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20Spr_Morrow_IntroComSci_MW1000_HS

This is Part Two of a two-part course.

Class Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, January 6 to April 15, 2020. (No class January 22 for the March For Life, February 26 for Ash Wednesday, April 6, or April 8 for Holy Week.)

Total Classes: 26

Starting Time Section: 10:00 AM Eastern (9:00 Central; 8:00 Mountain; 7:00 Pacific)

Duration: 50 minutes

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Science, Part One. The ability to acquire the required software/applications (see Course Materials section).

Suggested Grade Level: 7th to 12th grade

Suggested Credit: 1 full semester Computer Science

Fee: $217 if you register on or before November 15, 2019. $237 after Nov. 15 for all 26 classes. ($257 after December 29)

Instructor: Margaret Morrow, Ph.D.

Course Description: This is part two of an entry-level course, which is designed to expose students to what computer scientists do on a daily basis. In the second part of the course, the focus shifts to learning how to program within the context of visual arts. Students will create interactive and visual work such as photographs, drawings, and animations through writing software. By the end of the class, students will be able to discern whether or not further programming courses such as AP Computer Science A Java Programming would be a good fit for them.

Course Outline:

  • Week 1: Introduction to Processing

  • Week 2: Drawing and Color

  • Week 3: Variables

  • Week 4: Flow and Interactivity

  • Week 5: Repetition and Unit Project

  • Week 6: Text and Typography

  • Week 7: Images and Transformations

  • Week 8: Vertices, Shapes, and 3D

  • Week 9: Unit Project, Calculations, Randomness

  • Week 10: Time, Motion, Functions

  • Week 11: Objects, Arrays

  • Week 12: Animation, Interfaces

  • Week 13: Cumulative Project

Course Materials: Course materials include: Open Processing (web based) or  Processing (offline).

Textbook – Processing A Programming Handbook for Visual Designers and Artists

  • ISBN-13: 9780262028288 which is available from Amazon.  We suggest purchasing used, sites such as bookfinder.com may assist you in this process.


Homework: All assignments will be appropriate for a Catholic homeschool environment. All assignments are given and graded by the instructor. Students will also collaborate with fellow students and mentor them when needed so as to reinforce their knowledge by helping others. Students can expect 2 to 5 hours of time per week (outside of class time) dedicated to homework. Regular feedback will be provided to the students and their parents to ensure that all are aware of the progress being made throughout the course.

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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 10:00 AM
Ends Ends: 4/15/2020 11:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 26
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Status Status: 11 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 28 seats
20Spr_OBrien_Narnia_M100_HS

This is Part Two of a two-part course.

This course is offered in two versions, one designed for middle school and one designed for high school students.

Total Classes: 13

Class Dates: Mondays from Jan. 6 to April 13, 2020. (No class Feb. 24 or April 6.)

Starting Time: 1:00 PM Eastern (Noon Central: 11:00 Mountain; 10:00 Pacific)

Duration: 55 minutes

Prerequisite: The Chronicles of Narnia; Part One

Suggested Grade Level: 9th to 12th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester Literature, Modern Literature, or English

Fee: Before Nov. 15th $177/ After Nov. 15th$197/ After Dec. 30th $217

Instructor: Kevin O’Brien

Course Description: This is a continuation of The Chronicles of Narnia- Part One, which is a prerequisite for this course, unless arrangements have been made with the instructor. The Chronicles of Narnia is a masterpiece of Christian children’s literature. We will read all seven books in the series over a two semester period, discovering the Christian themes and examining character development and symbolism. This will be an exciting class with fun reading that will strengthen your faith!

Course Outline:

  1. The Silver Chair - Chapters 1-8 (double reading during Christmas break)

  2. The Silver Chair - Chapters 9-12

  3. The Silver Chair - Chapters 13-16

  4. The Horse and his Boy - Chapters 1-5

  5. The Horse and his Boy - Chapters 6-10

  6. The Horse and his Boy - Chapters 11-15

  7. The Magician’s Nephew - Chapters 1-5

  8. The Magician’s Nephew - Chapters 6-10

  9. The Magician’s Nephew - Chapters 11-15

  10. The Last Battle - Chapters 1-4

  11. The Last Battle - Chapters 5-8

  12. The Last Battle - Chapters 9-12

  13. The Last Battle - Chapters 13-16

Course Materials: The Chronicles of Narnia, any edition

Homework: Four to five chapters of each book will be read per week and discussed in class the following week. There will be a weekly quiz to make sure students are keeping up with the reading. The reading should take no more than two hours per week.

