12th Grade

**Students may be placed in different classes than those listed below based on the student’s individual needs.**

Physics or Astronomy

Apologia Exploring Creation with Physics:
Measurement, Units, and the Scientific Method.This college-prep physics course is designed for the student who has completed algebra and has had an introduction to the definitions of sine, cosine, and tangent. It provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general physics. Heavily emphasizing vector analysis, this text is ideal preparation for a university-level physics course. It provides the student with a strong background in:
One-dimensional and two-dimensional motion
Newton’s laws and their application
Work and energy
Periodic motion
Electrical circuits


Glimpse of His Splendor The Crossroads of Sciene & Faith: Astronomy Through a Christian Worldview:
Science & Worldviews
Science & Faith
Exposing Conflicts
Tips & Tools for Sound Arguments
History of Astronomy
The Sky
Telescopes & Light
The Origin of the Solar System
The Planets
The Birth, Nature, Lives & Death of Stars
Our Galaxy
The Large Scale Structure of the Universe
Live in the Universe

Language Arts

Bob Jones British Literature

The Student Text offers a broad array of works representing each era of British literature. Selections model great writing for students and prompt them to think about issues and topics relevant to their own lives. Lessons scaffold student comprehension and close reading using the reading process approach. Art engages today’s readers while motivational questions encourage them to connect personally with selections. The Student Text also includes test reviews.

Dual Credit

Dual Credit Courses available through:

Freed Hardeman University
Colorado Christian University
Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College

Consumer Math

Bob Jones Consumer Math:

Math Skills
Personal Banking
Borrowing Money


Triangle Publishing’s Sociology: A Christian Approach to a Changing World

Respected Christian sociologists from across North America share their insights into the sociological perspective, establishing a framework from which to critically analyze the current state of the world. The principles these experts elucidate help us both to see ourselves within a social context, and also how we can remove our blinders, broaden our vision, and see our world as never before. Understanding the way society works shows us how to be proactive instead of reactive, agents of change rather than victims of social forces. Doing all of this by integrating Christian perspectives with sociological principles further underscores the areas of our social world in need of radical transformation.

Foreign Language

Bob Jones Spanish 2 The student edition takes an innovative and engaging approach to help students not only learn about Spanish but also learn to communicate at an intermediate-high level. The entire book revolves around eight characters from four different Spanish-speaking countries. The eight students collaborate on a blog about the four main Spanish-speaking empires from the past. The characters share their feelings and ideas as they discover new things about their countries’ history, their culture, and the other members’ cultures. Chapters present vocabulary and grammar concepts thematically in the context of the character’s surroundings. Activities are communicative and meaning-based and incorporate substantial review at the beginning. Culture permeates the book, from the storyline to the artwork to the activities. We encourage students to formulate a biblical worldview of history, culture, and religion through the text, artwork, and activities. Listening resources are available on AfterSchoolHelp.com and Teacher Tools Online.



Life of Christ

We will attempt to get a chronological view of Jesus’ life by comparing the synoptic gospels.