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2024-25 Class Schedule and Descriptions

These schedules are a work in progress. We will add descriptions and curriculum as we receive the information from the teachers.

Primary A

Classes are offered Monday - Thursday. There are six blocks per day, two of which are either Sports or Recess. Both Math and Lanaguage Arts will be taught in the mornings with extra-curriculars in the aftersnoons. Specific curriculums will be listed here as we receive them from the teachers.

Primary A and B combine for the following classes:

Mondays - Music and Etiquette

Tuesdays - STEM

Wednesdays - Bible and Spanish

Thursdays - Art

Primary B

Classes are offered Monday - Thursday. There are six blocks per day, two of which are either Sports or Recess. Both Math and Lanaguage Arts will be taught in the mornings with extra-curriculars in the aftersnoons. Specific curriculums will be listed here as we receive them from the teachers.

Primary A and B combine for the following classes:

Mondays - Music and Etiquette

Tuesdays - STEM

Wednesdays - Bible and Spanish

Thursdays - Art

Primary C

Times: 9:30-3:30

Block  MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
1stScience-PhysicsLand and Animals Music Appreciation  Drama - Puppetry
2ndSportsSportsSportsSports
3rdTBDArt HistoryArt Techniques/BibleMusic Theory
4thUS HistoryTBDTBDGeography
5thGroup GamesGroup GamesGroup GamesGroup Games
6thUS Stories/Writing  TBDEtiquetteBuilding/Architecture  

Curriculum/Descriptions

US Stories/Writing: Using short stories about America, students will explore literary elements and expand their knowledge of events and people that shaped our country.  Students will extend their knowledge through engaging sentence writing and will begin learning the parts of a sentence..

US History: Beginning with the Constitution, students will learn the major events of the 19th century, 1776 to 1900, through hands-on and interactive activities.

Music Appreciation: This class will help students build familiarity with various instruments & styles of music and improve their musical abilities. Students will explore music from various time periods and cultures, such as world, classical, jazz, and folk music. They will learn what to listen for and why it’s important. Throughout the year they will learn how to play instruments, sing, play musical games and analyze music.

Music Theory: Introduction the fundamentals necessary to read, write and analyze music. Students will explore the musical alphabet, learning about note names, note value, the music staff, pitch, rhythm and more. Throughout the year they will play instruments, sing, play musical games and learn how to speak and understand the language of music

Art Techniques/Bible: 1 semester or Art Techniques and 1 semester of Bible

Tweens

Block  MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
1stSportsSportsSportsSports
2ndUS HistoryTBDWritingWorld History
3rdUS Stories/WritingTBDWriting, con'tWorld History Application
4thGroup GamesGroup GamesGroup GamesGroup Games
5thScience-PhysicsArt HistoryArt Techniques/BibleDrama - Public Speaking
6thTBDLand and Animals Music Appreciation Music Theory

US Stories/Writing: Using short stories about America, students will explore literary elements and expand their knowledge of events and people that shaped our country.  Students will extend their knowledge through engaging sentence work, reviewing the basics of grammar, mechanics, and word choice. 

US History: Beginning with the Constitution, students will learn the major events of the 19th century, 1776 to 1900, through hands-on and interactive activities.

Writing (2 blocks): 

Using short stories and tales, students will review the literary elements and analyze writing style, use Biblical truths to analyze the morals. Students will be learning the style and structure of the IEW method of writing to improve our note-taking, summarizing, sentence writing, paragraph writing, and story writing. Students will have weekly writing assignments that will be edited by the teacher

Art Techniques/Bible: 1 semester of Art Techniques and 1 semester of Bible

Music Appreciation: This class will help students build familiarity with various instruments & styles of music and improve their musical abilities. Students will explore music from various time periods and cultures, such as world, classical, jazz, and folk music. They will learn what to listen for and why it’s important. Throughout the year they will learn how to play instruments, sing, play musical games and analyze music.

Music Theory: Introduction of the fundamentals necessary to read, write and analyze music. Students will explore the musical alphabet, learning about note names, note value, the music staff, pitch, rhythm and more. Throughout the year they will play instruments, sing, play musical games and learn how to speak and understand the language of music.

History: Story of the World, Year 3

History Application: Projects related to Story of the World History Class

Teens

Tentative Schedule for the Teens

TimeMonday  TuesdayThursday
9:15-10:15Music Theory   WritingWriting, con't
10:15-10:30-snack  


10:30-11:30ArtLiterature          Literature, con't    
11:30-12:00-lunch


12:00-1:00Animals/Ecology  Science    Science, Con't
1:00-2:00SportsSportsSports
2:00-2:15-snack


2:15-3:15Public SpeakingUS HistoryUS Gov't

Curriculum/Descriptions: (We will provide more details as we receive them from the teachers.)

Writing and Literature: Two days a week, students will be learning the style and structure of the IEW method of writing using US theme based topics. Students will also read American short stories and novels.  Students will have weekly writing assignments that will be edited by the teacher, as well as weekly reading in our class novel. 

Music Theory: Introduciton to the fundamentals necessary to read, write and analyze music. Students will explore the musical alphabet, learning about note names, note value, the music staff, pitch, rhythm and more. Throughout the year they will play instruments, sing, play musical games and learn how to speak and understand the language of music.

Sports: A variety of sports are offered like soccer and volleyball.

Science Curriculum: 'Science in the Atomic Age' which is a multi-topic hands on science course to include the study of atoms, molecules, periodic table and cellular science.