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Curriculum

9th Grade

high school students studying

Bible

The focus of the class is to invite students to build a solid foundation of belief in the person of Christ. Students will examine the foundational elements of faith systems and understand the foundational distinctions of a Christ-centered worldview. Students will be challenged to apply the definitions of faith and truth in their examination of the Bible as God’s inerrant revelation. 

  • Foundations of Faith 1/Foundations of Faith II 

Language Arts

Elements of Literature broadens students' understanding of literature by focusing on advanced literary concepts. Students will learn the method and the importance of literary analysis by studying pieces from several genres and interpreting them in light of biblical truth. The textbook promotes critical thinking skills as key to understanding and appreciating literature. Also, a visual analysis section found at the beginning of each unit relates the unit's topic with the visual arts. Students will advance in the usage of new vocabulary progressing in an understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings through the Vocabulary Workshop curriculum. Students will also continue to build upon the skills learned in English I, writing a variety of fiction and nonfiction compositions with a wide range of structural models and stylistic techniques.  

  • English II College Prep/Honors 

Science 

Biology Honors students will see God's power and glory in creation as they learn about cellular biology, genetics, taxonomy, microbiology, botany, zoology, and human anatomy. When studying topics such as Creation and evolution, human cloning, abortion, and stem cell research, students are pointed to Scripture as the ultimate authority and are encouraged to develop a biblical perspective about these topics.  

  • Biology College Prep/Honors 

Social Studies

Cultural Geography provides a survey of geographic principles through a regional approach. Students will "travel" from continent to continent around the world studying the geography, cultures, land forms, climates, resources, economy, religions, and government of each country. This text is filled with photographs, charts, maps, and first-person accounts that make this "virtual world tour" an exciting and stimulating exploration of world geography and culture. 

  • Cultural Geography, Bob Jones University Press 

 

Math

In Algebra I honors, students will be motivated to see the usefulness of math around them as they see how our God is a God of order and pattern.  Algebra I: Structure and Method, Book 1 provides a contemporary curriculum that is accessible to a wide range of students. Classroom-tested for effectiveness, this text contains carefully developed exercise sets with abundant practice skills and real-life applications. Activities also cover technology use, concept explorations, and critical thinking exercises. 

  • Algebra I College Prep/Honors 

Geometry Honors students will be introduced to plane and solid Euclidean Geometry.  They will continue and expand their studies of coordinate Geometry from Algebra I.  Students will see God’s wonderful mathematical plan for the universe as they study topics such as reasoning and proofs, proportion and similarity, analyzing circles, exploring polygons and polyhedrons, surface area and volume, and all types of points, lines, and planes.    

  • Geometry College Prep/Honors 

 

Spanish I

Spanish I is the first year of study in Spanish for beginning-level students. This course is designed to develop a foundational level of proficiency as defined by the proficiency guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Each lesson includes a Diálogo (dialogue) or Lectura (reading passage), a useful tool to reinforce vocabulary and grammar points. Most lessons contain vocabulary introductions. New words appear after the reading selections so that the students may familiarize themselves early on with the vocabulary they will be using in the lesson and practice exercises. Each lesson presents several grammatical structures. The presentations are arranged in logical sequences that allow the students to build upon a balanced foundation. Each new structure is followed by several reinforcement exercises called Actividades (activities). Spanish 1 for Christian Schools emphasizes missions, the learning of Bible verses in Spanish, and vocabulary for witnessing in Spanish. Teaching students to become Christ like and to communicate in Spanish is the main goal of this text.  

  • Spanish I, College Prep 

 

Physical Education

Northside Christian Academy's Physical Education Program was developed to help students recognize their abilities and develop the skills given to them by God. Northside Christian Academy students are encouraged to learn new skills and work with their classmates to achieve their goals. The goal is for each student to develop good sportsmanship skills, Christ-like attitudes, and problem-solving abilities through participating in individual and team activities. All sports exercises are designed to motivate students to enjoy a lifetime of health and fitness. 

