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Grades 6-12

Listed below is an explanation and listing of every subject and its content for grade levels 6th to 12th in the ACE curriculum. This information has been taken from the materials provided to us and is ACE's overview of their curriculum and its content.

6th grade curriculum content 

6th grade curriculum content

Math

The student engages in a comprehensive review of basic math concepts; completes detailed examples in interactive instruction; expands knowledge of fractions and decimals; studies the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents; builds thinking, reasoning, and problem-solving skills; and develops skills in pre-algebra and geometry. The student is actively involved, whether learning new concepts or practicing applications. Concepts are presented logically and completely, which allows the student to achieve mastery.

English

The student continues to study grammar concepts and develop skills in sentence diagramming. Special emphasis is placed on sentence patterns, clauses, and types of sentences. The material reviews punctuation, outlining, letter writing, paragraph structure, and writing. The student learns to express herself clearly and must apply principles of composition learned earlier.

Social Studies

The student studies history from Adam through the Great Awakening. The course includes an introduction to Bible, early church, and Reformation leaders.

Science

More details and in-depth studies of subject matter previously presented includes: chemistry, light and electricity, as well as magnets and magnetism. Students also study the central nervous system, skeletal and muscular systems, internal organs, and the germ theory of disease.

Word Building

The student learns 65 spelling words in each PACE as she obtains skills with the dictionary. Among these words are homonyms, words with more than one definition, and easily confused words. The student learns to identify root words and how suffixes show tenses.

Literature and Creative Writing

As the student completes Level 6, she reads The Fugitive King, Christians with Courage, Alexi's Secret Mission, Grandpa's Christmas Gift, Little Pilgrim's Progress, and Treasures of the Snow. In conjunction with this reading, the student practices many new and useful writing skills. From literary illustrations, the student is guided to use various literary devices and write original paragraphs of summary, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, fact and opinion, exposition, description, persuasion, and narration. They student also understands how such paragraphs develop into larger literary works and then uses these different formats in writing essays. Biographies and autobiographies, along with the writing of news stories, are also part of this course.

Physical Education (PE)

The student develops motor skills in areas such as: throwing, catching, running, dodging, spatail relationships, and basic mobility skills. Participation in team sports allows the student to develop social skills, problem-solving mechanisms, and team building concepts. The student is introduced to the five components of physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility.

Currently, 6th grade students do not earn credit for PE, but participate in the PE class.

7th grade curriculum content 

7th grade curriculum content

Math

The student achieves mastery in:

  • Reading, writing, and working with whole and mixed numbers, integers, and common fractions.
  • Learns the proper mathematical vocabulary such as dividend, multipliation, product, simplification, quotient, numerator, and denominator; how to change fractions and decimals to percent; and how to find the number when a percent is known.
  • Is introduced to business and consumer arithmetic, profit and loss, commission, discounts, bills and receipts, and invoices with discounts.
  • Discovers business methods needed to function at home such as keeping cash and household accounts, budgets, insurance, and the reading of gas and electric meters.
  • Learns about banking such as savings and checking accounts, deposits, interest, and loans.

English

The student continues to work to identify, review, and diagram simple, compound, and complex sentence patterns. They review principal parts of regular and irregular verbs. Verb study involves perfect tenses as well as conjugation of the six tenses. Progressive verb forms, troublesome verbs, transitive and intransitive verbs are studied as well. Noun and pronoun study becomes more intense. Infinitives, participles, and gerunds are introduced. Writing skills are expanded through sentence variety, outlining, paragraph and composition writing, and proofreading.

Social Studies

This career course provides an excellent overview of major career and ministry opportunities. The student learns the gifts and skills needed, as well as the educational requirements expected, for each lifework goal. This course focuses on encouraging the student to find God's will for her life, follow His leading, and be a Godly testimony in their chosen profession or God-called ministry. The second half of social studies is state history.

Science

Life science PACEs introduce and prepare students for more advanced biology. The student learns about the habitats and characteristics of plants and animals along with ecology and God's balance in nature. The interrelationships between organisms are discussed. The attributes essential to life are seen in relationship to the Bible and biblical Creation.

