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Course Descriptions - 2014-2015 School Year

 

Note: Course descriptions and information marked "TBA" or "TBD" will be posted by the end of June.

CCT Tutor Talk

Join us April 1st from 2:45 – 4:15 p.m. in the Cornerstone sanctuary for a “Tutor Talk.” CCT instructors will provide a two minute overview for each of their 2014/15 courses followed by an opportunity to ask questions.

All registration will be “mail in” using forms available on the website. Preferred registration for CCT families is April 1st – 14th. Registration for families not currently enrolled in CCT begins April 15th. Course placement will be offered to qualified students on a first come basis. CCT will notify you once your student has been placed in a course and will send a second notification once the class student quota has been reached. We expect several courses to fill up quickly. For additional information please contact Tina Prevatt (prevatt@olg.com) or Janice Shupe (shupesj@gmail.com).

Algebra 1

Friends enjoying time together ...

Students are introduced to the fundamentals of algebra in this course. Topics include order of operations, the real number system, variables, first and second-degree equations, inequalities in one and two variables, polynomials, systems of linear equations and inequalities, exponents and radicals, quadratic functions and equations, rational expressions, and word problems. Problem solving skills are honed as students gain knowledge of the fundamental rules of algebra.

In addition to regular classroom instruction, videos from Khan Academy will provide students with reinforcement lessons throughout the week. These online videos will help reinforce the in-class lessons and enable students gain a better understanding of the covered material.

Note: This course is designed for students in grades 8-10.

Materials: Spiral notebook, graphing calculator, pencils

Text: Prentice Hall Mathematics Algebra 1, Johnson, Kennedy, Thompson, Charles, Bass, Bellman, Handlin, Davison, Landau, McCraken, Bragg (c) 2004, ISBN 0-13-052316-X.

Instructor: Sherri Hastings

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American Literature

This class explores literature from the Native Americans to the Post Modern Period (1980). The class will learn to discover elements of style as well as recurring themes in American literature. Activities include discussion, imitation, analysis, essays, oral presentations, projects, and tests. Students will read approximately 75 pages per week and generally have 1 written assignment per week. Throughout the year students are expected to memorize the authors presented in each period and each author’s famous work, style and theme.

Texts: Prentice Hall Literature: American Experience
ISBN: 0-13-698614-5

American Literature Handbook, by Cindy Herndon (I will order a copy for each student enrolled to be distributed at Back to School Night. Cost - $20)

American Literature Flashcards: Available from Cindy Herndon - $5

  • The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Adventures of Huck Finn, Mark Twain
  • The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway

These books are to be read over the summer for plot. We will reread these books together in class for theme, symbols, and style.

Instructor: Cindy Herndon

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American Novels and Drama

The novels and plays will be read in the summer and then again during the school year. Over the summer, the students will read each novel to become aware of the basic plot and the characters in each work. The students will then RE-READ each work as discussion begins looking for other elements of style, such as symbols, use of color, figurative language, etc. Students will read and respond to literary criticisms available through the library data bases.

This class is a thinking class. It is not a lecture-based course. Students will be asked to make connections between works, imitate style, create projects reflecting the theme, find critical essays, and synthesize the novels to American culture. This is an advanced level class requiring an advanced level of maturity due to the mature nature of some of the themes. It is an excellent preparatory class for college level literature classes.

Grading: Students are graded on effort as much as ability. Since this is the first thinking course some students have taken, they will be encouraged to explore various avenues without the fear of failing. Effort is the key. This course does not have a cache of knowledge that students are expected students to memorize. Instead, they need to think. A semester exam and a final essay exam incorporate all the works studied.

Textbooks/Novels: (Summer reading as well as course texts)

  • Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck
  • The Chosen, Chaim Potok
  • Ethan Frome, Edith Wharton
  • Dandelion Wine, Ray Bradbury
  • Member of the Wedding, Carson McCullers
  • Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston
  • Raisin in the Sun, Lorraine Hansbury
  • Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams
  • The Crucible, Arthur Miller
  • Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller

Instructor: Cindy Herndon

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Biology with Lab

Students work hard on a Biology dissection...

