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Physical Education: Tae Kwon Do - Tuesday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mrs. Ginger Torvik

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Semester Supply fee: $50 for uniform and t-shirt, if no uniform needed there will be no supply fee

My desire is to create an atmosphere for the children that is fun, upbeat and encourages excellence and good character. While in class we will focus on kicks, punches, combination routines, self-defense and weapons. Your child will gain poise, confidence and endurance as they train hard and learn new skills. Martial Arts are a wonderful way for children to learn the discipline, hard work and patience that it takes to be successful in life.

Status: open Capacity: 35 Available: 10 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Middle School Writing - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:00 PM - 03:20 PM
Location: Honeysuckle B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Regina Moffett

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Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

This middle school writing class is for the student who is familiar with IEW writing techniques or has taken the Jr. High Lit. class. This class will focus on applying basic and advanced stylistic techniques from the IEW program to various writing assignments/projects. The student will work on writing reports from multiple sources as well as writing various types of essays (expository, descriptive, and narrative). There will be other special projects the student will work on.

If you have a child who is not familiar with the IEW writing techniques, but you think will be a good fit for this class, email Mrs. Moffett.

Supply List: 3 ring binder (2") with dividers, thesaurus, dictionary, notebook paper, black or blue pen, and highlighter. 

Students will have weekly homework writing assignments

Status: open Capacity: 15 Available: 4 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Physical Education (3rd-6th) - Thursday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mis. Keary Koehler

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10


P. E. - Part of Everyday!

  • This class will allow all students to stay involved and active throughout the entire class with age-appropriate/age-specific activities.
  • By making fitness fun, students will be learning healthy habits and behaviors that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives.
  • Students will:
    • Develop and maintain optimum physical fitness
    • Enhance physical growth and development
    • Use skills already learned in game-like situations (catching, throwing, jump rope)
    • Build on knowledge of rules/procedures for games and apply safety practices associated with physical activity
    • Learn to work in a group and demonstrate the basic elements of socially responsible conflict resolution
    • Have the opportunity to improve social and cooperative skills
    • Be able to relate the benefits of daily physical activity and factors that affect physical performance
    • Value physical activity as it relates to health, enjoyment, self-expression, and confidence
  • Parents will receive progress reports and supplemental handouts regarding health and physical fitness.
  • Physical fitness is a vital component of every student’s curriculum!
Status: open Capacity: 35 Available: 26 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Tae Kwon Do - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mrs. Ginger Torvik

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Semester Supply fee: $50 for uniform and t-shirt. If no uniform is needed, there will be no supply fee.

My desire is to create an atmosphere for the children that is fun, upbeat and encourages excellence and good character. While in class, we will focus on kicks, punches, combination routines, self-defense and weapons. Your child will gain poise, confidence and endurance as they train hard and learn new skills. Martial Arts are a wonderful way for children to learn the discipline, hard work and patience that it takes to be successful in life.

Status: open Capacity: 35 Available: 6 Waitlist: 0

Science: General Science - Thursday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Bluebonnet B
Instructor(s): Mrs. LaDonna Ferguson, M.S.

Curriculum: Apologia General Science Textbook: Exploring Creation with General Science ISBN#: 978-1-932012-86-6

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $30

This class will be a lab-based class using Dr. Jay Wile's text, Exploring Creation with General Science, 2nd edition (Siblings could theoretically share texts). Per Apologia Ministries, "This course is designed to be a student's first systematic introduction to the sciences. Although it can be used for eighth grade (especially if the student has recently left the public schools), it is typically used best in seventh grade. The course covers such topics as the scientific method, designing experiments, simple machines, archeology, geology, paleontology, biology, and human anatomy and physiology." Students will need to purchase a textbook and a 1 inch 3-ring binder.  Students will produce a Science Fair project in the spring.

*A text and a 1 inch 3-ring binder needed for class

Status: open Capacity: 25 Available: 16 Waitlist: 0

Science: Hands-On-Science (3rd-6th) - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Location: Bluebonnet B
Instructor(s): Mrs. LaDonna Ferguson, M.S.

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Monthly Fee: $25 (first child, $20 each subsequent child within the same family) ~

Each Semester Supply Fee: $30

Hands-On-Science classes are all about learning to have fun while being introduced to a wide variety of sciences. Each year the topics change as I teach approximately 1 subject per month. Previous subjects have included bats, weather predicting, dental structures & hygiene, reptiles, the scientific method & forensics, space travel, polymers, human anatomy, physics topics, pyrotechnics, conservation, and more. No reading, writing, or homework means students of all abilities can have fun in the science classroom!

*Second and subsequent family members will receive a $5 tuition discount on the monthly class fee.

Status: open Capacity: 25 Available: 17 Waitlist: 0

Art: Art Around the World - Tuesday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Johanna Davila
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

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Monthly Fee: $25 ~  Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

Art Around the World is a hands-on journey that will take your child throughout each of the seven continents. Your child will expand their creativity as they discover the various aspects of different cultures and countries through arts, crafts, geography, and history. As we visit each new place, we will create a project that connects that culture to the country.

Status: closed Capacity: 12 Available: 3 Waitlist: 0

Christian Principles: Defending the Faith - Tuesday Fee: $0.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Mountain Laurel A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Patrice Cole
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

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Monthly Fee: Free ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $15

Revere Christ as Lord, always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks…the reason for the hope…you have.  We review the fundamentals of our Christian faith, get to know our Bibles better, memorize Scripture, learn what cults and other religions believe, and how to refute with truth. We explore the historical, archeological, and creation model evidences and how to answer the skeptics and refute the lies of evolution.

Textbooks:  Scripture, historical, archeological, and creation model evidences;

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 7 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Descriptive Writing/Parts of Speech-Tuesday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Margaret Hatcher
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Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester  Supply Fee: $10

Students will learn the various parts of speech and then take that knowledge and learn to write descriptively (making pictures with their words).

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 13 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Reading Readiness-I Can Read - Tuesday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: Pre-School, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Honeysuckle B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Diana Sandoval
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Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

A good foundation in reading is the key to success, both in academics and in life.  This class builds on phonics skills, decoding, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.  As your child masters the skills needed for reading, they will explore parts of speech and writing.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 11 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Report Writing Class - Tuesday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Margaret Hatcher
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Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

Students will learn to research, take notes and write weekly reports.  We will start with insects and end the school year with mammals.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 15 Waitlist: 0

Full Curriculum: World Views of Western World Year 1-Tuesday Fee: $100.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mountain Laurel B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Stacie Moellendorf
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $100 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $50

World Views of the Western World is a rigorous, integrated high school core curriculum designed to thoroughly equip students to stand firm against the thoughts and ideas of secular culture, prepare students to make a defense for the hope they have within them, and teach students to take the truth of Christianity into the various disciplines of life. The integrated approach is designed to span 4 years of high school, providing a total of 20 course credits in the areas of Composition, Literature, Philosophy/Theology, Western Civilization, Humanities, American History, World History, Government, Economics, Political Theory, Science History, Art History/Appreciation, Music History/Appreciation, and Speech and Debate.

World Views Year 1: The Bible and Ancient Thought establishes the biblical worldview as the gauge against which all other ideas are evaluated. World Views is a study of ideas and the consequences of those ideas accepted throughout history. Year I of this 4-year study contrasts the ideas of the biblical worldview and the Greco-Roman worldview.  Year 1 provides a total of 3 and 3/4 course credits.

