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English Skills:

Our language arts classes are designed to be taken in order,  to give the student the best chance to master writing success while keeping classes flowing in an interesting, non-threatening order.  However, as with all SRVS classes, you can take them in any order you choose as long as you meet any prerequisites of the class and are able to keep up with the content.

Writing Portion-
Creative Writing 101:

The writing portion of this course includes a video enhanced class featuring teacher and student interaction! This engages the visual learner and makes learning come alive! This course is based upon the teachings of Rosie Watson, author of "The Wonder of Words." Rosie's gentle approach will make even the most reluctant writer become 'inspired'.

The purpose of this class is to instill a  love to write, and a love of words, within each student.  There are no dreaded grammar lessons in this class. This course serves to promote creativity in your child while teaching basic writing skills.

Students learn to love words and use colorful words.
Students become excited about the art of writing!
Students make up stories about what happened in a photo.
Students use comic strips to create characters.
Students write their own poetry and learn poetry forms.


Vocabulary Portion- 

We use vocabulary words that will not only teach the student a wider vocabulary, but will  help prepare them for high school and college.  Each English course will teach the student over 150 new words.  The way we present the words is awesome --  we use pictures along with the definitions.  Visualizing the words helps the student more easily memorize the words and their meanings. 

Assignments include analogies, synonyms & antonyms, definition memory, matching, fill in the blank, sentence usage, and much more. Regular review assignments promote mastery while training for the SAT and college exams.

Literature Portion- 

Each middle school course requires the student to read  literature (2 novels) and a wide variety of short stories.  The type of literature will be assigned and a book selection provided.  Each novel is on a middle school reading level and is teacher approved. The student will choose a novel from the selection provided.  Students will complete book report forms for their finished novels.  The literature portion teaches report writing and reading comprehension, and of course promotes a love of reading!

A student may complete this class at his or her own pace. A Pace Chart will be provided as a tool for those who prefer to finish the course in the standard 36-week school year time frame. However, students (and parents) may create the pace best suited for the student. If you need or want additional time, you may take it.  

 

 

 
English Language and Composition:

A first course in English for high school level students. 

We highly suggest all high school students begin in this course!

Writing Portion- This writing course has a large grammar component- the essentials to understanding effective writing.  It is a very good high school level course to start with for students working at any high school level, and it is an excellent review before moving on to the next course.  

The purpose of this class is to help the student develop a love for writing while learning basic writing skills and developing strong grammar usage. Using timed creative writing prompts, written lesson plans, and student-completed assignments, this class offers an advanced multimodal teaching approach that will engage most learners.

The first few lessons may seem simple- they will progress quickly. 

Vocabulary Portion-  We use vocabulary words that will not only teach the student a wider vocabulary but will  help prepare them for the SAT.  Each English course will teach the student 180 new words.  The way we present the words is awesome--  using pictures along with the definitions.  Visualizing the words helps the student more easily memorize the words and their meanings. 

Assignments include analogies, synonyms & antonyms, definition memory, matching, fill in the blank, sentence usage, and much more. Regular review assignments promote mastery while training for the SAT and college exams.

Literature Portion-  Each English course requires the student to read a variety of literature (6 novels).  The type of literature will be assigned (fiction, biography, etc.) and a book selection provided.  Each novel is on a high school reading level and is teacher approved. The student will choose a novel from the selection provided.  Students will complete book report forms, book reports, and reviews for their finished novels.  The literature portion teaches report writing and reading comprehension, and of course promotes a love for reading!

A student may complete this class at his or her own pace. A Pace Chart will be provided as a tool for those who prefer to finish the course in the standard 36-week school year time frame. However, students (and parents) may create the pace best suited for the student. If you need or want additional time you may take it.   

We have used this exact course in classroom teaching and its effectiveness has been applauded.  Students who have completed this course have greatly improved their writing ability and vocabulary usage and knowledge-- and on top of it, their testing scores have risen significantly.   

Highly suggested course!

 
English Composition and Literary Forms:

Traditional 10th grade skill level course in English for high school level students. 

Writing Portion-

Students should have a basic understanding and working knowledge of grammar and be able to successfully write a complete and accurate sentence.  An understanding of basic writing elements is a necessity. 

This section of the course focuses on writing - and developing - the love and passion to write.  Each lesson will begin with a timed writing prompt to spark creativity.  Each lesson will cover a specific topic.  The assignments associated with that lesson will allow for review and mastery of the material covered while giving plenty of writing and revision opportunities. 

The writing is demanding.  Students will be completing essay-type assignments with most lessons. 

Overview Of Class:

Six Writing Traits

Modes of Writing:  Descriptive, Narrative, Expository, Persuasive

Write Myths, Fables, Fairytales, Tall Tales

Topic Sentences, Thesis

Essay Writing including the Five-Paragraph Essay

Vocabulary Portion-  We use vocabulary words that will not only give  students a wider vocabulary, but will also help prepare them for the SAT.  Each English course will teach the student 180 new words.  The way we present the words is awesome--  using pictures along with the definitions.  Visualizing the words helps the student more easily memorize the words and their meanings. 

Assignments include analogies, synonyms & antonyms, definition memory, matching, fill in the blank, sentence usage, and much more. Regular review assignments promote mastery while training for the SATs and college exams.

Literature Portion-  Each English course requires the student to read a variety of literature (6 novels).  The type of literature will be assigned (fiction, biography, etc.) and a book selection provided.  Each novel is on a high school reading level and teacher approved.  The student will choose a novel from the selection provided.  Students will complete book report forms, book reports, and reviews for their finished novels.  The literature portion teaches report writing and reading comprehension, and of course promotes a love for reading!

Students may complete this class at their own pace. A Pace Chart will be provided as a tool for those who prefer to finish the course in the standard 36-week school year time frame. However, students (and parents) may create the pace best suited for the student. If you need or want additional time you may take it.   

We have used this exact course in classroom teaching and its effectiveness has been applauded.  Students who have completed this course have greatly improved their writing ability and vocabulary usage and knowledge -- and on top of it, their testing scores have risen significantly.   

Highly suggested course!

 
English Elements:

Our language arts classes are designed to be taken in order,  to give the student the best chance to master writing success while keeping classes flowing in an intersting non-threatening order.  However, as with all SRVS classes, you can take them in the order you choose as long as you meet any prerequisites of the class and are able to keep up with the content. 

This diversified and challenging course includes: 

Writing Portion
We use our Fantastic Fiction writing course in this course which includes everything  to guide students toward writing their own original works of fiction. Although our classes may be taken in any order, we do suggest this as the last middle school level class.  

The creative writing portion improves critical reading skills and gives students an improved ability to analyze the masterful writing techniques used by famous authors. When they finish the course, many students are better able to understand what they have read and engage in intelligent, thoughtful discussions about the author they are studying.

Vocabulary Portion-  We use vocabulary words that will not only teach the student a wider vocabulary but will  help prepare them for the SAT.  Each English course will teach the student over 150 new words.  The way we present the words is awesome -- using pictures along with the definitions.  Visualizing the words helps the student more easily memorize the words and their meanings. 

Assignments include analogies, synonyms & antonyms, definition memory, matching, fill in the blank, sentence usage, and much more. Regular review assignments promote mastery while training for the SAT and college exams.

Literature Portion-  Each middle school course requires the student to read  literature (2 novels) and a wide variety of short stories.  The type of literature will be assigned and a book selection provided.  Each novel is on a middle school reading level and is teacher approved. The student will choose a novel from the selection provided.  Students will complete book report forms for their finished novels.  The literature portion teaches report writing and reading comprehension, and of course promotes a love of reading!

A student may complete this class at his or her own pace. A Pace Chart will be provided as a tool for those who prefer to finish the course in the standard 36-week school year time frame. However, students (and parents) may create the pace best suited for the student. If you need or want additional time, you may take it.   

 

 
English Essentials:

 

This diversified and challenging course includes: 

 

Writing Portion
This course is designed for anyone working at a 6th to 8th grade writing skill level.

Our language arts classes are designed to be taken in order, to give the student the best chance to master writing success while keeping classes flowing in an intersting non-threatening order.  However, as with all SRVS classes, you can take them in the order you choose as long as you meet any prerequisites of the class and are able to keep up with the content. 

 

Vocabulary Portion
We use vocabulary words that will not only teach the student a wider vocabulary but will  help prepare them for the SAT.  Each English course will teach the student over 150 new words.  The way we present the words is awesome -- using pictures along with the definitions.  Visualizing the words helps the student more easily memorize the words and their meanings. 

Assignments include analogies, synonyms & antonyms, definition memory, matching, fill in the blank, sentence usage, and much more. Regular review assignments promote mastery while training for the SAT and college exams.

Literature Portion
Each middle school course requires the student to read  literature (2 novels) and a wide variety of short stories.  The type of literature will be assigned and a book selection provided.  Each novel is on a middle school reading level and is teacher approved. The student will choose a novel from the selection provided.  Students will complete book report forms for their finished novels.  The literature portion teaches report writing and reading comprehension, and of course promotes a love of reading!

A student may complete this class at his or her own pace. A Pace Chart will be provided as a tool for those who prefer to finish the course in the standard 36-week school year time frame. However, students (and parents) may create the pace best suited for the student. If you need or want additional time, you may take it.   

 

 

 
English Literature and Composition:

This class will offer a strong review of all concepts and material from previous Language Arts courses and will quickly delve into more advanced writing.

This course includes dialogue writing, modes of writing, analytical writing, book report and book review writing, observation reports, advanced grammar, and much more. It focuses on the writing and reading comprehension portions of the SAT.   

This course will prepare the student for the SAT exam and Advanced Placement Tests for College.  This is a high-level writing course for motivated, college-bound students who are ready for a challenge.  High school reading level a must, and students should have a strong desire to write like a pro!

This exact course is used in our on-site classrooms with our 11th and 12th grade level students.

Schedule your course load early and prepare for this challenging class. 

 
English Foundations:

Language Arts Course

 
Language Arts 4:
 
Science
 
Anatomy and Physiology:

This course is a challenging and exciting introduction to the Human Body at a High School Level.  It is a comprehensive Anatomy & Physiology course, designed for the 9th-12th grade skill level student. 

This full-year course is a study of human anatomy and physiology. It includes a systematic review of the integument, skeletal, muscular, nervous, reproductive, endocrine, digestive, immune, and circulatory systems. Labs involving comparative studies of cells, tissues, and organs are incorporated into the curriculum to supplement and enhance learning.  Labs involving the diagnosis of patients will be performed.  In addition, current topics in the fields of medicine and health will be researched using the Internet and other media.

