Course Catalog (High School)

Algebra 1 (Thursday 1:30 - 2:45 EST): This class provides students with a foundation necessary to successfully progress to higher secondary and post-secondary math levels. It covers all of the traditional first-year Algebra topics while helping students build higher-order thinking skills, real-world application abilities, reasoning, and an understanding of interconnecting math strands. Students learn to focus on algebraic thinking through multiple representations, including verbal, numeric, symbolic, and graphical, while graphing calculator labs model mathematical situations.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Pre-Algebra

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Pamela Bronson

Curriculum: Elementary Algebra Student Text (2016 Edition) by Harold Jacobs

Additional Materials: scientific calculator - may be an app on a phone or computer (parent’s discretion)

Algebra 2 (TBD): This class builds on previously learned high school algebraic and geometric concepts. Students learn advanced algebra skills such as solving systems of equations, graphing and solving advanced polynomials, as well as working with imaginary and complex numbers, quadratics, and trigonometric functions. The class also introduces matrices and their properties.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the instructor is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Algebra 1 & Geometry

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Pamela Bronson

Curriculum: Algebra 2 Student Pack by Math-U-See

Additional Materials: scientific calculator - may be an app on a phone or computer (parent’s discretion)

American History 1 (TBD): Covering from colonization to the Civil War: in this study of American history, students use primary source materials and detailed research in creating: slide presentations, character studies, persuasive historical essays, and other assignments. By delving into the culture of the period studied, including art, literature, and music, and with a large focus on the WHY of events, students gain a real sense of the events and people of the time period.

Weekly homework reinforces the content taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: TBD

Curriculum: Teacher Provided Materials

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American Literature (TBD): This living books course, with curriculum written by Beth Hempton, includes class discussion, group activities, creative expression as well as the traditional literature class aspects. The reading list combines novels set in various American time periods, short stories and poetry. Students focus on the works of great American authors as models of excellent writing. Assignments range from essay writing, shorter writing assignments,  vocabulary, graphic organizers and more. Literary elements, figurative language, poetry styles and comprehension round out the skills.  The publisher of the text for this course offers a 20% discount to all Seasons Learning students. The discount code may be found on your invoice.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Christopher Schwarzen

Curriculum: Reading as a Life Skill: American Literature, The Crucible By Arthur Miller, The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper, O Pioneers! by Willa Cather, The Pearl by John Steinbeck, The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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American Sign Language 1 (TBD): We are thrilled to offer this unique course!  Students learn through immersion and practice.  A course for beginners, the content begins with the alphabet, finger spelling, numbers and basic words. Common questions and phrases with an emphasis on appropriate facial expressions are covered. Note that this class is NOT available as recorded due to the instructor's need to evaluate students each week in the LIVE class. 

The primary homework requires practice of what is learned in class each week as students work toward fluency. Students test individually with the instructor during class. Each student receives a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report.  In many states, ASL may be counted as foreign language. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $425

Teacher: TBD

Curriculum: TBD

American Sign Language 2 (TBD): We are excited to offer a second year of this unique class! This course focuses on the further development of American Sign Language expressive and receptive skills, grammar, vocabulary, finger spelling, numbers, classifiers, cultural awareness and basic conversation skills.   ASL II students will be required to attend two deaf community events.  Through class discussions, students will have an opportunity to share their experiences with their classmates. Note that this class is NOT available as recorded due to the instructor's need to evaluate students each week in the LIVE class. 

Weekly homework assignments will reinforce the concepts taught in class. Students test individually with the instructor during class. Each student receives a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report.  In many states, ASL may be counted as foreign language. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $425

Teacher: TBD

Curriculum: TBD

AP English (TBD): This Advanced Placement English Language and Composition course, approved by College Board as an official AP designated class, engages students in becoming skilled readers of prose written in a variety of rhetorical contexts, and in becoming proficient writers who compose for a variety of purposes. Student writing and reading assignments encourage awareness of writing style, purpose, audience expectations, and subject matter, as well as, the way genre conventions and language resources contribute to effective writing. This advanced class, reflects college level work, requiring students to actively participate in class discussion and demonstrate the ability to handle a heavier workload.

Weekly homework, with a strong emphasis on analyzing writing and composition, reinforces the concepts taught in class and the instructor is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Parents are responsible for scheduling their children for this AP Exam, which is offered each year in May. Local schools typically provide the test and offer registration in the fall of the school year. See the teacher for more information. Register Now!