Again, this is a rigorous high school CORE curriculum - it is not intended to be added onto a large load of additional curriculum. Most students only need appropriate math, science and/or foreign language classes along with World Views. Most weeks, an average student should expect to spend at least 3 hours PER DAY, 5 days per week (in addition to class time) to prepare adequately for this class.

This course is designed for 9th grade, although may be beneficial for other students at the discretion of the teacher and parent.

WV Year 1 Supply list: Parents must purchase the World Views of the Western World  Year 1 Research and Teaching Syllabus and all related books. (Videos and audios are provided.) Curriculum may be previewed at the Cornerstone Curriculum website (www.cornerstonecurriculum.com). Curriculum must be ordered through Mrs. Moellendorf no later than July 13, 2014 to ensure adequate time to prepare for the first class. A new full curriculum package will run approximately $300.00. If you purchased the curriculum previously, only a new syllabus is required (about $125.00).

MUST CONTACT MRS. MOELLENDORF PRIOR TO REGISTERING

Status: closed Capacity: 14 Available: 3 Waitlist: 0

Full Curriculum: Worldviews of the Western World Year 2 - Tuesday Fee: $100.00
Grade/Age Level: 10th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 03:50 PM
Location: Mountain Laurel B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Stacie Moellendorf
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $100 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $50

World Views of the Western World is a rigorous, integrated high school core curriculum designed to thoroughly equip students to stand firm against the thoughts and ideas of secular culture, prepare students to make a defense for the hope they have within them, and teach students to take the truth of Christianity into the various disciplines of life. The integrated approach is designed to span 4 years of high school, providing a total of 20 course credits in the areas of Composition, Literature, Philosophy/Theology, Western Civilization, Humanities, American History, World History, Government, Economics, Political Theory, Science History, Art History/Appreciation, Music History/Appreciation, and Speech and Debate.

World Views Year 2: The Grandeur of Christianity explores the rich historical influence that Christianity has had upon Western Civilization through the Renaissance and the Reformation. The ideas of the Reformation spread throughout Europe touching all the disciplines. Literature studies include Dante, Shakespeare, Milton, and Bunyan; extensive Bible study completed in conjunction with Calvin’s Institutes, The Westminster Confession and The Shorter Catechism culminates in a major research essay entitled “My Personal Confession” – one of the highlights of the program.  Year 2 provides a total of 3 and 3/4 course credits.

Again, this is a rigorous high school CORE curriculum - it is not intended to be added onto a large load of additional curriculum. Most students only need appropriate math, science and/or foreign language classes along with World Views. Most weeks, an average student should expect to spend at least 3-4 hours PER DAY, 5 days per week (in addition to class time) to prepare adequately for this class.

Prerequisite: World Views Year 1 unless given approval by Mrs. Moellendorf.

This course is designed for 10th grade students, although may be beneficial for other students at the discretion of the teacher and parent.

WV Year 2 Supply list: Parents must purchase the World Views of the Western World  Year 2-3 Research and Teaching Syllabus and all related books (These come as a set – 1 used this year and 1 next year). (Videos and audios are provided.) Curriculum may be previewed at the Cornerstone Curriculum website (www.cornerstonecurriculum.com). Curriculum must be ordered through Mrs. Moellendorf no later than July 13, 2014 to ensure adequate time to prepare for the first class. A new full curriculum package will run approximately $220.00. If you purchased the curriculum previously, only a new syllabus is required (about $125.00).

MUST CONTACT MRS. MOELLENDORF PRIOR TO REGISTERING

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 0 Waitlist: 0

Life Skills: Debate - Tuesday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Mountain Laurel A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Roswitha Martinez
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $25

Students develop critical thinking and analytical skills along with logic and impromptu speaking techniques to defend opposing sides of social issues.

1.General debate terms and history
2.Debate Techniques
3.Sample debate video with a Q&A
4.Practice debates
5.Debate tournaments

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 16 Waitlist: 0

Math: Algebra I - Tuesday & Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Tu,Th
Period: Math; 09:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Location: Live Oak
Instructor(s): Mr. Brian Warren
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: Focus on Algebra, Charles Thompson et al Addison Wesley ISBN#: 0-201-86950-0

Monthly Fee: $50 ~  Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

Have you ever wanted to learn math a different way? This Algebra I course enables you to constantly see how math relates to scenarios that are common in life thus allowing both the learner who consistently struggles with strict algorithmic math and the learner who wants more challenges and applications to both experience success. This course is the foundation for all mathmatics and half of the college math entrance exams, thus we will cover the major concepts of linear and quadratic functions in the four representations tested and expected for college prep (algebraic, graphic, tabluar and verbal) and outlined by the Texas Education Agency.

My goal is to make math accessible for all yet challenging enough to ensure college readiness while bringing out the Christ like character traits that GOD wants us to develop.

Requirements--we will meet twice weekly. It is recommended that students be in at least 7th grade or have teacher approval. The students are expected to keep up with homework assigned and to ask questions and get tutoring from the teacher when they struggle.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 8 Waitlist: 0

Math: Geometry - Tuesday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: Math; 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Live Oak
Instructor(s): Mr. Brian Warren
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: TBD ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~  Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

Description---Geometry is the second half of the college entrance exam mathematics requirements (SAT & Accuplacer). This course will cover main concepts of plane geometry including triangles, circles and special quadrilaterals. It will be taught using applications, algebra and proofs. We will also attempt several field applications of various topics to bring the concepts into the real world.

My goal is to make math accessible for all yet challenging enough to ensure college readiness while bringing out the Christ like character traits that GOD wants us all to develop.

Requirements--- we will meet once weekly. Students must have completed Algebra I satisfactorily. The students are expected to keep up with homework assigned and to ask questions and get extra tutoring from the teacher when they struggle.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 8 Waitlist: 0

Mathematics: Algebra 1/2 - Tuesday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 02:20 PM
Location: Elm
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pauline Bauml
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Curriculum: Saxon Textbook: Algebra I/2 - 3rd edition ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ One Time Supply Fee: $25

Preparation for Algebra I and II. Reviews fundamentals of mathematics: decimals, percents, fractions, unit multiples, conversions, ratios, and much more.

Status: closed Capacity: 24 Available: 17 Waitlist: 0

Mathematics: Math 7/6 - Tuesday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Elm
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pauline Bauml
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: Saxon Math 7/6 - Newest Edition ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ One Time Supply Fee: $25

Covers all material necessary for arithmetic requirements: multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, fractions, decimals, word problems, percents, etc.

Status: closed Capacity: 24 Available: 18 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Physical Education (3rd-6th) - Tuesday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mis. Keary Koehler
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

P. E. - Part of Everyday!

  • This class will allow all students to stay involved and active throughout the entire class with age-appropriate/age-specific activities. 
  • By making fitness fun, students will be learning healthy habits and behaviors that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives. 
  • Students will:
    • Develop and maintain optimum physical fitness
    • Enhance physical growth and development
    • Use skills already learned in game-like situations (catching, throwing, jump rope)
    • Build on knowledge of rules/procedures for games and apply safety practices associated with physical activity
    • Learn to work in a group and demonstrate the basic elements of socially responsible conflict resolution
    • Have the opportunity to improve social and cooperative skills
    • Be able to relate the benefits of daily physical activity and factors that affect physical performance
    • Value physical activity as it relates to health, enjoyment, self-expression, and confidence
  • Parents will receive progress reports and supplemental handouts regarding health and physical fitness.
  • Physical fitness is a vital component of every student’s curriculum!
Status: closed Capacity: 35 Available: 35 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Physical Education (7th-12th) - Tuesday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mis. Keary Koehler
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

P. E. - Part of Everyday!

  • This class will allow all students to stay involved and active throughout the entire class with age-appropriate/age-specific activities. 
  • By making fitness fun, students will be learning healthy habits and behaviors that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives. 
  • Students will:
    • Develop and maintain optimum physical fitness
    • Enhance physical growth and development
    • Use skills already learned in game-like situations (catching, throwing, jump rope)
    • Build on knowledge of rules/procedures for games and apply safety practices associated with physical activity
    • Learn to work in a group and demonstrate the basic elements of socially responsible conflict resolution
    • Have the opportunity to improve social and cooperative skills
    • Be able to relate the benefits of daily physical activity and factors that affect physical performance
    • Value physical activity as it relates to health, enjoyment, self-expression, and confidence
  • Parents will receive progress reports and supplemental handouts regarding health and physical fitness.
  • Physical fitness is a vital component of every student’s curriculum!
Status: closed Capacity: 35 Available: 30 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Physical Education (k-2nd) - Tuesday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mis. Keary Koehler
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

P. E. - Part of Everyday!

  • This class will allow all students to stay involved and active throughout the entire class with age-appropriate/age-specific activities. 
  • By making fitness fun, students will be learning healthy habits and behaviors that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives. 
  • Students will:
    • Develop and maintain optimum physical fitness
    • Enhance physical growth and development
    • Use skills already learned in game-like situations (catching, throwing, jump rope)
    • Build on knowledge of rules/procedures for games and apply safety practices associated with physical activity
    • Learn to work in a group and demonstrate the basic elements of socially responsible conflict resolution
    • Have the opportunity to improve social and cooperative skills
    • Be able to relate the benefits of daily physical activity and factors that affect physical performance
    • Value physical activity as it relates to health, enjoyment, self-expression, and confidence
  • Parents will receive progress reports and supplemental handouts regarding health and physical fitness.
  • Physical fitness is a vital component of every student’s curriculum!
Status: closed Capacity: 35 Available: 34 Waitlist: 0

Science: Exploring Creation with Astronomy - Tuesday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th,
Aug. 19, 14-Apr. 28, 2015—Tu
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Bluebonnet B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Diana Sandoval
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Apologia Exploring Creation Series Textbook: Exploring Creation with Astronomy ISBN#: 978-1-932012-48-4

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $30

The Heavens declare the glory of God! In this class we will take a glimpse at the awesome universe God created. We will explore the mysterious yet wonderful sun and planets that make up our solar system. Along the way we will study moons, the asteroid belt, space travel, and other amazing cosmos that make up God's infinite universe. Moving outside our solar system we will learn about incredible stars and galaxies glorifying God in their greatness. Class activities will include experiments, projects, and games. In the journal, students will keep record of what they have learned in class. The journaling is not required, but is proven to be very helpful in this course. A syllabus will be given but no written homework will be required for this class.

Supply List:

*Exploring Creation with Astronomy Book
*Astronomy Notebooking Journal

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 16 Waitlist: 0

Full Curriculum: Worldviews of the Western World Year 4-Wednesday Fee: $100.00
Grade/Age Level: 12th,
Aug. 20, 14-Apr. 29, 2015—
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mountain Laurel B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Stacie Moellendorf
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly fee: $100 ~ Each Semester Supply fee: $50

Full Description:        

World Views of the Western World is a rigorous integrated high school core curriculum designed to thoroughly equip students to stand firm against the thoughts and ideas of secular culture, prepare students to make a defense for the hope they have within them, and teach students to take the truth of Christianity into the various disciplines of life.  The integrated approach is designed to span 4 years of high school, providing a total of 22 course credits in the areas of Composition, Literature, Philosophy/Theology, Western Civilization, Humanities, American History, World History, Government, Economic Theory, Political Theory, Science History, Art History/Appreciation, Music History/Appreciation, Speech and Debate. 

World Views Year 4: Christianity Answers the 21st Century prepares students to stand firm in the truth they have learned and speak that truth into culture, particularly on the college campus.  Heavy research and composition emphasis on the Christian response to modern philosophy, psychology, economics, science/evolutionary theory and culture.   

Again, this is a rigorous high school CORE curriculum - it is not intended to be added onto a large load of additional curriculum.  At most students only need appropriate math, science and/or foreign language classes along with World Views.  Most weeks, an average student should expect to spend at least 4  hours PER DAY, 5 days per week (in addition to class time) to prepare adequately for this class.   

Prerequisite:  World Views Years 1, 2, and 3 unless given approval by Mrs. Moellendorf.

This course is designed for 12th grade students.  If you have further questions about the class or whether it is appropriate for your student, please contact Stacie Moellendorf at (210) 602-0968 or worldviewsclassesofsa@gmail.com

Short Description:      World Views of the Western World is a rigorous integrated high school core curriculum providing a total of 22 credits over 4 years.  Year 4 will provide a total of 6 and ¾ credits in the areas of Composition, Modern Literature, Philosophy/Theology, Western Civilization, Humanities, World History, American History, Economic Theory, Science History, Music/Art History/Appreciation and Speech/Debate.  Designed for 11th -12th grades.   Contact Stacie Moellendorf for information at (210) 602-0968 or worldviewsclassesofsa@gmail.com

Supply list:      Parents must purchase the World Views of the Western World  Year 4 Research and Teaching Syllabus and all related books. (Videos and audios are provided.) Curriculum may be previewed at the Cornerstone Curriculum website (www.cornerstonecurriculum.com) Mrs. Moellendorf will have booklists available at the FEAST Bookfair and Convention – please see her at her booth or contact her by phone or email.  All orders placed at the convention will have free shipping.  Otherwise, curriculum must be ordered through Mrs. Moellendorf no later than July 13, 2014 to ensure adequate time to prepare for the first class.  A new full curriculum package will run approximately $382.00.   If you purchased the curriculum previously, only a new syllabus is required (about $125.00).

MUST CONTACT MRS. MOELLENDORF PRIOR TO REGISTERING

Status: closed Capacity: 16 Available: 6 Waitlist: 0

Art: 3-D Art - Thursday Fee: $35.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
Signup for this class is closed at this time.

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9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $35 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $60

A wonderful chance to explore various 3-D mediums. Students will work in clay, stained glass, metal and more. Students will have one-of-a-kind art work while learning processes along the way.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 0 Waitlist: 1

Art: 3-D Art - Thursday Fee: $35.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $35 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $60

A wonderful chance to explore various 3-D mediums. Students will work in clay, stained glass, metal and more. Students will have one-of-a-kind art work while learning processes along the way.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 11 Waitlist: 0

Art: 3-D Art - Thursday Fee: $35.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $35 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $60

A wonderful chance to explore various 3-D mediums. Students will work in clay, stained glass, metal and more. Students will have one-of-a-kind art work while learning processes along the way.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 6 Waitlist: 0

Art: Art Glass - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $70

Students will learn how to use various forms of glass such as fused, leaded panels, copper foils, and casting.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 15 Waitlist: 0

Art: Art Glass - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $70

Students will learn how to use various forms of glass such as fused, leaded panels, copper foils, and casting.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 13 Waitlist: 0

Art: Art Glass - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $70

Students will learn how to use various forms of glass such as fused, leaded panels, copper foils, and casting.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 11 Waitlist: 0

Art: Art Metals - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Mulberry B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $70

Students will learn various metal processes as the semester goes on such as casting metal, laminating, forging, piercing, sawing, and more.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 13 Waitlist: 0

Art: Art Metals - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $70

Students will learn various metal processes as the semester goes on such as casting metal, laminating, forging, piercing, sawing, and more.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 15 Waitlist: 0

Art: Art Metals - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mulberry A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Catherine Touch
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

9-9:50am OR 10-10:50am OR 11-11:50am

Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $70

Students will learn various metal processes as the semester goes on such as casting metal, laminating, forging, piercing, sawing, and more.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 13 Waitlist: 0

Art: Elementary Art - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Mountain Laurel A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Linda Cowan
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Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee:  $25

We will use an assortment of materials including pencils, ink, pastel, watercolor and acrylic paints, and clay to produce many projects. Students will learn the elements of art and learn about the great artists of the past. This class is great for all ages.

