even special eBooks just for parents of
Before we take a closer look at the resources available to you, let’s dig into just
a few of the high school courses your students can choose from.
As your students embark on the high
school years, help them have a firm
academic and spiritual foundation and
choose from more than one hundred
courses that can build up their minds
and their faith.
Spanish 1 is a high school Spanish
course that includes lessons, quizzes, exams, and audio files to teach correct pronunciation. It covers a large amount of
vocabulary and conversational phrases,
indefinite articles, and verb conjugation.
Foundations for Teens is a video-based course that helps teens look at
the hard questions of life and the claims
of Christ. It also takes a serious look at
the impact accepting or rejecting those
claims has on their lives and the world.
Algebra 1 takes students who have
completed pre-algebra to the next level.
This course covers a pre-algebra review,
algebraic expressions, solving linear
equations, graphing, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, factoring, and exponential expressions.
Life Science studies the basic topics of
life science including the scientific method, molecules, organic and inorganic
compounds, cell structure and function,
cell division, plant and animal tissue,
support and transportation systems in
plants and animals, biospheres and ecosystems, biodiversity, and classification.
Sophomores can choose from more than
ninety courses as they focus on their interests and discover more about themselves, the future, and the past.
They Lived for God is a series of
forty-two video documentaries of men
and women who have made an impact
on history for God. From the undying
faith of Jan Hus to the enduring legacy of
Elisabeth Elliot and Steve Saint, students
learn from an in-depth look at the lives
these people lived through videos, work-
sheets, and essay questions.
Web Game Design teaches students
how to create simple games right in their
web browser. This is a programming-
centric course, meaning the students
write (type) code to make things hap-
pen. The course covers topics including
ages and sound effects, input fields, 2D
frame animation, virtual worlds, and
much more. Parents do not need to have
a computer background in order for their
students to take this course.
Accounting 101 is designed to equip
students with the mastery of accounting
fundamentals they will need in order to
be prepared for their college classes and
presents these concepts in easy-to-digest
ways. Its goal is to help students appreciate
the state of the industry and the world of
finance as a whole in such a way as to be
able to operate from a Christian worldview
and effect positive change if they choose an
accounting or other business career.
Biology presents a study of life that
helps to focus the student’s attention on
the Great Designer who gave us all life to
study and enjoy. It is a solid foundational
course with hands-on activities that dem-
onstrate scientific principles and ideas,
such as microscope slides and field studies.
Juniors can take their learning deeper
with more than one hundred courses
including challenging and thought-pro-voking courses such as the ones featured
Christian Values in J.R.R. Tolkien is
an advanced literature study of six of the
works of J.R.R. Tolkien and an important
biography of Mr. Tolkien. There are discussion questions in the form of weekly
written assignments for the student to
complete, along with one-page journal
entries, two short papers, and, at the conclusion of the course, a longer paper (ten
to twelve pages).
Trigonometry provides more than
sixty lessons that include ample illustrations, multiple assignments, and step-by-
Our downloadable lesson plans give both
you and your student a simple way to keep
track of what is expected each day.