Technology 8 will develop students’ understanding of the concepts of making word documents using Microsoft Word and power point presentations using Microsoft Power Point. The course is intended to be informative and applicable. The work involved is to be done in class only. Students should have a prior knowledge of how to navigate their way through the computer with limited use of Microsoft Word. The course meets two periods each week for the entire school year. Students will use Microsoft Word to write their 8th grade devotionals for a book they will be doing in bible class

Math builds on the Math 7 foundation.  Students work with integer exponents and scientific notation, the concepts of congruence and similarity.  Considerable time will be spent working with linear equation and functions.  An introduction to irrational numbers will be included as time allows.  Students should further develop an appreciation for the order in creation that God has given in His Word and organizational skills continue to be emphasized.  Scripture is used in challenging students in their work and behavior.  The class meets one period each day.

Technology 8 will develop students’ understanding of the concepts of making word documents using Microsoft Word and power point presentations using Microsoft Power Point. The course is intended to be informative and applicable. The work involved is to be done in class only. Students should have a prior knowledge of how to navigate their way through the computer with limited use of Microsoft Word. The course meets two periods each week for the entire school year. Students will use Microsoft Word to write their 8th grade devotionals for a book they will be doing in bible class

Social Studies 8 is the culmination of a two-year study of American history. Beginning with the Civil War and continuing until the present day, the course focuses primarily on historical events and their effects in shaping our nation today. Biblical themes such as God’s provision, sovereignty, and protection, as well as our responsibilities as Christian citizens, are emphasized throughout the course of study. The class meets for forty minutes every day.

Algebra I focuses on the development of students' algebra skills such as working with polynomials, linear and quadratic equations, probability, and statistics.  A significant amount of time is spent on graphing lines, parabolas, absolute value and exponential functions, solving systems of equations both algebraically and by graphing, and solving word problems algebraically.  Biblical truth is emphasized throughout and application is frequently made relating to behavior and work ethic.  The awesomeness of God is noted in mathematical concepts being studied.