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Preschool

  • Little Arrows Stay and Play

    Friday School is designed for 3-5 year olds.  During the day your child will experience creative learning through centers, group time, hands-on activities, music & outdoor play.  It is our goal to provide developmentally appropriate activities to enhance your child’s physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual growth.

  • Supply Fee – Preschool
  • Little Arrows Preschool

    Friday School is designed for 3-5 year olds.  During the day your child will experience creative learning through centers, group time, hands-on activities, music & outdoor play.  It is our goal to provide developmentally appropriate activities to enhance your child’s physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual growth.

Grade 1st

  • Robotics – Jr Rocket Science (1-3)

    Each student will discover and explore engineering principles of simple machines and building LEGO Technic models using gears(screw), levers, pulley systems, wheels and axles and incline planes. With the knowledge of these principles students will use laptops and tablets to code the process to activate they motor and sensors for movement and autonomous functions. Engineering and coding is advancing more each day and the relevant project each week will inspire all students to interact with more confidence.

  • Nature Study (1-3)

    Nature Study with Marks

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art (1-3)

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Mystery of History: Early Church to Middle Ages (1st-2nd)

    From games, hands on timelines and captivating stories found in historical fiction, this class will explore history from the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press.

    The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God’s working in history beginning with Pentecost, the persecution of the early church, Josephus and his historical writings and the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Some of the highlights students will follow through their study of the timeline of history will be the buried city of Pompeii, the Golden Age of India, St. Patrick: Missionary to Ireland, life in the Dark Ages, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table, the birth of Islam, the Epic of Beowulf, the study of Japan’s Shoguns, Charlemagne, the Vikings & Leif Ericson’s discovery of the Americas, William the Conqueror, the early crusades, the Jews of the Middle Ages and the Aztecs.  Volume 2 of the Mystery of History continues on through the Hundred Year’s War and the Black Death of Europe, the Ming Dynasty of China, Joan of Arc and a look into the Ottoman people, concluding the year with Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press.   Let history come to life as we explore the mystery of history from the early church through the middle ages.

  • Science in the Ancient World (1-2)

    Science in the Ancient World is the second book in a hands-on, multilevel science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-7 students. In addition, there are three levels of review for each lesson, so the parent/teacher can choose the depth at which each student is expected to grasp the material.

    The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. It concentrates mostly on what these ancient scientists got right, but it does spend some time discussing what they got wrong, because even the mistakes that scientists make can sometimes advance our understanding of the natural world. Of course, when the students are taught something that is now known to be incorrect, they are made aware of this fact!

    Because the course covers science as it was developed, it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, heliocentrism, geocentrism, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

Grade 2nd

  • Robotics – Jr Rocket Science (1-3)

    Each student will discover and explore engineering principles of simple machines and building LEGO Technic models using gears(screw), levers, pulley systems, wheels and axles and incline planes. With the knowledge of these principles students will use laptops and tablets to code the process to activate they motor and sensors for movement and autonomous functions. Engineering and coding is advancing more each day and the relevant project each week will inspire all students to interact with more confidence.

  • Nature Study (1-3)

    Nature Study with Marks

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art (1-3)

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Latin (2-3)
  • Mystery of History: Early Church to Middle Ages (1st-2nd)

    From games, hands on timelines and captivating stories found in historical fiction, this class will explore history from the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press.

    The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God’s working in history beginning with Pentecost, the persecution of the early church, Josephus and his historical writings and the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Some of the highlights students will follow through their study of the timeline of history will be the buried city of Pompeii, the Golden Age of India, St. Patrick: Missionary to Ireland, life in the Dark Ages, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table, the birth of Islam, the Epic of Beowulf, the study of Japan’s Shoguns, Charlemagne, the Vikings & Leif Ericson’s discovery of the Americas, William the Conqueror, the early crusades, the Jews of the Middle Ages and the Aztecs.  Volume 2 of the Mystery of History continues on through the Hundred Year’s War and the Black Death of Europe, the Ming Dynasty of China, Joan of Arc and a look into the Ottoman people, concluding the year with Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press.   Let history come to life as we explore the mystery of history from the early church through the middle ages.

  • Science in the Ancient World (1-2)

    Science in the Ancient World is the second book in a hands-on, multilevel science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-7 students. In addition, there are three levels of review for each lesson, so the parent/teacher can choose the depth at which each student is expected to grasp the material.

