"Incline your ear and hear the words of the wise, and apply your heart to My knowledge; for it is a pleasant thing if you keep them within you; let them all be fixed upon your lips, so that your trust may be in the Lord…"
REGISTRATION & TUITION
Fall Semester 2017:
September 1--November 17
Spring Semester 2018:
February 2--April 27
2017 Fall Course Descriptions
K/1 (Mrs. Anderson)
K-1 Fall semester- It is truly amazing the way that God has made our bodies. This fall semester we will be taking a look from the outside in at the unique way that God has made our bodies. Learning about the different systems that make them function properly.
Spring semester- We will be taking a look at plants from their cell structure from the inside out. Learning about what they need to grow properly. We will also have a brief overview of some of the different types of plants as well. It will be a fun time growing things in our classroom.
Writing (Mrs. Smart)
Writing here is never a chore! Both eager and reluctant writers truly enjoy this class! Using the IEW program as our base, students learn how to dress-up compositions, organize thoughts, and broaden their vocabulary. They write about the wild and crazy as well as things that are important and close to the heart. Join us as we create colorful descriptions, persuasive essays, fantastic fables, and terrific tales. Bring your favorite pen or pencil AND your imagination as we explore the fabulous world of writing!
Gr. 2-3: Time will be spent on a variety of projects including poetry and stories while learning how to “dress up” our compositions.
Gr. 4-5: Students will spend time on numerous creative writing activities while learning how to “dress up” compositions, vary sentence openers, and write the four basic paragraphs.
Gr. 6-7: This class is designed to refine and expand the student’s writing skills while practicing various types of compositions.
Grades 8 & up: Literature & Writing. We will create various composition projects based on several classic short stories.
Art (Miss Phippen)
Miss Phippen will continue to bring you a variety of art lessons based on classical and modern artists this semester! Supply list: (specific details to follow on the first day) Grades 6-12: 9×12 Watercolor Sketchbook, Grades 2-5: 9×12 sketchbook, 2 pencils, and an eraser.
Human Anatomy (Mrs. Johnson)
We will be exploring creation with human anatomy and physiology. We will be learning facts that show how God created our bodies from head to toe. We will be learning about each system in our bodies, such as the Skeletal System · Muscular System · Digestive System · Cardiovascular System, as well as a brief history of medicine, cells and DNA.
Speech and Policy Debate--Taking every thought captive for Christ
Grades 4-12: Every parent wants their child to succeed in communication, confidence and leadership. This class will equip your student with the necessary skills for speech and debate. We will spend the Fall semester learning how to compose and deliver a speech. During the Spring Semester we will learn how to participate in a "policy debate" format with teams and topics, as well as an introduction to logical fallacies.
Grades 2-3: Younger students will learn the basic skills of giving a speech, which will help them to gain confidence to speak in front of people. They will also be introduced to basic logical fallacies.