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Art (8-9)

This class is for 8th and 9th grade students who are ready to develop and expand their own artistic style through the exploration of different art processes and mediums.

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.

Art I and II

Students will learn to refine their artwork by learning specific techniques, proper terminology, and self critique.

Bible

This course is a survey of the history, literature, and content of the New Testament. We will focus on Jesus Christ as we unfold God’s plan of redemption.

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.

Biology (9-10)

This course provides a detailed introduction to the concepts, methods, and application of general biology. Emphasis is placed on practical understanding of the vocabulary of biology. This course includes laboratories and dissections.

Biology Honors (9-10)

This class is a college-prep introductory study of life according to God’s wonderful creation. In this honors course, students will study the five kingdoms of organisms, cellular structure and functions,…

Biology Honors (9-10)

This class is a college-prep introductory study of life according to God’s wonderful creation. In this honors course, students will study the five kingdoms of organisms, cellular structure and functions, Mendelian genetics, evolution, and molecular biology.

Biology Online (9-10)

This course provides a detailed introduction to the concepts, methods, and application of general biology. Emphasis is placed on practical understanding of the vocabulary of biology. This course includes online labs and virtual dissections.

Calculus Honors (11-12) (4 Days)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II & Pre-Calculus) – This course introduces the basic concepts of calculus, including the definition and application of derivative to polynomial, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions.