10th Grade

WORLD HISTORY

Perfect for visual and auditory learners alike, this Bible-based course presents the major highlights from world history in a format made for the 21st century student.

This comprehensive history course covers topics like ancient civilizations, the Middle Ages, wars and revolutions, world empires, and the modern world.


ENGLISH II

This course teaches English lessons with fun-filled, dynamic content.

English II covers different literature forms like the novel, drama, poetry, and short stories. The course also covers language structure, writing and listening skills, and reading comprehension. 


GEOMETRY

This math course is designed to introduce students to geometry fundamentals.  This course allows students to interact directly with the material, improving concept retention and capturing students' attentions.

This course covers triangles, polygons, circles, area, volume, logic, coordinates, and angles.


BIOLOGY

This Bible-based science course presents biology lessons to students in a fun and interactive environment.  

Made for today's tech-savvy learners, this course includes quality academic topics like microbiology, cells, plants, human anatomy, genetics, and ecology.


ELECTIVES


NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY

This Bible course presents biblical content with engaging, media-rich content students love.  Opening a new world of learning, this course allows students to directly interact with the material.  In addition, this course offers Bible verses in the King James Version. 

This course reviews stories of the New Testament, the Gospels, the apostles, and practical topics like evangelism and God's will.

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AMERICAN LITERATURE

The course helps students discover the enriching works of American literature.

The course covers renowned American writers like Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, as well as modern poetry from authors like E.E. Cummings, Robert Frost, W.H. Auden, and Carl Sandburg.

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BRITISH LITERATURE 

This course explores the rich and colorful world of British literature with dynamic, interactive lessons.

The course includes quality, Bible-based lessons that cover authors like William Shakespeare, John Bunyan, William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats, Robert Browning, and C.S. Lewis.

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BUSINESS COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS I-A

This one-semester elective for grades 9-12 offers an in-depth study of personal and business computer skills, including workplace communication, keyboarding reviews, and software applications like word processing and spreadsheets.

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BUSINESS COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS I-B 

This one-semester elective for grades 9-12 presents an in-depth study of technology skills needed in today's workplace with dynamic, multimedia-rich lessons. Interactive for today's tech-savvy learners, this course gives students a better understanding of communication skills with video clips, 3-D animations, and learning games.

This course covers electronic communications, desktop publishing, presentation technology, computer networks, and operating systems.

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CIVICS

Today's students are tomorrow's voting citizens.  This course presents civic lessons in a fun and interactive learning environment students love.

Offering an informative overview of government, this  course covers American state and local government, leadership, world politics, the election process, economics, and comparative governments.

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THE CIVIL WAR

This elective for grades 9-12 gives students an in-depth look at one of the most pivotal points in American history. Bringing the past to life, this course creates an exciting, motivating learning environment with colorful, interactive lessons. 

Engaging and Bible-based, this course covers the points of contention between the North and South, major battles, the Emancipation Proclamation, the period of Reconstruction, and the war's lasting impact on the United States. The course also covers key war figures like Abraham Lincoln and includes a look at the daily life of a U.S. Civil War soldier.

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COLLEGE PLANNING

This college prep elective for grades 9-12 helps students understand and select the best option for the future with clear, step-by-step lessons. 

This course covers topics such as selecting a college, applying for financial aid, conducting interviews, and studying for the ACT and SAT entrance exams. The course also includes advice on non-college options and seeking God's will.

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CONSUMER MATH 

This math elective for grades 9-12 is perfect for presenting students with basic money management skills in a fun and interactive learning environment.

This course covers daily math applications such as family finances, taxes, insurance, investments, travel, and a basic math review. 

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ESSENTIALS OF MATH 

This math elective for grades 8-12 is designed to refresh students' understanding of fundamental math concepts.

The course reviews algebra, geometry, statistics, measurements, and more.

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FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE

This fun and practical  elective for grades 7-12 teaches students valuable, everyday skills in an interactive, dynamic format.

Helping students build life-long skills, this course covers home economics topics like cooking, cleaning, decorating, personal finances, child care, relationships, a solid Christian home life, good character qualities, and financial freedom. 

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FOUNDATIONS FOR LIVING

Grounding lives in the truths of God's Word, this Christ-centered elective for grades 9-12 explains man's purpose in the world, the Christian family and roles, dating and courtship, education, art, politics, good character qualities, financial freedom, and more.


FRENCH I

This elective for grades 9-12 offers interactive, hands-on lessons that teach French skills through dialogue and conversation practice. Eye-catching multimedia like video clips, 3-D animations, and audio learning games are also included to promote interest and concept comprehension.

French I builds basic skills in reading, writing, and speaking the French language.  This engaging course covers basic sentence structure, vocabulary and situational French conversations for tourists, basic knowledge of France, and more.

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FRENCH II

This elective for grades 9-12 offers dynamic, multimedia-rich lessons that teach French skills through dialogue and conversation practice. Mastery-based to ensure comprehension, the course creates an interactive learning environment through video clips, 3-D animations, and audio learning games.

French II reviews basic skills and builds grammar and pronunciation proficiency in the French language by practicing dialogue and expanding understanding of various sentence structures and situational vocabulary.

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GENERAL SCIENCE III

Packed with colorful and creative lessons, this elective for grades 9-12 reviews basic science fundamentals in an exciting, dynamic learning environment.  Perfect for visual and auditory learners alike, this uniquely innovative course uses these attention-grabbing media tools to explain lesson topics and involve students in their learning.

Offering an overview of general science, this course covers physical science concepts like nuclear energy, Earth's surface, constellations, the future of science, atomics, and oceanography, as well as a comprehensive look at health in the human body. Experiments also are included to enhance learning. 