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 14 Waitlist: 0

Art: Intro to Drawing- Thursday Fee: $35.00
Grade/Age Level: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Mountain Laurel A
Instructor(s): Mr. Felipe Soto
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $35 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: See list below

Students are taught to draw and shade spheres, boxes, cylinders, cones and then how to employ the basic shapes to draw people, animals and most geometric objects. Along with various sketching techniques and tracing and transferring drawings from one source to another, the student will work with foreshortening, 1, 2 and 3 point perspective.

*Supplies needed: 9x12 inch drawing tablet, HB pencil, gum or pink eraser

Status: closed Capacity: 21 Available: 2 Waitlist: 0

Art: Intro to Watercolor - Thursday Fee: $35.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Location: Mountain Laurel A
Instructor(s): Mr. Felipe Soto
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $35 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

This class teaches how to draw and color with a brush using a seven-color palette. It teaches the principles behind warm and cool colors. The student is taught the principles behind proper color mixing. The student is taught to identify complementary colors and then mix those complementary colors gray or subdue intense colors. An attempt is made to do a painting per class to teach the lesson.

Status: closed Capacity: 10 Available: 2 Waitlist: 0

Art: Pottery - Thursday Fee: $45.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Mountain Laurel A
Instructor(s): Mrs. Linda Cowan
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Monthly Fee: $45 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $45

Students bring home many projects in this class. They will work with coil, slab, pinch, glazes and paints to make pots, bowls, sculptures, cups and many other pieces. Great for all ages.

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 10 Waitlist: 0

Computer Lab: Microsoft Office - Thursday Fee: $35.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Pecan
Instructor(s): Mr. David Vequist
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Curriculum: Based on the Microsoft Digital Literacy curriculum Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $35 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

Students will learn how to use Microsoft Office products including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. These are necessary skills for work and college.

*Supply List: Microsoft Office for Students (will be provided in class for all students).

Status: closed Capacity: 10 Available: 1 Waitlist: 0

Computer Lab: Scratch Computer Animation - Thursday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Pecan
Instructor(s): Mr. David Vequist
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Curriculum: Based on MIT (The University) curriculum Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $15

Students will learn the program using the MIT developed software tool. Students will develop games, videos, and will learn other graphic design skills in this class.

Supply List: Home computer with interner access.

Status: closed Capacity: 10 Available: 1 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: American Literature - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 08:30 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Honeysuckle B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Regina Moffett
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Curriculum: Textbook: Learning Language Arts Through Literature: The Gold Book-American Literature,Wordly Wise 3000, ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

This class will focus on the study of American Literature while encompassing vocabulary building, strengthening critical thinking and writing skills. Literature - The literature section of this course will give the student the ability to read and understand varying forms of American literature. The student will learn about famous American literature and authors while also focusing on short stories, novels, essays (expository, descriptive, & narrative), poetry, literature interpretations, and literary terms. Language Arts - Wordly Wise assists students in building their reading vocabulary while concurrently strengthening their reading, critical thinking, and writing skills. Each lesson introduces new vocabulary words and includes practice exercises. Language Arts - Analogies assists students in seeing the relationship between two words while testing the higher-level thinking skills.  Analogies 2 will give the student the method for solving analogies while providing ample practice of the skills acquired.

Supply List: 3 ring binder with dividers, thesaurus, notebook paper, black or blue pen, and highlighter.

Needed:

Learning Language Arts Through Literature: The Gold Book-American Literature ISBN# 978-1-880892-89-3; Wordly Wise 3000, 3rd edition Book 10 - ISBN# 9780838876107; Analogies 2 by Educator's Publishing Service - ISBN# 9780838822272; Additional required books: The Red Badge of Courage ISBN 9780553210118, The Old Man and the Sea ISBN 9780684801223, The Pearl ISBN 9780140177374, great American Short Stories - Edited Wallace and Mary Stegner ISBN 9780440330608, and The Mentor Book of Major American Poets - Edited Oscar Williams and Edwin Honig ISBN 9780451627919

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 6 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Communication and Speech - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Honeysuckle B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Regina Moffett
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

This class is for the student who has no prior experience in public speaking. The student will examine how communication is used in daily life activities. Preparing, presenting and critiquing of speeches will also be discussed in this class. This is a two semester course. The first semester will focus on communication and public speaking while the second semester will focus on learning basic debating rules, formats and practicing debating skills.

Students will have homework assignments which will consist of communication assignments, writing and rehearsing speeches.

Curriculum: Institute for Excellence in Writing's "Speech Boot Camp." Teacher supplied supplemented materials.

Required Supplies: 3 ring binder with dividers, notebook paper, pencil and pen.

Sharpen Your Debate and Speech Writing Skills by Jennifer Rozines Roy and Johanna HaneyISBN 978-1-59845-341-6; needed 2nd semester

Teacher Supplied: PDF Speech Boot Camp: Trainee Materials packet which is to be downloaded and placed in a notebook by the student.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 9 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Descriptive Writing/Parts of Speech-Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Margaret Hatcher
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

Students will learn the various parts of speech and then take that knowledge and learn to write descriptively (making pictures with their words).

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 10 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Exploring Literature through fiction - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Margaret Hatcher
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

We will be exploring literature through different books and incorporating crafts and projects for each novel.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 3 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: High School Writing - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM
Location: Honeysuckle B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Regina Moffett
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

This student writing intensive class will focus on giving the student the tools needed to make improvements to their writing. The first six weeks of the course will utilize the Institute for Excellence in Writing Program which will provide the student with stylistic techniques which he will implement in the writing of paragraphs and essays. Topics to be covered are sentence dress-ups and openers, summarizing stories, note taking, and multiple reference summaries. There will be weekly homework assignments. The remainder of the school year will consist of providing the student with the essential tools needed to write research papers. The student will examine the note taking system, plagiarism and citations, integrating quotations, the counter argument, thesis and outline, drafting, and revision. There will be weekly homework assignments.

Curriculum

Writing Research Papers: The Essential tools (Student Book only) by Lesha Myers can be found at http://www.excellenceinwriting.com.

Supply List: 3 ring binder with dividers, thesaurus, notebook paper, black or blue pen, and highlighter.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 8 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Language Arts (K-3rd) - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pamela Kuhn
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $20 

Through high-interest, literature based units, students will improve listening, vocabulary, reading and comprehension skills.  I will involve children in critical thinking skills.  Fun, comprehension activities will follow each book.  Children are actively involved in every class, while enjoying literature.  

