11th grade

Marine Biology – T/Th 9:00 AM with Michael Pagani (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: TBA 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 will explore the similarities and differences […]

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Our Thoughts Determine our Lives – Wed. 2:00 PM with Fr. Paul Girgis (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: Students will learn of the angelic life of Elder Thaddeus – one of the most renowned spiritual guides of Serbia in the twentieth century. Discovering the Christian calling to “bear everything patiently and forgive all”, students will learn the practical ways in which good thoughts and desires give us peace

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Missionaries, Martyrs, and Modern Saints – Wed. 1:00 PM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by teacher Summary: This class is a detailed study of Church History as witnessed by the missionaries and martyrs of the Orthodox Church.  For students who have not taken the “Lives of the Saints” course, it will provide them with a review of the meaning of Orthodox sainthood, the purpose and history of relics, and

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Health & Wellness – FALL – Fri. 1:00 PM with Michael Pagani (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Total Health, Choices for a Winning Lifestyle, Susan Boe, A health Textbook for High School, Purposeful Design PublicationsISBN 978-1-58331-225-4 (Hardcover] ISBN 978-1-58331-226-1 [Softcover]Summary:  This course is a 15 High School level lecture series on Health and Wellness that is broken down into 3 main areas of study.  The St. Athanasius Academy Health and Wellness course is

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Health & Wellness – SPRING – Fri. 1:00 PM with Michael Pagani (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Total Health, Choices for a Winning Lifestyle, Susan Boe, A health Textbook for High School, Purposeful Design PublicationsISBN 978-1-58331-225-4 (Hardcover] ISBN 978-1-58331-226-1 [Softcover]Summary:  This course is a 15 High School level lecture series on Health and Wellness that is broken down into 3 main areas of study.  The St. Athanasius Academy Health and Wellness course is

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English 11/12 – T/Th 3:00 PM with Katherine Grace (2024-2025)

Required Texts:  Beowulf (Burton Raffel translation)Sir Gawain and the Green Night (Burton Raffel translation)The Faerie Queen Book 1 by Edmund SpenserMacbeth by Shakespeare*Please note, this materials list is subject to change.* Summary: Students are introduced to various stories: ancient and modern, comedies and tragedies, fiction and nonfiction. Students will develop knowledge of the basic components of a story and an

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Chemistry – T/Th 4:00 PM with Julia Sheridan (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: This course will follow the GAvirtual Chemistry course embedded in Canvas. Additional short texts or videos may be added where clarification is needed. Additionally short quizzes will be assigned after each topic and two final exams (one at the end of each semester) will review the topics covered during each semester. Summary: This high

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Chemistry – T/Th 1:00 PM with Julia Sheridan (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: This course will follow the GAvirtual Chemistry course embedded in Canvas. Additional short texts or videos may be added where clarification is needed. Additionally short quizzes will be assigned after each topic and two final exams (one at the end of each semester) will review the topics covered during each semester. Summary: This high

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Criminal Justice – Fri. 11:00 AM with Gerald Bowling (2024-2025)

Required Texts: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: This course is an introduction to the criminal legal system of the United States. It exists to broaden the perspective and understanding of how the justice system works and its structure. It will walk the students through the different court systems of the United States, touching on landmark judicial decisions

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