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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High School 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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Language Arts 11/12

This comprehensive language arts and literature studies course will cover vocabulary, spelling, and reading comprehension while promoting active reading and reflective and critical thinking. Literature studies will provide the stimulus for writing and will give students exposure to the language, elements, and methods of writing, focusing on the six traits of exceptional writing (ideas, organization, […]

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H.S. Government / Economics

Government (Fall) This class will explore the American government through a Christian world view. Students will study the 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. 1:00-2:30 on Tuesdays in the Fall. Economics (Spring) This […]

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British Literature: Shakespere Alive

We will explore the world of Shakespeare- the language, the history, the intrigue! As we study the writings of this mastermind, his vivid imagery, intricate thought, and meaningful themes will serve as an inspiration to help us develop our own thinking and writing. We will act out scenes, memorize soliloquies, and bring the thespian out […]

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High School World History-Roman Empire to the French Revolution

Using materials by Diana Waring, titled Romans, Reformers, Revolutionaries, students will explore the Middle Ages with a Church History perspective. Included in the course: the rise of the Church and the fall of Rome, the Byzantines, the rise of Islam, the Holy Roman Empire, Crusades, Renaissance & Reformation, the Great Awakening, the American and French […]

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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

The student text offers high-interest, approachable lessons that break concepts into small, manageable sections. Numerous exercises help students learn how to apply the primary concepts, while step-by-step examples of problem-solving strategies provide examples to follow. The workbook provides reinforcement and practice. Students enrolled in Section “A” may use Section “B” as extra practice, or in […]

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Math 4

This class meets 2 times a week for one hour each. Parents should add more home instruction to facilitate the assimilation of math concepts. Math 4 will not become the solid foundation it is intended to be without daily practice at home. Welcome to Math 4 with the BJU press curriculum! Place Value & Money […]

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Language Arts 4-6

This challenging class will focus on spelling, pronunciation, vocabulary, comprehension, listening, grammar and punctuation, critical thinking, and writing. For most 4th to 6th grade level students, this class will cover a full year of comprehensive language arts. Homework time should be planned for 4 days per week minimum. Most students will need one hour per […]

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ASL – 2

This course is designed to be vocabulary rich.  Students will be learning to sign class conversations, stories, and songs.  As the year progresses, less and less voice will be used as sign language skill increases. Students will develop their own sign language vocabulary notebook as new vocabulary is expanded.

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ASL – 1

This course is focused on learning vocabulary, ASL sentence syntax, and signing sentences. Learners will grow to be able to have basic conversations and sign simple stories. We will also learn several songs.

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Kindergarten

Give your child a joy-filled start to their school-age years and come be a part of our community at the Center for Home Education. Students will enjoy a thematic, integrated curriculum full of music, hands-on activities, and interactive games. They will learn the basics of reading and math using 0-20, and experience interacting with new […]

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Acting & Improv

Ages 12 and up will learn about character development and analysis, along with exercises in projection, posture, and focus. By working through monologues and scenes as well as different improv exercises, students will learn valuable acting skills, including keeping character, proper stage movement, blocking, and timing. Students will perform in the recital for parents and […]

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Acting Up

This class will improve acting skills, give you confidence for your next audition, and keep you in theatrical shape for future productions! Includes character development and analysis and exercises in projection, posture, and focus. Some of the skills learned include keeping character, proper stage movement, blocking, timing, etc. Monologues, duets, and scenes will be prepared […]

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