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Logic Stage Curriculum

Logic Stage (7—9)


Logic Stage Curriculum.jpgTheology: Student will learn the basics of theology. Students will be taught the Bible is the inspired Word of God through the Holy Spirit. It is the basis of all Christian belief and practice. Students will also learn sound principles of biblical interpretation. Finally, students will study the major areas of theology (e.g., God’s being and creation, anthropology, Christ’s person and work, the means of grace, the church, the sacraments and eschatology). All of this instruction will be consistent with the school’s statement of faith, and students will be challenged to apply biblical truth to their life.


Literature: Students will become familiar with the common cultural consensus of our western world – the body of thought, belief, and imagination that encompasses western education. We must be familiar with western culture to understand and influence our culture properly. Students will gain understanding of great ideas expressed through literature. Finally, students will learn to appreciate the beauty of language and literature. We must learn to discern beauty in order to glorify Him in our world, and exposure to great literature is one of the best means to do so.


History: Students will learn to discern the providential acts of God. They will study leaders of our culture, of our nation and most importantly, of God. Students will learn about the consequences of their action through the actions of our predecessors. The aim is that the student gains wisdom to avoid the sins of the past and to instill godliness in future generations.


Logic: Student will learn to think rightly. They will understand formal logic, the study of syllogism and propositions, and informal logic, the study of the informal fallacies. They will understand how to apply logic to all new encountered information. Finally, students will be taught to see the logical nature of God and will glorify Him for this reason.


Math: Students will master basic mathematics and solve complex equations with single and multiple variables. Students will be able to solve proofs of Geometry and will be able to solve problems using trigonometric functions. Through the study of mathematics,a student will be taught to glorify God, His order and the order that exists in nature.


Sciences: Students will gain an understanding of general science, the sciences of life (biology, anatomy & physiology, and marine biology), chemistry and physics. They will become acquainted with the system of inductive thought by using the scientific method. The student will learn to distinguish God’s glory by studying His creation.


Classical Language (Latin): Students will gain greater understanding of English grammar and more quickly learn modern foreign languages through the study of classical language. A student will learn to master the English language. Students will be taught to read the great works of antiquity in the original language.


Modern Foreign Language (Spanish): For students who study modern foreign language, they will learn to communicate with people of other nationalities. Students will gain a mastery of the language’s grammar and syntax. They will also learn to interact with and enjoy literature written in that language and other cultures.

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