Friday, May 25, 2018
Friday, January 12, 2018
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Thank you to all those who turned in a pre-registration form. This really helped us develop a great fall line up of classes!! Here is a list of classes that we will be offering.
Pre-Algebra - $100 / semester (includes supply fee) –
Instructor: Mrs. Wendy Lassiter
This course is an introduction to algebraic concepts. Topics include but are not limited to Algebraic Expressions, solving equations and inequalities, Factors, Fractions, Exponents, Linear functions and their graphs, and basic polynomials. Course textbook - TBD .
Algebra 1 - $100 / semester (includes supply fee) -
Instructor Mrs. Wendy Lassiter
This is a beginning course in algebra. Topics include but are not limited to Solving Equations and Inequalities, Linear Equations and their graphs, Exponential Equations and their graphs, and Radical and Rational Expressions and Equations. Course textbook - TBD
Geometry - $100 / semester (includes supply fee) –
Instructor: Mrs. Cori Verghese
This course is an introduction to geometric concepts. Topics include but are not limited to Reasoning & Proofs, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines, Congruent Triangles, Relationships within Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Area, and Similarity. The course will use the Prentice Hall Geometry 2004 book and Prentice Hall Geometry 2004 practice text. Additionally students will need to purchase a protractor, compass, and ruler, and it is strongly recommended that the solutions manual be purchased as well. Students will be required to complete the attached online summer packet which will be due on the first day of class. A score 75% or higher will be required to show preparedness for Geometry. Students that are unable to achieve this standard will need to talk to the instructor for possible additional math help or remediation. http://hmltrojans.org/.../Algebra%20Summer%20Packet%20...
Practice Workbook: (link coming soon)
Algebra II - $100 / semester (includes supply fee)
Instructor: Mrs. Wendy Lassiter
Under Construction: Description and Course Text Info coming soon.
High School Essay Writing - $100 / semester
Instructor: Mrs. Betty Johnson
Under Construction: Description and info coming soon
Western Civilizations 1 (CLEP Test Prep) - $100 / semester
Instructor: Mrs. Cathy Campbell
Students will break down a test prep guide to the CLEP Western Civilization test and work together in a study skills circle. They will bring a summary of the time period assigned and the questions pertinent to the time period and present them briefly to the class. Their summations and answers to the questions will be then posted on a class website. There will also be test prep quizzes and games to further fuel the students motivation and progress in studying for the exam. The class will be based on the CLEP PREP test prep curriculum. There will be no required purchases outside of the study guide, which I will provide as a part of the tuition. Tutiion 20.00 per semester, the test costs 85.00 to take which is payed directly to the College Board. More information on the test can be found here: https://clep.collegeboard.org/hist.../western-civilization-1
This class will be continued with Western Civilization 2 in the Spring so students should plan on taking the test during the holiday break.
French 1A - $125 / semester 1.5 hours
Instructor: Mrs. Beth Kinnon
Learn French 1A with a live tutor and other students in an environment that allows for communicative practice and interaction. This class is open to middle and high school students and will cover the first half of the high school French 1 course, allowing for a solid ndation and a less demanding workload, which may be especially desirable for students who are also learning Latin in CC. We'll aim to spend a maximum of class time on speaking and listening skills so your student can practice the writing and reading at home. We'll also learn culture by tasting and seeing with food, video clips, and projects. Class will meet for 1 1/2 hours on Thursday and require another 2-3 hours a week of home study to complete half a high school credit in one year.
Most students choose to learn French because of the lovely French culture, food, pastries, etc., but in class they will learn that French is spoken in so many more places than just Europe! Québec, Haiti, Martinique, Guadeloupe, and French Guiana in the Americas; Sénégal, Morocco, Ivory Coast, Congo, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Cameroon, Chad, and more in Africa - learning French will truly open their eyes to so many places and peoples of God's world.
Classical Literature in World History 1 - $100/semester
Instructor: Mrs. Jennifer Drury
Under Construction: Description and info coming soon
Beginning Guitar $100/semester (single semester class– will repeat in the spring)
Instructor: Mr. Jon Nicholson
Over the course of this semester, students will be taught how to play guitar from the ground up (though even a relatively experienced guitarist will probably get at last their money's worth from this class). The class will focus mainly on guitar chords; strumming techniques; and all of the basic music theory needed for students to play chord charts, improvise, write music, accompany other musicians/singers, and continue to teach themselves independently after the class is over. This class will involve no homework except for very light studying and minimal practicing at home. Classes will be built mostly around learning and practicing worship songs together. No text is needed, but instructor will make a point to work in a lot of the music theory covered in the Challenge I Math in Motion music book in order to give it a practical application. Each student will need to supply his or her own guitar. Instructor would also like students to bring guitar picks and, if possible, a tuner.
Introduction to Voice $130/semester (minimum # of 8 students required)
Instructor: Ms. Bethany Sheats
The human voice is a complex mechanism capable of great expression, producing a range of sounds from basic speech to the highly athletic act of singing over an orchestra, and above all else, meaningful communication. The goal of the course is to have the student experience the joy of singing and to become a lifelong learner. To this end, this class will help the student develop fundamental musical skills, a basic understanding of vocal technique, music appreciation, listening and evaluation skills, technique and expressive abilities. This course is suitable to students with no prior musical training. The class will seek to cultivate a solid and reliable singing technique, teaching the student to use their voice in effective and expressive singing, while developing performance skills. Students will perform as a group and individually for the class. The class will include some basic music theory instruction such as meter, rhythm, tempo, keys, clefs, and dynamics as well as an overview of musical styles, range, vocal anatomy, breathing, tone production, placement, and diction.
Classsical Conversations Courses (for students participation in CC Challenge program)
Latin Level A, B, & 1
LTW A, B, 1
Logic (Ch B - Intro semester 1 & intermediate semester 2)
Physical Science (for Challenge I students)
We are working hard to gather all the information and update the site. We appreciate your patience as we finish adding the final details over the next few days. We know many of you have been anxiously awaiting official registration and details and just want to get your fall planned, so we wanted to get this out to you as soon as possible.
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I look forward to another great Scholae year!!
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
According to the rules, speeches must be: *original and student written, *between 2 and 3 minutes, *on a different topic each year the student participates, and *may NOT utilize visual aids (posters, costumes, props, etc. -- note cards are not considered visual aids).
Please see the 4H site for information about the contest: http://leon.ifas.ufl.edu/4h/4-htropicana-public-speaking-contest-information/
Friday, October 14, 2016
The Spelling Bee for Leon County's homeschooled students will be held on Monday, November 14, 2016, at 7 p.m. The location is Saint Paul's United Methodist Church, 1700 North Meridian Road, Tallahassee, FL 32303 (corner of Tharpe and Meridian, around the corner from Lake Ella). The winner of this competition will advance to the Leon County Spelling Bee. In fact, last year's winner of the homeschool bee went on to win the Leon County Spelling Bee. :)
- Speller's name
- Speller's street address
- Speller's age and grade level
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
A speciality physical education and wellness workout for local homeschool students taught by homeschool mom Katie Goram.
Workout includes: physical fitness geared towards 5 to 10 year olds, active games, wellness lessons, sharing the importance of healthy habits and having fun!
45 minute class
Please sign up online at sweattherapyfitness.com to hold your child's spot!