Prerequisites: Strong reading skills and ability to write 5 paragraph essay
Time: 12:00-1:30 pm
Teacher: Coach Criswell
Contact Info: email at email@example.com or call (281)948-2208
Curriculum: The Grandeur of Christianity and The Revolutionary Age by David Quine
Provided by teacher: Lecture and facilitation of discussion and any audio selections from the curriculum
Purchased: Divine Comedy by Dante (Quine Version), The Institutes of Christian Religion by Calvin, Paradise Lost by Milton, The Pilgrim’s Progress by Bunyan, Trilogy by Schaeffer, The Prince by Machiavelli, The Universe Next Door by Sire, The Reasonableness of Christianity by Locke, A Tale of Two Cities by Dickens, Animal Farm by Orwell, How Should We Then Live by Schaeffer
Tuition: $600 for year, can be broken into $60 per month for your convenience
Supply Fee: None
Drop Fee: After 1 month, finish out the current semester. If you drop in October, pay through December. If you drop in February, pay through end of Spring Semester.
Class Minimum: 5 students
Class Maximum: 16 students
This second year of study of the Cornerstone Curriculum developed by David Quine of the Cornerstone Curriculum begins with the Renaissance period and continues with the Reformation, the Revolutionary Age up to the rise of modern science. It continues with the same basic theme of developing a solid, conservative Christian worldview in the student’s life. Some of the authors that will be read include Martin Luther, John Calvin, Dante, Milton, William Shakespeare, John Bunyan, John Locke, Thomas Paine, and Francis Schaeffer. Various video and audio recordings will be used as well. Partial or full credit will be earned in the following courses: Composition, Medieval Literature, American History, American Government, Political Theory, Science History, Humanities, World History, and Western Civilization. This is a weekly one hour-thirty minute class. The suggested age group for this class is grades 9-12. The syllabus is written by David Quine of the Cornerstone Curriculum. Curriculum is required for this course. $125 for Teaching Syllabus and $200 if they buy the books, but most books can be borrowed, checked out from the library or purchased more cheaply through tablet, Kindle, or other e-book formats. This is a weekly one hour-twenty minute class. The suggested age group for this class is grades 9-12. Expected Workload (Averaged out over year): 6-9 hours a week outside of class. This is mostly reading, taking notes, and some writing analysis/essay.