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The Study is offering the following courses for High School credit.

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Cosmetology

The Study is excited to hold it’s second annual Cosmetology class for High School Credit! Mrs. Nelson will guide students through 7 weeks of health and beauty, with the help of specialists in the following fields: Make-Up, Hair Care, Styling & Design, Nutrition, Exercise, Skin Care, Nail Care. Course is worth 0.5 high school elective credit.

 Upcoming Course: March 31-May 12/ Saturdays/ 10-3pm

Enrollment Open: Enroll Online  

Spanish I

This course has two outcomes: 1. To give students with no previous experience in Spanish a solid working foundations, and 2. To spark each students curiosity for the language and culture. We will do this through dialogue activities, cultural experiences (role playing skits, cooking, videos, etc.) along with homework and exams. This is a year-long course condensed into one semester, and is worth 1.0 high school credit!

 

Upcoming Course: June 4-July 26 /Mondays-Thursdays / 6-8pm

Enrollment Open: Enroll Online

Carving for Credit

carvingJoin Steve Peterson and learn carving for either 1/2 or a full high school art credit. Steve has move than 40 years of experience teaching carving in the classroom and as a commercial artist and seller. Mediums include wood, antler, stone, and bark. Projects include figurines, baskets, and jewelry. Cost is $450+tax for one session (1/2 a credit) or $900+tax for two sessions (a full credit). Students will need to provide some tools and supplies at an additional cost. The class will be held at Steve’s workshop, not at The Study.

Upcoming Session:
Will be announced soon!

Enrollment Open- Enroll Online

High School Art for Credit

artOpen to students in grades 7-12, and students in grades 9-12 are eligible to receive 1/2 a high school art credit! Students will complete 9 projects in various mediums. Course cost is $450+tax plus a $100 supply fee. Click here for a pdf of the various projects: High School Art Summer 2018

 

Upcoming Session: June 1st-July 27   Fridays 9am-1pm

Enrollment Open- Enroll Online

 

Alaska Studies

This course meets, or exceeds, the Alaska State Requirements and is aligned with Alaska State Standards. Alaska Studies is an in-depth exploration of the rich geographic and cultural background of the State and its people from the early Native peoples to the Russian era through Statehood to the present. This course will include examination of the physical geography, Native cultures, the political spectrum, and economic forces that have shaped contemporary Alaska. Alaska’s role in the modern world and Pacific Rim will also be examined. Course worth 0.5 high school credit.

Upcoming Course:

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US Government

This course will examine the fundamentals of government on the national, state, and local levels.  This includes the three branches of government, the rights and responsibilities of American citizenship, and the role of political parties.  There will also be a thorough examination of the U.S. Constitution, Constitutional Amendments, U.S. legal system, and Supreme Court cases.  We will encourage students to become familiar with current events through newspapers, news magazines, websites, and news-oriented broadcasts.  This course will prepare students to be active members of the political community and give them a better understanding of how our country works. Course worth 0.5 high school credit.

 

Upcoming Course:

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World History

This course focuses on World History from Hellenistic Greece to the present. It teaches students about the primary cultures and societies during this period, with an emphasis on Western civilizations. Prior knowledge will be utilized through Social Students concepts such as geography, government, and economics. This course is intended to lead the students to understanding of the correlation between past/historic events and current events. This course is designed for students in the 10th grade, but is open to all high school students that have previously taken a World Geography course. This upcoming course is the 2nd  semester of World History and is worth 0.5 high school credits.

 

Upcoming Course:

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Algebra 1&2

These courses are designed to emphasize the study of multiple representations of linear and nonlinear functions. Rational numbers, various expressions, analyzing and solving linear equations and inequalities, data analysis, probability, statistics, and polynomials. Students will use hands-on materials and calculators when needed in solving problems where the algebra concepts are applied. Course worth 1.0 high school credit.

Upcoming Course:

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 Geometry

Introductory geometry is essentially a mix of two things: applying previously learned ideas and patterns of thinking to basic geometric objects and principles (lines, planes, triangles, circles, angles, et cetera) and learning several new concepts and how to apply them The outcome of this course is the mastery of basic principles of geometry, which are described in the list of objectives. Necessary to achieve this will be the sharpening and widening of the students’ current mastery of algebra. Course worth 1.0 high school credit.

Upcoming Course:

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