2020-2021 Schedule

Click on a course title for more information about that course. A full list of course descriptions can be found below the schedule.

 Classes meet on both Mondays and Wednesdays

 Classes meet on Mondays Only

 Classes meet on Wednesdays Only

 Class at top of the box (blue) meets on Monday and bottom of the box (yellow) on Wednesdays

8:30 - 9:30

9:30 -10:30

10:30 -

11:30

 

 

Algebra I

 

 

Sing 3

LUNCH 11:30-12:15

12:15 -

1:15

1:15 -

2:15

2:15 - 3:30

 

 

Programming

(7th -12th)

Logic 1

(8th and 

Up)     Jr High

History 

(7th - 9th)

 

Middle Composition

(5th - 7th)

Electives:

(6th-8th) 

STEM Club

(1st Semester) 

Art 

(2nd semester)

Entrepreneurship (2nd Semester) 

Electives:

High School

 Art 

(1st Semester)

 

Middle Life Science

(5th-7th)

 

Middle History

(5th - 7th)

 

Comp 2

(IEW 2) 

(4th - 6th)

 

Comp 1 

(IEW 1)

(3rd - 5th)

 

Drama

starting week 7

(6th - 12th)

Chess 

(1st semester)

STEM Club 

(2nd semester)

Electives

(3rd-5th)

 

Elementary Art 

(3rd - 5th)

Early Elementary (K-2)

Classes

Literature

(K-1)

Science

(K-1)

Math

(2nd)

LA

w/Poetry

(2nd)

Literature

(2nd)

 

Science

(2nd)

 

Early Art

(K - 2nd)

 

Early PE

(K - 2nd)

Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions

 

 

 

Geometry

 

Elementary Spanish

(2nd - 4th)

Middle/Elementary History

Elementary -

Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30

Middle -

Wednesdays 1:15 - 2:15

Instructor: Gina Granville

Cost: $130

Students will study history from the 1600s to the 1850s. This course is literature-based, and students will be required to read several historical novels over the summer and throughout the year. Students in the Middle class will have increased writing assignments. We are currently exploring curriculum options. Meets once per week and requires 1-2 hours of study/homework time. Instructor: Ms. Gina Granville Cost: $130

Great Books History and Literature

Mondays and Wednesdays 8:30 - 9:30

Instructor: Forrest Whitehurst

Cost: $300

Students will study Ancient History using Old Western Culture: The Romans by Roman Roads Media. This course is literature-based, and students will be required to spend several hours per week reading outside of class. Students will watch videos in class once per week and have in-class discussions. Compositions will be assigned once per quarter. Meets twice per week and requires 3-4 hours of homework. Instructor: Mr. Forrest Whitehurst Cost: $300

Junior High History

Wednesdays 12:15-1:15 Instructor: Gina Granville

Cost: $130

Students will study history from early Christianity to the Elizabethan Period.  This course is literature-based, and students will be required to read several historical novels over the summer and throughout the year. Students in the Junior High class will have additional reading and writing assignments. We are currently exploring curriculum options. Meets once per week and requires 1-2 hours of study/homework time. Instructor: Ms. Gina Granville Cost: $130

Singapore 3

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30-10:30 Instructor: TBD

Cost: $260

Students in this class will go through Singapore 3A/3B US Edition. Meets twice per week, and requires 2 hours of homework time. Instructor: TBD; Cost: $260

Singapore 4

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30-10:30 Instructor: Regina Smith

Cost: $260

Students in this class will go through Singapore 4A/4B US Edition. This class meets twice per week, and requires 2 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Regina Smith; Cost: $260

Singapore 5

Mondays and Wednesdays 8:30-9:30 Instructor: Regina Smith

Cost: $260

Students in this class will go through Singapore 5A/5B US Edition. This class meets twice per week, and requires 2 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Regina Smith; Cost: $260

Pre-Algebra

Mondays and Wednesdays 10:30-11:30

Instructor: Andrea Whitaker

Cost: $260

Students in this class will use Pre-Algebra: An Accelerated Course by Mary Dolciani. Meets twice per week, and requires 2-3 hours of homework time. Instructor: Andrea Whitaker; Cost: $260

