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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, Mendelian genetics, evolution, and molecular biology.

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.

Chemistry (11-12)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I, Biology & Earth Science)  – This physical science course gives high school students a foundation in Chemistry.

Chemistry Honors (11-12)

(Prerequisite: Biology, Earth Science and have taken or currently taken Algebra II) – This physical science course gives high school students a foundation in Chemistry. This course will benefit students who are interested in pursuing a career in the math/science field, as it is a more extensive coverage of the Chemistry curriculum.

Christian Growth (Boys)

Christian Growth/Discipleship is specifically designed to help young men understand the teachings of the faith, as well as encouraging and assisting them to grow closer to Christ.

Christian Growth (Girls)

In Christian Growth for Girls, students will discover who they are in Christ and discover the radiant beauty and power of God in their lives.

Community Relations/Missions

How can we, as Christians, share our faith in the diverse, fast-paced culture of today’s world? In a nation where people are becoming increasingly skeptical of religion and hostile toward Christianity, how can we fulfill our mission of being the salt of the earth?

Computer

Students will further their knowledge of managing budgets, creating visual aids for presentations, and formatting documents used for real world situations in Microsoft Office.

Computer Graphic Arts

Students will learn design techniques, how to find creativity, and express themselves through the use of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, & Indesign.

Drama

Students are introduced to the basics of theater. This includes theatre vocabulary, the parts of the stage, blocking, basic acting techniques and script evaluation.

Earth/Physical Science (9-10)

Students will discover and explore topics such as the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, weather, and structure of the earth, environmentalism, the physics of motion, Newton’s Laws, gravity and astrophysics through a lab and project approach.