11th 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


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


Bob Jones American Literature:

Early American Literature: An Era of Change-
Literature of Settlement
Literature of Religious Experience
Literature of Revolution

American Romanticism: An Era of Optimism-
Minor Romantics
Major Romantics
Voices of Conflict

American Realism & Naturalism: An Era of New Beginnings-
Realists & Naturalist

Modern American Literature: An Era of Pessimism-
Modern Poetry
Modern Prose

Contemporary American Literature: An Era of Diversity-
Contemporary Poetry
Contemporary Prose


(AP) The Language of Composition:

Unit 1: Using Language Specific to Discussion of Argument
Unit 2: Deeper Focus of Particular Audience, Widens and Deepens Discussion of Claims & Evidence, Introduces Appeals in Relation to Audience, Claims and Evidence
Unit 3: Using Evidence More Effectively in an Argument
Unit 4: Rhetorical Analysis, Quality of Writing & Focusing on Introduction & Conclusions
Unit 5: Quality of Coherence in an Argument
Unit 6: Conversation Centers on Evidence – The Effectiveness, Biases & Limitations of Particular Evidence
Unit 7: Fine Tuning Arguments and Addressing a Counterargument
Unit 8: Introduction of Irony & Reviewing Skills
Unit 9: Multiple Perspectives on an Issue

Dual Credit Classes

Freed Hardeman University:

General Psychology 210
Communications 140


Bob Jones United States History:

Horizons – New & Old World Meet, 13 Colonies, Colonial Life, Religion in Colonies
Forge (1689-1801)- Rising Storm, Independence, The Critical Period, Federalist Years
Nation (1801-1848) – Jeffersonian Era, Age of Jackson, Growth of American Society, Manifest Destiny
Crisis (1848-1877)- A House Divided, Civil War, Reconstruction
Quest (1877-1920)- Gilded Age, American Expansion, Progressive Era, Great War
Leadership (1920-1945) – The Twenties, Thirties, World at War
Challenge(1945-2017) – Post War Era, Shattered Society, Nation with Challenges, Resurgence of Conservatism, Facing a New Millenium


McGraw Hill (AP) American History:

Society and Culture in Provincial America
Transplantations and Borderlands
The Collision of Cultures
The Empire in Transition
The American Revolution
The Constitution and the New Republic
The Jeffersonian Era
Varieties of American Nationalism
Jacksonian America
America’s Economic Revolution
Cotton, Slavery, and the Old South
Antebellum Culture and Reform
The Impending Crisis
The Civil War
Reconstruction and the New South
The Conquest of the Far West
Industrial Supremacy
The Age of the City
From Crisis to Empire
The Progressive Era
America and the Great War
The New Era
The Great Depression
The New Deal
The Global Crisis, 1921-1941
America in a World at War
The Cold War
The Affluent Society
Civil Rights, Vietnam, and the Ordeal of Liberalism
The Crisis of Authority
From “The Age of Limits” to the Age of Reagan
The Age of Globalization

Algebra 2

Holt McDougal Larson Algebra 2:

Equations and Inequalities
Linear Equations and Functions
Linear Systems and Matrices
Quadratic Functions and Factoring
Polynomials and Polynomial Functions
Rational Exponents and Radical Functions
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Rational Function
Quadratic Relations and Conic Sections
Counting Methods and Probability
Data Analysis and Statistics
Sequences and Series
Trigonometric Ratios and Functions
Trigonometric Graphs, Identities and Equations



Foreign Language

Foreign Languages Available: (online classes)