Our Goal and Our Guides. A study of Catholic morality drawn both from reason and revelation, including intensive study of sacraments, virtue, and the Decalogue. Study of a saint.
Composition, grammar, and appreciation of literature. Catholic texts and suggested reading list; quarterly book reports.
Christian Culture 1:
Western culture and its antecedents in the Near East, including Israel, Greece, and Rome, showing the expectation of the Messiah to the birth of Christ.
Fundamental concepts of physical science, with stress on the nature of matter, elements and energy. (AMSCO - text)
Saxon text. Basic concepts of algebra with stress on manipulative and problem-solving skills. Efficient, traditional approach with 160% greater retention of algebra.
An Introductory Course: Optional math course for ninth grade. Especially designed for students who have difficulty with mathematics. It offers a straightforward presentation of algebraic concepts and procedures (Amsco text).
Latin I, French I, Spanish I, Home Economics I, Typing I (See Course Offerings in the Forms page for full elective list).