Veritas Press curriculum offerings for Ninth Grade
Are you wanting to learn how to code but are unsure where to start? Python is a beginner friendly, but powerful programming language that allows one to create small games and programs, complete user applications, as well as analyze massive amounts of data.
In this Live Online Course students will gain a targeted review of the last half of Elementary Algebra (Jacobs). (Recommended for grade 7. May be taken in grades 7-12.)
In this Live Online Course students will cover works from and about the modern world and other important works. (Recommended for grade 9. May be taken in grades 7-12.)
In this Live Online Course students will organize and write a novel. Class activities will provide a springboard for novice novelists and a sounding board for eager editors.
In this course, students test the validity of syllogisms as well as learn the informal fallacies, truth tables, and formal proofs in an effort to aid students in the worship of God, who is Logic Himself.
Students will explore history, theology, philosophy, and popular culture through the Christian apologetic lens to find that every discipline has apologetic value from geometry, to the sciences, even to poetry.
Our Novare Physical Science course exercises minds while establishing foundational science skills. Using the Novare curriculum, students develop skills in mathematics, English, and measurement.
Our Earth Science course uses the Novare curriculum to echo Micah 6:8, spurring students to walk humbly before the Creator and to do justly toward His creation.
This course is an introductory level course, providing a foundation in the basics of Hebrew grammar and vocabulary. Students will read well-known folk tales and traditional Messianic Jewish prayers in Hebrew.
The VSA Apologetics Club is an organization focused on wrestling with some of the deepest questions found in the Christian worldview while having fun and interacting with friends from all over the globe.
In this Live Online Course students will fine-tune previously learned Latin skills as they focus on translating selections from Caesar and other classical texts. This course is eligible for dual enrollment credit for junior and senior diploma students. (May be taken in grades 7-12.)
German III will review the basics of German grammar and vocabulary in the first 8 weeks and then spend the rest of the year reading, translating, and analyzing German texts.
The Art History Live Online Course is taught through a biblical lens and covers a general survey of Western art history, from the caves of Lascaux to the artists of the twenty-first century.
The purpose of the Computer Programming club is to learn how to write computer programs, starting from the basics and building up to 2D computer games you can play and share with your friends.
In this Live Online Course students will learn how to better understand and appreciate poetry while also honing your skills as a poet who can become equipped to enter the Great Conversation. (May be taken in grades 9-12.)