    The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. It concentrates mostly on what these ancient scientists got right, but it does spend some time discussing what they got wrong, because even the mistakes that scientists make can sometimes advance our understanding of the natural world. Of course, when the students are taught something that is now known to be incorrect, they are made aware of this fact!

    Because the course covers science as it was developed, it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, heliocentrism, geocentrism, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

Grade 3rd

  • Robotics – Jr Rocket Science (1-3)

    Each student will discover and explore engineering principles of simple machines and building LEGO Technic models using gears(screw), levers, pulley systems, wheels and axles and incline planes. With the knowledge of these principles students will use laptops and tablets to code the process to activate they motor and sensors for movement and autonomous functions. Engineering and coding is advancing more each day and the relevant project each week will inspire all students to interact with more confidence.

  • Nature Study (1-3)

    Nature Study with Marks

  • Guitar – Beginner

    Has your child ever had a desire to learn how to play guitar? These group lessons will consist of intentional music education based around the philosophies of music theory. By the end of the course, your student will be comfortable reading music, playing music, and reading chord charts in order to play songs that everyone can enjoy.

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art (1-3)

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Latin (2-3)
  • Mystery of History: Early Church to Middle Ages (3rd-4th)

    From games, hands on timelines and captivating stories found in historical fiction, this class will explore history from the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press.

    The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God’s working in history beginning with Pentecost, the persecution of the early church, Josephus and his historical writings and the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Some of the highlights students will follow through their study of the timeline of history will be the buried city of Pompeii, the Golden Age of India, St. Patrick: Missionary to Ireland, life in the Dark Ages, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table, the birth of Islam, the Epic of Beowulf, the study of Japan’s Shoguns, Charlemagne, the Vikings & Leif Ericson’s discovery of the Americas, William the Conqueror, the early crusades, the Jews of the Middle Ages and the Aztecs.  Volume 2 of the Mystery of History continues on through the Hundred Year’s War and the Black Death of Europe, the Ming Dynasty of China, Joan of Arc and a look into the Ottoman people, concluding the year with Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press.   Let history come to life as we explore the mystery of history from the early church through the middle ages.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

  • Science in the Ancient World (3)

    Science in the Ancient World is the second book in a hands-on, multilevel science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-7 students. In addition, there are three levels of review for each lesson, so the parent/teacher can choose the depth at which each student is expected to grasp the material.

    The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. It concentrates mostly on what these ancient scientists got right, but it does spend some time discussing what they got wrong, because even the mistakes that scientists make can sometimes advance our understanding of the natural world. Of course, when the students are taught something that is now known to be incorrect, they are made aware of this fact!

    Because the course covers science as it was developed, it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, heliocentrism, geocentrism, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

Grade 4th

  • Robotics – EV3 Rocket Science (4+)

    Each team of two students discover and explore advanced machines which combine and  group simple machines for the best mechanical advantage for each project. The class will complete several team challenges using our laptops and tablets to code the Mindstorm EV3 platform, LEGO Technic elements, and several interactive sensors. Each team challenge will allow beginners and LEGO Masters to learn and develop knowledge and confidence in problem solving.

  • Math 4th

    Math, Instructor: Kim Holt

    Course Description:
    Teaching Textbooks is an award winning homeschool math curriculum and it just got even better!
    Recently, version 3.0 (online subscription option) has been released. No more purchasing and
    lugging around books and CDs! This curriculum is engaging and fun for the student! The lessons
    are taught in a fun interactive way and include sample problems, review problems, and immediate
    feedback. Parents enjoy the automatic grading and permanent grade book storage. During class
    on Friday, we will spend a few minutes reviewing the previous week and answering any questions.
    Then, we will go through the concepts that will be covered in the upcoming week. We will take
    notes, practice problems together, and use activities and games to practice new concepts. The
    course will cover math strategies and involve real world problem solving to apply principles to
    everyday life. To read more and to access placement tests, go to teachingtextbooks.com
    Course Expectations:
    Students are expected to complete assigned reading material and lessons prior to class.
    Students will keep a notebook in which to log their assignments, show their calculation work, and
    keep notes and handouts from class. Students will bring to class any questions from that weeks’
    assignments. Keeping up with assignments will enable students to participate in group
    discussions & class activities and be fully prepared to dig deeper into upcoming math concepts.
    Textbooks & Materials:
    Teaching Textbooks Online Subscription (OR TT Math Book and CDs-Content is the same)
    Notebook – 1 inch binder with Notebook Paper, Pencils

  • French (4-8)
  • Guitar – Beginner

    Has your child ever had a desire to learn how to play guitar? These group lessons will consist of intentional music education based around the philosophies of music theory. By the end of the course, your student will be comfortable reading music, playing music, and reading chord charts in order to play songs that everyone can enjoy.

