Parent/Student Handbook 2014-15
We have recently updated our language arts requirements to better allow our students to succeed. Read about it here. This document also includes suggestions for how to meet these requirements by taking Mount Sophia classes.
While strong academics is a good preparation for high school, there are other skills that are equally necessary. These are skills that will be used throughout life. Time management: It is important for a student to start taking responsibility for their work starting in middle school. This should happen on a gradual basis. One idea […]
The following students participated in the ACSI Fine Arts Festival with Mount Sophia Academy: Devin Hunter – First place, Superior ranking, Contemporary Christian Vocal Solo Brynley Lammers – First place, Superior ranking, Classical Vocal Solo Julia Marks/Nathan Rose – First place, Superior ranking, Small Instrumental Ensemble Ali McKearin – First place, Superior ranking, Image Capture […]
You might be the parent of a middle school homeschooled student, or your student might be entering high school soon. You are wondering whether your student is prepared for the academic rigors of high school. Let’s look at each of the core subjects to see what comprises readiness. LANGUAGE ARTS Reading: By high school your […]
Another good year for Mt. Sophia in the Poetry Out Loud Competition. Rebecca Pereira was the representative for Mount Sophia and made it into the top six. John Duquette was our runner-up in our school competition.
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Saturday, December 7, 2014. Brynley Lammers advanced to finals in the NATS Delaware Music Competition, held at the University of Delaware, where she placed 2nd overall in the Women’s High School Classical Music Category for the State of Delaware. She is the alternate for the NATS Eastern Regional Competition. Matthew Polenzani, world-famous tenor, watched the […]