Course Descriptions

Course Available 2017 – 2018

SPECIAL NOTES

  • Classes available to 8th grade students: Logic 1, Physical Science, Algebra I, Study Skills Workshop.
  • Textbooks: Our textbooks are carefully selected to offer quality material for the students.
    • We recommend supporting our local vendor, Home School Room, for many of these products.
    • Books can also be purchased used on the internet or new through Rainbow Resource catalog or a catalog of your choice.
    • Math texts are available to purchase, or rent through Shanan because they are previous editions and not readily located, or it is simply easier to rent and return.
    • Some of the materials are supplied by the tutor to the student at no cost other than a replacement fee, if necessary: English courses, speech and debate.
  • Credits: the parent-teacher may list the courses for credit as they wish on their student’s transcript. The amount of the credit is not negotiable due to the amount of work, but some classes could fall in different categories, so the following credit areas are suggestive only.
  • Parents are welcome to use the course descriptions below to assist them in presenting this information to higher education schools.
  • Honors Courses
    • Courses designated with Honors status are available in two different formats:
      • Honors level
      • Honors option within a regular course
    • Be sure to check the appropriate box for Honors option on the registration form for that choice.
    • For more information about Honors, go to the Honors page.
  • Fees vary by course and semester!

Electives

Apologetics

Apologetics – Josh Landon, Tutor

Available:  All grades but recommended for sophomores and above

This course is an introduction to apologetics.  We will be confronting the overwhelming intellectual attacks the Church is presently facing; attacks that Christian college students face on university campuses.  We will be addressing such issues as the nature of truth and reality, the investigation of other worldviews, the evidence for Christianity, critics’ arguments against Christianity, and the relationship between apologetics and evangelism. Course Objectives: 1) Explain what Apologetics is and why it is an important subject for Christians to study. 2) Bolster the faith of the students by learning the superior intellectual arguments for the truth of Theism and Christianity. 3) Develop and demonstrate the ability to properly identify certain atheistic and anti-Christian arguments, and then adequately refute them. 4) Develop a deeper passion for God and become better equipped to effectively evangelize the lost world around us.

Text: I don’t have Enough Faith to be an Atheist (Crossway) by Frank Turek and Norman Geisler

Fee: $120

Credit: ½ credit as an Elective

Contact Josh Landon

Church History

Church History – Josh Landon, Tutor

Available:  All grades but recommended for sophomores and above

This course covers the history of the Christian church, from its birth in the first century to its contemporary state today.  The important dates, people, places, and events from the early, medieval, reformation, and modern eras will be learned to help support an emphasis on the development of Christian doctrine.  Combining church history, historical theology, and systematic theology, this class will also consider major areas of Christian theology such as sin, salvation, the nature of God, the Bible, the Incarnation, the church, and the end times.  Although the writers of the textbooks and the instructor are both theologically conservative, the purpose of this class is not to promote or teach a particular view (i.e., Calvinism, Dispensationalist, etc.), but rather, to help the student gain an awareness of the various Christian views and how they came to be articulated and argued for in their historical contexts.  Thus, the emphasis will be on understanding what has happened in the history of the church and on the similar and yet distinct ways theological orthodoxy has come to be defined by the major Christian traditions (i.e., Reformed, Baptist, Catholic, etc.).  The Scriptural arguments and theological reasoning for and against each view will be examined.

Texts: Church History in Plain Language, Bruce L. Shelley. Thomas Nelson; Pocket History of Theology, Roger E. Olson and Adam C. English

Fee: $120

Credit: 1/2 credit as an Elective

Contact Josh Landon

Debate and Speech

Debate and Speech

Fall Semester – Debate – Available to All Grades

Spring Semester – Speech – Open to 8th Graders

Through these 2 courses, students will learn the fundamentals of debate and will practice giving a variety of speeches. They will engage in practice debates after studying debate theory for most of the fall semester, and will practice giving several speeches, including limited prep, platform speeches, and interpretive pieces during the speech class in the spring. Debate and speech both require participation in a local novice tournament as the culmination of the classes. The option then exists to join and compete in a home school speech and debate league, which will further develop and refine their skills in speech and debate.

Currently we are offering the club only to encourage students to grow in their communication abilities. The Speech and Debate Club is offered on Wednesdays, 3:30-5:00. This is open to any students who would like to find out more about speech and debate.

