9th Grade Enrollment

$990.00

Step 1

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CLASS Plan vs Family Plan

CLASS Plan

CLASS Plan enrollments are for those who want all the advantages of homeschooling, plus the benefits of being enrolled a nationally recognized, accredited school that prepares their children for college and beyond.

Family Plan

Family Plan enrollments are for those who want total independence, but also want peace of mind knowing that they have the right materials to give their children the education that will prepare them for college and beyond. You can learn more about the difference between the CLASS and Family Plans here:

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CLASS or Family Plan
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Testing Help

Christian Liberty Homeschool offers two different standardized achievement/placement tests—The California Achievement Test (CAT) (paper and online versions, starting at grade 2( and the TestPoint Placement Test—which we use primarily for determining the best curriculum. In most cases, we find the achievement test to be a better fit for students enrolling into our school. For more information, see achievement test versus placement test.

Students enrolling in grades 2-12 who were not enrolled with us for the immediately preceding grade level are required to be tested prior to curriculum development. Re-enrolling students may choose to be pre-tested, but are not required to do so. If you do not want pre-testing, a paper California Achievement Test (unless you opt for the online version) will be included with your curriculum materials, to be completed at your convenience. The TestPoint Placement Test cannot be used for re-enrolling students.

Note: If you choose to take an online standardized test, it will take 1–2 business days before the test can be administered. After your enrollment is processed, you will be notified via email with website information about taking the test.

If your student recently used Christian Liberty's Independent Testing Service, you may use that test for the enrollment (and qualify for a refund of the cost of that test) if:

  1. An achievement/placement test is required for this enrollment (i.e., the student was not enrolled with us for the grade level immediately preceding this one);
  2. The test completed was taken within the last six months;
  3. The test completed was for the grade level in which your student is currently enrolling.
If your student recently completed a different achievement test and you wish to use it with this enrollment, see Standardized Testing on our CLASS Homeschools website.

Pre-Test: If you would like your re-enrolling student pre-tested prior to curriculum development, then choose "Yes." We will send you the California Achievement Test you selected in "Testing" (TestPoint cannot be used for re-enrollments). Your enrollment will be held until after the test has been completed and returned.

New students and those not enrolled with us for the immediately preceding grade level are automatically pre-tested prior to curriculum development.

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Standardized Testing Information
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Course Preferences

If you are new to homeschooling or simply unfamiliar with the variety of course materials available, you may choose to have Christian Liberty select all of the courses for your student. However, if you have a particular preference in one or more subject areas, you may provide us with your preferred choices.

If you choose the latter option, you are not required to list a preference for every subject area. For those subjects in which you are unfamiliar, you can always select "I want Christian Liberty to choose" (pre-selected as the default). For subjects where no option is available, courses have been pre-selected.

NOTE: Although we will attempt to honor all preferences you make, we reserve the right to modify your course choices if we believe they are ill-suited due to achievement/placement test scores, previous course assignments, and/or other comments. If this occurs, you may appeal the decision by contacting us. Curriculum adjustments can be made, even after the materials have been shipped.

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Course Preferences
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Theological Studies Options

Christian Liberty requires a minimum of 1 theological studies course for each year enrolled. With the exception of the Independent Bible course, all courses are 1 credit and count toward the 20 credit graduation requirement.

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Bible

Courses that focus on teaching what the Bible says.

Journey Through the Bible Book 1

Journey Through the Bible Book 2

Journey Through the Bible Book 3

Theology

Courses that apply Bible knowledge toward a study of God and His nature.

The Attributes of God Prerequisites required.

Church History

Study of the history of the church through the ages.

The Church in History

Remedial

Bible courses designed for high school students who struggle with reading and/or comprehension.

Ephesians: A Study Manual

Studying God's Word Book H

Independent Study

Independent Bible Meets grade level requirements, but does NOT count toward the 20 credit graduation requirement.

