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Rhetoric School (9th-12th)

SCHEDULE: M-T-W-TH 8:30-9:30
DATES: 8/21-5/17

COST: $700 paid in two installments of $350 due at the beginning of each semester

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Algebra 2 gocuses on developing reasoning skills through the discussions of advanced algebra concepts such as quadratic equations, polynomials, complex numbers, logarithms and trigonometry. Students will learn to solve algebraic functions and graph them. *HS credit
SCHEDULE: M-T-W-TH 8:30-9:30
DATES: 8/21-5/17

COST: $700 paid in two installments of $350 due at the beginnig of each semester

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Enhance your student's problem-solving abilities through the study of geometry. Geometry helps develop thinking porcesses that are essential for future math courses and for everyday life. The geometry program is traditional in nature, requiring students to prove theorems and calculate with forumulas. Each lesson reinforces geometry concepts and helps develop critical thinking skills. *HS credit
SCHEDULE: M-T-W-TH 8:30-9:30 or 1:30-2:30
DATES: 8/21-5/17

COST: $800

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Biology shows your student God's power and glory in creation as he learns about cellular biology, genetics, taxonomy, microbiology, botany, zoology and human anatomy. When studying topics such as cration and evolution, human cloning, abortion and stem cell research, students are pointed to Scripture as the ultimate authority and are encouraged to develop a biblical perspective about these topics. *HS credit
SCHEDULE: M-T-W-TH 11:30-12:30
DATES: 8/21-5/17

COST: $800

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Chemistry guides students in investigations of atomic theory, chemical composition and reactions, stoichiometry, gases, thermodynamics, kinetics and more. The chemistry text promotes analytical thinking and inductive porblem-soslving skills through many exciting chemistry experiments. *HS credit
SCHEDULE: M-T-W-TH 9:30-10:30
DATES: 8/21-5/17

COST: $800

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Physics offers classical mechanics, work and energy, periodic motion and wave theory, electicity and magnetism, optics, relativity, quantum physics and nuclear physics. These topics are presented in conjunction with real-world modeling exercises (dominion modeling) that reinforce a Christian worldview by demonstration the relevance and validity of approaching science from a biblical perspective. The course is mathematically rigorous and algebra-based. The well-prepared student should have completed at least two years of algebra and one year of geometry instruction. *HS credit