Prerequisites: High School Writing Methods, American Literature, British Literature.

Tuition: Live $480

Teacher: Elizabeth Hempton

Curriculum: The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Argument, Debate, and Fallacies (Wednesday, 1:00-2:15 pm ET): Students will be introduced to Socratic Logic, syllogisms, and ways of forming argumentation. This will prepare students to know how to test their own ideas and ferret out those ideas which have invalid assumptions or rely on rhetoric rather than evidence. Students will practice arguments and forms of arguments in class and will be asked to identify when the teacher is making logical fallacies.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $213 per semester (1 or 20 - select semester on registration form

Teacher: Joseph Ray

Beyond Essay Writing (THURSDAY 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm ET): Designed by Beth Hempton, this course provides an opportunity for students who desire more depth of understanding in written expression. The class four quarterly focuses including:

-First quarter: MLA RESEARCH-based writing

-Second quarter: CREATIVE writing including poetry, song lyrics and short stories

-Third quarter: PERSONAL GROWTH writing such as blogging, journaling and resume construction

-Fourth quarter: students develop individual projects, with the assistant of the instructor, to delve more deeply into specific interests in writing. Students also work as a team to create an Literary e-zine over the year. 

Students are encouraged to grow in confidence and skills that benefit them beyond academics. Note that due to importance of class discussion and conferences with the instructor, this class is NOT available in a recorded version.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class, and the instructor is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. This class is available as an honors option. 

NOTE: Students must have access to Microsoft WORD as it's essential for detailed grading and commenting. Students may not substitute an online writing process app or PDFs. Students may use PAGES for Macs as long as documents can be saved as .docs. Register Now!

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425

Teacher: Elizabeth Hempton

Biology (Tuesday, 1:00 - 2:15 pm ET): The goal of this course is to provide students with a deeper respect and understanding of living creatures as designed by God. Students study common characteristics to all living things, chemistry as it relates to life, cytology, mitosis and meiosis, chromosomes and proteins, ph, reproduction, genetics, taxonomy, human body systems and ecology. The course include relevant labs in which students may observe or participate. 

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the instructor is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Additional time may be required of students to complete labs both with the instructor and independently. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Physical Science

Tuition: Live $480 / Recorded $430

Teacher: Helena Rutan

Curriculum: Friendly Biology by Joey Hajda, DVM MEd, Lisa B. Hajda, MEd, Friendly Biology Workbook by Joey Hajda, DVM MEd, Lisa B. Hajda, MEd

Other Materials: Lab list will be supplied by the instructor. Do not purchase the lab materials prior to class.

British Literature (TUESDAYS 1:00 - 2:15 pm EST): This living books course includes class discussion and analysis, group activities, creative expression as well as the traditional literature class aspects. The reading list combines novels set in various British time periods, short stories and poetry. Students focus on the works of amazing British authors as models of excellent writing. Assignments range from essay writing, shorter writing work, vocabulary, graphic organizers and more. Students explore literary elements, figurative language, poetry styles with an emphasis on comprehension. 

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. The publisher of the text for this course offers a 20% discount to all Seasons Learning students. The discount code may be found on your invoice. Register Now!

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Christopher Schwarzen

Curriculum: Reading as a Life Skill: British Literature by Elizabeth Hempton, Beowulf by Editor: Seamus Heaney (this editor's edition required), Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Silas Marner by George Marner, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, A Passage to India by E. M. Forster

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Computer Applications Intensive (TBD): The Intensive version of this class is only offered for 8 weeks, meeting twice per week, in the summer. The course is designed to help students develop many of the necessary computer skills to excel in the ever growing electronic and digital world. This introductory course will help students gain the hands-on experience in word processing, graphics, slide shows, and blogging. It also allows students to be more successful creating materials for other high school and college classes. Students will be exposed to a wide range of computer apps and the use of internet research, and online safety. Students need access to Microsoft Office including WORD, Excel and PowerPoint. 

