Course Descriptions 2022-23

Social Studies

 

High School

 

American History (Hamilton)  Class Canceled for 2022-23 

This course will cover the period beginning with Christopher Columbus’ New World exploration in 1492 up until the present day. We are going to approach our nation’s fascinating and storied history from an analytical as well as a fact-based vantage point via Socratic discussions, questions, and debates.

Required Material: High School American History(bundle) by The Classical Historian (www.classicalhistorian.com)

Middle School
American History (Hamilton)

Middle School History will lay the groundwork with all the information and history surrounding the founding the United States so that our students can appreciate the richness of our legacy as Americans. The class will be a combination of reading the curriculum, exploring several source documents, as well as hands on learning activities.

Required Material:  The Story of US by Joy Hakim books 1-10.

Elementary                          

God’s World -Around the World in 180 Days (Geography and World Cultures)- Year 2                         

 Come explore God’s World as we travel to 10 different countries on 6 continents and learn the geography, customs, language and arts of places around the world. Each month will focus on a new place as students learn mapping skills, animal habitats, create crafts, enjoy music, and taste exotic foods from various places across the globe. Emphasis will be placed on the beauty and differences of all God’s people and the unique traits and manners of each area. Students will complete a passport and travel folders as we travel thru the year and each student will have the opportunity to participate in our Christmas Around the World Gingerbread Project and our World Showcase featuring costumes, crafts, foods and projects from the various countries.  $25 supply fee required.

**Elementary Geography is a 3- part series- these classes may be taken in any order.

Part I- 10 World Countries, Part II- 10 World Countries, Part III- Road Trip USA

Science

 

High School 
 

Chemistry (D.Moury)

This course is designed to be a first-year high school class that gives the student a rigorous foundation in chemistry in preparation for future college-level courses. The course covers topics such as measurements and units, significant figures, chemical classifications, the periodic table, atomic structure molecular geometry, the mole concept, stoichiometry, gas laws, acids and bases, reduction and oxidation, thermodynamics and equilibrium. In order to understand this text, students should have already completed Algebra I. With the amount of required work and the inclusion of labs, this course can be considered an honors-level course. However, it should not be considered sufficient for an Advanced Placement (AP)-level class.

Materials needed:  Discovering Design With Chemistry, published by Berean Builders. The Answer Key and Test Booklet is also required. Additional resources needed include a 3-ring binder (1 ½”), college-ruled paper, 3x5 lined index cards, Basic scientific calculator - Texas Instruments TI-30XIIS (about $15)

Format:  Class time typically falls into a two-week cycle for each module. The first week consists of taking the test from the prior module and discussion of key concepts and information for the new module. The second week typically focuses on completing the discussion of the concepts from the current module and performing lab experiments to aid students’ understanding. The aim is to facilitate an interactive and engaging environment as students not only learn information from the text, but also consider its practical applications to everyday life. Students are expected to read all pertinent material and complete assignments in preparation for class. While lab experiments are performed in class, resulting lab reports are completed at home and returned to the teacher for grading.  Lab Fee: $45 paid at registration

Anatomy/Physiology with Lab (A. Kest)

This is a college-prep course that provides an advanced study of the human body’s 11 organ systems. The course provides the student with a solid background in advanced biology. In addition to the Apologia text, experiments, dissections & reading material have been integrated into this course.

Prerequisite: Biology (and Chemistry is recommended)

Materials needed:

Exploring Creation with Advanced Biology: The Human Body, 2nd Edition textbook and student notebook

The Anatomy Coloring Book (optional, but recommended)– Kaplan – any edition, 5th or later is best

Paper and/or notebook and something to write with in class

Colored pencils

2-pocket folder 

Lab Fee: $60 for the year (paid directly to the instructor and due at registration)

Format:  Class time is spent discussing the concepts in depth, utilizing collaborative discussion opportunities and performing labs. Students are expected to read the text and complete textbook assignments at home. Material and labs in addition to those in the textbook will be presented to aid in learning the concepts. Students are expected to complete the On Your Own Questions and Study Guide for each Module in addition to written lab reports. Parents need to be prepared to assist and review correct answers for adequate test preparation. Tests will be taken in class for most but not all modules.

