WORLDVIEWS

Answering life’s critical questions with the ultimate source of truth

Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? What is reality? What is the meaning of life?

“For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen.” -Romans 11:36

Projects & Grading Policies

Grades will exclusively be earned through test grades and projects. A project will be assigned each quarter, and it will count as a test grade. Every test will include Bible memory verses that count for 25% of each test.

 

Fourth Quarter Project: Personal Budget

  •  Download the instructions here.
  • Due Date: Friday, October 12

Research Sources

These are examples of online sources or search engines that you can use to research and develop your projects in this class. You must use quality, legitimate sources for your research, and .com’s are rarely permissible. Start with these suggestions, but keep looking for more. There are plenty of good sources out there.

Family Facts – data provided by the Heritage Foundation

Encyclopedia Britannica online – the password is posted in the computer lab

Google Scholar – a good source for finding scholastic articles

Teachthought article – a listing of 100 search engines for academic research

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dPT9y4ay2zFyRdFDikCZ0n1QSYh_el23TceGwECsIMQ/edit?usp=sharing

Travis Moots, Ed.S.

It’s a delight for me to take a break each day from administrative duties and teach our HS seniors. The Lord blessed me with the opportunity to attend a Christian school as a child, and I hope to help other students benefit from the same spiritually, edifying experience my teachers provided for me. My wife Julie is a teacher in our school, and three of my four kids attend HCS (our fourth child has one year to go before he can attend K5). My favorite hobby is to play the piano; it’s a great way to relax and de-stress. We also enjoy watching sports and getting outside as much as possible.