Class Schedules 2017-2018

School of Dialectic and Rhetoric 2017-2018

Monday / Wednesday Classes

1st Period 8:00 - 10:00

  • Algebra I*
  • American Literature
  • Chemistry
  • Geometry
  • Intermediate Math
  • Pre-Algebra*
  • Senior Thesis

House Time 10:05-10:35

2nd Period 10:40 - 12:35

  • Biology
  • Classical Greek
  • Computer Applications
  • Life Science
  • Modern History
  • Physical Science
  • US History
  • World History

3rd Period 1:15 - 3:15

  • Pentateuch & the New Testament
  • Classical Literature
  • Dialectic Modern History
  • Hebrew I
  • Latin IB
  • Marine Biology
  • New Testament Survey
  • Personal Financial Literacy

(*Starred Math Classes have a one-hour required math lab on Friday afternoons)

Tuesday / Thursday Classes

4th Period 8:00 - 10:00

  • Calculus
  • Classical Comp and Grammar
  • Dialectic Intro to Latin
  • Dialectic Middle Ages
  • Economics
  • Intro to Theater
  • Latin II & III
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Understanding the Times

House Time 10:05-10:35

5th Period 10:40 - 12:35

  • Algebra II
  • Anatomy / Physiology
  • Art Exploration (6th Grade)
  • British Literature
  • English 7
  • English 8
  • Music Exploration (6th Grade)
  • OK History / Government
  • Biblical Languages
  • Rhetoric I
  • STEM

6th Period 1:15 - 3:15

  • Art Through History (7th / 8th)
  • Fundamentals of Christianity
  • Latin I
  • Logic
  • Musical Theater (7th - 12th)
  • Physics
  • Rhetoric I & II
  • Show Choir (9th - 12th) (male and female ensemble - by audition only)
  • Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus
  • Reading French & German

Friday Classes

7th Period 8:00 - 12:20 (House time 10:40 - 11:10)

  • Agriculture Lab (7th - 12th)
  • Apologetics
  • Computer Concepts
  • Film Making
  • Hebrew II & III
  • Performing Shakespeare
  • Speech and Stage
  • Stagecraft
  • Studio Art / Open Studio
  • Yearbook

Study Skills A 1:00 - 2:00

  • *Algebra I Lab
  • Computer Study Hall
  • *Intermediate Math Lab
  • *Pre-Algebra Lab
  • Department Specific Tutoring

Study Skills B 2:15 - 3:15

  • Department Specific Tutoring
  • Study Hall

*6th Grade is a transition year. It is structured with a Homeroom teacher for all core classes. Part-Time students are welcome to enroll for any “elective” classes such as music, art, and beginning language studies like Dialectic Introduction to Latin.

Note: Students who join ACA from other schools or a home school may have taken classes different than those listed above. ACA makes every effort to accept credit transferred in place of our requirements whenever possible. Please schedule an appointment with the Headmaster to discuss any scheduling questions. Call 918-832-4600.