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My Fun Science Algebra 2

Mondays at 1pm (ET), or

Tuesdays at 11am (ET)

Aug 2019 - May 2020

Master Algebra 2 concepts, hone your calculator skills, and prepare for real-world application as we dig in and develop each topic. This online class isn’t about test prep… it’s about building skills and deepening connections. Sure you can use . . .

Algebra 2

Mondays at 11am (ET), or

Tuesdays at 1pm (ET)

Aug 2019 - May 2020

This mastery-based Geometry class integrates discussions, cartoons, anecdotes, examples, and plenty of exercises. With a greater emphasis on problems, rather than long introductory instructions, this is a text for learning-through-doing . . .


Wednesdays at 11am (ET)

Aug 2019 - May 2020

PreCalculus isn’t about forced word problems — it’s about real, hands-on application across amazing content areas. Using Math XL, we will build a solid foundation for practical STEM applications, mathematical thought, and college-level study . . .


Wednesdays at 1pm (ET)

Aug 2019 - May 2020

In Formal Logic we study “the art and science of reasoning well” and discover that accurate facts are not enough… valid reasoning is just as important! We will start off by defining terms, forming and interpreting statements . . .

Formal Logic

Thursdays at 1pm (ET)

Fall (2019) Semester

“My chief objection to a quarrel,” G.K. Chesterton wrote, “is that it ends a good argument.” Informal Logic is designed to teach the argumentative adolescent how to reason with clarity, relevance, and purpose. Our online class will focus on identifying . . .

Informal Logic

Thursdays at 1pm (ET)

Spring (2020) Semester

Economics is the study of the choices individuals make daily. While this course is taught from a Biblical worldview, we make it a point to look at all sides of an issue – and admit it when the answers aren’t so easy. We won’t discover iron-clad solutions . . .