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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 1:00 PM
Ends Ends: 4/13/2020 2:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 13
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Status Status: 9 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 29 seats
20Spr_OBrien_Narnia_M230_MS

NOTE: This is Part Two of a two-part course.

This course is offered in two versions, one designed for middle school and one designed for high school students. This middle school course is offered at two different time segments. Choose the one most convenient for you.

Total Classes: 13

Class Dates:

Mondays, Jan. 6 to April 13, 2020. (No class Feb. 24 or April 6)


Starting Times:

Mondays, 2:30 PM Eastern (1:30 Central; 12:30 Mountain; 11:30 Pacific)


Duration: 45 minutes

Prerequisite: The Chronicles of Narnia, Part One

Suggested Grade Level: 6th to 8th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester Literature, Modern Literature, or English

Fee: Before Nov. 15th $177/After Nov. 15th $197/ After Dec. 30th $217

Instructor: Kevin O’Brien

Course Description: This is a continuation of The Chronicles of Narnia- Part One, which is a prerequisite for this course, unless arrangements have been made with the instructor.  The Chronicles of Narnia is a masterpiece of Christian children’s literature.  We will read all seven books in the series over a two semester period, discovering the Christian themes and examining character development and symbolism.  This will be an exciting class with fun reading that will strengthen your faith!

Course Outline:

  1. The Silver Chair - Chapters 1-8 (double reading during Christmas break)

  2. The Silver Chair - Chapters 9-12

  3. The Silver Chair - Chapters 13-16

  4. The Horse and his Boy - Chapters 1-5

  5. The Horse and his Boy - Chapters 6-10

  6. The Horse and his Boy - Chapters 11-15

  7. The Magician’s Nephew - Chapters 1-5

  8. The Magician’s Nephew - Chapters 6-10

  9. The Magician’s Nephew - Chapters 11-15

  10. The Last Battle - Chapters 1-4

  11. The Last Battle - Chapters 5-8

  12. The Last Battle - Chapters 9-12

  13. The Last Battle - Chapters 13-16

Course Materials: The Chronicles of Narnia, any edition

Homework: Four to five chapters of each book will be read per week and discussed in class the following week.  There will be a weekly quiz to make sure students are keeping up with the reading. The reading should take no more than two hours per week.

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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 2:30 PM
Ends Ends: 4/13/2020 3:15 PM
Sessions Sessions: 13
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Class Size Class size: 29 seats
20Spr_Mladinich_Writing9-3_M1130_HS

“What Courses Should My Student Take?”

-- To help determine the best writing courses for your students(s), please go to the Table of Contents at the front of this catalog and view the “Aquinas Writing Advantage Scope and Sequence.”

-- You may also take the Aquinas Writing Advantage Writing Evaluations found on the website at https://homeschoolconnectionsonline.com/writing-evaluations.

-- For personal assistance, feel free to email homeschoolconnections@gmail.com at any time.

-- Choose from five scheduled time slots to take this course during the Spring Semester.

-- This is Part Two of a two-part course and a continuation of the 9-Level Series Courses. Take the Essentials 2 and Simplified 2 courses together this semester, to receive one full semester of credit (14 weeks of classes).

Total Classes: 6

Class Dates and Starting Times:

Mondays, 11:30 AM Eastern (10:30 Central; 9:30 Mountain; 8:30 Pacific)

January 6 to February 10, 2020



Duration: 55 minutes

Prerequisite: Required: High School Simplified Writing 1: Strong Foundational Writing Skills (HS 9-2). Exceptions are granted only with written permission from the instructor or a passing assessment from the Aquinas Writing Advantage writing evaluation (https://homeschoolconnectionsonline.com/writing-evaluations).

