Close

Statistics

December 19, 2019

Statistics is a branch of mathematics that deals with the systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of data. Students will ...

Read more.

Anatomy & Physiology

December 19, 2019

Anatomy is a branch of Biology concerned with the scientific study of the physical structures of organisms. The structures ...

Read more.

Literary Seminar

December 19, 2019

This course uses the Socratic Method to facilitate cooperative argumentative dialogue among the students, based on asking and answering ...

Read more.

Microeconomy

December 19, 2019

Students gain real life experience and develop independence as they engage in practical economics. Students learn economics by creating ...

Read more.

Human Intimacy and Relationships Round Table

December 19, 2019

Interest in human intimacy is a natural attribute of adolescence that ties directly into self-concept and a developing self ...

Read more.

Introduction to the Spanish Language

December 19, 2019

Introduction to Spanish focuses on teaching conversational Spanish and includes grammar, vocabulary, written, and conversational Spanish. This class also ...

Read more.

Instrumental Music

December 19, 2019

The instrumental music program emphasizes basic musical skills for band and orchestra. Students study the elements of music, and ...

Read more.

World Literature and Public Speaking

December 19, 2019

Students will develop their self-expression through the communication process. They will spend a good deal of time reading the ...

Read more.

British Literature and Advanced Grammar

December 19, 2019

Students will develop through self-expression with appropriate grammar and mechanics. They will spend a good deal of time reading ...

Read more.

American Literature and Critical Thinking

December 19, 2019

Students will develop their self-expression through critical thinking. They will spend a good deal of time reading classic writings ...

Read more.

Government and Economics II

June 1, 2017

Students learn the foundations and principles of government by studying the works of contemporary and historic political authors.  The ...

Read more.

Government and Economics I

June 1, 2017

Students learn the foundations and principles of government by studying the works of contemporary and historic political authors.  The ...

Read more.

American History II

June 1, 2017

American History II expands on the foundation laid in American History I. Students delve deeper into research and analysis ...

Read more.

American History I

June 1, 2017

American History I introduces students to key events in the history of the western hemisphere with emphasis on the ...

Read more.

Spanish I

June 1, 2017

In Spanish I students begin to develop communicative competence in speaking, writing, comprehending and reading Spanish and expand their ...

Read more.

Music Literacy

June 1, 2017

Our music program offers instrumental and vocal students an arena in which to develop skills and public performance. Fundamentals ...

Read more.

Earth Science

June 1, 2017

Students will study the structure of the earth, minerals and their properties, rock formation, methods for geologic dating, earth ...

Read more.

Life Science

June 1, 2017

Life Science explores living systems through experience and experimentation, as well expository instruction and reading. This course challenges students ...

Read more.

Integrated Science

June 1, 2017

Students study the fundamentals of physics, chemistry, earth, and space sciences.  This course introduces students to the scientific method ...

Read more.

Drama

June 1, 2017

All students participate in drama lessons which include improvisation, drama games, and exercises. Students produce and act in a ...

Read more.

Advanced Mathematics/Pre-Calculus

June 1, 2017

The integration of geometry, algebra, and trigonometry is the goal of pre-calculus.  Detailed study of polynomial functions, exponential and ...

Read more.

Algebra II

June 1, 2017

This course is intended to build upon the concepts developed in geometry and Algebra I.  The course covers advanced ...

Read more.

Equestrian/Riding

June 1, 2017

Our equestrian program offers a wide range of activities that serve beginner, intermediate, and advanced riders. Lessons take place ...

Read more.

Electives

June 1, 2017

Electives are offered based on student interest and need. Past classes include Foods, Yearbook, Gardening, Robotics and Multimedia Production.

Read more.

Pre-Algebra

June 1, 2017

Students learn the basics of algebraic thinking while honing fundamental math skills. Students learn algebraic language and concepts. During ...

Read more.

Farm Chores

June 1, 2017

Daily chores sustain the farm, school, and community. Students and staff all take part in this work twice a ...

Read more.

Physical Expression

June 1, 2017

Physical Expression (Phys. Ed.) focuses on exploring and engaging in outdoor physical activities that can be continued throughout life. ...

Read more.

Art

June 1, 2017

Using traditional techniques and emerging technologies, this class emphasizes exploration, analysis, and investigation of the creative process. Students develop ...

Read more.

World History II

June 1, 2017

In World History II students will engage in a study of the political, cultural, social, and economic conditions from ...

Read more.

World History I

June 1, 2017

World History I course covers human history up to 1500 CE. Students will research and learn about human development ...

Read more.

World Geography

June 1, 2017

World Geography class teaches students how to use maps, globes, atlases, satellite images, photographs, graphs, and other geographic tools ...

Read more.

Spanish III

June 1, 2017

Spanish III continues development of listening, reading, writing, speaking, interpersonal communication and cultural awareness. Complexity and comprehension increase as ...

Read more.

Spanish II

June 1, 2017

In Spanish II, the study of reading, writing, speaking, and listening continues as more complex grammatical structures are introduced. ...

Read more.

Literary Criticism and Creative Writing

June 1, 2017

Students will develop their self-expression through the creative writing process. They will spend a good deal of time reading ...

Read more.

Language Arts

June 1, 2017

Language Arts is designed to help students develop their self-expression and empathy through the writing process. Students read many ...

Read more.

Physics

June 1, 2017

Physics is the study of the properties of matter and energy. The course will cover the topics of classical ...

Read more.

Chemistry

June 1, 2017

Chemistry is focused on the study of the structure and composition of matter, and the changes that occur to ...

Read more.

Biology

June 1, 2017

This course uses problem-solving techniques to explore living systems. High School Biology includes a variety of hands-on experiments and ...

Read more.

Geometry

June 1, 2017

Geometry is the study of spatial reasoning. Students learn properties of two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures, classical reasoning, geometric construction, ...

Read more.

Algebra I

June 1, 2017

Algebra is the study of numerical patterns and their abstract representations. Students represent and analyze these patterns using functions, ...

Read more.