Word Building

The students learns 65 spelling words in each PACE as she learns to use the dictionary as a study tool. Among these words are homonyms, Greek root words, heteronyms, and words with prefixes and suffixes. Wise sayings that illustrate spelling rules are used throughout each PACE. Students learn syllable division rules as well as how to recognize accented and stressed syllables.

Electives

Physical Education (PE)

The student develops motor skills in areas such as: throwing, catching, running, dodging, spatial relationships, and basic mobility skills. Participation in team sports allows the student to develop social skills, problem-solving mechanisms, and team building concepts. The student is introduced to the five components of physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility.

Currently, 7th grade students do not earn credit for PE, but participate in the PE class.

Basic Literature

Study guides are issued in conjunction with odd-numbered English PACEs. The study guides include comprehension questions, a test, and a composition assignment for each book in the series. The six required resources are George Mueller, D. L. Moody: Greatest Evangelist of the 19th Century, Through Gates of Splendor, By Searching, and The Swiss Family Robinson.

CHOOSEARTTM

A biblical art curriculum for grades 2-7! CHOOSEART was developed by a supervisor experienced in the ACE program and adapts easily to the home school situation. CHOOSEART explores the elements of art: line, shape, color, texture, form, space, and pattern. Series I, available now for Grades 1-4, includes 32 one-hour lessons. Series II, first unit available now for Grades 5-7, includes 32 lessons. Each unit is designed around a scriptural theme. Student booklets contain assignments, vocabulary, and quizzes.

8th grade curriculum content 

8th grade curriculum content

Math

The student achieves mastery in:

  • Using formulas.
  • Solving equations.
  • Finding volume and surface areas of solid figures, prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres.
  • Basic geometry and geometric vocabulary, points, finding height.
  • Tables and graphs: their preparation and use.
  • Use of Pythagorean Theorem by using right triangles to find height and distance and finding hypotenuse of a right triangle.
  • Square roots.
  • Use of positive and negative numbers.

Application of learned knowledge comes through a more advanced study of banking, tax investments, mortgages, real estate (land and buildings), stocks and bonds, federal and sales taxes, and insurance (premiums and policies).

English

Sentence patterns and parts continue to be emphasized. Action and linking verbs are reviewed as well as verb tenses, conjugations, and progressive form, and the emphatic mood. Diagramming concentrates on pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositional phrases, and sentence patterns. The student continues to develop writing skills, which include topic sentences, outlining, and paragraph development. She learns to recognize sentence fragments and run-on sentences and is guided in writing several short biographical sketches.

Social Studies

What was it like to be a sailor on one of Columbus' ships, to be a slave during the War Between the States, or to be the first man to step onto the surface of the moon? History seems to come alive with the "You are there" vignettes in this course. Historical facts are presented in a way that personally involves the student in the exciting events in American history. Understanding of the subject matter is enhanced with time lines, maps, and activity questions that require an understanding of the concepts and interpretation, as well as memorization of facts.

Science

These earth science PACEs introduce specific areas of study such as astronomy, volcanology, topography, oceanography, meteorology, and mineralogy with proofs of the Creation. Students learn about the perfection of God's design for the universe. Weather science is a fascinating study as part of this curriculum.

Word Building

The student learns 65 spelling words in each PACE as she learns to use the dictionary as a study tool. Among these words are homonyms, antonyms, commonly misspelled words, Greek word parts, and the words of Spanish and French origin. Wise sayings that illustrate spelling rules are used throughout each PACE.

Electives

Physical Education (PE)

The student develops motor skills in areas such as: throwing, catching, running, dodging, spatial relationships, and basic mobility skills. Participation in team sports allows the student to develop social skills, problem-solving mechanisms, and team building concepts. The student is introduced to the five components of physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility. 

Currently, 8th grade students do not earn credit for PE, but participate in the PE class.

