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A-G & HS Electives

Why Algebra? Semester 2

James Wigglesworth

Welcome to my algebra class. The primary goal of this course is for the student to actively engage themselves in a positive learning experience in which there is increased appreciation and understanding of mathematics in the world. It is my hope that students will find joy and success in solving problems and grow as learners and participants within our classroom community.

Starting Feb. 4, 2022 @ 10:10AM PST
Grades: 7-12

A-G & HS Electives

The Point of Geometry, Sem 1

James Wigglesworth

Welcome to my geometry class. The primary goal of this course is for the student to actively engage themselves in a positive learning experience in which there is increased appreciation and understanding of mathematics in the world. It is my hope that students will find joy and success in solving problems and grow as learners and participants within our classroom community.

Starting Sept. 17, 2021 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 7-12

A-G & HS Electives

Biology (Semester 1): The Cell in a Nutshell

Heather Vargas

We will study the structure and function of the cell in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. This class will include the structure of the cell as well as cell cycle and cellular communication.

Starting Sept. 17, 2021 @ 12:00PM PST
Grades: 6-12

A-G & HS Electives

Adventures in Acting: Beginning to Intermediate

Chris Gilmore

Adventures in Acting is brought to you by professional producer and casting director Chris Gilmore with assistance from Leo Gilmore.

Starting Nov. 8, 2021 @ 2:00PM PST 14 other class available
Grades: 2-12

Fractions

All About Fractions

Heather Vargas

This class will teach and/or review the basic and essential facts of fractions. We will cover: GCF (greatest common factor), LCM (least common multiple), reducing fractions, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions and then complete the course with a comprehensive review which will help students internalize fractional processes.

Starting Nov. 8, 2021 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 4-9

General

When the Animals Talk

Nina Zippay

When the Animals Talk is a literary adventure and exploration of stories in which the authors have chosen to write from the perspective of the animal kingdom. We examine why the authors might have chosen animals to do their bidding, as we learn about literary devices such as symbolism and metaphors, both intended and fortuitously inadvertent. Best suited for high school and middle school students. 


Starting Sept. 22, 2021 @ 10:00AM PST
Grades: 6-12

A-G & HS Electives

Spanish 1: A-G*, Semester 2

Claudia Landeros

This A-G High School Spanish class has the required criteria for foreign language and underlines the main content of the Spanish curriculum. The course will instruct and enhance the four learning area skills: Speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Additionally, this class promotes the Hispanic culture to help understand the language deeper. Students will be able to communicate with Spanish speakers and become proficient language users.

Starting Feb. 4, 2022 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 9-12

A-G & HS Electives

Studio 37: A-G* Algebra 1

Studio 37 Algebra 1

Studio 37: Algebra 1 provides a standard-based, technology-rich, 1-on-1 instruction to support your student’s unique learning needs.

Starting Sept. 8, 2021 @ 11:00AM PST
Grades: 9-12

Biology

Life Under a Microscope

Heather Vargas

There is an amazing diversity of microscopic life - join us to discover life that isn’t always visible!

Starting Feb. 4, 2022 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 2-6

A-G & HS Electives

Biochemistry (Semester 2): Biochemistry and Disease

Heather Vargas

This is the second semester of a two-semester biochemistry sequence that will introduce the student to the area of biochemistry as it relates to disease. This class will look at the connections between pathological psychiatry, disease, and biochemistry. We will discover the complex chemical processes that occur in the body and brain and how these are related to physiological and pathological mental illness.

Starting Feb. 3, 2022 @ 1:30PM PST
Grades: 7-12

A-G & HS Electives

The Point of Geometry, Sem 2

James Wigglesworth

Welcome to my geometry class. The primary goal of this course is for the student to actively engage themselves in a positive learning experience in which there is increased appreciation and understanding of mathematics in the world. It is my hope that students will find joy and success in solving problems and grow as learners and participants within our classroom community.

Starting Feb. 4, 2022 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 7-12

A-G & HS Electives

Why Algebra? Semester 1

James Wigglesworth

Welcome to my algebra class. The primary goal of this course is for the student to actively engage themselves in a positive learning experience in which there is increased appreciation and understanding of mathematics in the world. It is my hope that students will find joy and success in solving problems and grow as learners and participants within our classroom community.