Biology with Lab (M. Moury)  (Cancelled for 2022-23)

Exploring Creation with Biology provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general biology. With a strong emphasis on the vocabulary of biology, the course provides the student with a strong background in the scientific method, the five-kingdom classification scheme, microscopy, biochemistry, cellular biology, molecular and Mendelian genetics, evolution, dissection, and ecosystems.  It can be counted as an honors level course.

Materials needed:

Exploring Creation With Biology, 2nd Edition, Apologia Text Book

Exploring Creation With Biology, 2nd Edition Solutions Manual

Optional: Exploring Creation With Biology, 2nd Edition, Student Notebook

Paper and/or notebook with something to write with in class

Colored Pencils

2-pocket folder without paper binders inside

Lab Fee: $45 for the year (paid directly to the instructor and due at registration)

Format: Class time is spent discussing the concepts in depth, utilizing collaborative discussion opportunities and performing labs. Students will be expected to read the text and complete all assignments at home. Reading material, dissections and labs in addition to those in the textbook will be presented to aid in learning the concepts. Students are expected to complete the On Your Own Questions and Study Guide for each module. Parents need to be prepared to assist and review correct answers for adequate test preparation. Tests will be taken in class for all Modules.

 

Physics (D. Moury)

This course is designed to be an engaging introduction to the study of physics that gives the student a solid foundation in the material in preparation for future college-level courses. The course covers topics such as a review of significant figures, units, one-dimensional motion, two-dimensional motion, Newton’s Laws and their applications, circular motion, work and energy, momentum, periodic motion, optics, principles of electricity, and magnetism. The curriculum utilized is non-calculus based, but students should have completed Algebra 1 and have familiarity with basic geometry principles as minimum prerequisites. Prior completion of Algebra 2 and Geometry is also highly recommended. With the amount of required work and the inclusion of labs, this course can be considered an honors-level course. However, it should not be considered sufficient for an Advanced Placement (AP)-level class.

Materials needed: Exploring Creation With Physics, 2nd Edition, Apologia Book, Solutions and Test Booklet, 3-ring binder, tab dividers numbered 1-16, 100-3x5 lined index cards, Basic scientific calculator - Texas Instruments TI-30XIIS (about $15)

Format: Students are expected to read the material and complete assignments in preparation for class. Tutoring time is spent discussing key concepts in each module and performing experiments. Tests are primarily taken at home, brought back to class and submitted for grading. There are occasions when some tests or quizzes may be conducted during the class time. While lab experiments are performed in class, resulting lab reports are completed at home and returned to the teacher for grading. There is also a special project component to the course each semester allowing students to demonstrate their ability to apply concepts learned throughout the course.

Lab/Materials Fee: $45, paid at registration

Health and Nutrition with Lab (M. Moury)

Exploring Creation with Health and Nutrition is a high school health and nutrition curriculum that explores the physical, social, mental, and spiritual concepts that are needed for a health lifestyle. In addition, Exploring Creation with Health and Nutrition covers what maturing studentsneed to know to help them make the best choices they can for themselves as they become young adults. The text covers a variety of topics including the senses, exercise, food science, and body systems.

Materials required:

1. Exploring Creation with Health and Nutrition, Apologia text

2. Exploring Creation with Health and Nutrition, Solutions Manual (available as a free pdf download with purchase of the text

3. Exploring Creation with Health and Nutrition, Student Notebook

4. Paper/pens/pencils for note taking in class

5. Colored pencils

6. Lab fee: $45 (paid to the instructor and due at registration)

Format: Class time is spent covering material presented in each module, reviewing vocabulary, performing some in-class labs, listening to student presentations, and hearing from various health professionals. Students are expected to read the text weekly. In addition, students

complete the On Your Own Questions, the Study Guide, and all assigned projects for each module. This work will be handed into the teacher for grading. Parents need to be prepared to  assist students at home as needed and to review homework for correct answers so that

students are prepared to take the tests. Tests will be given in class.

Kinesiology(Mrs. Kest)

Prerequisites: Anatomy and Physiology

Kinesiology is the study of human movement and the body's response to exercise. Topics covered include anatomy and physiology as it pertains to human movement, biomechanics, motor learning, physical fitness, nutrition, technology in sport, and CPR certification.

Materials: 'Introduction to Kinesiology: A Biophysical Perspective' Second Edition by Peter Klavora.  Click for link to text available on Amazon used. Materials for CPR certification are included in science class fee and will be provided at the beginning of that module.

