Schedule

 

The schedule below is in EASTERN TIME (EST). (Example: 11am)

Subtract 6 hours for HAWAII. (Example: 5am)

Subtract 4 hours for ALASKA. (Example: 7am)

Subtract 3 hours for PACIFIC TIME. (Example: 8am)

Subtract 2 hours for MOUNTAIN TIME. (Example: 9am)

Subtract 1 hour for CENTRAL TIME. (Example: 10am)

 

Fall & Spring Schedules

Fall Schedule First Semester

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

11am-12noon

Great Books 1

 

Great Books 1

12noon-1pm

Eng. Comp 1

Shakespeare 1

 

Shakespeare 1

Eng. Comp 1

1pm-2pm

Latin 3

American Gov.& Law

Music Hist 1

American Gov.& Law

Music Hist 1

2pm-3pm

Latin 1

Rhetoric

Latin 1

Latin 3

Rhetoric

3pm-4pm

Basic Math 1

(See below 1)

Adv. Math 1

(See below 3)

Basic Science 1

(See below 2)

Adv. Science 1

(See below 4

Logic I

4pm-5pm

Logic I

Adv. Science 1

(See below 4

Basic Math 1

(See below 1)

Adv. Math 1

(See below 3)

Basic Science 1

(See below 2)

1. Basic Math includes Pre-Algebra a & Algebra 1a

2. Basic Science includes Biology 1, General Science 1 & Physical Science 1

3. Advanced Math includes Algebra 2a & Pre-Calculus a

4. Advanced Science includes Chemistry 1 & Physics 1

5. Classes are dialectic, to include discussion of questions posed by students or instructor, with mini-lectures interspersed as appropriate. Students may post questions on a forum board (Edmodo), monitored by the instructor on non-class days. Students are graded for attendance and participation (10%) in both of the live, dialectic (Q&A) sessions. Recorded lectures are available on the King’s Way YouTube channel for review, excused absences, students entering mid-term.

6. Economics, Worldview Lab and Bible are approved by the State of Virginia & taught by New Geneva Leadership Academy as Correspondence Studies emphasizing discipleship and oversight. An academic orientation includes discussion of assignments followed by email of syllabus and MP3 CD lectures. Student purchases books and meets with professor for mid-term discussion. Before the final exam the student meets again with the professor to discuss essay requirements. Students who are diligent in their studies, interactive with the professor, complete all assignments and submit a well thought-out final essay receive the grade of A. Work deemed unaccept- able must be re-submitted. If still unacceptable the grade is incomplete

 

Important Calendar Dates

Sept. 10, 2018 First Semester Begins

Oct. 7-14, 2018 Fall Break

Nov. 22-25, 2018 Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 17, 2018-Jan. 1 2019 Christmas/New Year Break

Jan. 2, 2019 Class Resumes

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Jan. 28, 2019 Second Semester Begins

Feb. 18, 2019 President’s Day Holiday

Mar. 2-10, 2019 Spring Break

Apr. 20-Apr. 22, 2019 Easter Break

May 24, 2019 Last Day of School

 

Spring Schedule Second Semester

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

11am-12noon

Great Books 2

Worldview 2

 

Worldview 2

Great Books

12noon-1pm

Eng. Comp 2

Shakespeare 2

 

Shakespeare 2

Eng. Comp 2

1pm-2pm

Latin 4

American History & Lit

Music Hist 2

American History & Lit

Music Hist 2

2pm-3pm

Latin 2

Debate

Latin 2

Latin 4

Debate

3pm-4pm

Basic Math 2

(See below 1)

Adv. Math 2

(See below 3)

Basic Science 2

(See below 2)

Adv. Science 2

(See below 4

Logic 2

4pm-5pm

Logic 2

Adv. Science 2

(See below 4

Basic Math 2

(See below 1)

Adv. Math 2

(See below 3)

Basic Science 2

(See below 2)

1. Basic Math includes Pre-Algebra b & Algebra 1b

2. Basic Science includes Biology 2, General Science 2 & Physical Science 2

3. Advanced Math includes Algebra 2b & Pre-Calculus b

4. Advanced Science includes Chemistry 2 & Physics 2

22 Credits required for graduation.