  • Physical Education I 

Computer Applications 

There are three core components of Computer Applications I. The first component is Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher) which will be taught using an interactive curriculum. Students will be able to produce professional documents and presentations as well as apply the use of spreadsheets to the real world. The second component is that students will learn the history of the computer and will be able to understand the development of basic computer hardware/software. Lastly, the students will develop touch-typing skills through various drills and timed writing exercises which will result in reaching a mastery level of 40+wpm. 

  • Computer Applications I

10th Grade

teacher helping student

Bible

The focus of the class is to invite students to encourage students to understand that Jesus is our model for spiritual maturity and that He invited us to follow His model for spiritual transformation.  Students will understand the significance of each of Christ’s major invitations in the process of transformation and learn how to apply each invitation to their daily lives.  Through the process of studying the eight units of this course, students are invited to personalize their responses to Christ’s invitation: Follow me and I will make you fishers of men (Mark 1:17). 

  • Spiritual Formation/Leadership, Evangelism, and Discipleship   

Language Arts

English III introduces students to more than seventy authors in a study that connects the authors' lives and beliefs as revealed in their writings with the corresponding literary periods. Lessons examine ColonialRevolutionary, Romantic, Realistic/Naturalistic, and Modern literature and issues such as Darwinism and religious liberalism. Included is Thornton Wilder’s play, “The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden.”   The curriculum includes introductory essays about the cultural and historical events that affect each literary period, biographical essays for each author, and discussions for each author's body of included work. Students will continue to increase writing skills piece by piece. Students will analyze the entire essay-building process and practice forming important components of essays, such as, captivating introductions, compelling descriptions, and convincing conclusions. Students will learn how to bring their words and arguments to life. 

  • English III College Prep/Honors 

Science

Biology Honors students will see God's power and glory in creation as they learn about cellular biology, genetics, taxonomy, microbiology, botany, zoology, and human anatomy. When studying topics such as Creation and evolution, human cloning, abortion, and stem cell research, students are pointed to Scripture as the ultimate authority and are encouraged to develop a biblical perspective about these topics. 

  • Biology College Prep/Honors 

Honors Chemistry students will be presented with the foundational ideas behind atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, nomenclature, kinetic theory, solutions, equilibrium, thermodynamics, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, organic and biochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. The text stresses the marvels of design in Creation and promotes the development of organized problem solving.  

  • Chemistry College Prep/Honors 

Social Studies

United States History will prompt students to study the ten eras listed in the National Standards for United States History. Students will expand their understanding of the exploration and colonization eras, post-Civil War development of industry and the emergence of “modern” America in the late nineteenth century, the post-World War II era, and the contemporary United States. Students will define and use basic terms from U.S history, interpret historical maps, evaluate historical narratives and original documents, interpret common tools of historians, such as timelines, graphs, and charts. Within a biblical worldview, students will gain understanding and discernment of God’s providence in any era by discovering the forces, issues, and events that have shaped the United States history and the people who made it happen. 

  • American History,College Prep

Math

Using Algebra Structure and Method Book 2 as the primary text, Algebra II Honors will take students on a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of what really is happening when polynomials are factored, functions are graphed, and matrices are manipulated.  In this fast paced course, problem solving is introduced early and is integrated throughout.  Reasoning skills such as analyzing information, making conjectures, and giving convincing arguments are developed and sharpened throughout the course.   

  • Algebra II College Prep/Honors 

Geometry Honors students will be introduced to plane and solid Euclidean Geometry.  They will continue and expand their studies of coordinate Geometry from Algebra I.  Students will see God’s wonderful mathematical plan for the universe as they study topics such as reasoning and proofs, proportion and similarity, analyzing 
circles, exploring polygons and polyhedrons, surface area and volume, and all types of points, lines, and planes.    

  • Geometry College Prep/Honors 

Spanish II

Spanish II is the second year of study in Spanish for secondary-level students. This course is  designed to develop an ‘intermediate-low’ to ‘intermediate-mid’ level of proficiency as defined by the proficiency guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. It is designed to align with the five Cs of the national standards in foreign language education: communication, culture, connections, comparisons, and communities. The main thrust of this text is to teach the student to reach out to Hispanics with the gospel of Christ. In learning the Hispanic culture and customs, the student will communicate more effectively in the Hispanic community.  