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Mystery of History: Early Church to Middle Ages (3rd-4th)

    From games, hands on timelines and captivating stories found in historical fiction, this class will explore history from the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press.

    The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God’s working in history beginning with Pentecost, the persecution of the early church, Josephus and his historical writings and the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Some of the highlights students will follow through their study of the timeline of history will be the buried city of Pompeii, the Golden Age of India, St. Patrick: Missionary to Ireland, life in the Dark Ages, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table, the birth of Islam, the Epic of Beowulf, the study of Japan’s Shoguns, Charlemagne, the Vikings & Leif Ericson’s discovery of the Americas, William the Conqueror, the early crusades, the Jews of the Middle Ages and the Aztecs.  Volume 2 of the Mystery of History continues on through the Hundred Year’s War and the Black Death of Europe, the Ming Dynasty of China, Joan of Arc and a look into the Ottoman people, concluding the year with Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press.   Let history come to life as we explore the mystery of history from the early church through the middle ages.

  • Science in the Ancient World (4)

    Science in the Ancient World is the second book in a hands-on, multilevel science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-7 students. In addition, there are three levels of review for each lesson, so the parent/teacher can choose the depth at which each student is expected to grasp the material.

    The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. It concentrates mostly on what these ancient scientists got right, but it does spend some time discussing what they got wrong, because even the mistakes that scientists make can sometimes advance our understanding of the natural world. Of course, when the students are taught something that is now known to be incorrect, they are made aware of this fact!

    Because the course covers science as it was developed, it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, heliocentrism, geocentrism, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

  • Art 4+

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Latin (4-5)

Grade 5th

  • Robotics – EV3 Rocket Science (4+)

    Each team of two students discover and explore advanced machines which combine and  group simple machines for the best mechanical advantage for each project. The class will complete several team challenges using our laptops and tablets to code the Mindstorm EV3 platform, LEGO Technic elements, and several interactive sensors. Each team challenge will allow beginners and LEGO Masters to learn and develop knowledge and confidence in problem solving.

  • Math 5th

    Math, Instructor: Kim Holt

    Course Description:
    Teaching Textbooks is an award winning homeschool math curriculum and it just got even better!
    Recently, version 3.0 (online subscription option) has been released. No more purchasing and
    lugging around books and CDs! This curriculum is engaging and fun for the student! The lessons
    are taught in a fun interactive way and include sample problems, review problems, and immediate
    feedback. Parents enjoy the automatic grading and permanent grade book storage. During class
    on Friday, we will spend a few minutes reviewing the previous week and answering any questions.
    Then, we will go through the concepts that will be covered in the upcoming week. We will take
    notes, practice problems together, and use activities and games to practice new concepts. The
    course will cover math strategies and involve real world problem solving to apply principles to
    everyday life. To read more and to access placement tests, go to teachingtextbooks.com
    Course Expectations:
    Students are expected to complete assigned reading material and lessons prior to class.
    Students will keep a notebook in which to log their assignments, show their calculation work, and
    keep notes and handouts from class. Students will bring to class any questions from that weeks’
    assignments. Keeping up with assignments will enable students to participate in group
    discussions & class activities and be fully prepared to dig deeper into upcoming math concepts.
    Textbooks & Materials:
    Teaching Textbooks Online Subscription (OR TT Math Book and CDs-Content is the same)
    Notebook – 1 inch binder with Notebook Paper, Pencils

  • Science in the Ancient World (5-7)

    Science in the Ancient World is a hands-on, multilevel elementary science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-6 students. The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. Because the course covers science as it was developed (and all the parents say amen!), it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

    Students will read their lesson during the week and participate in a class discussion and science experiments based upon their weekly reading. Science has never been more fun and understandable then through Jay Wile’s Science in the Ancient World as students walk through science based upon history.  They will learn right along with the scientists who made these great discoveries, beautifully weaving the tapestry of science and history. Some of the great discoveries of early natural philosophy and science that are studied will be the brilliant minds of Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Plato, Aristotle, Archimedes & others.  Enter a time capsule with us as we go back to early civilizations and discover science in the ancient world.

