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Advanced Functions/Modeling Honors (11-12) (4 Days)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Grace Academy Issued Placement Test)- This course is to lay the groundwork for further study of mathematics at a college level. Standard Pre-calculus topics (Algebra III and Trigonometry) are presented.  The difference with this course is that the basic concepts of Algebra II are reviewed at a slower pace and more depth in order to achieve the firm foundation in Algebra that is necessary for success in college-level mathematics.

Algebra I (9-10) (4 Days)

This is a concentrated course which will involve the mastery of various math concepts including operations with real numbers, solving equations and inequalities, polynomials, exponential operations, factoring, functions, systems of equations and more.

Algebra II (10-12) (4 Days)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I & Geometry) – This course includes a review and expansion of Algebra I concepts, irrational and complex numbers, quadratic equations, functions, and problem solving.

Algebra II Honors (10-12) (4 Days)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I & Geometry. Grace Academy teacher or director will determine placement for this course.) – This course is a more in depth study of the Algebra II curriculum with a faster pace and comprehensive understanding of the concepts.

American Government/Economics (Grades 11-12)

Students will develop an understanding of government through a study of our founding documents, the Constitution of the United States, the government of other countries and our government at a national, state and local levels.

American Government/Economics Honors (11-12)

 (Prerequisite: American History) – Students will develop an understanding of government through a study of our founding documents, the Constitution of the United States, the government of other countries and our government at a national, state and local levels. Through additional reading, term papers and oral presentations, these students will learn the structure and importance of our government and economy.

American History I (9-10)

Students will study the story of America from a Christian world-view beginning the pre-colonization period and ending with the Civil War Era. Using primary sources, discussion, and research, they will analyze historical themes, compare and contrast historical events, and learn to think critically about the past.

American History I Honors (9-10)

Students will study the story of America from a Christian world-view beginning the pre-colonization period and ending with the Civil War Era. This honors course is fast-paced, participation-enriched, and focused on understanding the historical happenings and their impact then and now.

American History II (10-11)

Students will continue the story of America from a Christian world-view beginning with the Reconstruction era.  This course will cover the historical facts of our history as well as how God has moved in our nation. We will start our journey with Reconstruction and end with Desert Storm and the Middle East exploring how the past has forged the America of today.

American History II Honors (10-11)

Students will continue the story of America from a Christian world-view beginning with the Reconstruction era, and continuing through the Middle East/Desert Storm Era. This course is fast-paced, participation-enriched, and focused on understanding the historical happenings and their impact to then and now.

Art 3D

This is a studio course emphasizing experimentation of form and space in three dimensions. The elements and principles of design will be stressed in all projects. Projects will focus on creating sculptures using different types of materials such as: clay, wire, paper mache, plaster and recyclables. We will discuss well-known artists with each project.

Art Foundations

This is a studio course emphasizing improvement on perception skills as well as drawing and painting skills used in two dimensional art. The elements and principles of design will be stressed in various projects. The projects are structured around drawing, painting, and printmaking and mixed media units.