Course Catalog

All Biola Youth Academics courses are biblically centered. Secondary level courses are taught at a college preparatory level.

The course levels listed in parentheses (excluding Torrey Academy Classes) are guidelines. We realize that homeschoolers often cross grade-level "boundaries" for many subjects; therefore students are welcome to enroll in any class that suits their level of achievement. Please remember that our core courses are college preparation level.


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Elementary Academics

Elementary Full Day

  • (Grade 1-2)

    Language Arts: Students receive instruction in reading, writing, grammar, and vocabulary. Classroom activities emphasize reading comprehension skills, phonics, sentence structure, grammar, and vocabulary. Specifically, students gain knowledge in literary analysis, writing strategies, listening skills, punctuation, recitation, and spelling.
    Math: All students receive instruction appropriate to their grade level in numeration, addition and subtraction, sets, comparing numbers, rounding numbers, place value, rational numbers, even/odd numbers, fractions, money, measurement (time, linear and temperature, weight, volume, area), beginning geometry, patterns, statistics, graphing, and problem solving. Second grade students are also instructed in beginning multiplication and division, and writing number sentences.
    Science:This biblically based course guides students through science concepts with hands-on activities, engaging discussions, and interactive classroom lessons. Each year-long study focuses on a particular science discipline, which ensures that students acquire an in-depth knowledge of the subject matter. Please refer to the Elementary Academics Curriculum Summary Chart for this year?s emphasis.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $60.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterT9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterT9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterM9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterM9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 3-4)

    Language Arts: Students receive instruction in reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary. Classroom activities emphasize reading comprehension skills, phonics, sentence structure, grammar and vocabulary. Specifically, students gain knowledge in literary analysis, writing strategies, listening skills, punctuation, recitation and spelling.
    Math: Students receive instruction appropriate to their grade level in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percent, estimation, patterns, variables, expressions and equations, identify equivalent units of linear measurement, read Celsius thermometer, use scale to find distances on a map, balance checkbook register, solving measurement problems, powers, roots, data analysis and probability, geometry, names of line segments, and introduction to algebraic concepts and procedures.
    Science:This biblically based course guides students through science concepts with hands-on activities, engaging discussions, and interactive classroom lessons. Each year-long study focuses on a particular science discipline, which ensures that students acquire an in-depth knowledge of the subject matter. Please refer to the Elementary Academics Curriculum Summary Chart for this year?s emphasis.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $60.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterT9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterT9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterM9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterM9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 5-6)

    Language Arts : Students receive instruction in study skills, grammar,and vocabulary. The writing process includes writing a rough draft, revision, editing and final draft. Journal writing rounds out the process. Various novels are read at home and comprehension is discussed in the classroom weekly. At the conclusion of each novel, Socratic discussion takes place in the classroom, and book projects are presented several times each semester. Spelling is taught at home. Please refer to the Elementary Academics Curriculum Summary Chart for novels and curriculum used.
    Math: Students receive instruction appropriate to their grade level in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percent, estimation, patterns, variables, expressions and equations, measurement of physical attributes, solving measurement problems, powers, roots, data analysis and probability, geometry, and introduction to algebraic concepts and procedures..
    Science:This biblically based course guides students through science concepts with hands-on activities, engaging discussions, and interactive classroom lessons. Each year-long study focuses on a particular science discipline, which ensures that students acquire an in-depth knowledge of the subject matter. Please refer to the Elementary Academics Curriculum Summary Chart for this year?s emphasis. .
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $60.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterT9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterT9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterR9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterM9:30AM-2:15PM$430
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterM9:30AM-2:15PM$450OpenEnroll Now

Lab Class-Clinical Model

  • (Grade 1-3)

    Come learn about the art elements and principles through fun hands-on art projects. Students work with a variety of materials and explore art techniques such as painting, drawing, and collage. Throughout the year students also learn about artists, art styles, and how art reflects cultural beliefs and practices. This class is in collaboration with Biola University's School of Education and is supervised by adjunct faculty.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $20.
    Eight-week term.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Biola UniversityFall 2017 SemesterF10:45AM-11:45AM$75OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 4-6)

    Come learn about the art elements and principles through fun hands-on art projects. Students work with a variety of materials and explore art techniques such as painting, drawing, and collage. Throughout the year students also learn about artists, art styles, and how art reflects cultural beliefs and practices. This class is in collaboration with Biola University's School of Education and is supervised by adjunct faculty.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $20.
    Eight-week term.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Biola UniversityFall 2017 SemesterF10:45AM-11:45AM$75OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 1-3)