  • Spanish 2, College Prep 

11th Grade

high school students at lunch time

Bible

The focus of this course is to invite students to examine the life of Christ to gain a more full perspective and understanding of the person and work of Jesus Christ.  Through the course, students are invited to personalize their response to Christ’s question, “Who do you say that I am?”   Students will examine the foundational elements of faith systems and understand the foundational distinctions of a Christ-centered world view. 

  • Life of Christ/Philosophy and Theology 

Language Arts

English IV discusses literature selections and cultural issues from eight literary periods in light of Scripture: Old English, Middle English, Tudor, Stuart, Neoclassical, Romantic, Victorian, and Modern. Students will trace British English with a Christian perspective from its beginning to the present and study the Shakespearean drama entitled Macbeth. Students will develop essays and write research papers in preparation for college. Students will progress with the writing skills acquired in English III by continuing to understand how to bring their words and arguments to life through writing.  

  • English IV College Prep/Honors 

Science

Chemistry students will be presented with the foundational ideas behind atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, nomenclature, kinetic theory, solutions, equilibrium, thermodynamics, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, organic and biochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. The text stresses the marvels of design in Creation and promotes the development of organized problem solving. 

  • Chemistry College Prep/Honors 

Physics introduces students to the world of forces, movement, mechanics, and energy, and lays the foundations for learning about electricity, magnetism, and optics. In addition to learning the logical problem-solving approaches so integral to all disciplines, students will also develop a solid biblical worldview, learn how to apply it in scientific study, and gain a better understanding of and appreciation for the orderliness of God's creation.  Prerequisites for this course include successful completion of Algebra II, Chemistry, and Biology. 

  • Physics College Prep/Honors 

Advanced Biology students will explore the human body using a text that has been updated with new textual material, beautiful illustrations, and a greater emphasis on connecting creation to the Creator. Sixteen modules cover human anatomy and physiology, including the skeletal, nervous, endocrine, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, and reproductive systems. Student text includes study questions, laboratory exercises, and illustrated module study guides. Prerequisites for this course include successful completion of Algebra II, Chemistry, and Biology. 

  • Advanced Biology College Prep/Honors, Apologia 

Math

Using Algebra Structure and Method Book 2 as the primary text, Algebra II Honors will take students on a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of what really is happening when polynomials are factored, functions are graphed, and matrices are manipulated.  In this fast paced course problem solving is introduced early and is integrated throughout.  Reasoning skills such as analyzing information, making conjectures, and giving convincing arguments are developed and sharpened throughout the course.   

  • Algebra II College Prep/Honors 

Pre-Calculus students have 3 main goals: (1) learning about the mind of God by discovering the order that He has richly and graciously imposed on His world, (2) the instruction of mechanics in solving problems that could arise in real world situations at home and at work, and (3) the development of problem solving, logic, and critical and creative thinking skills. As we learn more about the vast and infinite qualities of God’s mind, His majesty and power are put into greater perspective.  Concepts in Pre-Calculus include functions, transcendentals, trigonometry, limits, and derivatives. 

  • Pre-Calculus College Prep/Honors, McGraw-Hill 

The students will learn statistics by following a non-theoretical approach without formal proofs, explaining concepts intuitively, and supporting them with abundant examples. The applications span a broad range of topics certain to appeal to the interests of students of diverse backgrounds, and they include problems in business, sports, health, architecture, education, entertainment, political science, psychology, life and social sciences, and more. This study of measures and chance will allow students to see just how amazing our God is to be sovereign over it all. Students will earn one credit for this course. 

  • Elementary Statistics, McGraw-Hill

Spanish III

Spanish III is the third year of study in Spanish for secondary-level students. This course is  designed to help the student grow first in favor with God and then in favor with man. Missionaries from several Spanish-speaking countries have graciously contributed personal testimonies and cultural insights to this textbook. Their contributions have been added to enhance communication skills in Spanish as well as to encourage a vision of becoming personally involved in missions. Students in the class who have participated in foreign missions often encourage other classmates to learn as much Spanish as possible. Involving the students in daily devotionals and Bible stories in Spanish provides new dimensions for sharing the gospel. Truths that may be very familiar become exciting opportunities for applying knowledge.  

