Get to Know Laura Ingalls (Summer)

Travel back to the pioneer childhood days of pioneer Americans Laura Ingalls and Almanzo Wilder. Their resourcefulness, resilience and rare perseverance helped to build America into a great nation. We’ll join them as they carve a home out of the raw landscape, meet bears in the woods, train baby oxen, eat from the earth’s bounty, […]

Section: Literature, Summer   |   School: Grammar School

Chemistry Readiness (Summer)

This class is recommended for students who would like to take Wilson Hill’s chemistry classes this year who have not previously enrolled in Physics 1 or Honors Physics 1 (ASPC). Students enrolling in Chemistry will participate in the first 2 weeks of this summer prep class (Chemistry Readiness). The topics covered include math topics required […]

Section: Sciences, Summer   |   School: School of Rhetoric

Summer Math Readiness/Refresher Courses

Math 6 Readiness, Algebra Refresher, Pre-Calculus Readiness

Algebra Refresher This is a summer Algebra 1 refresher course intended for students who need to improve or refresh their Algebra 1 skills before entering Geometry or Algebra 2 in the fall. The course will generally follow the concepts taught in Algebra 1, but will involve material developed by the teacher for this specific application. […]

Section: Math, Summer

Get to Know Jane Austen (Summer)

Nothing is more important than relationships. Our relationship with God and our relationships with one another define and shape us. Jane Austen wrote six novels, all of which revolve around the centrality of relationships. Her engaging stories provide profound and unique insights into what it means to live a circumspect and godly life. Join me […]

Section: Literature, Summer   |   School: School of Rhetoric

Get to Know Flannery O’Connor (Summer)

In her brief life, Flannery O’Connor wrote two novels and more than 30 short stories that continue to shock and confound readers. O’Connor was a serious theologian and a remarkably gifted writer. Her stories provide perspectives on Christ and the gospel designed to wake up a post-war generation that was giving up hope in objective […]

Section: Literature, Summer   |   School: School of Rhetoric

Learn to Love Poetry (Summer)

Could the mighty Anglo-Saxons have recounted the brave deeds of Beowulf in anything other than hard consonant sounds? Why is the death of Roland during the Battle of Roncevaux best told in the soft sounds of assonance? Oftentimes, the study of poetry begins with a historical lecture and works backwards to the poem itself. In […]

Section: Literature, Summer   |   School: School of Rhetoric

Study Skills (Summer)

Do you dread studying? Or do you find yourself disappointed in your test performance even after spending hours studying? Maybe there is a better way. This week-long class will cover basic study skills, including ideas on how to remember things better and longer. It will also help you get more out of the online classroom […]

Section: Summer