HISTORY

The seventh grade is studying European resources, population, and history, and the direction of Europe in the 20th century.  The eighth grade is studying Medieval history from 500 to 1300, and will be moving into the Renaissance.  The ninth grade is finishing WWII and going to the 1920’s in Europe and the Great Depression.  The tenth grade is studying the Civil...

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Geometry

The sophomores are close to finishing their chapter on right triangles.  The geometry class started the chapter learning how to simplify radicals.  We then used that skill to help us with the Pythagorean Theorem. The Pythagorean Theorem is used to find the side lengths of right triangles.  After that, we learned how to find side lengths and angle measurements with sine,...

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History

The seventh  grade is moving to Latin America and Central and South America. The eighth grade is finishing up the  Roman Empire and how Christianity conquered the world. The ninth grade is moving to WWI   (1914-1918)  and how it changed the world from a world history perspective. The tenth grade is finishing up the American War and next semester will be moving to the...

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High School Electives

The tenth grade has been working on a Weebly.com website that will house their professional resumes, blogs, and portfolios. I look forward to seeing how each student represents themselves in a creative and professional way. They have already learned how to format and upload pertinent content. Be on the lookout for links to view their websites at the conclusion of this...

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High School English

Right now, some of our high school classes are covering several of the classic works of literature. Our twelfth graders are currently reading The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare. The tenth graders are currently reading The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. And finally, our ninth graders are currently reading Homer’s The Odyssey. These are...

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History

8th grade has moved out of Medieval history in Europe and going into the discovery of America and the beginning of the New World. 9th grade is moving out of WWII into the Cold War in Europe. 10th grade is moving into 1864 and Mead’s victory at Gettysburg, Grant’s victory at Vicksburg, and Sherman’s March to the Sea. 11th grade is moving out of WWII into...

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