CLASSES

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Classical Education
for the Modern Homeschooler

 

Our classes are the benchmark of our school. We provide quality classes taught by experienced teachers. We believe that an excellent educational experience involves all learning styles and that is what we provide for each student. Too often we see classes being taught only using pieces of paper; our lessons involve a full range of materials and learning resources, whether it be a video, a simulation, a discussion, an art project, an experiment, a small skit, or an oral presentation. Our classes not only stress academic knowledge, but they encourage the use of critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Love of learning is our primary goal.

Calendar

8th - 12th Grade

We will start each class with a lecture and discussion about the most important parts of the chapter or chapters they read at home from Prentice Hall Biology. Then, the teacher will give them information on the lab we will perform that day. The rest of the time period will be spent enjoying hands-on lab work!

Using lectures, short presentations, discussion, short skits, small group explorations, simulations, films, debates, crafts, map work, and learning games this class will hit upon all the differing learning styles. We will follow the Magruder’s American Government and will also use Whatever Happened to
Justice?
(An Uncle Eric Book) by Richard J. Maybury.

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4th - 7th Grade

We will begin class with introducing one of the many topics of biology. We use a variety of learning experiences to enliven and motivate the class using PowerPoint presentations,recordings, videos, and hands on lab experiences, encompassing as many learning styles as possible in our activities. 

Travel around the United States learning about each of our 50 states with lapbooks, and as many sights, and sounds as we can muster!

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K - 3rd Grade

We will begin class with introducing one of the many topics of biology. We use a variety of learning experiences to enliven and motivate the class using PowerPoint presentations,recordings, videos, and hands on lab experiences, encompassing as many learning styles as possible in our activities. 

Travel around the United States learning about each of our 50 states with lapbooks, and as many sights, and sounds as we can muster!

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