Eleventh Grade

Eleventh Grade

Meet the teachers

Kathy Totaro
11th Grade
Stefanie Moore
11th Grade

What will my child learn?

  • Bible
  • English
  • Math
  • Reading
  • Computer
  • History
  • Physics
  • Science
  • Fine Arts

Bible

  • Total Credits: 1
  • Click here for a complete outline of our bible curriculum.

English

  • Academic English, Total Credits: 1
    • Literature - Our textbook covers from Beowulf to modern British authors. We read classic novels during the year focusing on British authors and one French author. Some of the novels include Frankenstein, The Count of Monte Cristo, and A Tale of Two Cities.
    • Vocabulary - 400 cumulative vocabulary words are taught throughout the year
    • Writing - Writing assignments are varied with many assignments based on literature stories or novels read throughout the year. The assignments include a research paper, compare/contrast essay, application essay, character analysis, poetry, and novel projects. Some grammar is taught.
  • Honors English, Total Credits: 1
    • 400 vocabulary words with a cumulative test at the end of the year.
    • Focuses on British Literature.
    • Reading of at least eight novels during the year focusing on British authors and we read one French novel.
    • The text covers British literature from Beowulf to modern English writers. At least eight novels are read. Novels include The Count of Monte Cristo, The Great Divorce, The Picture of Dorian Gray, A Tale of Two Cities and Frankenstein. This class also covers a book on the short story.
    • Writing assignments include the writing of a ten page short story, extensive analysis of short stories, a novel project and various other assignments.
    • This class requires an extensive amount of work outside of the classroom. Some grammar is taught.

Math

  • Academic Pre-Calculus, Total Credits: 1
    • Students will learn the basics of geometry including vocabulary and theorems, completing formal proofs, relationships between figures ranging from one to three dimensional space. Polygons will be used throughout the course with an emphasis on triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles. In addition, students will periodically review basic algebra concepts to maintain skills from previous years.
  • Practical Math or Honors Trigonometry
    • Numeration
    • Whole Number Computation
    • Decimal Computation
    • Statistics
    • Fractions
    • Fraction Computation
    • Measurement
    • Ratio and Proportion
    • Percent
    • Probability
    • Geometry
    • Perimeter, Area and Volume
    • Rational Numbers
    • Equations
  • Honors Trigonometry

Computer

  • Microsoft Office
    • Word
    • Excel
    • PowerPoint
    • Access
  • Web Design using Macromedia Dreamweaver
    • HTML
    • Basic web programming
  • Business Computer
  • Adobe Photoshop

World History II, Honors World History II, AP History

  • Total Credits: 1
  • Study of World History from the 1600's through the present
  • Topics Covered:
    • The Enlightened World: Pursuit of power in Europe, Age of Reason, American & French Revolutions
    • The European World: Industrialization, European society and expansion
    • The Modern World: The Great War, discontentment and experimentation, Second World War, Cold War era
    • Present day & current events

Physics

  • Total Credits: 1
  • Linear Motion
  • Projectile Motion
  • Newton’s Three Laws of Motion
  • Potential and Kinetic Energy
  • Thermodynamics
  • Waves
  • Sound
  • Light
  • Color
  • Electric Currents
  • Magnetism

Science

  • Academic Chemistry
    • Planet Earth
    • Change in the Biosphere
    • Ecosystem Biomes
    • Human Populations
    • Feeding the World
    • Energy from Organic Fuels
    • Nuclear Energy
    • Alternative Energy Sources
    • Land Pollution
    • Water Pollution
    • Habitat Destruction
    • Sustainable Future
  • Advanced Placement Environmental Science
    • The goal of the AP Environmental Science course is to provide students with the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world, to identify and analyze environmental problems both natural and human-made, to evaluate the relative risks associated with these problems, and to examine alternative solutions for resolving and/or preventing them.
  • Course Themes

Fine Art

  • Band
  • Choir
  • Hand bells
  • Music theory
  • Private instrumental lessons available
  • Click here to learn more about our music program
  • Click here to learn more about our art program