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J-Term 18

Dear Parents and Students,

The Jr./Sr. Faculty is so excited for J-Term 2018!  

We have revamped our course offerings this year and we are pleased with the eclectic range of options for our students.  J-term is a chance to explore, to be creative, and to engage in non-traditional learning.  All of our J-Term courses will be taught from a biblical worldview and will be challenging.

If you are in high school, I highly recommend that you look into the internship option.  The students last year had an awesome experience learning about their chosen careers. The experience really confirmed their desire to pursue a particular path.  Begin the process of seeking an internship soon!  I’m certain that you will not regret it!  

Sit down as a family and make wise choices about your J-Term course selection.  Take the courses that best fit your desires, not  your friends.  We are working hard to provide the best J-Term experience possible! 

In Christ,

J-TERM 18 CLASS REGISTRATION

Junior High // Senior High

(If you submitted early, you will need to go back in on the appropriate date to respond.)

 

SENIOR HIGH REGISTRATION DATES

SENIORS register for classes on Monday, November 6th
JUNIORS register for classes on Tuesday, November 7th
SOPHOMORES register for classes on Wednesday, November 8th
FRESHMEN register for classes on Thursday, November 9th

JUNIOR HIGH REGISTRATION DATES

8TH GRADE register for classes on Friday, November 10th
7TH GRADE register for classes on Monday, November 13th

 

J-TERM 18 INTERNSHIPS

Internships scheduled during our J-Term are a unique opportunity for our 9th-12th grades to observe and experience a working professional’s life for two weeks. This experience in the world of adult realities allows them to see the time lawyers do not spend in a courtroom, to discover the patience required to teach second grade or to observe the precision required to be an engineer or research scientist. These experiences can aid in major decisions the students are currently facing and more importantly in the discovery of how God has uniquely equipped them. Even internships that do not turn out as expected can be a valuable tool in the discovery process.
 
To participate in J-Term as an intern is a privilege that involves significant responsibility on the part of the student. Remember, the internship is a formally structured learning experience that starts before the first day “on the job”.
 
IMPORTANT INTERNSHIP DATES
 
Friday, November 17th - Internship Application Due
Friday, December 1st - Internship Contract & Host Information Due
$10 Non-Refundable Host Fee
Due Friday, January 19th - Presentation to faculty, peers and parents
 
INTERNSHIP COORDINATOR
 
Troy Current
Guidance Counselor
614-497-3456