Which of the following classes are you interested in for your 13+ learner?

What is Biology, The Chemistry of Life, Cells, Cells and Energy, Cell growth and Division, Meiosis and Mendelian Genetics, More fun with Genetics, DNA and Proteins, Biotechnology, Principles of evolution, History of life, Ecology, Ecosystems, Biosphere, and Human Impact. Students will learn how to take notes in Science. Reading and occasional work outside of classroom.
Fundamental principles of psychology, relevant research studies, and prominent theorists who expanded our understanding of human functioning. Throughout the course, students are encouraged to engage with the content through self-referencing activities so their understanding of themselves can deepen and grow as they master the concepts. The topics covered in this course were chosen with care and intention; each facilitates self-knowledge, growing awareness, and identity formation—the central concerns for the developing adolescent. Reading and occasional work outside of classroom
Occasional work outside of classroom
Occasional work outside of classroom
Project based class incorporating writing, art, public speaking and presentation skills exploring women in history that didn't make it to the "text books." Reading and occasional work outside of classroom
Critical thinking, introduction to philosophical principles and logic, psychology basics. Ever wonder what to do in a sticky situation? How about when you hear something that just doesn't sound quite right? Sometimes we find ourselves seeing or hearing things that just don't add up. During this thought-provoking class, students will take a closer look into just how paradoxes, ethical dilemmas, and fallacies affect our decision-making abilities and perspective on our lives. Considering paradoxes is a great way to come to grips with how incomplete our understanding of the universe really is. Reading and occasional work outside of classroom