College Careers and Planning - This one-semester course will investigate
college choices, career choices, scholarship opportunities, preparation for
college entrance testing.
Computer Applications - This full-year class provides a review of proper keyboarding techniques by learning to type by touch. Using Microsoft Office 2010, presentation skills, databases, spreadsheets, charting and word processing skills will be introduced. Students will become proficient in creating MLA reports, employment letters, resumes, office memos, basic PowerPoint presentations, and Excel worksheets. This class is a prerequisite to Web Programming.
Computer Science - Prerequisite: Web Programming This full-year class is an introductory course in computer science. Because the design and implementation of computer programs to solve problems involve skills that are fundamental to the study of computer science, a large part of the course is built around the development of computer programs that correctly solve a given problem. These programs should be understandable, adaptable, and, when appropriate, reusable. At the same time, the design and implementation of computer programs is used as a context for introducing other important aspects of computer science, including the development and analysis of algorithms, the development and use of fundamental data structures, the study of standard algorithms and typical applications, and the use of logic and formal methods. In addition, the responsible use of these systems is an integral part of the course. Students will learn programming languages C++, Java, and PHP.
Current Events - This class will follow the events of our times,
with discussion and evaluation of current events and personalities from a
Biblical World View.
Debate - This one-semester course will guide students into the discipline of debate, preparation for, and execution of a debate platform.
Financial Planning - Using Dave Ramsey's financial peace plan students are able to relate family business decisions based on Scripture. The class involves outside projects and in-class projects.
Marketing - This one-semester class studies retail marketing
and topics related to business management and operation.
Psychology - This one-semester course will introduce the
student to the basic concepts of formal psychology, and lead the student to
understand the mind from a Biblical base.
Spanish I - Spanish I is an introductory course designed to help the beginning student develop the basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The customs and the cultures of Spanish-speaking people are explored.
Spanish II - Prerequisite: Spanish I - Spanish II continues the development of listening and speaking proficiency with some emphasis on reading comprehension and acquisition of writing skills. Other grammatical and verb tenses are studied. More of the customs and cultures of Spanish-speaking people are explored.