Tuesday and Thursday classes meet all school year long unless specified.
* Denotes classes that meet Tuesday ONLY.
Apologia Chemistry 
This chemistry course is designed for the student to learn amazing things about the study of matter. The 16 modules cover measurement and units, atoms and molecules, classifying matter and its changes, chemical equations, stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $20 lab/copy fee
Text: Apologia Chemistry, 2nd edition Dr. Wile (new 3rd edition will NOT work) 
Physics 
This course uses Apologia's Exploring Creation with Physics, which provides an introduction to the methods and concepts of physics. A student who does well and understands the material will be well prepared for college level physics. Not an easy course, but a fascinating subject! Physics is a required course in many colleges for engineering, sciences, nursing, pharmacy, and other medical fields.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $20 lab/copy fee
Text: Apologia Exploring Creation with Physics, 2nd edition, Dr. Wile 
Advanced Biology 
This course will give the student a solid understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. In addition to the textbooks, the course will include inclass labs with microscopic views of human tissues, organ dissections, a normal motor development lab, guest speakers, field trips, and semester class projects that will provide health related experiences for the students. This is a college level course that requires the student to be well organized and selfmotivated.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $20 lab/copy fee
Texts: NEW in 2019 Apologia Exploring Creation with Advanced Biology, 2nd Ed., Shannon, M.M and Yunis, R.L. (2013). (This is the most current book for this class. There is an older edition of the text book written by Dr. Wile which will not work for this course). NEW this year Kaplan Medical Anatomy Coloring Book, 6th Edition 
Biology 
This is a collegeprep general biology class. Students will gain a strong understanding of the scientific method, the fivekingdom classification scheme (Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia), the chemistry of life, cellular biology, genetics, and ecosystems. Inclass microscope labs and dissections will reinforce concepts. An in depth look at the theory of evolution and evidence for creation, with a student project, will be conducted in the second semester.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $20 lab/copy fee
Text: Apologia: Exploring Creation with Biology, 2nd edition Dr. Wile 
Physical Science 
The following topics are covered in this curriculum:
Matter, Types of Substances, Interactions of Matter, Matter in Motion, Energy at Work, and Electricity and Magnetism. Labs will be done in class. 
Cost: $180/ semester, plus $20 lab/copy fee
Text: The Physical Science 2nd Edition  Textbook (Grades 79) published by Christian Schools International 
British Literature

Students will be empowered by exposure to some of the greatest literature of all time, from Beowulf in the Old English period, through Chaucer in the Middle English period, Shakespeare in the Renaissance, and authors and poets such as Dickens, Keats, Shelley, and Wordsworth in the Victorian era. We will conclude with noteworthy contributions in the twentieth century, including Lewis, Huxley, Wells, and Churchill. This course will consider the context in which these famous British works were created, cultivating critical thinking skills through an understanding of the broad range of historical and political periods during which they emerged. Simultaneously, students will be encouraged to find enjoyment in the beauty of the written word as an art form. Students should be proficient in essay writing and basic grammar. A good deal of reading will be required, as well as the completion of occasional essays. This is an upperlevel, AP equivalent course.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: book list will be provided 
American Literature

Students will be encouraged by exposure to some of the greatest and wellknown literature in American history, from the colonial period to modern times: Paine, Jefferson, and Bradstreet, Miller, Cather, Porter, Hemingway, Capote, and Enger. Poets will include Wheatley, Bradstreet, Frost, Whitman, Poe, Dickinson, Longfellow, Emerson, Thoreau, and Angelo. This course will consider the context in which these American works were created, cultivating critical thinking skills through an understanding of the broad range of historical and political periods during which they emerged. Pulitzer Prizewinning selections will take into consideration content which will best equip the student for college study, as well as those which will foster an enjoyment in the written word as art. Students should plan to read constantly and to submit occasional essays in this class.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: book list will be provided 
Communication

This course is a continuation of Communication Arts I. It provides an opportunity for students to continue to develop skills in oral and written English, grammar, composition, vocabulary, research and reading skills in order to increase students' appreciation of literature. Students will be given written assignments and the reading they assigned will be more complex and require more indepth study and classroom discussion.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: book list will be given 
Communication

This class is designed to provide an opportunity to reinforce and expand skills in literary analysis, critical thinking. sentence structure vocabulary and word usage through composition. Students will be given written assignments and literature unit exercises. Reading comprehension strategies are emphasized, and students will learn how to discern worldview through literary periods.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Book list will be given 
*Junior High Science

Students are introduced to the scientific method and encouraged to apply it throughout the Christian general science test. They are given a fascinating study of soil science, plants, the human body, forestry, classification, microscopy, Creation, and insects.

Cost: $155/semester, plus lab fee $20, $10 copy fee
Text: ABeka Science: Order and Design 7th grade test, 1st Edition or Revised Edition (either one will work.) 
*Junior High English

This class will cover fundamentals of junior high English, including reading, literature analysis, vocabulary, writing, discussion and speaking. This course will not formally cover grammar or spelling.