Suggested Grade Level: 9th grade; however, all students are welcome if they have the prerequisite.

Suggested Credit: ½ semester Writing or English. Combine with High School Simplified Writing 1 for a full semester credit.

Fee: $99 on or before November 15, 2019. $119 after Nov. 15 for all 6 classes. ($139 after December 28)

Instructors: Lisa Mladinich

Course Description: This is an essential writing course for all high school students! Make sure you have the critical high school writing foundations in place for writing well-crafted sentences and paragraphs—including the absolute “must-have” knowledge, review, and practice for the use of nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and prepositional phrases, and compound sentence structures, as well as transitions and connectives, the use of quoted material, summary, and paraphrase. Even if your student has learned foundational concepts before, the approach in this class is to use high school vocabulary and structures that are more complex – for exactly what’s needed for upper-level writing. From mastering the details that are holding your student back from writing well to providing much-needed practice, help your student perfect his or her essential tools for high school writing.

Course Outline:

  • Class 1: Using strong nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in well-constructed sentences

  • Class 2: Capitalization, punctuation, and using quotation marks in dialogue and academic writing; prepositions and prepositional phrases

  • Class 3: Linear writing, transitions, and connectives in sentences and paragraphs

  • Class 4: Writing with summary and paraphrase

  • Class 5: Answering essay questions: structure, form, and content 1

  • Class 6: Answering essay questions: structure, form, and content 2

Course Materials: All materials are provided FREE in the course. Your student will need Word 2007 or later version or the ability to convert a document to a Word-compatible document. Email us if you need assistance.

Homework: Estimated three to five hours per week for homework outside of class time, depending on the student’s ability. Writing assignments graded by the instructor.


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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 11:30 AM
Ends Ends: 2/10/2020 12:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 6
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Class Size Class size: 29 seats
20Spr_Dea_Latin_M700_MS

This is Part Two of a two-part course. Students are welcomed to join us midyear if seats are available. There is no prerequisite.

Total Classes: 12

Class Dates: Mondays, January 6  to March 30, 2020. (No class February 24)

Starting Time: 7:00 PM Eastern (6:00 Central; 5:00 Mountain; 4:00 Pacific)

Duration: 45 minutes

Prerequisite: None

Suggested Grade Level: 7th to 8th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester Language or Latin

Fee: Before Nov. 15th $157/After Nov. 15th $177/ After Dec. 30th $197

Instructor: Ms. Hannah Dea

Course Description: Students will be introduced to basic Latin grammar and vocabulary through fun activities and homework assignments. They will also be encouraged to use certain online resources to help them develop good study habits. This course will prepare students for Beginning Latin. Materials will be supplied free by the instructor. We will explore both Classical and Ecclesiastical pronunciations.

Course Outline:

  • Week One: Welcome and Review

  • Week Two: Pronunciation and Grammar Nominative and Accusative

  • Week Three: Dative Case

  • Week Four: The Genitive Case and State Motto

  • Week Five: The Ablative Case

  • Week Six: Vocative Case & State Motto

  • Week Seven: Abbreviations

  • Week Eight: Abbreviations Continued

  • Week Nine: Verbs

  • Week Ten: Verbs Continued

  • Week Eleven: Adjectives, Review Games

  • Week Twelve: Review

Course Materials: Latin dictionary with both a Latin to English as well as an English to Latin section (such as the New College Latin and English Dictionary, ISBN #0877205612, http://amzn.to/2FLBwDS). A working microphone is required for this course. No online dictionaries, please. All other course materials provided free by the instructor.)

Homework: Students will spend 1-2 hours on average per week on their homework in addition to classroom time. This course is project-based and will not have as much emphasis on quizzes or exams as the high school Latin courses.


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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 7:00 PM
Ends Ends: 3/30/2020 7:45 PM
Sessions Sessions: 12
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Status Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 28 seats
20Spr_Nardozzi_MSMath1_M1000_MS

Total Classes: 14 live classes + 7 recorded video lessons

Class Dates: Mondays, January 6 to April 20, 2020. (No class February 24 or April 13.)

