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Middle School 2024-2025


Devotions: 8:45

Middle School Classes: 9:00 - 2:00

* Optional Elective Class- Lifeskills and Yearbook:  2:00 - 3:00


Writing & Grammar

Modern World History-Based Writing Lessons

Implementing the Structure and Style® Writing Method

The world is at your fingertips! This theme-based writing curriculum allows students to experience world history through cultural literature and the study of famous people and events while learning to write with the Structure and Style® writing method. Offering a full year of instruction for students in grades 6–8, these lessons cover all nine IEW Units. Vocabulary cards, literature suggestions, and access to helpful PDF downloads are also included.

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IEW Modern World History


Easy Grammar Ultimate

New from Easy Grammar! 180 10-minute lessons provide students with a firm grasp on the basics of grammar; capitalization, punctuation, grammar and sentence combining (with an emphasis on expository writing) are all covered. Designed as an introduction to the important concepts students will need to know, Easy Grammar Ultimate not only introduces new topics, but instructs students in usage throughout. With the same building-block approach as other Easy Grammar books, students will build upon their knowledge in short increments, leaving ample time for literature, writing, and other important high school coursework. Teach your students step-by-step or let them work independently; this workbook does NOT contain any answers, which are provided in the sold-separately 

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Easy Grammar Ultimate 

World History


The Mystery of History Volume 4: Wars of Independence to Modern Times

Mystery of History Volume IV is the last and final volume of the Mystery of History series from Bright Ideas Press! Covering 1708 to 2014, it begins with Bach and Handel, brings the reader through multiple "wars of independence" as well as many "wars of ideologies" between Marxism, Darwinism, Fascism, and the Cold War. World War I and II bring the reader to more modern day conflicts, including a collapsed Soviet Union, a divided Korea, tension in the Middle East, and an ongoing War on Terror.

However, in addition to studying the violence of this era, the artists, inventors, writers, and humanitarians who contributed toward the "soul" of mankind over the last three centuries are also integrated. A world history text, Mystery of History 4 does cover important events in American history (though it cannot stand alone as an American history course), including the American Revolution, the War Between the States, the War in Vietnam, and the Civil Rights movement.

The last and final chapter looks at what is to come as outlined in the Book of Revelation. This section does not follow any single view of eschatology, but it will take students to the final chapters of Revelation, and its picture of the new heaven and new earth.

Volume IV is a hardcover volume that contains all of the lessons students are to read. It also contains a unique download code on the first page of the book to give access to the Companion Guide, which contains pretests, activities, quizzes, timeline directions, mapping exercises, and literature suggestions.


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Mystery of History Volume 4





Various literature selections to be determined by the teacher





Apologia Exploring Creation with General Science


Designed to be a student's first systematic introduction to the sciences, Apologia's 7th-grade Exploring Creation with General Science, 3rd Ed. explores broad topics such as the scientific method, designing experiments, simple machines, geology, archaeology, biology, and more, with a large focus on Earth Science (astronomy, meteorology, oceanography, earth study, geology, paleontology, and environmental science). Hands-on experiments are included throughout, giving students practical experience as they discover the principles behind science and learn how to record and report data. Presented in a conversational format, the author walks students through how to complete experiments, how to identify important parts of information they read, and how to take notes. The final module is a project of creating a Rube-Goldberg machine, incorporating many of the scientific principles they learned throughout the year. Students will learn to see God's hand in all of life as they learn about the world He made; they will also read testimonies from modern-day scientists who interpret data through a Christian worldview


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Apologia Exploring Creation with General Science


CPR/Life Skills and Yearbook

This class will be covering CPR, first aid, life skills. This portion will be covered the first half of the year.


Our Yearbook portion will help us with documenting events and people in our co-op.  Along with an instructor's help, they will produce the school's yearbook.. A fun end to the day!

Additional Cost:  $20

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