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Arcadia Christian School Student Handbook

 

The Arcadia Christian School Student Handbook explains the information you will need to navigate and succeed at ACS for the academic year. It includes information on daily schedules, student conduct, attendance and discipline policies, and more.

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Sample Schedule and Courses

Period 1

8:15 – 8:55

Period 2

9:00 – 9:40

Period 3

9:45 – 10:25

Break

10:25 – 10:45

Period 4

10:45 – 11:25

Period 5

11:30 – 12:10

Lunch

12:10 – 12:50

Period 6

12:50 – 1:30

Period 7

1:35 – 2:15

**Elective

Period 8

2:20 – 3:00

P.E.

*Our chapel program is geared to developmental age groups with TK-2nd, 3rd-5th, and 6th-8th each having their own emphasis.  In addition to chapel, the 6th-8th graders meet in small groups several times per year to discuss how the focus of Christ in their lives impacts those around them and their community.

**Electives include robotics, advanced computers, high school SAT prep, logic and reasoning, Student Council, worship band/choir, music, art, yearbook, public speaking, cooking, gardening, martial arts, study hall, office assistant, and more.

Annual Field Trips

Sixth Grade Rawhide Ranch Trip

Seventh Grade Catalina Island Trip

Eighth Grade Washington, D.C. Trip

Jr. High Retreat (6-8grades)

*Eighth Grade Field Trip to Olvera Street

* Subject to change

High School Course Placement

About 50% of graduates of Arcadia Christian School go to local private schools (Maranatha High School, La Salle High School, Don Bosco Technical School, Alverno Girls’ School, Western Christian High School, or St Francis Boys’ School) while the other 50% go to public high schools.  The majority of these graduates go to Arcadia High School, Monrovia High School, or Temple City High School.

As entering freshmen, most ACS graduates take Honors English, Advanced Algebra or Geometry, Biology, and Spanish 1 or Honors Spanish 1.  ACS provides a recommendation for placement of each student into the appropriate level of math, English, and Spanish as they apply and meet with their high school counselor.

Curriculum

Arcadia Christian School (ACS) offers a rich academic experience that develops critical thinking: connecting theory and practice.  ACS offers a life-changing education that prepares students for lifelong learning and leadership, encouraging students to make a positive impact for Jesus Christ in their community.

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Below is the curriculum for Sixth Grade, listed by subject matter in alphabetical order.

Bible

Philosophy

The ultimate goal of the Bible curriculum is to lead children to the discovery of truth. Truth is discovered through the living and written word of God, through the revelation of the Holy Spirit, through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, and through living in community with others. In order to know, understand, and apply God’s truth, students will devote time each day to studying and memorizing God’s word, learning more about God through a biblically-based curriculum, participating in classroom devotions, and interacting with Christian teachers and peers. In response to God’s love, students can demonstrate their devotion to Him through chapel and ministry opportunities. Biblical truths are the foundation of every subject taught at Arcadia Christian School.

Objective

The students will survey the New Testament and conduct an in-depth, personalized study of selected New Testament passages. Students will participate in activities to help them apply the scriptures to important issues faced by sixth graders.

Textbooks

New International Version Bible

Biblical Choices for a New Generation (Standard Publishing)

To the Ends of the Earth by Jay G. Borkert (A.C.S.I.: Purposeful Design)

Young Peace Makers (Sande and Corlette)

Materials

Student Workbook

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

History of Israel

Finding Your Identity in Christ

The Book of Revelation: What is it all about?

Study of the Early Church (Book of Acts)

Biblical Heroes

Biblical Conflict Resolution

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Participation (for Citizenship)

Group/Individual Projects

Homework Assignments

Scripture Memory

Tests

Additional Activities

Chapel

Devotions

See You at the Pole

Spiritual Emphasis Week

National Day of Prayer

History

Philosophy

To know our God more thoroughly, we teach social studies to enable us to explore the past, learn from it, and see God’s hand through the ages. All true education is a pursuit of Him who created all things (Ephesians 3:9; Colossians 1:16; Revelation 4:11), and who holds the entire creation (Colossians 1:17) and the destiny of man (Romans 2:16) in His hands.