This college-prep biology course provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general biology. Heavily emphasizing the vocabulary of biology, it provides the student with a strong background in the scientific method, the five-kingdom classification scheme, microscopy, biochemistry, cellular biology, molecular and Mendelian genetics, evolution, dissection, and ecosystems. It also provides a complete survey of the five kingdoms in creation. Students who take and understand this course will be very well-prepared for a tough university biology course.

CCT will provide microscopes and slides. Instructor will coordinate a class order for dissection materials.

Text: Exploring Creation with Biology, 2nd Edition Apologia Ministries ISBN: 1-932012-57-5. Be sure to obtain both textbook and test & solutions manual.

Class Fee: $15 to offset cost of consumable supplies provided in class.

Materials:

  • Text plus Test & Solutions Manual
  • Four Lab Specimens (worm, crayfish, perch, & frog)
  • Dissection pan and tools

A group order for the Lab Speciment and Dissection Kits will be placed in early August or you may obtain your own.

Instructor: Tina Prevatt

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Chemistry with Lab

Students work together in Chemistry Lab...

The chemistry course by Apologia is designed to prepare high school students for college chemistry. The 16 modules cover measurement and units, atoms and molecules, classifying matter and its changes, chemical equations, atomic and molecular structure, polyatomic ions, molecular geometry, acids and bases, solutions, gas phase, kinetics, thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, energy and heat, and reduction-oxidation reactions. The text is well-written in a conversational tone and is easy to understand. The class is conducted in a lecture format with some instructional demonstrations performed by the teacher. Students will also perform some experiments themselves and will be required to keep a lab notebook to record their lab experiences. Tests are given at the end of each module. Students must have completed Algebra 1.

Texts: Exploring Creation with Chemistry, 2nd Edition; Apologia
ISBN 978 1932012293. This is a textbook and test / solutions manual.

Class Fee: $15 to offset cost of consumable supplies provided in class.

Note: Due to the significant amount of math in this course, all students must have passed Algebra 1 with an 80% or higher. Ideally, students should have already taken Algebra 2 or they should be taking it at the same time as this course. Prospective students must take a short exam prior to being accepted into this course.

Download the exam here: Chemistry Readiness Test

Exam results will be emailed and you may then register for this course.

Instructor: Maria Matthias

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Drawing: Portrait and Figure (1 Semester: Fall or Spring)

Mr. Shelton guides students' drawing progress ...

This course will cover various kinds of drawing methods to become familiar with capturing the human likeness accurately and quickly. We will copy Bargue Plate drawings which are master drawings of various Greek and Roman statues. Students will learn to gesture draw and then refine their drawings. Gesture drawing is a great tool for learning how to draw quickly and accurately. In addition, we will also cover sub basic anatomy, composition and studying master drawings from past and present artists. This class will have an average of 2-3 hours of homework each week.

Students who enroll for two semesters will draw a portrait and figure from life as well as from a photograph to a high degree of finish. All photographs of human figures will not have private areas visible.

Supplies:

  1. Generals charcoal pencils - 1 hard, 1 medium and 1 soft
  2. 18x24” drawing pad (do not get newsprint or tracing paper)
  3. 1 Small package of Tortillon blending stumps (they look like small rolled up pieces of paper that come to a point)
  4. 1 kneaded eraser
  5. #2b pencil and #6b pencil
  6. Pencil sharpener

Most materials are available at Michaels. Coupons can be printed online. Other places to shop online are www.jerrysartarama.com, www.cheapjoes.com and www.dickblick.com

Note: Students who took this course in 2013/14 will work on advanced pictures this year.

Instructor: Samuel Shelton

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Elements of Literature & Composition

Cindy Herndon teaches Literature & Composition.

This course lays a foundation for analyzing literature and for writing effectively. The literature is presented in a genre approach. We start with short stories and examine setting, plot, conflict, point of view, irony, suspense, and symbols. After mastering short story analysis, the class will discuss To Kill a Mockingbird. Drama follows with The Miracle Worker and Romeo and Juliet, both of which are in the text. The plays are read aloud and analyzed for symbols, foreshadowing, irony, figurative language, and classic elements. Prose is the third unit covered with a look at essays, journals, speeches, biographies, and commentaries. Students imitate many of the subjects presented in the prose unit. The final unit is poetry. We not only look at form, but also figurative language, musical devices, and imagery. This unit culminates in a project requiring identifying the terms studied and writing original poetry.