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the instructor is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $295

Teacher: TBD

Computer Applications (THURSDAY 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm EST): This course is designed to help students develop many of the necessary computer skills to excel in the ever growing electronic and digital world. This introductory course will help students gain the hands-on experience in word processing, graphics, slide shows, and blogging. It also allows students to be more successful creating materials for other high school and college classes. Students will be exposed to a wide range of computer apps and the use of internet research, and online safety. Students must have access Microsoft Office including WORD, Excel and PowerPoint.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the instructor is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Kara Buckner

Economics (TUESDAY 11:30 am - 12:45 pm EST (2nd Semester only)): In this semester class, students begin with investigating the relationship between government and economy, including comparing different political-economic systems. The course will cover the principles of a free enterprise system including the law of supply and demand, markets, pricing, competition, choice, and entrepreneurship. As well, students will learn about money and how it gets its value, how banks work, investing and inflation. Students will discover how to evaluate the health of the economy, the role of the Federal Reserve and benefits and consequence of international trade. Students will complete a semester long project where they invest an imaginary amount of money in stock market and track their results. A second project will be the development of a business plan.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts and ideas taught in class, and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a course completion report at the end of the semester. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $213 / Recorded $188

Teacher: TBD

Curriculum: Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? by Richard J. Maybury

Chemistry (Tuesday, 3:00 - 4:15 pm ET): This comprehensive high school chemistry course which includes many hands-on activities and lab experiences. Topics presented include: atomic theory, trends of the periodic table, quantum mechanics, ion and compound formation, Avogadro's number and the mole, calculation of molar masses and percent composition of compounds, empirical formula calculations, writing, classifying and balancing chemical reactions, stoichiometry, solutions and molarity and the ideal gas laws. Lab activities utilize "chemicals" commonly found in one's home or available at local grocery stores or pharmacies.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Additional time may be required of students to complete labs both with the instructor and independently. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Physical Science

Tuition: Live $480 / Recorded $430

Teacher: Helena Rutan

Curriculum: Friendly Chemistry by Joey Hajda, DVM MEd, Lisa B. Hajda, MEd

Other Materials: Manipulative Booklet, Lab list will be supplied by the instructor. Do not purchase the lab materials prior to class. (Parents Discretion)

General Literature (Monday 2:00 - 3:15 pm ET): This living books course, with curriculum written by Elizabeth Hempton, incorporates literature and written assignments, with the philosophy that solid writing skills are partially developed by examination of excellent models. A foundation of this class is the introduction to the elements of literature (plot, characters, themes, setting, etc) preparing students for higher level literature studies. Various genres and writing styles are purposefully included in this course to allow students to examine them. Among other assignments, students will complete various writing assignments incorporating selected essay writing types. 

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Christopher Schwarzen

Curriculum: Reading as a Life Skill: General Literature by Elizabeth Hempton, The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Emma Orczy, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck, The Chosen by Chaim Potok, The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

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French 1 (THURSDAY 1:45 - 3:00 pm EST): This course provides an introduction to the French language and culture. Students will learn basic French pronunciation and grammar through listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities including Bible verse memorization. This first-year course is designed for students
with little or no knowledge of the French language.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Mary Hannah Schwarzen

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French 2 (THURSDAY 3:15 - 4:30 pm EST): This second-year course builds on the foundation of our French 1 class. Dialogue and learning the language continue through listening, reading, writing, and increased conversations in French between classmates. More advanced functions of grammar and new verb tenses are included, along with Bible verse memorization and daily life application of what has been learned. 

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: French 1

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Mary Hannah Schwarzen

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Ethics: A Survey (Thursday, 4:00 - 5:15 pm EST (available 1st or 2nd semester)): This semester-long Ethics course is meant to be a survey that introduces the students to terminology, and varied ways of approaching the subject of ethics. From personal morality to societal considerations, the examination of ideas to a deeper look into the theories behind ethics, students will explore, think and discuss.

The students will be graded primarily on interaction in the form of dialogue in class and reflective writing assignments for each subject covered. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $213 / Recorded $188

Teacher: Joseph Ray

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Geometry (WEDNESDAY 1:30 - 2:45 pm ET): Students learn through a combination of discussions, cartoons, anecdotes, and vivid exercises that work together to develop an understanding of the concepts behind the formulas. A proof-based course, Jacobs' Geometry will help students see the main ideas and applications, put their new understanding into practice through doing the exercises, and finally understand why geometry works the way it does. Sixteen units cover: lines, angles, direct and indirect proofs, congruence, inequalities, parallel lines, quadrilaterals, transformations, area, similarity, triangles, circles, concurrence theorems, non-Euclidean geometries, and more.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Algebra 1

