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Typical course list for Grade 9.  Appropriate for Grades 8 – 11.

SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

Church History IIIB (CH3-B)

U.S. Hist & Geogr I (US1-B) 

American Literature (AL1-B) 

Earth Science (ERT-B) 

Composition I (CM1-B) w/English Mechanics*

Algebra I

Physical Education (PHE-B)

Catholic Apologetics (CAP-B)

U.S. Hist & Geogr II (US2-B) 

Art & Music (AR2-B)

Introductory Physics (IPH-B)

Composition II (CM2-B) w/English Mechanics*  

Algebra I*

Language Study

*Placement determined through skills assessment.

 

Primary Course Materials

 

RELIGION

Church History IIIB (CH3-B)   [Semester 1]

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Catholic Apologetics (CAP-B)   [Semester 2]

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SOCIAL STUDIES / HISTORY

U.S. Hist & Geogr I (US1-B)   [Semester 1]

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U.S. Hist & Geogr II (US2-B)   [Semester 2]

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LITERATURE

American Literature (AL1-B)   [Semester 1]

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FINE ARTS

Art Prac & Apprec (AR3-B)   [Semester 2]

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SCIENCE

Earth Science (ERT-B)   [Semester 1]

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Introductory Physics (IPH-B)   [Semester 2]

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LANGUAGES

Language Study   [Semester 2]

High school students are to complete at least four semesters in Latin, Italian, German, French, or Spanish.

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Physical Education (PHE-B)

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ELECTIVES

High School Orientation 

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LANGUAGE ARTS

Writing, grammar, punctuation, spelling, vocabulary, and handwriting placement determined through the skills assessment and discussion with teaching-parent.

Composition I (CM1-B)   [Semester 1]

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Composition II (CM2-B)   [Semester 2]

 

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English Mechanics   [Semester 1 and 2]

 

MATHEMATICS

Math placement determined through the skills assessment and discussion with teaching-parent.  St. Thomas Aquinas Academy regularly uses Saxon, Jacobs Algebra, Jacobs Geometry, and Math U See.  VideoText, Teaching Textbook, and community college courses also accepted.

Algebra I   [Semester 1 and 2]

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