Algebra I

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30-10:30 

Instructor: Andrea Whitaker Cost: $300

Students in this class will use Algebra I: Expressions, Equations and Applications by Foerster. Meets twice per week, and will require 2-3 hours of homework time. Instructor: Andrea Whitaker; Cost: $300

Algebra II

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30-10:30

Instructor: Janna Camperman Cost: $300

Students in this class will use Algebra and Trigonometry: Functions and Applications  by Foerster. Meets twice per week, and will require 2-3 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Janna Camperman; Cost: $300

Intro to Logic (6th - 8th)

Mondays 8:30-9:30

Instructor: Donavan Perry

Cost: $130

Students will receive an introduction to informal logic by studying 28 logical fallacies using The Art of Argument  by Aaron Larsen. Meets once per week, and will require 1 hour of homework time. Instructor: Mr. Donavan Perry; Cost: $130

Logic 1 (8th +) 

Mondays 12:15 -1:15

 Instructor: Henry Hazard

Cost: $130

Students will learn the basics of formal logic, including: how to properly define terms, how to form and interpret statements and how to compose valid syllogisms. Students will spend the year studying Introductory Logic by Canon Press. Meets once per week, and will require 1- 2 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mr. Henry Hazard; Cost: $130

High School Logic

Wednesdays 12:15-2:15

Instructor: Henry Hazard

Cost: $300

Students will spend the first semester learning the basics of formal logic, including: how to properly define terms, how to form and interpret statements and how to compose valid syllogisms using Introductory Logic by Canon Press. Students will dig deeper into formal logic study the 2nd semester using Intermediate Logic by Canon Press. Meets once per week, and will require 1- 2 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mr. Henry Hazard; Cost: $300

Elementary Life Science (3rd - 5th)

Wednesdays 12:15-1:15

Instructor: Jodie Kirk

Cost: $130

Students will study the living things that compose our wide and wonderful world using Biology for the Logic Stage from Elemental Science, DK Encyclopedia of Animals and DK First Human Body Encyclopedia. Meets once per week, and will require ~1 hour of homework time. Instructor: Jodie Kirk; Cost: $130

Middle Life Science (5th - 7th)

Wednesdays 12.15 - 1.15 

Instructor: TBD

Cost: $130

Students will study the living things that compose our wide and wonderful world using Biology for the Logic Stage from Elemental Science, The Usborne Encyclopedia of Science and The Kingfisher Science Encyclopedia. Meets once per week, and will require 1-2 hours of homework. Instructor: TBD; Cost: $130

Junior High Life Science (7th - 9th) 

Wednesdays 1:15 - 2:15 

 Instructor: Jodie Kirk 

Cost: $130

Students will study the living things that compose our wide and wonderful world using Biology for the Logic Stage from Elemental Science, The Usborne Encyclopedia of Science and The Kingfisher Science Encyclopedia. The Junior high class will have increased writing assignments and presentation over the younger classes. Meets once per week, and will require 1-2 hours of homework time. Instructor:  Jodie Kirk; Cost: $130

High School Biology

Mondays 12:15 - 2:15

Instructor: Carol Ann Whitehurst

Cost: $300

Students will delve deep into the study of Biology using Novare’s General Biology . Along with in-class discussion of the topics from the book, students will complete several labs throughout the year. Meets once per week, and will require 2-3 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Carol Ann Whitehurst; Cost: $300

Composition 1 (IEW 1) (3rd - 5th)

Mondays 12:15 - 1:45 

Instructor: Christy Ward

Cost: $200

This course provides a gentle introduction to writing and grammar using IEW Student Writing Intensive Level A. Students must be able to read and write proficiently and have an understanding of sentences and paragraphs. Meets once per week and requires 1 hour of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Christy Ward, Cost: $200

Composition 2 (IEW 2) (4th - 6th)

