Middle School

4th-5th-6th Voice – Level 1 – Wed. 3:00 PM with Pres. Suzanne Lichtenstein

Learn to sing in a supportive environment, along with friends! The Voice is the instrument given to each of us by God. We all can learn to be confident singers if we have an encouraging introduction to singing at an early age. What We Will Study How We Will Learn What to Expect Prerequisites Textbooks

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Level 2 Music Theory, "Music Horizons"

3rd-4th-5th-6th Music – Horizons, Level 2 – Wed. 11:00 AM with Pres. Suzanne Lichtenstein

This is a Level 2 course for students (3rd to 6th grade) who have already taken Music Detectives or Music Fluency. It is also open to students who have already had 1–2 years of music experience in a choir, orchestra, or private music lessons. Sailing into topics that go beyond the ordinary music lesson, we will look

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Beginning Knitting – Fri. 2:00 PM with Katherine Grace

Summary: This course offers an introduction to the processes, materials, and techniques used in knitting.  This will provide both a hobby and a means of making useful household and charity knitting items.  The course will also give students a brief, light introduction to the history of knitting and the various cultural knitting traditions around the

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Marine Biology – T/Th 4:00 PM with Michael Pagani

Required Text/Books: The Good and the Beautiful Marine Biology Summary: This course is designed as an introduction to Marine habitats based upon topical graphical regions. Each habitat will include what elements fosters life and what really causes changes since creation. Each student will be exposed to this life science from an Orthodox and basic science perspective.  We

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6th grade Science – Building Blocks of Creation – T/Th 3:00 PM with Dcn. Michael DeHaven

Required Text/Books:  Summary: This is an introduction to major concepts in science, including history of science, philosophy of science, science and technology, matter, chemical change, physical change, solutions, solutes, solvents, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, technology in chemistry, nutritional chemistry, minerals and crystals, chemical and physical weathering, life, technology in biology, microscopes, chemistry of life, cells, viruses,

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German I – T/Th 10:00 AM with Dcn. Michael DeHaven

Summary: In this class, we will begin our exploration of the German language and the culture of German-speaking countries. We will learn to listen, read, speak, and write at an introductory level, with emphasis on speaking and listening, building up your ability to communicate in a variety of basic, everyday situations, and to understand simple,

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6th grade Science – Building Blocks of Creation – T/Th 2:00 PM with Katherine Grace

Summary: This is an introduction to major concepts in science, including history of science, philosophy of science, science and technology, matter, chemical change, physical change, solutions, solutes, solvents, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, technology in chemistry, nutritional chemistry, minerals and crystals, chemical and physical weathering, life, technology in biology, microscopes, chemistry of life, cells, viruses, bacteria, archaea,

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