We will learn about the 6 simple machines and observe how they are used in daily life. We will conclude the the […]

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Learning Spanish II with Literature

Second year Spanish using a variety of poetry and literature. We will learn the structure of the Spanish language through grammar and vocabulary. We will apply what we learn by exploring Spanish texts such as Bible verses, poems, and excerpts from books.  A minimum of one year of Spanish is required.  If you can’t get enough of Spanish, then this is the class for […]

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Old Testament/New Testament Survey

This class can be credited as Language Arts, History, Social Studies, Religious Studies, Geography, or Service Project Suggested Grades: Mature 6th Grade and up without discipline issues This course will offer students a survey into the history presented in the Old and New Testament. We will NOT cover every verse of the Bible, but will […]

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Marketing & Advertising

Students will conduct research to determine what information can be used when selling products without making false promises. Students develop advertising strategies by analyzing advertising styles used in different mediums, such as TV, radio and print. Students learn methods for creating advertising plans for the media and testing their effectiveness. identify their target audiences, such […]

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Math Basics

This course will simply cover 4 modules: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division It is intended for the student that needs more practice at each or any of the modules. Each module will receive equal instruction over the entire year. Students will be required to complete what will equal to 5 days of homework a week, even […]

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Health & Anatomy

This new Health and Anatomy class is designed to help children explore the structures that make up their body, and how the various parts of their body work together. It is important for children to see how different foods and exercise is good for different organs of the body. This course will include the introduction […]

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