Starting Time: 10:00 AM Eastern (9:00 Central; 8:00 Mountain; 7:00 Pacific)

Duration: 55 minutes

Prerequisite: 1 semester of 6th grade level math

Suggested Grade Level: 6th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester Math

Fee: $205 if you register on or before November 15, 2019. $225 after Nov. 15 for all 14 classes. ($245 after Dec. 28)

Instructor: Emily Nardozzi

Course Description: Middle School Math 1 covers fractions, decimals, integers, data analysis, algebraic expressions and equations, functions and inequalities, using formulas, and surface area and volume in a way that will be easy to understand and will provide a strong foundation for the coming math courses.

Course Outline:

  • Week One: 8.1 – 8.3: Integers, Adding and Subtracting Integers

  • Week Two:  8.4 – 8.6: Multiplying and Dividing Integers, The Coordinate Plane

  • Week Three: 9.1 – 9.3: Properties, Solving Addition and Subtraction Equations

  • Week Four:  9.4 – 9.5: Solving Multiplication and Two-Step Equations

  • Week Five: 9.6 – 9.7: Functions and Graphing Functions

  • Week Six:  10.1 – 10.3: Ratios, Solving Proportions, Scale Drawings and Models

  • Week Seven:  10.4 – 10.6: Percents, Fractions, and Decimals

  • Week Eight:  10.7: Percent of a Number

  • Week Nine:  11.1: Theoretical Probability

  • Week Ten:  11.2, 11.4: Outcomes, Probability and Area

  • Week Eleven:  12.1 – 12.3: Length, Capacity, and Weight in the Customary System, Length in Metric System

  • Week Twelve:  12.4 – 12.5: Mass and Capacity in the Metric System, Changing Metric Units

  • Week Thirteen:  14.1 – 14.3: Area of Parallelograms, Triangles, and Circles

  • Week Fourteen: Review

Course Materials: Mathematics: Applications and Concepts, Course 1, Student Edition (Glencoe Mathematics), 2006 Edition (ISBN-13: 978-0078652530 / ISBN-10: 0078652537)

Homework: Three to four lessons per week with 10-20 homework problems per lesson, 2 short quizzes per week, and a chapter test approximately every other week.

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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 10:00 AM
Ends Ends: 4/20/2020 11:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 14
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Status Status: 26 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 28 seats
20Spr_Nardozzi_MSMath2_M100_MS

Total Classes: 14 live classes + pre-recorded video lessons

Class Dates: Mondays, January 6 to April 20, 2020. (No class February 24 or April 13.)

Starting Time: 1:00 PM Eastern (Noon Central; 11:00 Mountain; 10:00 Pacific)

Duration: 55 minute

Prerequisite: One semester of a 7th grade math course

Suggested Grade Level: 7th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester Math

Fee: $205 if you register on or before November 15, 2019. $225 after Nov. 15 for all 14 classes. ($245 after Dec. 28)

Instructor: Emily Nardozzi

Course Description: Middle School Math 2 covers many of the same topics as Middle School Math 1, but each topic is discussed more in depth and with more application. We will still be doing a lot of work with fractions, decimals, integers, data analysis, algebraic expressions and equations, functions and inequalities, using formulas, and surface area and volume. We will add to this list ratios and proportions and more applications of fractions and percentages. This course is designed to prepare students for Pre-Algebra.

Course Outline:

  • Weeks 1 – 3: Ratios and Proportions: Ratios, Rates, Algebra- Solving Proportions, Geometry – Scale Drawings, Fractions, Decimals, and Percents, Percent Proportion

  • Weeks 4 – 5: Applying Percent: Percent and Estimation, Algebra: The Percent Equation, Statistics: Using Statistics to Predict, Percent of Change, Sales Tax and Discount, Simple Interest

  • Week 6: Probability: Simple Events, Tree Diagrams, The Fundamental Counting Principle

  • Weeks  7 – 10 : Geometry: Angles, Making Circle Graphs, Angle Relationships, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Similar Figures, Polygons, Translations, Reflections