Cost: $155/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Various bookslist will be provided 
Precalculus 
This subject provides a thorough presentation of trigonometry, analytical geometry, and an introduction to the calculus topics of the derivative and the integral. The text provides students with the skills and understanding to solve a variety of problems while preparing them for more advanced courses. A scientific calculator with trigonometric functions, powers, roots, and logarithmic functions is required. Prerequisite: Algebra 2 and Geometry

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Abeka, Precalculus with Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry 
Algebra 2 
This subject will advance the student's understanding of the basic concepts of algebra, and help the student acquire the importance of manipulative algebraic skills and practicality of algebra and its axioms, rules, and principles. Prerequisite: Algebra 1

Cost: $180/ semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Abeka, Algebra 2, 2nd edition / a scientific calculator that has trig functions, powers, logarithms, and roots 
Geometry 
The class will teach principles of geometry using proofs with less formal presentation than other resources. This course focuses on guiding the student into developing geometric intuition. Prerequisite: Algebra 1

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Saxon Geometry 2009 edition 
Algebra 
This class covers topics such as arithmetic and evaluation of expressions involving signed numbers, exponents, and roots; Pythagorean theorem; algebraic proofs; functional notation; graphical solutions of simultaneous equations and more. Prerequisite: prealgebra or teacher permission.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Saxon Algebra I textbook, 3rd edition, plus answer key 
Prealgebra 
This class is a culmination of prealgebra mathematics, covering all topics normally taught in prealgebra, as well as additional topics from geometry and discrete mathematics (used in engineering and computer sciences.) With Saxon Algebra 1/2, students can deepen their understanding of prealgebra topics such as fractions, decimals, percents, mixed numbers, signed numbers, order of operations, evaluation of algebraic expressions, and solutions for linear equations in one unknown.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Saxon Algebra 1/2 textbook, 3rd edition 
Spanish 3 
This comprehensive program expands the students' knowledge of the Spanish language and provides them an opportunity to acquire a more advanced level of communication in the Spanish language and Spanish culture. Prerequisite Spanish 2.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Buen Viaje 2 
Spanish 2 
This comprehensive program encourages meaningful, practical communication by immersing your students in the language and culture of the Spanishspeaking world for 2nd year Spanish students. Emphasis will be placed on conversation and writing. Prerequisite: Spanish 1.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Buen Viaje 2 
Spanish 1 
This comprehensive program encourages meaningful, practical communication by immersing your students in the language and culture of the Spanishspeaking world for beginner and intermediate Spanish students.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Buen Viaje 1 
World History 
This High School level course will not only cover the rise of Western Civilization, but extensively cover civilizations and empires from around the world.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Exploring World History volumes 1 & 2 (2014 updated edition) and the Student Review book by Ray Notgrass (copyright 2014) 
American History 
This High School level course is an overview starting with Columbus and brings you to present day America.

Cost: $180/semester, copy fee $10 copy fee
Text: Exploring America volumes 1 & 2 (2014 updated edition) and Student Review book by Ray Notgrass (copyright 2014) 
GovernmentFall semester 
This class will cover local, state, and national governments as well as the opportunities and responsibilities of American citizens in the political system.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Exploring Government, Student Review book plus We Hold These Truths by Ray Notgrass (copyright 2016) 
Economics  Spring Semester 
This is a broad survey course that deals with a vast array of economic issues. A variety of topics will be addressed and discussed, including money, inflation, profits, wages, supply & demand, international trade, and communism, to name a few.

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Exploring Economics and Student Review book by Ray Notgrass (copyright 2016) 
World Views

This class begins with A Case for Christ so as to erase any possible doubts regarding the authority of our faith and to confirm what we know to be true. We will then study Islam, Mormonism, Freemasonry, Jehovah's Witnesses, Scientology and New Age philosophies through selected reading material to provide a comprehensive understanding of the other major beliefs that compete against truth in our society. The aim is to empower and encourage the confident Christian student to a zealous desire to defend the faith!

Cost: $180/semester, plus $10 copy fee
Text: Complete list will be provide 
Study Hall
Any student staying at Lenexa Baptist Church and who is not in a class MUST be in study hall and sign up for the appropriate session(s). Tuesday afternoon sessions from 12:453:30 are free.
Cost: $25 per student per semester per session
Study hall sessions: Tuesday a.m., Thursday a.m. and Thursday p.m.
Study hall sessions: Tuesday a.m., Thursday a.m. and Thursday p.m.
Additional fees
Administrative fee: $60 per family/per semester. Includes cleaning, bookkeeping and overseeing of elementary classes.
Elementary program materials fee: $15 per family/per semester. ONLY for families with elementary and preschool age children.
Leadership Team
Kelley Goddard (administrator)
Rachelle Martin (bookkeeper)
Martha Slaven
Kara Holdman
Staci Cook
Diane Eflin
Jami Lobdell
Stephanie Vanderhorst
Kat VanRhee
Questions?
Contact Kelley Goddard
KelleyGoddard.SA@gmail.com