The second aspect of this course is learning to write and punctuate complex sentences and to build effective paragraphs. The four types of connectives are covered and students memorize all the connectives. Students will apply the learned rules to essays written in various modes of discourse: narration, description, comparison, contrast, cause and result, condition, persuasion, etc. Some writing assignments are imitations of what was studied in literature.

Texts:
Composition Handbook by Cindy Herndon (I will order a copy for each student enrolled, to be distributed at Back to School Night Cost: $27.00)

Prentice Hall Literature GOLD ISBN: 0-13-698556-4 (This book available from Amazon.com and Abebooks.com for under $10.)

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (any edition is fine)

Connective Flashcards: Available on Back to School Night - $5

Instructor: Cindy Herndon

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English 6-7 (Middle School English)

Middle School students will learn the fundamentals of the English language and literature. Students will grow in their appreciation for a variety of forms of literary works, including short stories, poetry, essays, and dramas. They will examine and practice the modes of writing, e.g., narration, description, exposition, and persuasion, in composing paragraphs, essays, and stories. Instruction in standard usage and vocabulary development will support the students’ writing. Students will write a minimum of four formal essays and a research paper in the spring semester.

Note: This course is designed for 6th and 7th grade students.

Text: The Language of Literature, McDougal-Littell, Inc 1997.
(ISBN 0-395-73703-6)

Required Materials:

  • 3-ring binder
  • loose leaf paper
  • 5 dividers
  • 2 notebooks (spiral bound or composition books)
  • pencils and pens

Instructor: Peg Mehaffey

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English 7-8 (Middle School English - Intermediate)

Designed for 7th and 8th graders, this course continues the examination, appreciation, and practice of English in literature and composition. Reading for comprehension and appreciation will be emphasized and students will respond to their reading in a variety of compositions of their own. In particular, students will study methods of paragraph development, coherence, and unity, in composing both expository and persuasive essays. Continued instruction in the forms and rules of standard usage will aid the student in developing his or her own writing. Students will write a minimum of four formal essays and a research paper in the spring semester.

Note: This course is designed for 7th and 8th grade students.

Text: The Language of Literature, McDougal-Littell, Inc 1997.
(ISBN 0-395-73703-6)

Required Materials:

  • 3-ring binder
  • loose leaf paper
  • 5 dividers
  • 2 notebooks (spiral bound or composition books)
  • pencils and pens

Instructor: Peg Mehaffey

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Ensemble

Students learning from Mrs. Henshaw ...

Expand your vocal horizons and learn the fundamentals of singing! Body alignment, breathing, tone production and resonance will be taught in a fun group environment. Participants learn songs together as a group and will have at least one performance opportunity per semester. Music theory, sight-reading, ear training, melodic and harmonic analysis, music history and international culture are all part of the curriculum. Students will also learn through playing chimes and other instruments.

Note: There will be a $20 music fee per semester; purchased music will be the student’s property and responsibility.

Instructor: Robin Henshaw

Collaborator:Rie Moore

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Geometry

Students enjoying Drawing class.

The structure of the physical world around us will be described and analyzed using theorems, definitions, and postulates. Problems will be solved using coordinate geometry, constructions, and/or algebraic techniques. The major topics of study include parallelism, congruent triangles, polygons, similarity, circles, transformations, and planar and space measurement. Students will explore two and three-dimensional shapes (and their properties) as well as developing logical thinking skills and using algebra in the physical world. Minimum course requirement is Algebra I.

In addition to regular classroom instruction, students will be provided with reinforcement lessons from Khan Academy. These online videos will help reinforce the in-class lessons and enable students gain a better understanding of the covered material.