  • Speech and Debate (4th+)
  • French (4-8)
  • Guitar – Beginner

    Has your child ever had a desire to learn how to play guitar? These group lessons will consist of intentional music education based around the philosophies of music theory. By the end of the course, your student will be comfortable reading music, playing music, and reading chord charts in order to play songs that everyone can enjoy.

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

  • Science in the Ancient World (5)

    Science in the Ancient World is a hands-on, multilevel elementary science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-6 students. The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. Because the course covers science as it was developed (and all the parents say amen!), it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

    Students will read their lesson during the week and participate in a class discussion and science experiments based upon their weekly reading. Science has never been more fun and understandable then through Jay Wile’s Science in the Ancient World as students walk through science based upon history.  They will learn right along with the scientists who made these great discoveries, beautifully weaving the tapestry of science and history. Some of the great discoveries of early natural philosophy and science that are studied will be the brilliant minds of Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Plato, Aristotle, Archimedes & others.  Enter a time capsule with us as we go back to early civilizations and discover science in the ancient world.

  • Art 4+

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Latin (4-5)
  • Mystery of History: Early Church to Middle Ages (5th)

    From games, hands on timelines and captivating stories found in historical fiction, this class will explore history from the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press.

    The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God’s working in history beginning with Pentecost, the persecution of the early church, Josephus and his historical writings and the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Some of the highlights students will follow through their study of the timeline of history will be the buried city of Pompeii, the Golden Age of India, St. Patrick: Missionary to Ireland, life in the Dark Ages, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table, the birth of Islam, the Epic of Beowulf, the study of Japan’s Shoguns, Charlemagne, the Vikings & Leif Ericson’s discovery of the Americas, William the Conqueror, the early crusades, the Jews of the Middle Ages and the Aztecs.  Volume 2 of the Mystery of History continues on through the Hundred Year’s War and the Black Death of Europe, the Ming Dynasty of China, Joan of Arc and a look into the Ottoman people, concluding the year with Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press.   Let history come to life as we explore the mystery of history from the early church through the middle ages.

  • Latin (5-6)

     

Grade 6th

  • Robotics – EV3 Rocket Science (4+)

    Each team of two students discover and explore advanced machines which combine and  group simple machines for the best mechanical advantage for each project. The class will complete several team challenges using our laptops and tablets to code the Mindstorm EV3 platform, LEGO Technic elements, and several interactive sensors. Each team challenge will allow beginners and LEGO Masters to learn and develop knowledge and confidence in problem solving.

  • Teaching the Classics (6th – 8th)
  • Science in the Ancient World (5-7)

    Science in the Ancient World is a hands-on, multilevel elementary science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-6 students. The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. Because the course covers science as it was developed (and all the parents say amen!), it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

    Students will read their lesson during the week and participate in a class discussion and science experiments based upon their weekly reading. Science has never been more fun and understandable then through Jay Wile’s Science in the Ancient World as students walk through science based upon history.  They will learn right along with the scientists who made these great discoveries, beautifully weaving the tapestry of science and history. Some of the great discoveries of early natural philosophy and science that are studied will be the brilliant minds of Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Plato, Aristotle, Archimedes & others.  Enter a time capsule with us as we go back to early civilizations and discover science in the ancient world.

  • Speech and Debate (4th+)
  • French (4-8)
  • Guitar – Beginner

    Has your child ever had a desire to learn how to play guitar? These group lessons will consist of intentional music education based around the philosophies of music theory. By the end of the course, your student will be comfortable reading music, playing music, and reading chord charts in order to play songs that everyone can enjoy.

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Mystery of History: Early Church to Middle Ages (6th-7th)

    From games, hands on timelines and captivating stories found in historical fiction, this class will explore history from the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press.

    The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God’s working in history beginning with Pentecost, the persecution of the early church, Josephus and his historical writings and the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Some of the highlights students will follow through their study of the timeline of history will be the buried city of Pompeii, the Golden Age of India, St. Patrick: Missionary to Ireland, life in the Dark Ages, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table, the birth of Islam, the Epic of Beowulf, the study of Japan’s Shoguns, Charlemagne, the Vikings & Leif Ericson’s discovery of the Americas, William the Conqueror, the early crusades, the Jews of the Middle Ages and the Aztecs.  Volume 2 of the Mystery of History continues on through the Hundred Year’s War and the Black Death of Europe, the Ming Dynasty of China, Joan of Arc and a look into the Ottoman people, concluding the year with Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press.   Let history come to life as we explore the mystery of history from the early church through the middle ages.

