High School

Cappadocian Fathers – Wed. 9:00 AM with Dcn. Nicholas Newman (2024-2025)

Three names stand out in the aftermath of the First Ecumenical Council, who took up the mantle of Orthodoxy against a resurgent Arianism: St Basil the Great, St Gregory the Theologian, and St Gregory of Nyssa. In this course, we will examine the writings of these three Church fathers, called the Cappadocian Fathers, and see […]

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Medieval Christendom: East and West, T/Th 10:00 AM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

The Oxford History of Medieval Europe” by George Holmes ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0192801333, ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0192801333 This study begins with the period following the collapse of the Roman Empire in the West and the fascinating and often overlooked developments and tensions between the existing Roman Empire of the East and developments in

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Medieval Christendom: East and West, T/Th 3:00 PM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

Text: “The Oxford History of Medieval Europe” by George Holmes ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0192801333, ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0192801333 This study begins with the period following the collapse of the Roman Empire in the West and the fascinating and often overlooked developments and tensions between the existing Roman Empire of the East and developments

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Great Trials in History – Fri. 2:00 PM with Gerard Bowling (2024-2025)

Rationale :This course takes a look at historically famous court cases. We will look through existing documents as written by eyewitnesses or those who closely reported the facts. We will cover famous court cases that have existing accounts from Socrates to more modern cases such as Nuremberg. Course Aims and Outcomes: The class will be

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Biblical Greek IV – Wed & Fri. 11:00 AM with Brian Ashland (2024-2025)

Course Description – Over the academic year, we will go through the greek text of Mark discussing the linguistic forms and semitic syntax in order to exegete the over all meaning of the text. Please note: No English translation will be provided or used by the instructor. Students, of course, are encouraged to translate and

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Photography Club, *Wed. 2:00 PM with Kh. Kelleylynn Barberg (2024-2025)

Purpose: To promote creativity through photography, to share and critique the photographs of peers, to educate and improve technical skills, and to spread the love of photography throughout the SAA community. Objectives:  Mission Statement: “We, as the members of the Creative Photography Club, seek to display our love of photography through the constructive assessment of

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Latin HS Level 1, T/Th 2:00 PM with Mka. Natalia Wooten (2024-2025)

Course Description: In this course, students are introduced to the study of classical languages as a foundation of Western culture. The course familiarizes students with the grammatical and syntactical concepts specific to Latin, and gives them practice in hearing, reading, and speaking classical Latin, and gives an introduction to many historical and cultural topics concerning

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Aesop’s Fables (Eng./Spanish), Fri. 2:00 PM EST with Rachel Miltner (2024-2025)

Las Fábulas de Aesopo bilingües Course Description: Bilingual Aesop’s Fables. / Las Fábulas de Aesopo bilingües. Read along to fables read in English, learn key vocabulary, and read along with me in Spanish every Friday in person or at your own pace! Learn a dozen key words in Spanish then listen to the stories in

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Golden Age Mysteries, Fri. 12:00 PM with Katherine Grace (2024-2025)

In this course, we will dive into the Golden Age of the mystery novel! We will examine the history and development of this genre, the “rules” set down about how they should be written, and the various subgenres within mystery. We will read novels, short stories, and dramas from the beginnings of the mystery novel

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Advanced Knitting with Katherine Grace – Fri. 1:00 PM (2024-2025)

Summary: This course offers a broad study of the processes, materials, and techniques used in knitting. This is an extremely useful skill within the more broad category of fiber arts, as one can make multiple household items and items of clothing by knitting.  The course aims to help established knitters take their knitting further and

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