No Fee

Christian Communicators of the Southeast (CCofSE) http://ccofse.org/

Contact Amy Stogner

Traditional Logic

Logic 1 (Traditional Logic) – Josh Landon, Tutor

Available:  All grades

This course is an in-depth study of the classical syllogism. As a result of taking this course and studying the structure and form of syllogisms (arguments), students will develop an understanding of logic at its most basic level. They will be able to properly construct a syllogism (an argument) and accurately identify its parts.  They will also be able to determine whether an argument is valid or invalid, sound or unsound. These objectives will be accomplished through interactive lessons in the classroom, and relevant daily exercises completed by the student on the four week days which we do not meet for class. To faithfully meet the requirements of this course, students can expect to spend about thirty minutes a day outside of class.

Texts: First semester: Traditional Logic 1, Martin Cothran, Memoria Press; 2nd semester: Traditional Logic 2, Martin Cothran

Fee: $120 fall; $136 spring

Credit: 1 credit as an Elective

Contact Josh Landon

Material Logic

Logic 2 (Material Logic) – Josh Landon, Tutor

NOTE:  Logic 2 does not require Logic 1 as a pre-requisite.

Available:  All grades, but recommended for sophomores and above

Material Logic may be used as a follow-up course to Traditional Logic, or an introductory thinking skills course for high school.  This course clearly defines and articulates the rules for thinking set forth by ancient and medieval thinkers such as Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas.  Whereas the focus of Traditional Logic (Logic 1) was the form or structure of argumentation, the focus of Material Logic (Logic 2) is the content of argumentation.  Material Logic studies how words are related to the ideas they signify, as well as how they can be used of one another.  It also studies how we can know the meaning of an idea and how that idea is related to other ideas it may include or it may be included under.  To faithfully meet the requirements of this course, students can expect to spend about thirty minutes a day outside of class.

Text: Material Logic 1, Martin Cothran, Memoria Press

Fee: $120; $136 spring

Credit: 1 credit as an Elective

Contact Josh Landon

English

Grammar and Composition, Honors

Honors Grammar and Composition – Mr. Jack Gale, Tutor

All grades but recommended in the freshman year.

Grammar and Composition is a two-semester course that begins with a review of traditional grammar, including parts or speech, noun usage, and basic sentence patterns, and moves on to verb conjugations, phrases, and clauses before the year ends. The grammar portion of the class emphasizes usage problems, such as major grammatical errors, common usage problems like agreement, punctuation, and sentence construction. Concurrent with the grammar portion of the class is a course in writing. The first semester focuses on various types of paragraphs (argumentation, persuasion, comparison, analysis, etc.) of a formal, three-part nature since this type of writing is the emphasis of most standardized tests, the SAT, and colleges. During the second semester students move on to full-length essays and conclude the year with a research paper on a general topic. Students are encouraged to use outside sources during the entire year and must practice the correct use of notes and bibliography. While this is not a reading class, per se, students will read a number of short literary works and one or two short novels to provide material for literary analysis.

Text: will be provided

Fee: $235 fall; $265 spring

Credit: 1 credit of English

Contact Jack Gale

Literary Analysis

Literary Analysis – Mrs. Amy Stogner, Tutor

Prerequisite:  Grammar and Composition through Shanan  OR if the student has had a thorough writing course previously with approval by the tutor.

Available:  Sophomores and above

This course is an Introduction to Literary Analysis.  It thoroughly covers one major impressive work of literature, Lord of the Rings, and focuses on one author, Tolkien.  While studying LOTR your students will be acquainted with over 130 literary terms and over 600 new vocabulary words.  They will also be introduced to several of the great literary sources that provided the background for Tolkien’s world.  Though a goal of this class is to acquaint the student with the writings of Tolkien, an even more important goal is that they learn literary analysis skills that will carry over to their studies of other works.

Text: Literary Lessons from the Lord of the Rings Student Edition (2nd edition) ISBN 978-0-9754934-3-4; and The Lord of the Rings (entire trilogy in one volume) ISBN 978-0-618-64015-7 (this edition keyed to the student lessons). These can be purchased at www.homescholarbooks.com).

