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9th - 12th Grade

Homeschool Curriculum Combining a Christian Worldview with Classical Education, Charlotte Mason, and Unit Studies

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covers of ninth grade, tenth grade, eleventh grade, and twelfth grade teacher's manuals

Each high school program is a one-year curriculum that integrates history (with government/economics/geography), English, and Bible (3 full-year credits) with detailed daily lesson plans written to the student for parent-guided independent work.

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My Father's World

  • Comprehensive 4-Year Program
  • College Prep
  • Parent-Guided Independent Study
  • Bible, History and English Integrated
  • Service Projects
  • Full Range of Electives

The curriculum incorporates all needed language arts including composition (writing instruction and assignments), grammar, literature analysis, and reading lists. Each year of high school includes scheduled participation in student-selected community service projects.

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Core Curriculum

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History: With Government and EconomicsIncludes Ancient History, World History, and U.S. History.

4 credits

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English: With Ancient, World, and American LiteratureIncludes one semester of Speech.

4 credits

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Bible: With Christian Worldview and ApologeticsHigh school students embrace a strong biblical worldview while developing analytical skills and spiritual maturity. Students address many thought-provoking life issues including, "Will I live for my pleasure, or will I live for God’s glory?"

4 credits

Our recommended math, science, and elective courses.

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Math: We recommend Saxon Math with one year of Jacobs Geometry. Our complete packages include the tools you need for older students to work more independently. Daily Lesson Plans developed by My Father's World assign specific problems each day. DIVE CDs use your computer to teach each lesson in the Saxon textbooks. Solutions Manuals show each problem worked out step-by-step.

Up to 4 credits

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Science: We recommend Physical Science through Advanced Biology. Daily Lesson Plans developed by My Father's World schedule daily assignments for reading and lab work (available for most levels). This makes it much easier for students to complete the course independently.

Up to 4 credits

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Electives: Many electives are available through My Father's World. Introduction to Logic is a great start in the first year and Personal Finance is a great ending to the high school years. Foreign Language should be considered for two consecutive years in high school.

Up to 7 credits

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"You will enjoy seeing your kids go through high school with MFW! I loved watching my daughter read the entire old Testament last year."

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ninth grade teacher's manual
Ancient History and Literature

A verse-by-verse reading of the entire Old Testament encourages challenging, practical, daily application. Worldviews of ancient societies and their literature are studied and compared to a Biblical worldview. Each year of high school includes scheduled participation in student-selected service projects.

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tenth grade teacher's manual
World History and Literature

A verse-by-verse reading of the New Testament is combined with personal application from Experiencing God Student Edition and other impacting resources. Church and world histories are studied from the time of Rome to the present.

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eleventh grade teacher's manual
U.S. History to 1877

A Biblical worldview is studied in depth and then used to analyze the diverse worldviews found in early American literature. Worldview disciplines studied include theology, philosophy, biology, psychology, ethics, sociology, law, politics, economics, and history.

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twelfth grade teacher's manual
U.S. History 1877 to Present

Concepts and skills for spiritual growth are taught to encourage lifelong habits and practices. These disciplines include in-depth Bible study, Scripture memorization, and prayer. Literature and history assignments continue to include analysis from a Biblical worldview.

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