2019-2020 JH & HS Schedule

Registration is OPEN for the Spring 2020 Semester!

Classes HIGHLIGHTED IN RED are open enrollment. All other classes have limited enrollment. Please contact us for more information about these classes.

Classes start January 13th!

See the Course Catalog HERE for more details about each class.
1st Hour
8:30 am – 9:30 am

JH/HS World Geography and Cultures
JH/HS Algebra 1/Geometry Reflection Based Math Class*
HS Chemistry*
HS Biblical Studies (Intro to Greek) – This class is also open to all parents at no charge!
2nd Hour

9:35 am – 10:35 am
JH English –  IEW Narnia*
JH/HS BJU Earth Science
HS Biology*
HS English 11/12*

3rd Hour
10:40 am – 11:40 am
JH BJU Life Science
JH English – IEW Elegant Essay/Short Story*
HS English 9/10*

Algebra 2 & Trigonometry Reflection Based Math Class*

Lunch
11:45 pm – 12:15 pm
Chapel
12:15 pm – 12:30 pm

4th Hour
12:35 pm – 1:35 pm
JH/HS Keyboarding & Digital Citizenship
JH/HS Art
HS Spanish 1
HS Anatomy & Physiology*

5th Hour
1:40 pm – 2:40 pm
JH/HS Intro to Theater – w/CYT

HS Personal Finance Dave Ramsey (1st Sem)
HS Health & Nutrition (2nd Sem)
JH/HS Journalism & Yearbook
HS World History

6th Hour
2:45 pm – 3:45 pm
JH/HS Fitness Semester 1

JH/HS Fitness Semester 2 (same program as above)
HS Creative Writing

Off Campus – Wednesdays @ Beulah Arabians
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Horsemanship (1st & 4th Quarters)
Videography & Photography (2nd & 3rd Quarters)


* Second Connect Webinars:
Some Core classes will have an online video class on Thursdays to review material presented on Monday and answer questions from students as needed. Times will be at the same time as the Monday class, unless otherwise determined by the teacher.

*Reflection Based Math Classes:
We are excited to offer Math this year!  Most home school families like to pick a math program that best suits the needs of their student. In these Math Concept classes we can have varying levels of math mastery  and varying math curricula (suggested levels Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1/Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry).  At these levels students are within about a year of each other’s study levels.  Concepts, which are presented by the students will be review, recent, or future math problems. We have found that this regular weekly look into the past, present and future makes a student’s daily math study process seem more relevant with the big picture in mind. The teacher can work directly with the students on difficult problems which might arise and will teach foundational math concepts which will help them in their future math classes.