Courses

Forensics and Evidence – Fri. 12:00 PM with Gerald Bowling

This class will cover the methods used in collecting evidence on crime scenes as well as the techniques used for gathering evidence. It will also cover rules of evidence. Historical and contemporary crime scenes will be discussed and recreated with the intent to have students apply and practice their knowledge of scene reconstruction. Examples of […]

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German III – Wed/Fri 11:00 AM with Dcn. Michael DeHaven

In this class we will read through a variety of short texts on various themes. Our focus will be on acquiring the vocabulary necessary for communicating at a more sophisticated level than the previous classes, reviewing and refining our understanding of grammar structures learned in previous classes, and exploring new structures that come up in

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Classical Greek II – T/Th 3:00 PM with Brian Ashland

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

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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Classical Greek III – T/Th 4:00 PM with Brian Ashland

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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American Civics & Economics, T/Th 11:00 AM with Dcn. Basil Hinkle

CivicsStudents will become familiar with the Founding Documents of the United States, including the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, as well as the Federalist Papers & Non-Federalist Papers. They will learn how American Government was conceived, developed, and works at a practical level. What are the three branches of government and

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• K-1st Voice – Level 1 – Wed. 2:00 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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