Very little writing is required, but factual memorization is a must.  For students completing the course in 18 weeks or less, high school honors credit will be given, if requested.  Otherwise, the course is worth one traditional high school credit.  This material is demanding, so we suggest you take your time with this course.

 Materials Needed: Notecards, Medical Dictionary

 
Amazing World of Insects:

This course is a fun look at insects for the beginning level science student. What makes a "bug" an insect? What kind of eyes do they have? Where do insects live? We will answer these questions and more. This Video enhanced class is a great unit for the summer, or anytime your science curriculum needs some unit study fun for a month or two!

Each lesson in this 10 lesson study is followed by approximately three assignments that are either multiple choice, T/F, fill in the blanks, matching, short answers to type in the box, or an activity that can be done in your back-yard, home, or school.  An "Insect Journal" is required to jot down notes about insects the student will observe. There is very little writing required,  so this course can be taken by young elementary students without frustration. Older elementary students will find the facts and activities fascinating and fun!

Lesson Reading Level: 4th grade

This course is appropriate for 2nd-6th grades, depending on the child's prior science experience. (See demo lessons/assignments to get a feel for the class.)

Items required:  3-ring binder to use as "Insect Journal", Insect field guide, magnifying glass

 

Other Recommended Items: Insect kit, butterfly kit, microscope, Ant farm

  

 
Nature and Science:

This is a unique science class featuring a video teaching lesson as well as written segment in every lesson! Watch our professor interact with students and cover interesting topics from a broad scope of subjects like:

     -- The Nature of Sound
     -- Atoms and molecules
     -- Louis Pasteur
     -- Antibodies
     -- Magnets
     -- Arthropods
     -- Amphibians
     -- Reptiles
     -- Arachnids
     -- Anthony Leeuwenhoek

     -- Powers of Ten


     --
and much, much more.  Hands on project/labs round out a fun filled course to engage students of all ages.

Meet Professor Doug's hissing cockroach from Madagascar, Millie the Millipede, and his Timber Rattlesnake!  But it's not just about animals.  Who is Anthony Leeuwenhoek and what are "animalcules?"  How do magnets work? How do insects hear if they have no ears?  What is the strongest shape?

A written lesson follows each video along with t/f, multiple choice, fill-in-the blank, and matching types of assignments. Occasional writing in the text box type answers are required, but there are no major papers, so young learner will not be over-whelmed.

Great for all ages in Elementary and Middle School students who need a simple approach to pique their interest in science.  (See demos if you are not sure of grade appropriateness.)

 
Forensics:

One of the most popular classes we offer! Welcome to the world of forensic science.  This is one of the fastest growing topics for high school programs.  This course will allow you, the student, the opportunity to develop and extend your scientific skills and processes through problem-based learning. You will engage in activities that will relate to other subject areas such as: biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, sociology, archaeology, anthropology, anatomy, health, and writing. This course will relate the above subject areas to real-life applications of criminal investigations.

Students taking this as a teacher-led class have ranged in ages from 8-19, but it is specifically designed for middle to high school students.   

This course will expose the student to areas of forensics while teaching terms and real-life application.  Fingerprinting, chromatology, blood spatter, entomology, eyewitness analysis and more will be covered in this class. Each lesson has a video presentation of the real Forensic teacher presenting the information-- it's as if your student is right there in the classroom! This is an exciting feature that will engage even the most stubborn learners.

This is an 18 lesson course that can be completed at your own pace. It can be used for 1/2 high school science or elective credit. 

 

 

 

 
Learning Curves: The Science of Motorsport:
 

          What is Learning Curves: The Science of Motorsport?

Learning Curves: The Science of Motorsport aims to use the powerful and high-velocity tool of racing to reach students of all ages and enhance their knowledge and understanding of science and industry in the world around them.  Students all across the nation and beyond will be able to take advantage of the bold, colorful, and engaging interactions brought to life by industry experts, with the help of multimedia presentations, as well as lessons learned from the cars themselves, providing highlights and insights into the unbreakable link between science and racing. 

 

This course was developed and is taught by Jeff Easterling, who in addition to having spent over a decade in science education, also has spent the last 7 years heavily involved in the motorsport industry in many different capacities.  Jeff currently co-owns P1 Groupe, a Motorsport Management company that works with drivers, teams, and manufacturers from all across the globe (http://www.p1groupe.com/).

 

Join Solid Rock Virtual School on a high-speed course that will educate and excite you all at the same time!

 

Subject Matter

Program content will focus on the students gaining understanding of three main areas, each with sub categories, with more to come:

 

THE SCIENCES:

O      Physics

O      Chemistry

O      Mathematics

 

THE CAR:

O      Aerodynamics

O      Engine Development

O      Vehicle Dynamics (Chassis/Suspension)

O      Tire Development

 

INDUSTRY RELEVANCE:

O      The passing on of technology from the racetrack to the road

O      Environmental Solutions

O      Safety

O      Alternative fuels

 
Pre-Med I- Basic Examination of the Human Body:

If you are considering the medical field or are curious about it, this is a great course to explore the possibilities! This course is an exciting introduction into the medical field. Geared for a middle school reading level or above, this course offers a truly unique and interesting way to earn a science credit. This is a very hands-on course -- perfect for the kinesthetic learner!

Hands-on projects give the student a genuine practical understanding of the medical field while teaching various techniques used by real doctors. Assignments allow regular review and promote mastery of the subject.  The lessons give the student the information necessary to move on with understanding.  Video is incorporated to offer a visual component.  Even if you are not a pre-med student, this is an exciting way to do science! 

Student kits come with real medical equipment that students will use for their projects/labs.  Once they get their hands in it, they will not want to stop!  Students will complete experiments and projects on a regular basis. This course focuses heavily on hands-on projects, labs, and experiments - the "things" that real doctors do. 

PLEASE NOTE:  The students get so excited about this course that they may not want to do anything but science!  You should also be willing to be a patient or participant when needed. 
The Reproductive System is covered, so maturity is expected. 

This course is worth one traditional middle or high school credit, completed at your pace.  To earn an honors credit, the course must be completed in less than 18 weeks.   

This is not a standard human body course. It is a 'one-of-a-kind' course offered only at SRVS. Get ready for learning you will never forget!   

 
Extreme Science:

Even the most stubborn learner will be engaged with this amazing science class. Where else do things explode right in front of you and you get to watch? Join Jeff Easterling on a whacky ride as our unconventional professor makes science come alive!  

Watch as he teaches you and the rest of the class many cool topics with HANDS-ON experiments that light up, explode, and electrify!

 LABS INCLUDED

LESSON TOPICS INCLUDE:

-Electricity    -Newton    -Physics    -Polymers     -Weather

-Chemistry    -Fire    -Comets    -Dry Ice    -Buoyancy   -Hurricanes

-Solar System    -Aerodynamics    -Hot Air Balloons   -Volcanoes   -Earthquakes

and much, much more!

THIS IS A SURE WINNER FOR YOUR SCIENCE CREDIT WITH A LAB!

 

 
Pre-Med II- How to Stitch Up Wounds:

Whether your student is interested in the medical field or just wants a fun and amazing science course, this class is sure to please! Videos enhance and engage even the most stubborn learner. Suturing kit is great for hands-on activities that will stimulate the kinesthetic learner.
Written by Dr. Sheepers and exclusively available here at SRVS!

Worth one traditional credit.

 

Requirements: Suturing Kit

 
Forensic Science:

One of the most popular classes we offer! Welcome to the world of forensic science.  This is one of the fastest growing topics for high school programs.  This course will allow you, the student, the opportunity to develop and extend your scientific skills and processes through problem-based learning. You will engage in activities that will relate to other subject areas such as: biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, sociology, archaeology, anthropology, anatomy, health, and writing. This course will relate the above subject areas to real-life applications of criminal investigations.

Students taking this as a teacher-led class in our physical location have ranged in ages from 12-19. However, it is specifically designed for upper middle to high school students.   

This course will expose the student to areas of forensics while teaching terms and real-life application.  Fingerprinting, chromatography, blood spatter, entomology, eyewitness analysis and more will be covered in this class. Most lessons have a video presentation of the real Forensic teacher presenting the information.  It's as if your student is right there in the classroom! This is an exciting feature that will engage even the most stubborn learners. Project/Labs follow each lesson for hands-on learning!

This is an 36+ lesson course that can be completed at your own pace. It can be used for 1 high school science (with a lab) or elective credit. 

 

 

 

 
Paramedicine:

This course has been designed for students interested in a career in medicine, specifically those interested in emergency medicine. Students will be introduced to medical terminology, anatomy, medical equipment used in emergency medicine, basic pharmacology and basic & advanced patient assessment and treatment skills. This course includes a variety of emergency medical specialties (i.e.; trauma, obstetrics, respiratory, cardiac and causes of coma). Students will also learn basic EKG interpretation & treatment of emergency cardiac rhythms.

The course consists of written lessons, quizzes and instructional videos. Students will also have an opportunity to practice hands-on skills labs. We even have a few live workshops and demonstrations through you year, you are invited to attend if you'd like. 

This course is a favorite amongst students in our live classroom and our virtual school.  This course is a must for emergency medical enthusiast! 

 
Space and Astronomy:

Details coming soon

 
Environmental Science 2:
 
Environmental Science2:
 
Environmental Science:

Even the most stubborn learner will be engaged with this amazing science class. Where else do things explode right in front of you and you get to watch? Join Jeff Easterling on a whacky ride as our unconventional professor makes science come alive!  

Watch as he teaches you and the rest of the class many cool topics with HANDS-ON experiments that light up, explode, and electrify!

 LABS INCLUDED

LESSON TOPICS INCLUDE:

-Electricity    -Newton    -Physics    -Polymers     -Weather

-Chemistry    -Fire    -Comets    -Dry Ice    -Buoyancy   -Hurricanes

-Solar System    -Aerodynamics    -Hot Air Balloons   -Volcanoes   -Earthquakes

and much, much more!

THIS IS A SURE WINNER FOR YOUR SCIENCE CREDIT WITH A LAB!