Middle School 

Physical Science with Lab (Mauter)

This course is designed to be the last science course a student takes before high school biology and may be taken in the 9th grade as well.  The course is divided into two segments.  Segment one covers topics including: motion, force, work and energy. Segment two topics include: matter, energy, atoms and the periodic table, and interactions of matter. During class meetings, students should expect to discuss unit concepts and work through interactive experiments and models. Work at home includes reading assignments and written lessons to support the classroom learning. Assessments are frequent in this class.

Required Resources:

Science Fusion Module H: Matter and Energy from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Interactive work-text only)

Science Fusion Module I: Motion, Forces and Energy from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Interactive work-text only)

A 1" 3 ring binder with notebook paper and dividers

Calculator

School supply bag with colored pencils, school scissors and glue stick

Parent supervised and supported access to the internet and Teacher Ease

A one-time materials fee of $45 due at the beginning of the course


General Science (Mauter)

In this hands-on exploration course, students will study various topics including simple machines, life science, and body systems.  This interactive class will be supported by the Apologia textbook, Exploring Creation with General Science, 2nd Ed.  Weekly homework and reading assignments will be given and graded.  Tests, quizzes, and projects will be part of the required work.  

Required Resources:

The Apologia Exploring Creation with General Science, 2nd Edition text (only)

A 1" 3 ring binder with paper and dividers

Calculator

School supply bag with colored pencils, school scissors and glue stick

Parent supervised and supported access to the internet and Teacher Ease

A one-time materials fee of $45 due at registration.

Earth/Space Science (Mauter)

The topics of this science course include the dynamics of earth, its composition and development, weather, the solar system and the universe.  During class meetings, students should expect to discuss unit concepts, create models and investigate ideas related to the understanding of our units. Work at home includes reading assignments and written lessons to support the classroom learning. 

Required Resources:

Pearson Interactive Science: Earth Science text ISBN-13: 978-0-13-320921-1

A 1" 3 ring binder with notebook paper and dividers

School supply bag with colored pencils, school scissors and glue stick

Parent supervised and supported access to the internet and Teacher Ease

A one-time materials fee of $45 due at registration

Elementary 

4-5  Science 3 (of a three year rotation) (Mauter)

This is class #3 of 3 curricular rotations:

This interactive general science class is designed for students in grades 4 – 5. Students will study various topics within each of these units: The Ocean, Plant Structures and S.T.E.M. Science.  All students are asked to complete weekly assignments that are related to the lesson's topic. Tests and quizzes will be given within each unit of study. There is no text for this class.  Each student will keep a binder of materials for the class.

Required Resources:

Parent supervised and supported access to the internet and Teacher Ease

A 1" 3 ring binder with school supplies for the class which will come to class weekly

School supply bag with colored pencils, school scissors and glue stick

A one-time materials fee of $45 due at the beginning of the course

Math

 

High School/Middle School

 

Algebra 1 (Niblack)

Topics covered include signed numbers, exponents, and roots; absolute value; equations and inequalities; scientific notations; unit conversions; polynomials; graphs; factoring; quadratic equations; direct and inverse variations; exponential growth; statistics; and probability. 

Class time will be spent learning new lessons, taking weekly homework checks, and getting extra help as needed. Students will complete all homework assignments and most tests at home. Parents are expected to help at home by checking homework and correcting mistakes with the student daily. 

Required materials: Saxon Algebra 1 textbook, Solutions Manual (3rd edition), Texas Instruments 30Xa or 30XIIScalculator, graph paper

**Saxon books are skill level books, not grade level books. Therefore, if you are new to Saxon math, a placement test is highly recommended to ensure proper placement and success for your student.

https://homeschoolwithsaxon.com/PlacementTests/middle_placement.pdf 

and/or https://homeschoolwithsaxon.com/PlacementTests/hs_a1_placement.pdf

Algebra 2 (Phillips)

Algebra 2 will develop topics traditionally taught in second-year algebra, as well as real-world problems including gas laws, force vectors and​ percent markups.  Other topics such as set theory, statistics and​ probability are also covered.  Additionally, we will make applications to​ geometry, physics and chemistry. 

