The following academic courses will be offered to ninth through twelfth grades.
Apologia: Advanced Biology | The Human Body - go deeper into systems of the human body as we explore God's greatest creation – man created in His image (Science B - see schedule)
Notgrass: World History 1 & 2 - race through history in 36 weeks, from creation to the microchip, students will discover mankind's past is both guided by God and marred by our unified heart problem as seen through the lens of a biblical worldview.
Literature & Writing
Various Authors & Pieces of Literature from short stories to poetry, from traditional novels to graphic novels. Students will be challenged to critique literary elements and themes while providing engaging insight on how literature both affects and reflects culture. Click to view the 23/24 Reading List
Coding & Robotics
ISA is proud to offer an intermediate/advanced course to coding and robotics using Scratch, Java Script, Arduino C, and Python coding logic. Block-based coding will build and strengthen their understanding of sequencing, conditionals, variables, and more, while gradually transitioning them to text-based coding.
Students will engage in at-home coding practice with homework and suggested projects creating, refining, and engaging with apps. While learning the logic of coding, students will apply these skills to robotic engines and electronic components.
Spanish 1 (Special Interest)
BJU Press: Spanish 1 - combining immersion, conversation, textbook work, and interactive games is the only way to engage new students in learning a foreign language. ISA is thrilled to offer this language course from a amazing educator and native Chilean.
*Florida Law requires a student to be registered in 8th grade or higher to receive high school credit for this course.
Biblical Literature (Special Interest)
Understanding the Bible from a historical perspective is critical for any student. In this comprehensive survey, students will trek through the historical accounts of Biblical literature and bridge the gaps between history and theology.
Mr. Doug Oliver presents the materials in a knowledgeable and creative manner as he teaches students about a topic he is expressly passionate about.
Apologetics & Worldview (Special Interest)
Road Trip To Truth: 1 & 2 - Speaking to others confidently yet respectfully about their faith is the most important skill a young person can develop and sharpen. In this study, students will engage with the acclaimed multi-season video series along with apologetic materials from the Defenders and books like Tactics by Greg Koukl.
The real gem of this class will be the in-class discussions and role-playing as students practice various arguments with each others and analyze the heart of apologetics: their relationship with the other person.
Math Tutoring (Special Interest)
Math is one of the most differentiated subjects among homeschooled students because of its concept-based progression and the ability for students to excel at their own pace.
The purpose of this class is for students to bring their current math work to class and while they are working through Algebra 1 or 2, Geometry or Trig, each student could ask questions and gain confidence in these necessary skills with an expert close at hand for assistance as needed.