Texts:
TBD

Instructor: Sherri Hastings

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Grammar

CCT Grammar

Every language has a grammar, a system of principles and rules that allow us to organize our words and sentences in a coherent and meaningful way. For instance, grammar tells us the order in which sentence parts must be arranged; it explains the work done by the various kinds of words and how words change their form according to the way they are used. Understanding English grammar is crucial to learning how to communicate effectively in our writing. This course will cover the basics of grammar, correct usage, and mechanics including the types of words, phrases, clauses and sentences; sentence structure; modifiers and their correct usage; agreement; punctuation. The knowledge gained will be applied to the composition of well-crafted sentences and paragraphs. We will examine examples of good writing and identify the principles at work in the author's use of language. Successful students will attend class regularly, participate actively in class activities, and complete all outside reading and assignments promptly.

Text: TBD

Materials:

  • Three-ring binder with dividers
  • Blue or black pens

Instructor: Peg Mehaffey

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Greek 2

CCT Greek

This is an independent study for those having successfully completed Greek 1. The emphasis will be on further understanding the basics of Greek grammar with an emphasis in participles and prepositional phrases. Students will also learn basic exegesis (i.e. the critical explanation or interpretation of a text) and be introduced to diagramming Greek sentences from the Greek New Testament.

Prerequisite: Greek 1

Text: TBD

Instructor: Scott Carlson

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Health

CCT Greek

This one-semester course integrates spiritual and moral truths, encouraging students toward wellness and helping them reach the potential God intends for them in their spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical character. Topics include nutrition, diseases, body care, stress, anxiety, relationships, addictions, abuse, eating disorders, depression, peer pressure, and training in spiritual disciplines. Instruction will balance appropriate scriptural principles and physical health, while emphasizing parental involvement in applying knowledge learned. “We are body, mind, and spirit, and we cannot be truly healthy or happy unless we follow the laws of God who made us.” (Boe)

Text: Total Health: Choices for a Winning Lifestyle (Any Edition), by Susan Boe

Class Fee: $15 to offset cost of consumable supplies provided in class.

Materials:

  • text
  • Bible
  • notebook

Instructor: Tina Prevatt

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Marine Biology with Lab

Marine Biology Lab ...

This course concentrates on marine wildlife and marine habitats. It provides a survey of members of each biological kingdom that live in marine environments. Students will learn about the microscopic organisms that make life in the ocean possible, including details about their interesting habits and life cycles. Students will also study the anatomy of many macroscopic marine creatures such as clams, starfish, and sharks. They will then learn how these creatures and their physical surroundings form marine ecosystems such as intertidal zones, estuaries, coral reefs, continental shelf communities, epipelagic communities, and deep-ocean communities. The course ends with a study of marine resources and our relationship with the sea. There will be dissections, microscope work, student presentations, field trips, and possibly guest speakers. In order to take this course, students must have completed a first year biology course, preferably Exploring Creation with Biology...

Required Texts: Apologia Exploring Creation with Marine Biology 2-Book Set (text and solutions/test manual)
ISBN 978-1-932012-60-6.

Class Fee: $15 to offset cost of consumable supplies provided in class.

A group order for dissection specimens will be placed in August.

Instructor: Sherri Hastings

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Painting: Landscape, Portrait and Figure Class (1 Semester: Spring or Fall)

Student paints lighthouse from photograph ...

In this course students will learn the basics of landscape, figure, and portrait painting. Students will be taught how to transfer the drawing to canvas in addition to learning basic painting principles and techniques such as color theory, color phycology, composition, use of mediums and basic human anatomy. For those more interested in landscape or still life painting, we will focus on this after learning the basic principles pertaining to figure painting. Advanced students will practice the same principles but the instruction will be geared towards refining skills and practices. Mr. Shelton often paints with the students so they may see the process in real time while affording them the ability to ask questions about practices with a visual aid.

Students who enroll in both semesters will develop to a high level of finish 1 portrait painting, 1 figure painting, and 1 landscape painting. All photographs of human figures will not have private areas visible.

