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  • DRAMA ELEMENTARY MUSIC VISUAL ARTS MISSIONS The mission of Strong Rock Christian School is to glorify God and partner with families in educating and inspiring their children to impact the world for Jesus Christ The Strong Rock Contact the Missions department to see how you can help Contact Missions MISSIONS HOME PRAYER WALL CHAPEL SCRIPTURE MISSIONS PARTNERS SUPPORT Strong Rock Christian School is one of the top independent schools in the nation From our founding in 2007 we have offered educational excellence in Academics Fine Arts Athletics and Missions to prepare the next generation of leaders We have an ongoing commitment to provide quality state of the art facilities and to engage the brightest most dedicated teachers while maintaining a small student teacher ratio In our short history the SRCS learning community has earned a respected reputation in the community and the world as we uphold our motto Blessed To Be A Blessing Support Home How to Give Parent s Hub Alumni Georgia GOAL Tax Credit ACADEMY The Academy emphasizes strong academic standards in a Christ centered environment Students have the opportunity to learn about God clarify and strengthen their faith and worship on a regular basis Weekly chapel services Bible classes and Biblical integration throughout the academic day provide the basis for each student s spiritual growth The instructional day for the Academy includes classes in mathematics language arts science and social studies Students also have the opportunity to study band chorus class piano drama art physical education team sports fitness training study skills communications and technology as enrichments The faculty and staff of the Academy are all highly qualified professionals that love the Lord deeply They work together to provide the type of environment that is critical for the success of our students We look forward to meeting and welcoming you to Strong Rock Christian School Co Curricular Activities DANCE CLUB Bethany Pruett ARCHERY CLUB Kim Kerce kkerce strong rock com BAND Derek Rock drock strong rock com CHESS CLUB Ellen Blake eblake strong rock com CHORUS Miranda Davis mdavis strong rock com DRAMA Amy Smith asmith strong rock com FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES FCA Phil Roberts proberts strong rock com FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB Laura Garrett lgarrett strong rock com Candy Holland cholland strong rock com GIRL TALK Reda Adams radams strong rock com JR BETA CLUB ACADEMY SGA Natalie Thompson nthompson strong rock com Lisa May lmay strong rock com MATH OLYMPICS Amberly Roberts aroberts strong rock com MARCHING BAND COLOR GUARD MAJORETTES Robin Dent rdent strong rock com Amy Smith asmith strong rock com McKinley Stinson mstinson strong rock com PIANO Jackie Davis jdavis strong rock com Y CLUB Kelly Fletcher kfletcher strong rock com Academy Curriculum Club List Club Schedule Daily Schedule Family Handbook Summer Reading Academy Supply List 6th Grade Supply List 7th Grade Supply List 8th Grade Tutoring Schedule Events High School Musical Drama Performance High School Performances Academy Performances April 29th 7 00 PM April 28 7 00 PM April 30th 7

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  • set up similar to a college anthropology course Students will learn how to develop a mindset in geography through class discussion of the readings which are current real world articles They will read the content matter from the textbook at home and be asked to apply that information to these class discussions The goal is to develop globally aware citizens capable of understanding any phenomena across the globe its relationship with other processes and their part in these patterns of action Students are expected to take the AP exam in May There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course AP World History AP World History is a college level history course that covers the achievements of world civilizations from Creation to the present Students are expected to take the AP exam in May There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course Science Chemistry Chemistry is the study of matter and the changes it undergoes In this introductory course students examine a broad range of principles in chemistry from a Biblical worldview and receive experience in a laboratory setting Topics include dimensional analysis atomic theory periodic table compounds molar concept equations reactions stoichiometry states of matter gas laws solutions and acids bases Honors Chemistry Chemistry is the study of matter and the changes it undergoes In this introductory course students examine a broad range of principles in chemistry from a Biblical worldview and receive experience in a laboratory setting Topics include dimensional analysis atomic theory periodic table compounds molar concept equations reactions stoichiometry states of matter gas laws solutions and acids bases Since this is an honors course students are expected to dig deeper and expand on topics introduced Strong math skills are recommended There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course Foreign Language Spanish II Spanish II begins with an extensive review of vocabulary and grammar learned in Spanish I Students will continue expanding their knowledge of grammar syntax vocabulary and culture The present tense is reviewed the preterite tense is learned and applied and the imperfect tense is introduced Students continue to sharpen their listening speaking reading and writing skills The integration of Hispanic culture people and geographical locations is taken to a more in depth level Honors Spanish II Honors Spanish II begins with an extensive review of vocabulary and grammar learned in Spanish I Students will continue expanding their knowledge of grammar syntax vocabulary and culture The present tense is reviewed the preterite tense is learned and applied and the imperfect tense is introduced Students continue to sharpen their listening speaking reading and writing skills The integration of Hispanic culture people and geographical locations is taken to a more in depth level The honors level student is expected to have excellent study and communication skills and be able to independently complete assignments Material will be introduced at a faster pace and higher level thinking skills will be expected More complex ideas and topics will be explored Students who successfully complete Spanish II Honors will be prepared to enroll in Spanish III Honors There are specific requirements that students must meet in order to take this course Honors Spanish III A comprehensive review of Spanish I and II grammar is covered in the first few weeks Students learn to integrate the knowledge of grammar and vocabulary learned in Spanish I and II New vocabulary is acquired Spanish III teaches students how to combine the preterite and past tenses The