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World History Honors

This course is outlined to study man’s passage through time in ancient civilizations and his growth and development throughout recent, well-documented history.

World History Honors Online (9-12)

In World History, we will utilize a Christian worldview to explore history from Creation to the 21st century. With a strong focus on historical figures and civilizations, students will work to draw conclusions about how our modern world relates to history.

World History Online (9-12)

In World History, we will utilize a Christian worldview to explore history from Creation to the 21st century.  This course will start with the beginning of our world and work to relate the major points in history to our lives now.

Writing

Students will be using the WriteShop curriculum in this course. WriteShop Primary uses hands-on activities to teach the concepts of the writing process at the very simplest level.

Writing

Students will become skilled and confident writers as they learn to develop strong paragraphs through choosing vivid, descriptive words and using sentence variations by forming sentences of different lengths. Students will grow in their brainstorming and planning skills, gain confidence in writing creatively and learn new ways to edit and revise their stories and reports.

Writing (First Grade)

Students will be using the WriteShop curriculum in this course. WriteShop introduces and builds on the steps of the writing process through engaging activities and creates an environment that promotes a joy of learning. Lessons are divided into Activity Sets to fully cover a topic without hurrying the child.

Writing (Kindergarten)

Students will be using the WriteShop curriculum in this course. WriteShop introduces the steps of the writing process through engaging activities and creates an environment that promotes a joy of learning. The program accommodates beginning writers as well as developing writers.

Writing I (6–7)

Students will learn to compare and contrast various elements, write a thesis statement, create an outline and write using first and third person.