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American History

Students will study early American history from a Christian perspective in an effort to understand the foundation and guiding principles of our nation. Students will study an event and the atmosphere in which the event occurred, as well as the impact it had on the future of America.

Art I and II

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

Bible I

In this course, the students will focus primarily on the Old Testament. They will learn the history, literature, culture, and geography of the Bible.

Bible II

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.


In the Grace Academy computer lab, students will learn multiple software application so they will gain greater confidence in using Mac computers.


This class will focus on the exploration of theatre performance, improvisation, creative dramatics, beginning scene work, historical and cultural connections, and technical requirements.

Geography/World Studies

The world in which we live is fascinating, fast-paced, dangerous, and beautiful. Therefore, geography should be exciting! In this class students will study Units 1-3, including Americas, Europe, and Russia.


This class will focus on health education, exposure to sports, learn basic exercises, and traditional PE games.

Math (6th grade – 4 Days)

Units will include: decimals; fractions; rates, proportions, & percents; basic geometry; measurement; operations with rational numbers (including negative numbers); probability and statistics; and simple algebraic expressions.

Music/Worship Team (8-12)

This is an introduction to worship class with emphasis on developing creative and technical skills in the musical production of contemporary worship. Students will learn to perform worship songs in a band format.