Supplies: The upfront cost of painting supplies can get pricy but most of the supplies will last even with daily use. You can find many supplies at a Michael’s store. Discount coupons are on their website. In addition, you can also purchase materials online at www.dickblick.com, www.jerrysartarama.com or www.cheapjoes.com

  • Winton brand oil paints, 1 of each: Titanium white, light red (or Indian red), yellow ocher, ultramarine blue, any black, and burnt umber, and burnt sienna
  • A painting pallet: This could be as simple as a large plastic plate or it can be a wooden pallet
  • 2.5 ounce (or larger) container of Refined Linseed Oil
  • 1 metal pallet cup
  • A pack of various acrylic brushes, not oil brushes they are too stiff, not watercolor brushes they are too soft
  • Some form of container to carry the supplies in

Instructor: Samuel Shelton

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Physical Science with Lab

Science students learn usefulness of soap ...

This Apologia course covers topics such as the atmosphere and hydrosphere, weather, the structure of the earth, environmentalism, the physics of motion, Newton’s Laws, gravity, and astrophysics.

Students will be required to read the assigned text prior to coming to class each week. Experiments will be performed in class to assist with understanding and mastery. Students in grades 8-12 may take this course for high school credit.

Required Text: Exploring Creation with Physical Science 2nd Edition; Apologia Ministries. The textbook and solutions/test manual. (ISBN: 978-1-932012-80-4)

Class Fee: $15 to offset cost of consumable supplies provided in class.

Instructor: Maria Mathias

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Physics with Lab

Maria Matthias and students work a physics experiment

This Bible-centered, college-prep physics course offers a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general physics, heavily emphasizing vector analysis. This course will provide the student with a strong background in one-dimensional and two-dimensional motion, Newton’s laws and their application, gravity, work and energy, momentum, periodic motion, waves, optics, electrostatics, electrodynamics, electrical circuits, and magnetism. This course is designed for the student who has completed algebra and has had an introduction to the definitions of sine, cosine, and tangent.

Prerequisites: Algebra 1, Geometry

Required Texts: Exploring Creation with Physics, Second Edition; Apologia Ministries. The textbook and solutions/test manual.

Class Fee: $15 to offset cost of consumable supplies provided in class.

Instructor: Maria Matthias

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Public Speaking for the High School Student (1 Semester: Fall)

The ability to communicate effectively in front of a group has been identified as a key skill for achieving success in the workplace. Students in this one-semester course, to be offered in the fall, will acquire the tools for writing and delivering a speech effectively. Speech writing in this course will support the student’s experience in essay writing for informative and persuasive purposes. Designed for students in the 9th-12th grades, the class will require preparation and delivery of four speeches, as well as analysis of the speeches of others. Course requires a minimum of 7 students.

Text: The Art of Public Speaking, Lucas, Stephen E., Sixth Edition;
ISBN 0-07-039064-9
(Available for purchase on Amazon.com; several copies are available for rent from instructor for $12 for the semester.)

Instructor: Peg Mehaffey

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Public Speaking for Young Speakers (1 Semester: Spring)

Science Fair provides excellent public speaking opportunity

This fall semester course is designed to help students in the 7th – 9th grades gain the skills needed to speak comfortably, confidently, and effectively in front of groups. Through study, instruction, in-class games and practice, students will:

  • Discover how speaking well will help in achieving goals
  • Learn how to organize a speech
  • Learn ways to communicate effectively to the heart of the audience
  • Learn to deliver a speech with confidence

Students will write and deliver four speeches during the semester. Course requires a minimum of 7 students.

Text: The Art of Platform Speaking: Learning form the Great Orators by Michele Hop with Teresa Moon, Institute for Cultural Communicators, 2009.
ISBN: 978-0-9818141-3-1

Instructor: Peg Mehaffey

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Spanish 1

Spanish I is designed to develop a student's ability to utilize basic Spanish in listening, speaking, reading and writing activities as well as to enhance his or her understanding of the Hispanic world and its culture and customs. Topics include greetings, personal description, weather and dates, number expressions, home life, school life, and leisure activities. Students in grades 8-12 may take the class for high school credit.

Text: Churros y Chocolate by Scotts Foresman Press. Books may be purchased independently or rented for $10 from CCT.

Note: Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 will alternate years that they are offered.
In 2015/2016 CCT will not offer Spanish 1.

Instructor: Brenda Cavallaro

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Spanish 3

Students will continue to develop and expand the building blocks they acquired in Spanish I and II. Students will expand their vocabulary, cultural knowledge, and grammatical structures. Emphasis will be placed on listening, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. Students will also begin to read passages from a Spanish Bible.

