Latin I: This course will enable students to develop vocabulary and grammatical skills (both Latin and English) through diligent and constant study. It will also help students to develop reading, listening, and writing skills. Finally, the course will provide an opportunity for students to study the many aspects of the ancient Roman world and how it has affected the modern world. Although Latin is considered a “dead language,” you will find that it is very much alive in etymology, abbreviations, literature, law, government, arts and more.
Logic: Logic/Academic Workshop is designed for 9th
Grade students to develop skills as part of the classical Trivium of
study as well as practical application of strategies for improved academic
performance across all curriculum areas.
B.A. in Economics and Chinese at the University of Arizona
M.A. in Classics at the University of Arizona
Period 1: Latin I (link)
Period 4: Latin I (link)
Period 5: Logic (link)
Period 7: Latin I (link)
Period 8: Latin I (link)
Period 9: Latin I (link)