- Teacher: Dan Ribera
Christian Perspectives on Teaching and Learning is a course for faculty and staff at Bellevue Christian School.
- Teacher: Dan Ribera
This is an advanced course in world literature which prepares students for the Advanced Placement Examination. AP English is designed to provide a broad background in Western literature from a Christian perspective. It is designed for, but not limited to, the serious college-bound student. Students will read books which reflect various philosophies and world views. Students will also learn the language and perspective of different forms of literary criticism, including new criticism, post-colonial criticism, feminist criticism, Marxist criticism, deconstruction, and other post-modern critical theories. Essay questions will be similar to those that the student will encounter in college literature courses. Students are highly encouraged, though not required, to take the AP exam.
- Teacher: Kimberley Postma
This course is designed to develop and enhance students’ knowledge of the Spanish language through reading, writing, listening and speaking. The course is meant to be comparable to fifth or sixth semester college and university courses that focus on speaking and writing in the target language at an advanced level. For this reason, both the teacher and the students will speak almost exclusively in Spanish throughout the year. The aim of this course is to prepare students for the Spanish Language Advanced Placement Exam in the spring and to achieve a high level of language ability in all language skills. In addition, students will improve their cultural knowledge of the Hispanic world by exploring and presenting on art, history, holidays, food, traditions, etc.
- Teacher: Sheri Nansen
Spanish B is a Junior High course. This class covers the 2nd half of first year Spanish. Students will master the present tense and begin exploring the past tense.
- Sheri Nansen: Sheri Nansen
Video Production course for advanced students with experience and skills learned in Video Production 1 (or equivilent)
- Teacher: Mark Ramquist
Students will achieve the 21st century skills needed to effectively compete,connect, communicate and collaborate in a global society by developing a culture of digital citizenship.
Students will interact with technology in ways that help them problem solve, complete projects, and creatively extend their abilities.
There are eight major topics covered in this course, including Internet safety, privacy and security, relationships and communication, cyber-bullying, digital footprint and reputation, self-image and identity, and information literacy are all important topics taught through the course.
- Teacher: Ruthanna Walker
The second course in Art for those who want to continue their work begun in Art I. Projects in drawing and design as well as preparation for college and AP portfolios.
- Teacher: JoAnn Grambush
The purpose of this site will be to provide additional support to BCS Elementary school students who are engaged in the International Program.
The purpose of this site will be to provide additional support to BCS Junior High and High School students who are engaged in the International Program.