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High School

High School (Grades 9-12) – TIA’s comprehensive and individualized High School curriculum includes math, language arts, science, social studies, and multiple module electives. During TIA’s career days, students explore multiple career paths and are connected with mentors in the fields. Students are given opportunities to further pursue academic topics of their choice and have mentor support as they investigate and delve deeper through independent studies. Below are some of the High School courses and topics:

  • Algebra I & Algebra II, Geometry
  • Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Trigonometry
  • Literature Analysis, Character, Story Development
  • Nonfiction, Research Papers
  • Creative Writing & Journalism
  • Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics
  • Anatomy, Life Science, Environmental Studies
  • American History, World History, Ancient Civilizations
  • Geography, Economic, Civics, Government

High School Curriculum Overview

A high school curriculum for math expands on a number of concepts students began learning about in middle school such as algebra and geometry, and also introduces new topics such as calculus and trigonometry. Below are the high school math courses TIA offers:

  • Algebra I
  • Geometry
  • Algebra II
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Trigonometry

A high school curriculum includes four years of English language arts courses. During this time, students will explore various classic and contemporary texts from different time periods as they master their comprehension and literary-analysis strategies. TIA’s English language arts curriculum also includes vocabulary lessons, essay writing, and a number of activities that help strengthen important communication skills such as listening and speaking.

Four courses make up TIA’s high school social studies curriculum. Although each course has a different focus, all of them highlight the major events, important people, and founding principles that helped shape not just the U.S., but also different parts of the world. Courses are organized both chronologically and thematically and include primary-source documents such as essays, speeches, and letters to give students firsthand accounts of the past. Below are the high school social studies courses available with TIA’s high school homeschool curriculum.

  • US History I
  • Survey of World History
  • US History II
  • US Government

TIA’s high school curriculum includes three, year-long courses. Courses are led by teachers who make the material easy for students to follow and comprehend. Every lesson begins with a warm-up activity as well as a guiding question to get students thinking, promote inquiry, and activate prior knowledge. High school students also include engaging in labs so that students can apply what they’ve learned and more. TIA’s high school science courses focus on:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

TIA’s high school education programs gives students the opportunity to take various electives each year. With 14 elective courses available, students have a wide-range of subjects and topics they can choose from. Those include:

  • Environmental Science
  • Sociology
  • Intro to Communications and Speech
  • Art History I
  • Psychology
  • Concepts in Probability and Statistics
  • Intro to Art
  • Health and Wellness
  • Lifetime Fitness
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Strategies for Academic Success
  • Economics
  • Personal Finance
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