Elementary

Build a Solid Foundation

At Sevenstar we know a solid foundation during the elementary years ensures that your student will have all the right tools for success through high school and beyond. 

Middle School

Discover Your Student's Interest

It’s exploration time! With Sevenstar’s solid core courses and a variety of electives, your student can begin to discover interests without sacrificing academics.

High School

Finish Academically Strong

Core credits are easy to meet and the transcript is not a concern with Sevenstar’s approach.Your high school student can explore interests and passions with confidence. 

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Sevenstar Course Descriptions

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Sevenstar Course List

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Sevenstar Courses

flexible

The flexible, asynchronous model allows students to start each course when they are ready and work at their own pace. 

ACCREDITED

Every academic course not only meets general national and state standards, they are also approved by both the NCAA and UC. 

RIGOROUS

Designed to prepare students for college, Sevenstar courses are academically challenging and include AP and dual credit options.

Elementary Courses

Our courses are facilitated by certified, Christian educators who provide age-appropriate, 1:1 support through instructor/student conferences. There is not a set time or schedule for students to meet online with a class. Students work independently through rich, interactive curriculum that is biblically integrated and offers participation in various academic activities to master learning objectives.

Computer-Based Learning Activities

Listen to audio clips, watch entertaining videos, read lessons, engage with interactives, and sign up for instructor conferences.

Hands-on Learning Activities

Reinforce learning with handwritten worksheets, printable coloring & matching assignments, and engaging projects and experiments.

Weekly Commitment

Most core academic courses require 3-5 hours with 2-4 assignments per week. Electives require 1 hour with 1 assignment per week.

Parent Engagement

  • Monitor student progress daily.
  • Help with course navigation.
  • Participate in student/instructor conferences.
  • Provide guidance with weekly lessons.
  • Support learning objectives for content mastery.

Flexible Schedule

  • Families select the start and end dates for the courses.
  • Each student works at his or her own pace.
  • Each assignment has a target due date to help with pacing and a flexible schedule.
  • Choose to use our instructors or your teachers to facilitate courses.

Available Courses

English / Language Arts

The elementary English language arts (ELA) courses provide students with a rigorous and comprehensive study of foundational reading skills and comprehension strategies, writing, grammar, and speaking and listening skills. These courses introduce students to God’s love and commandments through Bible stories and short, direct studies of select Bible verses. Students learn the purpose of God’s Word and
explore various Bible translations as they study specific Bible verses.

Mathematics

The elementary math courses inspire students to become critical thinkers and problem solvers who recognize the importance of God’s guidance for solving problems in all areas of life. Learners use math as a tool to make sense of and understand the world around them. Students are taught to identify the patterns of God’s creation, as well as biblical patterns for living.

Science

The elementary science courses spark curiosity in students and build a solid foundation in concepts across many types of sciences, including earth science, life science, and physical science, while establishing God as both the creator and the sustainer of all creation. A framework of active student learning supports and allows students to explore biblical topics such as the characteristics of Christian life, God’s provision for earthly needs, the Ten Commandments, and God’s creativity and intimacy in the design of human beings.

Social Studies

The elementary social studies courses help students to develop a firm understanding of important concepts and skills related to history, geography, and economics, as well as explore and appreciate the diversity of God’s people. Students learn how to treat others with kindness and love, biblical commands to take care of the poor and needy, and the relationship between freedom and responsibility.

Technology

The elementary technology courses will expose students, within developmentally appropriate stages, to concepts such as problem solving and algorithms, security/ privacy/copyright, computer programming basics, and keyboarding skills. Students also explore biblical perspectives on technology and social media and learn how to honor God in these areas. The technology suite integrates standards from health and language arts with topics about safety and health, bullying/cyberbullying, and how being Christlike can help students to be responsible digital citizens.

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Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth Grade

Fifth Grade

Talk to a Sevenstar Specialist

Want to learn more or have questions about your student’s needs? Talk to one of our specialists who can develop a customize academic experience for your student. 

Middle School Courses

Our academically challenging middle school courses provide students with a solid core of language arts, math, science, and history as well as Bible and a range of electives. Each course is facilitated by a certified Christian educator and is structured according to Sevenstar’s flexible asynchronous model. Students work independently while maintaining access to instructors for grading and support. 

Online Course Interaction

Text instruction combined with online access to interaction from certified instructors ensures that students have the accountability and guidance they need to finish strong.

Wide Range of Electives

Students can combine solid academics with exploration of interests through elective courses. Options include world languages, critical thinking, fine arts, health, technology, and more

Weekly Commitment

Most core academic courses require 3-5 hours with 2-4 assignments per week. Electives require 1 hour with 1 assignment per week.

Develop Responsibility

  • Learn to keep a steady pace to complete assignments in a timely manner. 
  • Maintain interaction with instructors through an online system.
  • Demonstrate mastery of course material.
  • Work independently while also learning when to seek help. 

Flexible Schedule

  • Families select start and end dates for each course. 
  • Each student works at his or her own pace. 
  • Learning objectives and assignment due dates promote solid pacing.
  • Instructor-student interaction is available based on student scheduling and needs.

Available Courses

English / Language Arts

The middle school language arts courses teach students to use literature to develop the reading, writing, language, and speaking/listening skills necessary for success in college, career, and beyond. Built on Sevenstar’s trademark biblical integration model, students learn to process literature through a biblical perspective while also learning to interact with that literature through evaluation, response, and writing assignments.