Required Materials: Saxon Algebra 2, only 3rd Edition (textbook, test booklet, answer key), Scientific calculator (Recommended: TI30), Graph paper​

Saxon books are skill level books, not grade level books. Therefore, if you are new to Saxon math, a placement test is highly recommended to ensure proper placement and success for your student.

https://homeschoolwithsaxon.com/PlacementTests/middle_placement.pdf 

and/or https://homeschoolwithsaxon.com/PlacementTests/hs_a1_placement.pdf


Geometry (Phillips)

During our study of Geometry we will cover topics such as lines and​
angles, congruence, inequalities, parallel lines, quadrilaterals, area, similarity, right triangles, circles,  and regular polygons. These concepts will be developed through many real-life scenarios and will leave the student with the ability to use Geometry in everyday situations.​

Required Materials: Geometry: Seeing, Doing, Understanding by Harold Jacobs (third edition)

 

Saxon Pre Algebra (Niblack)

Saxon 8/7 with PreAlgebra reviews arithmetic calculation, measurements, geometry and other skills, and introduces pre-algebra, ratios, probability and statistics. Students will specifically learn about equivalent fractions, adding/subtracting/multiplying fractions, the metric system, repeating decimals, scientific notation, Pi, graphing inequalities, multiplying algebraic terms, the Pythagorean Theorem, the slope-intercept form of linear equations, and more. Class time will be spent learning new lessons, taking weekly homework checks, and getting extra help as needed. Students are expected to complete all homework assignments and most tests at home. Parents are expected to help at home by checking homework and correcting mistakes with the student daily.

Required materials: Saxon 8/7 with Pre-Algebra textbook and Solutions Manual (3rd edition), graph paper, compass, protractor, ruler, scissors 

Saxon books are skill level books, not grade level books. Therefore, if you are new to Saxon math, a placement test is highly recommended to ensure proper placement and success for your student.

https://homeschoolwithsaxon.com/PlacementTests/middle_placement.pdf

Saxon 7/6 Math (Phillips)

This course is designed for those not quite ready for pre-algebra and is a stepping stone to Pre-algebra.  It introduces functions and coordinate graphing, integers, exponential expressions, and prime factorization.  Students will also learn about the order of operations, number lines, decimal place value, how to find the percent of a number, how to round decimal numbers, attributes of geometric solids, and more.  Each week we will cover 3-4 lessons and tests will be given every 10 lessons.  Text-Saxon 7/6

Required Materials: Saxon 7/6 Student Textbook, Solutions Manual, Tests and Worksheets booklet (fourth edition)

Saxon books are skill level books, not grade level books. Therefore, if you are new to Saxon math, a placement test is highly recommended to ensure proper placement and success for your student.

https://homeschoolwithsaxon.com/PlacementTests/middle_placement.pdf

Saxon 6/5 Math (Phillips)

Designed for 5th or 6th graders, Saxon 6/5 will explore concepts such as the order of operations; geometry and measurement; integers; divisibility concepts; ratios; statistics and probability; prime and composite numbers; patterns and sequences; and powers and roots. We will also learn adding/subtracting fractions with a common denominator, multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100, perimeter, simple probability, decimal parts of a meter, reciprocals, volume, square roots, graphing points on a coordinate plane, and more.  Each Tuesday I will teach four lessons from the textbook and these lessons will then be reinforced through the homework assigned that week.  Ample class time will be given to reviewing homework from the previous week and answering questions that may arise from the lessons.

Required Materials: Saxon 6/5 Student Text, Solutions Manual, Tests and Worksheets Booklet (3rd Edition)

Saxon books are skill level books, not grade level books. Therefore, if you are new to Saxon math, a placement test is highly recommended to ensure proper placement and success for your student.

https://homeschoolwithsaxon.com/PlacementTests/middle_placement.pdf

English/Language Arts
Please note that we offer two levels of language arts for middle school: advanced and regular; and two levels of English for high school: honors and regular.  If you have questions about which level is appropriate, please contact Angie Mendez (angiemendez93 @gmail.com).

High School 

Honors English: Literature and Composition (Rotation: British Literature) (Mendez)

By reading, discussing and evaluating the works of authors which have endured as classics of literature, students will enter the “Great Conversation”.

