Clicking each link below will take you to a syllabus page. Day-by-day lesson plans for that subject are linked within each syllabus.
You will choose the courses you need from this menu to create your year’s study, using the “On Track to Graduation” chart linked above as a guide to what you need in terms of credits for a year, and what will fulfill those credit requirements.
Each day’s work for your high-school student will include a daily item from each course you have selected, according to the “Sample Daily Schedule” linked above.
*NB: While none of the books in the syllabus contains graphic or gratuitous content, as an overall rule, high-school parents should be alert for mature references and themes. At this stage we are moving beyond the level of children's books and beginning to grapple, through living books of high literary quality, in a more direct and mature way with the realities of a fallen world. It's hard to find books at an appropriate level of maturity that don't deal with those realities in one way or other. Parents concerned about their students’ encountering topics they are not ready to discuss should plan to pre-read. We have tried to flag particular texts where concerns might exist, but it is good general practice to preview reading before handing it to teenagers, and to prepare for discussions of difficult subjects. Science Mathematics Electives Additional Audio/Visual Resources for Level 5&6 (all subjects)
Additional Audio/Visual Resources for Level 5&6 (all subjects)