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HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH

Fun and state-of-the-art, this health elective for grades 8-12 presents health topics in a refreshing, innovative learning environment.

This Bible-based health course covers topics like spiritual, social, emotional, and environmental well-being, as well as personal health, first aid, nutrition, and responsible Christian living.

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INTEGRATED MATH I

This elective for grades 9-12 explains the basic elements of algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. Perfect for remedial work or advanced learners, this course encourages student interaction with multi-dimensional tools like video clips, 3-D animations, and learning games.

The course covers exponents, graphs, radical expressions, angles, and formulas, as well as solving unknowns and equations. Projects are also included to deepen student comprehension.

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INTEGRATED PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

This course is designed to introduce students to upper-level science topics like chemistry and physics in a fun and motivating environment. Integrated with media-rich content, this course has lessons that include clickable video clips, interactive learning games, and dynamic text to build concept retention. 

This course covers matter, motion, forces, energy, waves, electricity, and magnetism. In addition, experiments are included to enhance learning.

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SECONDARY FRENCH

A precursor to French I, this course increases students' French skills with clear, step-by-step lessons.  Great for auditory and visual learners alike, the media tools in this course are designed to keep your students' attention and reinforce lesson concepts. 

The course explains how to read, write, and speak intermediate French with adventure-themed lessons on topics like French vocabulary, pronunciation, the parts of speech, sentence patterns, and reading comprehension. Best of all, audio recordings by actual French speakers are included to strengthen students' French skills.

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SECONDARY SPANISH

A pre-curser to Spanish I, this course presents intermediate Spanish lessons in a fun and interactive learning environment. Designed to involve students in their learning, this engaging course integrates exciting multimedia right into the lessons.

This course includes fun, adventure-themed lessons that cover how to read, write, and speak Spanish, as well as Spanish vocabulary, pronunciation, the parts of speech, sentence patterns, and reading comprehension. In addition, audio recordings by Spanish speakers are included to enhance learning.


SPANISH I

This world language elective for grades 9-12 teaches Spanish skills through dialogue and conversation practice. Beginning-level and mastery-based, the course's lessons include video clips, 3-D animations, and interactive learning games to enrich learning.

This technology-infused elective includes helpful audio recordings of Spanish word and sentence pronunciations. In addition, this comprehensive, course helps students learn basic sentence structures, masculine and feminine word forms, and verb conjugations.

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SPANISH II 

This elective for grades 9-12 presents intermediate Spanish lessons with engaging, step-by-step lessons enriched with multimedia tools.

This world language elective advances students' Spanish skills through the practice of common words used in everyday situations. In addition, mastery-based lessons cover advanced grammar, the parts of speech, vocabulary, reading and writing complex structures, Hispanic culture, and more.

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SPEECH: ESSENTIALS OF COMMUNICATION 

This elective for grades 9-12 offers practical, valuable speech lessons that cover the basics of effective communication in today's world.  This course opens the dimensions of learning with integrated media, while promoting concept retention and capturing students' attentions at the same time.

The course covers topics like communication theories, language usage, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, and public speaking, as well as how to plan, prepare, deliver, and evaluate personal and professional presentations.

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THE STORY OF THE CONSTITUTION

This elective for grades 8-12 offers fun and dynamic lessons that examine the most important document in United States history.  Bringing the past to life, this Internet-based course incorporates video clips, animation, and interactive learning games. Refreshingly different from a traditional textbook, this course uses these engaging, cutting-edge tools to explain lesson content and allow students to interact directly with the material!

This course follows the timeline of the U.S. Constitution's birth, writing, ratification, the preamble, the articles, and the amendments. In addition, the course covers the events and people who influenced the writing of America's supreme law.

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TRIGONOMETRY

This math elective for grades 9-12 covers trigonometry in clear, step-by-step lessons that build students' confidence in performing advanced math. Designed for students who have completed Algebra II, this course makes learning fun with dynamic, interactive lessons that incorporate video clips, learning games, and animation. 

This math course gives students the "big picture" of advanced math, as well as an understanding of how numeric, algebraic, and geometric concepts are used together to build a foundation of higher mathematical thinking. The course includes topics like right angle trigonometry, identities, graphs, and polar coordinates.

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TWENTIETH CENTURY AMERICAN HISTORY

Bringing the past to life, this unique course has interactive lessons filled with exciting multimedia tools like video clips, animation, and learning games.  Opening a new way to learn, this elective encourages students to interact with the lesson material and promotes concept retention with eye-catching, media-rich tools.

This course includes quality, Bible-based lessons that cover nation-shaping events like the Industrial Age, equal rights, the Roaring '20s, the Depression, the two World Wars, and the cold war conflicts.

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VIETNAM ERA

This in-depth elective for grades 9-12 presents appealing, dynamic lessons that examine this difficult time in U.S. history. Bringing the past to life this course goes beyond the covers of a textbook and integrates engaging media like clickable video clips, games, and hands-on projects right into the lessons.

Including a Christian-based point of view, this history elective helps students understand the factors that led to the war, Vietnam's role in the cold war, the military strategy of the U.S., the anti-war movement, and the fall of Saigon. The course also covers topics like how the Vietnam War affected a generation of Americans and Vietnamese and the lessons learned from the Vietnam era.

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WORLD GEOGRAPHY

This cutting-edge elective for grades 8-12 presents dynamic, interactive geography lessons in an innovative learning environment students love. Making geography and culture come to life, this course includes innovative multimedia like video clips, learning games, and clickable text links.

This course takes a closer look at geography tools, physical geography definitions, and the world's seven continents, as well as each region's settlement, culture, politics, economics, and environment. In addition, projects are included to enrich learning.

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