Fee: $235 fall; $265 spring

Credit: 1 credit of English

Contact Amy Stogner

American Literature

American Literature with Honors Option – Mr. Jack Gale, Tutor

Prerequisite:  Grammar and Composition through Shanan  OR if the student has had a thorough writing course previously with approval by the tutor.

Available:  Juniors and Seniors

This class is a two-semester survey of American literature, mostly excerpts and shorter selections, from the beginnings of our country to the present. Since history usually provides a context for the literature, students also have an opportunity to review the history of our nation and the most significant literary periods. Though the emphasis is on shorter works in order to get as broad an overview as possible, students will also read all or many of the following standard works: The Scarlet Letter, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Walden, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and a twentieth-century selection, such as To Kill a Mockingbird or The Great Gatsby. Selections will vary by class or interest. American Literature also provides students with an opportunity to hone their writing skills through a wide range of writing assignments in which they may argue an issue of interest, discuss a matter of concern, or analyze material they have read. As time and the interests/needs of students permit, they will have opportunities to write a number of timed, in-class practice essays of the type and format suggested by the SAT. The second semester will conclude with a formal research paper.

Text: will be provided

Fee: $235 fall; $265 spring

Credit: 1 credit of English

Contact Jack Gale

Foreign Language

Spanish I

Spanish I – Paula Bostrom, Tutor

Spanish 1 introduces students to beginning Spanish. Students will learn how to ask and answer questions in Spanish, give and follow directions, purchase items, make small talk, and present the gospel. The textbook is rich with activities to help students gain confidence with the Spanish language. (from BJU description)

Text: BJU Spanish 1 Student Text (2nd ed.) Copyright 2010; Publisher-BJU Press; ISBN-978-1-60682-061-2, Spanish 1: the workbook BJU Spanish 1 Student Activities Manual (2nd ed.) ISBN – 978-1-59166-169-6

Fee: $205 fall; $221 spring

Credit: 1 credit of Foreign Language

Contact Paula Bostrom

Spanish II

Spanish II – Paula Bostrom, Tutor

In Spanish II, students learn to communicate at an intermediate level in a variety of settings: a store, a bank, an airport, a hotel, a doctor’s office, an auto shop, and on the mission field. Grammar, pronunciation, writing, listening, verb tenses, and moods are emphasized in a variety of exercises and Spanish dialogues. (modified from BJU description)

Text: BJU Spanish 2 Student Text (2nd ed.) Copyright 2013 (2005); Publisher – BJU Press; ISBN – 978-1-60682-491-7 or ISBN – 978-1-57924-747-8 These are the same books. They just have a different copyright date.  Spanish 2: the workbook BJU Spanish 2 Student Activities Manual (2nd ed.) ISBN – 978-1-57924-749-2

Fee: $205 fall; $221 spring

Credit: 1 credit of Foreign Language

Contact Paula Bostrom

Humanities

World View Revolution

World View Revolution – Mrs. Amy Stogner, Tutor

Available: Freshmen and Above

This course is a unique opportunity for students to work through a rigorous study of History using the Omnibus III (Reformation to the present). Omnibus is a Latin term meaning “all encompassing.” Combining history, theology and literature, this course will help students grow in their appreciation of the unity of all knowledge. Emphasis is on ideas not simply information.

Not only will students be prepared to address the challenges of an unbelieving world in college and beyond, they will be prepared to engage it winsomely and convincingly.

This class includes daily videos/readings (from Bruce Etter, long-time expert instructor who teaches from many of the sites where events from the books occurred) which will enhance the understanding of the material as well as help students further develop their skills in composition, logic and aesthetics.

Requirements: This is an honors level class and will require a minimum of 1.5 hr /day to be successful. The student will read the required passages and watch the lecture along with interactive quizzes. Class time will be used for content discussions, questions, presentations and mastery of material.

Text: Omnibus III – not required to purchase

Books: book list may change (will finalize by summer)

  • First Semester:
    • The Westminster Confession of Faith
    • The Pilgrim’s Progress
    • Of Plymouth Plantation
    • The Social Contract
    • The Federalist & Anti-Federalist Papers
    • A Tale of Two Cities
  • Second Semester:
    • Reflections on the Revolution in France
    • Lincoln’s Speeches
    • Slave Narratives
    • The Communist Manifesto
    • The Treaty of Versailles
    • The Great Gatsby
    • Mein Kampf

Fee: $235 fall; $265 spring

Credit: 1 credit of History, .5 credit Theology

There are optional supplemental readings for this course worth additional credit for advanced students.

