Courses

Lives of the Saints – Wed. 11:00 AM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: We will begin with the true definition of sainthood in the Orthodox Church, along with the research and understanding of relics and why they are important to the Church.  The Angelic creation and those angels who are saints, along with those who are fallen, is one of the most popular […]

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Lives of the Saints – Wed. 12:00 PM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: We will begin with the true definition of sainthood in the Orthodox Church, along with the research and understanding of relics and why they are important to the Church.  The Angelic creation and those angels who are saints, along with those who are fallen, is one of the most popular

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French (MS Intro) – Fri. 3:00 PM with Maria Tsiaklides-Chalhoub (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books:  ·       First Start French (available through Memoria Press or used bookstores online) ·        A French/English dictionary (https://www.lerobert.com/) Summary:  Middle School Introduction to French is a course meant to familiarize students with the basics ofthe French language structure, common French vocabulary and phrases, and Francophone cultureand Orthodox saints from

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Acting (MS Intro) – Fri. 12:00 PM with Isabella Lash (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: Students will develop creativity, expression, analytical skills, and acting technique through exercises heavily focused on voice and body. Mime, physical expression, vocal articulation and expression, acting terminology, and foundational acting technique are among the many skills that will be taught.  There will be both solo and group work implemented through

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Spanish (MS Intro) – Fri. 3:00 PM with Rachel Miltner (2024-2025)

Required Textbooks: The 100 Series: Spanish Workbook―Grades 6-12 Reproducible Activities for Learning Spanish Vocabulary, Greetings, Common Phrases, Culture by Carson Dellosa ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1568221983 ISBN 9781568221984 Summary: Intro to Spanish is a light introduction to about 70% of the Spanish 1 topics but does not count as Spanish 1. The class requires completion, correction, and submission

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Sewing (Beginners) – Fri. 4:00 PM with Nymphodora Ward (2024-2025)

Required materials: • Sewing Machine • Iron and Ironing Board • Basic sewing kit including: Scissors, hand needles (assorted sharps or tapestry, both are good for different things), thread, seam ripper, pins etc) • Fabric for various projects (do not buy ahead of time, we will discuss thrifting and economical acquisition of fabric during class.

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French I – T/Th 2:00 PM with Maria Tsiaklides-Chalhoub (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books:  First Start French (available through Memoria Press or used bookstores online) ·        A French/English dictionary (https://www.lerobert.com/) Prerequisites: Some of you may have taken introductory French courses in the past. If so, great! However, this is a beginner class, so there are no necessary prerequisites. Summary: French I is a high school

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

Required Texts: 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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