1. Economics surveys basic economic topics, focusing on a biblical view of stewardship.
2. American Government analyzes the foundations, levels and branches of American government with special emphasis on the US Constitution.Writing & Grammar 12 reviews the writing process as well as grammar and mechanics.
3. British Literature traces chronologically through British literature from the 700s to the present, focusing on four major literary periods: the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Age of Revolution, and the Age of Reform.
4. Pre-calculus is a continuation of topics covered in Algebra 2, including trigonometry, polynomials, functions and their inverses, equations, and complex numbers.
5. Physics introduces classical mechanics, periodic motion and wave theory, quantum physics, nuclear physics, and more.
6. Vocabulary Vocabulary: Level F (3rd ed.) explores the way word meanings change over time and introduces more vocabulary borrowed from other languages. Students will practice determining word meaning from context and demonstrate knowledge of common word roots.
7. Bible 12How Firm a Foundation introduces the student to how we got our Bible, how we know which books belong in the Bible, and how the Bible was transmitted and translated. It focuses on inspiration, canonicity, and authority.God and His Ways presents the five key aspects of systematic theology (God, man, Christ, salvation, and the church) in the context of everyday living.In God’s Presence presents the principles of music as they relate to God's holiness. It uses a study of Chronicles to illustrate the nature of music and to show how Scripture guides musical choices.