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Sophomore Curriculum

Algebra II/Geometry

Students learn triangle congruence, postulates and theorems, surface area and volume, two column proofs, vector addition and the slopes and equations of lines

Dogmatic Theology

Students are introduced to the fundamental doctrines on the Trinity, Christology, Soteriology, Mariology, Ecclesiology and the Sacraments

Latin II

Students study Ecclesiastical pronunciation and daily translation drills. They are introduced to the subjunctive mood, participles, irregular verbs, possum and eo; deponent verbs, numerals and the comparison of adjectives

Biology, Anatomy and Physiology

Students study ecology, cells, genetics, micro-organisms and fungi, plants, invertebrates, chordates and the human body and it's systems

World History

Students study the major figures and events of the Egyptian, Phoenician, Assyrian, Babylonian, Persian, Hebrew, Greek and Roman cultures

American Literature

Students read and analyze American classics like the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The Old Man and the Sea, The House of the Seven Gables and the Poems of Edgar Allen Poe

Great Books: Seminar

Students discuss and critically analyze the themes found in one of several books on either C.S Lewis, the French Revolution or Our Lady of Fatima

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