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COURSE TITLE (12) Revelation of Jesus (Semester 1)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 9
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on Sacred Scripture. Through studying the testaments and sections of the Bible, students will learn about the glory of God's creation from the start of the universe to the fall of the Kingdom of Israel. Students will also grow in their understanding of God's covenants and laws, and the history of the Israelites and their journey as God's people. Throughout the course, students will learn the divisions of the Bible (testaments, books, chapters, verses), and be able to reference them as needed.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (14) Jesus: Mission & Ministry (Sem. 2)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 9
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on introducing students to the mystery of Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the Second Person of the Holy Trinity. Students will grow in their understanding of who Jesus is and who He is calling them to be. Through their study of the Bible, students will encounter the living Word of God, Jesus Christ. Particular attention will be paid to the Gospels so that students may grow in their knowledge and love of Christ.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (15) Revelation of Jesus (Semester 1)
LEVEL Foundations
GRADE(S) 9
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on Sacred Scripture. Through their study of the Bible, students will encounter the living Word of God, Jesus Christ. Particular attention will be paid to the Gospels so that they may grow in their knowledge and love of Christ.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (17) Jesus: Mission & Ministry (Sem. 2)
LEVEL Foundations
GRADE(S) 9
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on introducing students to the mystery of Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the living Word of God as well as the Second Person of the Holy Trinity. Students will grow in their understanding of who Jesus is and who He is calling them to be.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (20) Jesus: Source of Salvation (Sem 1)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 10
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on all that God has done for us through His Son, Jesus Christ. Students will learn about the redemption that Christ won for us and how they share in that salvation. They will also grow in their understanding of what it means to be a disciple of Christ.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (26) Church (Semester 2)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 10
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course will be on the Church. Students will learn that the Church was founded by Jesus Christ through the Apostles and continues to be guided by Him through the Holy Spirit. Students will grow in their understanding of the Church as the living Body of Christ today.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (50) Sacraments (Semester 1)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 11
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on the Sacraments. Through studying each of the Catholic Sacraments, students will learn about how we encounter Christ in a full and real way in and through the Sacraments. Students will also grow in their understanding of the essential elements of each Sacrament, their Biblical roots, and essential forms. The Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation, Matrimony, Holy Orders, and Anointing of the Sick will each be examined in detail.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (56) Life in Jesus Christ (Semester 2)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 11
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on the foundations of Catholic morality. Through studying a comprehensive survey of Catholic morality, students will learn the moral principles by which disciples of Jesus are called to live. They will also grow in their understanding that through Christ and their relationship with Him, they may fully live out God's plan for them in their quest to be responsible both as individuals and communities. Students will be encouraged towards a prayerful attitude of adoration, praise, thanksgiving, confidence, supplication, and awe for God's story. This course promotes communion with the Lord Jesus, through projects and assignments that promote right action.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (72) Christian Life
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 12
CREDITS 5.0
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The focus of this course is on the growth of the human person within a Christian context. The purpose of the course is to help students to see how their lives are interwoven with the lives of others and to find their place in the community of the faithful. The course covers various Christian vocations (marriage, the single state, and religious life), the principles of Catholic social teaching, and the promotion of social justice.
PREREQUISITE None



COURSE TITLE (86) Religion TA (Semester 1)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 12
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Students in this elective course function as teacher aides and assist students in a one-to-one or small group setting. In addition, articles will be read dealing with methods of teaching and various educational topics. Students must also enroll in Selected Topics in Education, Course # 195; see English Department Selections.
PREREQUISITE B average for three years and approval of Learning Area Administrator, Mrs. Dellanno.



COURSE TITLE (88) Religion TA (Semester 2)
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 12
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Students in this elective course function as teacher aides and assist students in a one-to-one or small group setting. In addition, articles will be read dealing with methods of teaching and various educational topics. Students must also enroll in Selected Topics in Education, Course # 195; see English Department Selections.
PREREQUISITE B average for three years and approval of Learning Area Administrator, Mrs. Dellanno.



COURSE TITLE (89) Religion TA
LEVEL Regular
GRADE(S) 12
CREDITS 5.0
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Students in this elective course function as teacher aides and assist students in a one-to-one or small group setting. In addition, articles will be read dealing with methods of teaching and various educational topics. Students must also enroll in Selected Topics in Education, Course # 195; see English Department Selections.
PREREQUISITE B average for three years and approval of Learning Area Administrator, Mrs. Dellanno.



COURSE TITLE (500) Virtual High School (Year)
LEVEL Regular, Honors, Accelerated, AP
GRADE(S) 11, 12
CREDITS 5.0
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The VHS Collaborative Course Catalog is available at http://thevhscollaborative.org. Working in the Virtual High School environment demands good time management skills. Students participate in group discussion, engage in group projects, complete papers, and communicate with their teachers and peers located around the world via the internet. Students should take time to visit the Virtual High School website and look through the Course Catalog. An additional fee, aside from the standard VHS fee, applies when selecting lab science, Advanced Placement or some other courses. Select three (3) options and then email Mrs. Andrews. The email of 100 words should indicate why the student is interested in taking online courses, which courses he/she is interested in taking and why. This step will begin the application process. Mrs. Andrews will contact you with further information. Parents & students can send questions to Mrs. Andrews at nandrews@unioncatholic.org. A non-refundable fee charged at the August Book Sale applies to all virtual high school courses.
PREREQUISITE A desire to experience the online course environment, good time management skills, and a good academic record.



COURSE TITLE (501) Virtual High School (Sem. 1)
LEVEL Regular, Honors, Accelerated, AP
GRADE(S) 11, 12
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The VHS Collaborative Course Catalog is available at http://thevhscollaborative.org. Working in the Virtual High School environment demands good time management skills. Students participate in group discussion, engage in group projects, complete papers, and communicate with their teachers and peers located around the world via the internet. Students should take time to visit the Virtual High School website and look through the Course Catalog. An additional fee, aside from the standard VHS fee, applies when selecting lab science, Advanced Placement or some other courses. Select three (3) options and then email Mrs. Andrews. The email of 100 words should indicate why the student is interested in taking online courses, which courses he/she is interested in taking and why. This step will begin the application process. Mrs. Andrews will contact you with further information. Parents & students can send questions to Mrs. Andrews at nandrews@unioncatholic.org. A non-refundable fee charged at the August Book Sale applies to all virtual high school courses.
PREREQUISITE A desire to experience the online course environment, good time management skills, and a good academic record.



COURSE TITLE (502) Virtual High School (Sem. 2)
LEVEL Regular, Honors, Accelerated, AP
GRADE(S) 11, 12
CREDITS 2.5
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The VHS Collaborative Course Catalog is available at http://thevhscollaborative.org. Working in the Virtual High School environment demands good time management skills. Students participate in group discussion, engage in group projects, complete papers, and communicate with their teachers and peers located around the world via the internet. Students should take time to visit the Virtual High School website and look through the Course Catalog. An additional fee, aside from the standard VHS fee, applies when selecting lab science, Advanced Placement or some other courses. Select three (3) options and then email Mrs. Andrews. The email of 100 words should indicate why the student is interested in taking online courses, which courses he/she is interested in taking and why. This step will begin the application process. Mrs. Andrews will contact you with further information. Parents & students can send questions to Mrs. Andrews at nandrews@unioncatholic.org. A non-refundable fee charged at the August Book Sale applies to all virtual high school courses.
PREREQUISITE A desire to experience the online course environment, good time management skills, and a good academic record.



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