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Highlands Latin Paducah offers a one-day a week program for homeschoolers (3rd-8th Grade) on Mondays from 8:00 to 3:00. We also provide a full two-day program for Primary School (K-2nd Grade) and a two half-day program for Jr. Kindergarten (Pre-K). We are located in Broadway United Methodist Church at 701 Broadway, Paducah KY, 42001.
Classes include a Primary Program for K-2 and Latin, math, English, and classical studies for older students. If you are interested in additional classes or ages, please contact us at 502-966-9115 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classes start September 10th.
|K-2nd Grade (Two Half Day Program)|
|8:00-11:30||Jr. Kindergarten Program||$1200/yr|
|Books and Materials||$75/yr|
|K-2nd Grade (Full Two Day Program)|
|8:00-3:00||Phonics, Reading, Spelling, Printing, Cursive, Math, Latin Prayers & Songs, Recitation||$1800/yr|
|Books and Materials||$195/yr|
|3rd Grade & Up (One Day Program)|
|8:00-10:00||Latin (First Form Latin or Latina Christiana)||$295/yr|
|10:00-11:30||Classical Studies (D’Aulaires’ Greek Myths and Famous Men of Rome)||$245/yr|
|1:30-3:00||Math Drill & Practice||$245/yr|
|Books and Materials||$50/course|
To sign up for classes, use our Printable Enrollment Form or call 502-966-9115. Tuition may be paid annually or by semester. You may use the online form at the bottom of this page.
Latina Christiana I: This course is a basic introduction to Latin for young students. It is based on Memoria Press’s popular Latina Christiana I program that has been used by over 175,000 students across the nation and around the world. It is a simple, step-by-step Latin program that will give your student a solid grounding in fundamental Latin vocabulary and grammar through repetition and review. The course will include presentation of the material, vocabulary and grammar drills, and games and competition so the student attains a mastery at every level. (Grades 3-6)
First Form Latin I: This course is an introduction to Latin vocabulary and grammar for middle school level students. More challenging than Latina Christiana, First Form is based on the method of Latin that was used with elementary grades in the old classical curriculum which provided the foundation of language arts in schools until the beginning of the 20th century when many schools abandoned Latin. The course, based on Memoria Press’s popular First Form Latin program, offers a systematic introduction to Latin grammar that covers basic nouns, verbs, and adjectives in the basic forms in preparation for later translation. Presentation of material, vocabulary and grammar drills, as well as games and competition for mastery. (Grades 5-10)
Classical Studies: This class is based on the same classical studies curriculum that Highlands Latin School Louisville follows, successfully preparing students to read the great classics offered in our upper level classical studies. Students will study Greek mythology or Roman history over the course of one year for each subject – allowing students to immerse themselves in each particular culture, building a foundation that will go forward with them throughout their education. (Grades 3-8)
Middle School Math Drills: This class will teach your students arithmetical procedures up to long division with speed and accuracy. Using drills, competitive games, and other classroom interaction, your students will get their math facts down so that they can pursue more advanced mathematical procedures without having to stop and try to remember basic math facts. A solid grounding is needed in order for students to do well in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. This class will give it to them. (Grades 3-8)
Middle School English Literature: This class is based on the same English curriculum that Highlands Latin School Louisville follows, with a focus on the development of reading skills through the study of carefully chosen classic books. Reading requires an active, discriminating mind that is challenged to define, analyze, compare, and contrast. The focus here is on becoming an active reader. Coursework will emphasize vocabulary, spelling, comprehension, and composition skills. (Grades 3-8)