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This course is structured to foster health and wellness and to instill a better understanding between personal behavior and health. The course examines the myriad health and social issues that challenge adolescents such as, but not limited to: adolescent brain development, decision making, moral reasoning, interpersonal relationships, self image, sexuality, reproductive health and sexually transmitted infections, gender identity, mental health issues, substance use/abuse, disordered eating, effective communication and conflict resolution, and stress management. 

NOTE: This course is Pass/Fail and REQUIRED for graduation.
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Dates Dates: This course meets M/W from 8:30 am - 9:30 am starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.25 Credit
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Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
This course is structured to foster health and wellness and to instill a better understanding between personal behavior and health. The course examines the myriad health and social issues that challenge adolescents such as, but not limited to: adolescent brain development, decision making, moral reasoning, interpersonal relationships, self image, sexuality, reproductive health and sexually transmitted infections, gender identity, mental health issues, substance use/abuse, disordered eating, effective communication and conflict resolution, and stress management.

 
NOTE: This course is Pass/Fail and REQUIRED for graduation.

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Dates Dates: This course meets M/W from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.25 Credit
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Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
The course offers students the opportunity to engage in biblical exegesis of The Bible. Students will critically evaluate the Scripture through multiple perspectives: theological, historical, and literary. Students will engage with The Bible and their peers as they explore core themes such as identity, integrity, and social justice. In addition to these opportunities for social-emotional growth, self-reflection will also play a critical role as students read, reflect on, and then apply these major themes in their own lives and in the world around them. More
Dates Dates: This course meets M/W/F from 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.5 Credit
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
The course offers students the opportunity to engage in biblical exegesis of The Bible. Students will critically evaluate the Scripture through multiple perspectives: theological, historical, and literary. Students will engage with The Bible and their peers as they explore core themes such as identity, integrity, and social justice. In addition to these opportunities for social-emotional growth, self-reflection will also play a critical role as students read, reflect on, and then apply these major themes in their own lives and in the world around them. More
Dates Dates: This course meets M/W/F from 10:00 am - 11:00 pm starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.5 Credit
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
The course offers students the opportunity to engage in biblical exegesis of The Bible. Students will critically evaluate the Scripture through multiple perspectives: theological, historical, and literary. Students will engage with The Bible and their peers as they explore core themes such as identity, integrity, and social justice. In addition to these opportunities for social-emotional growth, self-reflection will also play a critical role as students read, reflect on, and then apply these major themes in their own lives and in the world around them. More
Dates Dates: This course meets M/W/F from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.5 Credit
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
The course offers students the opportunity to engage in biblical exegesis of The Bible. Students will critically evaluate the Scripture through multiple perspectives: theological, historical, and literary. Students will engage with The Bible and their peers as they explore core themes such as identity, integrity, and social justice. In addition to these opportunities for social-emotional growth, self-reflection will also play a critical role as students read, reflect on, and then apply these major themes in their own lives and in the world around them. More
Dates Dates: This course meets M/W/F from 10:00 am - 11:00 pm starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.5 Credit
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
Good communication is an important factor in successful leadership because whatever the topic, the best leaders are first-rate communicators with their ideas and values clearly and effectively delivered. Market leaders can sell their products and services with compelling ads and marketing campaigns that involve powerful communication techniques. To answer these needs, this course will include learning speech techniques, conducting mock interviews for college and jobs, and carrying out an original sales’ idea from conception to reality. Students will learn how to organize their information, get their listeners’ attention, use visuals, and structure their messages to motivate, persuade, or inspire an audience. Through a variety of real-life situations, students will grow more comfortable and confident in their presentation abilities as they come to recognize how public speaking affects their personal, academic, and professional lives. More
Dates Dates: This course meets M/W from 8:30 am - 9:30 am starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.25 Credit
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Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 

Ethics offers students the opportunity to explore a number of big questions through the lens of both their personal morality and philosophical, ethical systems. Questions asked across the semester cover themes such as: What is the nature of personhood? What is the nature of Good and Evil? To what extent and I free? What affect has technology had on identity? As students ask questions such as these, they will explore and evaluate answers posed by philosophers such as Kant, Keirkegaard and Sartre along with establishing their own positions. A key part of this process involves student analysis of contemporary events. This course fulfills the upper level theology requirement. Can be taken after the completion of grade 10.


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Dates Dates: This course meets M/W/F from 8:30 am - 9:30 am starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.5 Credit
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
Ethics offers students the opportunity to explore a number of big questions through the lens of both their personal morality and philosophical, ethical systems. Questions asked across the semester cover themes such as: What is the nature of personhood? What is the nature of Good and Evil? To what extent and I free? What affect has technology had on identity? As students ask questions such as these, they will explore and evaluate answers posed by philosophers such as Kant, Keirkegaard and Sartre along with establishing their own positions. A key part of this process involves student analysis of contemporary events. This course fulfills the upper level theology requirement. Can be taken after the completion of grade 10.

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Dates Dates: This course meets M/W/F from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.5 Credit
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Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 

Rising Grade 8


Review your pre-algebra skills and get a head start on learning what’s ahead in the world of Algebra. This course will introduce students to more complex equations, word problems, simplifying rational numbers, working with polynomials, products of powers, and more. If you would like to be prepared for the year ahead and want to get a jumpstart on what’s in store for Algebra, this math class is for you!


Time Schedule:

Daily Time Schedule:

9:00-10:00 Live Google Meet (60 mins)

10:00-10:30 Break & Independent Work

10:30-11:15 Live Google Meet (45 mins)
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Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 9:00 am - 11:15 am starting June 8 through June 19.
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Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
Multimedia Communications is a course in which students will learn to give presentations through the use of the design cycle and multimedia. Using broadcasting, photography, and video editing techniques, students will prepare informative, persuasive, videos using critical thinking, well-organized narratives, reasoning, and cited research. Each of these presentations will be edited by the student and shared on a Media Arts public website. Students discover innovative ways to conduct interviews, anchor their own segments, write scripts, and shoot commercials to enhance their public speaking skills. Students in this course will be required to use a cell phone to record their footage. Footage will be edited in Adobe Premiere or iMovie. 

NOTE: This course is Pass/Fail and fulfills the Public Speaking requirement.
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Dates Dates: This course meets M/W from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm starting June 8 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.25 Credit
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
 
This course is structured to foster health and wellness and to instill a better understanding between personal behavior and health. The course examines the myriad health and social issues that challenge adolescents such as, but not limited to: adolescent brain development, decision making, moral reasoning, interpersonal relationships, self image, sexuality, reproductive health and sexually transmitted infections, gender identity, mental health issues, substance use/abuse, disordered eating, effective communication and conflict resolution, and stress management. 

NOTE: This course is Pass/Fail and REQUIRED for graduation.

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Dates Dates: This course meets T/TH from 8:30 am - 9:30 am starting June 9 through July 3.
Credits Credits: 0.25 Credit
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Closed Enrollment
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