 

 
Math
 
Middle School Geometry:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

MS Geometry Curriculum includes 58 concepts:

  • Angles and Triangles (13 concepts)
  • Polygons and Quadrilaterals (10 concepts)
  • Circles (7 concepts)
  • Volumes and Surface Areas (11 concepts)
  • Constructions (7 concepts)
  • Similitudes and Transformations (10 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Math 4:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Grade 4 Curriculum includes 179 concepts:

  • Number Sense, Addition and Subtraction (25 concepts)
  • Multiplication and Division (45 concepts)
  • Fractions, Time, and Customary Measurement (33 concepts)
  • Decimals, Money, and Metric Measurement (18 concepts)
  • Geometry (28 concepts)
  • Algebra, Graphs, and Probability (30 concepts)



If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Math 3:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Grade 3 Curriculum includes 113 concepts:

 

  • Place Value and Money (11 concepts)
  • Addition and Subtraction (19 concepts)
  • Multiplication and Division (32 concepts)
  • Geometry, Measurement, and Graphs (32 concepts)
  • Fractions and Decimals (19 concepts)



If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Math 5:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Grade 5 Math Curriculum includes 261 concepts:

  • Whole Numbers (74 concepts)
  • Fractions and Proportions (36 concepts)
  • Decimals and Percents (34 concepts)
  • Geometry and Measurement (62 concepts)
  • Algebra and Graphs (55 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Math 6:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Grade 6 Math Curriculum includes 259 concepts:

  • Whole Numbers (35 concepts)
  • Fractions and Proportions (34 concepts)
  • Decimals and Percents (34 concepts)
  • Measurement, Graphs, and Probability (43 concepts)
  • Algebra (52 concepts)
  • Geometry (61 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
High School Geometry:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

HS Geometry Curriculum includes 217 concepts:

  • Algebra and Deductive Reasoning (47 concepts)
  • Lines and Angles (26 concepts)
  • Triangles (32 concepts)
  • Polygons and Circles (43 concepts)
  • Similarities and Transformations (19 concepts)
  • Volumes and Surface Areas (20 concepts)
  • Coordinate Geometry (30 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Math 7 (C2):

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Grade 7 Curriculum includes 291 concepts:

  • Whole Numbers and Integers (41 concepts)
  • Fractions and Proportions (39 concepts)
  • Decimals and Percents (36 concepts)
  • Measurement, Graphs, and Probability (44 concepts)
  • Algebra (62 concepts)
  • Geometry (69 concepts)



If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Course 8, PreAlgebra (C3):

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Grade 8 Curriculum includes 338 concepts:

  • Whole Numbers and Integers (43 concepts)
  • Rational Numbers (54 concepts)
  • Measurement, Proportion, Percents, and Probability (49 concepts)
  • Variable Expressions and Equations (64 concepts)
  • Functions and Graphs (47 concepts)
  • Geometry (81 concepts)



If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Foundations of Business Math:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Foundations of Business Math Curriculum includes 116 concepts:

  • Whole Numbers (36 concepts)
  • Fractions and Mixed Numbers (25 concepts)
  • Decimals (21 concepts)
  • Proportions and Percents (9 concepts)
  • Signed Numbers and Variables (12 concepts)
  • Linear Equations (13 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Pre-Algebra:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Pre-Algebra Curriculum includes 336 concepts:

  • Whole Numbers and Integers (49 concepts)
  • Rational Numbers (58 concepts)
  • Proportion, Percent, Data and Probability (51 concepts)
  • Variable Expressions and Equations (43 concepts)
  • Functions and Graphs (32 concepts)
  • Exponents and Polynomials (30 concepts)
  • Geometry (73 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Algebra I:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Algebra I Curriculum includes 307 concepts:

  • Arithmetic Readiness (50 concepts)
  • Real Numbers and Linear Equations (54 concepts)
  • Functions and Systems of Equations (49 concepts)
  • Polynomials and Quadratic Equations (32 concepts)
  • Rational Expressions and Proportions (34 concepts)
  • Exponents and Square Roots (32 concepts)
  • Geometry and Trigonometry (25 concepts)
  • Data Analysis and Probability (31 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Algebra II:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Algebra II Curriculum includes 305 concepts:

  • Real numbers & linear equations (76 concepts)
  • Graphs and Linear Functions (32 concepts)
  • Systems of Linear Equations (20 concepts)
  • Exponents and Polynomials (40 concepts)
  • Rational Expressions and Functions (34 concepts)
  • Radicals and Quadratic Equations (47 concepts)
  • Functions and Logarithms (29 concepts)
  • Conic Sections and Sequences (27 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Pre-Calculus:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Pre-Calculus Curriculum includes 265 concepts:

  • Algebra Review (46 concepts)
  • Functions and Graphs (33 concepts)
  • Polynomial and Rational Functions (37 concepts)
  • Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (15 concepts)
  • Systems of Linear Equations and Matrices (25 concepts)
  • Sequences, Series, and Probability (22 concepts)
  • Conic Sections (22 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Trigonometry:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Trigonometry Curriculum includes 119 concepts:

  • Algebra Review (54 concepts)
  • Right Triangle Trigonometry and Trigonometric Values (14 concepts)
  • Trigonometric Functions (10 concepts)
  • Trigonometric Identities and Equations (18 concepts)
  • Applications of Trigonometry (23 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Pre-Algebra TC:

The TabletClass Math is a powerful online (more then just a video) math learning system. Their professional team has invested years to develop an innovative learning system that is truly incredible and easy to use. The concepts and program have been tested with busy, motivated, and hard working students like you. The results have been remarkable. Students love it and more importantly, they discover that math is something they can do! 

TabletClass Math promises students...

  Confidence in their ability to solve math problems correctly

Peace of mind that they are investing in a proven and enjoyable learning system

Proficiency in the core skills and concepts of middle, high school and college entry level mathematics

A sense of achievement by completing our challenging and comprehensive courses

Strong preparation to excel in future math courses and college entrance exams

By using SRVS as your facilitator and teacher of the TabletClass Math you receive in addition:

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER TO OVERSEE YOUR STUDENTS WORK AND PROGRESS

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER FOR QUICK SIMPLE COMMUNICATION

 GRADES FROM AN ACCREDITTED INSTITUTION

 OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AVAILABLE

 
Algebra I TC:

The TabletClass Math is a powerful online (more then just a video) math learning system. Their professional team has invested years to develop an innovative learning system that is truly incredible and easy to use. The concepts and program have been tested with busy, motivated, and hard working students like you. The results have been remarkable. Students love it and more importantly, they discover that math is something they can do! 

TabletClass Math promises students...

  Confidence in their ability to solve math problems correctly

Peace of mind that they are investing in a proven and enjoyable learning system

Proficiency in the core skills and concepts of middle, high school and college entry level mathematics

A sense of achievement by completing our challenging and comprehensive courses

 

Strong preparation to excel in future math courses and college entrance exams

By using SRVS as your facilitator and teacher of the TabletClass Math you receive in addition:

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER TO OVERSEE YOUR STUDENTS WORK AND PROGRESS

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER FOR QUICK SIMPLE COMMUNICATION

 GRADES FROM AN ACCREDITTED INSTITUTION

 OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AVAILABLE

 
Algebra II TC:

The TabletClass Math is a powerful online (more then just a video) math learning system. Their professional team has invested years to develop an innovative learning system that is truly incredible and easy to use. The concepts and program have been tested with busy, motivated, and hard working students like you. The results have been remarkable. Students love it and more importantly, they discover that math is something they can do! 

TabletClass Math promises students...

  Confidence in their ability to solve math problems correctly

Peace of mind that they are investing in a proven and enjoyable learning system

Proficiency in the core skills and concepts of middle, high school and college entry level mathematics

A sense of achievement by completing our challenging and comprehensive courses

Strong preparation to excel in future math courses and college entrance exams

By using SRVS as your facilitator and teacher of the TabletClass Math you receive in addition:

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER TO OVERSEE YOUR STUDENTS WORK AND PROGRESS

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER FOR QUICK SIMPLE COMMUNICATION

 GRADES FROM AN ACCREDITTED INSTITUTION

 OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AVAILABLE

 
Intermediate Algebra TC:

The TabletClass Math is a powerful online (more then just a video) math learning system. Their professional team has invested years to develop an innovative learning system that is truly incredible and easy to use. The concepts and program have been tested with busy, motivated, and hard working students like you. The results have been remarkable. Students love it and more importantly, they discover that math is something they can do! 

TabletClass Math promises students...

  Confidence in their ability to solve math problems correctly

Peace of mind that they are investing in a proven and enjoyable learning system

Proficiency in the core skills and concepts of middle, high school and college entry level mathematics

A sense of achievement by completing our challenging and comprehensive courses

 

Strong preparation to excel in future math courses and college entrance exams

By using SRVS as your facilitator and teacher of the TabletClass Math you receive in addition:

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER TO OVERSEE YOUR STUDENTS WORK AND PROGRESS

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER FOR QUICK SIMPLE COMMUNICATION

 GRADES FROM AN ACCREDITTED INSTITUTION

 OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AVAILABLE

 
College Algebra TC:

The TabletClass Math is a powerful online (more then just a video) math learning system. Their professional team has invested years to develop an innovative learning system that is truly incredible and easy to use. The concepts and program have been tested with busy, motivated, and hard working students like you. The results have been remarkable. Students love it and more importantly, they discover that math is something they can do! 

TabletClass Math promises students...

  Confidence in their ability to solve math problems correctly

Peace of mind that they are investing in a proven and enjoyable learning system

Proficiency in the core skills and concepts of middle, high school and college entry level mathematics

A sense of achievement by completing our challenging and comprehensive courses

Strong preparation to excel in future math courses and college entrance exams

By using SRVS as your facilitator and teacher of the TabletClass Math you receive in addition:

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER TO OVERSEE YOUR STUDENTS WORK AND PROGRESS

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER FOR QUICK SIMPLE COMMUNICATION

 GRADES FROM AN ACCREDITTED INSTITUTION

 OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AVAILABLE

 
GED Math Prep Course:

The TabletClass Math is a powerful online (more then just a video) math learning system. Their professional team has invested years to develop an innovative learning system that is truly incredible and easy to use. The concepts and program have been tested with busy, motivated, and hard working students like you. The results have been remarkable. Students love it and more importantly, they discover that math is something they can do! 

TabletClass Math promises students...

  Confidence in their ability to solve math problems correctly

Peace of mind that they are investing in a proven and enjoyable learning system

Proficiency in the core skills and concepts of middle, high school and college entry level mathematics

A sense of achievement by completing our challenging and comprehensive courses

Strong preparation to excel in future math courses and college entrance exams

By using SRVS as your facilitator and teacher of the TabletClass Math you receive in addition:

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER TO OVERSEE YOUR STUDENTS WORK AND PROGRESS

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER FOR QUICK SIMPLE COMMUNICATION

 GRADES FROM AN ACCREDITTED INSTITUTION

 OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AVAILABLE

 
Geometry TC:

The TabletClass Math is a powerful online (more then just a video) math learning system. Their professional team has invested years to develop an innovative learning system that is truly incredible and easy to use. The concepts and program have been tested with busy, motivated, and hard working students like you. The results have been remarkable. Students love it and more importantly, they discover that math is something they can do! 

