Available courses

Begin learning Latin with Caecilius, Metella, Quintus, and Grumio, everyone's favorite.  This course lets you learn at your own pace through the Cambridge Latin Course, and provides a great introduction to the mother language of many of the most popular languages today.

Latin 2 marks the progression from our reading based format about Quintus and Salvius to the end of grammar.  By June, Latin 2 students will have learned all of the major parts of Latin grammar, to allow them to read authentic pieces of literature.

Latin 3 begins our first exposure to true Latin literature.  In this class, we will read selections from ancient authors such as Catullus, Ovid, Statius, and Vergil.  We may also read in translation works from Livy, Sophocles, Euripides, and Ovid.

In AP Latin, we read some of the greatest works of literature ever created:  the Aeneid, which chronicles the founding of Rome from Troy through the epic hero Aeneas, and the Gallic War, which details the conquest of Gaul by the famous Julius Caesar.

AP Physics I is an an algebra based physics class that covers Newtonian Mechanics (including rotational and angular momentum), work, energy, and power; mechanical waves and sound.  It will also introduce electric circuits.