Basic Literature

These study guides are issued in conjunction with odd-numbered English PACEs. The study guides include comprehension questions, a test, and a composition assignment for each book in the series. The six required resources are God's Adventurer; Little One, Maid of Israel, When Science Fails, Abraham Lincoln, Ann of Ava, and In His Steps.

CHOOSEARTTM

A biblical art curriculum for Grades 2-7!  CHOOSEART was developed by a supervisor experienced in the ACE program and adapts easily to the home school situation. CHOOSEART explores the elements of art: line, shape, color, texture, form, space, and pattern. Series I, available now for Grades 1-4, includes 32 one-hour lessons. Series II, first unit available now for Grades 5-7, includes 32 lessons. Each unit is designed around a scriptural theme. Student booklets contain assignments, vocabulary, and quizzes.

9th grade curriculum content 

9th grade curriculum content

Algebra I

Basic algebraic concepts are introduced in a carefully structured way in order to make the learning material understandable. This curriculum includes principles for logically solving, transposing, and canceling algebraic equations. The student works with:

  • Monomial and polynomial expressions.
  • Algebraic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
  • Factoring, quadratic equations, positive and negative numbers, averages, percents, interest, ratios, and proportions.

English I

In this course the student learns about the history of the English language. She is challenged by the comprehensive review of grammar, which includes emphasis on basic sentence patterns and the eight parts of speech, a review and practice of punctuation and capitalization, and also verb conjugations. Writing skills are again emphasized as students are encouraged to think analytically and to write with clarity. This grade includes an in-depth study of two literature books: The Swiss Family Robinson and Twice Freed. Basic Literature 9 is available for optional use with this course.

World Geography

Can you find Djibouti on a world map? What is the climate like in Afghanistan? What are the primary geographical features of Australia? How have the continents of Europe and Asia changed since the fall of communism? The answers to these questions, and much more, can be found in this world geography course. Included are:

  • Reading, drawing, and interpretation of various kinds of maps and a continent-by-continent study of geography.
  • An exciting MAP MANIA, double-page world political map, and single-page climate and topographical maps.

Biology

When God created our earth, He filled it with a vast array of living creatures. This course explores the wonders of that living creation. Included are studies of birds, mammals, fish, amphibians, reptiles, sponges, coelenterates, mollusks, echinoderms, worms, arthropods, plants, and microorganisms. A study of the human body includes the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, and endocrine systems. Genetics and embryology are incorporated into the study of the human reproductive system. Innovative biology DVDs are state of the art using full motion, colorful graphics, and lab experiments. These DVDs allow the student to earn a biology lab credit. 

Etymology (Word Building)

This course leads the student to an understanding of word origins. It also demonstrates the value in knowing those origins. There is an emphasis on learning the spellings, meanings, and functions of words. Practice exercises show the student how to avoid wordiness and how to be precise in the choice and use of words.

Electives

Each high school student should add 1-2 elective courses in Grade 9.  Here are some suggested electives:

  • New Testament Survey. A course designed to introduce the student to the penman, the place, the period, the problem, the peculiarities, the purpose, and the plan of each book. This course contains a special project the student must do before she can complete the Test.
  • Health (1/2 Credit). Health issues of vital concern to the well-being of the body are covered in this course. Material includes:  basic information about the human body, its functions and limitations, malnutrition, nutrition and the well-balanced diet, exercise and physical fitness, CPR(cardio pulmonary resuscitation), first aid and safety, health hazards, cancer, heart disease, and AIDS.
  • General Business (1 credit). A study introducing upper-level high school students to the world of business: markets, consumer studies, advertising, corporations and industries, careers in business, production, labor, federal control, international business, banking, and finance.
  • Basic Literature 9 (1/2 credit). In completing this course, the student gets a sampling of the classics as well as more modern literature. With each book, she completes a study guide of questions and writes an appropriate essay.
  • Music (1/2 credit). This six-PACE course can be a tremendous teaching tool for music teachers and church or school choir directors. The student is introduced to various kinds of instruments and is taught how to read music, find notes on a keyboard, and learn to recognize notes, key signatures, and time signatures. The final PACE, Developing an Appreciation for Music, presents biographies of well-known composers and requires two audio CDs with one or more selections by each composer. The students is tested on her ability to recognize theme music from some of the selections.
  • Physical Education (PE) (1/2 credit per high school year). The student develops motor skills in areas such as: throwing, catching, running, dodging, spatial relationships, and basic mobility skills. Participation in team sports allows the student to develop social skills, problem-solving mechanisms and team building concepts. The student is introduced to the five components of physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility.
10th grade curriculum content 

