High School Classes
The Apologia curriculum and supplemental content of the classes will help prepare students to excel in college sciences! After completing one of our courses, many students have successfully earned college credit through CLEP and SAT II exams. If courses are completed as directed, students can fulfill high school science with lab credits!


NEW CLASSES! We now offer combined classes for families with both Middle and High School students! Click here for more information!



Physical Science
32 weeks
$300
9th Grade

The course discusses such topics as the unifying concepts and processes of science, the structure and properties of matter, metric conversions, the chemical composition of air, the atmosphere, the chemical composition of water, the hydrosphere, the structure of the earth, the catastrophic plate tectonics model, weather, environmentalism, the physics of motion, Newton's Laws, entropy and conservation of energy, gravity, electromagnetic forces, atomic structure and forces, chemical reactions, radioactive forces, the nature of sound and light waves, stellar evolution, and an introduction to astrophysics. It builds the relationship between science, technology, society and real life.
(Approximately 45 minutes per day of homework)

This course will include supplemental Biblical Scientific Creation Model content.

If the student completes the assigned work to parent's satisfaction, this course should be recorded as Physical Science with Lab credit. For lab credit with online courses, students must complete full lab write ups for the experiments, as specified on the syllabus.

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Required Textbooks:
(Textbooks and test manuals are sold separately)
Apologia Exploring Creation with Physical Science 2nd Edition Textbook (ISBN: 9781932012774)
Solutions and Test Manual (ISBN: 9781932012781)
Supplemental reading as described in the syllabus (Download provided with the course)
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Biology
32 weeks
$300
10th Grade

This is a college-prep biology course that provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general biology. Heavily emphasizing the vocabulary of biology and word roots, it provides the student with a strong background in the scientific method, the five-kingdom classification scheme, microscopy, biochemistry, cellular biology, molecular and Mendelian genetics, the creation model of origins, the evolutionary model of origins, dissections, and ecosystems. It also provides a complete survey of the five kingdoms in Creation. This course will prepare students to excel in college Biology.
(Approximately 45 minutes per day of homework)

This course will include supplemental Biblical Scientific Creation Model content.

If the student completes the assigned work to the parent's satisfaction, this course should be recorded as Biology with Lab credit. For lab credit with online courses, students must complete full lab write ups for the experiments, as specified on the syllabus.

Can't get enough of Catie? Watch the videos again! Each weekly lecture will remain available to you for 90 days after you first view it!

Required Textbooks:
(Textbooks and test manuals are sold separately)
Apologia Exploring Creation with Biology 2nd Edition Textbook (ISBN: 9781932012545)
Solutions and Test Manual (ISBN:9781932012552)
Supplemental reading as described in the syllabus (Download provided with the course)
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Chemistry
32 weeks
$300
Pre-requisite Algebra 1

In order to be able to understand this text, the student needs to have completed algebra I. This course is designed to be a first-year high school chemistry course and gives the student a rigorous foundation in chemistry, in order to prepare him or her for a college-level course. The course covers the nature of science, the classification, structure, and changes in matter, atomic theory, significant figures, units, the periodic table, chemical bonding, formulas, reactions, balanced equations, the mole concept, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics, acids and bases, redox reactions, solutions, atomic structure, Lewis structures, molecular geometry, the gas laws, and equilibrium. This course will prepare students to excel in college Chemistry.
(Approximately 1 hour per day of homework)

As a bonus, at the end of the course, your student will have access to a two week overview of the Biblical Scientific Creation Model. This module is not required for Chemistry credit, but it is our gift to you.

If the student completes the assigned work to the parent's satisfaction, this course should be recorded as Chemistry with Lab credit. For lab credit with online courses, students must complete full lab write ups for the experiments, as specified on the syllabus.

Can't get enough of Catie? Watch the videos again! Each weekly lecture will remain available to you for 90 days after you first view it!

Required Textbooks:
(Textbooks and test manuals are sold separately)
Apologia Exploring Creation with Chemistry 2nd Edition Textbook (ISBN: 9781932012262)
Solutions and Test Manual (ISBN: 9781932012279)
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Biblical Nutrition (Health)
4 weeks
$30
10th-12th Grades

This will be a very brief look at the interesting subject of Biblical Nutrition. We will explore ways that may help us prevent cancer, diabetes, heart disease, etc. by following the instructions given to us in God's Word.

Warning: the contents of this course will change the way your family eats!

Please Note: As this course is only four weeks long, it does not qualify your student for a High School credit. As such, we have included a list of suggested reading material to fulfill the rest of the requirements for either a half or whole credit.

Can't get enough of Catie? Watch the videos again! Each weekly lecture will remain available to you for 30 days after you first view it!

