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$850

English 7

You will engage in the keys to understanding and analyzing literature, exploring creative expression, and the benefits of language structures, while focusing on the art of writing and transitioning from the mechanics of writing to develop your own personal writing style.

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$850

English 8

English 8 is designed to improve your comprehension of literature, expand your creative writing process and build confidence with stylistic techniques while mastering note-taking, outlining, oral and written reports, analyzing plot outlines, and more.

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$850

Pre-Algebra

Develop solid mathematical concepts and algebraic thinking.

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$850

Algebra 1 Honors

Designed to provide a solid foundation for more advanced mathematics courses and to develop problem-solving skills necessary to prepare for high school math and college entrance exams.

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$850

Life Science 7

You will be introduced to science from a positive and Biblically-centered approach, understanding the scientific method and the limitations of science, the inter-workings of cells, genetics, the six kingdoms of life, and the human body systems, as well as designing experiments.

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$850

Physical Science Honors

You will explore the fascinating world of physical science including the metric system and graphs, the physics of motion and gravity, Newton's Laws, electrical currents, light and sound, and an extensive study of the essentials of chemistry.

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$850

World History 7

This challenging course will provide you with a basic overview of world history from the Dark Ages through the 1600s, with an emphasis on map skills to help you better understand the impact of geography and God’s providence on the world’s history.

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$850

US History and Civics 8

This course provides an in-depth study of the conflicts and events that have directly affected our nation, challenging you to see God’s hand in history, consider contrasting perspectives, and deepening your understanding of other cultures, histories, and experiences.

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$450

Paper Crafting 7-8 (Girls)

Incorporate gratitude in your lives and toward others by making cards and scrapbooks while learning many stamping and paper crafting techniques.

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$450

STEM Quest 7-8

This is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) integrated course designed to develop critical-thinking skills, problem-solving, leadership, and teamwork while introducing you to a variety of high-interest topics, including an introduction to computer programming, 3-D printing, and engineering.

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$625

Introduction to Culinary Arts 7-8

Through a hands-on learning experience of different cuisines around the world, you will not only gain valuable and useful knowledge and confidence in the kitchen, you will also get an overview of the culinary, food service, and hospitality industries.

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$500

Actor’s Lab 7-8

Designed to build skills for the beginner and experienced actor, expand the imagination, build confidence, develop a sensitivity to the processes of creating and working with others, and strengthen the voice and body.

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$1300

Circle Studio Players 7-12

Gain solid acting techniques through development and participation in at least one show per year.

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$500

Songwriting Essentials/Music Techniques I 7-12

You will learn Lyrical structure and style, and add simple matching melodies to the words created by the student. It is not a musical composition course. Students do not need to know music theory or how to compose or write sheet music.

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$500

2 Dimensional Studio Art 1-2 7-12

Student artists sketch, manipulate, and refine the structural elements of art to improve mark-making and/or the organizational principles of design in a composition from observation, research, and/or imagination.

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$2000

American Humanities 9

This course provides you with a unique opportunity to integrate English, History, and the Bible by using an applied understanding of worldview to make critical interpretations of classic American literature and turning points in American culture while engaging in intellectual analysis and complex writing.

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$500

English 1 Honors

You will make critical interpretations of classic American literature and practice skills in numerous writing assignments, strengthening vocabulary, study skills, speaking skills, organizational skills, and research skills while analyzing from a Christian perspective.

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$500

English 2 Honors

English 2 Honors explores British literature from an analytical approach that enhances critical thinking skills where you will learn to respond to the selections of literature as well as identify sources to validate views that are stated or implied while applying a Biblical worldview.

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$500

English 3 Honors

After a brief overview of writing structure and literary techniques, you will focus on viewing, discussing, speaking, and interpreting text within a wide range of world literature while extracting and applying a Biblical worldview.

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$500

English 4 Honors

Building on the skills acquired in previous English courses, English 4 Honors will prepare students for the critical reading and writing sections of the college entrance exams, and ultimately for college reading, discussions, and writing while applying a Biblical worldview.

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$600

AP English Language and Composition

In this challenging college-level course, you will learn to interpret and analyze exemplary works of nonfiction, using these model texts -- historic and modern -- to craft organized, well-supported arguments of your own.

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$600

AP English Literature and Composition

For this college-level course, you will read works of poetry, drama, and prose from the fifteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Based on your reading, you will write original analyses, which are both insightful and grounded in evidence.

