High School Science (Grades 9-12)
Libertas Science Classes
Open to all independent study high school students!
Libertas Preparatory School at Trinity Classical Academy is thrilled to announce the continuation of the High School Science curriculum developed by Dr. Englin at The Master's University and taught for the last 4 years by Dr. Matt Ingle. Dr. Ingle will teach the courses. All courses will be held on the Trinity Classical Academy campus and are taught from a Biblical worldview perspective.
These science courses are a great opportunity for both students who may pursue further higher-level science courses as well as students coming in at the introductory level and desire science knowledge and credit.
Anatomy & Physiology (Monday 2:00-3:00pm)
Anatomy and Physiology covers the topics covered in the California Standards for secondary level anatomy and physiology instruction and is designed to prepare students for further studies in biology at the collegiate level and to give a background for the human body. The topics include cell structure, tissue organization, organ structure, and organ systems. The laboratory includes use of dissections. These classes will have a video lecture, homework assignments, as well as in-class discussions and labs. Google classroom will be utilized for videos and assignments.
Chemistry (Wednesdays 2:00-3:00pm)
Chemistry covers the topics covered in the California Standards for secondary level chemistry instruction and is designed to prepare students for further studies in chemistry at the collegiate level and to give a background for everyday life concerns and decisions in our technological age. The topics include atomic matter and structure, chemical bonds, gases and other concepts. The laboratory includes use of the chemicals to illustrate the underlying properties that govern living forms.
Physics (Fridays 2:00-3:00pm)
Physics is the study of energy and motion of the physical world around us. It includes the study of motion (position, dimensions, velocity and acceleration) in a straight line and in circles, gravity, work, machines’ power, heat energy, sound light, electricity, magnetism, and radioactivity. The laboratory includes the use of objects to illustrate the mechanics that govern the universe.
The total fee for each course is $580. Class size is limited and priority will be given to those that complete the enrollment process first. Uniforms are required for the class.
To register contact the Libertas Program Coordinator, Deanna Meadows, at firstname.lastname@example.org