Academic 2019-2020

Location Name Class DaysTuition
Academic Melody
1st Grade
Sharon Steen
3 spots left
We will be using Abeka as our curriculum. We will have a strong focus on phonics. We will cover skills in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Health, Fitness, Fine Arts, Character Development, and Bible with enrichment activities to challenge advanced learners, patterns for art projects, handwriting guidelines. This class will also enjoy trips to the park as weather permits. Please pack a lunch and a water bottle for your student. Snacks will be provided.
Ages 5-7
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
$75.00
Academic Harmony
2nd Grade
Amanda Dunlap
6 spots left
We will be using a literature-based curriculum that provides thematic units with a biblical worldview. We will cover skills in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Physical Development, Fitness, Fine Arts, Character Development, and Bible with enrichment activities to challenge advanced learners, patterns for art projects, handwriting guidelines. This class will also enjoy an art class and trips to the park as weather permits. Please pack a lunch and a water bottle for your student. Snacks will be provided.
Ages 6-8
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
$75.00
Academic Harmony
3rd Grade
Amanda Dunlap
This class is full
In this class, we will be using a literature-based curriculum using thematic units with a biblical worldview. We will cover skills in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Physical Development, Fitness, Fine Arts, Character Development, and Bible. We will use enrichment activities to challenge advanced learners, patterns for art projects, handwriting guidelines and we will also be using a microscope, flashcards, square tiles, dice, protractor, and a ruler to help teach concepts. A hundred chart, number line, place value charts, a twelve-month calendar, and a student journal will also be used. Please pack a lunch and water bottle for your student.
Ages 7-10
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
$75.00
Academic Reel
Biology - High School
Raymond Beeson
1 spots left
This Biology class will be using Apologia Biology 2nd Edition. This class is designed for high school age students. We will be doing a number of dissections in this class There is a $25 lab fee for this class.

Students will each need their own Textbook - Apologia Biology 2nd Edition
3 ring binder, paper, pen, pencil, and highlighter

Ages 13-18
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 9:50 AM
$30.00
Academic Melody
Kindergarten
Sharon Steen
This class is full
Students in this class must be at least 4 years old and fully potty trained. We will be using Abeka as our curriculum. We will have a strong focus on phonics. We will cover skills in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Health, Fitness, Fine Arts, Character Development, and Bible with enrichment activities to challenge advanced learners, patterns for art projects, handwriting guidelines. This class will also enjoy trips to the park as weather permits. Please pack a lunch and a water bottle for your student. Snacks will be provided.
Ages 4-6
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
$75.00
Academic Releve
Pre Algebra - Junior High
Ressa Elliott
5 spots left
Materials Needed:
Saxon Algebra 1/2 3rd edition student book
3 ring binder or folder
paper, pen, pencil, calculator

Ages 11-16
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 9:50 AM
$30.00
Academic Encore
Study Hall - 9:00-9:50
4 spots left
If student is not in a specific academic class during academic day (9-2), they must be in study hall if in the building. Please feel free to bring work from other classes. A teacher is able to assist as needed if questions arise. This study hall will be a quiet, working environment.
Ages 8-18
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 9:50 AM
$10.00
Academic DiVinci
US History - Upper Elem.
Jennifer Beeson
This class is full
This class will be using America's Story 2 by Angela O'Dell. America's Story 2 continues the journey through American History from the Civil War to the early 1900s, leading students through the conflict, resolution, controversies, and successes of a fledgling nation becoming One Nation Under God.
We will also be doing sections on Presidents, States, and Capitals.

Each student will need -
America's Story 2 by Angela O'Dell
3 ring binder
Color Pencils
Pen, pencil, and highlighter

Ages 8-12
Monday Thursday
9:00 AM to 9:50 AM
$30.00
Academic Releve
Algebra 2
Ressa Elliott
6 spots left
Course Description
Saxon’s Algebra 2 covers a typical second year of Algebra as well as a semester’s worth of Geometry. In class, we will explore topics that include 1 to 2 lessons from the text as well as review any questions from homework.
Prerequisites
Algebra 1 and Geometry, or Saxon’s Algebra 1 course

Materials
Textbook: Saxon Algebra 2: An Incremental Development, Third Edition
Binder
Pencils
Loose Leaf Paper
Scientific Calculator (preferably a Texas Instruments calculator)






Ages 13-18
Monday Thursday
9:55 AM to 10:45 AM
$30.00
Academic Grand Allegro
Computers and Keyboarding - Upper Elem.
Amy Inderlied
This class is full
In addition to practicing keyboarding skills and increasing typing speed, students will learn how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and will complete various projects in these programs. Students will also learn how to maneuver through Google using Google Docs, Sheets, and Gmail. We will learn internet safety as well proper internet etiquette and best practices.This class is geared for those in 4th-6th grade. Students must have their own laptops to bring to class and internet access at home to complete projects. Each student will be creating a Gmail address if they do not already have one.