*This course requires students/parent to attend an orientation meeting Aug. 21.

Contact Amy Stogner

Math

Algebra I

Algebra 1 – Mrs. Marie Lang, Tutor

Available:  8th grade and above

Chapter titles include The Real Number System; Equations, Inequalities, and Applications; Graphs of Linear Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables; Exponents and Polynomials, Factoring and Applications, Rational Expressions and Applications; Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Roots and Radicals; and Quadratic Equations. Mathematical puzzles have been implemented to give the students a more entertaining way to check themselves on the concepts they are learning. Students must complete a pre-test to determine if they have the fundamental skills to enter this class.

Text: Introductory Algebra, 7th edition, ISBN 0-321-06458-5; Solutions Manual ISBN 0-321-09105-1 (rented or purchased)

Fee: $235 fall; $265 spring

Credit: 1 credit of Math

A note on the text for the math series: Except for the geometry course, the mathematics sequence uses a very thorough community college textbook series that gives generous tri-colored examples, ample exercises within the context of each page as well as at the end of each section, modern day applications, and preparatory reviews and sample tests. The texts are written with a student-oriented approach, which works well for home schoolers. The series is written primarily by Margaret Lial and published by Addison Wesley. All the books in this series are older editions and can be purchased through Amazon or ebay OR we have a supply that can be rented through Shanan for a $45 deposit; $35 for precalculus and calculus. Solutions manuals are included (except for precalculus and calculus). $25 refundable if books are returned in good condition

Contact Marie Lang

Algebra II

Algebra II – Mrs. Michelle Smith, Tutor

Available:  Recommended Sophomores and above

Topics covered in this book include Review of the Real Number System, Linear Equations and Applications; Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value; Graphs, Linear Equations, and Functions; Systems of Linear Equations; Exponents, Polynomials, and Polynomial Functions; Factoring ; Rational Expressions and Functions; Roots, Radicals, and Root Functions; Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, and Functions; Exponential and Logarithmic Functions; Nonlinear Functions, Conic Sections, and Nonlinear Systems. Students must complete a pre-test to determine if they have the fundamental skills to enter this class.

Text: Intermediate Algebra, 7th edition, ISBN 0-321-06459-3; Solutions Manual, ISBN 0-321-09204-X (rented or purchased)

Fee: $235 fall; $265 spring

Credit: 1 credit of Math

A note on the text for the math series: Except for the geometry course, the mathematics sequence uses a very thorough community college textbook series that gives generous tri-colored examples, ample exercises within the context of each page as well as at the end of each section, modern day applications, and preparatory reviews and sample tests. The texts are written with a student-oriented approach, which works well for home schoolers. The series is written primarily by Margaret Lial and published by Addison Wesley. All the books in this series are older editions and can be purchased through Amazon or ebay OR we have a supply that can be rented through Shanan. The Algebra II textbook rents for $20. Solutions manuals are included (except for precalculus and calculus).

Contact Michelle Smith

Geometry

Geometry – Mrs. Marie Lang, Tutor

Available:  All grades

Our geometry course will use Teaching Textbooks’ Geometry, which introduces the history of geometry, and inductive and deductive reasoning.  We will cover lines and angles, perpendicular and parallel lines, formal and informal proofs, triangles, quadrilaterals, basic trigonometry, circles, area, solids, coordinate geometry, and constructions.  We will also play with geometric art and tessellations.   Students will develop an index card box with all definitions, theorems, postulates, and properties; a thorough knowledge of which will prepare a student for the geometry questions on the ACT or SAT.

Text: Either 1st or 2nd edition  Geometry, A Teaching Textbook and Answer Key/Test Bank

Optional: Associated DVD set

Additional supplies: Notebook or spiral-bound for homework, ruler, compass, protractor, and calculator with tan/sin/cos functions

Fee: $235 fall; $265 spring

Credit: 1 credit of Math

Contact Marie Lang

Pre-Calculus

Honors Precalculus – Mrs. Michelle Smith, Tutor

Available:  Juniors and Seniors

The purpose of this course is to strengthen previously acquired Algebraic and Geometric skills and further challenge the students to a more in depth understanding of formerly studied concepts. Topics studied include concepts related to: Equations and Inequalities; Functions and their graphs -Polynomial, Rational, Exponential, Logarithmic, and Trigonometric; Trigonometric Identities and Proofs; Applications of Trigonometry; Systems of Equations and Inequalities; Matrices and Determinants; Conic Sections; Sequences and Series; Probability.