TabletClass Math promises students...

  Confidence in their ability to solve math problems correctly

 Peace of mind that they are investing in a proven and enjoyable learning system

 Proficiency in the core skills and concepts of middle, high school and college entry level mathematics

 A sense of achievement by completing our challenging and comprehensive courses

 Strong preparation to excel in future math courses and college entrance exams

By using SRVS as your facilitator and teacher of the TabletClass Math you receive in addition:

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER TO OVERSEE YOUR STUDENTS WORK AND PROGRESS

 A REAL LIVE TEACHER FOR QUICK SIMPLE COMMUNICATION

 GRADES FROM AN ACCREDITTED INSTITUTION

 OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AVAILABLE

 
Anger Management 1:

SRVS is proud to offer ALEKS math for its students. We spent a long time trying to find the perfect math curriculum that can be used for online learning — and we found it! This math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

We have used ALEKS math with many of our students for the last few years. This program is wonderful, unique, and simple. Its effectiveness is unbelievable. If you are tired of the plain old text book math, if what you currently use is not working for you, if you prefer to work on the computer, and/or you just desire something new - this program will blow you away. Great for visual learners.

Algebra I Curriculum includes 307 concepts:

  • Arithmetic Readiness (50 concepts)
  • Real Numbers and Linear Equations (54 concepts)
  • Functions and Systems of Equations (49 concepts)
  • Polynomials and Quadratic Equations (32 concepts)
  • Rational Expressions and Proportions (34 concepts)
  • Exponents and Square Roots (32 concepts)
  • Geometry and Trigonometry (25 concepts)
  • Data Analysis and Probability (31 concepts)


If Individuals were to pay through Aleks directly:

  • $179.95 every 12 months.

A Student of SRVS pays only $149.00 for 12 months!
This alone is a huge savings.

PLUS our students also receive:

  • Email support with a SRVS teacher
  • A teacher to monitor the student’s individual progress and send email updates and notifications
  • Optional live tutoring if the student should need or desire it
  • All other benefits, discounts, and specials offered to SRVS students

More about ALEKS... ALEKS is a ground-breaking technology developed from research at New York University and the University of California, Irvine, by a team of software engineers, mathematicians, and cognitive scientists with the support of a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

ALEKS uses flexible and easy-to-use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil. When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief tutorial shows him how to use these ALEKS answer input tools. The student then begins the Assessment. In a short period of time (about 45 minutes for most courses), ALEKS assesses the student's current course knowledge by asking him a small number of questions (usually 20-30).

By the time the student has completed the assessment, ALEKS has developed a precise picture of her knowledge of the course, knowing which topics she has mastered and which topics she hasn't. The student's knowledge is represented by a multicolor pie chart.

The pie chart is also the student's entry into the Learning Mode. In the Learning Mode, she is offered a choice of topics that she is ready to learn (she has the prerequisite knowledge to successfully learn these topics). Once she can consistently get the problems for a given topic correct, ALEKS considers that the student has learned the topic and the student chooses another topic to learn. As the student learns new topics, ALEKS updates its map of the student's knowledge. The student can observe the most current summary of what she knows and what she is ready to learn.

To ensure that topics learned are retained in long-term memory, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student, using the results to adjust the student's knowledge of the course. Because students are forced to show mastery through mixed question assessments that cannot be predicted, mastery of the ALEKS course means true mastery of the course. When you register through us you will receive not only the hefty discount, but also our support services. You will be sent login information for the ALEKS site by email after we receive your registration and payment.

How ALEKS Can Help Your Child:

  • ALEKS will prepare your student for standardized tests in mathematics and for success in school.
  • ALEKS will offer complete, but concise, explanations for every practice problem.
  • ALEKS will sense when your student might be getting frustrated and will suggest temporarily moving to a different topic.
  • ALEKS will give your student the freedom to move from one topic to another within the list of topics that he is ready to learn.
  • ALEKS will take your student back to review the topics that need reviewing.
  • ALEKS will reassess your child regularly to see if she is retaining all the material she is mastering.

 
Social Studies
 
World Geography:

This is a world geography course for upper elementary students 'on grade level' and middle schoolers. It can also be used by high schoolers who need to brush up on their geography knowledge. There is nothing boring about this geography! Pictorial lessons grab the attention of the most stubborn learner. Interesting facts about our world bring out the "love for learning" in most students who take this course.

No real essay writing is required.  Assignments are T/F, multiple choice, matching, or fill in the blank, mixed with an occasional paragraph type critical thinking question, that really gets the brain working!  Thorough review is given in every lesson, which promotes retention of the material. The lessons are "written style" with some interactive website suggestions and map activities that will be "filled " out by the student. Student must be able to print out blank map provided, or supply your own.

Outline of lessons is as follows, but don't let the number of lessons fool you. Each lesson is chock full of assignments!

Lesson 1 - Overview                                            Lesson 10 - South America

Lesson 2 - Maps                                                   Lesson 11 - Europe

Lesson 3 - Continents                                          Lesson 12 - Africa

Lesson 4 - Oceans                                               Lesson 13 - Asia

Lesson 5 - Hemispheres                                      Lesson 14 - Australia

Lesson 6 - Latitude/Longitude                            Lesson 15 - Antarctica

Lesson 7 - Time Zones                                        Lesson 16 - Migration

Lesson 8 - North America                                   Lesson 17 - Map Scavenger Hunt

Lesson 9 - The United States                              Lessons 18/19-Review -                                                                                 

A thorough overview and an enjoyable course!

 
American History:

This is a High School American History class offering video lessons with written assignments. Perfect for the visual and aural learner, as lessons are offered in video format. Video brings history to life and assignments reinforce the lessons with lots of activities. 

This is definitely a high school level class, but adults and college students will enjoy it too.  Great for history lovers and those reluctant history students who get bored with the traditional text book.

Finish the course within one school year (36 weeks) and earn honors credit, by request.  Otherwise, you may complete as you wish for traditional high school credit (this is a two credit course).

Covers American History from the 1400s to present. 

NOTE: You definitely need to have a quiet space to complete each class and a computer with sound (lessons have video and sound).  Each video lesson averages 5-20 minutes. 

Put down the text book and actually enjoy history!

 
A Chronological History of Wars:

Each war is documented chronologically in this one-of-a-kind course. Why did it happen? Who was it between? What did they wear?  Each lesson covers the basics of each war and answers the questions that students want to know.

Interesting and fun history course!

 

Worth one traditional credit.

 
A Student Guide to US History- Part One:

This is a U.S. History course appropriate for upper elementary through high school students.  Middle school reading level is required (or have a parent read this to you). 

This course is an overview of American History including lessons to read (with plenty of pictures) and assignments for the students to complete.  Students will also keep a notebook of vocabulary words learned in this course, as each lesson presents new vocabulary words and their definitions to help assure student understanding. 

Completing each part of the course (there are two parts) is like completing a traditional school year history course.  Complete both parts for one credit or do only the half you prefer or need for one -half credit.  The course gives all the normal essential history facts and presents them in an interesting, easy to understand way.  Appropriate for high schoolers who struggle with reading comprehension or those who have not been fond of history courses before.  Sure to please!

Part One-  The First Americans through the Civil War
Part Two-  After the War through Modern Times

 
Fifty Nifty States:

Students will love the concise energetic lessons in this course! Each state is covered with a bit of history, famous people, geographic locations, symbols, flags, and even the state song! 

 
A Student Guide to US History- Part Two:

This is a U.S. History course appropriate for upper elementary through high school students.  Middle school reading level is required (or have a parent read this to you). 

This course is an overview of American History including lessons to read (with plenty of pictures) and assignments for the students to complete.  Students will also keep a notebook of vocabulary words learned in this course, as each lesson presents new vocabulary words and their definitions to help assure student understanding. 

Completing each part of the course (there are two parts) is like completing a traditional school year history course.  Complete both parts for one credit or do only the half you prefer or need for one -half credit.  The course gives all the normal essential history facts and presents them in an interesting, easy to understand way.  Appropriate for high schoolers who struggle with reading comprehension or those who have not been fond of history courses before.  Sure to please!

Part One-  The First Americans through the Civil War
Part Two-  After the War through Modern Times

 
American Government-Economics:

American Government/Economics

 
Electives
 
Because of Winn Dixie:

Because of Winn Dixie is a great book for young readers and a nice starting point in literature study for beginners or older, more reluctant readers. This Newberry Award winner is the story of a girl and the relationship she has with her father, a preacher in a new town.  Mix in a stray dog, a blind elderly friend, and a pet shop worker, and you have an engaging story for all ages! 

Each of the nine lessons has  multiple choice, matching, T/F or fill in the blank assignments. Students are quizzed on content and vocabulary to gauge their comprehension of the novel. Fun activities spice up the course. Only one essay is required so that the reluctant writer does not become overwhelmed. This is an excellent course for introducing internet courses in literature, and a wonderful story for all ages!

Reading Level: Elementary Grades 3-5

Course difficulty: Beginner level literature unit

Children ages 8 thru 12 have enjoyed this book and study!

The book by Kate DiCamillo, 2004, is required for this class.

 

 
Astronomical Math:

Math in the Universe! What is the distance between the Earth and the moon? What is a light year? How much do you weigh on other planets? This is an exciting and unique unit for those who enjoy math and would like to explore the universe on a mathematical level!

Use it to 'spice up' the existing math program for the studento. It can be an interesting science/math mini-course in the summer or winter. or anytime a break or supplement is needed in your math program or science/math studies. This is a great unit anytime your students need something different for a few weeks/months. It can be combined with an in-depth astronomy study for variation or used to practice math concepts mixed with the solar-system theme.

The skill level in math will determine the appropriate student placement for this class. This unit is intended for students who have mastered these math skills:

  • multi-digit multiplication
  • addition
  • long division
  • subtraction
  • a working knowledge of fractions
  • ratios and measurement (standard and metric)

Each of the 12 lessons has various computation-type problems to solve in the assignments section following the lesson. This is a great way to use math "across the curriculum."

Lesson Content: Gravity and weight on the planets, distance from each planet, travel time to the planets, size of each planet, intergalactic travel, communications, and more.

Begin exploring the vastness of our galaxy from an astronomical viewpoint that is mathematically challenging!

 
A River Too Deep:

A River Too Deep is a historically accurate Five-Star adventure/romance set in the early 1800s. Join the main character as she encounters unexpected and dangerous events that change both her and her life forever. This literature unit is intended for mature middle school to high school students and adults. While romance drives the plot, the true protagonist of this novel, which has been recieved with surprising enthusiasm by men as well as women, is our faithful God. In addition to teaching various elements of literature, the unit is intended to produce thought rather than recitation of details. Students are expected to keep a journal for pondering questions, which are asked after each lesson.

