FALL 2018 CLASS INFORMATION
Complete descriptions of offered courses, including suggested grade levels, instructor, class price, lab/materials fee, and required texts and materials, if any. Great info to share with your evaluator!
BEFORE registering your child for classes, read this updated information. This dated document supersedes all previous versions. We recommend that you save and/or print this document for your reference.
Feel free to print these documents to aid in your class planning.
English Grammar & Composition--Gr. 6-8
Novel Writing/NaNoWriMo--Gr. 6-12
HS American Lit : Banned Books--Gr. 9-12
Algebra I--Gr. 8-10
Algebra II--Gr. 9-12
Advanced Math--Gr. 10-12
The Science of Disease--Gr. 7-12
Zombie-Based Geography--Gr. 5-8
Classroom City: A Simulation of Local Gov't & Economics--Gr. 5-12
U. S. Civics & Government--Gr. 7-12
Zombie-Based Geography--Gr. 9-12
American Art History--Gr. 5-12
Baking--Gr. 5-12 (CLASS IS FULL)
Public Health Safety--Gr.
A Note about the SHG Math Program:
At SHG, we believe firmly that the Saxon curriculum provides the strongest math preparation for our students. We have a proven record of student success in math, evidenced by student acceptance into college math, science, engineering, and college honors programs. Of course, not every student will be a scientist, but we believe that every student deserves a strong foundation in math.
If you are new to the Saxon program, and are not sure in which class to enroll your child, placement tests are available to assist parents in determining the appropriate level. Feel free to contact the instructor through the group email with any questions about placement.
The placement test for Saxon 54, 65, 76, 87,
Algebra 1/2, and Algebra I is here.
The placement test for Saxon Algebra I, Algebra II, Advanced Math, and Calculus is here.
The fall Baking class had a limited class size and is now full (5/1). Further registrations will be put on a list to be contacted for a spring class.
Algebra I, Algebra II, Advanced Math, and Calculus have been cancelled due to low enrollment. Students may contact Mr. Burke through the contact page of this website to arrange tutoring if desired.