Science

 Sciences


The Art of Science is a fluid discussion of all branches of science that find commonality in one Creator and in their development through history.  Therefore, courses of science explore history, philosophy, and biblical application of the sciences.

Dialectic (Grades 7-9)

Introduction to Chemistry and Physics

Designed for Dialectic students (7-9 grade) to explore the discovery of matter and the laws of Creation through the past 2000 years. Students are guided through the fundamentals of atomic structure, energy, the universe and the fundamental laws that describe them.

This course work is generally suitable for students who have basic algebra and geometry skills. This is an excellent introductory course for the foundations of Rhetoric level sciences.

This course has an experimental lab and lecture components.

#Physical Science #Chemistry #Earth Science

Autumn and Spring

Stewardship 

Designed for Dialectic students (7-9 grade) to explore the revelation of God through creation and pursue their calling as His stewards.  Course work includes ecology, life sciences, and the organisms of Creation- while exploring the structure of the earth and the universe. As students learn how God as ordered Creation, they are challenged to understand the nature of God and His requirements of them to care for His creation.

This course work is suitable for students who have basic Grammar school science skills. This is an excellent introductory course for the foundations of Rhetoric level sciences.

This course has an experimental lab and lecture components.

Autumn and Spring

#Biology #Earth Science #Life Science

 

Rhetoric (Grade 10-12)

Nutrition

Designed for Rhetoric students (10-12 grade) to explore cell and organ processes through biochemistry and nutrition science. Course work is designed to engage students in the functions of cells and biblical stewardship of the body via food and medication.

This course work is generally suitable for students who have a basic understanding of chemistry and biology.

This course has an experimental lab and lecture components.

Spring

#Biology #Chemistry #Anatomy and Physiology

Chemistry

Designed for Rhetoric students (10-12 grade) to explore atomic structure, the periodic table, and chemical reactions. Course work is designed to develop the students understanding of chemistry on the atomic level and on the macroscopic level through application studies in cooking, forensics, and art.

This course work is generally suitable for students who have a moderate understanding of algebra and biology.

This course has an experimental lab and lecture components.

Autumn and Spring

#Chemistry

Physics

Designed for Rhetoric students (10-12 grade) to explore forces, motion, and energy – and the development of Scientific Laws through history.  Course work is designed to integrate an understanding of biology, environmental science, and chemistry through the broader concepts of physics.

This course work is generally suitable for students who have a moderate understanding of algebra and trigonometry. (This course does not explore advanced mathematical studies of Physics)

This course has an experimental lab and lecture components.

Autumn and Spring

Anatomy and Physiology 

Designed for Rhetoric students (10-12 grade) to explore the structure and function of the human body. Course work focuses on the created design and function of the body, discussing pathology, medical ethics, healthcare, and biochemistry.

This course work is generally suitable for students who have a moderate understanding of biology and chemistry.

This course has an experimental lab and lecture components.

Autumn 

#Biology #Chemistry #Anatomy and Physiology