Biology (Kendall) (Honors option)
This course, covering the broad spectrum of biology, is one of the three core high school science classes. Each class begins with a discussion of the material, and then moves to a hands-on learning activity or lab to keep the students actively engaged. We will have heavy microscope use, model making, and dissections. I am a born again Christian and a creationist who believes in a young Earth. This worldview will be woven into everything we do.
This biology course includes a tree identification workshop, where the students will learn how to identify native Georgia trees using a field guide for their fall project. August 10th and 13th. Attendance for at least one workshop is required. Contact me for conflicts.
Regular and Honors Levels:
Grades: Grades will be based on homework, tests, labs & notebook, projects, and participation. Grades will be posted on Gradebook.
Text: Exploring Creation with Biology (2nd Edition) by Dr. Jay Wiles
Tuition: $530 tuition paid in full by first day of class
or two payments of $290 paid by the first day of class each semester.
Lab Fee: $100 for the year (due the first day of class)
Ask about multi-student discounts.
Please feel free to call or email with any questions.
Enrollment is for a year-long course worth one credit hour. There are families on the waiting list that have been turned away. By enrolling in this course, you are committing to a full year of study and full payment of tuition.
Exceptions will be made as follows:
In these cases, a prorated refund of tuition will be given, or the remainder of the unpaid balance will be waived.