Available courses

A general science course for 6th or 7th Grades. The course addresses general science methods and procedures, matter, light, and robotics

A honors course in high school Biology based on National Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

Examination of topics in general mathematics and algebra. Student are preparing for advance trajectory in mathematics.

An advanced treatment of Algebra and Trigonometry. Students are progressing toward Math Analysis and Pre-Calculus.

The course will survey the history of Early Humans as well as the ancient societies of Asia, India, Egypt, Greece, and Rome.



What does it mean to be a citizen? What is the social contract?

Civics covers the structures of government and obligations involved for the state and individual who live together. In this course addresses we will address city, state, and federal governments. We will assess the role that the courts play in conducting ourselves as citizens.

Along with the founding documents of the United States, we will examine tribal and international systems. Here the goal is to grow an understanding of our relationships to others and the role our cultures intersect and diverge.

Reading in the classics. Student will select 7 to 10 books from the Great Books list. Activities include book reports, art, and presentations.

Connections will be made to the virtues and vices displayed by the characters.

Reading in the classics. Student will select 7 to 10 books from the Great Books list. Activities include book reports, art, and presentations.