Each Clayborn Hall grade consists of twenty-eight sets of lessons and seven examinations. A report card is issued following each test and upon completion of each grade. Each set of lessons contains the equivalent of five chapters from five separate text books on five different subjects. At Clayborn Hall, you will have no additional books, CDs, or tapes to purchase. Permanent grade records are maintained, and grade transcripts are provided. Clayborn Hall lessons adhere to the Federally Suggested Guidelines for Education.
Your student will learn. . .
- Language Arts: English 12-1 and 12-2: Guided reading of British literature including Macbeth, with world masterpieces including Dante's writing. Daily spelling, vocabulary, research and personal writing, review of parts of speech and online and library research techniques. Students with high grade averages may consider advanced individual courses such as Creative Writing.
- Math: Advanced Mathematical Concepts 1 with Trigonometry and Advanced Mathematical Concepts 2 with Trigonometry and Introduction to Calculus: Advanced mathematical concepts with pre-calculus. Trigonometric functions, graphs, equations, parametric equations, conics, exponential and logarithmic functions.
- Science: Physics 1 and 2: Physics, vectors, motion, momentum, thermal energy, waves, sound, light electromagnetic induction, quantum theory, and solid state electronics. Community health factors.
- Social Science: Economics 1 and 2: Fundamental economic concepts, microeconomics, macroeconomics institutions and policies, and international and global economics.
- Fine Arts: History of Design 1 and 2: Design practice presents elements of design, distinguishing between the fine arts and the applied arts. Students are presented with discussions of repetition, variety, rhythm, balance, emphasis, economy, controlling attention, viewing angle, viewing distance, conveying an idea, and understanding and valuing what others have created. Studio problems are designed experiments for line, implied lines, positive and negative areas, descriptive line, shape and form.
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