This course develops some of the principles and processes of Algebra that will equip students to solve common daily problems in a manner simpler than would otherwise be possible. Students are given definitions and theoretical basics to apply in practical exercises. Students build upon their knowledge and understanding in each subsequent unit.
This course is an overview of Australian History from its foundations and exploration to some of the changes that have occurred since the end of World War 2.
The course is designed to introduce the student to the world of art and its techniques. It provides the student with a foundational understanding of the concept of art.
The course traces the history of collectivism, starting with the revolt of Satan and the subsequent fall of man and concludes with a detailed investigation of the major twentieth century “isms” of communism and fascism. The course is designed to give the student an awareness of the satanic, humanistic and conspiratorial aspects of those ideologies from a Biblical worldview.
The Business Math Course is a general math course that introduces the student to concepts such as percentages, wages, taxes, profit, budgets and insurance.
The course introduces chemistry, and elaborates on the concepts of chemical elements, phases of matter, bonding, reactions, solutions, acidity, kinetics and equilibrium, redox reactions, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, and modern chemistry applications.
This course is a systematic study of economics; of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
The course helps students to acquire an improved vocabulary, correctly use words that are original and necessary for sharing ideas with others. Such a course is an asset throughout life.
This course develops some of the principles and processes of Geometry that will equip students to solve problems using lines, angles and proofs. Students are given definitions and theoretical basics to apply in practical exercises. Students build upon their knowledge and understanding as the course progresses.
The course requires students to investigate and discuss general health, safety, physical fitness and nutrition.
The course traces the origin and development of Western man and his institutions from the Ancient Fertile Crescent to the Reformation.
The course provides students with the skills to identify and develop nutritionally balanced diets with an emphasis on the varying needs of individuals.
This course introduces students to various areas of science from a Christian point of view
This is a short course of music appreciation which has both theoretical and practical components.
The course covers knowledge and understanding about fundamental concepts related to natural phenomena and their causes, the historical development of these concepts including scientists and their contributions.
This course extends Mathematical concepts to give the student more and different approaches to problem solving. Students are given theory – definitions, rules and examples – to apply practical exercises. Students build on the understandings they have already gained.
This course is a chronological study of Modern History from 1750- current times. The student investigates and analyses primary and secondary sources.
This course covers the basics of effective speaking in areas as: stage performance, diaphragmatic breathing, articulation, effective gestures and inflection. The student practices vocal purity, variety in pitch, pronunciation and choice of vocabulary. There is training in facial expression, correct posture and eye contact. The student learns how to deal with stage fright, how to convert nervous tension into positive energy and how to relax and express emotion and enthusiasm. The student is shown how to mark a script, tips on memorization skills, rehearsal tips and self evaluation assistance. Students apply what they have learned by performing speeches. A multimedia presentation provides models of performances for students to analyze.
This course establishes and uses basic trigonometric identities to solve problems involving right triangles. Students are given theory to apply to practical exercises. They use a graphing calculator in their learning. Students build on the understandings they have already gained.
In twelve PACEs students are introduced to the earth and its resources, and the continents, islands and nations which cover the surface of the earth.