Status: closed Capacity: 16 Available: 8 Waitlist: 0

English/Language Arts: Report Writing Class - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Margaret Hatcher
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

Students will learn to research, take notes and write weekly reports. We will start with insects and end the school year with mammals.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 8 Waitlist: 0

Foreign Language: American Sign Language II - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:30 PM - 03:50 PM
Location: Magnolia
Instructor(s): Mrs. Colleen Davis
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Curriculum: Signing Naturally Units 7-12 Textbook: ISBN#: ISBN: 978-1-58121-215-0

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

This course is a continuation of ASL I. Students must have completed a full year of ASL I prior to enrolling in the class. We will continue to expand American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary along with cultural aspects of the Deaf community, and we will move toward interpreting from English into ASL. Weekly homework will be assigned, and one research paper will be due during the year.

This is a two-semester course. Students who complete the year will earn one high school foreign language credit.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 6 Waitlist: 0

Foreign Language: Spanish for Elementary Students - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Magnolia
Instructor(s): Mrs. Blanca Trevino
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

Experienced professional Spanish teacher (my native language is Spanish). This program offers the students a dynamic course in Spanish, where your child will be speaking Spanish the very first class, with authentic pronunciation and with confidence. The teacher uses a wide range of hands-on activities, learning games, crafts, role playing and music (songs) to keep the students motivated and instill in them a passion for Spanish. It is a one-school year course. The supply fee will cover hand-outs (in place of textbook), for class work, homework, tests and supplies for activities.

Give your children a chance to have fun and develop their foreign language skills at the same time.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 2 Waitlist: 0

Foreign Language: Spanish I - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:30 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Magnolia
Instructor(s): Mrs. Blanca Trevino
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Curriculum: Textbook: To Be Determined ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $15

Mrs. Blanca Trevino, a certified educator on Spanish as a second language, graduated in Mexico, and offers a very dynamic and interactive program for high school students. They are actively engaged through conversational approach of real-life situations, to provide an effective and rewarding learning experience. Classes involve role-playing, learning activities, projects and interviews with Spanish-speaking persons. The students will learn to communicate with confidence. Throughout the year of study, students learn about the Hispanic world and its fascinating history and rich culture. Each of the students will receive the personalized attention they need to successfully learn the language. They will get extra help after class, if required. This is a one-year long course, and the students receive a full high school credit at the end of the school year. A progress report will be given to the parents every eight weeks. The supply fee covers the handouts for homework and tests. Contact Mrs. Trevino if you need more information.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 14 Waitlist: 0

Full Curriculum: Starting Points - Thursday Fee: $65.00
Grade/Age Level: 8th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 03:50 PM
Location: Mountain Laurel B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Stacie Moellendorf
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Class Fee: $65 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $25

Starting Points: This class will powerfully change the way your student views their world and challenges their belief system. Starting Points is a one-year introductory world views curriculum designed to guide students in defining a biblical world view and recognizing world views found in literature, speech, movies, propaganda, and other sources of information they experience in their lives. This is a rigorous CORE curriculum for the Jr. High level it is not intended to be added onto a full load of additional curriculum. Most students only need appropriate math, science and/or foreign language classes during this year of study. Most weeks, an average student should expect to spend about 2-3 hours PER DAY, 5 days per week (in addition to class time) to prepare adequately for this class. At the end of the school year, students will earn one full credit in each of the following:

Theology – in-depth Bible study focusing on the seven world view questions: What is the nature of God? What is the nature of man? What is the nature of the universe? What is the cause of evil and suffering? What is the basis of ethics and morality? What happens to man at death?  What is the meaning of life and history?

Literature – analyzing plot, character, theme, as well as understanding the world view of the author

American History – studying the social, educational, religious, and political life during the Reformation and Colonial America, leading up to the world view that would shape the founding of our nation and our Constitution; timeline activities included.

Composition – The Starting Points class has been extended to 3 hours starting in the 2014/2015 school year to allow for additional instruction and practice in grammar, writing, and proofreading on a weekly basis. To prepare for the required compositions, we will meet in my classroom at FEAST once per week for three weeks prior to Co-op starting. During these writing classes, we will work through portions of the Excellence in Writing Student Writing Intensive as well as learn and practice the process of writing a quality five-paragraph academic essay. This is MUCH more fun that it sounds – and also serves as a great way to build fellowship between the students and Mrs. M. prior to the first class.

This course is ideal for 8th grade, although can be beneficial for other students at the discretion of the teacher and parent.

Starting Points Supply list: Parents must purchase the Starting Points Curriculum including all related books. (Videos are provided.) Curriculum may be previewed at the Cornerstone Curriculum website (www.cornerstonecurriculum.com). Curriculum must be ordered through Mrs. Moellendorf no later than August 1, 2014 to ensure adequate time to prepare for the first class. A new full curriculum package will run approximately $179.00. If you purchased the curriculum previously, only a new syllabus is required (about $45.00).

MUST CONTACT MRS. MOELLENDORF PRIOR TO REGISTERING

Status: closed Capacity: 18 Available: 0 Waitlist: 0

Full Curriculum: Worldviews of the Western World Year 3- Thursday Fee: $100.00
Grade/Age Level: 11th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mountain Laurel B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Stacie Moellendorf
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $100 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $50

World Views of the Western World is a rigorous, integrated high school core curriculum designed to thoroughly equip students to stand firm against the thoughts and ideas of secular culture, prepare students to make a defense for the hope they have within them, and teach students to take the truth of Christianity into the various disciplines of life. The integrated approach is designed to span 4 years of high school, providing a total of 20 course credits in the areas of Composition, Literature, Philosophy/Theology, Western Civilization, Humanities, American History, World History, Government, Economics, Political Theory, Science History, Art History/Appreciation, Music History/Appreciation, and Speech and Debate.

World Views Year 3: The Revolutionary Age compares and contrasts the foundations and outcomes of four major revolutions: the English, American, French, and Russian Revolutions.   Following the Reformation, the backdrop to the English and American Revolutions, the Enlightenment rejected Revelation in deference to Man's Reason: man was now set free from God to determine his own destiny. This movement would set the stage not only for the French and Russian Revolutions, but for the 20th Century as well.  Year 3 provides a total of 5 and 3/4 course credits.

Again, this is a rigorous high school CORE curriculum - it is not intended to be added onto a large load of additional curriculum. Most students only need appropriate math, science and/or foreign language classes along with World Views. Most weeks, an average student should expect to spend at least 3-4 hours PER DAY, 5 days per week (in addition to class time) to prepare adequately for this class

Prerequisite:  World Views Years 1 and 2 unless given approval by Mrs. Moellendorf.

This course is ideal for 11th grade students, although may be beneficial for other students at the discretion of the teacher and parent.          

WV Year 3 Supply list: Parents must purchase the World Views of the Western World  Year 2/3 syllabus (sold as a set) and the related books on Mrs. Moellendorf’s booklist (all of Year 3 books and selected Year 2 books). Videos, audios, and supplementary materials are provided. Curriculum may be previewed at the Cornerstone Curriculum website (www.cornerstonecurriculum.com). Curriculum must be ordered through Mrs. Moellendorf no later than July 12, 2014 to ensure adequate time to prepare for the first class. A new full curriculum package will run approximately $125.00.

