Academic Courses

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Middle School and Upper School Courses

Students enrolled with CE@WA attend multi-graded classes. The classroom combination of students will vary from year to year based on the talents of the students enrolled. All K-12 students use assigned campus computers during school. 

2017-2018 Scripture Theme

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”

Middle School Courses

Mathematics:

  • General Mathematics
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra I

Language Arts:

  • Grammar
  • Spelling
  • Critical Writing
  • Creative Writing (including poetry)

Science:

  • General Science
  • Earth Science
  • Space Science
  • Marine Biology
  • Life Science
  • Introduction to Chemistry
  • Physical Science

Social Studies:

  • Civics
  • Florida History
  • American History
  • World History
  • Bible Study – Old and New Testaments using the Old English King James Version

Upper School Courses

Mathematics:

  • Pre-algebra (Algebra I prep)
  • Consumer Mathematics
  • Algebra I or Algebra I Honors
  • Geometry or Geometry I Honors
  • Algebra II or Algebra II Honors
  • Trigonometry
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Calculus

English:

  • 9th Grade English I or 9th Grade English I Honors
  • 10th Grade English II or 10th Grade English II Honors
  • 11th Grade English III or 11th Grade English III Honors
  • 12th Grade English IV or 12th Grade English IV Honors

Science

  • Earth Science/Space Science
  • Integrated Science (Multi-disciplines of general sciences)
  • Marine Biology or Marine Biology Honors
  • Biology I or Biology II (Honors credits available)
  • Chemistry I or Chemistry II (Honors credits available)
  • Physical Science
  • Physics

Social Studies:

  • Old Testament
  • New Testament
  • Florida History
  • American History
  • World History
  • Government/The 5000 Year Leap (required for graduation)
  • Economics (required for graduation)
  • Political Science/MAKING of AMERICA (required for graduation)

In addition to the coursework above, each student has the opportunity to participate in a full and enriching program of electives and activities throughout the school year. Click on the name below to view information about each elective or activity.

Sports and Fitness

Special Events

Spiritual Development

Field Trips and Service Projects

Fine Arts

Debate

After School Clubs

Music Class – Hands on Music

High School/Valencia State College (VSC) Dual Enrollment

Technology in the classroom

 

Correspondence Courses for Adults: 

It’s never too late to complete your high school education!  We encourage everyone to be lifelong learners. Adults are welcome and invited to finish their high school diploma with us.  CE@WA offers correspondence courses for the completion of your high school education.  Please click HERE to schedule an appointment to meet with our staff and learn more about the courses available.  Don’t wait another moment.

“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.”
― Henry Ford