Language Arts Courses
Language arts courses are available for grade levels 6-12. These courses cover essay writing and literary style so that students can complete a variety of writing projects.
Social Studies Courses
Social studies courses cover U.S. History, World History, Government, and Economics. U.S. History covers topics from the European colonization to American history in the 21st Century. World History exposes students to ancient civilizations, the Middle Ages, and events from the modern world.
Our mathematics courses provide students with opportunities to explore and discover algebraic principles on their own, prior to the lecture, and through online Labs and Lab activities. Students follow along with the teacher as they solve each problem, with the teachers notes displayed as they are written. Students model and solve real world problems using algebra, functions, probability and data analysis.
Our science courses include earth science, physical science, biology, chemistry, and physics. Students will learn about the earths structure, plate tectonics, biology and genetics, biological history, scientific measurements, properties of matter, and the laws of science that control motion and energy.
The fine arts courses include a variety of art and art history programs. The Introduction to Art course includes a section about art appreciation and another section about art history. Students will learn about the visual elements of art, art terminology, principles of design, as well as a variety of creative media.