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Click on the subject heading to read a description of each course offered including fees, required textbooks, supplies, and a brief tutor bio. Each tutor's contact information is included if you have further questions about the course.

• Middle School US History and Literature​
• World Literature
• British Literature
Foreign Language
• American Sign Language (ASL) 1
• American Sign Language (ASL) 2
• American Sign Language (ASL) 3
• American Sign Language (ASL) 4
• French 1
• Latin 1
• Latin 3
• Spanish 1
• Spanish 2
• Spanish 3
• Spanish 4
• Spanish Language Lab

*(​NOTE: You must sign up for Spanish Lab as a separate class. These labs are required for Spanish 1,2, & 3​​​​​​​​​​​​​​)
• Pre-Algebra
• Algebra 1
• Geometry
• Algebra 2
• Personal Finance/Consumer Math​
• Physical Science
• Biology 1
• Physics
Social Studies
• Middle School US History and Literature​
• World History
• US History and Government
• Art (High School)
• Art (Middle School)
• Basic Life Support, First Aid, and CPR
• Create & Donate Club
• Culinary Arts & Skills
• HS Speech and Debate
• Yearbook Club
We aim to keep our class sizes small and manageable to maximize instruction time. Classes in RED have met capacity and are currently closed. You may be placed on the wait list by indicating "WAIT LIST" next to the course title on your registration form. We will notify you if the course opens up.
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Study Hall is offered to high school students on Tuesdays and Thursdays for all time periods​​​ (excluding LUNCH). Students may only take one study hall per day. Study hall is not available for middle schoolers at this time.
But also for this very reason, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; to knowledge self-control; to self-control perseverance; to perseverance godliness;to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness love.

2 Peter 1:5-7