Welcome to 8th Grade
“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith, and in purity.” I Timothy 4:12
As the eighth grade studies together, it is our prayer that students will see God’s fingerprints throughout history, wonder at the marvels of his creation, recognize Biblical truths in literature, strengthen their faith, and invite Him to be actively involved in writing the story of their lives!
Serving together in Christ,
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2021 East Coast Trip
Dates: May 19-27, 2021
Itinerary: Williamsburg/Monticello/Washington, D.C./Gettysburg/Philadelphia*
*Itinerary subject to change based on availability
Go to: http://acts-tours.com for more information!
8th Grade Highlights:
Impressing your family and friends with mysterious Latin sayings like “Nunc aut numquam” and “Excelsior” in our beginning Latin course!
Continuing to strengthen our writing skills through creative and expository writing
Reading challenging and inspiring novels including Johnny Tremain, Animal Farm, The Hiding Place, Rifles for Watie, and To Kill a Mockingbird
Studying the people and events that shaped our nation’s history from colonial days to WWII
Opening a shop in our Colonial Trade Show
Traveling to the East Coast to learn more about our nation’s heritage on the 8th-grade DC trip in the spring!
Understanding what it means to have a Biblical worldview in areas of life such as ethics, politics, law, psychology, sociology and more
Utilizing critical thinking in Pre-algebra and Algebra through the Saxon math program
Discovering God’s order and design in science through our study of the earth and physics
Learning about nutrition and exercise and how to live a life of purity and integrity in our health class