subjunctive and future tenses are introduced Students strengthen communicative skills through further study of the language preparing students for the Spanish IV Honors course Each chapter provides a wide range of paired and group activities Students speak with a partner work in small group and interview classmates There are specific requirements that students must meet in order to register for this course 10th Grade Electives Business Finance This course will allow students to engage in financial and business oriented life applications through different avenues throughout the year Dave Ramsey s Foundations in Personal Finance will be used the first semester Students will learn how to save spend and accrue personal wealth while maintaining a steady tithe They will see a Biblical perspective of money During the second semester students will develop various business plans and projects using marketing management accounting and entrepreneurial skills Technology Computer Applications I Computer Applications I is designed to familiarize students with computers and the use of their applications It will emphasize the use of keyboarding techniques Students will learn fundamental concepts of computer hardware and software and become familiar with a variety of computer applications including word processing spreadsheets databases and multimedia presentations Students will also investigate Internet based applications working with email and learning how to browse the web Activities that explore social and ethical issues related to technology and the impact we are making as Christians in the digital world will be blended through the coursework Computer Applications II Computer Applications II is a project based class designed to build on the knowledge acquired in Computer Applications I Students will create modify and enhance documents and projects Hands on activities will allow students to learn features of various software applications and explore other web based lessons They will experience opportunities that will allow them to apply their knowledge to real life job college career paths and social and ethical issues that we are exemplifying through our digital citizenship Yearbook Throughout the school year students will design and create the school s yearbook Through the creation of the yearbook students will tell the story of Strong Rock through design photography and writing Yearbook is an extraordinary real world experience Physical Education Strength Training This course is designed to teach basic strength training techniques in order to develop a healthy lifestyle based off the student s current physical abilities Corrective exercises will be implemented periodically to help address areas that are predisposed to injury based off movement screening results performed at the beginning of the year Students will progress through a periodized strength training program based off their strength and technical levels Outdoor Education The idea behind this course is to empower students with life changing skills introduced and taught by and through nature The fundamental principle is that of relationships God with human human with nature human with human and God with nature The objective is to grow in fellowship with God nature and humanity The course includes the following topics Environmental Studies Wilderness Skills Hiking Skills Project Adventure and Archery Fine Arts Class Piano When students reach high school classes they will know all sharp and flat major scales with the primary chords in each key Their theory knowledge will be college entrance level and they will play advanced repertoire for various performances festivals auditions in solo and ensemble Seniors will be recognized as they present a solo at the end of the year concert Emphasis is placed on using one s talents to glorify God Students will be prepared to play for church services weddings funerals and praise band as well as other musical occupations and hobbies Theater By developing a deep understanding and working knowledge of theatre students will be encouraged to use the talents God has given them This understanding is accomplished through a research based instructional plan including differentiated instruction integrated lessons hands on activities performance based projects and bi yearly scheduled public performances to practice and master the skills that theatre professionals use in their craft Beginner activities involve but are not limited to theatre games physical exercises in concentration and attention playing an objective voice movement stage terminology characterization performance monologues and rehearsal techniques In more advanced courses students will strengthen and build upon skills learned in introductory courses Advanced courses continue a steady progression to voice and diction dialects character studies musical theatre training scene work production participation theatre history directing critiquing environmental design and participation with technical aspects of the theater High School Chorus The mission of Strong Rock Christian School s Upper Academy 7th 8th Grade High School Choruses is to enrich students vocal abilities through the study of two part and three part choral music along with the practice of proper vocal techniques music reading skills and finally the ultimate presentation of these skills through public performance Students perform choral literature that ranges in style from Classical pieces in Latin to Contemporary Pop and Jazz pieces developing an eclectic musical palette of musical genres that will help them become well rounded musicians in the years to come Students perform in seasonal concerts and festivals each year Fall Concert Christmas Concert Spring Festival Spring Concert and finally the big Spring Musical that features the cooperation of all the fine arts groups at Strong Rock Christian School High School Band High School band is an instrumental ensemble comprised of woodwinds brass bass guitar and percussionists performing 8 10 concerts a year including on campus concerts Fall Variety Show Spring Concert Chamber Concert and spring musical and off campus performances Great Day of Service Veterans Day Christmas Concert Large Group Performance Evaluations and GMEA Solo and Ensemble Literature performed by this ensemble ranges from grade 3 5 Membership in the high school band offers students a rigorous curriculum including ear training sight reading part study melodic and rhythmic dictation and jazz improvisation Students in the high school band consistently audition for and participate in honor groups such as the district honor band and collegiate band clinics High School Percussion High School Percussion is a section of the high school band Though they perform with the high school winds for all of their performances they rehearse separately on two out of the five days following the Christmas Concert This allows for instruction to address