Logic Level Classes
Logic 1 – generally comparable to 6th grade
Logic 2 – generally comparable to 7th grade
Logic 3 – generally comparable to 8th grade
TWO LOGIC-LEVEL programs will be available beginning with our 2013-14 school year. We will have a Monday-Wednesday program that mirrors our Tuesday-Thursday program. We cannot accommodate all the students who wish to enroll in our Tues-Thursday classes, hence the need for a second program. Initially we will have Logic levels on Mon-Wed; as those students matriculate into Rhetoric, we will be able to open a second Rhetoric program on Mon-Wed as well. At present our Rhetoric classes are small and do not require a second program.
Parents of new students who do not have siblings in one of the other levels (Grammar or Rhetoric) will need to enroll in the Mon-Wed program, as space is very limited in Tues-Thurs program and almost at capacity with families who have children in Logic levels as well as Grammar or Rhetoric. Email Leslie Kent for more information: email@example.com.
Overview of Course Sequence for Logic Levels
Logic 1 – Course 1 Math; a 6th-grade level course. Students who do not test into this level OR who use a different math curriculum may study independently in Study Hall.
Logic 2 – Course 2 Math; a 7th-grade Pre-Algebra course. Students who do not test into this level OR who use a different curriculum may study independently in Study Hall.
Logic 3 – Course 3 Math, the ‘next step’ in Pre-Algebra (used in 8th grade in full-time schools).
Logic 1 – Human Body and Life Science
Logic 2 – Earth Science and Foundations in Design.
Logic 3 – Physical Science (pre-Chemistry, pre-Physics).
All science and math courses are aligned with Texas and national standards.
HUMANITIES 1: History, Geography, and Literature (from or about the time period)
Logic 1 – Ancients to Middle Ages (5000 BC – 1200AD)
Logic 2 – Late Middle Ages to Early Modern Era (1200 – 1700)
Logic 3 – Modern Era and US History (1700 – present)
Logic 1 – Writing – introduction to IEW Method; Grammar work at home.
Logic 2 – Writing – further development of writing skills using IEW approach and materials; Grammar work at home.
Logic 3 – Writing – final ‘polishing’ of essay-writing skills before Rhetoric levels. Grammar review at home if needed.
Parents will need to provide the following, as desired:
Language Arts – Additional Vocabulary/Spelling work
Fine Arts – music, art, drama/theatre