Class Offerings  2021-22

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Spanish Language
Spanish language is a valuable skill for the workplace, for college preparation, and for enjoyment!  Classes are offered at beginning and advancing levels  for middle and high school students, with both conversational and grammatical emphasis.
Online
     Beginners--- middle and high school Introductory Spanish
      Advancing Levels

In Person
     High School Spanish I, II, III, IV
    (first year beginners through advanced Spanish - Wednesdays,
    September through May, in 3 10-week sessions)
     
 
English Composition & Literature

                    Writing is an essential skill; give your student the benefit of a writing class                        this school year! 

                    High School Writing Workshops are 10-week, online  classes.

                    Beginning Writers - for 8th graders and above with little or no formal                                writing experience, begins with the necessary grammar for building great                        sentences and paragraphs, moving to reports and essays. Students are                              guided through the writing process to gain experience and confidence in                          writing for high school. 
                    Tuesdays, 1-2p.m. Sept. - November
                   High School Writing - teaching skills for a variety of high school writing                             assignments -- summaries, book reviews, expository and persuasive essays,                     the personal narrative, and the essay question response   
                   Fridays, 10-11a.m. Sept - November;  Tuesdays, 1-2p.m. January - March
                  Research Paper - students will be led through the process of  selecting a                            topic, finding and utilizing good source materials, organizing their research,                    writing a high-quality research paper in the MLA format, and presenting                          their research to the class.
                  Fridays, 10-11a.m. January - March
 
                 Writing about Literature - Students will read an important novel, analyze and                   respond to the work through short and longer essays.  
                 Fridays, 10-11a.m. March-May
                Creative Writing - For the student who thinks creatively and wants to write!                      Poetry, short fiction, and personal narratives.
                Tuesdays, 1-2p.m. March - May
                  Literature classes for understanding and appreciation:    
                  Classic Novels - This is a one-semester course which guides students in                            deepening their understanding and appreciation of the novel and its ability                      to create worlds and to develop our understanding, imagination, and                                  empathy. Students will be provided with ample opportunity both to discuss                      and write about their views and learning.
 

                   World Literature  -  1 year course

                   American Literature - 1 year course

                   Classic Novels  -  1 semester course

                   Shakespeare   -  quarter course

                

HIGh-Touch, personalized Classes

Class sizes are small, no more than 12 students per class,  so that each student gets individual attention  and connection with the teacher.