*Strong Christian content and spiritual growth the goal

Subjects covered in this novel study include: Vocabulary, reading comprehension, history and more!

Reading level: Upper level high school

Required materials: A River too Deep, by Sydney Tooman Betts; Authorhouse 2005; and a blank book or journal.

Please do not forgo the last requirement. The student will be more spiritually enhanced by contemplating and answering the journal questions than by any other portion of the lessons. 

 
Poetry:

Poetry in motion is beautiful beyond words!  Learn the skills necessary to write your own poetry in a class designed for all ages and skill levels.  Advanced writers will have higher expectations to meet, and all writers can enjoy this class. Videos of children and adults reciting their 'favorite poems' engage each student!

Creating poetry is an art in and of itself. Learn to express yourself through poetry with this straightforward, practical, yet creative course. 

Follow your own pace while completing the assignments necessary for this course. To earn high school credit for a Language Arts class, please combine with another 9-lesson class for 1/2 credit, or with 32 lessons or more for a full credit. 

This is a highly enjoyable writing class that is loved by students. Can be taken as a supplementary course or simply for enjoyment.

One of our students has even been published.  Congratulations, Samantha! 

Who knows?  You may be next!
 

 
The Giver:

The Giver by Lois Lowry is a thought-provoking story that leaves one contemplating the storyline for days! The novel is middle school reading level, but content is more likely to benefit high school students. This course is designed for the student with some literature reading experience.     

Nine lessons are each followed by assignments consisting of essay questions, multiple choice questions, and vocabulary questions. With this course, a student's reading comprehension will be gauged by completion of the assignments. Writing is required in paragraph form. Writing is not graded on content and grammar as much as it is on EFFORT. Therefore, this course will not tax the middle school student who feels he or she can tackle a challenging novel.
This highly acclaimed novel is a must-read for high school students, and our course is the perfect supplemental learning tool!

Reading Level: Middle School

Course Difficulty: Middle to High School
 

 
Personal Fitness/Health - Mature:

Personal Fitness and Health will create changes in you, both mentally and  physically.  By the end of the class, you may notice that you feel happier and are getting in better shape.  That is because we are going to create a synergy (SAT WORD: the cooperative action of two or more stimuli) of healthy behaviors that will affect you in a positive manner!

We will begin by assessing where you stand now in regard to physical conditioning.  No one is too fit or too unfit to begin this class.  You will not be compared to any one's accomplishment-only your own.  The goal is not to out-perform anyone else.  The goal is to do better than you did in the beginnning.  Keeping workout journals will help you keep track of what works for you in reaching your own goals for your fitness. 

This course was written by a certified Personal Trainer who also holds a Master's degree in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine who will guide you through the lessons. Your trainer is committed to helping you be the healthiest version of yourself, both mentally and physically. 

By the time you complete this 63-lesson course, you will have learned how to make choices that will last a lifetime as you pursue a healthy lifestyle.  You will be proactive in managing your health, which is a lot less expensive in time and money than is spending time trying to treat problems that are direct result of poor health decisions.

***THIS COURSE CONTAINS A SEX ED UNIT -- IF YOU DO NOT DESIRE THIS UNIT FOR YOUR CHILD,
WE OFFER THE COURSE WITH THAT PORTION OMITTED, CALLED  "Personal Fitness/Health"***

 
Real World:
test
 
Psychology I:
n/a
 
Chess for Critical Thinking:

Using a step-by-step approach, this course will teach your child how to play CHESS. Chess is much more than a game- it is an exercise in critical thinking, resulting in the brain working on a higher level! Parents and educators have found that chess is a wonderful way to exercise young minds, while many youngsters have found that chess is both satisfying and loads of fun.

You will need a chess set for this class.  You may purchase one from us. You must have your computer hooked up to a printer to print one assignment worksheet and the answer sheet each lesson. (There are a plenty of computer assignments too.)

Make sure that you have your chess set on hand before beginning the course.  Enjoy!

 
Personal Finance:

This course covers-


- savings and checking accounts
- debit vs. credit cards
- managing your income
- saving money
- investing
- consumer protection
- bargaining
- sales tricks
- large purchases
- impulse buying
- 4 envelopes
- the dream car

and much more....... 

Great course for all students, but highly suggested for every student before HS graduation.  As a mom and as an educator, I feel strongly that this course is one that no student should be without. Where other courses may be optional, in my book this one is mandatory!

Don't  let them leave home without it! 

 

 
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! :

      What would it be like if you went to brush your teeth and there was no water? What would you do if you couldn’t open up your front door because of all the trash piled up? What if you couldn’t go outside and play because the air was too dirty? Don’t worry! There are small steps we can take in our everyday lives to make sure Earth is an enjoyable place to live!                        

                                        Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!

 

In this class, we will learn how to make the best of our “trash” and help keep our Earth healthy!  The lessons learned in this class will not only help our environment, they’ll help to lower your household bills. Mom and Dad will really like that! The more money they save, the more money they’ll have to do fun things!       

This course has colorfully written lessons for elementary through middle school students. Hands-on activities to accomplish and assignments for retention of the material given are key to help students succeed. Assignments are multiple choice, T/F, fill in the blanks, etc., so as not to tax the young learner with written work. There is a cute little mini-unit for vacation learning, summer fun, or anytime a break is needed (but your brain still needs exercise)!

 

A  SURE WINNER!

 

 
Personal Fitness/Health:

Personal Fitness and Health will create changes in you, both mentally and  physically.  By the end of the class, you may notice that you feel happier and are getting in better shape.  That is because we are going to create a synergy (SAT WORD: the cooperative action of two or more stimuli) of healthy behaviors that will affect you in a positive manner!

We will begin by assessing where you stand now in regard to physical conditioning.  No one is too fit or too unfit to begin this class.  You will not be compared to any one's accomplishment-only your own.  The goal is not to out-perform anyone else.  The goal is to do better than you did in the beginnning.  Keeping workout journals will help you keep track of what works for you in reaching your own goals for your fitness. 

This course was written by a certified Personal Trainer who also holds a Master's degree in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine who will guide you through the lessons. Your trainer is committed to helping you be the healthiest version of yourself, both mentally and physically. 

By the time you complete this 56-lesson course, you will have learned how to make choices that will last a lifetime as you pursue a healthy lifestyle.  You will be proactive in managing your health, which is a lot less expensive in time and money than is spending time trying to treat problems that are direct result of poor health decisions.

 
Snow Bound:

Snow Bound

Topics: Survival, adventure, personality traits, cooperation, choice /consequences, and teen/parent conflicts

Grade Level: middle school (7th – 8th grade) or early high school

Materials Needs: Snow Bound novel by Harry Mazer. ISBN - 0-440-96134-3 Available at local library or for purchase at Amazon.com. Copyright 1973.

Description: You will read and discuss Snow Bound by Harry Mazer, an award winning adolescent author.

Snowbound centers around the story of two isolated teens, Cindy and Tony, who happen to find each other and become stuck in the snow after a storm hits. Tony is a spoiled kid who is a little conceited and feels as though he should have things his way. Cindy is a little self-conscious about her self worth, and does not seem to understand the right way to feel better about who she is.


This novel shows how important cooperation is to the element of survival. Will Tony and Cindy use each other's skills to get out of their dilemma? Or will they fight?  Another aspect of the book is the issue of self identity and change. Cindy and Tony must figure out their own strengths and personal weaknesses and come to another realization about themselves.

Course Description: This Course contains vocabulary exercises, short response questions, thought provoking questions, and essays. This course is short, but intense. It would be a great addition for an avid reader who would enjoy a wild adventure!

 
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory:

This Course will take you chapter by chapter through this adventure. All the while you will be learning new vocabulary, working with language skills, and story comprehension. You will dive into the details of this wonderfully written novel and crave to read its sequel! Come join this wonderful course and get to know Roald Dahl!

 
Video Game Design:
The Game Design course offers students the opportunity to learn the video game production process first-hand. Starting out students will be taught the ideas behind why games are fun and then move on to the history of non-digital gaming. From there they are taught the history of video games and the game industry. Once students have acquired the proper background knowledge they will learn the skills necessary to make their own game. This is accomplished through learning simple programming, the concept of aesthetic design in gaming, and how to design the world the game inhabits. After they have acquired the knowledge and skills necessary, they will
conceptualize, develop, and produce their own games start-to-finish utilizing a professional workflow.

 
Anger Management:

This course is ideal for court requirements, businesses, probation departments, human resources, law offices, diversion programs, families, couples and individuals. Our online anger management classes are an effective, convenient and affordable way of learning how to better manage and control anger and stress related problems that occur in life.

Anger Class Online® utilizes the most up to date, cutting edge research and empirically validated interventions. This includes recent advances in neuropsychology and cognitive-behavioral science. Anger destroys important relationships over time both at home and work. Our programs are based on our highly acclaimed and globally utilized curriculum, "Anger Management in the Twenty-First Century". We've helped thousands of people through this program and promise to deliver a high quality, easy to follow, superior learning experience.

 
Writing
 
Writing I:

 
A first course in writing for high school level students. This writing course has a large grammar component, which is the essential to understanding good writing.  We highly suggest taking this class before any other high school writing class.  Through experience we have learned that most writing classes do not adequately teach or prepare the student to write well.  In fact, most students do not know the techniques and rules for writing a good sentence.  To progress to a higher level of writing, students must have the basic skills.  This class will prepare them to move on to that higher level. 

The purpose of this class is to help the student develop a love for writing, while learning basic writing skills and developing strong grammar usage. Using timed creative writing prompts, written lesson plans, and student-completed assignments, this class offers an advanced multimodal teaching approach that will engage most learners.

The writing courses that we offer build on one another, and the skills from the previous lesson must be mastered before a student may progress. The course does quickly move on, so do not let the first few assignments fool you. A student who has not mastered the skills in this course will not be adequately prepared for Writing II.

Unlike other schools offering writing classes, each of our writing lessons contain 2-4 assignments to practice, review, and help the student master the skills taught. (Typically, one assignment is required per lesson in other schools.) The students will  complete regular written assignments to show mastery of the skills they have learned.  Other assignments contain true/false, matching, multiple choice, fill in the blank, short answer and essay questions.  A student may complete this class at his or her own pace. It is generally recommended that the student complete one lesson and its assignments per week. However, students (and parents) may create the pace best suited for the student. Some students may need up to two academic years to complete this class, whereas others will complete it in the traditional 32-36 weeks. The choice and pace is yours. 