Objective

The students will explore world history from Creation to the start of the Reformation, through the use of reading, writing, discussion, research and participation in a project. They will examine the physical and cultural geography of the world and how they relate. The students will also examine the virtues which constitute good character and good citizenship.

Textbook

The World (Harcourt Brace)

Novel

The Odyssey (Student Edition)

Materials

Student Textbook

Activity Book

Daily Geography

Maps and Charts

Composition Book

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

Unit 1: Early People and Ways of Life

Unit 2: Cradles of Civilization

Unit 3: Asia’s Classical Age

Unit 4: The Mediterranean

Unit 5: Rise of New Empires

Unit 6: Growth of Trade

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Participation

Written Assignments

Homework Assignments

Quizzes

Tests

Projects

Additional Activities

Current Event Assignments

Country Research Report

Language Arts

Philosophy

God is the supreme communicator. He spoke the world into existence and uses many forms to communicate His goodness and truth to us. Language arts reflects our recognition that God wants us to communicate with Him and others by being proficient in reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Objective

Students will be introduced to the basic literary elements and incorporate these elements into stories, discussions and presentations. Students will define vocabulary terms and use the terms appropriately in sentences. Students will use and correctly spell grade appropriate words. In writing assignments, students will use the four types of essays.

Textbooks

Easy Grammar Plus (Easy Grammar Systems)

Vocabulary Workshop, Level A (Sadlier-Oxford)

Distant Views Literature Anthology (Scott Foresman)

Strategies for Writers (Zaner-Bloser)

Novels

Phantom Tollbooth (By Norton Juster)

The Last Battle (By C. S. Lewis)

Materials

Composition Book

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

Literature

Justice for All Unit

Meeting Challenges Unit

Coming to America Unit

The Great Outdoors Unit

Exploring the Universe Unit

Grammar

Prepositions

Verbs

Interjections/Conjunctions

Nouns

Adjectives

Adverbs

Sentences

Pronouns

Capitalization/Punctuation

Figurative Language

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class and Homework Assignments

Writing Assignments

Vocabulary, Grammar and Comprehension Tests

Additional Activities

Essays

Projects

Math

Philosophy

Mathematics instruction has four main functions. First, it equips students to function effectively in an ever-changing world by becoming proficient in computational and communication skills. Second, it enables students to understand and apply mathematical concepts in everyday life. Third, it develops higher-order thinking skills necessary to make a contribution in related fields of study, research, and technology. Finally, it clearly illustrates the order and structure of the world God created.

Objective

Students will master the four basic operations with whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. They will solve problems involving proportion, percent, and data analysis. In addition, they will learn pre-algebra concepts, elementary geometry, and measurement. Sixth graders will learn to take and use math notes.

Textbook

McGraw-Hill Mathematics, Grade 6 (McGraw-Hill School Division)

Materials

Workbook

Math Journal

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Unit One: Number Concepts and Number Theory

Unit Two: Decimal Computation

Unit Three: Fraction Computation

Unit Four: Introduction to Percents

Unit Five: Measurement and Geometry

Unit Six: Introduction to Algebra, Integers and Rational Numbers

Unit Seven: Ratio, Proportions, and Percent

Unit Eight: Data, Statistics, Graphs, and Probability

Throughout: Problem Solving

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Participation

Class and Homework Assignments

Math Facts

Individual Projects

Quizzes and Tests

Additional Activities

Students have the opportunity to try out for the Association of Christian Schools International (A.C.S.I.) Math Olympics.

Science

Earth Science

Philosophy

Science is the study of the wonder, beauty, order and relationship in God’s creation. Through science, students will be continually challenged to examine, appreciate and evaluate the world and recognize God as its source.

Objective

The sixth grade science curriculum will focus on Earth Science.

