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Art

This class will build on the elements of art: line, shape color, value, texture. Students will create projects that increase their awareness of art throughout their world.

Bible

Using Scripture as the primary source, students will explore the following topics; the life of Christ, the work of the Holy Spirit, character traits exemplified in Bible characters, and the life of the Apostle Paul.

Computer

In the Grace Academy computer lab, students will develop confidence when using Mac computers by being exposed to multiple software applications and repetitive use.

Drama (K-5)

Students will learn theater skills, techniques and history by performing simple skits and plays based on parables and popular fairy tales, incorporating the principles of Galatians 5:22-23.

Health/PE

This class is to help improve student sport skills and fitness.  Students will participate in exercises, games and various sports.

Math (4th Grade)

This class will involve review and expansion of basic concepts, emphasizing two-digit multiplication and division, fractions, decimals, and measuring.

Math (5th Grade)

This 4 day a week class will involve review and expansion of basic concepts, emphasizing place value, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, percents, geometry, probability and integers.

NC History/Geography

Students will journey through the history and geography of North Carolina. There will be stops along the way to highlight prominent historical events and people.

Reading Comprehension I

Students will study literary elements, including main idea, cause and effect, fact or opinion, inference, prediction, setting, etc.

Reading Comprehension II

Students will refine vocabulary through knowledge of prefixes, suffixes, context clues, and stems. Students will explore fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and …

Science I

Students will develop science process skills by participating in hands-on activities, study of the student text and projects.

Science II

Students will develop science process skills by participating in hands-on activities, study of the student text and projects.