About the Seventh Grade Program
Parents will need to complete all sections of the Admission Application and submit the application fee. Our Admissions Staff will call to schedule a school tour. We have very small class sizes so your child will have the attention he or she needs to excel.
Bible: Bob Jones Press | Study Christ’s example through His experiences, sermons, miracles, and parables. Contains a brand new unit going verse by verse through the Sermon on the Mount.
Literature: | Students are introduced to a biblical perspective on theme books. Students are taught to interpret, analyze, evaluate, and appreciate authors, works, themes, and terms in light of Scripture
Math: Bob Jones Press | Algebraic expressions and linear equations are applied throughout a comprehensive review of operations on integers, fractions, decimals, percents, and radicals. Students explore relations and functions using equations, tables, and graphs. This is a great transition into the “dialectic stage” of math.
History-World Studies: Bob Jones Press | A look at the civilizations of the world through the lens of a Christian worldview. World Studies begins with a brief review of history from Creation to the coming of Christ and progresses in a chronological journey around the world studying the ebb and flow of empires, cultures, Christianity, and world religions, concluding with an examination of the trends of the emerging 21st century.
General Science: Bob Jones Press | This course is designed to be a systematic introduction to science in general and has no prerequisites. The student will learn about the scientific method, designing experiments, simple machines, archaeology, geology, paleontology, biology, human anatomy and human physiology in an introductory way. No lab equipment is required. Necessary materials for experiments are common household items.
English 7: Bob Jones Press | Students are introduced to various ways to learn word meanings and use Latin word parts to teach recognition of word families. Topics include synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, positive and negative context clues, and words.
Writing/Grammar: Bob Jones Press | All eight parts of speech are taught, the five basic sentence patterns, usage concepts such as subject-verb agreement and clear pronoun reference, and mechanics. Introduce complex sentences. Reference chapters include dictionary skills, library skills, study skills, and an overview of the writing process. Writing projects include a biographical sketch, an in-class essay, a letter to the editor, a book report, and poetry. Literature from the classics.
Tuition & Fees:
Tuition and Fee’s Schedule PDF Download
1 Pencil pouch
1 Box of 24 count crayons (no glitter)
1 Pack of colored pencils (Crayola Twistables highly recommended)
1 12” ruler with both inches and centimeters
1 Compass and 1 Protractor (6th grade and up)
1 NIV or King James Bible
1 USB 8GB flash drive
1 Pair of pointed scissors
4 Glue sticks (no glue pens) and 1 bottle of clear Elmer’s glue
2 Boxes of 24 count #2 pencils
1 Package of pencil top erasers
1 Package of black ink pens (no gel)
4 Red pens (no gel)
6 Two pocket folders (heavy duty plastic recommended)
2 Packages (150 sheets or more) wide ruled, loose leaf filler paper 5th & 6th grade
2 Packages (150 sheets or more) college ruled, loose leaf filler paper 7th & up
1 Package of graph paper
4 Composition notebooks (wide ruled)
1 Three-holed 1½ ” loose leaf binder
1 Package of 3”x 5” lined index cards
1 Student Planner
4 Boxes of tissues, standard size
1 Large bottle of hand sanitizer
8 Containers of Lysol Wipes
1 Gym uniform (purchase from Flynn O’Hara)
1 pair of gym shoes (to be left at the school)
3 Reams of copy paper
1 Scientific Calculator (grades 8-12)
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