Mathematics

Middle school math takes a practical approach to math concepts, teaching students how math applies to real world applications. This approach not only allows students to understand the usefulness of mathematical concepts but also teaches them to better appreciate God’s world based on their growing understanding of how math serves as the foundation of many concepts throughout creation. 

Science

Middle school students will process through a solid overview of science with the three-course middle school science system. Each course processes through concepts in physical, life, and earth-space science, with all concepts being viewed through a Christian worldview. Scientific theories, including both creationism and evolution, are explored, helping students learn how to process through and differentiate between concepts.

Bible

Designed to be completed in any order, middle school Bible courses provide an overview of biblical literacy and interpretation, an exploration of the life of Christ, and an introduction to apologetics. These practical courses help students learn how to process the Bible, apply its teaching to their own lives, and present what has been learned through writing and discussion. 

History / Social Studies

During the middle school years, students get to hone in on three targeted areas of study: ancient history, US history, and civics. Each course encourages middle schoolers to look at how God has been active in history and how they can learn from that activity and respond as good citizens in their communities, nation, and world today. 

World Languages

Middle school language learning is all about Spanish! Students not only have the opportunity to begin to learn how to listen to, read, and speak Spanish, they will also explore the great cultural diversity found among Spanish-speaking people groups around the world. All of the language and cultural training are grounded in a spiritual growth context as well. 

Electives

Middle school is a great time to explore a wide range of interests. With options ranging from fine arts and technology to health, critical thinking, and career exploration, the middle school electives selections provide the opportunity to consider a variety of interests. 

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Sixth Grade

Seventh Grade

Eight Grade

Electives

Why families believe we have the best homeschool curriculum!

“I am glad that I made the decision to attend Sevenstar. Now, as I’m about to head into Oklahoma Baptist University on a full-tuition scholarship to pursue my dream of becoming a software engineer, I feel so much more prepared.”
 
Christian – Graduate of Sevenstar
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Ginger – Parent

High School Courses

High school students need academically challenging courses, a wide range of opportunities, and the ability to earn advanced college credit if desired. Sevenstar Academy’s high school program offers all of these in a flexible asynchronous model that allows students to work around employment, extracurricular activities, family needs, and more. Students work at their own pace, interacting with certified instructors to ensure a rigorous curriculum that will prepare them for college, career, and life. 

Advanced Placement

Sevenstar’s AP courses are College Board certified to ensure that students can prepare well for participation in advanced placement examinations.

Credit Recovery

Many core academic courses are available in a credit recovery option to allow students to retake a failed course or improve their overall GPA.

Dual Enrollment

Students can simultaneously earn high school and college credits through Sevenstar’s affordable dual enrollment courses.

Develop Autonomy

  • Students complete work independently, learning to keep up with a schedule and meet deadlines.
  • Courses fit into a flexible schedule, allowing for employment and extracurricular involvement.
  • Students can pursue a wide range of interests through electives, AP, and dual enrollment options.

Flexible Schedule

  • Students can set their own start date.
  • The asynchronous model allows students to work at their own pace. 
  • Students have up to six months to complete half credit courses and one year to complete full credit courses. 
  • Course delay, pause, and extension options provide even greater flexibility when unexpected delays arise.

Available Courses

English

The high school English program teaches students to not only process literature for the sake of communication, but also for evaluating the basics of human life and thought.

Credit recovery courses are available for all four years of high school. Students may also pursue AP English Language & Composition and AP English Literature & Composition.

Mathematics

Students can enjoy a variety of high school math options, including the standard Algebra 1 & 2 and geometry courses as well as consumer math, liberal arts math, honors pre-calculus, and AP Calculus AB.

Credit recovery courses are available for Algebra 1 & 2.

Science

Taught from a Christian worldview, Sevenstar offers a wide range of high school science courses, designed to ensure that students can earn the necessary physical and life science credits while still pursuing preferred interests.

Credit recovery options are available for biology and chemistry, and students interested in advanced placement can take AP Biology.

Bible

High school Bible courses help students hone in on making their beliefs their own. Old and New Testament Survey courses provide an understanding of the Bible in connection with both historical and modern culture. Additional courses covering apologetics, doctrine, biblical worldview, and faith-based decision making further help students understand how the Bible, a biblical worldview, and a personal Christian faith intersect with life in this modern culture.

History / Social Studies

High school history and social studies equip students to better understand and engage with the world around them in a God honoring way. Courses include US and world history as well as world geography and studies in economics, government, and current global customs and cultures.

Credit recovery is available for US and world history, US government, and economics. Students seeking AP credit can pursue US and modern world history, US government and politics, and a variety of economics and fine arts courses related to history.

World Languages
Students can lay a solid foundation for connecting with primary world cultures through studies in American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German, and Spanish. Students interested in careers that are more classical in nature can pursue Latin as their language of choice. All language courses include cultural exploration to help strengthen an overall grasp of the people groups connected to each language.
Electives

Sevenstar Academy’s electives options offer students a wide range of opportunities for exploring interests and strengthening skills. Students can pursue test preparation, technology and design, speech, social sciences, creative writing, forensic science, health, leadership, and more. AP courses in economics, computer science, statistics, and art history can also be pursued as electives credit.

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