Foreign Language

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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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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Latin MS Level 1A – T/Th 10:00 AM 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 at a slower pace than that of the High School Latin 1 class. The recommended progression is to take Latin 1A followed by 1B in middle school, which would be the equivalent of the Latin

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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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Spanish II – T/Th 3:00 PM with Rachel Miltner (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books:  If you obtained these for Spanish 1, you have all you need (Lessons 14-26): TWO Required text(s): Destinos: An introduction to Spanish Textbook ISBN 10: 0070020698 / ISBN 13: 9780070020696, 1992, 2nd Edition is often under $50 and highly recommended to purchase (it is rather image heavy to print). (Spanish 1-4) Destinos: Workbook/Study

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French II – T/Th 3:00 PM with Maria Tsiaklides-Chalhoub (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books:  First Start French II (available through Memoria Press or used bookstores online) A French/English dictionary (https://www.lerobert.com/) Prerequisites: Middle School Introduction to French is a highly beneficial and recommended class to have taken before French II, but not required. It is, however, required of students to have taken French I and have received a

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Classical Greek III – T/Th 3:00 PM with Brian Ashland (2024-2025)

Continuing our study of the language of ancient Athens, the language of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle among others. Modern Greek pronunciation will be used as a basis for reading instead of an historical phonological reconstruction. Throughout the year, we will continue to parse morphological constructions, building upon our understanding of syntax as we begin to read

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Classical Greek II – T/Th 2:00 PM with Brian Ashland (2024-2025)

Introducing the language of ancient Athens, the language of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle among others, we will be starting with the Greek writing system, grammar(including Latin grammatical categories), morphological forms, and syntax. Modern Greek pronunciation will be used as a basis for reading instead of an historicalphonological reconstruction. Required Text (to be purchased by the

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Biblical Greek III – Wed & Fri 4:00 PM with Brian Ashland (2024-2025)

In this intermediate year will look at more difficult forms of morphology: declension and conjugation, as well as increasingly complex syntax as we read the exercises in our book and translate and analyze sections from the ???? Modern Greek pronunciation will be used as a basis for reading instead of an historical phonological reconstruction. Required

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Biblical Greek II – Wed. & Fri. 3:00 PM with Brian Ashland (2024-2025)

Course DescriptionIntroducing the language of the New Testament, the language of the Gospels and Epistles, as well as the Septuagint, we introduce the Greek writing system, grammar (including Latin grammatical categories), morphological forms, and semiticized syntax. Modern Greek pronunciation will be used as a basis for reading instead of an historical phonological reconstruction.Required Text (to

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