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Junior High (Logic Level)

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7th Grade 8th Grade
Humanities Humanities
Math Math
Science Science
Language Language

High School (Rhetoric Level)

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9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
Humanities Humanities Humanities Humanities
Math Math Math Math
Science Science Science Science
Language Language Language Language
Elective Elective

General Credit Requirements

Classes Required Credits
Trivium
Integrated Humanities* 12
Logic 1
Rhetoric 1
Intro to Classical Languages 1
Foreign Language (any) 1
U.S. History 0.5
Civics and Economics 0.5
Quadrivium
Mathematics (*1 credit must be Geometry) 3
Science (1 credit each of natural and physical) 2
Music 0.5
Astronomy 0.5
Electives
Electives 2
Total Requirements 25
* 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

Classes Required Credits
Junior High
Integrated Humanities 6
Math 2
Logic 2
Language 2
Total Jr. High 12
High School
Trivium
Integrated Humanities* 12
Rhetoric 1
Classical Languages (i.e. Latin and/or Greek) 3
US History 0.5
Civics and Economics 0.5
Music 0.5
Fine Art (Music, Visual, Creative writing) 0.5
Quadrivium
Mathematics (1 Geometry) 4
Science (1 Natural) (1 Physical) 4
Electives
Electives^ 2
Total High School 28
Total Required Credits 40
* 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.