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Pamela Bronson

Curriculum: Harold Jacobs Geometry Student Text by Harold Jacobs

Additional Materials: Geometry tools - protractor and compass, Scientific calculator - may be an app on a phone or computer (Parents Discretion)

High School Writing Methods (TUESDAY 10 am - 11:15 am ET Section 1/WEDNESDAY 10:00 - 11:15 am ET Section 2): A prerequisite for Seasons Learning literature and history courses, this class utilizes curriculum written by Seasons Learning founder, Elizabeth Hempton. When combined with General Literature, it is the ideal "freshman English" class for high school, laying the groundwork for high school and life writing skills. Students work through the Writing Process to explore six types of writing: narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive, comparison/contrast and rhetorical. Essay writing provides a vehicle for students to practice each type. Students also work through grammar issues, learn to write peer reviews and study higher level vocabulary. 

Assigned homework allows students to practice the writing concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a course credit report upon completion. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Elizabeth Hempton

Curriculum: Writing as a Life Skill by Elizabeth Hempton

Physical Science (WEDNESDAY 1:45 - 3:00 pm ET): This course prepares students for Biology and Chemistry, and includes content plus recorded labs. Students learn to analyze and write lab reports. Content topics include: the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, weather, the structure of the earth, environmentalism, the physics of motion, Newton’s Laws, gravity, and astrophysics.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Additional time may be required of students to complete labs both with the instructor and independently. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $480 / Recorded $430

Teacher: Christopher Schwarzen

Curriculum: Exploring Creation with Physical Science student text - 2nd edition by Jay Wile

Other Materials: Lab list will be supplied by the instructor. Do not purchase the lab materials prior to class

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Pre-Algebra (TUESDAY, 2:00-3:00 pm): This class covers the topics necessary to prepare a student for high school mathematics. Specific topics include fractions, decimals, percents, mixed numbers, signed numbers, order of operations, evaluation of algebraic expressions and solutions for linear equations in one unknown. An emphasis on properly reading, setting up and solving word problems also benefits students. The idea of math sense, helping students logically reason through problems, is emphasized.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course completion report. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $325 / Recorded $275

Teacher: John Paul Harrell

Curriculum: The Principles of Mathematics Book 2 - textbook only, hard copy or electronic by Katherine Loop

Skills for Success Intensive (TUESDAY/THURSDAY 2:00-3:30 pm): This eight week course summer Intensive is designed to help students succeed by equipping them with necessary academic tools. In this class, students will learn about note taking techniques, reading well for assignments, personal integrity, time management, and much more. All topics are both practical and applicable, and a heavy use of Scripture points students back to why learning is important. At the end of this course, students will be ready to take any Seasons Learning course and will feel more prepared for life.

Assigned homework allows students to practice the writing concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a course credit report. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $213

Teacher: Mary Hannah Schwarzen

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Skills for Success (Tuesday, 3-4:15 pm ( 2nd semester)): This semester course is designed to help students succeed by equipping them with academic tools. In this class, students will learn about note taking techniques, reading well for assignments, personal integrity, time management, and much more. All topics are both practical and applicable, and a heavy use of Scripture points students back to why learning is important. At the end of this course, students will be ready to take any Seasons Learning course and will feel more prepared for life.

Assigned homework allows students to practice the writing concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a course credit report. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $213 / Recorded $188

Teacher: Mary Hannah Schwarzen

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Spanish 1 (TUESDAY 10 - 11:15 AM ET (Section 1) OR 2:30 - 3:45 pm ET (Section 2)): In this course, students will be introduced to basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary, using a logical approach that builds language skills weekly. Students will be exposed to reading, writing, listening and translation. By the
end of this first year, students should be comfortable using the present and simple past tenses. They will be able to read and write basic Spanish. Although curriculum is utilized, the instructor expands the course by including her various experiences from living in Spain, where she currently resides.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Lou Ann Keiser

Curriculum: Spanish 1 Student Text (3rd Edition) #500231 by BJU Press

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Spanish 2 (TUESDAY 12:15 - 1:30 pm ET): This course reviews the basic language concepts learned in Spanish 1 and introduces new grammar and vocabulary. Students will become more fluent by following a logical, practical approach. This class includes reading aloud, comprehension, writing, and translation. It introduces classical Spanish literature. By the end of the year, students will feel comfortable using present, past, future, and subjunctive tenses. Although the instructor uses curriculum for the foundation, she expands the course by including her various experiences from living in Spain, where she currently resides.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Spanish 1