    In this course students read several children?s picture books across the content areas (reading and language arts, history, science, and health). The students further develop their fluency and build their comprehension skills. These skills include retelling what they read, expressing main ideas, recalling facts, synthesizing information, as well as discussing and writing about what they read. This course is in collaboration with Biola University's School of Education and is supervised by adjunct faculty.
    Eight-week term.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Biola UniversityFall 2017 SemesterF9:35AM-10:35AM$75OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 4-6)

    In this course students read a selected novel in its entirety throughout the 8-week session. Students develop fluency and build their comprehension skills. These skills include retelling what they read, expressing main ideas, recalling facts, synthesizing information, as well as discussing and writing about what they read. This course is in collaboration with Biola University's School of Education and is supervised by adjunct faculty.
    Eight-week term.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Biola UniversityFall 2017 SemesterF9:35AM-10:35AM$75OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 1-3)

    Discover the exciting world of science as students delve into physical science, biology, and chemistry. Using exciting hands-on activities, students discover different grade-level appropriate aspects of science and God's creation with each new semester. This course is in collaboration with Biola University's School of Education and is supervised by adjunct faculty.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $20.
    Eight-week term.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Biola UniversityFall 2017 SemesterF8:25AM-9:25AM$75OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 4-6)

    Discover the exciting world of science as students delve into physical science, biology, and chemistry. Using exciting hands-on activities, students discover different grade-level appropriate aspects of science and God's creation with each new semester. This course is in collaboration with Biola University's School of Education and is supervised by adjunct faculty.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $20.
    Eight-week term.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Biola UniversityFall 2017 SemesterF8:25AM-9:25AM$75OpenEnroll Now

Star Academics

Advanced Track

  • (Grade 11-12)

    This curriculum covers all of the material outlined by the College Board as necessary for preparing students to pass the AP Calculus AB exam. This course is designed to acquaint students with calculus principles such as derivatives, integrals, limits, approximation, and applications and modeling. Course duration is two semesters.
    Prerequisite: successful completion of Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$405
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$420OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 11-12)

    This course is designed to introduce students to the scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings. To accomplish this, the course provides instruction in each of the following fourteen content areas from a Christian view: history and approaches, research methods, biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning, cognition, motivation and emotion, developmental psychology, personality, testing and individual differences, abnormal psychology, treatment of psychological disorders, and social psychology. This course will be built upon the belief and practice that it is important to distinguish a secular psychological worldview from a biblical worldview that is gleaned from God?s Word. Course duration is two semesters.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$380
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$390OpenEnroll Now

Electives

  • (Grade 8-12)

    This fun and interactive one semester course provides basic photography skills through class assignments, photo field shoots, and field trips. Students in this course learn how to incorporate color, pattern, texture, lighting, and composition into their photographs in order to enhance the final image and produce a better photograph. Students learn about nature, landscape, portraiture and documentary photography as well as influential photographers in various styles.
    NOTE: This course has an additional $20 materials fee.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR1:50PM-2:50PM$235OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT3:00PM-4:00PM$235OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 8-12)

    This course is an introduction to film production. Students learn the basics of pre-production, production, and post-production, culminating in a finished short film. Students are taken through the aesthetic and technological principles of filmmaking, including script development, crew organization, camerawork, editing, and sound. Weekly exercises familiarize students with the various aspects of filmmaking, turning theory into practice and improving their skills through hands-on experience.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterF10:50AM-11:50AM$225
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterF10:50AM-11:50AM$235OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 8-12)

    Public Speaking-Effective Communication Strategies (grade 8 ? 12) This course is a practicum in speech and effective communication. Topics include research skills, the structure of a speech, rhetorical devices and their use, and an introduction to basic communication theory. Students will prepare and deliver several speeches of varying lengths and topics.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT10:50AM-11:50AM$225
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT10:50AM-11:50AM$235OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10-11)

