Springs Christian Theatre is an extra curricular drama opportunity for public, private & home schooled students ages 8 and up to learn performance skills and teamwork through musicals and plays. Each semester class focuses on learning basic acting skills and culminates with a performance. For more information, contact Tiffany Schmidt at SpringsTheatre07@gmail.com.
Proverbs 4:23 “Watch over your heart with all diligence, for from it flow the springs of life.”
The goal of the English Basics class is to provide students with a strong foundation in language arts concepts for future work in upper-level high school English classes. Topics of the class include instruction and practice in grammar, punctuation, parts of speech, spelling rules, expanding vocabulary, diagramming sentences, sentence structure, and improving writing. The text used for this class is Saxon Grammar and Writing, the 2nd edition. Families who have used Saxon curriculum for math will recognize a similar format also utilized in the Grammar and Writing program: incremental daily lessons, periodic review sets, and tests. In addition to daily practice in grammar, students will also benefit from a systematic writing program that guides them through the process from writing good sentences to composing a complete 5-paragraph essay. The English Basics class is offered primarily to 8th grade students or to 9th grade students who desire to improve on their grammar and writing skills prior to taking upper-level high school English classes. Students can expect 2 – 3 hours of homework to prepare for each class meeting.
INSTRUCTOR: Missy Meece
Grammar and Writing 8, Student Text, 2nd edition
Grammar and Writing 8, Student Workbook, 2nd edition
Publisher: Saxon Publishers
Fall 2019, ACT Test Prep Class (Semester Course)
DESCRIPTION: HARC is pleased to offer a new ACT Prep Class! The best way for students to score well on the ACT is to invest their time to practice and plan for this specialized test. Students in this course can expect instruction and practice in test taking techniques and strategies for all 4 required sections of the ACT: Reading, English, Science, and Math. In addition, this course will give instruction and practice to the optional Writing portion of the test. By the end of the semester, students will have greater confidence on test day due to their increased familiarity with the format and types of questions on the ACT. Students can expect to complete many practice tests through the semester in addition to writing several essays in preparation for their best ACT test performance. For optimal benefit, it is suggested that students complete math through Geometry and Algebra II for the ACT Prep Class. Students can expect 2 – 3 hours of homework to prepare for each class meeting.
INSTRUCTOR: Missy Meece
Cracking the ACT Premium Edition, 2019
The Official ACT Prep Guide, 2018 – 2019
German 2 is a continuation of the skills we began building in German 1. We take the basic building blocks from level 1, where we learned to introduce ourselves and carry on basic conversation, and branch out to talk about things in the past, present, and future. We will learn about travel, restaurants, leisure activities, and sports in Germany, all while expanding our command of the language and having a lot of fun.
Teacher: David Lovin