The Language Arts will expand upon knowledge of classics, read and respond to a varied range of poetic forms, write frequently, producing a variety of works, including reports, essays, short stories, poems, narratives, journal entries, and letters.
The Mathematics will cover many topics from the number theory, ratio and percent/fractions and decimals, mathematical operations, and measurements.
Topics covered at the History and Geography program are; The Rebirth of Greek and Roman Classicism, European History to the Glorious Revolution, The Age of Exploration, and many other topics.
The Science program will cover the atomic theory, major types of chemical bonds and reactions, compare and contrast structure and function of typical plant and animal cells, survey the science of evolution and many other topics.
Students enrolled at the Art Program will use knowledge of art elements and principles of design to produce a wide range of creative artworks.
Health and Physical Education will help students know basic first-aid procedures for common injuries, be familiar with the elements of good nutrition, and personal hygiene.