  • Spanish 3, College Prep

12th Grade

high school students at lunch time

Bible

Understanding the Times [ACSI] Understanding the Times is a classic invitation to the study of worldviews, a guided tour of the answers to life’s ultimate questions. This course will launch discussions about how ideas become persuasive and how to identify patterns of ideas so we can understand the world around us. It examines the six most prominent worldviews influencing the world today (Christianity, Islam, Secularism, Marxism, New Spirituality, and Postmodernism), and it shows how their influence manifests in the key academic disciplines operating in America’s institutions of higher learning today (Theology, Philosophy, Ethics, Biology, Psychology, Sociology, Law, Politics, Economics and History). 

Language Arts

British Literature (2nd ed.) discusses literature selections and cultural issues from eight literary periods in light of Scripture: Old English, Middle English, Tudor, Stuart, Neoclassical, Romantic, Victorian, and Modern. This class traces British English with a Christian perspective from its beginning to the present and studies the Shakespearean drama entitled Macbeth.  The Vocabulary Workshop program focuses on the words, their 
meanings, their ranges of application, and their uses in context.  The approach is systematic because it begins with and builds upon a work list drawn from vocabulary that students will encounter in their reading. It provides students with the vocabulary skills they will need to achieve higher-level reading proficiency and to succeed at standardized tests. 

  • English IV College Prep/Honors 

Dual-enrollment courses are offered for students who completed English IV in the 11th grade year.

Science

Physics introduces students to the world of forces, movement, mechanics, and energy, and lays the foundations for learning about electricity, magnetism, and optics. In addition to learning the logical problem-solving approaches so integral to all disciplines, students will also develop a solid biblical worldview, learn how to apply it in scientific study, and gain a better understanding of and appreciation for the orderliness of God's creation.  Prerequisites for this course include successful completion of Algebra II, Chemistry, and Biology. 

  • Physics College Prep/Honors 

Advanced Biology Honors students will explore the human body using a text that has been updated with new textual material, beautiful illustrations, and a greater emphasis on connecting creation to the Creator. Sixteen modules cover human anatomy and physiology, including the skeletal, nervous, endocrine, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, and reproductive systems. Student text includes study questions, laboratory exercises, and illustrated module study guides. Prerequisites for this course include successful completion of Algebra II, Chemistry, and Biology. 

  • Advanced Biology College Prep/Honors, Apologia 

 
Chemistry II is an advanced course that looks at many concepts in physical and organic chemistry. This course will reiterate the basics of Chemistry and continue more in depth studies.  This course will cover stoichiometry, bonding, chemical reaction, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, oxidation-reduction, organic chemistry, and nuclear chemistry.          

  • Advanced Chemistry College Prep/Honors, Apologia 

 

Social Studies

Work and Prosperity is set apart by its emphasis on free enterprise capitalism in a free market economy. After learning the biblical views of work, wealth, and stewardship, students can understand the proper economic roles of individual producers and consumers, as well as the role of the government from a conservative, Christian perspective. The stark contrast between the market economy—the cornerstone of prosperity in the 
United States—and the command economy—the hallmark of fiscal failure in Communist countries—is graphically presented. Essential concepts such as competition in the marketplace and private ownership of capital are discussed from a conservative perspective.  Students will earn a half credit for this semester course. 

  • Economics, A Beka 

American Government opens with an inspiring look at the blessings we enjoy as American citizens and the symbols we hold dear, then proceeds to a fascinating study of the Constitution, the government it established, and the rights and privileges it guarantees the American people. After studying the Constitution and the national government, students learn about federalism and government at the state and local levels. The text concludes with a chapter on the opportunities and responsibilities of American citizens to get involved in their unique political system. Students will earn a half credit for this semester course. 

  • American Government, A Beka 

 

Math

The students learn statistics by following a non-theoretical approach without formal proofs, explaining concepts intuitively, and supporting them with abundant examples. The applications span a broad range of topics certain to appeal to the interests of students of diverse backgrounds, and they include problems in business, sports, health, architecture, education, entertainment, political science, psychology, life and social sciences, and more. This study of measures and chance will allow students to see just how amazing our God is to be sovereign over it all. Students will earn one credit for this course. Students must have a grasp of Algebra in order to successfully navigate Statistics. Specifically, students should be able to manipulate equations with multiple parameters and solve for missing values, be comfortable using a graphing calculator, and be able to read and create charts and graphs.  

