In Christ Light, a 2-year cycle of studies in both the New and Old Testament stories of the Bible, students discover the wonders of their Creator and Savior. In Catechism, students take an in-depth look at the characteristics of and saving work of the one true God. They study the Articles of the Apostles Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord’s Prayer.
Students enhance their critical thinking skills by analyzing texts, crafting essays, writing poetry, and studying both fictional and non-fiction books. Students also work on grammar and editing skills through daily bell work, and check their reading comprehension through Accelerated Reader.
Students study equations and work with concepts connected to beginning algebra and geometry. They work with both number problems and word problems. Throughout the year, students will be competing in the national Meet Math competition, where they have taken first place multiple times!
Students discover how things work and explore the wonders of God’s world. They will study topics of Earth Science and Physical Science. Some units will include: Weather and Climate, Earthquakes, Erosion and Weathering, the Solar System, Forces and Motion, and Properties of Matter.
Sixth graders study the ancient cultures and civilizations around the world. Places of study include Greece, Rome, Egypt, and China. Students discover what made these civilizations unique and make connections between ancient places of the past and our world today. Students also memorize and identify the countries of study in that particular continent.