Textbook

Science Explorer: Earth Science (Prentice Hall)

Materials

Sciencesaurus (Houghton-Mifflin)

Current Science Magazines

Teacher Supplemental Resources

Time Allotment

30 minutes/day, four days/week

Course Content

Intro to Earth Science

Minerals

Rocks

Plate Tectonics

Earthquakes

Volcanoes

Weathering and Soil

Formation

Erosion and Deposition

Geologic Time

Energy Resources

Disaster Preparation

Fresh Water

Ocean Motions

Ocean Zones

Atmosphere

Weather Factors

Weather Patterns

Climate and Climate Change

Earth, Moon, and Sun

Solar System

Stars, Galaxy, and Universe

First Aid

Health Topics

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Work

Homework

Projects

Assessment of Process Skills and Course Content

Class Participation

Additional Activities

Field Trip to Rawhide Ranch

Below is the curriculum for Seventh Grade, listed by subject matter in alphabetical order.

Bible

Philosophy

The ultimate goal of the Bible curriculum is to lead children to the discovery of truth. Truth is discovered through the living and written word of God, through the revelation of the Holy Spirit, through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, and through living in community with others. In order to know, understand, and apply God’s truth, students will devote time each day to studying and memorizing God’s word, learning more about God through a biblically based curriculum, participating in classroom devotions, and interacting with Christian teachers and peers. In response to God’s love, students can demonstrate their devotion to Him through chapel and ministry opportunities. Biblical truths are the foundation of every subject taught at Arcadia Christian School.

Objective

Students will come to understand scripture and scriptural principles as a whole. They will see foundations laid for future studies. They will discover each book’s context, especially its relation to the other books. In the end, they will know where to locate key events and characters in the Bible.

Textbook

New International Version Bible

Route 66 (Positive Action for Christ)

The Case for Christ (Lee Strobel)

Materials

Composition Book

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

Studies on All the Books of The Bible (Genesis – Revelation)

Christian Apologetics (Life, Death, and the Resurrection of Jesus)

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Participation

Homework Assignments

Group Projects

Individual Projects

Quizzes

Tests

Additional Activities

Chapel

Devotionals

Spiritual Emphasis Week

See You at the Pole

Junior High Spiritual Life Retreat

National Day of Prayer

History

Philosophy

To know our God more thoroughly, we teach social studies to enable us to explore the past, learn from it, and see God’s hand through the ages. All true education is a pursuit of Him who created all things (Ephesians 3:9; Colossians 1:16; Revelation 4:11), and who holds the entire creation (Colossians 1:17) and the destiny of man (Romans 2:16) in His hands.

Objective

The students will explore world history from the Reformation to the present through the use of reading, writing, discussion, research, and participation in projects. They will examine the physical and cultural geography of the world and how they relate. The students will also examine the virtues which constitute good character and good citizenship.

Textbook

The World (Harcourt Brace)

Novel

Crispin: The Cross of Lead (by Avi)

Materials

Daily Geography

Maps and Charts

Interactive Student Binder

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

Unit 6: Growth of Trade

Unit 7: The Early Modern World

Unit 8: Times in Rapid Change

Unit 9: The World at War

Unit 10: Toward the Present Day

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class and Homework Assignments

Individual and Group Projects

Quizzes and Tests

Written Assignments

Additional Activities

Current Event Assignments

Quarterly Writing Assignments

 Short Essay Answers

World Figure Research Report

Language Arts

Philosophy

God is the supreme communicator. He spoke this world into existence and uses many forms to communicate His goodness and truth to us. Language arts reflects our recognition that God wants us to communicate with Him and others by being proficient in reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Objective

The students will understand and give examples of the basic literary elements and develop critical thinking skills. They will identify the eight parts of speech within a sentence and use the parts of speech correctly. Students will use capitalization and punctuation correctly. They will practice various types of writing, developing paragraph unity and writing in their style.

