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Photography II

This class is designed for students who have basic photography knowledge. Students will review the camera functions through assignments and in class work.

Photography II

Students will learn the basic function of the camera, camera parts, digital and film terminology, composition and framing. No prerequisite required.

Photography II

Students will learn the basic function of the camera, camera parts, digital and film vocabulary, how to compose and frame great photos.

Practical Life Skills

Students will learn money management skills and topics such as budgeting, bill paying, reconciling checkbooks, understanding how to read a bank statement, savings and basic financial planning for the future.

Pre-Algebra (7-8) (4 Days)

This course is the stepping stone to Algebra I. Focus will be on mastering such concepts as operations with real numbers, square roots, the Pythagorean theorem, slope, solving equations and inequalities

Pre-Calculus Honors (11-12) (4 days)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Grace Academy Issued Placement Test) – This course is designed to help students develop their proficiency in Algebra III and Trigonometry. Every opportunity to show how Algebra is a modern modeling language for real life problems will be explored.

Pre-Calculus Honors Online (11-12)

(Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Grace Academy Issued Placement Test) – This course is designed to help students develop their proficiency in Algebra III and Trigonometry.

Psychology

This is an introductory psychology course. The goal for this study of psychology is to better understand God’s creation. Students will develop an understanding of psychology’s history and worldview from a Christian perspective.

Reading Comprehension I

Students will study literary elements, including main idea, cause and effect, fact or opinion, inference, prediction, setting, etc.

Reading Comprehension II

Students will refine vocabulary through knowledge of prefixes, suffixes, context clues, and stems. Students will explore fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and …