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Guidance
 
By the end of summer before 12th grade begins students should:
Read as much as possible.
Review college literature.
  • Confirm college application deadlines where you plan to apply.
  • Take the SAT and ACT.
  • Visit colleges on your shortlist and make appointments with administration.
  • Complete application portfolios.
  • Register for OCA's college-prep classes.
  • Sign-up for extracurricular activities/clubs.
By the end of 1st-semester 12th grade students should:
  • Apply for potential colleges.
  • Take the SAT and ACT.
  • Continue prepping to CLEP.
  • Confirm Bright Futures.
  • Focus on potential scholarships.
  • Complete the FAFSA.
  • Continue to earn community service hours.
By the end of 2nd-semester 12th grade students should:
  • Apply for scholarships.
  • Decide on a college.
  • Complete community service hours.
  • Graduate from OCA!
12th Grade
Overview
In their final year high school, our Seniors culminate their high school career by focusing on required courses, bolstering any potential academic weak spots, and using our elective academies to consider potential career paths- whatever the Lord might call them to in order to impact the world for Him- whether that means college, military, vocational school, or employment.
 
Bible 
Seniors utilize the Biblical Worldviews curriculum provided by Bob Jones curriculum to examine the sciences, the arts, government, gender, and history through a biblical lens to make a positive and distinctly Christian contribution to wherever and whatever the Lord calls them.
 
English
In twelfth grade, students focus on culminating what has been learned in previous grades to write college-ready academic papers; they also review the literary concepts learned prior to understand how an author's choices in wording and structure impact the meaning, tone, and style of the text.
 
Math
Seniors that take Intermediate algebra concentrate on operations with real numbers, graphs of functions, domain and range of functions, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations with an  emphasis on problem-solving. 
 
Science
Through the study of anatomy, seniors develop a knowledge of the biological systems in the human body, their intricacies, and their interrelationships to each other.  In advanced biology, students will form connections between different concepts in biology as well as formulate a hypothesis to address a scientific problem, test for a hypothesis, and logically analyze the results of experiments.
 
Government & Economics
In Government, students are prepared to be informed and empowered citizens with a biblical perspective of our government. They also study the complexity of our system of government through examination of foundational primary sources.  In economics, students are introduced to key principles of economics from daily purchases to the stock market and its complexities.  They specifically focus on budgeting, banking, debt, credit, interest, and bigger issues that relate to the national economic systems and its policies.
 
 
By the end of 12th grade, students will:
 
 
Bible 
  • Be able to identify the six major worldviews from our textbooks
  • Be able to compare Christian faith the faith of competing worldviews
  • Be able to identify their own worldview
  • Have a basic understanding of the Theologies of the six major worldviews specifically 
  • focused on Christianity, Postmodernism, and Islam and express this understanding in a written essay
  • Have a basic understanding of Creation, Fall, Redemption in a Biblical context
  • Be able to express and compare their core beliefs with the beliefs of the other major worldviews
 
English
  • Use language correctly and purposefully to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Understand the knowledge of reading comprehension through literature and short stories
  • Write two academic essays in which they demonstrate their understanding of writing as a series of tasks, including finding, evaluating, analyzing sources, and as a process that involves planning, drafting, revising, and editing
  • Understand how an author's choices in wording and structure impact the meaning, tone, and style of the text
  • Employ communication skills and engage in discussion in an analytical and creative manner
Intermediate Algebra
  • Apply deductive and inductive reasoning to create proofs that justify theorems
  • Create constructions illustrating key geometric concepts
  • Identify, classify, and investigate geometric figures in space
  • Determining congruencey and similarity between figures
  • Classify and explore the geometric characteristics of quadrilaterals
  • Calculate lengths, areas, and volumes of two- and three- dimensional figures
  • Investigate, describe, and apply the characteristics of various transformations
  • Apply trigonometric ratios to find unknown measures of triangles
Advanced Biology
  • Formulate a hypothesis to address a scientific problem
  • Design a test for a hypothesis
  • Logically and mathematically analyze the results of experiments
  • Form connections between different concepts in biology

 

Anatomy
  • Pose scientific queries
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the structures present within the human body
  • Identify the and understand the interworkings of the main systems within the human body
  • Summarize the functions and interrelationships of the structures within the body
Government & Economics
  • Understand the Constitution and the foundation of the US government
  • Understand the civil liberties and rights given to each citizen
  • Understand the differences between national, state, and local government
  • Understand public policy and comparative government
  • Understand the fundamental concepts of economics
  • Understand economic scarcity, trade-offs, & needs and wants
  • Understand the function of economic systems & economic performance
  • Understand capitalism and free enterprise
  • Understand the differences between microeconomics & macroeconomics

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