Our High School Classes
Check out what your high schooler will be doing:

LANGUAGE ARTS
World Literature
We will read literature from around the globe exploring different countries. Students will use creative projects, multimedia, and discussions to explore important concepts and themes of both literature and of humanity. We will also work on research papers in class. This course is designed to foster an exploration of our multi-faceted world and enjoyment of reading same.


Course offered Tuesday AND Thursday
2:30-3:25 pm
Suggested ages are 13-18
Tuition is $325 per semester
Class taught by Kellie Scheer
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Language Arts



SCIENCE
Physical Science
This is a year-long course that will provide an introduction to high school level Physical Science. Topics will include matter, atomic structure, chemical bonds, motion and fluid, energy, mechanical waves and sounds, and much more. Classes will be taught with students reading textbook sections and viewing video links reinforcing and adding to concepts and followed by class discussions and experiments.​Students will learn how to write complete detailed lab reports, learn to follow the scientific method, as well as correct procedures for performing an experiment safely and thoroughly. Science should be fun and amazing. This class will encourage inquisitive, out-of-the-box thinking. 

Course offered Thursday 9:00-9:55 am
Suggested ages are 13-18
Tuition is $325 per semester
Class taught by Kiesha Shoemaker
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Science 


Physics
Have you ever thrown a baseball? What about popping popcorn in a microwave? What even is gravity? A physicist is someone who dives into the purest forms of science to explain those exact things. If you've ever asked yourself these kinds of questions, then we invite you to explore them with us! Get ready to embark on an electrifying journey into the fascinating world of two-hour Physics with Lab Class! With hands-on laboratory experiments, you'll unlock the secrets of the physical world, conducting exciting investigations and discovering the wonders of scientific inquiry. Prepare to challenge your analytical thinking, problem-solving skills, and unleash your inner Einstein as you explore the mysteries of the cosmos.

Course offered Thursday 9:00-10:55 am Suggested ages are 13-18
Prerequisite Class: High School Geometry
Tuition is $325 per semester plus
Material Fee $50
Class taught by Ian Crament

Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Science 

MATHEMATICS

Algebra I
This course is a comprehensive presentation of algebra for the high school student touching on equations and functions, real numbers, equations of lines, graphs of equations and functions, writing linear equations, linear inequalities, systems of equations and inequalities, polynomials, quadratic equations, and probability.


Course offered Tuesday AND Thursday
11:00-11:55 am
Suggested ages are 13-18
Tuition is $325 per semester
Class taught by Ian Crament
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Mathematics



Geometry
The course will cover the main points of geometry including points, lines, planes, angles, parallel lines, triangles, similarity, trigonometry, quadrilaterals, transformations, circles, and area.


Class offered Tuesday AND Thursday
1:30-2:25 pm
Suggested ages are 13-18
Tuition is $325 per semester
Class taught by Ian Crament
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Mathematics


Algebra 2
The course will cover polynomials, complex numbers, rational exponents, radicals, functions, equations, inequalities, trigonometry, and logarithms. The students will need a graphing calculator.


Course offered Tuesday AND Thursday
12:30-1:25 pm
Suggested ages are 13-18.
Tuition is $325 per semester
Class taught by Ian Crament
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Mathematics




SOCIAL SCIENCE
World History 2: 1500s-Modern Time
High-school students will explore the history of the Age of Exploration. through modern times.  Hand in hand with learning people and dates is hearing the stories and understanding the broader themes.


Course offered Tuesday 9:00-9:55 am
Suggested ages are 13-18
Tuition is $225 per semester
Class taught by Kellie Scheer

Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Social Sciences



WORLD LANGUAGES
ASL 1
American Sign Language (ASL) is the 3rd most common language in the United States. This course introduces the basics of ASL. It is designed for students who have little or no previous knowledge of ASL. In this course, learning is visually based. ASL questions, commands, and other simple sentence structures are introduced to develop conversational skills and beyond in ASL. Students will learn basic vocabulary, grammar, history, fingerspelling, numbers, and Deaf terminology. Information about the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture is introduced. This course is suitable for middle-school-age students who are serious about learning a language, high school language credit, or general community learning. Practice outside of class and/or Deaf events required!


Course offered Tuesday AND Thursday
12:30-1:25 pm
Suggested ages are 12-18
Tuition is $325 per semester
Class taught by Kiesha Shoemaker
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 World Languages


ASL 2
ASL 2 course is a continuation of ASL 1 language skills. This course expands the study of sign language vocabulary, grammatical knowledge, and Deaf cultural awareness. Emphasized in this course are conversational skills, storytelling, and practical application including cultural idioms, ongoing cultural needs, and concerns.

Class offered Tuesday AND Thursday
1:30-2:25 pm
Prerequisite Class: ASL 1
Suggested ages are 12-18
Tuition is $325 per semester
Class taught by Kiesha Shoemaker 


French 1
This class will tackle French language learning as well as cultural exploration. It is only scheduled once a week on-site. Therefore, there is a strong listening component for home as well as traditional grammar and vocabulary exercises. We will be, in the main, project-based, exploring the language conversationally utilizing the order of most common words onwards.

Course offered Tuesday 1:30-2:25 pm
Suggested ages are 13-18
Tuition is $225 per semester
Class taught by Kellie Scheer
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 World Languages


Spanish 1
This class will tackle Spanish language learning as well as cultural exploration. It is only scheduled once a week on-site. Therefore, there is a strong listening component for home as well as traditional grammar and vocabulary exercises. We will be, in the main, project-based, exploring the language conversationally utilizing the order of most common words onwards.


Course offered Thursday 10:00-10:55 am
Suggested ages are 13-18
Tuition is $225 per semester
Class taught by Kellie Scheer
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 World Languages

Spanish 2
This class will next be offered in the 2025-2026 school year.




ELECTIVES
Drama
Join us for games, improvs, and performances, as we learn the fun and fundamentals of acting. First semester, we will tackle a hilarious mixed-up play "Every Christmas Story Ever Told" and the second semester will be "Not so Grimm Tales." You’ll watch each student bloom as we explore the skills of being in front of a crowd, projecting their voices, giving attention to others, working as a group and many more skills.

Course offered Tuesday 10:00-10:55 am
Suggested ages are 12-18
Tuition is $225 per semester
Class taught by Kellie Scheer

Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Elective


Mix-It-Up Art

This class provides comprehensive experiences in drawing, painting, printmaking, mixed media arts, book arts, assemblage, and sculpture. Students will build on the elements of art and design principles through various projects while learning historical and contemporary art practices from a variety of cultures. High School age students will have the opportunity to build a portfolio with a concentration on personal interest and artwork for future college or career opportunities. 

2 Course Sessions Available
First Session: Tuesday 11:00-11:55 am
Second Session: Tuesday 12:30-1:25 pm
Suggested ages are 12-18
Tuition is $225 per semester plus
Material Fee $25
This class is taught by Dorothy Reavis 
Suggested high school credit: 1.0 Humanities