BIBLE (Life of Christ, New Testament Survey, Old Testament Survey)
ENGLISH I (1097-1108): This course teaches the student the history of the English language. The level also includes an in depth study of two literature books: Swiss Family Robinson and Twice Freed,
ENGLISH II (1109-1120): This course gives the student experience in several areas of writing with a detailed reading and study of God’s Tribesman and The Hiding Place.
ENGLISH III (American Literature) 1121-1132: This course explains how American history has affected literature. Students will study In His Steps.
ENGLISH IV (English Literature) 1133-1138: This course provides examples and analysis of the best literature from various writers and literary periods of British Literature.
WORLD HISTORY (1097-1108): A study of world history from creation through modern times, with special emphasis on missionary movements and biblical history. Books that are included in this course are: The Federalist Papers and Students Atlas of the Word.
U.S. HISTORY (1109-1120): A study of history from the discovery of America to the present.
U.S. CIVICS (1133-1138): This course teaches the student that we all have a responsibility toward government.
ECONOMICS (1139-1144): This course introduces students to the Biblical foundations for the study of economic systems.
BIOLOGY (1197-1108): A study of biology. This course utilizes the work of the Creation Research Society and expands upon it.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE (1109-1120): A study of Physical Science. The student learns of atomic structure, chemistry and physics.
CHEMISTRY (1121-1132): Through the use of a standard chemistry resource, the student is given a solid introduction to chemistry. Corresponding PACES and study helps view the material from a Christian perspective.
PHYSICS (1133-1144): A study of modern Physics. Through the aid of an established resource book and corresponding PACE, the student is taught the principles of Physics
ALGEBRA I (1097-1108): A study of Algebra, with emphasis on solving and proving algebraic equations.
GEOMETRY (1109-1120): A course in geometry, analyzing the geometric shapes covering axioms, the theorems, and learning to compute areas and volumes.
ALGEBRA II (1121-1132) An advanced study in Algebra, including parabolas, hyperbolas, permutations, logarithms, matrixes, radicals, fractions, and solving equations.
TRIGONOMETRY (1133-1138) the branch of mathematics dealing with the relations of the sides and angles of triangles and with the relevant functions of any angles.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION: This course gives the student an appreciation for physical fitness and allows him to participate in several team and individual sports including: Football, ping-pong, basketball, volleyball, softball, and several fitness programs.
WORD BUILDING: This course emphasizes the spellings, meanings, and functions of words.
READ MASTER: Read Master is a computer-reading program that improves a student’s comprehension and reading ability. All students will participate in this program.
TYPE MASTER: course offered to teach the skills of typing and provides an opportunity to increase typing speed through practice of a computer keyboard.
ETYMOLOGY: This course leads students to an understanding of word origins.
WORK ETHIC: A one semester course in which the student is placed in the position of aide to an adult employee working on simple tasks. Students work in plumbing, concrete, carpentry and other aspects of construction.
GAP PACES: Many times students come to us with learning gaps. A student will receive 1/2 credit (elective) for six gap PACES, or 1 credit for every 12 gap PACES completed.
SPEECH: This course covers the basics of effective speaking.
MUSIC: A student is required to sing 6 specials (songs) from the church hymnal during 6 church services.
SPANISH: Students are introduced to the Spanish language with an emphasis on developing reading skills.