Text: Pre-calculus, 3rd edition, ISBN 0-321-22762-X (rented or purchased)

Fee: $270 fall; $306 spring

Credit: 1 credit of Math

A note on the text for the math series: Except for the geometry course, the mathematics sequence uses a very thorough community college textbook series that gives generous tri-colored examples, ample exercises within the context of each page as well as at the end of each section, modern day applications, and preparatory reviews and sample tests. The texts are written with a student-oriented approach, which works well for home schoolers. The series is written primarily by Margaret Lial and published by Addison Wesley. All the books in this series are older editions and can be purchased through Amazon or ebay OR we have a supply that can be rented through Shanan. The precalculus textbook rents for $30.

Contact Michelle Smith

Honors Calculus

Honors Calculus (private tutoring only) – Mrs. Michelle Smith, Tutor

Prerequisite: PreCalculus

Available: Juniors and Seniors

This course begins with a review of linear and nonlinear functions. The derivative is introduced including calculating the derivative, graphs and the derivative, and applications of the derivative. Integration is also introduced, with further techniques and applications of integration. Additional topics include: multivariable calculus, differential equations, probability and calculus, sequences and series, and derivatives and integrals of trigonometric functions.

Fee: $270 fall; $306 spring

Credit: 1 credit of Math

A note on the text for the math series: Except for the geometry course, the mathematics sequence uses a very thorough community college textbook series that gives generous tri-colored examples, ample exercises within the context of each page as well as at the end of each section, modern day applications, and preparatory reviews and sample tests. The texts are written with a student-oriented approach, which works well for homeschoolers. The series is written primarily by Margaret Lial and published by Addison Wesley. All the books in this series are older editions and can be purchased through Amazon or ebay OR we have a supply that can be rented through Shanan for $30 for precalculus and calculus.

Contact Michelle Smith

Science

Physical Science

Physical Science – Mrs. Shari Kaiser, Tutor

Available: Eighth grade and above

This course will include labs and lecture. Students will be expected to prepare lab reports and demonstrate their understanding of covered concepts with closed-book tests. Consistent attendance is required. The text and course are taught from a Christian perspective. This course requires a substantial amount of work to be done by the student at home. The student is expected to check and correct his/her own homework. Parents will be expected to oversee completion of homework and at-home tests. The facilitator will present each module’s concepts, provide in-class lab time, grade tests and lab reports and provide progress reports.  Late homework is not accepted in this class. This course is designed to be the last science course the student takes before high school biology. Thus, it is generally recommended as an 8th or 9th grade course. The text discusses such topics as the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, weather, the structure of the earth, environmentalism, the physics of motion, Newton’s Laws, gravity, and astrophysics.

Textbook: Exploring Creation With Physical Science, 2nd Edition, ISBN 9781932012774 , Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation With Physical Science, 2nd Edition Softcover ISBN 9781932012781

Text cost: Bundled together/new: $67.99 at www.christianbook.com (retail $90.00)

Required Supplies: Simple Calculator

Optional: Audio Recording of the Text on MP3 CD for $24.49. ISBN-13: 978-1-932012-83-5 (recommended for auditory learners)

Fee: $140 fall; $160 spring; lab supplies $35;

Credit: 1 credit of Science with lab

Contact Shari Kaiser

Biology

Honors Biology – Mrs. Sheila Darden, Tutor

Available: All grades

This course is a college-prep biology course that provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general biology. Heavily emphasizing the vocabulary of biology, it provides the student with a strong background in the scientific method, the five-kingdom classification scheme, microscopy, biochemistry, cellular biology, molecular and Mendelian genetics, evolution, dissection, and ecosystems. It also provides a complete survey of the five kingdoms in Creation.