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English Grammar/Writing Options

Christian Liberty requires a minimum of 1 credit of English for each year enrolled. This includes 1/2 credit English grammar for 9th grade.

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Applications of Grammar 3

Grammar and Composition 3

Jensen's Grammar

Remedial Grammar

Grammar courses designed for high school students who struggle with grammatical skills.

Applications of Grammar 2

Grammar and Composition 2

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English Literature Options

In addition to the required 1/2 credit of grammar, Christian Liberty requires an additional 1/2 credit (minimum) to meet grade level requirements.

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

General Literature

Literature courses that focus on genres, cultures, and/or traditions.

Themes in Literature, 1st half

World Literature

Literature courses that focus on works from authors from around the world.

World Literature, 1st half

Remedial Literature

Literature courses designed for high school students who struggle with reading and/or comprehension.

Of Places Literature

Creative Writing

The Exciting World of Creative Writing

Success in Writing

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Literature Book Reports

One book report is required to complete the literature course.

To view a description and book preview, click on a course title below:

The Brethren

In Freedom's Cause

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Literature Book Reports

One book report is required to complete the literature course.

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The Odyssey

The Pilgrim's Progress

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Literature Book Reports

Two book reports are required to complete the literature course. If you choose less than 2, Christian Liberty will select the remaining to complete this requirement.

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David Livingstone: Man of Prayer & Action

Robert E. Lee, the Christian

Spurgeon: Heir of the Puritans

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Mathematics Options

Christian Liberty requires a minimum of 2 credits of mathematics (including 1 credit Algebra 1) in order to graduate. These requirements are met in the first years of high school. Students who have successfully completed Algebra 1 prior to high school are still required to take at least 2 years of math; if higher level math is needed to meet this requirement, the fees associated with a higher level course are waived (9th grade only).

Until students meet our Algebra 1 requirement, all courses assigned will be oriented toward meeting this goal (even if it takes longer than 2 years).

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Pre-Algebra

Saxon Algebra 1/2

Algebra 1

Abeka Algebra 1

Saxon Algebra 1

Algebra 2

Saxon Algebra 2 "B" or better in Saxon Algebra 1 (or a "B" or better in both another algebra 1 course and geometry) are required to take this course.

Geometry

Geometry Proof of successful completion of Algebra 1 required to take this course.

Plane Geometry Proof of successful completion of Algebra 1 required to take this course.

Remedial Math

Mathematics courses designed for high school students who have not yet attained proficiency in pre-algebra or have struggled with the more rigorous Saxon Algebra 1.

SaxonMath 87 with PreAlgebra

Alternative Algebra (aka Painless Algebra)

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Science Options

Christian Liberty requires a 2 credits of science (including 1 credit Biology) in order to graduate. These requirements are met in the first years of high school.

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General Science

Intended primarily for high school students who struggle with reading and/or comprehension.

Science: Earth and Space

Physical Science

Exploring Creation with Physical Science

Science: Matter and Energy

Biology

Biology: A Search for Order in Complexity

Biology: God's Living Creation

Exploring Creation with Biology

Astronomy

Lift Up Your Eyes on High

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Heritage Studies Options

Christian Liberty requires a minimum of 1 credit (5 credits throughout high school) of heritage studies (history, geography, government, economics, etc.) for each year enrolled.

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Economics

Honest Money

Geography

Cultural Geography, 1st half

Cultural Geography, 2nd half Prerequisites required.

Government

American Government

God and Government, Part 1

God and Government, Part 2

God and Government, Part 3

Foundation for Freedom: A Study of the United States Constitution

World History

Streams of Civilization: Volume 1

Streams of Civilization: Volume 2

Other History

The Church in History

Exploring the History of Medicine

Remedial

Courses designed for high school students who struggle with reading and/or comprehension.