Materials Needed:
• A laptop and internet access at home
• A 3-ring binder with notebook paper
• 5 tab dividers
• Pencils

Ages 8-12
Monday Thursday
9:55 AM to 10:45 AM
$30.00
Academic DiVinci
English - Narnia - Junior High
Jennifer Beeson
2 spots left
Experience the enchanted land of Narnia while learning to write with structure and style. We will also have grammar added to this. This class counts as 1 high school English credit. We will also be using Fix it Grammar - The Nose Tree. Student Book 1.

Supplies needed for this class:
IEW -- Following Narnia Student Book Volume 1: The Lion's Song
IEW - Fix it Grammar Book 1- the Nose Tree

Access to the following books
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950)
2. Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia (1951)
3. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952)
4. The Silver Chair (1953)
5. The Horse and His Boy (1954)
6. The Magician’s Nephew (1955)
7. The Last Battle (1956)

3 ring binder or 2 pocket folder w/ prongs
Spiral Notebook
Pen / Pencil
Eraser

Ages 12-16
Monday Thursday
9:55 AM to 10:45 AM
$30.00
Academic Reel
English Grammar and Usage - High School
Rhonda Coulter
3 spots left
The foundations of grammar and structure will be presented using a simple text as a jumping off point, and integrating classical literature, poetry, and student writing projects. This class will try to take the suffering out of learning grammar.

Supplies Needed
ECS Parts of Speech: Grammar Notebook (Book 1), ECSSentence Structure: Grammar Notebook (Book2), Notebook, pencil

Ages 13-18
Monday Thursday
9:55 AM to 10:45 AM
$30.00
Academic Encore
Study Hall - 9:55-10:45
5 spots left
If student is not in a specific academic class during academic day (9-2), they must be in study hall if in the building. Please feel free to bring work from other classes. A teacher is able to assist as needed if questions arise. This study hall will be a quiet, working environment.
Ages 8-18
Monday Thursday
9:55 AM to 10:45 AM
$10.00
Academic Releve
Creative Writing - High School
Amber Cromar
5 spots left
You will write a novel during this class. We will be using One Year Adventure Novel-https://clearwaterpress.com/oneyearnovel/

We will purchase the One Year Adventure novel student books in bulk. The amount is $70 per student.
We will purchase them and bill at a later date when all the books are in. (If you order the curriculum independently it is $290)

Materials Needed:

Pen, Pencil, Highlighter

Ages 13-18
Monday Thursday
10:50 AM to 11:40 AM
$30.00
Academic Reel
Cultural Geography - JH/HS
Rhonda Coulter
2 spots left
Take a trip around the world and learn the cultures, arts, foods, and landscapes of each continent
This class fulfills a half credit for High School Geography.
There will be a $30, materials fee. This will cover food and curriculum supplies for this class.
Students will need to have a 2" binder, notebook paper, pen, pencil and colored pencils

Ages 12-16
Monday Thursday
10:50 AM to 11:40 AM
$30.00
Academic Grand Allegro
English - Upper Elem.
Jennifer Beeson
This class is full
Students will need to get literature books from the library throughout the year as assigned.
Each student will need a 3 ring binder
5 Tab dividers
Paper
Pen, Pencil, Eraser and Highlighter

Ages 8-12
Monday Thursday
10:50 AM to 11:40 AM
$30.00
Academic Ensemble
Spanish 1 - High School
Sharon Hartnagel
This class is full
The curriculum will be provided for Spanish 1 class

Materials required:
-Notebook or looseleaf paper
-Binder or folders
-Pen, Pencil, paper
-Access to computer/tablet outside of class

Ages 13-18
Monday Thursday
10:50 AM to 11:40 AM
$30.00
Academic Encore
Study Hall - 10:50-11:40
3 spots left
If student is not in a specific academic class during academic day (9-2), they must be in study hall if in the building. Please feel free to bring work from other classes. A teacher is able to assist as needed if questions arise. This study hall will be a quiet, working environment.
Ages 8-18
Monday Thursday
10:50 AM to 11:40 AM
$10.00
Academic DiVinci
World History - Junior. High
Amy Inderlied
5 spots left
Students will embark on a journey through time with this hands-on course in ancient world history covering the creation of mankind to present day. This class includes lectures, class discussions, relevant STEM Team Challenges, and Interactive Notebooks. Students will be assessed on participation in various team challenges and class discussions, review questions after each reading, the craft and completeness of their Interactive Notebooks, a diary project, and 6 quizzes. We will be using Notgrass From Adam to Us. No purchase of textbooks is necessary as the curriculum is digital and all readings and assignments will be made available in class.

Supplies needed:
• A 1” 3-ring binder with 100 sheets of loose-leaf, college-ruled notebook paper
• 8 tab dividers
• Pens, pencils, and highlighter

Ages 12-16
Monday Thursday
10:50 AM to 11:40 AM
$30.00
Academic Grand Allegro
General Science - Junior High
Amber Cromar
1 spots left
This class will us Apologia's General Science 2nd Ed.