Text: Apologia Exploring Creation with Biology Basic Set (2nd Edition)

Text cost: $60.30 at Christianbook.com

Fee: (lecture and labs) $185 fall; $205 spring; Fall Lab Fee: $45; Spring Lab Fee: $45

Credit: 1 credit of science with lab

Contact Sheila Darden

Chemistry

Chemistry – Mrs. Shari Kaiser, Tutor

Math Prerequisites: successful completion of Algebra 1 (no exceptions)

This college-prep course will include labs and lecture. Students will be expected to prepare lab reports and demonstrate their understanding of covered concepts with closed-book tests. Consistent attendance is required. The text and course are taught from a Christian perspective. This course requires a substantial amount of work to be done by the student at home. The student is expected to check and correct his/her own homework. Parents will be expected to oversee completion of homework and at-home tests. The facilitator  will present each module’s concepts, provide in-class lab time, grade tests and lab reports and provide progress reports. Late homework is not accepted for this class.  This course covers fundamental aspects of chemistry such as the classification of matter, atomic structure, spectroscopy, chemical bonding, molecular geometry, physical change, chemical change, stoichiometry, solutions, ideal gases, acid/base chemistry, reduction/oxidation reactions, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics, and chemical equilibrium. Weaving together concepts and their mathematical applications, the course teaches students how to think as a chemist so they can analyze the major changes that occur in matter.

Texts: Discovering Design with Chemistry Textbook by Jay Wile – published by BereanBuilders ISBN: 978-0-9962784-6-1 Publication date: 2015 Answer Key and Tests for Discovering Design with Chemistry, Softcover ISBN #: 978-0-9962784-7-8

Text cost: Bundled together/new: $65.00 at www.christianbook.com or www.bereanbuilders.com

Required Supplies: Simple scientific calculator – must have parentheses and scientific notation

Fee: (lecture and labs) $200 fall; $225 spring; laboratory supplies $35;

Credit: 1 credit of Science with lab

Contact Shari Kaiser

Physics

Physics – Mrs. Shari Kaiser, Tutor

Prerequisites: Algebra I, Geometry; basic Trigonometry functions

Available: Juniors and Seniors with prerequisites attained.

This college-prep course will include labs and lecture. Students will be expected to prepare lab reports and demonstrate their understanding of covered concepts with closed-book tests. Consistent attendance is required. The text and course are taught from a Christian perspective. This course requires a substantial amount of work to be done by the student at home. The student is expected to check and correct his/her own homework. Parents will be expected to oversee completion of homework and at-home tests. The facilitator will present each module’s concepts, provide in-class lab time, grade tests and lab reports and provide progress reports. Late homework is not accepted for this class. This course provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general physics. Heavily emphasizing vector analysis, this text is ideal preparation for a university-level physics course. It provides the student with a strong background in one-dimensional and two-dimensional motion, Newton’s laws and their application, gravity, work and energy, momentum, periodic motion, waves, optics, electrostatics, electrodynamics, electrical circuits, and magnetism.

Textbook: Exploring Creation with Physics, 2nd Edition by Jay Wile ISBN# 978-1-932012-42-2 (2nd Edition), Publication date: 2004; Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation with Physics, 2nd Edition Softcover ISBN #: 978-1-932012-43-9; Bundled together new: $67.99 at www.christianbook.com

Optional: Audio Text on MP3 CD for $24.49, ISBN-13: 978-1-932012-64-8 (recommended for auditory learners)

Fee: (lecture and labs) $200 fall; $225 spring; $35 lab fee for materials

Credit: 1 credit of Science with lab

Contact Shari Kaiser

Workshops

Shanan Workshops are offered intensively during the week of August 21st.  They can be listed on a transcript as intensive workshops, check with Tutor for hours.

Study Skills

Study Skills – Mrs. Sheila Darden, Tutor

Available: All grades

Date: August 21st and 23rd 2017

Time: 8:30 – 1:00 p.m.

Text: Study Strategies Made Easy; Leslie Davis, Sandi Sirotowitz; Specialty Press Inc.; ISBN: 1-886941-03-3 (Check Amazon for used copies in like new condition.)

Fee: $75

SAT Prep

SAT Prep – Three Leaf Seminars

Date: August 21 2017

Time: 7:30 – 1:00 p.m.

Cost: $140/student $98/student (30% off) – includes student workbook and all seminar handouts

Available:  Ages 12 – 19

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2017 – 2018 Schedule