Courses

Of Whom the World was not Worthy: Old Testament – Wed. 11:00 AM with Fr. Andrew Kishler (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Orthodox Study Bible (both Old and New Testaments) Summary: Each week, we will focus on a saint or event in the Old Testament according to the Orthodox Study Bible. Traveling more or less chronologically through the fascinating personalities and events of the Old Testament, we will zero in each week on stories of individual saints, how […]

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Forensics and Evidence – Fri. 12:00 PM with Gerald Bowling (2024-2025)

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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Biology – T/Th 11:00 AM with Michael Pagani (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Miller & Levine Biology: 2010 On-Level, Student Edition,  ISBN-13: 978-0133669510 ISBN-10: 9780133669510 Summary: In this Biology class, we will “inspire students to interact with trusted and up-to-date biology content. The authors’ unique storytelling style engages students in biology, with a greater focus on written and visual analogies.” 

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English 7 – Level 2 – T/Th 1:00 PM with Mka. Natalia Wooten (2024-2025)

Required Texts:  Fix It! Grammar Level 3, Robin Hood  (also by IEW) *Other short stories and poems as provided by the instructor Summary: This course aims to help students build a foundational understanding of the components and organizational structures of short stories, novels, and poems and develop synthetic thinking skills from a foundation of the

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English 8 – Level 3 – T/Th 4:00 PM with Mka. Natalia Wooten (2024-2025)

Required Materials: Summary: This course aims to help students to grow in their understanding of the components and organizational structures of short stories, novels, and poems, building on the foundational skills learned in Grade 7. The aim is for them to develop synthetic thinking skills from a foundation of the Orthodox Christian faith, with the

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English 9 – T/Th 10:00 AM with Katherine Grace (2024-2025)

Required Materials: ***Book list is currently being updated*** Fix It! Grammar: Level 5 Frog PrinceStructure and Style for Students, Year 1 Level C, Student PacketA 1.5″ binder (it can be larger than 1.5″, but I do not recommend anything smaller.)Eight divider tabsOptional: Pre-printed binders with divider tabs from IEW, available in a package with the

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English 9 – T/Th 2:00 PM with Katherine Grace (2024-2025)

Required Materials: ***Book list is currently being updated*** Fix It! Grammar: Level 5 Frog Prince Structure and Style for Students, Year 1 Level C, Student PacketA 1.5″ binder (it can be larger than 1.5″, but I do not recommend anything smaller.)Eight divider tabsOptional: Pre-printed binders with divider tabs from IEW, available in a package with

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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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