Please keep in mind that not every class listed will be available every year. Please see our current schedule for the classes that will be offered for the upcoming school year. Please note that classes for our younger students will be located at LWG and for our older students LWGC.
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. Some topics covered include Prime and Composite numbers; fractions & decimals; order of operations, coordinates, exponents, square roots, ratios, algebraic phrases, probability, the Pythagorean Theorem and more. Utilizing an incremental approach to math, students will be able to retain and increase knowledge with great success, earning 1 high school credit!
Please contact us to schedule the placement test required for this class.
Tutor: Heather Loewenheim
Course Material: Saxon Algebra 1/2
Spanish 1 will cover grammar, reading, writing, and speaking. Cultural information is provided and taught throughout the duration of the course. Using everyday conversations in various familiar settings, students develop basic skills, expand their vocabulary, learn correct word order, build confidence, and gain a deeper appreciation of the Spanish language. Workbooks focus on reading and writing exercises; audio CDs offer listening and comprehension activities; class provides opportunities to practice speaking Spanish.
Tutor: Heather Loewenheim
Course Material: Lifepac Electives: Spanish I Workbook Set
In this course, students will encounter stories and ideas that engage them to think deeply about themselves, others, God, and society. As students with learning differences, they will be given needed support while also being encouraged to advocate and strategize as independent learners. Reading comprehension and text analysis skills will be taught hand-in-hand and students will be challenged to evaluate literary texts for craftsmanship as well as recognize and think about themes and lessons presented by each text. Students will come to in-person sessions ready to discuss and grapple with ideas related to individual identity, individuals in society, and the individual in relationship with God. Along the way, short written responses, hands-on activities, and projects will support student growth in literary analysis in various ways. Other written assignments will bring ideas together and encourage students to express their learning in ways that challenge them to improve as writers as well. We will assess and fill in gaps in understanding and application of grammar, punctuation, and capitalization to help with composing and editing effective drafts. As we move forward, we will choose literature that furthers the discussion and engages individual learners by interest and reading strengths. Families will be responsible for borrowing or buying the literature pieces. Ample time will be given and options suggested for procuring these books. Materials Fee will cover curriculum guides, online resources, and potential writing curriculum or grammar support guides.
Price: $1500 and $85 Materials Fee
Tutor: Jonathan Fowler
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.
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.
Course elements will include thinking and communicating from a Christian worldview, sound reasoning, understanding the flow of arguments, and the discussion of current topics.
The study of biology begins with an overview of chemistry while opening a deeper understanding of the living things that God created. The course moves through the nature of cells, ecosystems, biomes, the genetic code, plant and animal taxonomies, and more. We will use a light microscope to view slides, will practice dissection skills, and many other hands-on experiments.
Tutor: Veronica Starr
Price: $700 and $150 lab fee
-Master's Class High School Biology
-All lab materials will be provided in class
Class Size: 20 Students
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 and more.
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.
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God is able to make all Grace abound toward you: having all sufficiency in all things.
2 Cor 9:8