Note: This class will be 75-90 minutes in length depending on the number of students enrolled. It has been priced as a 65 minute course since it will be conducted in a tutoring format.

Prerequisite: Spanish 1 and 2

Instructor: Brenda Cavallaro

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Theater

This class will help 8th – 12th grade students grow in their knowledge, understanding, interpretation, and expression of dramatic works. Students will participate in theatre exercises to develop or further improve skills in creativity, diction, projection, expression, observation, stage presence, blocking, memorization, relaxation, improvisation, concentration, stage terminology, stage management, and critical thinking about plays. Classroom improvisational activities, character building activities, monologues, and scenes will help students apply their knowledge.

Students will develop ensemble skills and cooperation as well as individual character building skills. Team work and memorization are required and students are expected to fully participate in all activities. Grades will be based on participation in activities, monologue delivery, application of acting techniques, and homework assignments. Students are encouraged to attend one or more dramatic performances during the school year.

Text: None

  • Students are requied to bring journals to class

Materials Fee: $20 for purchase of scripts for in-class use. This fee also covers the purchase of royalty fees so the play(s) may be performed.

Instructor: Crystal Rapp

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U.S. Government and Economics

Students enjoying Drawing class.

High school students are required to take American Government prior to graduation; however, just because this course is required, doesn't mean it can't be relevant and fun! Do you have an interest in politics? Have you heard adults arguing about politics? Have you ever wondered what the people on television or radio are taking about when they discuss our President, Congress or court system? What exactly are the laws that govern what you do as a citizen of the United States?

This course will examine God's purpose and the Christian’s responsibility towards government. Specifically, we will look at the foundations, make up and development of the United States government. We will study the Constitution of the United States as the foundational and authoritative document for our nation. We will discuss big government versus small government, federal rights versus state rights, and strict versus loose interpretations of the Constitution. We will also spend a few weeks studying basic economic principles that have guided American lawmakers, looking at the history of economics as well as theories that affect the American economy today. We’ll introduce the economic theories of Milton Friedman and Thomas Sowell as they relate to the question of government intervention versus free enterprise. Along those lines, we will also study the history, tensions and consequences of socialism versus capitalism.

Note: This course is designed for students in grades 10-12.

Texts:
TBD

Instructor: Scott Carlson

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Voice Lessons - Private

Private voice lessons offer instruction tailored to the individual needs and aspirations of each student. Mrs. Henshaw will help safely and properly develop the voice. Students will practice sight-reading, learn performance techniques, and receive coaching in diction, style and phrasing. Classical, musical theater, sacred and Christian contemporary repertoire is utilized. Students may sign up for the fall session. Students will be accepted in the spring semester, upon availability. A 45-minute session is recommended for high school students.

Fee:

  • $348 for fourteen 30 minute lessons ($87 per month Fall:Sep/Oct/Nov/Jan and Spring:Feb/Mar/Apr/May)
  • $488 for fourteen 45 minute lessons ($122 per month - same months as above

Music Fee: As required or preferred. Some materials will be included in the course fee. Lesson time will be scheduled on a first come, first serve basis.

Note: Students taking private voice lessons may take Ensemble free of charge.

Instructor: Robin Henshaw

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World Geography

In the 21st century, we often fail to understand the importance of geography, how it has shaped our history and still shapes our lives. Geography is the study of the places of the earth; however, the study of geography goes beyond memorizing place names, populations and landforms. Political geography (the study of boundaries of nations, states and cities) is important because every place has a story as to why it exists and continues to exist as it does. Who are the people? What is their culture? How has physical geography, mountains, deserts, rivers and oceans affected the political geography? Whatever the vocation, the successful adult in the 21st century must have a firm grasp of the geography of the world to understand the cultures, languages, and histories of the people on the earth. This is especially true for the follower of Christ. As Christians, we understand God's purpose for salvation includes every tongue, tribe and nation. Geography helps us better strategize and pray for the gospel going forward throughout the world in fulfillment of God's plan.

Note: This course is designed for students in grades 7-10.

Texts:
TBD

Instructor: Scott Carlson

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