MUST CONTACT MRS. MOELLENDORF PRIOR TO REGISTERING

Status: closed Capacity: 18 Available: 1 Waitlist: 0

History/Social Studies: Elementary U.S History of the 19th and 20th Century - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mesquite Room
Instructor(s): Mrs. Nora Gorhum
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ One Time Semester Supply Fee: $50

Join us as we move through history of the 1900s and 2000s learning how it affected the United States and the world. With age appropriate lessons, we learn about both changes and development of our nation and government, the leaders of the time, the many fabulous inventions and how they affected of our daily lives. We will study such events as the oil discovery at Spindletop, Texas, development of US Steel and rise of the big business, the idea of progressivism and the direct primary, assassination of President McKinley, Teddy Roosevelt, monopolies and their development of America and anti-trust laws that followed, the Grand Canyon and the development of dams in 16 western lands, preparation for the Panama Canal, the Wright brother's first successful flight by powered aircraft, introduction of Henry Ford's Model T and assembly line manufacturing.  We will cover inventions from automobiles to spaceships; immigration, business, science developments and changes that occurred in daily living.

We will read about explorers such as Robert Peary and Matthew Henson as they reached the North Pole. Many other explorers, leaders and inventors will be studied. Study skills and vocabulary will be included in this class.

*No textbook purchase necessary.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 6 Waitlist: 0

History/Social Studies: High School American History and Government - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Location: Mesquite Room
Instructor(s): Mrs. Nora Gorhum
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Curriculum: Bob Jones University Press: US History, 4th Ed. Textbook: textbook, workbook and test packet ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ One Time Semester Supply Fee: $25

We will learn about the history of the United States from a Biblical perspective. Emphasis is placed on the forces, events, issues and people that have shaped our nation from pre-Columbus days to the elections of 2010. This class will encourage your homeschooler to think critically about the material not just memorize a collection of facts. Included is American Government and an understanding of our Constitution and other historical documents. The American Government material prepares students for responsible citizenship with a discussion of the principles and mechanics of a constitutional republic.

This is a 1.5 credit class.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 13 Waitlist: 0

History/Social Studies: High School World History - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 03:00 PM - 03:50 PM
Location: Mesquite Room
Instructor(s): Mrs. Nora Gorhum
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Curriculum: Bob Jones University Press: World History Student Text, 4th Ed. Textbook: textbook, workbook and test packet are parent responsibility ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ One Time Semester Supply Fee: $30

"Survey world history through a biblical lens with the World History curriculum from BJU Press. World History recounts the story of mankind from creation to present. As your child studies different historical ages, he or she will be challenged to discover the forces, issues, people and movements that have shaped our modern world. The text emphasizes how a Christian worldview affects the study of history, illustrating the crucial nature of viewing history through the lens of the Bible."

Course will include several activities and food experiences.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 14 Waitlist: 0

History/Social Studies: Middle School American History - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Mesquite Room
Instructor(s): Mrs. Nora Gorhum
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Curriculum: Bob Jones University Press: American Republic, 3rd Ed. Textbook: textbook, workbook and test packet ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ One Time Semester Supply Fee: $30

We begin with the discovery of the New World and progress to modern day. This text, American Republic, demonstrates the distinctiveness of American values and government and emphasizes the importance of understanding and appreciating United States history. Students will be tested over material. Included will be several hands-on-activities and food experiences.

Study skills and how to interact with non-fiction texts included.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 1 Waitlist: 0

Life Skill: Industrial Tech Exploration & Intro. Engineering II Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 08:30 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Mulberry B
Instructor(s): Mr. Bill Beedle
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ Semester Supply Fee: $45

This hands-on, Industrial Technology Engineering II class is a continuation of last year’s Engineering I class, however new students are welcome.  In our highly developed technological and industrialized society, engineering has been foundational to every new invention.  Young engineers will be in high demand both to maintain and to advance our nations technology in years to come.  To help prepare these young engineers, we will continue our introductory studies of engineering through manual Mechanical Drafting, putting pencil to paper on Orthographic and Isometric Projections, Compass work and Section and Perspective views with increasing difficulty.  Students will also be challenged to engineer solutions to various problem solving projects. Students may work individually or in teams to Brainstorm ideas, Engineer solutions, Draft Plans, and Build a Prototype, Test and Critique their Models, and design modifications, thus bridging Theory with Application.  In the second semester, Structural Engineering will be emphasized with Architectural Drafting and a Structural Problem Solving Project as the primary modes to learning.  Interested students in grades 9-12 will have opportunity to participate and compete in the local Engineering Technology Challenge held at UTSA in the spring.  Unit studies in various areas such as Magnetics, Electricity, Microprocessors, Robotics, Laser’s, Alternative Energies, etc, will be incorporated as time allows.  This class is serious, but fun, with lots of practical, hands-on activity.

 

 

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 19 Waitlist: 0

Life Skills :Young Inventors - Thursday (Grades 4 - 8) Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Dogwood B
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pamela Kuhn
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

This class is designed to help students develop their innovative and creative potential. It is so important for students to have the time and resources to actually "think" creatively, problem-solve, and then apply knowledge, skills and imagination.

In this class, students will learn to "think" like an inventor. They will learn about some of our famous inventors, discuss ideas, "brainstorm," "invent" new things with guided lessons, and by the end of the year, they will end up with their very own invention!  Learning to think creatively can be fun and exciting, and I intend to make each class just that!

Status: closed Capacity: 24 Available: 6 Waitlist: 0

Life Skills: Healthy Eating & Nutrition for Kids- Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Kitchen
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pamela Kuhn
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $25

This course is designed to help young children learn to make healthy choices early in life. This will be accomplished in a FUN way that will keep the students activitly involved in every class. We will do experiments, learn some basic cooking skills, learn gardening skills, learn about reading labels and learn to be aware of what we are putting into our bodies. This class combines a discovery approach to learning with a 'healthy" dose of humor. Students will make a healthy snack at the end of each class. We will have a small garden at FEAST to provide some of our food.

Status: closed Capacity: 12 Available: 1 Waitlist: 0

Life Skills: Industrial Tech Construction & Automotive - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: Life Skills; 01:00 PM - 02:20 PM
Location: Mulberry B
Instructor(s): Mr. Bill Beedle
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ Semester Supply Fee: $25

This two semester technology class focuses on Construction and Automotive. The Construction unit will cover the basic materials and processes of residential house construction and apply this knowledge on some of the repair and maintenance of one or more of the FEAST portable buildings. Proper tool usage and safety will be stressed. Maintenance activities will include removal and repair of rotted wood, skirting replacement, caulking and painting, etc.

The Automotive studies will involve both hands-on activities & textbook instruction from How Cars Work by Tom Newton. Students will gain a practical knowledge of some of the most important aspects of vehicle maintenance such as checking the fluid levels, changing the oil, checking tire pressure and changing a flat, changing brake pads, checking the timing, changing spark plugs and wires, checking the cylinder compression, flushing the radiator and changing the thermostat, etc.

No prior experience necessary, yet all skill levels will be challenged. NOTE: at the present, the Construction unit will start off the school year in the fall, and Automotive will begin second semester.

*Supply List:  Paper and pencil

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 20 Waitlist: 0

Life Skills: Nutrition 101- Thursday (Grades 7-12) Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Kitchen
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pamela Kuhn
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Curriculum: Textbook: Nutrition 101: Choose Life! (See note below) ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~  Each Semester Supply Fee: $25 (for food & copies)

Students earn one (1) health credit for the year

*Because material in the text is copyrighted, there is a $35 multiple user license fee (per family for the year, which goes directly to the publisher) which allows me to have permission to copy material for the class. Or you may choose to purchase the book.  If you pay the $35 now and later decide to buy the book, the $35 will be applied towards your purchase price.