  • Math 6th

    Math, Instructor: Kim Holt

    Course Description:
    Teaching Textbooks is an award winning homeschool math curriculum and it just got even better!
    Recently, version 3.0 (online subscription option) has been released. No more purchasing and
    lugging around books and CDs! This curriculum is engaging and fun for the student! The lessons
    are taught in a fun interactive way and include sample problems, review problems, and immediate
    feedback. Parents enjoy the automatic grading and permanent grade book storage. During class
    on Friday, we will spend a few minutes reviewing the previous week and answering any questions.
    Then, we will go through the concepts that will be covered in the upcoming week. We will take
    notes, practice problems together, and use activities and games to practice new concepts. The
    course will cover math strategies and involve real world problem solving to apply principles to
    everyday life. To read more and to access placement tests, go to teachingtextbooks.com
    Course Expectations:
    Students are expected to complete assigned reading material and lessons prior to class.
    Students will keep a notebook in which to log their assignments, show their calculation work, and
    keep notes and handouts from class. Students will bring to class any questions from that weeks’
    assignments. Keeping up with assignments will enable students to participate in group
    discussions & class activities and be fully prepared to dig deeper into upcoming math concepts.
    Textbooks & Materials:
    Teaching Textbooks Online Subscription (OR TT Math Book and CDs-Content is the same)
    Notebook – 1 inch binder with Notebook Paper, Pencils

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

  • Art 4+

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Latin (5-6)

     

Grade 7th

  • Math Algebra 1

    Math, Instructor: Kim Holt

    Course Description:
    Teaching Textbooks is an award winning homeschool math curriculum and it just got even better!
    Recently, version 3.0 (online subscription option) has been released. No more purchasing and
    lugging around books and CDs! This curriculum is engaging and fun for the student! The lessons
    are taught in a fun interactive way and include sample problems, review problems, and immediate
    feedback. Parents enjoy the automatic grading and permanent grade book storage. During class
    on Friday, we will spend a few minutes reviewing the previous week and answering any questions.
    Then, we will go through the concepts that will be covered in the upcoming week. We will take
    notes, practice problems together, and use activities and games to practice new concepts. The
    course will cover math strategies and involve real world problem solving to apply principles to
    everyday life. To read more and to access placement tests, go to teachingtextbooks.com
    Course Expectations:
    Students are expected to complete assigned reading material and lessons prior to class.
    Students will keep a notebook in which to log their assignments, show their calculation work, and
    keep notes and handouts from class. Students will bring to class any questions from that weeks’
    assignments. Keeping up with assignments will enable students to participate in group
    discussions & class activities and be fully prepared to dig deeper into upcoming math concepts.
    Textbooks & Materials:
    Teaching Textbooks Online Subscription (OR TT Math Book and CDs-Content is the same)
    Notebook – 1 inch binder with Notebook Paper, Pencils

  • Robotics – EV3 Rocket Science (4+)

    Each team of two students discover and explore advanced machines which combine and  group simple machines for the best mechanical advantage for each project. The class will complete several team challenges using our laptops and tablets to code the Mindstorm EV3 platform, LEGO Technic elements, and several interactive sensors. Each team challenge will allow beginners and LEGO Masters to learn and develop knowledge and confidence in problem solving.

  • Math Pre-Algebra

    Math, Instructor: Kim Holt

    Course Description:
    Teaching Textbooks is an award winning homeschool math curriculum and it just got even better!
    Recently, version 3.0 (online subscription option) has been released. No more purchasing and
    lugging around books and CDs! This curriculum is engaging and fun for the student! The lessons
    are taught in a fun interactive way and include sample problems, review problems, and immediate
    feedback. Parents enjoy the automatic grading and permanent grade book storage. During class
    on Friday, we will spend a few minutes reviewing the previous week and answering any questions.
    Then, we will go through the concepts that will be covered in the upcoming week. We will take
    notes, practice problems together, and use activities and games to practice new concepts. The
    course will cover math strategies and involve real world problem solving to apply principles to
    everyday life. To read more and to access placement tests, go to teachingtextbooks.com
    Course Expectations:
    Students are expected to complete assigned reading material and lessons prior to class.
    Students will keep a notebook in which to log their assignments, show their calculation work, and
    keep notes and handouts from class. Students will bring to class any questions from that weeks’
    assignments. Keeping up with assignments will enable students to participate in group
    discussions & class activities and be fully prepared to dig deeper into upcoming math concepts.
    Textbooks & Materials:
    Teaching Textbooks Online Subscription (OR TT Math Book and CDs-Content is the same)
    Notebook – 1 inch binder with Notebook Paper, Pencils

