All Heritage Studies classes are held on Mondays & Wednesdays with the exception of Honors American History and World Religions, which are held on Tuesday afternoons.

HRM Book List 2014-2015

Supply Lists 2014 - 2015

Middle School (Grades 6 - 8)

In order to prepare students for high school history, world history is taught in a three year

Year One: Creation to the Fall of Rome (Ancient World History)
Year Two: Middle Ages through Reformation
Year Three: Growth of Nations to US Reconstruction

For the 2014 - 2015 school year, the Growth of Nations
to US Reconstruction will be covered.


Teacher:  Mrs. Fayee Czarnik

 High School (Grades 9 - 12)

High school history is composed of the following courses:

US History (Reconstruction to present day)
World History
American Government/Economics

(Not all history courses are offered each year at Home Run,
and there is not a definitive order in which to take these classes.
However, American Government and Economics should be taken later rather than earlier in high school because of the maturity level needed to understand the concepts. )



Students will study various cultural regions and countries; students will have a Biblical understanding of the earth, its people, and its resources.  Full-year course.

Teacher:  Mrs. Kathy Tierney

World History 

After a brief review of the course of human history through the Renaissance, the course focuses on the forces, people, and events that have shaped the modern world.  Although the course surveys Indian, Asian, and African history, the emphasis is on western civilization.

Teacher:  Mrs. Kathy Tierney

Honors American Government - Tuesday afternoons

This course approaches the study of American government from an analytical perspective, preparing students to take the AP US Government and Politics exam for college credit.  The course combines classroom and Internet instruction for a unique learning experience. 

Participation Requirements

Pre-requisite:  High school course in American Government.


American Government/Economics

Study of the foundations, structures, and functions of the political and governmental system of the United States from a Christian perspective. Introductory principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics, emphasis on the American system of free enterprise capitalism and the Biblical principles of work, wealth, and stewardship.  (Upper High School)

Mrs. Kathy Tierney

World Religions  - Tuesday Afternoons

Study of major non-Christian religions of today—Judaism, Islam, Eastern religions, atheism, and secular humanism.  Additional studies in Christian apologetics focused upon the Biblical, historical, scientific, and philosophical proofs for Christianity.

Mrs. Kathy Tierney

Parents will receive a book list . Home Run Ministries will supply the literature books and certain other class sets and will bill parents a rental fee for them.    Otherwise parents will be responsible for purchasing the books for the students.





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