  • Elementary Statistics College Prep/Honors, McGraw-Hill 

Calculus students have 3 main goals: (1) learning about the mind of God by discovering the order that He has richly and graciously imposed on His world, (2) the instruction of mechanics in solving problems that could arise in real world situations at home and at work, and (3) the development of problem solving, logic, and critical and creative thinking skills. As we learn more about the vast and infinite qualities of God’s mind, His majesty and power are put into greater perspective.  Concepts in Calculus include functions, trigonometry, limits, and derivatives. 

  • Calculus Honors, McGraw-Hill

Electives

Art Studio I

Students will learn and apply the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design through a variety of studio art activities designed to develop and enrich the creative thought process.  Various two and three dimensional media will be used to create works of fine art.  Techniques include but are not limited to drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, and sculpture. Students may take this course as a two semester full credit or one semester half credit 

 

Art Studio II

Students will build upon concepts learned in Art Studio I.  They will continue to learn and apply the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design through a variety of studio art activities designed to develop and enrich the creative thought process.  Various two and three dimensional media will be used to create works of fine art.  Techniques include but are not limited to drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, and sculpture. Students may take this course as a two semester full credit or one semester half credit.

 

Athletic Fitness I

This course is designed to fully prepare boys to participate in football as a contact sport.  This entry level course that is essential for 8-9th grade boys (unless otherwise recommended by the head football coach) desiring to play football.  The course will increase their muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, aerobic capacity, increase speed, as well as reduce body fat to an acceptable athletic level. This will reduce the chance of injury.   Personal development is also stressed and includes mental, physical, and spiritual development.  Character, leadership, discipline, teamwork, study habits, and mental toughness are emphasized. Students will earn 1 credit for this full year course.

 

Athletic Fitness II

The Advanced Fitness Course is offered to NCA high school students to challenge and develop varsity level football athletes. This class is set up to push each athlete to his or her limits and equip them to succeed in the sport. The class moves at an accelerated pace and has a rigorous curriculum.  First and foremost, this course puts God first, builds character, and leads boys toward becoming men of God. It is intense and demanding both physically and mentally. The goals of the advanced conditioning model of physical education and athletic fitness will be to improve flexibility, speed, and agility. We will be focusing on improving the students lifting technique, over all core strength and cardio training. Our work in class is designed to develop the entire student athlete through training to improve performance, reduce injury potential, and optimize athletic performance.  Units of training in conditioning are systematically introduced in phases. Each phase is designed to build upon the previous one to produce student athletes that will be in optimum condition and maintain that condition throughout their desired season, as well as the development of lifetime training skills.

 

Career Internship 

Career Internship is an elective course that offers a unique opportunity for Northside Christian Academy seniors.  Seniors are placed in a private or public work setting where they have a career interest.  Students have the opportunity to work side-by-side with professionals in the work force learning the activities and skill sets that are necessary for the specific career, as well as practicing and understanding competencies they will need in order to be successful in the workplace. Students who complete this course will exit knowing:   

  • The type of post-secondary education/training required in their career field
  • Professionally relevant competencies in their specific professional setting
  • Workplace professionalism and ethics

Students must apply and be accepted to the Career Exploration Internship program.  Students will be evaluated by the internship mentor.  The goals of this experience are: 

  • Students will be knowledgeable about the world of work, explore career options, and relate personal skills, aptitudes and abilities to future career decisions
  • Students will demonstrate how academic knowledge and skills are applied in the workplace
  • Students will demonstrate the foundation skills and competencies essential for success in the workplace

 

Chorus 

Beginner Chorus is for male and female singers of grades 9-12. Students will learn breathing techniques, ear training, reading music, and many other skills essential for young singers. They will also learn how to work as a team to achieve harmony, unity of sound, and a family atmosphere. Chorus will perform at various events and will be required to order the appropriate attire. Chorus elective may be taken by returning chorus members and new singers. Personal practice is expected as well as occasional after school rehearsals and performances.  