10th grade curriculum content

Geometry

How were the ancient Greeks able to calculate the circumference of the Earth over two thousand years ago? They used geometry. How many teens can logically come up with the answers to the problems they face from day to day? This course:

  • Develops the deductive reasoning powers of the student.
  • Reviews previously learned material.
  • Introduces new concepts.
  • The student learns:
  • Properties and theorems and how to use them for solving problems.
  • To reason logically and systematically.

English II

The student gets experience in several areas of writing. This course begins with intensive study and by writing the four kinds of paragraphs. The student then moves to biography and autobiography, with a detailed reading and study of God's Tribesman and The Hiding Place to provide examples. The course also includes poetic forms and poetry appreciation, but the student especially enjoys and is challenged by the study of various types of newspaper articles and techniques for writing them. Also included is practical application of library skills: how to locate and use the fiction section, reference books, and the Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature. Grammar is again an integral part of this course, and special emphasis is placed on correct sentence structure and noun and verb functions (including verbal phrases).

World History

World history from Creation to the present is viewed from a biblical perspective. The view includes ancient civilizations, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, colonialism, the age of revolution, spiritual awakenings, and the missionary outreach.

Physical Science

The physical science course presents, in clear and understandable language, an introduction to chemistry and physics. After finishing the course, the student has a better understanding of science, and a college-bound student has a good foundation for more rigorous chemistry and physics courses. The first PACE has a pop-out section that includes a periodic table of the elements and rules for solving problems. Each PACE includes a reusable text pac and a consumable activity pac. Each PACE contains a short story interspersed between sections of the text. Each story deals with a particular problem faced by many of today's teens. The character, in the process of solving a problem, applies scriptural principles and demonstrates character development. Physical science DVDs enhance student understanding through lab experiments, graphics, and state-of-the-art quality. The DVDs allow the student to earn a physical science Lab credit. Prerequisite: Algebra I

Electives

Each high school student should add two elective courses in Grade 10.

Here are some suggested electives:

  • Foreign Language/Rosetta Stone (2 credits). ACE is pleased to offer twenty-seven foreign languages through Rosetta Stone, a computer-based program. Rosetta Stone is one of the world's foremost authorities on foreign language study. The program is built to cater to any student's learning style, be it auditory, visual, or kinetic. Each Level 1 course consists of eight units. Each four units are worth one credit, and upon completion of all eight units, the student will earn two credits in the language. Each Level 2 course consists of eleven units. The first five units are worth one credit, and the last six units will earn the student a second credit. 
  • Typing.                                           
  • Speech (1/2 credit). The basics of effective speaking are covered in this course with such fundamentals as: stage presence, diaphragmatic breathing, articulation, effective gestures, and inflection. The achievement of vocal purity, variety in pitch, pronunciation, and the best choice of vocabulary makes up this PACE course. Included is training in facial expressions, correct posture, and eye contact. The student is instructed in how to deal with stage fright, how to convert nervous tension into positive energy, and how to relax and express emotion and enthusiasm. So that an individual can approach an audience with confidence, she is shown how to mark a script, provided with tips on memorization skills, and also given rehearsal tips and self-evaluation help. Students learn how to apply what they have been taught in the PACEs through the presentation of speeches.
  • Advanced Art (1 credit). Advanced studies in art that increase the student's appreciation for art with an emphasis on the symbols, shapes, observation and perspective, light and shade, variety and mood, color, the drawing of people and clothes, landscapes, lettering, and layouts.
  • Computer Literacy. This is a special online course called ACE Connect. The student completes different tracks in one of the following: Office 2000, Office XP/ 2000, Office 2003, or Office 2000/2001 for Mac. Tech Tracks provide structured sets of courses to help students gain knowledge in one or more subjects.
  • Physical Education (PE) (1/2 credit per high school year). The student develops motor skills in areas such as: throwing, catching, running, dodging, spatial relationships, and basic mobility skills. Participation in team sports allows the student to develop social skills, problem-solving mechanisms and team building concepts. The student is introduced to the five components of physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility.
11th grade curriculum content 