specifics regarding stroke types varying percussion approaches within the section as well as All State prep In the spring they will perform at the McEachern Day of Percussion where they will play medium to advanced literature for adjudicators and fellow percussionists in Cobb County GA Art I Comprehensive Art Designed for the beginning Visual Art student Comprehensive Art is the basic building block for all Visual Art Courses Comprehensive Art introduces students to the elements and principles of design as well as a variety of media used to create art including but not limited to pencil paint clay etc Art history criticism and Biblical truths are also an integral part of the Comprehensive Art curriculum Students will also have the opportunity to participate in the ACSI Art Festival and Student Show during second semester Seniors will have a separate Senior Exit Show prior to graduation Art II Drawing and Painting Drawing and Painting is designed to encourage the discovery of artistic style of individual art students through the use of various painting and drawing mediums including acrylic paint charcoal pen and ink as well as colored pencil The principles and elements of design art history Biblical integration and art criticism are all a part of this discovery process Drawing and Painting students are also involved in supporting the other Fine Arts courses through creating props posters etc that are needed for performances Students will also have the opportunity to participate in the ACSI Art Festival and Student Show during second semester Seniors will have a separate Senior Exit Show prior to graduation 11th Grade Core Classes Bible Foundations of Christianity This class will teach students to develop a Biblical worldview to filter views on our world through God s perspective and to use His Word as a timeless foundation to defend their faith It will also train them to actively live out their Christian faith in a culture where everything is relative The purpose of this course is to deepen the students faith and to help them have an understanding of a Biblical worldview in the areas of Theology Philosophy Ethics Biology Psychology Sociology Law Politics Economics and History Our desire is that students would not conform to the patterns of this world but their minds would be transformed through the study of God s word so that they will be able to know God s pleasing and perfect will for their lives Romans 12 2 Worship Arts Worship Arts is a class comprised of students with different gifts and skill sets necessary to run a worship service Students are required to oversee the programming of the first part of Tuesday morning chapels Singers instrumentalist drama tech and stage crew all participate in creating a welcoming environment for students each week The curriculum primarily focuses on the Orange Group s XP3 site for deeper understanding of monthly themes relating to God s Word This year s book study is The Worship Team s Handbook Additional resources include online messages and outside speakers who currently work in churches to give us insight into what is required to work on a church team English English III American literature introduces students to the American experience as shared by a diverse and select group of writers Literature selections enable students to examine varied aspects of the American experience including freedom and independence the American dream and the role of faith in the development of American identity Students will also develop an understanding of chronological context and the relevance of period structures in American Literature In addition students will develop an understanding of the ways the time period of a work of literature affects its structure and how the chronology of a work of literature affects its meaning Emphasis is on developing vocabulary and persuasive writing as well as expanding the effective use of research through the college search process Students will make the connection between faith and life by examining literary elements and content from a Biblical worldview perspective Students taking this course will also participate in a college search research project during the second semester Summer reading is required Honors English III American literature introduces students to the American experience as shared by a diverse and select group of writers Literature selections enable students to examine varied aspects of the American experience including freedom and independence the American dream and the role of faith in the development of American identity Students will also develop an understanding of chronological context and the relevance of period structures in American Literature In addition students will develop an understanding of the ways the time period of a work of literature affects its structure and how the chronology of a work of literature affects its meaning Emphasis is on developing vocabulary and persuasive writing as well as expanding the effective use of research through the college search process Students will make the connection between faith and life by examining literary elements and content from a Biblical worldview perspective Honors level students are expected to demonstrate higher level critical thinking independent study habits strong reading ability and easy mastery of basic and advanced skills and concepts They will usually be responsible for content material covered in the regular class plus additional advanced materials and assignments Students taking this course will also participate in a college search research project during the second semester Summer reading is required There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course AP English Language and Composition AP Language and Composition is a college level course that trains students to read complex texts with greater understanding and to develop richness clarity and complexity in their own writing Emphasis is on studying how writers use language to shape the way we think and more importantly on practicing doing the same in their own writing in order to develop fluency logic variety and voice Selections will come primarily from American Literature and will include works of fiction biographies political and didactic speeches and commemorative philosophical and humorous essays Much of this class is conducted as a seminar with students leading discussions and analyses that focus on style rhetoric tone and diction in prose writing This course is designed for students who are proficient readers and gifted writers The classwork will prepare students to write both formal papers in a variety of modes as well as timed AP style essays in which they draft clear thoughtful and well supported analyses of unfamiliar passages or coherent and well substantiated arguments on proposed topics Students will have the opportunity to expand their vocabulary and refine their control of grammar and will participate in a college search