Hybrid Academy Curriculum
All About Reading
McGuffy Leveled Readers
Memoria Press Literature
All About Spelling
First Language Lessons
Fix It! Grammar
Writing With Ease
Teaching Writing: Structure and Style (IEW)
Handwriting without Tears (K-1st)
Introduction to Cursive- Universal Publishing (2nd)
Beginning Cursive- Universal Publishing (3rd)
Reinforcing Cursive - Universal Publishing (4th)
Mastering Cursive- Universal Publishing (5th)
Prescripts Cursive Words and Drawing (6th)
School Wide Monthly Focus
-Artist of the Month
-Musical Composer of the Month
Music / Theater
Children K-8th participate in a regular music class which includes both vocal and instrumental instruction (percussion). Skills taught include solfege, intonation, beat concept and rhythm recognition/execution. Students are also provided with musical and theatrical performance opportunities.
Children K-8th engage in regular picture studies (lessons in learning to observe and appreciate art) as well as various art projects throughout the school year. Additionally, families have the option to participate in regular docent led tours at the National Gallery of Art as scheduled by CHLG's curriculum coordinator, and/or a weekly after school art class provided onsite at CHLG.
Apologia Science: Exploring Creation Series (1st-6th)
Chemistry and Physics
Flying Creatures of the 5th Day
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Land Animals of the 6th Day
Swimming Creatures of the 5th Day
Apologia General Science (7th-8th)
Apologia Physical Science (7th-8th)
*NOTE: We complete one title each year, and several classes of Hybrid students work with the same text during a given year (1st-6th work with the same text, and 7th-8th work with the same text). This allows parents of multiple Hybrid students the opportunity to work with some of their children on the same basic science information, though expectations for engagement with the material differs depending on the grade level of the child.
Classical Acts and Facts History Cards (1st - 6th)
Story of The World Volumes 1-4 (1st - 6th)
The Middle Ages
Early Modern Times
The Modern Age
*NOTE: We complete one title each year, and several classes of Hybrid students work with the same text during a given year (1st-6th work with the same text, and 7th-8th work with the same text). This allows parents of multiple Hybrid students the opportunity to work with at least some of their children on the same basic history lessons, though expectations for engagement with the material differs depending on the grade level of the child.
Latin (Middle School, 5th-8th)
Latin Christiana- Memoria Press
Monthly Character (Fruit of the Spirit) Emphasis
Regular opportunities to discuss the Christian worldview in the
context of the various academic subject areas.