11th grade curriculum content

Algebra II

This advanced study in algebra includes:

  • Parabolas, hyperbolas, permutations, logarithms, and matrices.
  • The student learns to operate with:
  • Radicals, fractions, and equations.
  • Arithmetic and geometric sequences.

The approach is practical, enabling the student to use her reasoning abilities. The program effectively equips the student with necessary knowledge to excel in the real world.

English III (American Literature)

How has America's history affected its literature? Students find out as they follow the chronological presentation of American literature in this course. Included are Christian writers whose works are not found in most other American literature courses. Students learn how to evaluate an author's philosophy and style. Appropriate writing activities provide challenging experiences in various writing genres. Each unit incorporates a review of grammar. Emphasis and detailed instruction is given in essay writing. Research paper preparation is explained and visualized as a step-by-step process.

American History

An appreciation for biblical influence develops as the student views American history from the Colonial period to the present. Beginning with discovery of the New World, the study includes the War for Independence, the Jackson era, the War Between the States, the two World Wars, America's foreign relations after World War II, the Cold War, space exploration, Civil Rights, the United Nations, Watergate, and the awakening which continued on from 1970.

Chemistry

The students is given a solid introduction to the science of chemistry. All units view the material from a biblical perspective and provide necessary helps. This course covers:

  • Organic and inorganic chemistry.
  • Periodic table of the elements.
  • Biochemistry.
  • Properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.
  • Molecular bonding.
  • Chemical equilibrium.
  • Chemical reactions.
  • Thermodynamics.
  • Gas laws.
  • Acids and bases.
  • Electrochemistry.
  • Quantitative and qualitative analysis.
  • Nuclear chemistry.
  • Balancing of chemical equations.
  • Chemistry DVDs allow a student to also earn a chemistry lab credit.

Electives

Each high school student should add two elective courses in Grade 11.Here are some suggested electives:

  • Life of Christ (1 credit). Written on the senior high school level, this course will greatly increase the student's understanding of the Gospels. As she studies the background of the Gospels, the world as it was in Christ's day, the Jews (their characteristics and habits) and aspects of Christ's life, ministry, death, and resurrection, she gains insights that will enhance her personal walk with the Savior.
  • Computer elective.
  • Physical Education (PE) (1/2 credit per high school year). The student develops motor skills in areas such as: throwing, catching, running, dodging, spatial relationships, and basic mobility skills. Participation in team sports allows the student to develop social skills, problem-solving mechanisms and team building concepts. The student is introduced to the five components of physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility.
12th grade curriculum content 

12th grade curriculum content

Trigonometry is not a required course, but it is available.

The ACE trigonometry course is a six-PACE, interactive-learning experience for the student. Through the use of a graphing calculator, the student is able to solve realistic problems about our universe.

English IV (English Literature)

The twelve PACEs provide examples and analysis of the best literature from various writers and literary periods of British literature. The student learns how to evaluate a writer's style and technique and find reading of classical works enriching and enlightening. Along with reading comes opportunity for self-expression as the student writes summaries, comparisons, contrasts, sketches, and evaluations. Grammar is an integral part of the course with thorough review of parts of speech, sentence structure, and proper usage. Most unique is that the text for grammar exercises provides the biblical perspective of life principles. Writing skills are covered along with basics of speech preparation and presentation.