    Is your teen ready for the redesigned 2016 SAT test, which includes more complex text and challenging tasks than previous years? This one-semester course is designed for juniors, although sophomores who have taken geometry may also take it in order to be better prepared for the PSAT or SAT. Students learn important strategies for success in all aspects of the redesigned SAT including math, critical reading, and essay writing. They also identify their skills and interests through assessment, then research suitable careers and university programs. Students also review the admissions process and research financial aid opportunities, including scholarships and grants.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F3:00PM-4:00PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSummer 2017$335
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:50PM-2:50PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R3:00PM-4:00PM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 8-12)

    This two-semester course develops an understanding of the production and publication of a yearbook through lecture, discussion, and specialized projects that enhance learning about layout, photography, design, editing, advertising, sales, and fundraising. The course culminates in the marketing, sales, and distribution of the finished product.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterR10:50AM-11:50AM$225
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterR10:50AM-11:50AM$235OpenEnroll Now

Foreign Language

  • (Grade 9)

    As a basic introduction to the language of the deaf, students learn finger spelling, vocabulary, and to see words as pictures. In this course, the textbook engages students in deaf culture through practical activities and assignments. This course is enhanced with instructor-directed out-of-class activities.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T1:50PM-2:50PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F1:55PM-2:55PM$335
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F1:55PM-2:55PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:50PM-2:50PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:25PM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10)

    Students continue to develop vocabulary and fluency in communicating with the deaf and begin to learn narrative skills. Students participate in deaf culture and gain understanding about appropriate cultural behaviors. This course is enhanced with instructor-directed out-of-class activities.
    Prerequisite: American Sign Language 1.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F3:00PM-4:00PM$335
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F3:00PM-4:00PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 11)

    Students continue to develop fluency in communicating with the deaf, as they build upon narrative, presentation, conversational, and other skills needed to explain ideas and how things work. They translate written text into American Sign Language. The course curriculum includes language activities, cultural exercises, and cross-cultural discussions. This course is enhanced with instructor-directed out-of-class activities.
    Prerequisite: American Sign Language 2

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F1:55PM-2:55PM$335
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F1:55PM-2:55PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 9)

    Students learn to speak, understand, read, and write basic Spanish, with an emphasis on everyday dialogue. This course provides a strong foundation for success in Spanish 2. Internet access is required.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T1:50PM-2:50PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F1:55PM-2:55PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:50PM-2:50PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:50PM-2:50PM$335
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:25PM$335
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:25PM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10)

    In this course students expand their ability to understand and converse in daily spoken Spanish and enjoy a multimedia approach as they explore the customs and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. Internet access is required.
    Prerequisite: Spanish 1

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R2:55PM-3:55PM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$335
  • (Grade 11)

    Students in this course continue to gain confidence in everyday oral Spanish. This concentrated course increases vocabulary, writing, and speaking skills through the exploration of the customs and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. Internet access is required.
    Prerequisite: Spanish 2

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R9:30AM-10:30AM$335
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:30AM-10:30AM$350OpenEnroll Now

Humanities

  • (Grade 10-11)

    Addressing both the workings of God and the shortcomings of humanity in the formation and progression of America, students discuss geography, politics, economics, and current events to formulate reasoned Christian viewpoints on issues of contemporary society. This course is complementary to the American Literature course. It is strongly recommended that they be taken concurrently.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T8:20AM-9:20AM$335
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F8:20AM-9:20AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 7-8)

    From Native American society through modern America, students use art projects in class to enrich their study of America?s past. Gaining an appreciation of the providence of God in the development of a country based on Biblical principles, the class discusses great works of American art as well as politics, geography, and events that have shaped America?s history. This course complements the Intermediate Composition course.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $20 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR1:30PM-2:30PM$225
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW12:30PM-1:30PM$235OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT1:30PM-2:30PM$235OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT10:50AM-11:50AM$225
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT10:50AM-11:50AM$235OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10-11)

    Through a chronological reading of stories along with discussion of authors, worldviews, and time periods, students discover the values and ideas of classic authors of the United States. Class discussion, compositions, quizzes, and group projects encourage students to take a deeper look at the ideology of American people and culture. This course is complementary to the American History course. It is strongly recommended that they be taken concurrently.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:25AM$370
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:25AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:25PM$370
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:25PM$390OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 12)

    This course covers British Literature chronologically. Critical thinking skills are developed as students read, analyze, and write about the ideas of British authors. Creative and fiction writing, vocabulary and literature quizzes, class discussion, and group projects allow students to imitate excellent writing styles to develop their own skills. A college quality term paper and persuasive and expository essays are written, preparing the students for university study.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:25AM$370
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T8:20AM-9:20AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F8:20AM-9:20AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$370
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:25PM$370
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:25PM$390OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 12)