Although this is a  typical 9th grade high school level writing class, we have had students ages 12 and up take it with success. Sign up for the course appropriate for your skill level.

We have used this exact course in classroom teaching and its effectiveness has been applauded.  The writing classes we offer have been designed to take the student on a slow walk through the technical end of writing while including regular creative writing assignments to instill that love and joy of writing. Students who have completed this course have greatly improved their writing skills, and their testing scores have risen significantly.   

 

 
Writing II:

Students should have an understanding of grammar and how it applies to the perfect sentence. They should be able to successfully write a complete and accurate sentence.  An understanding of basic writing elements is also a necesssity. 

This course focuses on writing- and developing the love and passion to write.  Each lesson will begin with a timed writing prompt to spark creativity, and each lesson will cover a specific topic.  The assignments associated with that lesson will allow for review and mastery of the material covered, while giving plenty of writing and revision opportunities. 

This course is demanding.  Students will be completing essay-type assignments with most lessons.  Please take your time with this course.  Some students will need up to two years to finish this class, although most will complete it in one academic year.  We typically recommend one lesson (and its assignments) per week. However, due to the nature of this course many students will need more time. 

This is a typical 10th grade level writing class, but we have had students ages 13-18 take this course.  Sign up for the course that is right for your skill level. 

Overview Of Class:

The Six Traits of Writing

Modes of Writing:  Descriptive, Narrative, Expository, Persuasive

Write Myths, Fables, Fairytales, Tall Tales

Topic Sentences, Thesis

Essay Writing including the Five-Paragraph Essay

Heavy writing and revision in this course allows the student many opportunities to write creatively, while they continue to learn to write properly.

We have used this exact course in classroom teaching and its effectiveness has been applauded.  Students who have completed this course have greatly improved their writing ability and their testing scores have risen significantly!  

 

 
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Fantastic Fiction:

Do you need a fun, motivational and informative creative writing class? This is it! Fantastic Fiction includes everything  to guide students toward writing their own original works of fiction. Designed for upper middle school level to high school level students, we highly recommend that the student take this course after successful completion of our Creative Writing and Writing Essentials class. Although our writing classes may be taken in any order, we do suggest this as the last middle school level class. This course is also appropriate for higher level writers who love or desire to write fiction. 

This creative writing class improves critical reading skills and gives students an improved ability to analyze the masterful writing techniques used by famous authors. When they finish the course, many students are better able to understand what they have read and engage in intelligent, thoughtful discussions about the author they are studying.

Learn about:  The Plot, The Story Arc, Style, Internal Monologue, Using Symbols, Showing vs. Telling, Physical Scenes, Using Dialogue, Emotional Suspense, Grammar, Great Endings and much, much more.

One of the best things about Fantastic Fiction is that it has the wonderful side effect of turning young, average writers into great fiction authors, as well as outstanding critical readers! 
 

 
Writing III:

Picking up where Writing II left off, this class will offer a strong review of all concepts and material from Writing I and Writing II, and will quickly delve into more advanced writing.

This course includes dialogue writing, modes of writing, analytical writing, book report and book review writing, observation reports, advanced grammar, and much more. It focuses on the writing and reading comprehension portions of the SAT.   

This course will prepare the student for the SAT exam and Advanced Placement Tests for College.  This is a high-level writing course for motivated, college-bound students who are ready for a challenge.  High school reading level a must, and students should have a strong desire to write like a pro!

This exact course is used in our on-site classrooms with our 11th and 12th grade level students.

Schedule your course load early and prepare for this challenging class. 

 

 
Writing Essentials:

 

 

This course is a middle school level writing course designed for anyone working at a 6th to 8th grade skill level. Our middle school classes are designed to be taken in any order, although we recommend you begin with this course.  The focus of this class is basic grammar, sentence writing skills, creative writing, forms of writing, and beginner essay writing.   

We used this same course in actual classroom teaching and have received great reviews from students and teachers.  There is only one way to learn how to write, and that is to do it regularly.  This course will give students the basic foundation needed for our more advanced writing classes, which will also build writing confidence.

 

 
Creative Writing 101:

This course is based upon the teachings of Rosie Watson, author of The Wonder of Words.  Rosie's gentle approach will make even the most reluctant writer become inspired.

This is a video enhanced class that features teacher and student interaction. This engages the visual learner and makes learning come alive!

The purpose of this class is to instill a  love to write, and a love of words within each student.  There are no dreaded grammar lessons in this class. This course serves to promote creativity in your child while teaching basic writing skills. 

Students learn to love words and use colorful words.
Students become excited about the art of writing!

Students make up stories about what happened in a photo.
Students use comic strips to create characters.
Students write their own poetry and learn poetry forms.
Students complete timed spontaneous writing prompts.

What writing class could be more fun than this? 

Students will certainly have fun in this class and, more importantly, it lays the foundation for a future love of writing.

 
Literature Studies
 
Lilys Crossing:
n/a
 
All Around The Farm:

An exciting and wonderful look at farm life! From sheep and goats to pondlife and tractors-we'll learn the basics plus so much more! This unit study approach to learning will cover many subjects across the curriculum: Animal sciences, language activities, writing exercises, history, geography and more!

 

Videos of a real farm with live animals bring this unit to life and our multi-modal approach to learning will engage a wide range of learning styles.  Your child will delight in the movies filmed on location, and be thrilled with the real photos of the adorable animals that live there. The assignments, activities and teacher feedback will give mom the break she needs while fulfilling many subjects across the curriculum. Homeschooling made easier!

 

Why do we shear sheep? Are cows the only animals that give milk for us? Why do we mount horses on the left side? How do bunnies cool off?

                               Join us and let's find out!!

 

 
Foreign Language
 
Elementary Spanish I:

This course for beginners with little exposure to foreign languages is geared toward younger minds that are still especially receptive to language learning through contextual interpretation and imitation. Highly visual and amusing stories and activities are geared toward these developing students, encouraging them to begin telling stories themselves. This course is not just a set of language lessons, but an appealing adventure for young minds, rich with all new graphics, games and engaging interactive activities. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Communication expressions include greetings, introductions, songs, por favor and gracias, and other expressions of daily courtesy, simple storytelling, and free-response questions. Vocabulary starts with numbers from 1-10, animals, and shapes before moving into days of the week, seasons, colors, fruits and vegetables, simple directions, and useful “around town” expressions. Grammar moves from simple sentence construction, first- and third-person verbs, and indefinite articles to demonstrative pronouns, simple conjunctions, simple possession, and ser and estar. Students also begin to encounter the third-person past tense, imperative verbs, and second-person present-tense verbs. Cultural topics introduce the geography and customs of Spanish-speaking countries. Materials: A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
Elementary French I:

This course for beginners with little exposure to foreign languages is geared toward younger minds, still especially receptive to language learning through contextual interpretation and imitation. Highly visual and amusing stories and activities are toward for these developing students, encouraging them to begin telling stories themselves. This course is not just a set of language lessons, but an appealing adventure for young minds, rich with all new graphics, games and engaging interactive activities. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Communication expressions include greetings, introductions, oui and non, s’il vous plaît and merci, and other familiar phrases, songs, simple storytelling, and description activities. Vocabulary starts with animals, shapes, and colors and moves to fruits, farm-related words, body parts, family words, and numbers. Grammar topics include simple nouns, first-, second-, and third-person present-tense verbs for simple questions, basic third-person past-tense verbs, interrogative words, simple conjunctions, articles, prepositions, and introductory imperative and infinitive verb forms. Cultural topics introduce the geographies and customs of French-speaking countries. Materials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
Elementary French II:

The adventure story continues to build upon the base of vocabulary and linguistic structures introduced in Elementary French 1. Interactive activities and increasingly challenging games continue to drive students toward a strong set of intermediate language skills. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Communication expressions include a wider array of social greetings and more complex storytelling and songs. Vocabulary expands with more terms related to animals, body parts, colors, familial relationships, and numbers. Grammar moves from second- and third-person plural present-tense forms, prepositional phrases, and more first- and third-person present-tense forms to additional conjunctions, reflexive verbs, imperatives, and past-tense forms. Cultural topics include cuisine, climate, geography, and history. Materials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
Elementary German I:

This course for beginners with little exposure to foreign languages is geared for younger minds, still especially receptive to language learning through contextual interpretation and imitation. Highly visual and amusing stories and activities are geared for these developing students, encouraging them to begin telling stories themselves. This course is not just a set of language lessons, but an appealing adventure for young minds, rich with all new graphics, games and engaging interactive activities. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Communication expressions include greetings, introductions, ja and nein, danke and bitte and other familiar phrases, songs, simple storytelling, and description activities. Vocabulary starts with animals, body parts, numbers, shapes, small objects, and colors, before moving on to food, farm-related words, useful “around town” expressions, and household terminology. Grammar starts with simple nouns, first-, second-, and thirdperson present-tense verbs, direct and indirect articles, the conjunction und, the pluralization of nouns, third-person plural present-tense verbs, third-person past-tense verbs, simple prepositions, and expressions conveying “there is,“there are,”“isn’t,” and “will be.” Cultural topics introduce the geographies and customs of German-speaking countries, with a special focus on German-speaking Switzerland. Materials: A German-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
Elementary German II:

The adventure story continues to build upon the base of vocabulary and linguistic structures introduced in Elementary German 1. Interactive activities and increasingly challenging games continue to drive students toward a strong set of intermediate language skills. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Communication expressions include a wider array of social greetings, introductions, simple commands, suggestions, questions, German folk songs, and enhanced storytelling. Vocabulary expands to include the domains of animals, body parts, numbers, shapes, small objects, familial relationships, food, cooking, and new words useful for telling stories such as “The Three Little Pigs” and “Chicken Little” in German. Grammar adds more third-person present-tense verbs, direct and indirect articles, and the conjunction aber, progressing toward new third-person plural present-tense forms, third-person past-tense verbs, additional prepositions, and expressions conveying “very.” Students are also exposed to the simple future tense in the third person. Cultural topics include cuisine, climate, geography, and history. Materials: A German-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
Elementary Latin I:

Latin remains a vital tool in improving students’ fundamental understanding of English and other languages. While being, in the strictest sense, a “dead” language, Latin comes alive in this course through the use of gaming and multimedia techniques, creating the foundation for a deep understanding of cultural, political, and literary history. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Communication expressions include greetings, introductions, familiar phrases, relationships, cause and effect, likes and dislikes, and questions. Vocabulary progresses from animals, body parts, family relationships, colors, food, plants, and numbers to small objects, shapes, and household words. Grammar begins with simple sentence construction, first- and third-person verbs, demonstrative pronouns, conjunctions, and simple possession before moving on to basic third-person past-tense and imperative forms, as well as certain second-person present-tense forms. Cultural topics introduce the history of the Latin language, and daily practices as well as military, political, and artistic aspects of the Roman Empire. Materials: A Latin-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
High School Spanish I:

Spanish I Students begin their introduction to Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are initially trained to recognize key sounds and basic vocabulary, not only in written form but also through ear training that leads quickly to oral production. Vocabulary and grammar topics are introduced in an ongoing adventure story that prompts students to use skills from all four language-learning areas. Students learn fundamental grammar as embedded in authentic spoken language. Cultural information covers major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None Note: Students who have already succeeded in Middle School Spanish 2 should enroll in Spanish II (below) rather than in Spanish I.

