Courses

Voice – Level 2 (1-6) – Wed. 3:00 PM with Pres. Suzanne Lichtenstein (2024-2025)

This class is for those who have completed the Level 1 class, and also for new students who have received at least one year of formal Voice Training.  Prerequisites Level 2 introduces singing in foreign languages. Translations are provided. Children enjoy exploring the beautiful sounds and rhythms of other languages. Most of our songs will […]

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Voice Level 1 (K-3) – Fri. 2:00 PM with Pres. Suzanne Lichtenstein (2024-2025)

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. Prerequisites What We Will Study How We Will Learn What to Expect Textbooks:

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Music Explorers, Level 1 (K-3) – Wed. 12:00 PM with Pres. Suzanne Lichtenstein (2024-2025)

Music Explorers is our Level 1 Music Fluency course for elementary students. Elementary children of all ages and abilities will enjoy this class. It is an introductory course in Music Fluency that covers Science of Sound, Solfege and Moveable Do/tonic, Music Theory, Music History, Composers & Genres, Composing, Introduction to Modes, and Introduction to Byzantine

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Acting II – HS, T/Th 10:00 AM with Isabella Lash (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: Students will analyze characters, scripts, film scenes, and more. They will develop monologues, scenes, and characters. The basics of audition technique will be introduced, including picking and preparing audition pieces, learning how to be confident in the audition room, audition do’s and don’ts, and more. Students will end the class

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American History – T/Th 2:00 PM 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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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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Personal Finance – FALL – Fri. 12:00 PM with Fr. John Hogg (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Foundations in Personal Finance: High School Edition by Dave Ramsey Summary: This class is a one semester course teaching the foundations of personal finance, covering both theological and the practical side of our financial lives. It is available during the Fall and Spring semesters. As the students learn practical money managing skills, special attention is paid

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Personal Finance – SPRING – Fri. 12:00 PM with Fr. John Hogg (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Foundations in Personal Finance: High School Edition by Dave Ramsey Summary: This class is a one semester course teaching the foundations of personal finance, covering both theological and the practical side of our financial lives. It is available during the Fall and Spring semesters. As the students learn practical money managing skills, special attention is paid

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Tolkien Literature – Fri. 3:00 PM with Nicholas Newman (2024-2025)

Introduction to Tolkien Studies  The works of Tolkien hold a central place in the development of Fantasy as a genre. It is Tolkien’s unique combination of scholarship, particularly of Norse and Anglo Saxon literature, his understanding of stories, particularly of “fairy stories,” and how we interact with them as people, and his Christian faith. This course is

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