 

Creative Writing

In the creative writing elective course, students will be given an opportunity to explore a variety of techniques  in verbal expression.  This course will give students a platform to experiment with a range of genres, such as s hort stories, nonfiction, poetry, and graphic novels.  Students will also develop an expanded  understanding of the nuances of the English language, techniques pertaining to writing for an audience, and est ablish a deeper appreciation of the spiritual value that is revealed through practice of the creative arts.  In the end, this course is designed to assist each student as they work to discover their “voice” as a writer. 

 

Health and Nutrition

Health and Nutrition is a one semester, half credit course designed to provide students with an understanding of all important physical, mental and social health issues.  You will be presented with a moral basis for a healthy lifestyle based upon scriptural principles.  Topics such as anatomy, body systems, food choices, exercise, diseases, stress, emergencies, responsibility, and more will be addressed from a Christian worldview

 

Journalism

Students in Journalism I study aspects of producing digital and print publications and receive an introduction into the major players, topics, and trends in the media industry. Students begin developing skill sets in interviewing, reporting, writing, editing, and multimedia storytelling, in addition to learning how to be contributing members of an editorial team. Each member of the class will help strategize, produce, and manage content for the yearbook and/or the online home of NCA’s athletics program.   Students will earn one half credit for this semester course. 

 

Personal Finance

Foundations in Personal Finance is a one semester course that meets students where they are in life so they can start making good money management decisions from day one.  This course by Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel cover things like saving and budgeting for things like their first car and college, to the really fun aspects of investing.  Students will also learn about resume building, career options, negotiation, insurance and the world's most exciting topic: taxes!  Lead by an instructor, this course uses video, online blended learning and a workbook that students will find entertaining as well as educational. Using God’s word and the principals that 
it teaches about hard work and discipline, this course is designed to make sure students are ready for life after high school. Students will earn one half credit for this semester course. 

 

Precepts Study

This Biblical course is designed to help high school students focus on what God has called each Christian to do and how he has uniquely equipped him or her for the task. Students will discover the spiritual gifts God has given and understand those given to all believers in order to glorify Himself and strengthen His church.  The goal of this one semester Bible study is for students to gain an understanding of how they are gifted to assist them as they step forward with college and career choices.

 

Strength and Conditioning

This course is designed to give students the ability to learn the strength and conditioning concepts and techniques needed to obtain optimal physical fitness. Students will learn the fundamentals of strength, power, endurance, flexibility, speed, and agility. The course will involve both lecture and physical activity. Through this class, students will come to a better understanding of God's intelligent design of the human body and how they can use strong, healthy bodies to serve the Lord.  Students may take this course as a two semester full credit or one semester half credit.

 

Teacher’s Aide 

A Teacher’s Aide at Northside Christian Academy will have the ability to gain an experimental  learning opportunity that will further develop mentoring relationships offered as an elective for high school credit. All 11th  and 12th graders must be current on all credits, on track for high school graduation, and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students will need to have a strong work ethic in order to meet the needs of the students and teachers. Prior to the beginning of a student aide experience, students must attend an orientation provided by the school. Students will be evaluated based on work quality, time management, dependability, work ethic, and spiritual influence.   

 

Worship Arts

The purpose of Worship Arts is to instruct and equip students to lead praise in a congregational setting, both at school chapel services and in the church. In the Bible, music is important to God. His people throughout  history have used singing as an important part of a life of worship to him. In Worship Arts, we will deepen our praise experience by learning more about what it means to praise God, with our voices and instruments,  seeking wisdom from music through history, including the Psalms. Students will learn all year, but will be put on stage at the teacher’s discretion. Some students will be ready right away, but since there’s no prerequisite  for the course, there will be beginners who will need more practice before they take that step.  

 

Yearbook

This class is a full year elective and can be taken for one credit toward graduation.  This class will develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions it will take to produce an excellent yearbook.  Students will learn and develop skills in layout design, writing, proofreading, photojournalism, computer, advertising design, and ad sales. Students will learn and demonstrate the values of diligence, responsibility, accountability, commitment, and teamwork in producing a quality yearbook.  Students will learn how to bring glory to Jesus through using and refining the interests and abilities that God has given them.

 

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