With this Bible-based curriculum, your child will learn about the body systems and how food affects them. Students will learn the "whys" of what God provided for us to eat for good health, not just the "don'ts."  We will learn to choose healthy food, and we will make a healthy snack at the end of each class. There will be plenty of hands-on activities to provide opportunities for learning and fun, but mainly to provide a basis for learning to eat healthy for life!

Status: closed Capacity: 12 Available: 7 Waitlist: 0

Life Skills: Elementary Technology - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Mulberry B
Instructor(s): Mr. Bill Beedle
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ Semester Supply Fee: $45

Elementary Technology is an introductory, hands-on, exploratory class for younger children that touches many facets of modern and old-time technologies.  These may include: Woodworking, LASERS, Robotics, Model Rockets, Engines, Electricity, Magnatism, Studio Recording, Aviation, Wind Energy, Solar Power, Radios, Candle Making, Rope Making, Simple Machines, Construction, etc, etc.  This class is designed to meet the children at their level, give them exciting oportunities to explore a variety of technologies, and have loads of fun.  All will succeed.  Returning students are welcome and can expect new projects along with overlap and review of other areas of study in technology.

*NOTE: This is a two semester class.

Supply List: Pencil and Paper

Status: closed Capacity: 23 Available: 1 Waitlist: 1

Life Skills: Teen Cooking - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Kitchen
Instructor(s): Mrs. Diana Sandoval
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $25

This teen cooking class will teach and train teenagers the art of planning, preparing and cooking good, healthy meals. The class is hands on and will teach safety and include proper cooking demonstrations. So put your aprons on and let's begin to plan, prepare, and cook!

Status: closed Capacity: 12 Available: 8 Waitlist: 0

Math: Pre-Algebra - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: Math; 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Live Oak
Instructor(s): Mr. Brian Warren
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Curriculum: Textbook: BJU 7/8 - FEAST Used Book ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~  Each Semester Supply Fee: $35

This course provides the prerequisite skills and development for success in Algebra I and Geometry. We will cover a wide variety of arithmatic topics with some easier methods to approaching traditional problems like fractions, percents, word problems, etc.

Requirements--class will meet weekly. Students must be in at least 7th grade or have teacher approval. The students are expected to keep up with homework assigned and to ask questions and get tutoring from the teacher when they struggle.

Status: closed Capacity: 15 Available: 2 Waitlist: 0

Mathematics: Algebra I - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM
Location: Elm
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pauline Bauml
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Curriculum: Saxon Textbook: Algebra I - 3rd edition ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ One Time Supply Fee: $25

Covers all the basics of Algebra I: combining terms; polynomials (multiplication and division), factoring, distance problems, word problems, ratios, and much more.

Status: closed Capacity: 24 Available: 20 Waitlist: 0

Mathematics: Algebra II - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 02:20 PM
Location: Elm
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pauline Bauml
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Curriculum: Saxon Textbook: Algebra II - 3rd edition ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ One time Supply Fee: $25

Preparation for College Algebra and Pre-Calculus. Reviews Algebra I, advanced factoring, distance problems, percent-mixture problems, and much more.

Status: closed Capacity: 24 Available: 16 Waitlist: 0

Mathematics: Geometry - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:30 PM - 03:50 PM
Location: Elm
Instructor(s): Mrs. Pauline Bauml
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Curriculum: Houghton Mifflin Textbook: Geometry (Teacher supplies texts) ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50 ~ One Time Supply Fee: $25

Covers all the basics of Geometry: definitions, postulates, theorems, proofs, triangles, areas, perimeters. Solid Geometry: surface area and volume. Excellent for SAT and ACT reviews.

Status: closed Capacity: 24 Available: 20 Waitlist: 0

Music: Group Guitar-Accompainiment for Hyms and Praise Songs - Thursday Fee: $75.00
Grade/Age Level: 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Mulberry B
Instructor(s): Mr. Bill Beedle
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $75 ~ Semester Supply Fee: $15

The intent of this class is to facilitate praise to the Lord through gentle guitar accompaniment of Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual songs. The student will learn to accompany a variety of Christian music pieces to both instrumental and vocal melody lines. Instruction will cover simple theory and major on skill development in playing guitar.  Beginners are welcome!!  Individual attention will be given to each student as much as possible.  Advanced students will be given more complex chords and progressions for each song.  Group Guitar Recitals are hosted at the end of both semesters for an evening of praise, musical fun and fellowship.

*Supply List: Guitar pick, extra set of strings, and a small electronic tuner.

Status: closed Capacity: 16 Available: 11 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Physical Education (7th-12th) - Thursday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mis. Keary Koehler
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

P. E. - Part of Everyday!

  • This class will allow all students to stay involved and active throughout the entire class with age-appropriate/age-specific activities.
  • By making fitness fun, students will be learning healthy habits and behaviors that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives.
  • Students will:
    • Develop and maintain optimum physical fitness
    • Enhance physical growth and development
    • Use skills already learned in game-like situations (catching, throwing, jump rope)
    • Build on knowledge of rules/procedures for games and apply safety practices associated with physical activity
    • Learn to work in a group and demonstrate the basic elements of socially responsible conflict resolution
    • Have the opportunity to improve social and cooperative skills
    • Be able to relate the benefits of daily physical activity and factors that affect physical performance
    • Value physical activity as it relates to health, enjoyment, self-expression, and confidence
  • Parents will receive progress reports and supplemental handouts regarding health and physical fitness.
  • Physical fitness is a vital component of every student’s curriculum!
Status: closed Capacity: 35 Available: 26 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Physical Education (k-2nd) - Thursday Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mis. Keary Koehler
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

P. E. - Part of Everyday!

  • This class will allow all students to stay involved and active throughout the entire class with age-appropriate/age-specific activities.
  • By making fitness fun, students will be learning healthy habits and behaviors that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives.
  • Students will:
    • Develop and maintain optimum physical fitness
    • Enhance physical growth and development
    • Use skills already learned in game-like situations (catching, throwing, jump rope)
    • Build on knowledge of rules/procedures for games and apply safety practices associated with physical activity
    • Learn to work in a group and demonstrate the basic elements of socially responsible conflict resolution
    • Have the opportunity to improve social and cooperative skills
    • Be able to relate the benefits of daily physical activity and factors that affect physical performance
    • Value physical activity as it relates to health, enjoyment, self-expression, and confidence
  • Parents will receive progress reports and supplemental handouts regarding health and physical fitness.
  • Physical fitness is a vital component of every student’s curriculum!
Status: closed Capacity: 35 Available: 31 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Soccer Skills and Fitness - Thurday (Pre-5th) Fee: $30.00
Grade/Age Level: Pre-School, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Location: Football Field
Instructor(s): Mr. Carlos Duron
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $30      Each Semester Supply Fee: $10

The purpose of this class will be to teach the basic skills that are needed to be a good soccer player and at the same time getting the children in good condition.

It has been my experience as a coach that children are just being taught how to play a position on a team and not how to use skills to control the ball. I feel that if children learn the basic skills early on, they will enjoy the game a lot more and they will be better players in later years.

Status: closed Capacity: 16 Available: 7 Waitlist: 0

Physical Education: Tae Kwon Do - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
Location: FEAST Small Gym
Instructor(s): Mrs. Ginger Torvik
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Semester Supply fee: $50 for uniform and t-shirt. If no uniform is needed, there will be no supply fee.