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Lou Ann Keiser

Curriculum: BJU Spanish 2, Student Text (Second Edition) by BJU Press

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Spanish 3 (THURSDAY 1:00 - 2:15 pm ET): For high school students who have taken Spanish 1 and 2, this course should bring students to full fluency. Spanish 3 adds the conditional subjunctive tense. It exposes the students to several different kinds of Spanish literature and emphasizes using Spanish for sharing one’s
Christian faith. Spanish 3  concentrates on improving  conversation skills, comprehension, writing, and translation.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Spanish 2

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Lou Ann Keiser

Curriculum: BJU Spanish 3 Student Text by BJU Press

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Spanish 4 (TBD): This course concentrates on reviewing and perfecting Spanish grammar, as well as conversation fluency with an emphasis on normal interactions. Spanish 4 includes studying printed Spanish selections from newspaper articles, classical literature and the Spanish Bible.

Weekly homework reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: Spanish 3

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: Lou Ann Keiser

Curriculum: Spanish 3 Student Text by BJU, RVR60 Paperback Bible - Spanish by

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US Government (THURSDAY 10 am - 11:15 am ET (1st Semester Only)): This course provides engaging content and an enthusiastic instructor to help students advance their knowledge of American government. Students begin with a brief comparative study of governments then move into an in-depth study of American government on federal, state and local level. Students study the foundation and structure of our government with important primary documents including the Federalist Papers and the U.S. Constitution. While studying the Bill of Rights, students learn about civil liberties and rights. Students also cover political parties and interest groups, elections, campaigns, public policy and key Supreme Court cases.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the instructor is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a course credit report at the end of the semester. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $213 / Recorded $188

Teacher: TBD

World Geography (TBD): This class covers the geography and culture of each of the continents. Map skills, research, writing and critical thinking skills combine to make up some of the assignments. Note booking, art, poetry and more are added to make the class relevant for every learning style.  Upon completion, students will have created their own World Geography notebooks combining content, graphics and ideas of all classmates.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Curriculum: Around the World in 180 Days Student Work by Apologia

Teacher: TBD

World Literature (TBD): This course involves the study of masterpieces of translated world literature from the Ancient World to the 20th century. Students will read, discuss and analyze novels, short stories, and poetry from eight different countries, representing a varied collection of authors and settings. Throughout the course, students will learn about the different historical and cultural nuances that influenced the writers and their works. Students will spend time engaged in dialogue, both in discussion and written reflection, about the literature. Through creative and expository exercises students will gain a deeper knowledge of the human condition and how we all share a common thread, regardless of our cultural differences.

Weekly assignments support the reading and discussion for this class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

NOTE: Due to the various translations of materials, students must have the exact versions of the books for this class as noted in the Curriculum Books section.

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Curriculum: The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, Metamorphosis (free online copy) by Franz Kafka, Persepolis: the Story of a Childhood (graphic novel version) by Marjane Satrapi, The Inferno by Dante Alighieri, Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton, Great Short Works of Leo Tolstoy (the stories are also available free online, if desired) by Leo Tolstoy

Teacher: TBD

World History (Wednesday, 9:30 -10:45 am ET): This study of World History, covering Ancients through Renaissance and Reformation, uses whole books and primary source documents, as well as research and note booking projects to help students retain content as it is learned. Students will be required to complete various writing assignments incorporating selected writing styles. With some reading assignments, students will read the exact words of the time period author. Other assignments include informational books and biographies to provide a real sense of the events and people of the time period.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: TBD

Curriculum: Student Book List - TBA by

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World History 2 (TBD): This study of World History, covering Post Renaissance through the Modern Era, uses whole books and primary source documents as well as research and note booking projects to help students retain content as it is learned. Students will be required to complete various writing assignments incorporating selected essay writing styles. With some reading assignments, students will read the exact words of the time period author. Other assignments include informational books and biographies to provide a real sense of the events and people of the time period.

Weekly practice reinforces the concepts taught in class and the teacher is available during live office hours and by email to assist students. Assignments are graded and students receive a mid-term report as well as a year-end course credit report. Students may take this class for Honors credit. The Honors option costs an additional $25 per class. Be sure to check Honors on the registration form. Register Now!

Prerequisite: High School Writing Methods

Tuition: Live $425 / Recorded $375

Teacher: TBD

Curriculum: Teacher Designed Book List - TBA by