Courses & Schedule
Spring 2023 Academic Semester
DORIS L. MORROW ACADEMY
Mondays & Wednesdays : 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Description: Number sense, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Description: Pre-Algebra, you will learn about and explore topics including integers, order of operations, algebraic expressions, one and two-step equations, proportions, percent's, probability, geometry, and linear equations.
Fridays: 10:00 AM - 10: AM
By Appointment - Description: Fridays are optional for full-time students. Students may make an appointment to get extra support on math lessons learned during the week or make-up math assignments.
Basic ELA Skills
Description: Students learn decoding, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, sentence construction & cohesion, and reading comprehension.
Middle School English
Description: This class will provide students with a fundamental understanding of literature, essay writing, and poetry. Additionally, this class is meant to instill passion and excitement for great works of literature with the hopes of inspiring them to write, read, and continue the evolution of their literary journey.
Description: Students will learn the beauty of the English language while studying short stories, non-fiction, poetry, drama, and novels. Students will also learn grammar usage, and standard forms of American English by working through historical documents and other writings. Our activities will incorporate reading, writing, oral communication, and language.
Description: Students will learn to expand their imagination to communicate their unique stories and visions. We will explore a variety of different genres including the beauty of the English language while studying short stories, non-fiction, poetry, drama, and novels. Students will also learn grammar usage, and standard forms of American English by working through historical documents and other writings. Our activities will incorporate reading, writing, oral communication, and language.
My Vote Matters: Civics 101 Description: Student gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become an informed and prepared civic-minded individual in this great democracy of the United States of America.
Life Science (MS)
Description: The course will cover the organization of life, cell structure and function, DNA structure and heredity, biodiversity, evolution, and ecology.
World History & Geography
Ancient Civilizations 6 AB - Description: Students begin their examination of the world by exploring the location, place, and spatial organization of the world’s major regions.
Life Science (HS)
Description: Students will be able to: make connections between the various branches of science, basic science, and metric system.
Life Science Lab (MS/HS)
Description: Students will do hands on activities and experiments that relate to the Life Science lessons students learn in class.
Intro to Entrepreneurship
Description: Students gain the tools and mindset to bring their own business ideas to life. Along the way, they are awakened to new interests and exposed to career paths while building critical skills.