My desire is to create an atmosphere for the children that is fun, upbeat and encourages excellence and good character. While in class we will focus on kicks, punches, combination routines, self-defense and weapons. Your child will gain poise, confidence and endurance as they train hard and learn new skills. Martial Arts are a wonderful way for children to learn the discipline, hard work and patience that it takes to be successful in life.

Status: closed Capacity: 35 Available: 3 Waitlist: 0

Science: Hands-On-Science (K-2nd) - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Bluebonnet B
Instructor(s): Mrs. LaDonna Ferguson, M.S.
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 (first child, $20 each subsequent child within the same family) ~

Each Semester Supply Fee: $30

Hands-On-Science classes are all about learning to have fun while being introduced to a wide variety of sciences. Each year the topics change as I teach approximately 1 subject per month. Previous subjects have included bats, weather predicting, dental structures & hygiene, reptiles, the scientific method & forensics, space travel, polymers, human anatomy, physics topics, pyrotechnics, conservation, and more. No reading, writing, or homework means students of all abilities can have fun in the science classroom!

*Second and subsequent family members will receive a $5 tuition discount on the monthly class fee.

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 17 Waitlist: 0

Science: Anatomy and Physiology Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Mesquite Room
Instructor(s): Mrs. Nora Gorhum
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Curriculum: Apologia Textbook: Exploring Creation with Human Anantomy and Physiology ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 ~ One Time Supply Fee : $75

This is a great class for upper elementary and middle school level students.

This is a hands-on-science class. We will study the wonderful human body God created from the top of our head to the tip of our toes and everything in between. (We will not study reproduction)  We will study cells, DNA, blood typing, cardiovascular, muscular, circulatory, nervous, digestive, ebdocrine, skeletal systems and many more interesting parts of the body. This class will include experiments and dissection labs. Student dissections will include sheep brains, sheep hearts, cow eye balls, sheep kidney, chicken skeleton and other dissection labs. No student is forced to participate but should observe and record observations.

**Study skills, vocabulary studies, and tests will be included in this class.

**This class includes work at home in preparation for class activities and lessons.

Status: closed Capacity: 27 Available: 0 Waitlist: 0

Science: Biology I w/Lab - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 01:00 PM - 02:20 PM
Location: Bluebonnet A
Instructor(s): Mr. Fred Beyer
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50.00 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $50.00

This course is designed to be a first year high school Biology course with a lab that gives the student a rigorous foundation in Biology, in order to prepare students for more advanced science courses as well as college-level Biology instruction. The course covers classification, Monera, Protista, Fungi, Biochemistry, Cell (reproduction and DNA), Genetics, Ecology, Invertebrates, Anthropoda, Chordata, Plantae, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals. Will use Dr. Jay Wiles’ text: Exploring Creation Through Biology. Students will need to purchase a copy of the book. Students who complete this course will be very prepared for advanced biology courses and/or difficult university biology courses.

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 8 Waitlist: 0

Science: Biology II w/Lab - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 09:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Location: Bluebonnet A
Instructor(s): Mr. Fred Beyer
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50.00 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $50.00

This course is designed to be an upper level high school biology course and gives the student a rigorous foundation in human anatomy, in order to prepare him for a college level course. The course covers a systemic approach to learning the human body including physiology for the following systems: Integument, Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous, Endocrine, Circulatory, Lymphatic, Digestive, Respiratory, Urinary and Reporductive. Students who complete this course will be well prepared for difficult level university biology courses. This lab course will use Dr. Jay Wiles’ text: The Human Body Fearfully and Wonderfully Made! Biology II students will need to purchase a copy of the book.

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 10 Waitlist: 0

Science: Chemistry I w/Lab - Thursday Fee: $50.00
Grade/Age Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: Science; 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Bluebonnet A
Instructor(s): Mr. Fred Beyer
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $50.00 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $50.00

This course is designed to be a first year high school Chemistry course with a lab which gives the student a rigorous foundation in Chemistry, in order to prepare students for more advanced science courses as well as college-level courses. The course covers significant figures, unit, classification, the mole concept, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics, acids and bases, redox reactions, solutions, atomic structure, Lewis Structures, molecular geometry, the gas laws and equilibrium. This lab course will use Dr. Jay Wiles’ text: Exploring Creation Through Chemistry. Students will need to purchase a copy of the book. Students who complete this course are very well prepared for a difficult university chemistry course.

Students should have completed Algebra I prior to taking Chemistry.

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 1 Waitlist: 0

Science: Hands-On-Science (3rd-6th) - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Bluebonnet B
Instructor(s): Mrs. LaDonna Ferguson, M.S.
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 (first child, $20 each subsequent child within the same family) ~

Each Semester Supply Fee: $30

Hands-On-Science classes are all about learning to have fun while being introduced to a wide variety of sciences. Each year the topics change as I teach approximately 1 subject per month. Previous subjects have included bats, weather predicting, dental structures & hygiene, reptiles, the scientific method & forensics, space travel, polymers, human anatomy, physics topics, pyrotechnics, conservation, and more. No reading, writing, or homework means students of all abilities can have fun in the science classroom!

*Second and subsequent family members will receive a $5 tuition discount on the monthly class fee.

Status: closed Capacity: 25 Available: 2 Waitlist: 0

Science: Hands-On-Science (K-6) - Thursday Fee: $25.00
Grade/Age Level: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: Science; 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM
Location: Bluebonnet B
Instructor(s): Mrs. LaDonna Ferguson, M.S.
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Curriculum: Textbook: ISBN#:

Monthly Fee: $25 (first child, $20 each subsequent child within the same family) ~

Each Semester Supply Fee: $30

Hands-On-Science classes are all about learning to have fun while being introduced to a wide variety of sciences. Each year the topics change as I teach approximately 1 subject per month. Previous subjects have included bats, weather predicting, dental structures & hygiene, reptiles, the scientific method & forensics, space travel, polymers, human anatomy, physics topics, pyrotechnics, conservation, and more. No reading, writing, or homework means students of all abilities can have fun in the science classroom!

*Second and subsequent family members will receive a $5 tuition discount on the monthly class fee.

Status: closed Capacity: 26 Available: 0 Waitlist: 0

Science: Physical Science - Thursday Fee: $40.00
Grade/Age Level: 7th, 8th, 9th,
Aug. 21, 14-Apr. 30, 2015—Th
Period: ; 08:30 AM - 09:50 AM
Location: Mesquite Room
Instructor(s): Mrs. Nora Gorhum
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Curriculum: Apologia Textbook: Physical Science 2nd. Ed./textbook, lab book, test packet ISBN#: 978-932012-77-4

Monthly Fee: $40 ~ Each Semester Supply Fee: $50

This is an introduction to the world of physics, chemistry, and astronomy dealing primarily with nonliving materials. Measurement will be emphasized in each unit of study. The textbook includes lessons that glorify God and his unique creation. Lessons will build on the basic information regarding matter and measurements, key principles and scientific laws of physics, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, sound, light and optics. In addition, lessons on the structure of atoms, compounds, chemical reactions, mixtures and solutions will be included.

Lab activities (hands-on-activities) will be included to accompany readings in textbook.

**Students will be expected to read lessons and handouts at home, study vocabulary and concepts for evaluations and participate in several home project activities.

Status: closed Capacity: 20 Available: 2 Waitlist: 0