We are constantly updating classes offered in attempt to give a variety of opportunities and a broad range of experiences to our students. Each class is eligible to be taken as an elective class that will count toward graduation. This year includes: Consumer Science/Home Economics, K-5 Conversational Spanish, K-8 Geography, and Yearbook Production.
Consumer Science/Home Economics
Led by Mrs. Karen Kennedy, students learn useful skills such as sewing, mending, cooking, baking, needlework, and more. Spiritual truths are integrated into everyday homemaking tasks to help students see the value in everything they do. While learning, students share their delicious creations with their peers and discover new abilities that will aid them throughout their life.
K-5 Conversational Spanish (2nd Semester Only)
Under the direction of Ruthann McLain, a homeschooling mom, students will learn the basics of the Spanish language to be able to carry on simple conversations. Learning a foreign language is a difficult undertaking but two years (of any foreign language) are required for graduation. Christina is able to offer students this introductory class to enable them to then decide if Spanish is what they would like to pursue for their future classes.
Taught by Missy Taylor, the class will be separated into 3 groups by grade level. Grades K-2 will focus on reading and understanding the globe. Students will get acquainted with our oceans, continents,and some of God's creations. Grades 3-5 will have a review of continents, oceans, and map studies, but the concentration will be on the United States. Students will be learning the states and their capitols as well as several land marks. Grades 6-8 will review map skills, continents, state placement as well as world geography.
Yearbook Production (2nd Semester Only)
High school students assist in taking pictures and editing the annual CBCA "Conqueror."