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English I (9-10)

This course focuses on both grammar and literature. Students will review capitalization and punctuation rules, as well as, grammatical structures that are necessary for composing sentences, paragraphs, and essays.

English I Honors (9-10)

Students will study great poets and authors in order to learn effective literary devices that will be useful in their own writing.

English II (9-10)

This course consists of an extension of grammar learned in English I and a literature series. A reading and comprehension component to this course will aid students in interpreting literary devices used by great writers.

English II Honors (9-10)

In this course there will be a study of 7 works of literature to examine not only literal content, but the figurative meaning and literary devices used by poets and authors. This course is designed for students who enjoy reading. Teacher recommendation is required.

English III (10-12)

During the first semester, students will complete a research paper using the MLA (Modern Language Association) format. This will include choosing a topic, forming a thesis statement, researching the topic, creating an outline, and writing a research paper using in-text citation. In the second semester, students will analyze four literary works covering various genres.

English III Honors (10-12)

During the first semester, students will complete a research paper using the MLA (Modern Language Association) format. This will include choosing a topic, forming a thesis statement, researching the topic, creating an outline, and writing a research paper using in-text citation. In the second semester, students will analyze four literary works covering various genres. There will be an in-depth focus on author’s voice, style, and language use.

English IV (11-12)

This course focuses on literature and composition. Students will analyze four literary works including an epic, an American play and European works. Students will learn about various types of composition.

English IV Honors (11-12)

This course focuses on advanced literature and composition topics. Students will analyze four literary works. Students will learn about various types of composition including position papers and responses to literature. In an effort to prepare students for college, students will also improve their grammar and vocabulary skills, as well as develop a writing portfolio.

Essentials of College Math (Grades 11-12) (4 Days)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Grace Academy Issued Placement Test) – This course emphasizes understanding of math concepts rather than just memorizing procedures. This equips them with higher-order thinking to apply math skills, functions and concepts in different situations.

Fashion Merchandising

In the course, students will explore the business side of fashion by covering these four important components, visual merchandising, trend forecasting, marketing and fashion design.

Geometry (9-11) (4 Days)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I) – This course is an organized and logical study of the use of undefined terms, definitions, postulates, and theorems and will be an in-depth study of the concepts of geometry.

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.