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$950

Geometry Honors

Students will study logic and reasoning, Euclidean geometry of lines, planes, angles, triangles, similarity, congruence, geometric inequalities, geometric constructions, structure of geometry, separation properties, quadrilaterals, proofs, perpendicularity and parallelism in a plane and in space, similar polygons, circles, and spheres, constructions, area and volume, coordinate geometry, and transformational geometry.

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$950

Algebra 2 Honors

Emphasis on proof, theory, development of formulas, and application. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following: algebraic structure, equations in more than one variable, systems and inequalities, functions and relations, polynomials and expressions, complex numbers, logarithms, conic sections, sequence and series, probability and matrices.

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$950

Mathematical Analysis Honors / Analysis of Functions Honors

Designed to enable students to develop advanced mathematical knowledge and skills in Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics and Probability using functions as a unifying theme.

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$950

Dual Enrollment Intermediate Algebra + College Algebra

Dual Enrollment Intermediate Algebra & College Algebra are mathematically exciting and fast-paced college courses taught on the CCS Campus. The difficulty level of the material increases significantly throughout the semester.

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$950

Dual Enrollment College Algebra + College Trigonometry

In this fast-paced college course, you will increase your mathematical genius as you perform basic mathematical operations with complex numbers, identify and calculate sums, and solve problems using algebraic equations and inequalities.

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$500

Biology 1 Honors

Biology 1 Honors is an exciting, in-depth exploration of God’s creation and biological concepts that apply to all living systems with an emphasis on molecular biology and biochemistry.

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$500

Chemistry 1 Honors

With hands-on, interactive study, you will have a solid understanding of basic chemistry concepts, including matter, energy, periodicity, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, nomenclature of chemistry, and more with an integrated Christian perspective.

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$500

Chemistry 2 Honors

Building upon the concepts of Chemistry 1 Honors, you will receive an extensive introduction to organic chemistry and biochemistry, covering topics that include acid/base chemistry, water chemistry, the gas laws, equilibrium, and more with an integrated Christian perspective.

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$500

Anatomy and Physiology Honors

You will explore the amazing God-created human body for a better understanding of how various systems in the body work, with topics covering cells and tissues, homeostasis, human genetics, growth, and development, body composition, and more.

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$500

Marine Science Honors

A vibrant exploration of marine wildlife and their habitats with a focus on ecology, environmental stewardship, and sustainability from a Biblical perspective.

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$500

Physics 1 Honors

Physics 1 Honors provides a detailed introduction to God’s design of the universe including the methods and concepts of general physics, including Newtonian physics, thermal physics and fluid dynamics, waves and optics, with a heavy emphasis on vector analysis.

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$500

American History Honors

You will identify key events and people from Pre-Columbian societies to today’s Post-Cold War world, understanding their impact on our past, present, and future as a nation, people, and culture through the lens of a Biblical worldview.

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$500

American Government Honors / Economics Honors

From an economics standpoint, this course provides you with a critical foundation in historic and modern economics as well as a hands on approach to personal finance, while also looking at our American government system with a focus on political behavior through a Biblical lens.

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$500

World History Honors

Beginning with the birth of civilizations and flowing into the modern age, World History Honors will give you a better understanding of world events, the influence of significant historical figures, and the impact of events through the present day all through a strong biblical worldview lens.

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$600

AP Psychology

This course in an intense and focused exploration of the human mind, with a strong focus on history, research, and theory from some of the most well-known psychologists in the world integrated with a distinct Christian Worldview.

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$500

Computer Programming with Python & Raspberry Pi Applications

This innovative course provides an introduction to programming with the Python language, utilizing hands-on learning to further explore concepts such as syntax, lists, assignments, conditional statements, loops, and an introduction to Object-Oriented Programming.

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$625

Culinary Arts 1

You will be introduced to an intriguing mix of both culinary theory and practical experience as you explore the universal language of food related to the hospitality industry. In addition to creating many delicious delicacies and practicing knife skills, you will make critical application of topics including nutrition, sanitation, food-borne illnesses, menu planning, and more.

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$600

Dual Enrollment Principles of Aeronautical Science

Designed to provide the student with a broad-based aviation orientation in flight-related areas appropriate to all non-Aeronautical Science degree programs.

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$600

Dual Enrollment Unmanned Aircraft Systems

In this innovative course, you will learn about the military and commercial history, growth, and application of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones.

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$500

Ethics / Semantics and Logic

Students will become acquainted with the foundations of ethical thought and theories as well as gain an insight into the process of moral development. Students will also identify typical fallacies in flawed moral arguments in a further study of semantics and logic.

