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CURRICULUM

SCIENCE & SOCIAL STUDIES

Elementary Students have science and social studies for a semester each. This class is called Integrated Units. These classes follow the NC DPI Standards as a basis for instruction.

Middle School Students have science and social students for a semester each. These classes follow the NC DPI Standards as a basis for instruction.

GREEK

Elementary Students attend 50 minutes of Greek Language and 50 minutes of Greek Math each day. K-2nd Greek Math is co-taught with the Greek & Homeroom teachers. 

Middle School Students attend 54 minutes of Greek Language and 54 minutes of Greek Math each day. Greek Language and Greek Math classes are leveled starting in 5th grade. 

New Students in 5th - 8th grade are started in beginner Greek classes. Elementary students learn using differentiated instruction.

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ELECTIVES

Elementary Students attend on special class daily. Art, Music, Library, Computer & PE are attended.

Middle School Electives include, P.E. Band, Art, Drama, Spanish or Chinese

 

WRITING

Elementary Students learn a balanced literacy approach to writing. We use research-based sources to teach our scholars because we know they work.

Middle School Students Middle school scholars write expository, narrative and persuasive essays. Scholars conduct a series of edits, receiving feedback from peers and teachers.

MATHEMATICS

Elementary Students are taught Math using the Singapore method twice daily. Once in English and once in Greek.

Middle School Students are offered Math through High School Math II. Students learn math using the Socratic method to discover/explore concepts through questions and discussion.

LITERACY

Elementary Students are taught using a balanced literacy approach to reading. This means that we pull the best research-based sources to teach reading and phonics.

Middle School Students Middle school scholars are taught at a rigorous level. Scholars consistently participate in Socratic Seminars and are challenged to think critically.