Tuesday only Academic Classes
for Students in Grades 6-12

 

First Period (12:30 PM-2:00 PM)

 

Latin 1—Middle School (Mrs. Czarnik)

Basic sight-reading, grammar, vocabulary, and Roman culture using book 1 of the Cambridge Latin Series, humorous antics of Ceacilus’s family and friends in Pompeii, and multimedia presentations.

 

Spanish 1 (To be announced)

For students in grades 9-12 and advanced 8th graders.  Study of language development, vocabulary, introductory grammar, and culture; emphasis on conversational Spanish, but reading/ writing included.

 

Public Speaking (Mrs. Ates) (MS or HS)

Preparation and giving of speeches—extemporaneous, informative, persuasive ceremonial, and testimonial.

 

World Religions (Mrs. Tierney) (MS or HS)

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.

 

Environmental Science  (Mrs. Marguerite Armistead) (MS or HS)

Gardeners or wrecking balls? Make scientifically informed decisions concerning the world with this course designed to use analytical and critical thinking skills to explore God’s Earth from the macro-scale to the micro-scale, from ecological systems to biogeochemical systems, from renewable to nonrenewable energy sources, from waste that fertilizes to hazardous waste, and more.


Second Period (2:00 PM-3:30 PM)

 

Latin 2—Middle School (Mrs. Czarnik)

Expanding sight-reading skills, grammar, vocabulary, and Roman culture using book 2 of the Cambridge Latin Series, travels to Britannia and exotic Egypt, and multimedia presentations.

 

Spanish 2 (To be announced) (HS)

Study of language development, vocabulary, introductory grammar, and culture; emphasis will be on conversational Spanish, but reading and writing will also be included

 

Speech—Communication in the Digital Age (Mrs. Ates) (Grades 8-12)

Development of communication skills including writing letters, sending emails, posting on social networks, leading groups, improving relationships, giving oralreports, creating videos, websites, or blogs.

Pre-requisite:  Email address, Facebook account, & laptop or tablet

 

Honors American Government (Mrs. Tierney) (HS)

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. 

Pre-requisite:  HS course in Am. Govt.


Environmental Science (Mrs. Marguerite Armistead) (MS or HS)

Gardeners or wrecking balls? Make scientifically informed decisions concerning the world with this course designed to use analytical and critical thinking skills to explore God’s Earth from the macro-scale to the micro-scale, from ecological systems to biogeochemical systems, from renewable to nonrenewable energy sources, from waste that fertilizes to hazardous waste, and more.

 
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