History of the World in Christian Perspective

The Land of Fair Play

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Physical Education, Art, and Music

All high school students are required to spend some time each week (for each year they are enrolled) in physical education, art, and music classes. In most cases, we do not provide materials for such courses; you must develop your own activities (some suggestions are listed below). No academic credit is awarded for these subjects, even though all three must be fulfilled before a grade level is considered complete.

Physical Education

Physical activities, such as organized sports, weight-lifting, aerobics, calisthenics, biking, and swimming are obvious ways to fulfill this requirement; however, reports or oral presentations to the family can also be used. In addition, consider studying the rules of a game or the techniques used when playing a sport. Other possibilities include instruction in first aid, sex education, health and nutrition, or even a study of the body's muscles and how they work.

Art

Creativity through art can be expressed in many ways, including (but not limited to): drawing, painting, sculpturing, woodworking, flower arranging, or decorative needlework. In addition to creating art, students can give reports or oral presentations to their family on a type of art, period of art history, or an artist. Visiting museums is also encouraged.

Music

Music creativity can be expressed through singing in the church choir, taking voice or instrument lessons, attending concerts, or spending time singing as a family. Students can also give reports or oral presentations to their family on a particular music area they have studied (such as a type of music, a period in music history, a composer, or a hymn writer).

Elective Options

You currently have the equivalent of 5 credits of coursework assigned for this grade level. For this grade level, you have the option to add up to 2 additional credits of courses from the options shown.

NOTE: If this is your first year enrolling with Christian Liberty, we suggest you sign up for no more than 1 elective at this time. You have the ability to add a 2nd course, even after you start the grade level (just contact us), but we recommend you get "a feel" for the demands of the curriculum before making that decision.

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Theological Studies Options

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Bible

Courses that focus on teaching what the Bible says.

Journey Through the Bible Book 1

Journey Through the Bible Book 2

Journey Through the Bible Book 3

Theology

Courses that apply Bible knowledge toward a study of God and his nature.

The Attributes of God Prerequisites required.

Church History

Study of the history of the church through the ages.

The Church in History

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English Literature Options

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

General Literature

Themes in Literature, 2nd half Prerequisites required.

World Literature

World Literature, 2nd half Prerequisites required.

Creative Writing

The Exciting World of Creative Writing

Success in Writing

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Literature Book Reports

One book report is required to complete the literature course.

To view a description and book preview, click on a course title below:

The Hiding Place

Pearl Maiden

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Literature Book Reports

One book report is required to complete the literature course.

To view a description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Don Quixote

King Lear

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Heritage Studies Options

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Economics

Honest Money

Geography

Cultural Geography, 2nd half Prerequisites required.

Government

God and Government, Part 1

God and Government, Part 2

God and Government, Part 3

Other History

The Church in History

Exploring the History of Medicine

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Foreign Language Options

To view a course description and book preview, click on a course title below:

Latin in the Christian Trivium, Volume 1

Latin in the Christian Trivium, Volume 2 Prerequisites required.

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Personal Enrichment Options

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Family Life

Christian Living in the Home

Fossils and Creation

Fossils that Speak Out

Home Economics

Family and Consumer Science

Elective Preferences

If your course load appears to be too heavy, we may choose to limit the number of electives assigned. By ranking the importance of your elective choices, you help us to include those most important to you.

If elective limits are imposed, you may appeal the decision by contacting us. Curriculum adjustments can be made, even after the materials have been shipped.
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Family & Student Details

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Separate Address

You might need a separate address for grades and test results is if you are shipping the curriculum to an address other than the address you wish to receive official correspondence to like grades and test results .

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Primary Address
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This address is where test results and all correspondence will be sent.

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Family Plan

Family Plan enrollments are for those who want total independence, but also want peace of mind knowing that they have the right materials to give their children the education that will prepare them for college and beyond.

CLASS Plan

CLASS Plan enrollments are for those who want all the advantages of homeschooling, plus the benefits of being enrolled a nationally recognized, accredited school that prepares their children for college and beyond.
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Weight 20.45 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 12 in

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