  • Weeks 11 – 13 Geometry: Measuring Two-Dimensional Figures: Squares and square roots, Estimating Square Roots, The Pythagorean Theorem, Area of Parallelograms, Area of Triangles and Trapezoids, Area of Circles, Perimeter and Area, Circles and Circumference

  • Week 14: Review

Course Materials: Mathematics: Applications and Concepts, Course 2, Student Edition, 1st edition (ISBN-13: 978-0078652639 / ISBN-10: 0078652634)

Homework:  There will be 2-4 lessons per week with 10-20 homework problems per lesson, 1 short quizz per week, and approximately one chapter test every other week. Homework should take about an hour each week. Each lesson’s homework assignment should take about 20 minutes.  Homework assignments should not all be done at the same time but should be spread out over a few days.

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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 1:00 PM
Ends Ends: 4/20/2020 2:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 14
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Status Status: 22 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 28 seats
20Spr_NicholsonE_Middlemarch_M230_HS

Maximum Number of Students: 12. Register early!


Total Classes: 6 weeks of classes (Students can also sign up for an optional literary essay with 6 weeks to complete)

Class Dates: Mondays, January 6 to February 10, 2020

Starting Time: 2:30 PM Eastern (1:30 Central; 12:30 Mountain; 11:30 Pacific)

Duration: 55 minutes.

Prerequisite: Has attended at least one Literature Class previously. Read Book I of Middlemarch before Class 1.

Suggested Grade Level: 11-12.

Suggested Credit: 1/2 semester Literature or Victorian Literature.

Fee: Before Nov. 15th $97/ After Nov. 15th $117/ After Dec. 30th $137

Instructor: Eleanor Bourg Nicholson.

Course Description: Encounter the vast complexity of one of the greatest novels of English literary history. In George Eliot’s Middlemarch, A Study of Provincial Life (1871-2) we will delve into a wide range of historical issues, such as the status of women in society, the nature of marriage, humanism and idealism, religion, political reform, developments in industry, medicine, and education—all through the lens of the eventful and socially tumultuous English 1830s. In addition to cultivating artistic appreciation and a love of reading, this class facilitates the development of critical reasoning, the disciplined use of the imagination, and a strong knowledge of historical and literary context.

Course Outline:

  • Week 1: Introduction, Middlemarch, Book I.

  • Week 2: Introduction, Middlemarch, Books II-III.

  • Week 3: Introduction, Middlemarch, Book IV-V.

  • Week 4: Introduction, Middlemarch, Book VI.

  • Week 5: Introduction, Middlemarch, Book VII.

  • Week 6: Introduction, Middlemarch, Book VIII.

Course Materials: (Penguin, Oxford, or Dover editions recommended; other editions accepted)

  • George Eliot’s Middlemarch

Homework: 3 hours reading per week, 1 identification quiz per week; miscellaneous small assignments. A literary-critical writing project opportunity is available for extra credit.


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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 2:30 PM
Ends Ends: 2/10/2020 3:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 6
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Class Size Class size: 12 seats
20Spr_Morrow_FinancialAlgebra_MW100_HS

This is Part Two of a two-part course.

This course only takes 25 students.

Total Classes: 28 (meets twice a week for 15 weeks)

Class Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 6 to April 22nd, 2020. (No class January 22 for the March For Life, February 26th for Ash Wednesday, April 6, or April 8 for Holy Week.)

Starting Time: 1:00 PM Eastern (12:00 Central; 11:00 Mountain; 10:00 Pacific)

Duration: 50 minutes

Prerequisite: One year of High School Algebra, and a general familiarity with computers.

Suggested Grade Level: 10th to 12th grade

Suggested High School Credit: 1 semester Math or Financial Algebra

Fee: $237 if you register on or before November 15, 2019. $257 after Nov. 15 for all 26 classes. ($277 after December 29)

Instructor:  Margaret Morrow, Ph.D.

