General elective

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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The Hobbit (SPRING) with Dcn. Nicholas Newman – Fri. 11:00 AM (2024-2025)

Required Text/Materials:  Copy of The Hobbit, access to the movie The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and a printer for class materials. The Hobbit; or, There and Back Again by J. R. R. Tolkien (2012) Paperback by DespinaG        Summary:   Come and meet me in the Shire and take a journey to find treasure! To begin our journey

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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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Beginning Knitting – Fri. 2:00 PM with Katherine Grace (2024-2025)

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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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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Computer Science – Fri. 1:00 PM with Prsb. Amelia Uhlman (2024-2025)

Summary:  It is important to teach our youth how computers work and how they can help, or harm, our spiritual life. Cell phones, email, websites, and electronic banking are becoming common and, in some cases required, for a person to live in today’s world. It is important to teach our youth how computers work and

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