Mondays 12:15 - 1:45 Instructor: Regina Smith 

Cost: $200

A course for students with at least a year of IEW experience. Students will continue with IEW Student Writing Intensive: Continuation Course A, while producing longer, more complex works. Grammar will also be taught using Analytical Grammar. Meets once per week and requires 1-2 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Regina Smith; Cost: $200

Middle Composition (5th - 7th)

Mondays 12:15 - 1:45

Instructor: Heather Magnuson

Cost: $200

A course for students who have had at least two years of IEW experience and are comfortable writing 5-paragraph essays. Using Composition 1: Invention and Persuasion students will further develop and sharpen the tools of writing. Grammar studies will continue using Analytical Grammar. Meets once per week and requires 1-2 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Heather Magnuson; Cost: $200

Writing and Literature (8th +)

Mondays 8:30 - 9:30

Instructor: Stephanie Howland

Cost: $130

Students will continue studying literary analysis and advanced composition skills using Teaching the Classics, The Jill Pike Syllabus, and Windows to the World. In addition to the student text, students will read several novels throughout the year. Summer reading is required for this class. Meets once per week and requires 1-2 hours of homework time. Instructor: Mrs. Stephanie Howland; Cost: $130

Latin Primer A-2 (4th - 6th) 

Mondays 10:30 - 11:30 Instructors: Cynthia Hazard

Cost: $130

This course will continue with the second half of Latin for Children Primer A. Students must have taken Latin A the previous year or pass a placement test. Meets once per week and will require 1 hour of homework. Instructor: Mrs. Cynthia Hazard, Cost: $130

Cambridge Latin (6th +)

Mondays 8:30 - 9:30 

Instructor: Cynthia Hazard

Cost: $130

This course continues further into Latin vocabulary and grammar using Cambridge Latin: Unit 2. Meets once per week and will require 1-2 hours of homework. Instructor: Mrs. Cynthia Hazard, Cost: $130

AP Prep Latin (9th - 12th) 

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30 - 10:30

Instructor: Cynthia Hazard

Cost: $300

This course is designed for students who have completed at least 3-4 years of Latin studies. Students will be using the Henle 4 Latin text, as well as reading and translating the works of Virgil. Students will prepare for the AP Latin exam. Meets twice per week and will require 2-3 hours of homework per week. Instructor: Mrs. Cynthia Hazard, Cost: $300

Spanish Codigo 2 (6th - 9th) 

Mondays and Wednesdays 10:30 -11:30 

Instructor: Alex Ponce 

Cost: $260

Students will learn intermediate language constructs and vocabulary to include verb conjugation in the past and future tenses using Codigo 2. New students must have at least 2 years Spanish instruction experience and/or pass a placement exam. Meets twice per week, and will require 2 hours homework. Instructor: Mrs. Alex Ponce, Cost: $260

Spanish Colega 3 (4th - 6th) 

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30 - 10:30 

Instructor: Alex Ponce

Cost: $260

Students will learn more advanced verb tenses and grammar, along with increasing their vocabulary. Curriculum: Colega 3. New students must have at least 1 year of Spanish instruction and/or pass a placement exam. Meets twice per week, and will require 1-2 hours of homework. Instructor: Mrs. Alex Ponce, Cost: $260

Spanish Colega 2 (3rd - 4th) 

Mondays and Wednesdays 8:30 - 9:30

Instructor: Alex Ponce 

Cost: $260

Students will learn the basics of Spanish to include greetings, expressing likes, conjugating simple present tense verbs, and basic grammar constructs using Colega 2. New students must have at least 1 year of Spanish instruction and/or pass a placement exam. Meets twice per week, and will require 1-2 hours of homework. Instructor: Mrs. Alex Ponce, Cost: $260

Programming (7th - 12th) 

Mondays 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: Janna Camperman

Cost: $180

Students will learn basic programming skills using the Python programming language. Students who have already had an introduction to programming with Python may also enroll in this class to collaborate on more complex programs. Meets once per week. Instructor: Janna Camperman, Cost: $180

Elementary Art (3rd - 5th) 

Wednesdays 2:15 - 3:30 

Instructor: Patricia Stewart

Cost: $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee

Students will learn about famous, classical artists while practicing basic/intermediate art techniques. Instructor: Mrs. Patricia Stewart, Cost $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee.