We will consider each work of literature in light of the author’s purpose and worldview, the prevailing cultural and philosophical ideas of the period and the art and music it produced. Students will be challenged to become competent communicators, writing with proper structure, style, and grace using IEW based materials, but encouraged to develop their own personal flare. Students will practice the essay and the research paper, model and write poetry and produce literary critiques of selected  literature. Since this class is honors level and incorporates Advanced Placement vocabulary and skills, it is excellent preparation for dual enrollment and college. This year's focus will be authors from the British Isles.

Literary Works

*Beowulf   translated by Seamus Heaney

ISBN 978-0-37411-119-9

*Canterbury Tales: A Quintet   Edited by Michael Murphy

ISBN 978-1-55452-734-2 ( I have a class set of this book you can rent.)

*Sir Gawain and the Green Knight   translated by Simon Armitage

ISBN 978-0-393-33415-9

*Julius Caesar   Shakespeare  (Barron’s Shakespeare Made Easy)

ISBN 978-0-8120-3573-5

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

Lord of the Flies by William Golding

*Please order using the ISBN number so that we will all have the same book.

Poetry from the following: (Links/Copies provided by Mrs. Mendez) John Donne, Ben Jonson, Robert Herrick, George Herbert, John Milton, William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats, Robert Browning, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Isaac Watts

English--Cancelled for 2022-23

Middle School 


Advanced IEW/Lang Arts Class (Rotation 1--Medieval History-Based) (Mendez)

Using materials from the Institute for Excellence in Writing, we will practice the style, structure, and grammar of writing.  This year, we will use Medieval History-Based  Lessons and material from the B Writing Intensives.  Vocabulary and grammar are included. Writing assignments include the following: description, narration, summarizing from various sources, short story, reports, basic essay, literary critique/response, newspaper based on novel, and poetry—modeling and original.  More challenging assignments will be balanced with fun and creative writing. 

We will read and discuss the novels listed below along with various short stories and poems, learning how to recognize literary elements (plot, setting, theme, etc.) as well as consider the purpose of the author and his worldview along with the art and culture of the time period.  

Required Materials:

  • Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons(most recent edition from IEW) by Lori Verstegen—Student Copy only.

  • 2 inch binder with dividers and paper

  • Grammar: TBD

  • Access to a computer and printer

  • Various novels

Black Horses for the King—Anne McCaffrey

Shadow Spinner—Susan Fletcher

Son of Charlemagne—Barbara Willard

A Proud Taste for Scarlet and Miniver—E.L. Konigsburg

The Kite Rider—Geraldine McCaughrean

Crispin: The Cross of Lead—Avi

The Second Mrs. Giaconda—E.L. Konigsburg

The Samurai’s Tale—Erik Christian Haugaard

Language Arts (Knowles) Medieval Literature 

This year, middle school language arts students will enjoy a variety of literature and creative writing assignments which will stretch their brains, warm their hearts, and ignite their imaginations. In order to accommodate different learning styles, our lessons will incorporate art, music, logic, interpersonal communication, and other Multiple Intelligences. We will discuss critical thinking skills and character formation related to

the stories. Students will also establish solid communication skills through grammar and the writing process.  The core of our literature will be four novels with medieval themes. I will provide reading comprehension questions for each chapter and a related paragraph writing prompt for each week. We will supplement these books with seasonal and/or fantasy short stories and poems.

Required Materials:

  • Anatole and the Fall of the Golden Leaf by D.C. Elliott

  • Redwall by Brian Jacques

  • The Second Mrs. Giaconda by E.L. Konigsburg

  • The Trumpeter of Krakow by Eric P. Kelley

  • Spectrum 7th Grade Writing Workbook – Fiction, Narrative, Story Building Skills Practice

  • Spectrum Grade 7 Language Arts Workbook—Writing and Grammar Practice with Writer's Guide

Elementary
3rd-5th Grade IEW Writing/Lang Arts (Rotation 1 of 2-All Things Fun and Fascinating ) (Mendez)

Using materials from the Institute for Excellence in Writing, we will learn the style, structure, and grammar of writing.  This year, we will use All Things Fun and Fascinating supplemented with A Writing Intensive (IEW) materials to begin or continue the journey to becoming competent communicators.  Vocabulary and grammar are woven into the lessons.  We will also read, discuss, and complete fun, creative projects based on imaginative literature as students learn the basic structure of the novel.  This class is designed to be engaging and enjoyable and foster a love of literature and writing.