Course Description: This year-long course teaches practical financial skills in a Catholic context.  Students will be able to use what they’ve learned both right away and throughout their lives.  Not only will it help students to become good financial stewards, but it serves as an ideal class for 3rd or 4th year math students. The course can serve a practical purpose for accelerated math students, and as a core math class for students planning on non-science and engineering based careers after high school.   Additionally, many school districts award “personal financial literacy” credit for this course. Students learn to apply Algebra 1 concepts to everyday personal finance situations, providing both financial training and math exercises to prepare for college placement exams.  Financial Algebra encourages students to be actively involved in applying mathematical ideas to everyday life topics such as credit, banking insurance, the stock market, independent living, running a business, and more!

Course Outline:

  • Unit 1 - Automobiles

    • Week 1: Buying and Selling a Car

    • Week 2: Insurance and Depreciation

    • Week 3:  Driving, Safety, and Accident Prevention

  • Unit 2 - Employment

    • Week 4: Paycheck Calculations

    • Week 5: Benefits and Deductions

  • Unit 3 - Taxes

    • Week 6: Tax Tables, Worksheets, and Schedules

    • Week 7: Income Statements, 1040EZ and 1040A

  • Unit 4 - Independent Living

    • Week 8: Finding a Place to Live

    • Week 9: Mortgages

  • Unit 5 - Retirement

    • Week 10: Saving for Retirement

    • Week 11: Sources of Income and Investments

  • Unit 6 - Budgeting

    • Week 12: Utility Bills

    • Week 13: Charting and Cash Flow

    • Week 14: Simulation

    • Week 15: Final

Course Materials: access to either Google Sheets, Open Office, or Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets;

Textbook - Financial Algebra: Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications

Homework:  Assignments, unit quizzes, and applied unit projects will provide students with hands-on practice using the tools of finance.  Daily practice is important to apply and master the concepts. A daily schedule will be provided to guide student learning. Students can expect to spend .5 - 2 hours a day 5 days per week on their assignments.


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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 1:00 PM
Ends Ends: 4/22/2020 2:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 28
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Status Status: 11 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 25 seats
20Spr_Nardozzi_PreAlgebra_M530_MS

Total Classes: 14 live classes + recorded video lessons

Class Dates: Mondays, January 6 to April 20, 2020. (No class February 24 or April 13.)

Starting Time: 5:30 PM Eastern (4:30 Central; 3:30 Mountain; 2:30 Pacific)

Duration: 55 minute

Prerequisite: One semester Math or Pre-Algebra

Suggested Grade Level: 8th grade

Suggested Credit: 1 full semester of math

Fee: $205 if you register on or before November 15, 2019. $225 after Nov. 15 for all 14 classes. ($245 after Dec. 28)

Instructor: Emily Nardozzi

Course Description: Pre-Algebra is a course designed to prepare students for Algebra 1. We will spend time performing basic operations on integers and rational numbers, as well as work on solving one and two-step equations with both integers and rational numbers. This course also covers real numbers and the Pythagorean theorem, proportions, algebra, geometry, percentages, area and volume, probability, statistics, inequalities, and linear functions.

Course Outline:

  • Week One:  6.1 - 6.2: Line and Angle Relationships, Triangles and Angles

  • Week Two:  6.3 - 6.4: Special Right Triangles, Classifying Quadrilaterals

  • Week Three:  6.5 – 6.6: Congruent Polygons, Symmetry

  • Week Four:  6.7 - 6.8: Reflections, Translations

  • Week Five:  7.1 – 7.3: Area of Parallelograms, Triangles, Trapezoids and Complex Figures, Circumference and Area of Circles

  • Week Six:  7.5 – 7.6: Volume of Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids, and Cones

  • Week Seven:  7.7 – 7.8: Surface Area of Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids, and Cones

  • Week Eight:  10.1 – 10.3: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions, Solving and Write Two-Step Equations

  • Week Nine:  10.4 – 10.5: Solving Equations with Variables on Each Side, Inequalities

  • Week Ten:  10.6 – 10.7: Solving Inequalities by Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, or Dividing

  • Week Eleven:  11.1 – 11.2: Sequences, Functions

  • Week Twelve:  11.3 – 11.4: Graphing Linear Functions, The Slope Formula

  • Week Thirteen:  11.6 – 11.8: Scatter Plots, Graphing Systems of Equations and Linear Inequalities

  • Week Fourteen:  Review

Course Materials: Mathematics: Applications and Concepts, Course 3, Student Edition (Glencoe Mathematics), 2005 Edition (ISBN-10: 0078668514 / ISBN-13: 978-0078668517)

Homework:  There will be two to four lessons per week with 15-20 homework problems per lesson, one short quiz per week, and a chapter test approximately every other week.  Each lesson’s homework assignment will take around 30 minutes.