Middle Art (6th - 8th) 2nd SEMESTER ONLY

Mondays 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: Mrs. Patricia Stewart

Cost: $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee

Students will practice basic/intermediate art techniques using a variety of media. Instructor: TBD, Mrs. Patricia Stewart, $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee.

High School Art (9th - 12th) 1ST SEMESTER ONLY

Mondays 2:15 - 3:30 

Instructor: Patricia Stewart

Cost: $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee

Students will practice basic/intermediate art techniques using a variety of media. Instructor: Mrs. Patricia Stewart, Cost $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee.

Elementary Manners (3rd - 6th) 

Mondays 1:45 - 2:15 

Instructor: Mary Randall

Cost: $70.

Taught from a Christian perspective, using the books, 50 Things Every Young Gentleman Should Know and 50 Things Every Young Lady Should Know, students will learn manners and social skills and why they are important. Instructor: Mrs. Mary Randall, Cost: $70.

Cotillion (6th - 12th) 

Mondays (1st 6 weeks) 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: Mary Randall

Cost: $50 plus $30 supply fee to cover  food, materials and dance.

Students will learn and practice manners and social skills and why they are important. Students will have opportunities for practical application of the concepts. The students will round out the course with a Cotillion dinner/dance event. Instructor: Mrs. Mary Randall, Cost: $50 plus $30 supply fee to cover the cost of food, materials and dance.

Elementary Drama (3rd - 6th) 

Wednesdays 1:15 - 2:15

Instructor: Kate Paxton 

Cost: $130 plus $15 supply fee to cover the cost of props and sound.

Students will learn a variety of drama skills including, improvisation, devised theatre, mask work, and characterization. They will study various scenes from Shakespeare’s plays as well as Wonder (by R.J Palacio) amongst others. Students will showcase their learning as part of the Spring Concert. Instructor: Mrs. Kate Paxton, Cost: $130 plus $15 supply fee to cover the cost of props and sound.

Drama (6th - 12th) 

Wednesdays (from week 7) 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: Kate Paxton

Cost: $130 plus $15 to cover the cost of props and sound.

Students will study and perform the Shakespeare play, Twelfth Night, working to sharpen public speaking skills and build confidence in the process. Students will perform an abridged version of the play in the original Shakespeare language. Instructor: Mrs. Kate Paxton, Cost: $130 plus $15 supply fee to cover the cost of props and sound.

Chess (3rd - 5th) 

Mondays (1st semester) 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: Donavan Perry

Cost: $85/semester

Students will learn basic chess strategies and improve their chess skills following a sequential chess curriculum and integrating chess puzzles and games. Students will practice their skills in matches with each other. Instructor: Mr. Donavan Perry, Cost: $85/semester

Elementary STEM Club Elective (3rd - 5th) 2ND SEMESTER ONLY

Mondays (2nd semester) 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: TBD

Cost: $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee

Students will have the opportunity to participate and compete in various STEM activities based on Elementary Science Olympiad events. Instructor: TBD, Cost $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee.

Middle STEM Club Elective (6th - 8th) 1st SEMESTER ONLY

Mondays (1st semester) 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: TBD

Cost: $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee

Students will have the opportunity to participate and compete in various STEM activities based on Middle School Science Olympiad events. Instructor: TBD, Cost $85/semester plus $10/semester supply fee.

Entrepreneurship (9th - 12th) 1st SEMESTER ONLY 

Mondays (1st semester) 2:15 - 3:30

Instructor: TBD

Cost: $100

Using Dave Ramsey's Foundations in Entrepreneurship curriculum, students will receive instruction in and practical application of basic business practices. Students will also have the opportunity to put their knowledge into practice by working on an entrepreneurial project. Instructor: TBD, Cost $100

Study Hall (3rd - 12th)

Cost: $60/year/study hall period

Students in grades 3rd through 10th who have a break in between classes, and whose parents do not remain on campus, may enroll in a study hall period for periods 1-5. An adult will be present to monitor the study hall. Students will be expected to work quietly. Cost: $60/year/study hall period.