Starting Sept. 17, 2021 @ 10:10AM PST
Grades: 7-12

Biology

Journey into the Human Body

Heather Vargas

Take a journey into the human body to learn the ins and outs of how we work!

Starting Oct. 1, 2021 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 2-6

A-G & HS Electives

Guitar: All Levels

Mike Georgia

This class is for beginners or intermediate students. This course is ideal for students who are looking to get started on the instrument or need to brush up on or refine their skills.

Starting Nov. 3, 2021 @ 2:30PM PST
Grades: 7-12

Biology

Oceanography

Heather Vargas

In this class, we will study the ocean: including biological oceanography, geological oceanography, physical oceanography, chemical oceanography, whales, sharks, rays, and the deep ocean. 

Starting Jan. 6, 2022 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 4-8

Elementary Math

Advanced Number Systems

Heather Vargas

This class will cover advanced concepts in the number system. We will study positive and negative numbers, absolute value, the 4-quadrant graph, and apply this to real-world examples.

Starting Jan. 5, 2022 @ 11:00AM PST
Grades: 4-8

Creative Writing

Mastering the 5 Paragraph Essay in 6 Easy Lessons

Heather Vargas

Being able to easily and effectively write a basic 5-paragraph essay is an essential skill that all middle school, high school, and college students should have. This course provides a formula/framework to organize the essay and teaches the student to let the reader clearly understand what the paper is about. Students will be taken through the process of writing their own research essay step by step.

Starting Jan. 12, 2022 @ 2:00PM PST
Grades: 5-10

A-G & HS Electives

Adventures in Acting: Intermediate to Advanced

Chris Gilmore

Adventures in Acting is brought to you by professional producer and casting director Chris Gilmore with assistance from Leo Gilmore.

Starting Oct. 19, 2021 @ 4:00PM PST 14 other classes available
Grades: 6-12

A-G & HS Electives

Biology (Semester 2): Immunology and Disease

Heather Vargas

This class will study the function and structures of immune systems in organisms. We will look at the human immune system and its role in creating defense forces for the body to fight disease.

Starting Feb. 4, 2022 @ 12:00PM PST
Grades: 6-12

Algebra I

Algebra Crash Course: Expressions, Functions, Exponents, and Word Problems

Heather Vargas

This class will teach and review the essentials of an introduction to Algebra. We will learn algebraic expressions and equations, independent and dependent variables, functions, real numbers, inequalities, exponents, and how Algebra can be applied in word problems.

Starting Jan. 6, 2022 @ 10:45AM PST
Grades: 4-9

Elementary Math

Crash Course: Statistics & Probability

Heather Vargas

Data analysis is a skill that will be used in all areas of life, from youth to old age. Understanding the basic concepts and how they apply to real-life situations will not only be helpful for math and science classes, but will form the basis of critical thinking skills for life. In this class, we will learn mean, median, range, probability, and apply these concepts to real-life applications.

Starting Feb. 16, 2022 @ 11:00AM PST
Grades: 4-8

Creative Writing

Essay Writing, Part 2: Mastering the 4 Most Common Essay Types

Heather Vargas

This class is part two of the Essay Writing Series. After completing the course “Mastering the 5 Paragraph Essay in 6 Easy Lessons”, this course expands the student's essay-writing skills to include the most common types of essays.

Starting Jan. 10, 2022 @ 2:00PM PST
Grades: 5-10

General

Where in the World is Nina Pasadena?

Ani Janbazian

Join the Acme Detective Agency on a chase around the world on the hunt for super spy criminal master thief, Nina Pasadena and her dastardly henchmen!

Starting Sept. 13, 2021 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 3-6

A-G & HS Electives

College Prep English for Homeschoolers

Denis Titchenell

This course covers advanced English communications for students of any age who can handle college preparatory material. It is designed to prepare students for university studies and for SAT, ACT, and TOEFL exams. This is an interest-driven class, with emphasis on innate language acquisition through immersion and emulation as well as an understanding of grammatical principles, stylistic issues and vocabulary choices. Students will amass a portfolio of work for use in admissions and applications.

Starting Sept. 13, 2021 @ 11:00AM PST
Grades: 6-12

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