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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 5:30 PM
Ends Ends: 4/20/2020 6:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 14
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Status Status: 21 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 28 seats
20Spr_Hoeft_AdvMath_M1000_HS

This is Part Two of a two-part course. Students are welcomed to join us midyear if they meet the prerequisite. Email us if you are unsure.

Total Classes: 14 live classes plus 14 recorded classes.

Class Dates: Mondays, January 6 to April 20, 2020. No class February 24 or April 13.

Starting Time: 10:00 AM Eastern (9:00 Central; 8:00 Mountain; 7:00 Pacific)

Duration: 55 minutes for live classes. 30 minutes for recorded classes.

Prerequisite: Algebra II and Geometry (available Live or through Unlimited Access)

Suggested Grade Level: 11th to 12th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester Math

Fee: $220 if you register on or before November 16, 2019 $240 after November 15 for all 14 live and 14 recorded classes. ($260 after January 6)

Instructor: Jean Hoeft, MA

Course Description: We will explore all the algebraic and trigonometric concepts; both linear and nonlinear plus functions, complex numbers, and concepts involving trigonometry, and polar coordinates. This course will fulfill requirements for Pre-calculus and ready students for High School and college advanced topics math including Calculus.

Course Materials: Saxon Advanced Mathematics and Incremental Development, Edition 2, with the test and homeschool pack (www.setonbooks.com/saxon.php), a scientific calculator (TI 30X or the like), graph paper, ruler, protractor, compass, and pencil. Graphing calculators are useful, but not necessary. Instructor will provide a free weekly lecture in addition to the live, interactive classes.

Homework: 4-5 assignments per week with 15-20 problems to work per lesson. Expect to spend approx. 60 minutes a day on homework (may vary depending on the student’s understanding of new concepts).



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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 10:00 AM
Ends Ends: 4/20/2020 11:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 14
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Status Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 28 seats
20Spr_Hoeft_SaxonAlgebra1_M100_HS1

Due to the popularity of this course, it is offered in two time slots. Choose the one that fits your schedule best.

This is Part Two of a two-part course. Students are welcomed to join us midyear if they meet the prerequisite. Email us if you are unsure.

Total Classes: 14 live classes, plus 14 recorded lectures

Class Dates:

Mondays, January 6 to April 20, 2020. No class February 24 or April 13.  

Starting Time:

Mondays: 1:00 PM Eastern (Noon Central; 11:00 Mountain; 10:00 Pacific)


Duration: 55 minutes for live classes. 30 minutes for recorded classes

Prerequisite: Algebra I, Part One (available Live or through Unlimited Access) or equivalent

Suggested Grade Level: 9th grade and up

Suggested Credit: One full semester Algebra 1 or Math

Fee: $205 if you register on or before November 15, 2019. $225 after November 15 for all 14 live and 14 recorded classes. ($245 after January 6)

Instructor: Jean Hoeft, MA

Course Description: Students will study all concepts in Algebra 1 from linear to nonlinear equations, graphing and numerical studies. In its entirety this course involves all concepts needed to fulfill national requirements for Algebra 1. The topics include, but are not restricted to, operations with integers, rules of multiplicative identity and additive identity, equation solving, exponential function relations, quadratic function relations and their graphs, Cartesian graphing, polynomial relations and functions, radicals and their properties, as well as some work with geometric properties as a background for use in Algebra 2.

Course Materials: Saxon Algebra I Homeschool Kit, Third Edition (www.setonbooks.com/saxon.php)

Homework: 4-5 assignments of 15-20 problems per lesson. Expect to spend 30 to 60 minutes a day on homework.


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Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 1:00 PM
Ends Ends: 4/20/2020 2:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 14
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Status Status: 4 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 28 seats
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