This course is offered on Tuesdays.
Students may sign up for one or both semesters.
This course is open to all middle school students.
Please speak with the tutor or a member of the Academic Affairs Committee
if you are concerned about the readiness of your student.
An introductory course on the Bible which presents all the important themes and ties both
Old and New Testaments into one story.
The class will structured in such a way as to allow students to enroll in one or both semesters.
The first semester will focus on Old Testament and the second semester will be on the New Testament.
Pentateuch (Genesis - Deuteronomy)
Historical Books (Joshua - Esther)
Poetic Books (Job - Song of Solomon)
Major Prophets (Isaiah - Daniel)
Minor Prophets (Hosea - Malachi)
Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John)
Acts of the Apostles
Course Class Time:
Introduction to the scripture text, concepts, and history
The majority of the class will be reading and discussion.
Course Homework Requirements:
Homework will be some scripture reading and fill in the blank.
Each quarter students will have a test going over books of the Bible learned,
and some central themes.
At the end of each Semester, there will be a visual project due based on a historial scene, geographic location, or theme we discussed. These will be presented to the whole class.
25% quarterly tests
25% semester projects
Internet access is required for this course.
boards, markers, other craft supplies needed
for end-of-semester visual projects.