The Algebra 1 class will continue to build on algebraic concepts students have learned in prior math classes. Students will develop the understanding they need to resolve more complex problems and functions. Topics covered include signed numbers, exponents, and roots; absolute value; equations and inequalities; scientific notation; unit conversions; polynomials; graphs; factoring; quadratic equations; direct and inverse variations; exponential growth; statistics; and probability.
Please contact us to schedule the placement test required for this class.
Tutor: Meagan Morris
Course Material: Saxon Algebra 1 3rd Edition
Business Mathematics will introduce the math that students will need in order to operate a
business, make investments, manage their personal finances and apply principles of good
stewardship. The units covered include Stewardship, Managing Your Business, Investment,
Income and Taxes and Banking.
Tutor: Lori Frankl
Course Material: Business Mathematics in
This Geometry class will include a wrap-up of Algebra I in the first 4-6 weeks of class. We will
then move onto Geometry. It is divided into the following units: Geometry Basics, Logic and
Proof, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines, Congruent Triangles, Similar Triangles, Quadrilaterals,
Right Triangles and Trigonometry, Transformations, Circles, Volume and Surface Area and
Probability. My goal is to have each student understand what we are learning before we move
onto the next unit. Therefore, we may not cover every unit, if the students need to slow down
and take more time on an earlier unit. I will provide the workbooks for class, and the cost of
these workbooks is included in the cost of the class.
Tutor: Lori Frankl
Course Material: All Things Geometry by Gina Wilson
In this class, students will study various periods of history including creation, ancient history, and the Middle Ages.
Tutor: Steve Krukar
Non-evolutionary in philosophy, spirit, and sequence, this course covers God’s amazing design at the cellular and chemical level. Topics include molecular biology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, and genetics. Laboratory work is included and will cover microscopy as well as animal dissection. In addition, each student will create and present a science fair project.
Price: $600 and $150 lab fee
Abeka Biology: God's Living Creation Abeka Biology Field and Laboratory Manual
Class Size: 20 Students
This class challenges the student to think critically about science from a biblical and scientific perspective. it seeks to answer the questions that are leveled against Christians and science from a creation view point. We will discuss scientific methods such as: carbon and radiometric dating, Starlight and time, and the geological record as well as many other topics.
Tutor: Mark Donegan
Price: $600 with a $65 book fee
Course Material: All books will be provided by the tutor including answer keys for the parents. More information about course material will be provided by tutor.
(1 Highschool credit)
For ages 13-17)
Prerequisites: Complete summer worksheets.
Course Description: Spanish for conversation A/B is a broad-based course designed to introduce or continue to teach students all aspects of foreign language. Grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills are included. Cultural information is provided and taught throughout the duration of the course. Students will research various cultural topics. This is achieved through groups, partners, and individual practice dependent on the subject. Emphasis is placed on reading, writing, comprehension input. Thus conversation takes place more naturally: pronunciation and oral proficiency are our primary goals.
Students in Group B: they will still review basic concepts with group A, but will have more challenging work since they are advanced.
Book cost: $35
Course Material: Textbook titles will be sent via email by tutor.
Course elements will include thinking and communicating from a Christian worldview, sound reasoning, understanding the flow of arguments, and the discussion of current topics.
Tutor: Steve Krukar
In this class, students will be reviewing grammar and sentence structure, writing MLA formatted compositions, reading literature, writing book reports and public speaking.
This class is for grades 9-12. Writing assignments will be adjusted for grade appropriate.
Tutor: Steve Krukar
Kids always want more money. However, they often do not know how to handle
the money they do have. Through this course they will gain solid, biblical money
management. We will address issues of specific concern for teens and they will
learn the basics to help them prepare for financial independence.
They will learn skills that will help them now and prepare them for a successful
Pay fair prices for quality items
Avoid being ripped off by misleading ads and salespeople
Stay out of debt
Save up for a car, college, or business
Give money that will make a difference in the world
Have money to do fun things with friends
The time has come for children to know that all we have has been given to us by God and belongs to him. The vision of Money Matters for Kids & Teens is to provide the tools needed to help children and teens understand and follow biblical
principles of stewardship.
Tutor: Diana Granger
Price: $500 and a $50 supply fee
Course Material: Money Matters workbooks in addition to printed materials.
Please purchase the book linked below.
Money Matters Teens 11-14yrs:
This class is geared for students from 8th to 12th grades who need extra help with handwriting and spelling skills. We will be starting with very basic sight words and moving up to the most commonly misspelled words. Spelling rules will be memorized while also learning suffix and prefix spellings and meanings.
The Orton and Gillingham method will be the foundation of this class. Cursive will be taught and practiced.
Tutor: Sarah Donegan
Price: $500 + $25 supply fee
Course Material: How to Spell workbook by Rudzinski and Haskell Vocabulary and cursive book TBD