Textbooks

Elements of Language (Harcourt Education)

Vocabulary Workshop, Level B (Sadlier-Oxford)

Daily Grams (Wanda C. Phillips)

Novels

A Wrinkle in Time (Madeleine L’Engle)

Jip, His Story (Katherine Paterson)

Materials

ACS Writing Guides

Composition Books

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Literature 

Short Stories

Drama

Nonfiction

Poetry

Novels

Grammar

Prepositions

Verbs

Interjections/Conjunctions

Nouns

Adjectives

Adverbs

Sentences

Pronouns

Capitalization/Punctuation   

Writing

Descriptive Essay

Persuasive Essay

Narrative Essay

Technical Writing Essay

Literary Analysis Essay

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class and Homework Assignments

Individual and Group Projects

Quizzes and Tests

Writing Assignments

Additional Activities

Journal Writing

Poetry Writing

Writing Assignments

Book Reports

Literature Projects

Math

Pre Algebra

Philosophy

Mathematics instruction has four main functions. First, it equips students to function effectively in an ever-changing world by becoming proficient in computational and communication skills. Second, it enables students to understand and apply mathematical concepts in everyday life. Third, it develops higher-order thinking skills necessary to make a contribution in related fields of study, research, and technology. Finally, it clearly illustrates the order and structure of the world God created.

Objective

Students will solve problems using positive and negative numbers, percent and positive irrational numbers. They will write and solve equations, draw diagrams, measure, find patterns, and analyze data. In addition, students will continue to develop study skills, including note-taking, test-taking, and the correct use of the answers given in the back of the textbook.

Textbook

CA Middle School Mathematics Concepts and Skills: Course 2 (McDougal/Littell)

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Chapters 1-2: Introduction to Algebra

Chapter 3: Operations with Integers

Chapter 4: Equations

Chapter 5: Rational Numbers and Percents

Chapter 6: Operations with Positive and Negative Fractions

Chapter 7: Proportion and Percent Applications

Chapter 8: Geometry Concepts

Chapter 9: Square Roots and Inequalities

Chapter 10: Area and Volume

Chapter 11: Graphing Linear Equations

Chapter 12: Polynomials

Areas to Be Evaluated

Classwork

Homework

Tests/ Quizzes

Projects

Class Participation

Additional Activities

Students will have the opportunity to be selected as an ACS representative for the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Math Olympics in the categories of Computation or Reasoning.

Science

Life Science

Philosophy

Science is the study of the wonder, beauty, order and relationship in God’s creation. Through science, students will be continually challenged to examine, appreciate and evaluate the world and recognize God as its source.

Objective

The seventh grade science curriculum will focus on Life Science.

Textbook

Science Explorer: Life Science (Prentice Hall)

Materials

Sciencesaurus (Houghton Mifflin)

Current Science Magazines

Time Allotment

Lecture and Lab

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Intro to Life Science

Living Things

Ecosystems and Biomes

Genetics

Evolution

Creation

Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi

Plants

Mollusks and Arthropods

Cell Processes

Living Resources

Science Camp

First Aid

Bones, Muscles, and Skin

Food and Digestion

Circulation

Respiration and Excretion

Fighting Disease

Nervous System

Endocrine and Reproduction

Echinoderms and Fish

Amphibians and Reptiles

Birds and Mammals

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Work

Homework

Projects

Assessment of Process Skills

Assessment of Course Content

Additional Activities

Field Trip to Catalina

 

Below is the curriculum for Eighth Grade, listed by subject matter in alphabetical order.

Bible

Philosophy

The ultimate goal of the Bible curriculum is to lead children to the discovery of truth. Truth is discovered through the living and written word of God, through the revelation of the Holy Spirit, through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, and through living in community with others. In order to know, understand, and apply God’s truth, students will devote time each day to studying and memorizing God’s word, learning more about God through a biblically based curriculum, participating in classroom devotions, and interacting with Christian teachers and peers. In response to God’s love, students can demonstrate their devotion to Him through chapel and ministry opportunities. Biblical truths are the foundation of every subject taught at Arcadia Christian School.

Objective

Students will explore the basics of Christian thought while integrating key issues in Christian apologetics to equip them for the future.