research project during the spring semester As a culmination of the course students are required to take the AP exam in May Summer reading is required There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course Mathematics Algebra II Algebra II is a course that expands on the topics of Algebra I and provides further development of the concept of a function Topics include 1 Polynomial Functions 2 Rational and Radical Relationships 3 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and Equations 4 Trigonometric Functions 5 Mathematical Modeling and 6 Inferences and Conclusions from Data There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course Honors Algebra II Algebra II is a course that expands on the topics of Algebra I and provides further development of the concept of a function Topics include 1 Polynomial Functions 2 Rational and Radical Relationships 3 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and Equations 4 Trigonometric Functions 5 Mathematical Modeling and 6 Inferences and Conclusions from Data Algebra III Algebra III is for students who have finished Algebra 2 but will benefit from an extra year of algebra to prepare them for college level courses Algebra 3 provides students with a balanced foundation using analytic numerical graphical and verbal methods of representing and solving comprehension and application problems associated with the following topics 1 linear quadratic rational radical exponential logarithmic and polynomial functions 2 conic sections 3 trigonometry and 4 vectors Honors Pre Calculus Pre Calculus provides students with a balanced foundation using analytic numerical graphical and verbal methods of representing and solving comprehension and application problems associated with the following topics 1 conics 2 trigonometry 3 matrices 4 vectors and 5 probability The following topics are fundamentally imperative to high school mathematics and will be assessed throughout the school year factoring equation solving rationals and radicals There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course AP Calculus AB AP Calculus is designed to prepare students to take the AP Calculus exam Students will learn understand and apply limits differentiation and integration in both computation and application problem settings Students are required to take the AP exam offered in May of each year There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course Social Studies US History This course is designed to prepare students for college level history by emphasizing the ability to read and write as a historian History is a thematic discipline seeking to synthesize ideas about continuity across time and space Specifically this course traces the beginnings of US History with the Native Americans through America s role in the world today A special emphasis is placed upon writing and critical thinking Honors US History This course is designed to prepare students for college level history by emphasizing the ability to read and write as a historian History is a thematic discipline seeking to synthesize ideas about continuity across time and space Specifically this course traces the beginnings of US History with the Native Americans through America s role in the world today There are several extensive papers designed to challenge students in creating their own ideas about history There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course AP US History AP US History is a college level course in which students are challenged to understand America s history within the context of a global picture There are nine specific themes related to this course work exchange and technology identity ideas beliefs and culture America in the world environment and geography politics and power peopling Also there are nine distinct time periods the history of the US is divided This course will challenge students through the use of extensive reading numerous writing opportunities and primary source documents All of these assignments are focused to ensure success on the AP Exam conducted at the end of the year There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course AP Human Geography Human Geography is a discipline that encompasses five major themes place location space movement and human environment interaction This course is designed to allow students a chance to earn college credit during their high school years therefore the class is set up similar to a college anthropology course Students will learn how to develop a mindset in geography through class discussion of the readings which are current real world articles They will read the content matter from the textbook at home and be asked to apply that information to these class discussions The goal is to develop globally aware citizens capable of understanding any phenomena across the globe its relationship with other processes and their part in these patterns of action Students are expected to take the AP exam in May There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course AP Psychology This course is a college level class that covers the foundational principles of psychology to include neuroscience perception cognition development and disorders and therapy Students are required to take the AP Exam in May There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course Science AP Chemistry The AP Chemistry course is designed to be the equivalent of the general chemistry course usually taken during the first college year This course provides students with a college level foundation to support future advanced coursework in chemistry Students cultivate their understanding of chemistry through inquiry based investigations as they explore topics such as atomic structure intermolecular forces and bonding chemical reactions kinetics thermodynamics and equilibrium There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course Students take the AP Chemistry exam in May Anatomy and Physiology This course is a two semester sequence class that provides a solid basic understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body Anatomy and physiology is the study of the body s structural framework and how it works The course will begin with the study of the organization of the human body and a review of the structure function and the basic biochemistry of the cell The course will then focus on the anatomy and the physiology of the following organ systems Integumentary Skeleton Muscular Nervous Sensory Organs Endocrine system Cardiovascular Lymphatic System Respiratory System Digestive System Urinary System and Reproductive System Upon completion students should be able to demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the principles and interrelationships of anatomy and physiology For you created my inmost being you knit me together in my mother s womb I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made Psalm 139 13 14 Forensics Forensic Science