5-6 Classes that are listed as full will have a section 2 on the schedule and will be taught by Brooke Miller.  You can check the Teacher page for her Bio. Both Sections of each subject will use the same curriculum.

5-6 Literature
Teacher: Sarah Oden (Section 1) Brook Miller (Section 2)
Description:  A fun and thoughtful Introduction to Literature class.  This course is designed to get the intermediate-age student familiar with the elements of literature, literary terms, and devices, while still perfecting their comprehension skills with increasingly difficult text. They will read a variety of genres and learn about plot structure and character development while practicing the art of conversation with fellow students.  The following genres will be read this year: memoir, realistic fiction, mystery, and science fiction.  A nonfiction unit will be incorporated to focus on text structures and text features.
In-class activities and projects will extend their experience with each novel.  Elements of IEW’s Teaching the Classics will be incorporated.  Whether you have an avid reader or a reluctant one, this class is intended to excite and encourage a deeper appreciation of literature.
Text: Comprehension Plus, Level E, Student Workbook, Modern Curriculum Press
Novels:  No Summit Out of Sight by Jordan Romero,  Rules by Cynthia Lord,  The100-Year-Old Secret: The Sherlock Files #1 by Tracy Barrett, and The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart. 
A short story collection will be provided by the teacher.
Copy/Supply Fee: $25
Tuition Fee: $345.00 per year/$34.50 per month

5-6 Writing and Grammar
Teacher: Sarah Oden (Section 1) Brooke Miller (Section 2)
Description: Beginning with laying a firm foundation of solid paragraph construction, students will strengthen their academic writing skills brick by brick.  They will compose narrative, descriptive, explanatory, informative, and creative writing.  Various stylistic techniques will be taught and incorporated throughout the year. Research skills including keywording and outlining will be taught as well.  As their experience and confidence grows, they will progress from single “power paragraphs” to five-paragraph essays. Grammar instruction centers around solidifying the parts of speech along with proper usage and mechanics.
Text: Easy Grammar: Grade 6, Student Workbook
Copy/Supply Fee: $25
Tuition Fee: $345.00 per year/$34.50 per month

5-6 Science
Teacher:  Holly Hood (Section 1) Brooke Miller (Section 2)
Description: Your fifth and sixth grader will explore earth science, physical science, life science, human body and more. Hands-on activities bring the concepts to life. We will seek to better understand God's world through class discussion, fun hands-on activities, experiments and review games. Chapter quizzes will be given in class to keep the kids accountable and on target.
Text: Science 5, BJU PRESS 4th edition, Text and activity manual, **quiz and test booklet is optional for at home use
Supply/Copy Fee: $30 per student per year
Tuition Fee: $345.00 per year/$34.50 per month

5-6 World History
Teacher: Kristen Brown (Section 1) Brooke Miller (Section 2)
Description: This class will study World History from a Christian worldview, using Notgrass From Adam to Us Part 2: Castles to Computers. Our study will start in 1301 and continue to current events. We will explore the Early Renaissance, Revolutions, and Quests for Freedom. Along the way, we will read short biographies on people of the world. We will read from the textbook and look at beautiful illustrations and photography. We will incorporate mapping, as well as fun worksheets and discussion questions.
Text:  From Adam to Us Part 2: Castles to Computers, From Adam to Us Map book, From Adam to Us Student Workbook. (You may need the Student Lesson Plan, but I will let you know this for)
sure before the class begins)
Copy Fee: $25
Tuition Fee: $345.00 per year/$34.50 per month

5-6 Visual "Artz" 
Teacher:  Mary Johnson
Description: Every class is filled with age-appropriate hands-on activities that broaden art knowledge. Students discover that each artist has a unique and distinctive style including themselves!  We believe it is important to introduce students to many different mediums and various techniques so they have the skills needed to express their creativity. This course covers a wide variety of projects including acrylic, tempera and watercolor painting, clay sculpting, graphite, colored pencil and pastel drawing, multimedia collaging and a few surprises! We also study and recreate famous works of art.  
Join us for a year filled with art activities, projects and fun! The Supply/Copy fee covers all art materials for each class.  Grades are based on classroom attendance and participation.  This course does not regularly utilize Engrade. 
Maximum:  14 students
Supply/Copy Fee:  $35.00 (includes all supplies)
Tuition Fee: $345.00 per year/$34.50 per month

5-6 Spanish
Teacher: Lucy Gregory 
Description: Students are introduced to the Spanish language in a fun, interactive and educational way. Your child will practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing the language as he or she learns more about Spanish vocabulary, grammar, and culture. Built-in flashcards are part of each page. The back of each worktext page includes a dictation exercise, a Bible verse, a Bible truth, a Bible song, or a recipe from a country emphasized in the unit. This class is a wonderful way to engage your child into loving the Spanish language. 
Text:  BJU, Pasaporte al Español: Worktext Step 5
Copy Fee: $10
Tuition Fee: $345.00 per year/$34.50 per month