Textbooks

New International Version Bible

Lightbearers (Summit Ministries)

Materials

Workbook: How to Be Your Own Selfish Pig (by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay)

Composition Notebook

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

Developing a Christian Worldview

Theology

Philosophy

Biology

Psychology

Ethics

Sociology

Law

Politics

Economics

History

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Participation

Homework Assignments

Group/Individual Projects

Scripture Memory

Quizzes

Tests

Additional Activities

Chapel

Devotionals

Spiritual Emphasis Week

Junior High Spiritual Life Retreat

National Day of Prayer

History

 

Philosophy

To know our God more thoroughly, we teach social studies to enable us to explore the past, learn from it, and see God’s hand through the ages. All true education is a pursuit of Him who created all things (Ephesians 3:9; Colossians 1:16; Revelation 4:11), and who holds the entire creation (Colossians 1:17) and the destiny of man (Romans 2:16) in His hands.

Objective

The students will explore a chronological account of our nation’s history from America’s discovery through modern America.

Textbook

The American Nation (Prentice Hall)

Federal Constitution (History Alive)

World War II (History Alive)

Civil War (History Alive)

Materials

Interactive Student Binder

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

Unit 1: Roots of American History

Unit 2: The Revolutionary Era

Unit 2: The Federal Constitution

Unit 4: The Early Republic

Unit 5: An Era of Expansion

Unit 6: Division and Reunion

Unit 7: A New Role for the Nation

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Participation

Homework Assignments

Tests

Quizzes

Individual/Group Projects

Additional Activities

Research Report on an American President

Washington, D.C. Photo Journal

State and Federal Constitution Exam

Washington, D.C. Historical Field Trip

Report on Arlington National Cemetery

 

Language Arts

 

Philosophy

God is the supreme communicator. He spoke this world into existence and uses many forms to communicate His goodness and truth to us. Language arts reflects our recognition that God wants us to communicate with Him and others by being proficient in reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Objective

The course of study includes literature, composition, grammar, and vocabulary development. The students will recognize basic literary elements and discuss how they relate to a literary piece, promoting critical thinking skills. Students will master the eight parts of speech and correct usage in grammar and mechanics. Students will continue to practice various forms of prose writing.

Textbooks

Elements of Literature (Harcourt Education)

Vocabulary Workshop, Level C (Sadlier-Oxford)

Daily Grams (Wanda C. Phillips)

Novels

Hatchet (Gary Paulsen)

Words By Heart (Ouida Sebestyen)

Materials

Student Textbooks

Composition Book

ACS Writing Guide

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day; five days/week

Course Content

Literature 

Short Stories

Drama

Nonfiction

Poetry

Novels

Grammar

Prepositions

Verbs

Interjections/Conjunctions

Nouns

Adjectives

Adverbs

Sentences

Pronouns

Capitalization/Punctuation   

Writing

Descriptive Essay

Persuasive Essay

Narrative Essay

Technical Writing Essay

Literary Analysis Essay

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class and Homework Assignments

Writing Assignments

Individual and Group Projects

Quizzes and Tests

Additional Activities

Book Reports

Poetry Writing

Literature Projects

Math

Pre Algebra

Philosophy

Mathematics instruction has four main functions. First, it equips students to function effectively in an ever-changing world by becoming proficient in computational and communication skills. Second, it enables students to understand and apply mathematical concepts in everyday life. Third, it develops higher-order thinking skills necessary to make a contribution in related fields of study, research, and technology. Finally, it clearly illustrates the order and structure of the world God created.

Objective

Students will continue to prepare for Algebra I. They will solve problems and analyze data. Students will learn to use the textbook as a study tool.

Textbook

Middle Grades Math: Tools for Success, Course 3 (Prentice Hall)

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Unit Two: Integers and Variable Expressions

Unit Three: Equations and Inequalities

Unit Four: Graphing in the Coordinate Plane

Unit Five: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Unit Six: Proportions

Unit Seven: Percent

Unit Eight: Geometry and Measurement

Unit Nine: Probability

Unit Ten: Functions and Polynomials

Unit Eleven: Probability

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Participation

Class and Homework Assignments

Quizzes and Tests

Additional Activities

Students will have the opportunity to be selected as an ACS representative for the Association of Christian Schools International (ASCI) Math Olympics in the categories of Computation or Reasoning.