There will be a one time $10 lab fee with this class

Each student will need their own copy of Apologia General Science 2nd ed.
3 ring binder
5 tab dividers
paper
pen, pencil, eraser, and highlighters

Ages 12-16
Monday Thursday
12:15 PM to 1:05 PM
$30.00
Academic Releve
Math Lab - Upper Elem.
Ressa Elliott
4 spots left
This class will be set up so that each student will work at their own pace and with the curriculum that the parents choose. This class will give students time to work on their individual math and have a teacher there to help them with any questions or explanations that they may need.
Ages 8-12
Monday Thursday
12:15 PM to 1:05 PM
$20.00
Academic Reel
Personal Finance - High School
Jennifer Beeson
1 spots left
In this class students will learn how to save money, how to avoid debt and save for their retirement. How and where we spend or save our money is a mindset (behavioral) and we will learn how to evaluate which decisions are the best financial decisions and why.

Materials Needed:
Dave Ramsey's Foundation's in Personal Finance Student Book 2014 (New Edition)
Pen, Pencil, paper, and calculator.

Ages 14-18
Monday Thursday
12:15 PM to 1:05 PM
$30.00
Academic Ensemble
Spanish 1
Sharon Hartnagel
1 spots left
The curriculum will be provided for Elem. Spanish class

Materials required:
-Notebook or looseleaf paper
-Binder or folders
-Pen, Pencil, paper
-Access to computer/tablet outside of class

Ages 9-15
Monday Thursday
12:15 PM to 1:05 PM
$30.00
Academic Encore
Study Hall - 12:15-1:05
7 spots left
If student is not in a specific academic class during academic day (9-2), they must be in study hall if in the building. Please feel free to bring work from other classes. A teacher is able to assist as needed if questions arise. This study hall will be a quiet, working environment.
Ages 8-18
Monday Thursday
12:15 PM to 1:05 PM
$10.00
Academic DiVinci
World History - High School
Amy Inderlied
2 spots left
Join us on this expedition through time with this immersive, hands-on course in world history covering the first breaths of man to the dawn of civilization to the present day. This class includes lectures, class discussions, relevant STEM challenges, and interactive notebooks. Students will be assessed on participation on STEM challenges and class discussions, responses to extra readings, the craft and completeness of their interactive notebooks, review questions after each reading, exams, and a final intearctive/digital timeline project.

Materials Needed:
• Notgrass Exploring World History (Part 1 and Part 2) and the Student Review book.
• A 1" 3-ring binder with 100 sheets of loose-leaf, college-ruled notebook paper
• 8 tab dividers
• Pens or pencils

Ages 13-18
Monday Thursday
12:15 PM to 1:05 PM
$30.00
Academic Releve
Algebra 1
Ressa Elliott
6 spots left
Algebra 1 Course Description
Saxon’s Algebra 1 covers a typical first year of Algebra as well as a semester’s worth of Geometry. In class we will explore topics that include 1 to 2 lessons from the text as well as review any questions from homework.
Prerequisites: Pre-Algebra or Saxon’s Algebra 1/2 course
Materials:
Textbook: Saxon Algebra 1: An Incremental Development, Third Edition
Binder
Pencils
Loose Leaf Paper
Scientific Calculator (preferably a Texas Instruments calculator)

Ages 12-18
Monday Thursday
1:10 PM to 2:00 PM
$30.00
Academic Grand Allegro
Life Science - Upper Elem.
Amber Cromar
This class is full
This class will be using Apologia Exploring Creation Zoology 2 for the first half of the year and Apologia Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics.

Students will need their own copy of both books. *** WE HAVE THE ZOOLOGY 2 BOOKS FOR RENT AT ITL FOR $10. PLEASE EMAIL ITLACADEMICS@GMAIL.COM IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RENT ONE.
Composition Notebook
Pen or pencil

Ages 8-14
Monday Thursday
1:10 PM to 2:00 PM
$30.00
Academic Ensemble
Spanish 2 - High School
Sharon Hartnagel
5 spots left
The curriculum will be provided for Spanish 2 class

Materials required:
-Notebook or looseleaf paper
-Binder or folders
-Pen, Pencil, paper
-Access to computer/tablet outside of class

Ages 13-18
Monday Thursday
1:10 PM to 2:00 PM
$30.00
Academic Reel
Speech and Debate - Junior High
Jennifer Beeson
This class is full
This class is going to be fun! We will learn how to prepare for, write, edit and give a speech. We will also learn the art of debate and the different forms of debate as well as having a few good debates. We will talk about why our communication skills and how we present ourselves is so important.

Materials needed for this class:

3 ring binder
pen, pencil, highlighter.
The students may need to go to the library or use the internet to do research for this class.

Ages 11-18
Monday Thursday
1:10 PM to 2:00 PM
$30.00
Academic Encore
Study Hall - 1:10-2:00
8 spots left
If student is not in a specific academic class during academic day (9-2), they must be in study hall if in the building. Please feel free to bring work from other classes. A teacher is able to assist as needed if questions arise. This study hall will be a quiet, working environment.
Ages 8-18
Monday Thursday
1:10 PM to 2:00 PM
$10.00