    This one-semester course covers the basics of economic principles, including economic laws and current economic issues. The concepts of competition and market structure, supply and demand, the role of prices and costs, inflation, and depression are covered. Students study the role of the government, the Federal Reserve, and the citizens to determine how their interaction creates prosperity or poverty. There is also a section dealing with personal finances and Biblical financial principles

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T10:50AM-11:50AM$335
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$335
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    OnlineSummer 2017$335
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:50PM-2:50PM$335
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$335
  • (Grade 7-8)

    Junior high students with no prior Institute for Excellence in Writing experience and those who have been introduced to the techniques will work toward mastering valuable writing skills. Writing instruction includes note taking and paragraph writing, narrative summaries, essays, research writing, creative writing, and writing stories from pictures. An in-depth study of English grammar examining parts of speech, parts of a sentence, sentence diagramming, sentence patterns, and agreement is also included.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR12:25PM-1:25PM$250
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR12:25PM-1:25PM$270OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW12:30PM-1:30PM$250
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW12:30PM-1:30PM$270OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT8:20AM-9:20AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT8:20AM-9:20AM$250
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT10:50AM-11:50AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT10:50AM-11:50AM$250
  • (Grade 8)

    Building upon their prior knowledge of the Institute for Excellence in Writing, students continue to use elements of this program as they read novels and respond to the ideas within them. Discussion of time period, author, and theme add understanding to the readings, and vocabulary study and grammar review build students? confidence in their writing skills. This course is intended for those with at least one year of Institute for Excellence in Writing experience and coordinates with the American History with Art course.
    Prerequisite: English 7

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR9:25AM-10:25AM$250
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR9:25AM-10:25AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW9:25AM-10:25AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW9:25AM-10:25AM$250
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT9:25AM-10:25AM$250
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT9:25AM-10:25AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT12:25PM-1:25PM$250
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT12:25PM-1:25PM$270OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 9)

    An exciting overview of literature and its elements is explored in this course through a variety of stories, while the study of authors and time periods give perspective to these readings. The course includes weekly writing assignments. Class discussion and group projects enhance the classroom experience.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:25AM$370
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:25AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:25AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:25AM$370
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$370
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:20AM-9:20AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R8:20AM-9:20AM$370
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$370
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$390OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 12)

    This one-semester course is a comprehensive survey of American Government. Students gain a firm foundation of knowledge concerning the history of American governmental structure and function. The ideas regarding a citizen?s responsibility to the government are included. Students study the constitution, party politics, and all three branches of the government.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335Cancelled
    OnlineSummer 2017$335
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:25AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10-11)

    Providing class discussions, activities, and lectures, instructors bring history from creation to modern times to life. Geography, politics, economics, and current events interwoven throughout the course bring understanding to the idea that ?there is nothing new under the sun? (Ecclesiastes 1:9). This course is complementary to the World Literature course. It is strongly recommended that they be taken concurrently.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T8:20AM-9:20AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F8:20AM-9:20AM$335
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R2:40PM-3:40PM$335
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R2:40PM-3:40PM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 7-8)

    This course focuses on major events in history from creation to modern times and teaches students about their place in world history. The students complete maps, timelines, and bi-weekly compositions along with in-class art projects. In this course, the instructors emphasize the interpretation of historical events in light of a Christian worldview.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $20 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR1:30PM-2:30PM$235OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW1:35PM-2:35PM$235OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW1:35PM-2:35PM$225
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT1:30PM-2:30PM$225
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT12:25PM-1:25PM$225
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT12:25PM-1:25PM$235OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10-11)

    Students explore World Literature chronologically, and will begin to recognize major political and literary shifts in power and sentiment. Discussion of authors, worldviews, and time periods are integral to this course. Critical thinking skills are developed as students read, analyze, and write about the ideas of authors through the ages confronting the various worldviews that emerge through this study. Class discussion and group projects enhance the classroom experience. This course is complementary to the World History course. It is strongly recommended they be taken concurrently.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:25AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:25AM$370
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$370
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:20AM-9:20AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$370
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$390OpenEnroll Now

Mathematics

  • (Grade 9)