Algebra
 
 
Philosophy

 

Mathematics instruction has four main functions. First, it equips students to function effectively in an ever-changing world by becoming proficient in computational and communication skills. Second, it enables students to understand and apply mathematical concepts in everyday life. Third, it develops higher-order thinking skills necessary to make a contribution in related fields of study, research, and technology. Finally, it clearly illustrates the order and structure of the world God created.

Objective

Students will learn first-year algebra. They will go beyond memorizing procedures; they will think about how to solve problems using the concepts and properties they have learned.

Textbook

Merrill Algebra I: Applications and Connections (Glencoe)

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Algebra

Chapter 2: Rational Numbers

Chapter 3: Equations

Chapter 4: Applications of Rational Numbers

Chapter 5: Inequalities

Chapter 6: Polynomials

Chapter 7: Factoring

Chapter 8: Rational Expressions

Chapter 9: Functions

Chapter 10: Graphing of Linear Equations

Chapter 11: Systems of Open Sentences

Chapter 12: Radical Expressions

Chapter 13: Quadratic Equations

Areas to Be Evaluated

Classwork

Homework

Quizzes and Tests

Additional Activities

Students will have the opportunity to be selected as an ACS representative for the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Math Olympics in the categories of Computation or Reasoning.

Algebra Plus

Philosophy

Mathematics instruction has four main functions. First, it equips students to function effectively in an ever-changing world by becoming proficient in computational and communication skills. Second, it enables students to understand and apply mathematical concepts in everyday life. Third, it develops higher-order thinking skills necessary to make a contribution in related fields of study, research, and technology. Finally, it clearly illustrates the order and structure of the world God created.

Objective

Students will learn the material covered in Algebra I as well as major topics covered in geometry. They will be challenged to solve problems using the concepts and properties they learn.

Textbook

Merrill Algebra I: Applications and Connections (Glencoe)

Merrill Geometry: Applications and Connections (Glencoe)

Time Allotment

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Algebra I

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Algebra

Chapter 2: Rational Numbers

Chapter 3: Equations

Chapter 4: Applications of Rational Numbers

Chapter 5: Inequalities

Chapter 6: Polynomials

Chapter 7: Factoring

Chapter 8: Rational Expressions

Chapter 9: Functions

Chapter 10: Graphing of Linear Equations

Chapter 11: Systems of Open Sentences

Chapter 12: Radical Expressions

Chapter 13: Quadratic Equations

Geometry Concepts

Language of Geometry

Proofs

Parallels and Triangles

Quadrilaterals

Trigonometry

Circles

Areas to Be Evaluated

Classwork

Homework

Quizzes and Tests

Additional Activities

Students will have the opportunity to be selected as an ACS representative for the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Math Olympics in the categories of Computation or Reasoning.

Science

Physical Science

Philosophy

Science is the study of the wonder, beauty, order and relationship in God’s creation. Through science, students will be continually challenged to examine, appreciate and evaluate the world and recognize God as its source.

Objective

The eighth grade science curriculum will focus on physical science.

Textbook

Science Explorer: Physical Science (Prentice Hall)

Materials

Current Science Magazines

Time Allotment

Lecture and Lab

45 minutes/day, five days/week

Course Content

Intro to Physical Science

Intro to Matter

Solids, Liquids, Gases

Elements, Periodic Table

Atoms and Bonding

Chemical Reactions

Acids, Bases, Solutions

Carbon Chemistry

Motion

Forces

Disaster Preparation

Thermal Energy, Heat

Characteristics of Waves

Sound

Electromagnetic Spectrum

Light

Magnetism

Electricity

Areas to Be Evaluated

Class Work

Homework

Projects

Assessment of Process Skills

Assessment of Course Content

Additional Activities

Every student will be required to complete a Science Fair project.  However, those students with top scores will have the opportunity to represent ACS at the ACSI Science Fair in the area of either Life or Physical Science.