Courses

American History – T/Th 2:00 PM with Fr. Michael Heningham

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher.Summary: This study 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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American History – T/Th 9:00 AM with Fr. Michael Heningham

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher.Summary: This study 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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Spanish II – T/Th 3:00 PM with Rachel Miltner

Required Text/Books:  Destinos Textbook 1992, 2nd Edition, ISBN 10: 0070020698 / ISBN 13: 9780070020696, 1992, 2nd Edition(Used for Spanish 1-4),  2nd Edition Destinos Workbook/Study Guide 1. Lessons 1-26  (Spanish 1 [Lessons 1-13] & Spanish 2 [Lessons 14-26]) ISBN-10 0070672598  ISBN-13 978-0070672598 (Used for Spanish 1 & 2) All the Textbook, workbook and audio files are available

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Spanish I – T/Th 2:00 PM with Rachel Miltner

Required Text/Books: Destinos Textbook 1992, 2nd Edition, ISBN 13: 9780070020696 / ISBN 10: 0070020698 (Used for Spanish 1-4),  2nd Edition Destinos Workbook. Lessons 1-26 ISBN-13 978-0070672598 ISBN-10 0070672598 (Used for Spanish 1 & 2) All the Textbook, workbook and audio files are available to print for free under Tom’s Destinos Files (third underline from the top) at https://www.swfloridaspanish.com/resources

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French II – T/Th 2:00 PM with Fr. Fred Shaheen

Required Text/Books: Invitation au monde francophone, 2nd edition 2005 by Gilbert A. Jarvis, Therese M. Bonin, Diane W. Birckbichler, and Anne Lair (ed). The CD is not mandatory. Summary: French is perhaps one of the most widely spoken and culturally rich of the love languages. In this course, we will cover pronunciation, speaking, writing, and reading. With a

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French I – T/Th 1:00 PM with Fr. Fred Shaheen

Required Text/Books: Invitation au monde francophone, 2nd edition 2005 by Gilbert A. Jarvis, Therese M. Bonin, Diane W. Birckbichler, and Anne Lair (ed). The CD is not mandatory. Summary: French is perhaps one of the most widely spoken and culturally rich of the love languages. In this course we will cover introductory level pronunciation, speaking, writing, and reading.

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Classical Greek I – T/Th 2:00 PM with Brian Ashland

Required Text/Books: Athenaze Book 1 2nd Ed. 2003 by Balme and Lawall, Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195149562Summary: 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

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Biblical Greek II – Wed. & Fri. 3:00 PM with Brian Ashland

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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Biblical Greek I – Wed & Fri. 2:00 PM with Brian Ashland

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 be

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Virtues & Passions – Wed. 1:00 PM with Fr. Paul Girgis

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: Drawing from the Book of Genesis, students will learn how man was created, what he was created for and the spiritual brokenness he finds himself in today. We will discover the method in which one is spiritually redeemed (healed) as well as develop a clear understanding of the passions and

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