  • Teaching the Classics (6th – 8th)
  • Science in the Ancient World (5-7)

    Science in the Ancient World is a hands-on, multilevel elementary science series that introduces scientific concepts using history as its guide. Because each lesson is built around an activity or experiment, it is engaging for all K-6 students. The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. Because the course covers science as it was developed (and all the parents say amen!), it covers a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion. Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

    Students will read their lesson during the week and participate in a class discussion and science experiments based upon their weekly reading. Science has never been more fun and understandable then through Jay Wile’s Science in the Ancient World as students walk through science based upon history.  They will learn right along with the scientists who made these great discoveries, beautifully weaving the tapestry of science and history. Some of the great discoveries of early natural philosophy and science that are studied will be the brilliant minds of Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Plato, Aristotle, Archimedes & others.  Enter a time capsule with us as we go back to early civilizations and discover science in the ancient world.

  • Speech and Debate (4th+)
  • French (4-8)
  • Guitar – Beginner

    Has your child ever had a desire to learn how to play guitar? These group lessons will consist of intentional music education based around the philosophies of music theory. By the end of the course, your student will be comfortable reading music, playing music, and reading chord charts in order to play songs that everyone can enjoy.

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Mystery of History: Early Church to Middle Ages (6th-7th)

    From games, hands on timelines and captivating stories found in historical fiction, this class will explore history from the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press.

    The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God’s working in history beginning with Pentecost, the persecution of the early church, Josephus and his historical writings and the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Some of the highlights students will follow through their study of the timeline of history will be the buried city of Pompeii, the Golden Age of India, St. Patrick: Missionary to Ireland, life in the Dark Ages, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table, the birth of Islam, the Epic of Beowulf, the study of Japan’s Shoguns, Charlemagne, the Vikings & Leif Ericson’s discovery of the Americas, William the Conqueror, the early crusades, the Jews of the Middle Ages and the Aztecs.  Volume 2 of the Mystery of History continues on through the Hundred Year’s War and the Black Death of Europe, the Ming Dynasty of China, Joan of Arc and a look into the Ottoman people, concluding the year with Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press.   Let history come to life as we explore the mystery of history from the early church through the middle ages.

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

  • Art 4+

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

Grades Varsity

  • Math Algebra 1

    Math, Instructor: Kim Holt

    Course Description:
    Teaching Textbooks is an award winning homeschool math curriculum and it just got even better!
    Recently, version 3.0 (online subscription option) has been released. No more purchasing and
    lugging around books and CDs! This curriculum is engaging and fun for the student! The lessons
    are taught in a fun interactive way and include sample problems, review problems, and immediate
    feedback. Parents enjoy the automatic grading and permanent grade book storage. During class
    on Friday, we will spend a few minutes reviewing the previous week and answering any questions.
    Then, we will go through the concepts that will be covered in the upcoming week. We will take
    notes, practice problems together, and use activities and games to practice new concepts. The
    course will cover math strategies and involve real world problem solving to apply principles to
    everyday life. To read more and to access placement tests, go to teachingtextbooks.com
    Course Expectations:
    Students are expected to complete assigned reading material and lessons prior to class.
    Students will keep a notebook in which to log their assignments, show their calculation work, and
    keep notes and handouts from class. Students will bring to class any questions from that weeks’
    assignments. Keeping up with assignments will enable students to participate in group
    discussions & class activities and be fully prepared to dig deeper into upcoming math concepts.
    Textbooks & Materials:
    Teaching Textbooks Online Subscription (OR TT Math Book and CDs-Content is the same)
    Notebook – 1 inch binder with Notebook Paper, Pencils

  • Supply Fee – Varsity Science
  • Robotics – EV3 Rocket Science (4+)

    Each team of two students discover and explore advanced machines which combine and  group simple machines for the best mechanical advantage for each project. The class will complete several team challenges using our laptops and tablets to code the Mindstorm EV3 platform, LEGO Technic elements, and several interactive sensors. Each team challenge will allow beginners and LEGO Masters to learn and develop knowledge and confidence in problem solving.

