Rhetoric School Curriculum

   Grade 9
Grade 10  Grade 11  Grade 12 
Bible and
Theolog
y
 Spiritual
 Formation
 
Bible and Church
 through the Ages

 Christianity
in the U.S.
Apologetics
Humane
Letters
 · Medieval History
 · Medieval Literature
· Rhetoric I
 · European History 
· European Literature 
· Rhetoric II
·  American History
· American Literature
· Rhetoric III
· Political Philosophy  and Government
· Senior Capstone Literature
· Senior Thesis
Languages    Latin III
 Latin IV
Latin V or
Greek I or Modern I
Greek II
or Modern II

   Mathematics    Geometry
 Advanced
Algebra
 Pre-Calculus  Calculus
   
Science  

           
 Biology  Chemistry  Physics
 Elective
Art  Art History and Appreciation, Artistic Skills Development
Drama  Drama History and Appreciation, Dramatic Skills Development 
Music  Music History and Appreciation, Music Theory, Vocal Training
 Physical
 Education
 Individual Skills, Team Sports
Sample
Electives* 
 Military History, School Newspaper, Painting, Drawing, Drama, Culinary Arts, Poetry, Etiquette,
Self-Defense, Conversational Chinese, Computer Programming
 AP Credit
Opportunities
Rhetoric students who complete the 4 years of coursework at Covenant
will have the potential to score well on the following AP exams:
Calculus AB, English Literature and Composition,  
English Language and Composition, European History, US History, Latin

* Electives offered based upon enrollment

Students must complete Intermediate Logic.  This course is offered in the Logic School in Grade 8.  If a student enters the Rhetoric School without having completed Intermediate Logic, special arrangements will be made to provide the course to the student in the Rhetoric School.