    This course includes a logical, concise discussion of algebraic vocabulary, real number systems, inequalities, and solving of equations, including linear systems. The students receive extensive experience solving story problems which brings practical application of algebra to the real world
    Prerequisite: Pre-Algebra or equivalent.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T8:20AM-9:20AM$335
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T8:20AM-9:20AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F8:20AM-9:20AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F8:20AM-9:20AM$335
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$335
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:30AM-10:30AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R9:30AM-10:30AM$335
  • (Grade 10-11)

    After students have mastered the basic principles of Algebra 1, this course gives a deeper understanding of linear equations, polynomials, and factoring. Students are immersed in the study of complex numbers, rational expressions, and other second-year algebra topics.
    Prerequisite: Algebra 1.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$335
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:25AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:25AM$335
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R9:30AM-10:30AM$335
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:30AM-10:30AM$350OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 7)

    This course allows students to have one more year interacting with the building blocks of mathematics. The sequential approach of this course enables students to master foundational skills and successfully progress to higher mathematics courses. Topics include measurement, ratios, percentages, fractions, and the four basic operations of math .

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR9:25AM-10:25AM$235OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW9:25AM-10:25AM$235OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT9:25AM-10:25AM$225
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT9:25AM-10:25AM$235OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT8:20AM-9:20AM$225
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT8:20AM-9:20AM$235OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10-11)

    This course provides a strong mathematical foundation in geometry. Concepts covered in the course include the nature of reasoning, lines and angles, triangle congruence, inequalities, parallel lines, quadrilaterals, transformations, area, similarity, the right triangle, circles, concurrence theorems, regular polygons, and geometric solids. In addition, students master two-column and paragraph proofs and complete various constructions.
    Prerequisite: Algebra 1.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T10:50AM-11:50AM$335
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$335
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$335
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:25AM$335
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:25AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$350OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$335
  • (Grade 8)

    In this course students learn the fundamentals of pre-algebra. Strategic exercises enable them to navigate through their course work and on to higher mathematics courses. Topics include integers, rational numbers, variables, solving equations, and much more.
    Prerequisite: Students should be proficient in their math facts and basic arithmetic skills.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR8:20AM-9:20AM$225
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR8:20AM-9:20AM$235OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW8:20AM-9:20AM$235OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW8:20AM-9:20AM$225
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT12:25PM-1:25PM$225
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT12:25PM-1:25PM$235OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT8:20AM-9:20AM$235OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT8:20AM-9:20AM$225
  • (Grade 12)

    This dynamic class includes instruction in algebraic functions, trigonometry, and an introduction to calculus.
    Prerequisite: Algebra 2 and Geometry

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:45AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:45AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$370
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$390OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:45AM$370
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:45AM$390OpenEnroll Now

Science

  • (Grade 9-10)

    This course is a survey of general biology. Topics include botany, the purpose and design of human anatomy and physiology, the methodology and philosophy of the life sciences, genetics, the variety and design of vertebrates and invertebrates, and cellular and molecular biology. Laboratory work, discussion, hands-on experiments, and dissections are included.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T12:25PM-1:45PM$405
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T12:25PM-1:45PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F12:30PM-1:50PM$405
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F12:30PM-1:50PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:45PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:45PM$405
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$405
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$420OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 11)

    In this course students explore the mystery of the atom and gain an understanding that chemical science brings with it the burden of responsibility to use it to benefit mankind. Students gain a foundational understanding of atomic structure, bonding, kinetic theory, solution, and equilibrium. This course stresses applications of chemistry through discussion and lab experiments, identifies marvels of design in creation, and promotes the development of organized problem solving skills.
    Prerequisite: Algebra 1
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T12:25PM-1:45PM$405
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T12:25PM-1:45PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F12:30PM-1:50PM$405
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F12:30PM-1:50PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:50PM-3:10PM$405
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:30AM-11:50AM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$405
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$420OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 7-8)

    In this course science is not just a collection of facts, but is viewed as a process of historically important events, structures, and actions that can be observed in or from the earth. Dynamic class discussions include topics such as geology, oceanography, atmosphere, weather, astronomy, space exploration, and environmental science.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $20 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR10:30AM-11:50AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW10:30AM-11:50AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT10:30AM-11:50AM$270OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT9:25AM-10:45AM$270OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 7-8)

