Trinity Hall: TSCS For Homeschoolers

At The Saint Constantine School, we know that parents are the primary educators of their children. That’s why we offer every class and extracurricular opportunity on an individual basis, as space permits. Our block schedule means that you can enroll your child in a variety of classes, including fully-accredited, university level dual-credit classes, meeting one to three days per week. Additionally, our youth choir program, art classes, theater group, and music lessons offered on campus are all available to you to enrich your homeschool experience and provide your students with a community of friends and mentors. Just fill out our application, and schedule an appointment to register for the courses that best fit your family.

See below for a complete listing of our 2016-2017 courses, and then call the office at 302-751-2713 to make an appointment for registration.

Every Trinity Hall class is taught by a professional teacher with over 300 hours of personal experience in classical education.

TRINITY HALL K-5th GRADE
HOMESCHOOL ENRICHMENT

Classes meet every Tuesday and Thursday at the Saint Constantine Campus. The program can be registered for as a full day package or as individual classes. Contact us for pricing and details.

An Introduction to Music (K-2)
Lydia Holt
8:15-9:30am, $800 per year
This class is now full.
Our littlest students will learn the foundations of music in a fun, interactive, and engaging way. Students will learn about notes, rhythm, song, and rhyme and how to make music together. Students take a short break mid-way through to play outside with their new friends.
Arts & Crafts (K-2)
Michael Antuzzi
10:55-12:10pm, $800 per year
This class is now full.
Class starts with a snack break and social time for students who have been in the previous classes. Encouraging creative exploration, the K-1 Arts & Crafts class allows students to explore and play with different artistic mediums. While the focus is on free-play and discovery, students will also learn some basic art concepts and terminology, and gentle drawing instruction and art appreciation will be incorporated as appropriate. Art lessons may incorporate themes from nature study and history in conjunction with the 2-5 art class.
Integrated Art Exploration: Nature Drawing & Art History (grades 3-5)
Michael Antuzzi
1:00pm-2:15pm, $800 per year
Alternating between the two subjects, this art class will engage students in the creative process with various artistic mediums while honing skills of observation and knowledge of art and art history. Students will learn basic art concepts and vocabulary and will receive instruction in technique. On nature drawing days, students will practice drawing skills in conjunction with study of local flora and fauna. On art history days, students will study famous artists and their work before responding with creative projects of their own. Plenty of room will be given for individual expression and creative choice as students pull from their own experiences and observations.
Introduction to Music and Singing: Theory and Practice (grades 3-5)
Lydia Holt
10:55-12:10pm, $800 per year
Christianity has always been a faith in which we sing together. For thousands of years Christians of all ages have sung the same songs together, and it is important to us that our students are able to continue the tradition with understanding and beauty! In this class, students will begin to learn how to read music, how to understand why it works the way it does, and practice singing in a group.
Garden and Creation Care (K-5)
Elizabeth Lewis
9:35-10:50am, $400 per year
This class is now full.
Recognizing our human need to connect with nature and experience God’s creation directly in meaningful ways, we offer our Gardens class to provide children an opportunity learn about caring for cultivating nature. Nature immersion free-play complements nature study as students also learn to identify local flora and fauna. Students assist in planning and maintaining plots in our school gardens, gaining gardening knowledge and skills. Suitable outdoor clothing can be brought along to keep the student’s uniform a little cleaner, and closed toe shoes with socks are required.

TRINITY HALL 6-12th GRADE
MIDDLE SCHOOL

 M/W/F 

Science

  • Life Science, 8:15-9:30am (recommended for 6th and 7th grade), Mrs. Lewis
  • Physical Science, 2:20-3:35pm (recommended for 8th grade), Mr. Coleman

Math

  • Singapore Math 6A/B, 9:35-10:50am, Mr. Gilbert
  • Pre-Algebra, 1:00-2:15pm, Mrs. Lewis
  • Algebra I, 1:00-2:15pm, Mrs. Mueller

Foreign Language

  • Lingua Latin, 1:00-2:15pm (recommended for 6th grade), Mr. Martin
  • Wheelock’s Latin I, 9:35-10:50am (recommended for 7th and 8th grade), Mr. Martin

History

  • Ancient History, 10:55am-12:10pm (recommended for 6th and 7th grade), Mr. Mueller
  • American and Texas History, 10:55-12:10pm (recommended for 7th or 8th grade), Mr. Reynolds

Literature and Composition:

  • Intro to Great Texts and Composition A, 2:20-3:35pm (recommended for 6th and 7th grade), Mr. Mueller
  • Intro to Great Texts and Composition C, 8:15-9:30am (8th grade only), Mr. Mueller

T/TH Offerings

  • Special Topics in Literature: The Writings of JRR Tolkien, 8:15-9:30am, Mr. Reynolds
  • Fine Arts Studio, 9:35-10:50am, Mrs. Bartel
  • Music History and Theory, 1:00-2:15pm, Miss Holt
  • Youth Choir Practice, 2:20-3:35pm, Miss Holt
  • Theater Arts Class, 10:55am-12:10pm, Miss Meyncke


UPPER SCHOOL

M/W/F Offerings

Science

  • Biology, 10:55-12:10pm, Mr. Coleman
  • Chemistry, 1:00-2:15pm, Mr. Coleman
  • Physics, 9:35-10:50am, Mr. Coleman

Math

  • Algebra I, 1:00-2:15pm, Mrs. Mueller
  • Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry, 9:35-10:50am, Mrs. Johnson
  • Algebra II, 2:20-3:35pm, Mrs. Johnson
  • Trigonometry, 1:00-2:15pm, Mrs. Johnson
  • Calculus, 10:55-12:10pm, Mrs. Johnson

Foreign Language

  • French I, 8:15-9:30am, Mr. Martin
  • Wheelock’s Latin I, 9:35-10:50am, Mr. Martin

Dual Credit Great Texts (Integrated History and Literature)

Each class earns the student 2 high school credits and 3 transferable college credits from The King’s College.

  • Great Books I: Ancients and Romans, 2:20-3:35pm, Mr. Yee 
  • Great Books II: Early Christians and the Medievals, 9:35-10:50am, Mrs. Gilbert 
  • Great Books III: Moderns and Victorians, 10:55-12:10pm, Mr. Gilbert
  • Great Books IV: 19th and 20th Centuries, 1:00-2:15pm (11th and 12th grade only), Mr. Gilbert

Dual Credit Humanities Supplemental Classes

Each class earns the student 1 high school credit and 3 transferable college credits from The King’s College.

  • Aristotelian Logic, 1:00-2:15pm, Mr. Yee
  • Economics and Government, 10:55-12:10pm, Dr. Stacey
  • American History, 2:20-3:35pm, Dr. Stacey
  • Philosophy of Religion and Ethics Seminar, 2:20-3:35 (Graduating seniors only), Mr. Gilbert

T/TH Offerings

  • Special Topics in Literature: The Writings of JRR Tolkien, 8:15-9:30am, Mr. Reynolds
  • Special Topics in Writing: Creative Writing, 8:15-9:30am, Dr. Bartel
  • Fine Arts Studio, 9:35-10:50am, Mrs. Bartel
  • Music History and Theory, 1:00-2:15pm, Miss Holt
  • Youth Choir Practice, 2:20-3:35pm, Miss Holt
  • Theater Arts Class, 10:55am-12:10pm, Miss Meyncke

Fine art, theater, music, choir, and special topics tutorials are all available for your student on Tuesdays and Thursdays at The Saint Constantine School. For a current schedule, contact the office at 302-751-2713. 

To apply for any Trinity Hall Classes, start your Application here.

 

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