Classes in every subject
Choose from our list of hand-picked classes to help your student achieve their goals and dreams.
Greek Gods and Creatures
If you told an ancient Greek you were going to buy some Nike shoes on Amazon while listening to music on Pandora, he’d stare at you like you were some nine-headed monster. According to him, Hermes wears the shoes, Pandora’s the reason he’s miserable, and Amazons are the tall warrior women who will soon be arriving to arrest you for speaking nonsense. Don’t be that person!
Where in the World is Nina Pasadena?
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!
A-G & HS Electives
True History Unknowns of Indiana Jones
Students will learn more about the real history, archeology, locations, relics, people, and cultures, that inspired the adventures of Indiana Jones.
A-G & HS Electives
Psychology Semester 1 (A-G*)
This Psychology class is the FIRST semester of a year-long course that is equivalent to a one semester introductory college course in psychology. This course is designed to meet the “G” requirement in the A-G course requirements. Please check with your charter school or other to ensure that they will accept this.
Psychology is a comprehensive study of the human mind and cognitive processes. Students will examine the structures of the brain and their involvement in human action and social interaction. The class will provide a rigorous examination of cognitive development, perception, comprehension, consciousness, and learning. The course will also involve an analysis of human emotion, psychological disorders and their treatments. This class offers an enlightening journey through the depths of the human mind.
When the Animals Talk
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.