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Drama

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

Drama (K-5)

Students will learn theater skills, techniques and history by performing simple skits and plays based on parables and popular fairy tales, incorporating the principles of Galatians 5:22-23.

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.

Earth/Physical Science Honors (9-10)

This honors course will include everything that the standard course does but also include an additional project each module that may include: additional problems, a brief research essay or lab report.

Earth/Physical Science Online (9-10)

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

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 I Online (9-10)

Students will be introduced to various forms and authors of creative writing. Students will create their own literary works including poetry, ballads, fables, tall tales, and short stories. Students will also read and analyze four literary works covering various genres including English and American literature.

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)

(Prerequisite: English I or equivalent) – 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.

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.