Hands-On Science K-1st/ 2nd 

Wednesdays:

K-1: 9:00 - 10:00

2nd: 10:00-11:00

Instructor: Brittany Whittaker

Cost: $130

This fun, hands-on science course will cover the basic concepts of Chemistry, Biology, Earth Science, and Physics, famous scientists, along with the history of science, all in a way that is comprehensible to little learners. Students enrolling in the 2nd grade class must be proficient at reading/writing.  Meets once per week. Instructor: Mrs. Brittany Whittaker, Cost: $130

Literature K-1st/ 2nd 

Mondays:

K-1: 9:00 - 10:00

2nd: 10:00-11:00

Instructor: Christy Ward

Cost: $130

Students in this class will explore excellent children’s literature and participate in activities to go along with the stories. Students enrolling in the 2nd grade class must be proficient at reading/writing. Meets once per week. Instructor: Mrs. Christy Ward, Cost: $130

Math K-1st/ 2nd 

Mondays

K-1: 10:00 - 11:00

2nd: 9:00 - 10:00

Instructor: April Dunyak

Cost: $130

Students in this class will memorize math facts, practice math skills with fun games and activities, and listen to math- based literature to reinforce the concepts being taught. This course is not meant to replace a home math curriculum, but rather, to reinforce the math concepts being learned at home. Students enrolling in the 2nd grade class must be proficient at reading/writing. Instructor: Mrs. April Dunyak, Cost: $130

Language Arts with Poetry K-1st/2nd 

Wednesdays:

K-1: 10:00 - 11:00

2nd: 9:00 - 10:00

Instructor: Stephanie Howland

Cost: $130

In this literature-based class, students will develop literacy and public speaking skills through the study and memorization of poetry, as well as daily presentations. Students enrolling in the 2nd grade class must be proficient at reading/writing. Meets once per week. Instructor: Mrs. Stephanie Howland, Cost: $130

PE (K - 2nd) 

Mondays: 1:15 - 2:15

Instructor: Donavan Perry

Cost: $130

Students in this class will participate in organized physical activity. Students will be able to “get the wiggles out” and practice social skills with organized fun. Meets once per week. Instructor: Mr. Donavan Perry, Cost: $130

Early Drama (K - 2nd)

Wednesdays: 12:15 - 1:15

Instructor: Kate Paxton

Cost: $130 Plus $15 supply fee

A fun introduction to drama, with the aim of building confidence, speaking & drama skills and character work. Children will explore different techniques and drama games through a variety of children’s story books.  Culminates in an informal performance. Instructor: Mrs. Kate Paxton, Cost: $130 plus $15 supply fee.

American in Music (K-2nd)

Wednesdays: 1:15 - 2:15

Instructor: Regina Smith

Cost: $130 

Starting with out national anthem, students will explore American history through folk songs and songs written about our beloved country. While integrating art and literature into this music class, students will develop an appreciation for our American heritage and for music that tells its story. Students will engage in songs about America while enjoying art and literature that correlate with the music and history behind the songs. Instructor: Mrs. Regina Smith, Cost: $130

Early Spanish 

Mondays and Wednesdays: 11:45 - 12:15

Instructor: Alex Ponce

Cost: $130 

Students will have a fun introduction to Spanish through songs and games. Meets twice per week. Instructor: Mrs. Alex Ponce; Cost: $130

Early Art (K-2nd)

Mondays: 12:15 - 1:15

Instructor: TBD

Cost: $130/year plus $10/semester supply fee

Students will learn about famous, classical artists while practicing basic art techniques and completing fun projects. Instructor: TBD, Cost $70/semester plus $10/semester supply fee.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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