is the study of the application of science to the law This integrated science course is designed to explore the scientific and technological aspects of criminal investigations Topics will include the study of DNA glass blood fingerprinting chemical residues and evidence collection as it relates to forensic issues This class is intended to enhance a student s interest in science by incorporating forensic knowledge into lab experiments involving mysteries Students will improve their ability to give clear concise answers to questions They will learn useful problem solving and critical thinking skills by applying science concepts to solving real world problems Students will see that creation is orderly purposeful and intelligible Foreign Language Spanish II Spanish II begins with an extensive review of vocabulary and grammar learned in Spanish I Students will continue expanding their knowledge of grammar syntax vocabulary and culture The present tense is reviewed the preterite tense is learned and applied and the imperfect tense is introduced Students continue to sharpen their listening speaking reading and writing skills The integration of Hispanic culture people and geographical locations is taken to a more in depth level Honors Spanish II Honors Spanish II begins with an extensive review of vocabulary and grammar learned in Spanish I Students will continue expanding their knowledge of grammar syntax vocabulary and culture The present tense is reviewed the preterite tense is learned and applied and the imperfect tense is introduced Students continue to sharpen their listening speaking reading and writing skills The integration of Hispanic culture people and geographical locations is taken to a more in depth level The honors level student is expected to have excellent study and communication skills and be able to independently complete assignments Material will be introduced at a faster pace and higher level thinking skills will be expected More complex ideas and topics will be explored Students who successfully complete Spanish II Honors will be prepared to enroll in Spanish III Honors There are specific requirements that students must meet in order to take this course Honors Spanish III A comprehensive review of Spanish I and II grammar is covered in the first few weeks Students learn to integrate the knowledge of grammar and vocabulary learned in Spanish I and II New vocabulary is acquired Spanish III teaches students how to combine the preterite and past tenses The subjunctive and future tenses are introduced Students strengthen communicative skills through further study of the language preparing students for the Spanish IV Honors course Each chapter provides a wide range of paired and group activities Students speak with a partner work in small group and interview classmates There are specific requirements that students must meet in order to register for this course Honors Spanish IV All four language skills are strengthened and students continue to apply what they have learned to advanced listening speaking and writing activities More extensive grammar is introduced enabling students to express themselves effectively in both oral and written forms of communication Short analytical reading is introduced This course prepares students for the AP Spanish course There are specific requirements that students must meet in order to register for this course AP Spanish AP Spanish consists of perfecting all of the Spanish learner s comprehension and reading skills as well as the speaking and writing abilities required to achieve a successful score on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam The class incorporates all authentic cultural and relevant resources in order to discuss the six themes of the AP exam Families and Communities Science and Technology Beauty and Esthetics Contemporary Life Global Challenges and Personal and Public Identity Due to the wide variety of cultural references to the Hispanic world all students can absorb the Hispanic way of life and are able to appropriately make cultural references in their writing and speaking activities as well as discuss Biblical truths that can then be applied to the students daily lives Students take the AP exam in May There are specific requirements students must meet in order to register for this course 11th Grade Electives Business Finance This course will allow students to engage in financial and business oriented life applications through different avenues throughout the year Dave Ramsey s Foundations in Personal Finance will be used the first semester Students will learn how to save spend and accrue personal wealth while maintaining a steady tithe They will see a Biblical perspective of money During the second semester students will develop various business plans and projects using marketing management accounting and entrepreneurial skills Technology Computer Applications I Computer Applications I is designed to familiarize students with computers and the use of their applications It will emphasize the use of keyboarding techniques Students will learn fundamental concepts of computer hardware and software and become familiar with a variety of computer applications including word processing spreadsheets databases and multimedia presentations Students will also investigate Internet based applications working with email and learning how to browse the web Activities that explore social and ethical issues related to technology and the impact we are making as Christians in the digital world will be blended through the coursework Computer Applications II Computer Applications II is a project based class designed to build on the knowledge acquired in Computer Applications I Students will create modify and enhance documents and projects Hands on activities will allow students to learn features of various software applications and explore other web based lessons They will experience opportunities that will allow them to apply their knowledge to real life job college career paths and social and ethical issues that we are exemplifying through our digital citizenship Yearbook Throughout the school year students will design and create the school s yearbook Through the creation of the yearbook students will tell the story of Strong Rock through design photography and writing Yearbook is an extraordinary real world experience Mentorship Mentorship is a class designed to develop relationships between the student and a teacher staff member who helps guide and teach It is a partnership that enables growth in various areas of interests and need Students will be expected to give their best with a servant s heart Physical Education Strength Training This course is designed to teach basic strength training techniques in order to develop a healthy lifestyle based off the student s current physical abilities Corrective exercises will be implemented periodically to help address areas that are predisposed