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Junior High (Logic Level)

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High School (Rhetoric Level)

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General Credit Requirements

ClassesRequired Credits
Trivium
Integrated Humanities*12
Logic1
Rhetoric1
Intro to Classical Languages1
Foreign Language (any)1
U.S. History0.5
Civics and Economics0.5
Quadrivium
Mathematics (*1 credit must be Geometry)3
Science (1 credit each of natural and physical)2
Music0.5
Astronomy0.5
Electives
Electives2
Total Requirements25
* Humanities requires 4 credits of History/Geography, 4 credits of Literature, and 4 credits of Theology/Philosophy from each of the four historical periods: Antiquity (creation - about 431 B.C.), Classical (431 B.C. - 476 A.D.), Medieval (476 A.D. - 1500 A.D.), Moderns (1500 A.D. - Present).

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Honors Credit Requirements

ClassesRequired Credits
Junior High
Integrated Humanities6
Math2
Logic2
Language2
Total Jr. High12
High School
Trivium
Integrated Humanities*12
Rhetoric1
Classical Languages (i.e. Latin and/or Greek)3
US History0.5
Civics and Economics0.5
Music0.5
Fine Art (Music, Visual, Creative writing)0.5
Quadrivium
Mathematics (1 Geometry)4
Science (1 Natural) (1 Physical)4
Electives
Electives^2
Total High School28
Total Required Credits40
* Humanities requires 4 credits of History/Geography, 4 credits of Literature, and 4 credits of Theology/Philosophy from each of the four historical periods: Antiquity (creation - about 431 B.C.), Classical (431 B.C. - 476 A.D.), Medieval (476 A.D. - 1500 A.D.), Moderns (1500 A.D. - Present).
^ A Senior Thesis is required for the honors track. One elective may be used to complete this work as an alternative to taking on extra workload.

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For both tracks, Kepler recommends 2 years of gymnasium (i.e., calisthenics, running, competitive sports, weight training, etc.) outside of live online classes as a means of approximating the student with a truly classical expression of education.