Available courses

An exploration of what it means to be a follower of Jesus, this course will introduce students to who Jesus is, what Jesus demands from his followers, and how Jesus empowers those who trust in Him to fulfill His calling.
Understanding the Times is a course in apologetics. Through careful examination of a host of worldviews, religions, and philosophical perspectives, it teaches students to know how to present Christianity with conviction and intelligence in the world, and to be ready to respond effectively to any queries which may be made of them about the truth claims of Christianity.
This course reviews and introduces students to the use of basic computer skills to gain familiarity with the Windows 2007 environment. Students will also learn effective use of storage devices in connection with word processing and other applications. Students will review and learn basic computer application such as word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software.
This course is designed to encourage students to develop their musical abilities through singing in a choral setting. Through intentionality and biblical integration, students will gain greater understanding and skill in the areas of harmonic value, pitch, tone, sight-singing, ear training, and communicating biblical principles through the art of music. Ultimately, through singing in a group of peers, participating under instruction, and creating music together, students will have the opportunity to build into something which is greater than any individual can create by his or her own effort, which is the beautiful process of creating choral music all for the praise and glory of God.

Course Description

This course is a continuation of Spanish 1. The student will continue to learn additional vocabulary and grammar in this class. In addition, they will have many opportunities to listen and speak the language; as they build upon what was previously learned in Spanish I. Students will continue to develop their reading comprehension, listening, speaking and writing skills. Oral participation is of most importance in this class! Daily homework for class is vital. Spanish II will prepare students for college Spanish and for Spanish III at Westminster Christian.

Course Description

This course is a continuation of Spanish 2. The student will continue to learn additional vocabulary and master grammar in this class. In addition, they will have many opportunities to listen and speak the language, as well as to build upon what they previously learned in Spanish II. Students will continue to develop their reading comprehension, listening, speaking and writing skills. Oral participation is of most importance in this class! Daily homework for class is vital. Spanish III will prepare students for college Spanish.

This course takes topics learned in Algebra 1 and 2, as well as Geometry, and integrates them in order for students to explore a variety of real-life problems and their solutions. Discrete math is highly recommended for any students looking to deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts, as well as those hoping to pursue further study in the mathematical/computer sciences. Topics will include number theory, set theory, counting and probability, matrices, graph theory, and logic.
This course deepens and broadens understanding of trigonometry introduced in Geometry. Required for the student who plans to progress to Pre-Calculus and encouraged for any student who may pursue math or science after graduation from high school. Topics covered include trigonometric ratios and functions; inverse trigonometric functions; applications of trigonometry, including vectors and laws of cosine and sine; polar functions and notation; and arithmetic of complex numbers, as well as an introduction to the concept of limit.