7TH GRADE

Our full-year tuition includes 5 full-year courses. Feedback from parents, students, and teachers indicates that this workload achieves a balance of academic rigor while leaving time for outside activities. It is possible to add additional courses for an additional charge, but we strongly encourage students to take no more than five courses.

  • 7th English 2 Sections +

    • Description
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    • Prerequisites
    SYLLABUS  
    Utilizing a language arts format, grammar, composition, and literature are integrated into one cohesive course. continuing the study of the usage and mechanics of grammar and sentences becomes purposeful when applied to writing assignments for literature. A study of age-appropriate American authors improves comprehension skills as emphasis is placed on written, intellectual, and emotional involvement with the literature.
    BOOKS 
    Warriner’s Traditions First Course Textbook
    The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
    Bridge to Terabithia
    The Call of the Wild
    The Miracle Worker
    Where the Red Fern Grows
    Paul Revere’s Ride by Longfellow
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    9780030990007
    9780812504750
    9780064401845
    9781853260261
    9781416590842
    9780553274295
    Online Only
    none
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    8:00AM - 8:50AM CT



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    10:00AM - 10:50AM CT


  • Pre-Algebra 3 Sections +

    • Description
    • Books
    • Prerequisites
    SYLLABUS  
    Employing a progressive and structured approach, the transition from arithmetic to algebra becomes central, as algebraic expressions and their simplification, linear expressions, and geometric concepts are introduced, preparing students for high school math. Continuous review built into each problem set builds solid retention. Students complete the Saxon protocol of four lessons each week and do the entire problem set for the effective development of strong math skills.
    BOOKS 
    Saxon Algebra 1/2 Textbook Homeschool
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    9781565771499
    Saxon 7/6
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    11:00AM - 11:50AM CT


  • 7th General Science 2 Sections +

    • Description
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    • Prerequisites
    SYLLABUS  
    Recognizing God as Creator of the universe, students experience a systematic introduction to the sciences, encountering such subjects as physical science, archeology, geology, and paleontology.
    BOOKS 
    Apologia General Science
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    9781932012866
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    12:00PM - 12:50PM CT



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    1:00PM - 1:50PM CT



  • 7th History 2 Sections +

    • Description
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    • Prerequisites
    SYLLABUS  
    A study of the history and peoples of the Biblical World—as they appear in both the Old Testament and the New—that underscores the origins of our Judeo-Christian heritage and prepares students to understand the profound influence of scripture on the subsequent development of Western Culture in general and American History in particular.
    BOOKS 
    Mystery of History Volume 1
    Student Bible Atlas – Revised Edition
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    9781892427298
    9781506400105
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  • Latin I 2 Sections +

    • Description
    • Books
    • Prerequisites
    SYLLABUS  
    Clear explanations, easy instructions, and a step-by-step approach leads students to love the study of Latin.
    BOOKS 
    First Form Latin Text
    First Form Latin Workbook
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    9781615380022
    9781615380039
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  • 7th Logic & Economics I 2 Sections +

    • Description
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    • Prerequisties
    SYLLABUS  
    The study of economics is presented in an engaging format that includes illustrations and humor to break down complex issues of economic growth and stagnation. Students are exposed to economic fallacies contributing to America’s current fiscal situation. In addition to economics, students encounter logic presented in a manner geared toward Junior High students, developing a foundation for reasoning in truth. Topics include the recognition of types of arguments and the identification of informal fallacies.
    BOOKS 
    Introductory Logic 5th Ed. Student Text
    How An Economy Grows and Why it Crashes
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    9781591281658
    9780470526705
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