US Civics/Economics

Does a student realize she has a responsibility toward their government? Does she know enough about her government to take part in its processes? This course will help prepare the student by providing a study of the historical foundations of our government. US Civics consists of six full-color, reusable text pacs and six consumable activity pacs. No resource books are necessary. (1/2 credit). 

Accelerated Christian Education has created a 1/2 credit Economics course that introduces the student to the biblical foundations for the study of economic systems. Throughout the course, the importance of biblical ideals and values in the marketplace are emphasized.

Physics

The basics of physics are practical, interesting, and understandable in this completely self-contained course. Full of illustrations and applications, the course covers:

  • Measurements and mathematics.
  • Radiation and nuclear energy.
  • Force and motion.
  • Electrochemistry.
  • Momentum and energy.
  • Magnetism and electrical circuits.
  • States of matter.
  • Light and electricity.
  • Gas laws.
  • Optics and optical instruments.
  • Heat and kinetic theory.
  • Wave motion and sound.
  • Physics DVDs offer an opportunity to earn a physics lab course credit.   

Electives

Each high school student should add two elective courses in Grade 12. Here are some suggested electives:

  • Christian Growth (1/2 credit). These PACEs introduce the student to books by leading Christian authors on aspects of living a triumphant Christian life. Books used with the PACEs provide examples and practical, realistic information that is motivational as well as inspirational.
  • Business Math (1 credit). A broad review of general math sets the stage for a study that helps the student apply learned skills to various practical situations in the home and business world. The student masters concepts such as checkbook reconciliation, budget preparation, calculation of discounts, and insurance acquisition.
  • Collectivism (1/2 credit). Traces the history of collectivism, starting with the revolt of Satan and the subsequent fall of man. It concludes with a detailed look at the major twentieth-century "isms." The study is designed to give the student an awareness of the humanistic aspects of "ism" ideologies from a biblical point of view.
  • Physical Education (PE) (1/2 credit per high school year). The student develops motor skills in areas such as: throwing, catching, running, dodging, spatial relationships, and basic mobility skills. Participation in team sports allows the student to develop social skills, problem-solving mechanisms and work on team building concepts. The student is introduced to the five components of physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility.
vocational curriculum content 

Vocational curriculum for 9th-12th grades

The curriculum developed for grades 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th is used for the vocational diploma. Four years of math, English, science, and social studies are required along with the electives of health, New Testament, computer literacy, speech, music, keyboarding, etymology, and two credits of PE. The curriculum content has already been listed above for these electives.

9th grade vocational work = 6th grade curriculum for English, math, science, and social studies and the curriculum content is already listed above. The names for the subjects will change for the high school transcript and are listed: English 9, Applied Math II, Introduction to World History, and Introduction to Physical Science.

10th grade vocational work = 7th grade curriculum for English, math, science, and social studies and the curriculum content is already listed above. The names for the subjects will change for the high school transcript and are listed: English 10, Consumer Math, Life Science, State History credit, and Career Studies credit.

11th grade vocational work = 8th grade curriculum for English, math, science, and social studies and the curriculum content is already listed above. The names for the subjects will change for the high school transcript and are listed: English 11, Pre-Algebra, Earth Science, and Introduction to American History.

12th grade vocational work = 9th grade curriculum for English, math, science, and social studies and the curriculum content is already listed above. The name for English I will change to English 12 and the other courses will stay the same. If a student is not capable of Algebra I, a student would have started taking math on the 5th grade level (instead of the 6th grade level), and this math would have started in 9th grade and would have been called Applied Math I. The curriculum for Applied Math I is listed below.

Applied math I is 5th grade level:

Concepts covered are division with two-digit divisors; multiplication of three-digit numbers; addition, subtraction, and multiplication of fractions; decimals through thousandths' place; use of key words in solving word problems; English and metric measurements; and addition, subtraction, and multiplication of dollars and cents.

            A student can take the higher level courses in any subject area if she chooses to, but it will still be considered a vocational diploma if all the courses for a general diploma or college prep diploma are not met.

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