 
High School Spanish II:

In this continuing introduction to Spanish, students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. A continuing storyline introduces and reinforces new vocabulary, while activities prompt students to analyze meaning from context, and then to reproduce new vocabulary in real-life oral expression. Additional verb tenses and idiomatic expressions are also introduced. As in Spanish I, students learn grammar through supplemental texts supplying traditional charts, tables, and explanations. Cultural information addresses Spanish as it is used around the globe. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
High School Spanish III:

Intermediate Spanish students who have a strong base in vocabulary, speaking, and listening skills reach a new level of mastery and fluency in this course. Through games and compelling stories, students learn advanced grammar and vocabulary, with an emphasis on correct accents and comprehension of real-world native speech. Error-recognition technology helps students eliminate common mistakes from their speaking and writing. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: Spanish II, or equivalent

 
AP Spanish Language:

In AP Spanish Language, students perfect their Spanish speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. They study vocabulary, grammar, and cultural aspects of the language, applying what they’ve learned in extensive written and spoken exercises. By the end of the course, students will have an expansive vocabulary and a solid working knowledge of all Spanish verb forms and tenses. The equivalent of a college-level language course, AP Spanish Language prepares students for the AP exam and for further study of Spanish language, culture, and literature. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: Spanish III (or equivalent) and a teacher/counselor recommendation

 
High School French I:

Students begin their introduction to French with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign-language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are initially trained to recognize key sounds and basic vocabulary, not only in written form but also through ear training that leads quickly to oral production. An ongoing adventure story introduces vocabulary and grammar topics, prompting students to use skills from the four language-learning areas. Students learn fundamental grammar as embedded in authentic spoken language. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters | Prerequisites: None Materials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Note: Students who have already succeeded in Middle School French 2 should enroll in French II (below) rather than in French I.

 
High School French II:

In this continuing introduction to French, students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. A continuing storyline introduces and reinforces new vocabulary, while activities prompt students to analyze meaning from context, reproducing new vocabulary items in functional real-life oral expression. Additional verb tenses and idiomatic expressions are also introduced. As in French I, students learn grammar through supplemental texts supplying traditional charts, tables, and explanations. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Cours e lengt h: Two semesters Materials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: French I, or equivalent

 
High School French III:

Intermediate French students who have a strong base in vocabulary, speaking, and listening skills reach a new level of mastery and fluency in this course. Through games and compelling stories, students learn advanced grammar and vocabulary, with an emphasis on correct accents and comprehension of real-world native speech. Error-recognition technology helps students eliminate common mistakes from their speaking and writing. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: French II, or equivalent

 
AP French Language:

In AP French Language, students apply their French grammar and vocabulary knowledge, as well as their listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills to a wide variety of real-world contexts. Students learn to speak fluently and accurately, write sophisticated compositions, and comprehend native speakers. The equivalent of a college-level language course, AP French Language prepares students for the AP exam and for further study of French language, culture, and literature. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: French III (or equivalent) and a teacher/counselor recommendation

 
Elementary Spanish II:

The adventure story continues to build upon the base of vocabulary and linguistic structures introduced in Elementary Spanish 1. Interactive activities and increasingly challenging games continue to drive students toward a strong set of intermediate language skills. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Communication expressions include social exchanges, more complex storytelling, songs, recipes, word puzzles, and interrogative words. Vocabulary includes advanced family- and animal-related words and a review of numbers. Poems, stories, and songs are used throughout. Grammar moves from negative and reflexive verbs and thirdperson plural present verbs to noun-adjective agreement, first-person past-tense verbs, and the plural imperative. Cultural topics include cuisine, climate, geography, and history. Materials: A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
High School German I:

Students begin their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are initially trained to recognize key sounds and basic vocabulary, not only in written form but also through ear training that leads quickly to oral production. An ongoing adventure story introduces vocabulary and grammar topics, prompting students to use skills from the four language-learning areas. Students learn fundamental grammar as embedded in authentic spoken language. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A German-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None Note: Students who have already succeeded in Middle School German 2 should enroll in German II (below) rather than in German I.

 
High School German II:

In this continuing introduction to German, students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. A continuing storyline introduces and reinforces new vocabulary, while activities prompt students to analyze meaning from context, and then reproducing new vocabulary items in functional real-life oral expression. Additional verb tenses and idiomatic expressions are also introduced. As in German I, students learn grammar through supplemental texts supplying traditional charts, tables, and explanations. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A German-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: German I, or equivalent

 
High School Latin I:

This introduction to Latin clarifies the traditionally difficult aspects of the language through vocabulary that follows all standard Latin rules but allows students to tell modern stories connected to a contemporary adventure. Students study familiar vocabulary so they can bring into focus the special characteristics of Latin, notably noun cases and declensions. They receive ongoing practice in vocabulary and grammar, which leads to the study of both ecclesiastical and secular post-Classical Latin, as embodied in the Vulgate Bible and medieval Latin texts. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Latin-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None

 
High School Latin II:

Students with a foundation in Latin refine their skills through compelling language lessons, and historical and cultural studies. They go from the basics of Latin to a higher level of sophistication through a learning methodology that uses games and stories. Students concentrate on fostering their ability to read and understand classical Latin (without using a dictionary) from a variety of authentic sources. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, and make learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A Latin-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: Latin I, or equivalent

 
High School Chinese I:

Students use compelling stories, games, videos, and multimedia experiences in this introduction to Chinese. They learn the elegant simplicity of Chinese grammar and the subtleties of Chinese pronunciation through entertaining lessons that give a base of conversational ability and listening comprehension. Students build a foundation for reading and writing in the Chinese language through an adaptive technology that lets them choose an approach that works best for them. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A Chinese-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None Note: Students who have already succeeded in Middle School Chinese 2 should enroll in Chinese II (below) rather than in Chinese I.

 
High School Chinese II:

Students continue with engaging stories, games, videos, and multimedia experiences in this second level of Chinese. Students further their understanding of Chinese grammar and pronunciation through lessons refining previous practice of conversational ability and listening comprehension. Innovative cultural videos and lessons build awareness of the rich legacy of Chinese culture. Students expand their foundation for reading and writing in Chinese through adaptive technology, providing opportunities to generate fun narratives, a range of well-formed sentences reflecting a solid grasp of grammar structures, and a wide vocabulary. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A Chinese-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: Chinese I, or equivalent

 
Test:

Our foreign language classes are taught by certified language teachers who are fluent in the language and overseen by SRVS teachers. Spanish I Students begin their introduction to Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are initially trained to recognize key sounds and basic vocabulary, not only in written form but also through ear training that leads quickly to oral production. Vocabulary and grammar topics are introduced in an ongoing adventure story that prompts students to use skills from all four language-learning areas. Students learn fundamental grammar as embedded in authentic spoken language. Cultural information covers major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None

 

 

 

 
Test II:

Our foreign language classes are taught by certified language teachers who are fluent in the language and overseen by SRVS teachers. In this continuing introduction to Spanish, students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. A continuing storyline introduces and reinforces new vocabulary, while activities prompt students to analyze meaning from context, and then to reproduce new vocabulary in real-life oral expression. Additional verb tenses and idiomatic expressions are also introduced. As in Spanish I, students learn grammar through supplemental texts supplying traditional charts, tables, and explanations. Cultural information addresses Spanish as it is used around the globe. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 

 

 

 
Middle School Spanish I:

Spanish I Students begin their introduction to Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are initially trained to recognize key sounds and basic vocabulary, not only in written form but also through ear training that leads quickly to oral production. Vocabulary and grammar topics are introduced in an ongoing adventure story that prompts students to use skills from all four language-learning areas. Students learn fundamental grammar as embedded in authentic spoken language. Cultural information covers major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None

 

 

 

 
Middle School Spanish II:

In this continuing introduction to Spanish, students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. A continuing storyline introduces and reinforces new vocabulary, while activities prompt students to analyze meaning from context, and then to reproduce new vocabulary in real-life oral expression. Additional verb tenses and idiomatic expressions are also introduced. As in Spanish I, students learn grammar through supplemental texts supplying traditional charts, tables, and explanations. Cultural information addresses Spanish as it is used around the globe. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials : A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required.

 
Middle School French I:

Students begin their introduction to French with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign-language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are initially trained to recognize the key sounds and basic vocabulary, not only in written form but also through ear training that leads quickly to oral production. An ongoing adventure story introduces vocabulary and grammar topics, prompting students to use skills from the four language-learning areas. Students learn fundamental grammar as embedded in authentic spoken language. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters | Prerequisites: None Mat erials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Note: Students who have already succeeded in Middle School French 2 should enroll in French II (below) rather than in French I.