  • Biology

    Biology with de Oliveira 

    Class is 1.5 hours long: (12-1:25 PM)

  • Math Pre-Algebra

    Math, Instructor: Kim Holt

    Course Description:
    Teaching Textbooks is an award winning homeschool math curriculum and it just got even better!
    Recently, version 3.0 (online subscription option) has been released. No more purchasing and
    lugging around books and CDs! This curriculum is engaging and fun for the student! The lessons
    are taught in a fun interactive way and include sample problems, review problems, and immediate
    feedback. Parents enjoy the automatic grading and permanent grade book storage. During class
    on Friday, we will spend a few minutes reviewing the previous week and answering any questions.
    Then, we will go through the concepts that will be covered in the upcoming week. We will take
    notes, practice problems together, and use activities and games to practice new concepts. The
    course will cover math strategies and involve real world problem solving to apply principles to
    everyday life. To read more and to access placement tests, go to teachingtextbooks.com
    Course Expectations:
    Students are expected to complete assigned reading material and lessons prior to class.
    Students will keep a notebook in which to log their assignments, show their calculation work, and
    keep notes and handouts from class. Students will bring to class any questions from that weeks’
    assignments. Keeping up with assignments will enable students to participate in group
    discussions & class activities and be fully prepared to dig deeper into upcoming math concepts.
    Textbooks & Materials:
    Teaching Textbooks Online Subscription (OR TT Math Book and CDs-Content is the same)
    Notebook – 1 inch binder with Notebook Paper, Pencils

  • Varsity Lunch

    Lunch

  • Physical Science (8-9) Varsity

    Physical Science with de Oliveira 

    Class is 1.5 hours long: (10-11:30 AM)

  • Teaching the Classics (6th – 8th)
  • Speech and Debate (4th+)
  • French (4-8)
  • Guitar – Beginner

    Has your child ever had a desire to learn how to play guitar? These group lessons will consist of intentional music education based around the philosophies of music theory. By the end of the course, your student will be comfortable reading music, playing music, and reading chord charts in order to play songs that everyone can enjoy.

  • Choir

    It is said that when people sing together, their heart rates become synchronized. Singing in a choir is incomparable to any other group experience due to the emotional connection each singer will bring to the table and to each other. By the end of the fall, our choral community will be extremely close-knit and will truly fall in love with the art form of choral singing. The classes each week will begin with variations of ear training, rhythmic training, melodic training, and sight singing exercises. We will then move into rehearsing our repertoire for our Fall and Spring concerts. Students will gain a plethora of music reading skills and be able to hold their own in a choir of mixed voices. Each of the concerts are sure to be an exciting time for both the singers and families!

  • Dance

    Come explore the beauty and fun of dance in this semester’s new class! Dancers will learn traditional steps and terminology while they work on flexibility, alignment, musicality and choreography. During this course we will explore many styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and musical theater/broadway while also learning about each styles history.  Incorporating imagery and creative movement will also give the dancers moments to express themselves in their own unique way of moving. Dancers will learn a dance to perform during an informal showing at the end of the semester! 

    Supplies needed: comfortable clothes to move in. Ballet shoes optional but encouraged. 

  • Bowmen Sports Academy P.E.
    Bowmen Sports Homeschool Physical Education is a 55 minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun, learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study includes sport specific drills and games, including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play.  We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball, wallball and capture the flag.
  • Art

    Art has been a medium through which people have not only documented, but also shaped history, science and society—both past and future. A culture’s art gives us a peak into civilizations through the ages: Insights into their world, clothing, food, what they love and most valued, their education, homes and habits. Through art based on history, cultures and geography, students gain an easily graspable reference, while at the same time giving fuel for the imagination and creativity. During this year we will be exploring various works of art based on the timeline of history from Christ & the early church through the Middle Ages. Our week to week focus will correspond with the countries being studied History as we classically walk through the timeline of 33AD through the dark ages, concluding with the end of the Middle Ages. Each week will be exciting and unique, as we travel the world together learning about the elements and fundamentals of art, while working on art projects that bring each child into various cultures around God’s amazing world.

  • Study Hall

    Study Hall is $100 Per Student Per Period Per Year

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