Art 2-6

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. One definition of Art is “the […]

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Piano K-3

This class will teach the basics of music including playing with a steady beat, singing on pitch, note and rhythm reading, keyboard technique, theory, and music appreciation. Students will be introduced to famous composers and compositions. They will have an opportunity to practice both vocal and instrumental participation in class, applying skills to the learning […]

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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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Play Write

This course is designed to develop the writer’s individual theatrical style through the writing of scenes and a 1-act play (or work toward a full-length play). Students will explore the dimensions of writing for the stage through key areas of craft, including language, dialogue, the essentials of dramatic form, and structure. They will also focus […]

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Math 7/8

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. Measurements, both […]

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Psychology

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. This course focuses on the diverse […]

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Language Arts 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, language, and methods of writing focusing on content, style, organization and mechanics. […]

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Cultural Geography

This course introduces students to fundamental issues and concepts that will help them understand the world in which they live. It focuses on the dynamic and complex relationships between people and the environments they inhabit. Students will learn the basic geographical tools and concepts needed to understand the complexity of places and regions and to […]

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Biology w/Lab

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. This course is a comprehensive high […]

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H.S. Government / Economics

Government (Fall) This class will explore American government through a Christian world view. Students will study American government from its foundation to the present, using the Constitution and current events to understand the functions of our federal government and their role as future voters. Economics (Spring) This one-semester course is designed to help students understand […]

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World History

From the Ancient world to the Modern world, lets explore the past and see how it shapes the future. This course will cover two semesters and include Ancient Civilizations, The Eastern World (Byzantine Empire), Medieval Period, The Renaissance, Age of Reason, Industrial Revolution and European Society, and the Modern World including the Great War to […]

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5th Grade Social Studies through Art

This Monday class is designed for 5th grade students and will be a survey of American History and Geography. We will be utilizing the book, Geography Through Art as an exciting way to springboard our survey and study of geography and social studies. We will use parts of several geography texts, video clips and in […]

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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.

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Language Arts 4/5

This challenging class will focus on spelling, pronunciation, vocabulary, comprehension, listening, grammar and punctuation, critical thinking, and writing. A variety of learning games and movement activities will be used. For most 4th and 5th grade level students, this class will cover a full year of comprehensive language arts. Homework time should be planned for 4 […]

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ASL – 2

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. This course is designed to be […]

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