Required Textbooks:
(Textbooks are sold separately)
What the Bible Says About Healthy Living by Dr. Rex Russell
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Creation Apologetics
12 weeks
$50
10th-12th Grades

This high school level science course will provide the opportunity for your student to explore the answers to some very hard questions Christians have to face in our secular society today. They will be prepared to protect and defend their faith against controversial issues pertaining to science and the Bible that face while pursuing higher education. Students will use a compilation of articles to become familiar with material in preparation for viewing the class. It is our prayer that this course will build your students' faith as well equip them to better share their faith with others.
If your student completes the assigned work to your satisfaction, 1/2 of a Science credit may be awarded.
(Approximately 1 hour per day of homework)

Subjects to be covered will include:
  • Foundations of the creation controversy
  • Competing Christian views
  • Radiometric dating techniques
  • Colophons and perspectives
  • The Fall and genetic re-engineering
  • Flood geology vs uniformitarianism
  • Catastrophic plate tectonics
  • The geologic column and geologic time
  • Fossil evidence
  • Grand Canyon formation
  • Mt St Helen's evidences
  • The Post Flood Ice Age
  • The Tower of Babel, Races and Ancient Man
  • Dinosaurs in the Bible and recent history
  • Starlight and Time
  • Overview of the structure of the universe, galaxies, planets, and introductory information on cosmology
  • Age of the universe and distant starlight
  • Problems with the big bang hypothesis
  • The unique nature of the earth
  • Alleged evolutionary relationships
  • Reproducing after created Kind, speciation, and natural selection
  • Evolution and the phylogenic tree
  • Icons of evolution
  • Intelligent Design

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Required Textbooks:
All reading will be provided with the "Online Class Sessions."
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Florida Science: An Environmental Science Adventure
32 weeks
$300
10-12th Grade

This is a great environmental science study for students anywhere, while taking an adventure with us in the Sunshine State! This course will explore Florida animals, plants, flowers, trees, geography, geology, climate, weather, and is a good introduction to the science of ecology. Using the richly illustrated secular textbook Priceless Florida, this will be a great opportunity for the students to learn how to translate evolutionary interpretations into a Biblical worldview. Floridians will understand and appreciate their home state in a whole new way.
(Depending on the reading level of your student, approximately 1 hour of homework per day).

"Online Class Sessions" often exceed 1 hour, as this course is more in depth then any of the other "Florida Science" courses.

A list of suggested field trips is offered for your family to enhance your Sunshine State Science adventure! Online fieldtrips and activities are assigned to further the student's experience (we recommend that parents accompany students with all internet activities).

Labs are not performed in the "Online Class Sessions". For lab credit the student must complete the suggested labs and lab write ups, as specified on the lab syllabus.

Can't get enough of Catie? Watch the videos again! Each weekly lecture will remain available to you for 90 days after you first view it!

We now offer this class for families with both Middle and High School students in a combined format! Click here for more information!

Required Textbooks:
(Textbooks are sold separately)
Priceless Florida: Natural Ecosystems and Native Species (ISBN 9781561643080)
Florida Science Workbook written by Catie Frates (Download provided with the course)
Florida Waters by South Florida Water Management District (Download provided with course)
Additional Articles, Study guides, and Tests (Download provided with the course)
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Marine Biology and Florida Waters
32 weeks
$300
10-12th Grade
Prerequisite: High School Biology

Join us for an exciting adventure exploring marine wildlife and their habitats. Students will become acquainted with microscopic organisms that make life in the ocean possible, including details about their interesting habits and life cycles. Dissections of larger organisms include clams, starfish, and sharks. We will explore how these creatures and their physical surroundings form marine ecosystems such as intertidal zones, estuaries, coral reefs, continental shelf, epipelagic, and deep-ocean communities. This course focuses on how these subjects apply to Florida whenever possible. This is a high school science with lab class so there are many experiments which will need to be properly written up as instructed in the syllabus for a complete Marine Biology with Lab credit. This adventure is designed for students that have already completed first year Biology.

Required Textbooks:
(Textbooks are sold separately)
Apologia Exploring Creation with Marine Biology Textbook (ISBN: 1932012591)
Solutions and Test Manual (ISBN: 1932012591)
Priceless Florida by Ellie Whitney and Bruce Means (ISBN: 1561643084)

*Note: Priceless Florida is no longer being published as it has been split into three volumes.

If you are unable to obtain Priceless Florida, please purchase the following two volumes:
Florida’s Waters by Ellie Whitney and D. Bruce Means & Anne Rudloe (ISBN 978156164-8689)
Florida’s Wetlands by Ellie Whitney and D. Bruce Means and Anne Rudloe (ISBN 9781561646876)
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