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E1 (approximately Kindergarten and 1st grade students)

  • Ancient Culturative History (history, art, music, architecture, science, government)
  • Ancient Literature
  • Language Arts (phonics, readings, spelling, handwriting, comprehension, composition)
  • Science (Earth Science including geology, astronomy, meteorology)
  • Math
  • Latin

E2 (approximately 2nd and 3rd grade students)

  • Ancient Culturative History (history, art, music, architecture, science, government)
  • Ancient Literature
  • Language Arts (phonics, readings, spelling, handwriting, comprehension, composition)
  • Science (Earth Science including geology, astronomy, meteorology)
  • Math
  • Latin

E3 (approximately 3rd and 4th grade students)

  • Ancient Culturative History (history, art, music, architecture, science, government)
  • Ancient Literature
  • Language Arts (phonics, readings, spelling, handwriting, comprehension, composition)
  • Science (Earth Science including geology, astronomy, meteorology)
  • Math
  • Latin

 

A Level Students (approximately 5th and 6th grade students)

  • Ancient Culturative History (history, art, music, architecture, science, government)
  • Ancient Literature
  • Science (Earth Science including geology, astronomy, meteorology)
  • Math (5/4, 6/5)
  • Latin

B Level Students (approximately 7th, 8th)

  • Ancient Culturative History (history, art, music, architecture, science, government)
  • Ancient Literature
  • Science (Earth Science including geology, astronomy, meteorology)
  • Math (7/6, Pre-Algebra)
  • Latin

C Level Students (approximately 9th and 10th grade students)

  • Ancient Culturative History (politics, art, music, architecture, science, government)
  • Ancient Literature
  • Science (biology)
  • Math (Math 8/7, Pre-Algebra or Algebra II)
  • Latin II or Logic I or Logic II (Student takes one of the 3 options)

D/E Level Students (approximately 11th and 12th grade students)

  • Ancient Culturative History (politics, philosophy, art, music, architecture, science, government)
  • Ancient Literature
  • Science (biology, chemistry)
  • Math (geometry or Algebra II)
  • Latin III or Logic I or Logic II or Rhetoric (Student takes one of the 3 options)

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