to injury based off movement screening results performed at the beginning of the year Students will progress through a periodized strength training program based off their strength and technical levels Outdoor Education The idea behind this course is to empower students with life changing skills introduced and taught by and through nature The fundamental principle is that of relationships God with human human with nature human with human and God with nature The objective is to grow in fellowship with God nature and humanity The course includes the following topics Environmental Studies Wilderness Skills Hiking Skills Project Adventure and Archery Fine Arts Class Piano When students reach high school classes they will know all sharp and flat major scales with the primary chords in each key Their theory knowledge will be college entrance level and they will play advanced repertoire for various performances festivals auditions in solo and ensemble Seniors will be recognized as they present a solo at the end of the year concert Emphasis is placed on using one s talents to glorify God Students will be prepared to play for church services weddings funerals and praise band as well as other musical occupations and hobbies Theater By developing a deep understanding and working knowledge of theatre students will be encouraged to use the talents God has given them This understanding is accomplished through a research based instructional plan including differentiated instruction integrated lessons hands on activities performance based projects and bi yearly scheduled public performances to practice and master the skills that theatre professionals use in their craft Beginner activities involve but are not limited to theatre games physical exercises in concentration and attention playing an objective voice movement stage terminology characterization performance monologues and rehearsal techniques In more advanced courses students will strengthen and build upon skills learned in introductory courses Advanced courses continue a steady progression to voice and diction dialects character studies musical theatre training scene work production participation theatre history directing critiquing environmental design and participation with technical aspects of the theater High School Chorus The mission of Strong Rock Christian School s Upper Academy 7th 8th Grade High School Choruses is to enrich students vocal abilities through the study of two part and three part choral music along with the practice of proper vocal techniques music reading skills and finally the ultimate presentation of these skills through public performance Students perform choral literature that ranges in style from Classical pieces in Latin to Contemporary Pop and Jazz pieces developing an eclectic musical palette of musical genres that will help them become well rounded musicians in the years to come Students perform in seasonal concerts and festivals each year Fall Concert Christmas Concert Spring Festival Spring Concert and finally the big Spring Musical that features the cooperation of all the fine arts groups at Strong Rock Christian School High School Band High School band is an instrumental ensemble comprised of woodwinds brass bass guitar and percussionists performing 8 10 concerts a year including on campus concerts Fall Variety Show Spring Concert Chamber Concert and spring musical and off campus performances Great Day of Service Veterans Day Christmas Concert Large Group Performance Evaluations and GMEA Solo and Ensemble Literature performed by this ensemble ranges from grade 3 5 Membership in the high school band offers students a rigorous curriculum including ear training sight reading part study melodic and rhythmic dictation and jazz improvisation Students in the high school band consistently audition for and participate in honor groups such as the district honor band and collegiate band clinics High School Percussion High School Percussion is a section of the high school band Though they perform with the high school winds for all of their performances they rehearse separately on two out of the five days following the Christmas Concert This allows for instruction to address specifics regarding stroke types varying percussion approaches within the section as well as All State prep In the spring they will perform at the McEachern Day of Percussion where they will play medium to advanced literature for adjudicators and fellow percussionists in Cobb County GA Art I Comprehensive Art Designed for the beginning Visual Art student Comprehensive Art is the basic building block for all Visual Art Courses Comprehensive Art introduces students to the elements and principles of design as well as a variety of media used to create art including but not limited to pencil paint clay etc Art history criticism and Biblical truths are also an integral part of the Comprehensive Art curriculum Students will also have the opportunity to participate in the ACSI Art Festival and Student Show during second semester Seniors will have a separate Senior Exit Show prior to graduation Art II Drawing and Painting Drawing and Painting is designed to encourage the discovery of artistic style of individual art students through the use of various painting and drawing mediums including acrylic paint charcoal pen and ink as well as colored pencil The principles and elements of design art history Biblical integration and art criticism are all a part of this discovery process Drawing and Painting students are also involved in supporting the other Fine Arts courses through creating props posters etc that are needed for performances Students will also have the opportunity to participate in the ACSI Art Festival and Student Show during second semester Seniors will have a separate Senior Exit Show prior to graduation Art III Advanced Drawing and Painting Advanced Drawing and Painting is designed to continue the discovery of artistic style of individual art students through the use of various painting and drawing mediums including acrylic paint charcoal pen and ink as well as colored pencil The principles and elements of design art history Biblical integration and art criticism are all a part of this discovery process Advanced Drawing and Painting students are also involved in supporting the other Fine Arts courses through creating props posters etc needed for performances Students will also have the opportunity to participate in the ACSI Art Festival and Student Show during second semester Seniors will have a separate Senior Exit Show prior to graduation 12th Grade Core Classes Bible Christian Apologetics World Religions Christian Apologetics and World Religions covers the foundations of the Christian faith including the existence of God reliability of the Bible the claims of Christ and the historicity of the resurrection The purpose of this course is found in 1 Peter 3 15

