Classes offered from 12 - 4 time frame listed below
Biblical Worldview is a required class for all secondary students. Students will study scriptures that will help you look at yourself and others through a Biblical lens. You will learn to filter the way you view the world you live in through the teachings of the Bible.
For the 2022 school year we are using "The Chosen" curriculum this year along with a few supplemental activities and games.
Art is offered for all ages at Veritas. Secondary Art is the first opportunity students can choose to pursue their love of art or not. This class is always a fun mix of messy and challenging work. Students do not want to miss out on the beautiful art you will create this semester.
We are happy to welcome Mr. Floyd to our student teaching staff!!
Floyd will walk our students through concept design of a never before seen/considered world.
This class is going to be incredible!!
Class offered for 14-17 year old students
At Student request, this class is sure to be a hit. Join us for this fun class of knowledge.
Trivia is the name of the game but no matter your skill set or knowledge base, everyone is welcomed.
The goal of this class taught by Mr. Dean Witherington is to encourage and inform students on the path that future business owners might consider before investing their time and money.
Marketing, Potential Cost, Acquisition or Creation, Hiring, Work Habits, and Long Term Strategy are just a few topics this class will cover!
You don't want to miss this great opportunity to see how to start your own buisness.
Mrs. Moore has blessed our program with this Worship Sign class for several years . She will take the students through a worship song learning several signs for the song as well as worship signs that go with that song. You will not regret your time spent in this class. Students also perform the song they have learned during the end of semester performance.
Revolution Flags is a student favorite. Students learn different synchronized motions to a new song each semester. Students learn team work and dedication in this class. If you like loud, fast paced, fun, this is the class for you. Please know that in order to perfect the motions you will need to be practicing at home throughout the week. You can choose to rent flags, or purchase your own flags. Rental flags must be returned at the end of the semester. If you choose to purchase your flags, you can choose your flag color.
Class divided by age group and offered at different times:
Note: Veritas now has enough flags to cover flag rentals or you can buy your own set to keep for $80
Class Max: 20 students
Students will explore a variety of hands-on techniques for creating motion picture art using the stop action photographic process: including animating art, objects, and storytelling. Some basic fabrication, lighting, and photographic skills will also be covered, as well as the fundamentals of using stop motion software. The students will work together to tell and share a biblical story through the stop-motion program. Throughout the semester they will be challenged to utilize teamwork, creativity and problem solving to share their story in a unique stop motion process.
Do you want to know how to read a recipe?
What does tsp mean?
How do I measure something and make delicious food?
This is the class for you. Plus you get to eat yummy food!!
Who wouldn't want to take this class?
P.S. This class was so popular last semester we are offering it twice now. Happy cooking
Robotics is a class that is an interdisciplinary branch of computer science and engineering. This semester we will utilize the Lego Spike Prime kits as a platform to master skills like critical thinking, time management, creativity and problem solving. Students will develop ideas, execute them, and apply them in real life. It involves following directions, coding on computers as well as building actual robots. In an effort to make learning more engaging and entertaining, we will focus on different skills like following the Prime’s step by step guide, building a robot from looking at an image, racing robots and changing the coding to help achieve different goals. The students will work up to designing and presenting a robot that solves a mathematical equation faster than human, by the end of the semester.
Class offered twice for the two different age groups
PE is always a fun time for our students that are ready to get their energy out at the end of the day. The instructor will lead you though different games and exercises throughout the semester. And you will work on different skills. If you like to play and have a friendly competition between classmates then sign up for this class.
Pe is broken into two age groups this year and will be offered twice. Once for our younger students (11-13)
and once for our older students (14-18)
Note: Must have Tennis Shoes to participate in class
This teaching duo, Mrs. Martinosky and Ms. South, make cheer leading safe and fun. Working together as a team, staying positive and uplifting, and loving Christ, is the focus of this team of cheer leaders.
Note: Captain/co captain tryouts will be after school starts and requires 1 year of Veritas cheer to audition for this role.
Class Max of 20
Note: Liability waiver must be completed before practice is permitted.
Note: Must by cheer shirt for performance.
In short it is a way to give back to the program while learning skills of how to be a mentor and leader to younger students.
This is will be under a leadership member. Students will meet with a leadership member every week before being sent to class to try out their new skills with younger students.
In this class students will be dissecting 9 different animals throughout the semester. Each week we will examine a different species. Including: fetal pig, grass frog, earthworm, lubber grasshopper, crayfish, clam, perch, starfish, and grantia (sponge).
*Students will be required to participate each week in the dissection.
Lewis and Clark
Tag along with Lewis and Clark as they map uncharted territory, and fearlessly encounter the unknown.
We will use a variety of visual resources, read a louds, class discussion and outdoor exploration.