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Math Team Honors Math 7 with Pre-Algebra
    Year Course

    Grade 7
    Fee: *There will be fees associated with this class for tournament costs. Saturday tournament attendance is expected, and the schedule to be
    This fast-paced course is designed for students who desire the opportunity to take Math Team Algebra I in the 8th grade. Students will be
    taught the 7th and 8th grade math standards throughout the course and will be expected to attend weekend competitions. Concepts will include,
    but are not limited to, rational number operations, laws of exponents, multi-step equations, algebraic expressions, slope-intercept form, linear
    functions, Pythagorean Theorem, measurement, irregular and composite plane figures, data collection and analysis, and experimental and
    theoretical probability. Students who successfully complete this course will be prepared for Math Team Algebra I.

    Life Science 7
    Semester Course
    Grade 7
    This course focuses on life science. Students are encouraged to develop an appreciation of the importance of diversity of life, while
    simultaneously understanding the impact of their roles as individuals in the community of life. Some areas of study include characteristics of
    life, cell structure and processes, DNA, human body systems, Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance (genetics), and ecology.  The focus of this course
    prepares students for biology and other life science courses taken in high school. Students are involved in laboratory experiments for a deeper
    understanding of the concepts.

    9 Weeks Course
    Grade 7
    In this course students explore the role of citizens in the United States. The curriculum addresses representative democracy, law, personal
    economics, and civil responsibility.

    9 Weeks Course
    Grade 7
    In this course students increase their knowledge of the physical nature of the world and of the relationships between people and their
    environments. They also study geography in the context of economics, politics, and culture.

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