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  • in Academics Fine Arts Athletics and Missions to prepare the next generation of leaders We have an ongoing commitment to provide quality state of the art facilities and to engage the brightest most dedicated teachers while maintaining a small student teacher ratio In our short history the SRCS learning community has earned a respected reputation in the community and the world as we uphold our motto Blessed To Be A Blessing Support Home How to Give Parent s Hub Alumni Georgia GOAL Tax Credit HIGH SCHOOL The high school emphasizes strong academic standards in a Christ centered environment Weekly chapel services Bible classes and Biblical integration throughout the academic day provide the basis for each student s spiritual growth The instructional day for high school students includes opportunities to study the Bible mathematics science social studies foreign language and English Students also have the opportunity to study fine arts in concert symphonic praise and jazz band as well as concert choir class piano drama theatre and visual arts Physical education courses include personal fitness health and strength training Technology courses include our yearbook program and computer applications courses Also included is Financial Peace University Political Leadership and a Mentorship program The instructional day is extended for students who wish to participate in a variety of extra and co curricular activities including special interest and honors clubs and a full roster of athletic team sports Our high school offers a college preparatory academic program that aligns with the admissions standards of highly respected public and private universities Strong Rock students are well prepared for a four year college experience Students have the opportunity through honors and Advanced Placement courses to meet the expectations of any university in the country The faculty and staff of the high school are highly qualified professionals that love the Lord deeply They work together to provide the type of environment that is critical for the success of our students We look forward to meeting and welcoming you to Strong Rock Christian School Co Curricular Activities ARCHERY CLUB Kim Kerce kkerce strong rock com ART CLUB Margaret Livingston mlivingston strong rock com BAND McKinley Stinson mstinson strong rock com BETA CLUB Angie Rice arice strong rock com Rita Poole rpoole strong rock com CHESS CLUB Candy Holland cholland strong rock com CHORUS STRONG ROCK SINGERS Miranda Davis mdavis strong rock com DANCE CLUB Bethany Pruett DRAMA Brook White bwhite strong rock com FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES FCA Phil Roberts proberts strong rock com FOREIGN LANGUAGE MISSIONS CLUB Laura Garrett lgarrett strong rock com Candy Holland cholland strong rock com FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FFA Jonathan Green jgreen strong rock com KEY CLUB Beth Moss bmoss strong rock com MARCHING BAND COLOR GUARD MAJORETTES Robin Dent rdent strong rock com Amy Smith asmith strong rock com McKinley Stinson mstinson strong rock com MATH LEAGUE Amberly Roberts aroberts strong rock com MOCK TRIAL Nathan Boles nboles strong rock com MUSIC LESSONS Jackie Davis jdavis strong rock com NATIONAL HONOR

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  • for PEP need to contact Dr Gilreath within the first six weeks of the school year to discuss the opportunity Applications for the upcoming school year are collected in the Spring of each year PACE PEP s Academic Course Enrichment for 6th 8th Grade Students SRCS began this program in 2013 The students describe this class as a combination of an honors class and a PEP session The curriculum follows the 6th grade science curriculum at an enriched hands on and accelerated level Students are notified if they are eligible for the program due to the PEP eligibility criteria The expectations for this class are quite high however the learning and potential within this class is even higher Science Fair participation is also a requirement in 6th grade PACE 7th and 8th grade PACE are in Language Arts with a Latin component If you have any questions please contact the Learning Lab office Speech We are very excited to offer speech therapy as an additional service in Learning Lab This is a new program to Strong Rock for the 2013 2014 school year Parents or classroom teachers may suggest a referral to speech services If you feel your child would benefit from speech services or if you question if your child has any speech related issues you can contact our Speech Language Pathologist on campus Susan Lockhart to schedule a speech evaluation The cost of this evaluation is 100 as a testing fee It covers two speech evaluations in the academic year with a conference following each with both parent and Mrs Lockhart If the evaluation reports that your child does not need speech at this time half of the testing fee is reimbursed since the post evaluation will not be needed If the report indicates that your child would benefit from speech the parent and Mrs Lockhart would decide which plan would best fit the needs for the family The plans are listed below Plans Sessions Cost Speech Plan A Meets 1x weekly for 30 min 1 500 Speech Plan B Meets 2 x weekly for 30 min 2 800 Speech Plan C Meets monthly for 30 min 500 Most common plan utilized in school systems Mrs Lockhart works with the classroom teacher s to decide on the best time to be seen during the school day and attempt to avoid missing out on important academic times A re evaluation and conference will be held at the end of the school year We believe that having the opportunity to work with students in the school day at our own campus is going to be a valuable tool in supporting our students with speech needs Students have weekly communication folders sent home following speech services to re enforce speech skills throughout the week Mrs Lockhart will also be in communication with classroom teachers so teachers may emphasize skills in the classroom as well We look forward to partnering with you this school year We currently have very limited spots remaining

