SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSES 

Most states require 3 social science credits for high school.

The American Criminal Justice System and Homeland Security

This class will focus on the inner workings of the American Criminal Justice System and will detail how the various components work together in the pursuit of justice. Highlighted will be some of the hot-button policing issues profiled in the news and media. The class will also explore the challenges of homeland security and how local agencies and organizations prepare for current and future threats. This class will include live interactive classes, projects, research activities, and interactive discussions all designed to give the student a realistic understanding of this topic.

  1/2 Social Science Credit  

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American Government

This one-semester course will explore the workings of the democratic government of the United States. It is designed for high school students to meet social studies requirements.

  1/2 Social Science Credit  

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Criminological Crime Scene Investigation

This offering is a little different than most crime scene investigation classes and will give the student a deeper understanding of the importance and complexities of crime scene investigation and evidence processing. This class will focus additionally on the importance of criminology and the theoretical impact to the investigation and identification of the offender. This class will also reveal to the student the importance of how the crime scene impacts the development of the suspect and how the detective uses crime scene information in the interview and interrogation to get the confession. 

  1/2 Elective Credit  

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WORLD HISTORY (ONLINE HISTORY CLASSES FOR HOMESCHOOLERS)

High School. This is a fascinating, engaging history of the world from creation to the present. The class is based on Biblical principles and truths. Students will see the providential hand of God throughout the history of mankind while learning about the world and world events. The class will include projects, quizzes and tests to enhance the learning experience. Units which will be covered include the Ancient, Eastern, Medieval, Awakening, Enlightened, European, and Modern world. An Activity Manual will be used to reinforce the material in the text and class. The class will also incorporate charts, timelines, maps, and current events to enhance and reinforce the learning experience.

  1 Social Science Credit  

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US History (High School)

 United States History for high school is an engaging, interactive class which leads the student through the exciting and fascinating story of how the most powerful nation on Earth came to be.  The main events of how this nation was settled will be covered, from the very beginning of the original peoples of this land all the way to the present. Students will be led on this journey into American history from a Biblical perspective. The class will encourage students to discover God’s purpose through critical thinking and discussion. The ideas and principles of the founders of this country will be explored and applied to how we think about our country today.

  1 Social Science Credit  

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Exploring US History

Middle school. This is an interactive class which leads the student through the exciting and fascinating story of how the most powerful nation on Earth came to be.  The main events of how this nation was settled will be covered, one chapter per week, from the very beginning of the original peoples of this land all the way to the present. Students will be led on this journey into American history from a Biblical perspective. The class will encourage students to discover God’s purpose through critical thinking and discussion. The ideas and principles of the founders of this country will be explored and applied to how we think about our country today.

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                      ENGLISH

                      MATH

                      FOREIGN LANGUAGE

                      SCIENCE

                      SOCIAL SCIENCES

                      TEST PREPARATORY

                     ELECTIVES

COURSES BY CATEGORY

All Classes $200 per semester

Geography Around the World (Middle School)

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This is a fun, interactive class which will introduce and explore the world and its people, cultures and regions. We will be taking a trip around the world together.  Map study is included, as well as regional foods. We will spend approximately two weeks on each continent. 

 

Mrs. Coffey has personally traveled to six continents and will share experiences in live class. If God should choose to call any of her students to the mission field in the future, she wants them to be equipped and prepared to understand the culture and the land to which they are sent.

World Geography: Physical & Cultural (high school)

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There are five “fundamental themes of geography” which every student should investigate and know. These five themes are human movement on the earth, regions of the earth, the location of the continents and countries on the earth, human interaction with the earth, and the place, or physical attributes of each region on the earth.  

 

Mrs. Coffey has traveled to six continents and will share experiences from her travels in the live class. If God should choose to call any of her students to the mission field in the future, she wants them to be equipped and prepared to understand the culture and the land to which they are sent.

 1 Social Science Credit 

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