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$500

French 1

Students will develop proficiency in practical conversation and comprehension of stories and narratives while building their French vocabulary.

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$500

French 2

Strengthen the skills you learned in French 1 with ongoing, practical exercises in speaking, reading, and writing to improve and develop communication skills. Learn more about French culture, its influences on the English language, and its impact on the world.

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$500

Perspectives: Developing Your Strengths

This course will help students identify and develop their natural, God-given patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving with a focus on positive application in personal relationships and successfully navigating college and career choices.

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$500

Printmaking 1: Art Journaling

Students will experiment with mixed media and techniques used to create a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional artworks through the development of skills in printmaking

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$500

Printmaking 2: Art Journaling

Students will manipulate and refine the structural elements of art to improve mark-making and/or the organizational principles of design in a composition from observation, research, and/or imagination.

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$500

Psychology 1 and 2

Approaching Psychology from a Christian worldview, you will better understand human behavior in yourself and others by studying the unique facets of the human mind and soul, recognizing God’s creation and God’s supremacy.

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$500

Spanish 1

Introduces students to the Spanish language and its culture, which strongly influence our state, nation, and world.

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$500

Spanish 2

This course immerses students deeper into the Spanish language and its culture.

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$500

Speech 1 and Debate 1

Develop fundamental skills in formal and informal oral communication with an emphasis on the techniques of public speaking.

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$500

Acting 1/2

This course will enable first and second year students to develop fundamental acting skills and integrate them into individual and ensemble theatrical performances.

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$500

Acting 3/4

This course will enable students to develop advanced acting skills and integrate them into individual and ensemble theatrical performances.

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$500

Theatre, Cinema, and Film Production 7-12

You will learn the basics of film and theatre production, as well as a fundamental understanding of the history of entertainment, exploring the elements of film and cinematic techniques used by those who create movies, which will give you the skills to analyze and critique films.

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$500

Dance Repertory 1-4

Students study the historical works of professional choreographers in one or more genres.

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$1400

Circle Theatre Company 9-12

This class allows you to put your acting skills to work through participation in high-quality full-scale productions. This class is only open to Circle School of the Arts students.

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$1150

Explorations (K4-3)

Great stories encourage learning which is why the Explorations program is all about the story! Explorations offers eight unit studies that are built around great children’s literature. Lessons in social studies, geography, science, visual art, and literature come to life for even the youngest ages!

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$1400

Frameworks (4-6)

Classroom learning partners with home instruction– welcome to Frameworks! This program is for families who desire teacher prepared lesson plans and an easy to follow weekly homework schedule. Each self-contained classroom provides an engaging learning environment complete with messy science experiments, group project opportunities and academic accountability.

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$1150

Foundations (K4-6)

The Foundationsprogram embarks on a yearlong study of a single historical time-period, examining the events of the era and the stories which make them meaningful. This engaging learning environment employs a Biblical lens through which surveys of history, worldview, science, visual arts, and performing arts are taught.

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$300

Kids at Play (K-6)

Kids at Play is a one day a week physical education activity for children in the elementary grades (K–6)

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$325

SCIrageous! Hands-On Science (K-3)

Explores science through experimentation and creativity! Students will be introduced to biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy/physiology, astronomy, and geology through hands-on activities and experimentation.

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$325

Amazing Artists (4-6)

Children will learn how to use shape, texture, and color to bring their designs to life as well as gain confidence in their creative abilities.

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$300

First Stage Players (K-3)

First Stage Players focuses on kids in K-3rd grade and celebrates their incredible imaginations through artistic play, music, dance, and acting exercises!

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$330

Extreme STEAM (4-6)

We explore cutting-edge technologies including: creative robotics, computer programming, digital comic design, creative electronics, and 3D creation.

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$525

Circle Theatre Kids (4-6)

s will learn about both the onstage and backstage theatre process while rehearsing for up to two mainstage productions per year.

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$325

SCIrageous! Hands-On Science (4-6)

Students will be encouraged to identify and acknowledge God's thumbprint in the fun experiments they see and do.

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$100

Christian Success In College [Summer Course]

High schoolers, are you interested in getting ready now for college?

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$200

Math Success for Class Placement [Summer Course]

Math Success is designed to help students correct math deficiencies so they can be successful in CCS Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1 Honors courses.

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$75

CyberPatriots Competitive Academic Team

The CyberPatriot Competitive Academic Team introduces students to the world of cyber security through a program developed by the Air Force Association. The team, led by Mr. Tom Lyon, is comprised of 4-6 high school students who have access to their own laptops.

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