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  • Contact Fine Arts FINE ARTS HOME BAND CHORAL MUSIC CLASS PIANO DRAMA ELEMENTARY MUSIC VISUAL ARTS MISSIONS The mission of Strong Rock Christian School is to glorify God and partner with families in educating and inspiring their children to impact the world for Jesus Christ The Strong Rock Contact the Missions department to see how you can help Contact Missions MISSIONS HOME PRAYER WALL CHAPEL SCRIPTURE MISSIONS PARTNERS SUPPORT Strong Rock Christian School is one of the top independent schools in the nation From our founding in 2007 we have offered educational excellence in Academics Fine Arts Athletics and Missions to prepare the next generation of leaders We have an ongoing commitment to provide quality state of the art facilities and to engage the brightest most dedicated teachers while maintaining a small student teacher ratio In our short history the SRCS learning community has earned a respected reputation in the community and the world as we uphold our motto Blessed To Be A Blessing Support Home How to Give Parent s Hub Alumni Georgia GOAL Tax Credit STRONG ROCK BASEBALL Varsity Schedule Varsity Roster JV Schedule JV Roster Freshman Schedule Freshman Roster Academy Schedule Academy Roster Varsity Head Coach Phil Roberts proberts strong rock com Varsity Assistant Coaches Josh Newton Brock VanFausein JV Head Coach Pat Stuart pstuart strong rock com JV Assistant Coach Cam Crawford Academy Head Coach Tripp Lawrence Academy Assistant Coaches Alvin Mitchell Alvin Mitchell Athletics Home Baseball Basketball Boys Basketball Girls Cheerleading Cross Country Equestrian Team Football Golf Shooting Team Soccer Boys Soccer Girls Softball Tennis Track Volleyball Wrestling Search Events High School Musical Drama Performance High School Performances Academy Performances April 29th 7 00 PM April 28 7 00 PM April 30th 7 00 PM April 30 1 00 PM Tickets are now on sale

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  • offer students unique outlets through which to showcase their God given gifts and talents Contact Fine Arts FINE ARTS HOME BAND CHORAL MUSIC CLASS PIANO DRAMA ELEMENTARY MUSIC VISUAL ARTS MISSIONS The mission of Strong Rock Christian School is to glorify God and partner with families in educating and inspiring their children to impact the world for Jesus Christ The Strong Rock Contact the Missions department to see how you can help Contact Missions MISSIONS HOME PRAYER WALL CHAPEL SCRIPTURE MISSIONS PARTNERS SUPPORT Strong Rock Christian School is one of the top independent schools in the nation From our founding in 2007 we have offered educational excellence in Academics Fine Arts Athletics and Missions to prepare the next generation of leaders We have an ongoing commitment to provide quality state of the art facilities and to engage the brightest most dedicated teachers while maintaining a small student teacher ratio In our short history the SRCS learning community has earned a respected reputation in the community and the world as we uphold our motto Blessed To Be A Blessing Support Home How to Give Parent s Hub Alumni Georgia GOAL Tax Credit STRONG ROCK BOYS BASKETBALL Varsity Schedule Varsity Roster JV Schedule JV Roster Academy Schedule Academy Roster Varsity Head Coach Matt Callahan mcallahan strong rock com Assistant Coach David Gaudry Head Academy Coach Scott Gregory Athletics Home Baseball Basketball Boys Basketball Girls Cheerleading Cross Country Equestrian Team Football Golf Shooting Team Soccer Boys Soccer Girls Softball Tennis Track Volleyball Wrestling Search Events High School Musical Drama Performance High School Performances Academy Performances April 29th 7 00 PM April 28 7 00 PM April 30th 7 00 PM April 30 1 00 PM Tickets are now on sale Pre Sale Tickets 8 Door Tickets 10 Click here for more information Summer

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  • students unique outlets through which to showcase their God given gifts and talents Contact Fine Arts FINE ARTS HOME BAND CHORAL MUSIC CLASS PIANO DRAMA ELEMENTARY MUSIC VISUAL ARTS MISSIONS The mission of Strong Rock Christian School is to glorify God and partner with families in educating and inspiring their children to impact the world for Jesus Christ The Strong Rock Contact the Missions department to see how you can help Contact Missions MISSIONS HOME PRAYER WALL CHAPEL SCRIPTURE MISSIONS PARTNERS SUPPORT Strong Rock Christian School is one of the top independent schools in the nation From our founding in 2007 we have offered educational excellence in Academics Fine Arts Athletics and Missions to prepare the next generation of leaders We have an ongoing commitment to provide quality state of the art facilities and to engage the brightest most dedicated teachers while maintaining a small student teacher ratio In our short history the SRCS learning community has earned a respected reputation in the community and the world as we uphold our motto Blessed To Be A Blessing Support Home How to Give Parent s Hub Alumni Georgia GOAL Tax Credit STRONG ROCK GIRLS BASKETBALL Varsity Schedule Varsity Roster JV Schedule JV Roster Academy Schedule Academy Roster Varsity Head Coach A C McCullers amcullers strong rock com Assistant Coach Van Box Head Academy Coach Andrea McCullers Athletics Home Baseball Basketball Boys Basketball Girls Cheerleading Cross Country Equestrian Team Football Golf Shooting Team Soccer Boys Soccer Girls Softball Tennis Track Volleyball Wrestling Search Events High School Musical Drama Performance High School Performances Academy Performances April 29th 7 00 PM April 28 7 00 PM April 30th 7 00 PM April 30 1 00 PM Tickets are now on sale Pre Sale Tickets 8 Door Tickets 10 Click here for more information Summer

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  • which to showcase their God given gifts and talents Contact Fine Arts FINE ARTS HOME BAND CHORAL MUSIC CLASS PIANO DRAMA ELEMENTARY MUSIC VISUAL ARTS MISSIONS The mission of Strong Rock Christian School is to glorify God and partner with families in educating and inspiring their children to impact the world for Jesus Christ The Strong Rock Contact the Missions department to see how you can help Contact Missions MISSIONS HOME PRAYER WALL CHAPEL SCRIPTURE MISSIONS PARTNERS SUPPORT Strong Rock Christian School is one of the top independent schools in the nation From our founding in 2007 we have offered educational excellence in Academics Fine Arts Athletics and Missions to prepare the next generation of leaders We have an ongoing commitment to provide quality state of the art facilities and to engage the brightest most dedicated teachers while maintaining a small student teacher ratio In our short history the SRCS learning community has earned a respected reputation in the community and the world as we uphold our motto Blessed To Be A Blessing Support Home How to Give Parent s Hub Alumni Georgia GOAL Tax Credit STRONG ROCK CHEERLEADING 2015 2016 Varsity Football Cheerleaders 2015 2016 Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders 2015 2016 Academy Cheerleaders Cheer Tryout Material K 4 Cheerleading Football Cheer Varsity Head Coach Lisa Crawford Academy Head Coach Chandler Brown Basketball Cheer Varsity and Academy Head Coach Chandler Brown Athletics Home Baseball Basketball Boys Basketball Girls Cheerleading Cross Country Equestrian Team Football Golf Shooting Team Soccer Boys Soccer Girls Softball Tennis Track Volleyball Wrestling Search Events High School Musical Drama Performance High School Performances Academy Performances April 29th 7 00 PM April 28 7 00 PM April 30th 7 00 PM April 30 1 00 PM Tickets are now on sale Pre Sale Tickets 8 Door Tickets 10 Click

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