9th grade

Geometry – T/Th 11:00 AM with Nicholas Thorp (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Saxon Geometry (Only the textbook is needed) Summary: For thousands of years, geometry has been the cornerstone of all mathematics. Inthis class students will explore the relationship between mathematics and space. Using SaxonGeometry, they will learn logic through geometric proofs as well as develop their knowledge ofalgebra through more advanced function graphing. Prerequisites: Have familiarity […]

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Compelling Conversations – Wed. 1:00 PM with Fr. Patrick Cardine (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Orthodox Study BibleSummary:  This class is intended for 9th/10th-grade students. Fr. Patrick will guide teenagers on a group discussion about the basic tenets of the Orthodox faith and how to articulate them. The subject matter will focus solely on what Orthodox Christianity is and how to explain the faith at a high school level.

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American History – T/Th 9:00 AM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher.Summary: This class will explore the social and spiritual forces that shaped the history of the United States.  Instead of statistics and dates, it will take an apolitical path of how humanity managed to develop the most unique human experience in history combining cultures and mythologies from all around the globe as

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World History Survey 8/9 – T/Th 3:00 PM with Dallas Shipp (2024-2025)

Please complete MS History I, II, and III prior to enrolling into this course. Required texts:The Book of the Ancient World, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Greeks, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Romans, by Dorothy Mills I. Rationale: World History is a survey of the ancient world, the Greek and Roman

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World History Survey 8/9 – T/Th 9:00 AM with Dallas Shipp (2024-2025)

Please complete MS History I, II, and III prior to enrolling into this course. Required texts:The Book of the Ancient World, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Greeks, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Romans, by Dorothy Mills I. Rationale:World History is a survey of the ancient world, the Greek and Roman worlds,

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Algebra 1 – T/Th 10:00 AM with Nicholas Thorp (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Saxon Algebra 1; Third Edition (only the textbook is needed) Summary: This course will take the students’ knowledge of arithmetic and elevate it by applying those skills to complex problems and functions. Algebra is the foundation on which all higher forms of math, from probability to computer programming, are based on.  Recommend completing Math 8

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Algebra 1 – T/Th 1:00 PM with Nicholas Thorp (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Saxon Algebra 1; Third Edition (only the textbook is needed) Summary: This course will take the students’ knowledge of arithmetic and elevate it by applying those skills to complex problems and functions. Algebra is the foundation on which all higher forms of math, from probability to computer programming, are based on.  Recommend completing Math 8

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Science 8/9 – T/Th 12:00 PM with Maria Murray (2024-2025)

Textbook: To be supplied by the teacher (Exploring the Building Blocks of Science) Summary: In this class, students will continue their formal study of science through a physical science course focused on our planet.  Students will continue to develop skills in designing and executing experiments, using the scientific method, and writing lab reports.  Topics of

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Science 8/9 – T/Th 9:00 AM with Maria Murray (2024-2025)

This course needs to be completed to move forward in Biology, Marine Biology & Chemistry Textbook: To be supplied by the teacher (Exploring the Building Blocks of Science) Summary: In this class, students will continue their formal study of science through a physical science course focused on our planet.  Students will continue to develop skills

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