    When you embark on a study of science, where do you find the organization for your observations? Why, the scientific method of course! Along with their newfound scientific grounding, students benefit from fascinating hands-on study of the science of soil, plants, the human body, health, creation, classification, zoology, forestry, and ecology.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $10 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR10:30AM-11:50AM$255
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW10:30AM-11:50AM$255
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT10:30AM-11:50AM$255
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT9:25AM-10:45AM$255
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT9:25AM-10:45AM$255
  • (Grade 9-10)

    In this lab science course students explore the foundations of chemistry and physics including matter and energy, chemistry, motion, sound, light, electricity, and magnetism. Physical science is valuable preparation for upper-level chemistry and physics. This course also includes a discussion of science versus evolution.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveSpring 2017 SemesterR/T10:30AM-11:50AM$405
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T10:30AM-11:50AM$420OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F12:30PM-1:50PM$405
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F12:30PM-1:50PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:45PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:45PM$405
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$405
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$420OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 12)

    Students in this course investigate questions such as what keeps them glued to their seat as they go around the giant loop on Riddler?s Revenge, and they explore the mysteries of matter in motion. Course topics include Newton?s laws, work and energy, waves and optics, electricity, magnetism, and more. .
    Prerequisite: Algebra 2 and Geometry
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T12:25PM-1:45PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F12:30PM-1:50PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:45PM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$420OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R8:00AM-9:20AM$405

Torrey Academy

  • (Grade 10-12)

    Economics and the City of God helps students learn about and wrestle with questions about economics and human use of God-given resources. Class consists of discussion on primary sources and Christian works. Economics is open to any 10-12 grade student. Economics is worth 5 high school credits of Economics.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per semester.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:25AM$360Cancelled
    OnlineSpring 2017 SemesterW/F1:30PM-2:30PM$360Cancelled
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:25AM$360Cancelled
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:50AM-11:50AM$360Cancelled
  • (Grade 10-12)

    A core class for any Christian student who wants to understand the history of the Church in the West, the third-year class builds on the first two classes to strengthen students? critical thinking abilities, writing and oral presentation skills, as well as their Christian worldview. As a natural next step in student development, the amount of required writing is reduced while the expected quality of work is higher. Class time continues to focus on Socratic discussion as in the first two Torrey Academy classes, and student research presentations are also added. The Early Church, Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation texts are pervasively thought-provoking, beautiful, and challenging as they elicit deeper discussions of Theology and Christian culture that were initiated in the Inklings class. Faith is open to any 12th grade student, or any 10-11 grade student who has completed Inklings or Foundations, though we highly recommend taking Faith after completing both Inklings and Foundations. Faith is worth 30 high school credits: 10 of World Literature, 10 of World History, and 10 of Bible/Theology.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per year.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F8:00AM-9:20AM$640
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F8:00AM-9:20AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineFall 2017 SemesterW/F9:00AM-10:20AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:30AM-11:50AM$640
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:30AM-11:50AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:55PM$640
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:55PM$640OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 10-12)

    A natural progression from the Inklings, the Foundations of American Thought class takes students to the next level of academic, intellectual, and spiritual development. Following the same format as the first-year class, this second-year class changes only the content, not the amount of reading and writing. These readings and discussions focus on issues in American Literature, History, and Government from the pre-colonial period through the antebellum period in order to impart to students an understanding and vision of their own country and society. This course is aimed at helping students become responsible, knowledgeable citizens both in our democratic republic and in the City of God. Politics and literature are examined through a Christian perspective. Foundations is open to all 10-12 grade students, though we highly recommend taking it after Inklings. Foundations is worth 35 high school credits: 10 of American Literature, 10 of American History, 5 of Government, and 10 of Bible/Theology.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per year.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:45AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F8:00AM-9:20AM$640
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F8:00AM-9:20AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 SemesterW/F10:30AM-11:50AM$640
    OnlineFall 2017 SemesterW/F10:30AM-11:50AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:45PM$640
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:25PM-1:45PM$640OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:55PM$640
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:55PM$640OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 9-12)