Required Materials

  • Student Copy of All Things Fun and Fascinating by Lori Verstegen, available from IEW—Please purchase the latest edition from IEW

  • 2 inch binder with dividers and paper

  • Access to a computer and printer

  • Spectrum Language Arts Grade 4 ISBN 978-1-4838-1207-6

  • Why Mosquitos Buzz in Peoples Ears by Aardema Verda 

  • The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Graham, illustrated by Shepherd or Hague (Please don't get the adapted version by Graham/Moore) 

  • Dangerous Journey: The Story of Pilgrim's Progress by Oliver Hunkin

  • Mr. Popper's Penguins by Richard Atwater

  • The Story of Thomas Alva Edison by Margaret Cousins (Landmark books--not the Scholastic version) 

  • The Moffats by Eleanor Estes

  • Five Children and It by E. Nesbit

  • Charlotte's Web by E.B. White (not adapted--original edition) 

  • Miracles on Maple Hill by Virginia Sorenson

Electives

High School/Middle School

Health and Nutrition (M. Moury)  See Description in Science Above

Elementary
2-4 Living Storybooks - Combining Literature with Creative Arts--Year 3 (Grove)

Come join us as we make reading come alive! Learn how to make reading fun! Make a story come alive by crafting, cooking and creating some of the fun and exciting parts of a children’s storybook.  This course is designed so that students will experience literature through art, creative learning, and crafting. We will read a variety of books and then use a unit study approach to “experience” the story. This approach will help students have a deeper understanding of the characters, the setting and the activities presented in the story and provide a foundation for new vocabulary from the books. A variety of stories (and varying reading levels) will be read so that many interests are covered.  Students may be independent readers or work with a parent to read the stories. This class may be repeated 3 times to cover all the stories in this class.  Year 1- Stories of Character, Year 3- Stories of Adventure and Year 3- Stories of Mystery.    $25 Material Fee to Teacher Due at Registration

2022 Theme: Stories of Mystery (Year 3)

Partial Book List

1. The Year of Billy Miller by Kevin Henkes

2. BOB by Wendy Mass & Rebecca Stead

3. Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate

4. Wishtree by Katherine Applegate

5. The Chocolate Touch by Patrick Skene Catling

****List may be modified based on class needs. Additional books will be provided by the teacher and do not need to be purchased by student. Please do not purchase books ahead until notice received by the teacher.

Imagination Station Year 2 - Creative Learning and Problem Solving      

Teacher: Mrs. Elaine Grove                  Grades 2-5

Let your imagination GROW! Come explore a world of fun, challenging projects in Science- Technology-Engineering- Art and Math (S.T.E.A.M) that will help your student develop a growth mindset to learning. Each week creative, interactive projects will be presented that will force your student to “think outside” the box and come up with innovative problem-solving skills. There may not be a “perfect” answer but the process of inventing and creating is what will be encouraged. This class will encourage creativity, imagination and innovation. Students will work individually, in small groups and as a whole class so that cooperation and collaboration of ideas can be experienced. This class is designed to build self-confidence and develop individuality. A great class for students who need more physical movement in their learning.  Many stories and prompts will be read to the students to start the “idea generator” before the projects begin.

This year our focus will be on completing a wide variety of STEAM activities. These projects teach numerous skills simultaneously and students get “real life” experience solving problems. We will also have STEM challenge days- which are fun filled days where a challenge must be solved either in small groups or individually. These days will involve making and creating!

A calendar of projects will be provided each semester for a look ahead.  Supply fee=$45

Arts From The Heart Year 2--Art Around the World (All New Projects)

Teacher: Mrs. Elaine Grove        Grades 2-5

EPIC Art (Lines and Techniques) All NEW Projects!

Come create wonderful art and creative crafts with a course designed to make everyone appreciate their “inner artist”.  Experiment with many types of art projects from painting to paper crafts and learn to make beautiful creations with everyday materials while learning about famous artists along the way. Art is an expression from your heart so let your light shine. We will paint, weave, create clay items and cover a variety of mediums as we explore various techniques used to make art.  

 ** Art projects/art focus are new each year (3year rotation) so students may repeat the class from year to year.  $25 supply fee required.

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