Description: This course will provide a solid review of foundational arithmetic skills and expand on math concepts taught in earlier grades. Students will gain an understanding of numbers and operations which will help them progress more quickly and confidently in higher level math courses. Topics covered will include whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, integers, measurement, probability and statistics, geometry, and more. Activities and games will be incorporated to encourage students to practice their math skills. The class will meet twice a week.
Required Text: BJU Fundamentals of Math Student Text - 2nd edition #218933 OR 515882
Copy fee: $20.00 (paid to Susan Tignor at Orientation or the first class attended)
Annual tuition: $480.00 ($48.00/month for 10 months, August-May or $54/month if prorated or on a 9-month payment plan)
ABOUT THE TEACHER
B.S. in Public Health
Julia is a former Bridge Academy student who was homeschooled from kindergarten through high school. She and her husband live in Chesterfield, Virginia, along with their one-year-old daughter, Kenzie. Julia knows what it takes to successfully homeschool, and she earned a full academic scholarship to college. In three years, Julia earned her degree from Liberty University, completing the requirements of the Honors Program and graduating summa cum laude. During her college years, she worked as an intern for the Communications Coordinator at Richmond City Health District. Additionally, she worked for Central Virginia Health District in the Population Health department. Julia has considerable experience in tutoring, editing, and working with children. She was an English major before switching her degree to Public Health. Julia loves academics and has a hard time picking her favorite subject. She is excited to be back at Bridge Academy, assisting homeschool families.