 
Middle School French II:

In this continuing introduction to French, students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. A continuing storyline introduces and reinforces new vocabulary, while activities prompt students to analyze meaning from context, reproducing new vocabulary items in functional real-life oral expression. Additional verb tenses and idiomatic expressions are also introduced. As in French I, students learn grammar through supplemental texts supplying traditional charts, tables, and explanations. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Cours e lengt h: Two semesters Mat erials: A French-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: French I, or equivalent

 
Middle School German I:

Students begin their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are initially trained to recognize key sounds and basic vocabulary, not only in written form but also through ear training that leads quickly to oral production. An ongoing adventure story introduces vocabulary and grammar topics, prompting students to use skills from the four language-learning areas. Students learn fundamental grammar as embedded in authentic spoken language. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Mat erials: A German-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None

 
Middle School German II:

In this continuing introduction to German, students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. A continuing storyline introduces and reinforces new vocabulary, while activities prompt students to analyze meaning from context, and then reproducing new vocabulary items in functional real-life oral expression. Additional verb tenses and idiomatic expressions are also introduced. As in German I, students learn grammar through supplemental texts supplying traditional charts, tables, and explanations. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Mat erials: A German-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: German I, or equivalent

 
Middle School Latin I:

This introduction to Latin clarifies the traditionally difficult aspects of the language through vocabulary that follows all standard Latin rules but allows students to tell modern stories connected to a contemporary adventure. Students study familiar vocabulary so they can bring into focus the special characteristics of Latin, notably noun cases and declensions. They receive ongoing practice in vocabulary and grammar, which leads to the study of both ecclesiastical and secular post-Classical Latin, as embodied in the Vulgate Bible and medieval Latin texts. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Cours e lengt h: Two semesters Materials : A Latin-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None

 
Middle School Latin II:

Students with a foundation in Latin refine their skills through compelling language lessons, and historical and cultural studies. They go from the basics of Latin to a higher level of sophistication through a learning methodology that uses games and stories. Students concentrate on fostering their ability to read and understand classical Latin (without using a dictionary) from a variety of authentic sources. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, and make learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Mat erials: A Latin-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: Latin I, or equivalent

 
Middle School Chinese I:

Students use compelling stories, games, videos, and multimedia experiences in this introduction to Chinese. They learn the elegant simplicity of Chinese grammar and the subtleties of Chinese pronunciation through entertaining lessons that give a base of conversational ability and listening comprehension. Students build a foundation for reading and writing in the Chinese language through an adaptive technology that lets them choose an approach that works best for them. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Mat erials: A Chinese-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: None

 
Middle School Chinese II:

Students continue with engaging stories, games, videos, and multimedia experiences in this second level of Chinese. Students further their understanding of Chinese grammar and pronunciation through lessons refining previous practice of conversational ability and listening comprehension. Innovative cultural videos and lessons build awareness of the rich legacy of Chinese culture. Students expand their foundation for reading and writing in Chinese through adaptive technology, providing opportunities to generate fun narratives, a range of well-formed sentences reflecting a solid grasp of grammar structures, and a wide vocabulary. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Mat erials: A Chinese-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: Chinese I, or equivalent

 
Demo:

Advanced Spanish students who have a strong base of vocabulary, speaking and listening skills will reach a new level of mastery and fluency in this course.  This course teaches advanced grammar and vocabulary and emphasizes correct accents and comprehension of “real world” native speech.  The high energy excitement of the content, the challenging games and the wide variety of compelling stories contained in this course combine to make advanced learning as exciting as ever.  Our unique error recognition technology helps students to eliminate common mistakes from their speaking and writing.

 

 
High School Spanish IV:

Advanced Spanish students who have a strong base in vocabulary, speaking, and listening skills reach a new level of mastery and fluency in this course. Through games and compelling stories, students learn advanced grammar and vocabulary, with an emphasis on correct accents and comprehension of real-world native speech. Error-recognition technology helps students eliminate common mistakes from their speaking and writing. All new graphics, video, and games keep students engaged, making learning languages exciting. An integrated, game-based reward system keeps learners motivated and eager to progress. Course length: Two semesters Materials: A Spanish-English dictionary is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: Spanish III, or equivalent

 
Full-Time Learning
 
Full-Time Learning Package A (4 courses):

* Administration and Academic Advisor will make all class placements based on information received from registration and any other documentation requested.  We will call or email you if more information is needed.  If any teacher would feel the students placement is not accurate for any reason we will transfer the course for no additional fee.  We are happy to apply all grades/credits earned by other verifiable sources.  

 
Full-Time Learning Package C (6 courses):

* Administration and Academic Advisor will make all class placements based on information received from registration and any other documentation requested.  We will call or email you if more information is needed.  If any teacher would feel the students placement is not accurate for any reason we will transfer the course for no additional fee.  We are happy to apply all grades/credits earned by other verifiable sources.  

 
Full-Time Learning Package B (5 courses):

* Administration and Academic Advisor will make all class placements based on information received from registration and any other documentation requested.  We will call or email you if more information is needed.  If any teacher would feel the students placement is not accurate for any reason we will transfer the course for no additional fee.  We are happy to apply all grades/credits earned by other verifiable sources.  

 
Placement Tests
 
LA Placement :

Please call for more details.

 

 

 
Umbrella School
 
Umbrella School:

Our Umbrella Program

  • Gives legal legitimacy to a family's homeschooling program.
  • Provide student report cards and high school transcripts.
  • State approved record keeping and reporting.
  • Curriculum cunsltations, guidance, or provide curriculum.
  • Provides Academic Advisory services and academic planning
  • Standardized Testing
 
Summer School
 
Summer Math:

The math class will personally assess each student and teach them what they need to learn to master national standards. This is all on an individual basis and will differ with every student based on his or her personal skill level, strengths, and weaknesses.

This summer intensive provides review of areas the student is struggling with to help them be better prepared for the upcoming school year. 

Complete the Pie Chart and earn an extra math credit. State which math level you would like or we will do for you based on your child's registered grade.  

 
Summer Foreign Language:

Summer courses do not have a live foreign language teacher.  They do have a teacher who oversees the course.  All instruction is done on the computer. You will have 8 weeks or until 9/30/2010 to access the course, whichever comes first.  

 
Summer Writing I:

 
A first course in writing for high school level students. This writing course has a large grammar component, which is the essential to understanding good writing.  We highly suggest taking this class before any other high school writing class.  Through experience we have learned that most writing classes do not adequately teach or prepare the student to write well.  In fact, most students do not know the techniques and rules for writing a good sentence.  To progress to a higher level of writing, students must have the basic skills.  This class will prepare them to move on to that higher level. 

The purpose of this class is to help the student develop a love for writing, while learning basic writing skills and developing strong grammar usage. Using timed creative writing prompts, written lesson plans, and student-completed assignments, this class offers an advanced multimodal teaching approach that will engage most learners.

The writing courses that we offer build on one another, and the skills from the previous lesson must be mastered before a student may progress. The course does quickly move on, so do not let the first few assignments fool you. A student who has not mastered the skills in this course will not be adequately prepared for Writing II.

Unlike other schools offering writing classes, each of our writing lessons contain 2-4 assignments to practice, review, and help the student master the skills taught. (Typically, one assignment is required per lesson in other schools.) The students will  complete regular written assignments to show mastery of the skills they have learned.  Other assignments contain true/false, matching, multiple choice, fill in the blank, short answer and essay questions.  A student may complete this class at his or her own pace. It is generally recommended that the student complete one lesson and its assignments per week. However, students (and parents) may create the pace best suited for the student. Some students may need up to two academic years to complete this class, whereas others will complete it in the traditional 32-36 weeks. The choice and pace is yours. 

Although this is a  typical 9th grade high school level writing class, we have had students ages 12 and up take it with success. Sign up for the course appropriate for your skill level.

We have used this exact course in classroom teaching and its effectiveness has been applauded.  The writing classes we offer have been designed to take the student on a slow walk through the technical end of writing while including regular creative writing assignments to instill that love and joy of writing. Students who have completed this course have greatly improved their writing skills, and their testing scores have risen significantly.   

 

 
(summer) A River Too Deep:

A River Too Deep is a historically accurate Five-Star adventure/romance set in the early 1800s. Join the main character as she encounters unexpected and dangerous events that change both her and her life forever. This literature unit is intended for mature middle school to high school students and adults. While romance drives the plot, the true protagonist of this novel, which has been recieved with surprising enthusiasm by men as well as women, is our faithful God. In addition to teaching various elements of literature, the unit is intended to produce thought rather than recitation of details. Students are expected to keep a journal for pondering questions, which are asked after each lesson.

*Strong Christian content and spiritual growth the goal

Subjects covered in this novel study include: Vocabulary, reading comprehension, history and more!

Reading level: Upper level high school

Required materials: A River too Deep, by Sydney Tooman Betts; Authorhouse 2005; and a blank book or journal.

Please do not forgo the last requirement. The student will be more spiritually enhanced by contemplating and answering the journal questions than by any other portion of the lessons. 

 
(summer) Poetry:

Poetry in motion is beautiful beyond words!  Learn the skills necessary to write your own poetry in a class designed for all ages and skill levels.  Advanced writers will have higher expectations to meet, and all writers can enjoy this class. Videos of children and adults reciting their 'favorite poems' engage each student!

Creating poetry is an art in and of itself. Learn to express yourself through poetry with this straightforward, practical, yet creative course. 

Follow your own pace while completing the assignments necessary for this course. To earn high school credit for a Language Arts class, please combine with another 9-lesson class for 1/2 credit, or with 32 lessons or more for a full credit. 

This is a highly enjoyable writing class that is loved by students. Can be taken as a supplementary course or simply for enjoyment.

One of our students has even been published.  Congratulations, Samantha! 

Who knows?  You may be next!
 

 
(summer) The Giver:

The Giver by Lois Lowry is a thought-provoking story that leaves one contemplating the storyline for days! The novel is middle school reading level, but content is more likely to benefit high school students. This course is designed for the student with some literature reading experience.     

Nine lessons are each followed by assignments consisting of essay questions, multiple choice questions, and vocabulary questions. With this course, a student's reading comprehension will be gauged by completion of the assignments. Writing is required in paragraph form. Writing is not graded on content and grammar as much as it is on EFFORT. Therefore, this course will not tax the middle school student who feels he or she can tackle a challenging novel.
This highly acclaimed novel is a must-read for high school students, and our course is the perfect supplemental learning tool!

Reading Level: Middle School

Course Difficulty: Middle to High School
 

 
Summer Writing II:

Students should have an understanding of grammar and how it applies to the perfect sentence. They should be able to successfully write a complete and accurate sentence.  An understanding of basic writing elements is also a necesssity. 

This course focuses on writing- and developing the love and passion to write.  Each lesson will begin with a timed writing prompt to spark creativity, and each lesson will cover a specific topic.  The assignments associated with that lesson will allow for review and mastery of the material covered, while giving plenty of writing and revision opportunities. 

This course is demanding.  Students will be completing essay-type assignments with most lessons.  Please take your time with this course.  Some students will need up to two years to finish this class, although most will complete it in one academic year.  We typically recommend one lesson (and its assignments) per week. However, due to the nature of this course many students will need more time. 

This is a typical 10th grade level writing class, but we have had students ages 13-18 take this course.  Sign up for the course that is right for your skill level. 

Overview Of Class:

The Six Traits of Writing

Modes of Writing:  Descriptive, Narrative, Expository, Persuasive

Write Myths, Fables, Fairytales, Tall Tales

Topic Sentences, Thesis

Essay Writing including the Five-Paragraph Essay

Heavy writing and revision in this course allows the student many opportunities to write creatively, while they continue to learn to write properly.

We have used this exact course in classroom teaching and its effectiveness has been applauded.  Students who have completed this course have greatly improved their writing ability and their testing scores have risen significantly!  

 

 
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