    This course introduces students to Torrey Academy by exploring the importance of clear thinking for Christian spiritual development. Students learn why great Christian leaders have traditionally seen the life of the mind as a key component of spiritual growth. Students examine the basics of Socratic Logic, including terms, syllogisms, and evaluation of soundness and validity. The class also explores how argumentation plays out in everyday life, including a lengthy study of informal fallacies. Students end the year by exploring good methods for reading and engaging essays and literature using logical principles. Readings include With Good Reason by S. Morris Engel, How to Read a Book by Mortimer Adler and Charles Van Doren, and works by Plato, C.S. Lewis, Washington Irving, William Shakespeare, J.P. Moreland, and others. Logic is open to all 9-12 grade students. Logic is worth 10 high school credits of Logic/Critical Thinking.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per year.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T12:25PM-1:25PM$360OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F3:00PM-4:00PM$360
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F3:00PM-4:00PM$360OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineFall 2017 SemesterW/F12:00PM-1:00PM$360OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R9:25AM-10:25AM$360OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R3:00PM-4:00PM$360
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R3:00PM-4:00PM$360OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 9-12)

    In Torrey Academy?s Rhetoric course, students will become part of an intimate, tutor-led writing cohort. Within this writing community students learn the critical writerly skills they need to successfully complete assignments particular to Torrey Academy and to become winsome, compelling, and effective communicators in the world. Through regular rhetorical exercises, dynamic readings, and step-by-step guidance in the writing process, Rhetoric empowers students to clearly communicate genuine, original thoughts and participate in an ongoing academic conversation about great ideas and great texts. All Inklings students are required to enroll in Writing Lab or Rhetoric. However, all Torrey students who would like to sharpen their academic writing skills can enroll in Rhetoric at any time. Rhetoric is worth 10 HS credits of English Composition.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per year.
    Rhetoric fulfills the requirement of Writing Lab for any student.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T9:25AM-10:25AM$360OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$360
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$360
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F10:50AM-11:50AM$360OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineFall 2017 SemesterW/F1:30PM-2:30PM$360OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 SemesterW/F1:30PM-2:30PM$360
    OnlineSpring 2017 SemesterW/F1:30PM-2:30PM$360
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R8:20AM-9:20AM$360OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R8:20AM-9:20AM$360
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$360
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$360
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R1:35PM-2:35PM$360OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 9-12)

    Designed to spark a passion for critical thinking and for the beauty and wonder of the Triune God, the content of this first-year Torrey Academy class focuses on issues of faith, learning, and culture. The Inklings texts are provocative, challenging, and packed-full with theology, poetry, and apologetics. Inklings is open to all 9-12 grade students. Inklings students are required to enroll concurrently in either the Writing Lab or Rhetoric. Inklings is worth 30 high school credits: 10 of English Composition/Modern British Literature, 10 of Bible/Theology, and 10 of Philosophy/Critical Thinking.
    NOTE: This course has an additional materials fee of $30 per year.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 SemesterR/T8:00AM-9:20AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaFall 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:45AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:45AM$640
    La MiradaSpring 2017 SemesterW/F9:25AM-10:45AM$640
    OnlineSpring 2017 SemesterW/F9:00AM-10:20AM$640
    OnlineSpring 2017 SemesterW/F9:00AM-10:20AM$640
    OnlineFall 2017 SemesterW/F9:00AM-10:20AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 SemesterT/R10:30AM-11:50AM$640
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 SemesterT/R10:30AM-11:50AM$640OpenEnroll Now
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:10PM-1:30PM$640
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 SemesterT/R12:10PM-1:30PM$640
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 SemesterT/R12:10PM-1:30PM$640OpenEnroll Now
  • (Grade 9-12)

    The Writing Lab is an online tutorial covering all of Torrey Academy's writing expectations. It has a schedule of assignments for students to complete independently. However, though the course covers the overall requirements for academic writing, it is not tutor-led. For students who would benefit from a class setting with direct interaction and accountability with their tutor, we would highly recommend signing up for Rhetoric. The Rhetoric course is a tutor-led, writing cohort for all Torrey Academy students. Also, students will have the option for additional office hours with their Rhetoric tutor for individual feedback. All Inklings students are required to enroll in Writing Lab or Rhetoric.

    LocationTermDaysTimeCostStatusEnroll
    Garden GroveFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$125OpenEnroll Now
    La MiradaSpring 2017 Semester$125
    La MiradaFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$125OpenEnroll Now
    OnlineSpring 2017 Semester$125
    OnlineFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$125OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleyFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$125OpenEnroll Now
    Temecula ValleySpring 2017 Semester$125
    Yorba LindaSpring 2017 Semester$125
    Yorba LindaFall 2017 Semester12:00AM-12:00AM$125OpenEnroll Now