Electives

We offer a variety of electives to round out student skills and increase their knowledge in specific interests.
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2 semesters (non-high school credit)
$35.00
2 semesters - full high school credit (fine arts)
$45.00
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
2 semesters - full high school credit
$55.00
2 semesters - full high school credit
$55.00
one semester - half high school credit
$35.00
one semester - half high school credit
$35.00
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
2 semesters - full high school credit, formerly H150
$45.00
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
Penmanship (V702)
This totally complete program includes step-by-step instructions for writing the entire alphabet in cursive and proceeds, through much practice, to writing on notebook-ruled paper. This program is also uniquely flexible, allowing for its use in both individualized settings as well as traditional classrooms. LFBC Penmanship is designed for use in multiple grades to establish beautiful, legible handwriting for life.
2 semesters (non-high school credit)
$35.00
Principles of Music (V730)
LFBC is pleased to offer this thorough, balanced, positive approach to the subject of music. Through studying music history, music theory, and the aspects of music, students learn how right music has developed and are trained to understand why modern discordant, dissonant, and rock music is not honoring to the Lord Jesus Christ.
2 semesters - full high school credit (fine arts)
$45.00
Home Economics (V736)
The Home Economics course sets forth the thought that everything in the home should center on God and should be Christ-honoring. The course teaches the young lady how to become a competent homemaker, including lessons on cooking, sewing, child care, first aid, and many other practical areas of the home. This is a full credit course.
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
Computer Literacy (V741)
This course discusses the history of computing as well as the uses of computers. Special emphasis is placed on the personal computer. Students are given both theory and practical assignments. They are introduced to applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and communications. They are also introduced to basic concepts of programming. This is a full credit
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
Computer Keyboarding (V742)
This course teaches the student typing skills on the qwerty (standard) keyboard. It takes a basic approach, drilling each key for memorization, then builds up speed and accuracy. Students learn the entire keyboard, including the numeric keypad and the symbols.
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
Spanish I (V740)
Spanish I is designed to give the student an introduction to Spanish, and to help the student be able to present the plan of salvation to a Spanish speaking person. Comes with RVG Spanish Bible and two audio CDs.
2 semesters - full high school credit
$55.00
Spanish II (V750)
This Spanish II course is completion of Spanish I. It includes vocabulary, parts of speech, and practical uses of words, phrases, and sentences. It is illustrated and provides useful examples of Sunday School lessons, songs, and the plan of salvation. The last few chapters concentrate on the student being able to lead someone to Christ.
2 semesters - full high school credit
$55.00
Personal Development For Young Ladies (V738)
This course will benefit young ladies for the remainder of their lives. In fact, it will help make ladies out of girls if the material is studied, believed, and applied. Being a Christian affects every area of one's life; therefore, girls should use the Bible as their guide to courting, dressing, family relationships, etc. This is a half credit course.
one semester - half high school credit
$35.00
Personal Development For Young Men (V739)
This course will benefit young men for the remainder of their lives. In fact, it will help make men out of boys if the material is studied, believed, and applied. Being a Christian affects every area of one's life; therefore, young men should use the Bible as their guide to courting, dressing, family relationships, etc. This is a half credit course.
one semester - half high school credit
$35.00
Bible Elective - Romans, Corinthians, Galatians (B250)
Students read these books from their King James Bible and then read about the Scripture passages as a good Bible commentary. Each week has activities based on their reading of the New Testament books and includes Bible memorization assignments appropriate to the text.
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
History Elective - Baptist History (H250)
In the tradition of The Trail of Blood this study traces the history of Baptists from the New Testament, through the early church age, the Middle Ages, the Reformation, the Industrial Revolution, and into the modern era. Course includes the book, The Faithful Baptist Witness, by Dr. Phil Stringer.
2 semesters - full high school credit, formerly H150
$45.00
History Grade 11 - Culture War / Current Issues (H155)
In this course the author Dr. Phil Stringer exposes the truth about America’s movement away from the principles of Biblical Christianity upon which it was founded to the relativistic thinking of secular humanism. The Culture War in modern America is no accident, but a carefully orchestrated attack of Satan against the church, against individual Christians, against our Constitution, and against our religious liberties. Each week contains Bible memorization and thought questions, essays, and /or reports.
2 semesters - full high school credit
$45.00
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