The content of Algebra 1 is organized around families of functions, with special emphasis on linear and quadratic functions. As you study each family of functions, you will learn to represent them in multiple ways -- as verbal descriptions, equations, tables, and graphs. You will also learn to model real world situations using functions in order to solve problems arising from those situations. In addition to its algebra content our classes will include studies on probability and data analysis as well as numerous examples in exercises involving geometry. These math topics often appear on standardized tests so maintaining your familiarity with them is important. To help you prepare for standardized tests, our class provides instruction and practice on standardized test questions in a variety of formats: multiple choice, short response, extended response and so on. Online support for both learning algebra and preparing for any test or quizzes are available on your UHS dashboard. The textbook is included in the price of the class.

A scientific calculator is required for this course.

1 hr, Mondays & Fridays, 9:00am – 10:00am

$462 + $50 materials fee = $512

This is a yearlong course in Algebra 2 and Trigonometry designed to meet or exceed the A-G requirements for a homeschool math course. The first semester will further the study of algebra through building on the students earlier understanding of functions, equations, and graphing. We will go deeper into these topics and introduce new topics such as complex numbers and logarithms. The second semester will deepen our study of trigonometry from the basics we learned in geometry to include the Unit circle, radian measure, trig identities, using trig to solve non-right triangles and a study of loci. This course will require work outside of class times. It may also require students to participate in some online activities including but not limited to an online discussion forum, online quizzes or assessments, and online assignments. Please make sure your child has access to the course at UHS Online. 

Pre-requisite for this class: Students must have completed a thorough Algebra 1 class and preferably Geometry as well. This class will translate well and be essentially the same online.

1 hr, Mondays & Fridays, 9:00am – 10:00am
$518 + $60 materials fee = $578

This high school biology course is designed to give students a foundation in the themes and concepts of biology. Students will study the principles of the science of biology and the chemistry of life. Students will gain understanding of the biosphere and our ecosystems. The course will include study of cell structure, photosynthesis, cell growth and cell division. We will discuss the fundamentals in genetics, from the structure and function of DNA to human heredity. Topics covered also include Darwin’s theory of evolution, the history of life, as well as microorganisms and plants. We will end our school year by diving deep into the human body, studying the digestive, nervous, skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, and immune systems.

This course will require work outside of class times. There will be homework assigned 1-2 times a week. It will also require students to participate in some online activities including but not limited to: an online discussion forum, online quizzes, assessments, and assignments. Please do not sign up unless you are willing to support your child in completing these assignments. Please make sure your child has access to the course at UHS Online. Required materials (included in class fee): Textbook: Biology (Foundation Edition) by Prentice Hall. Authors: Miller and Levine. ISBN: 978-0133669619 (https://www.amazon.com/Biology-PRENTICE-HALL/dp/0133669610), Study Workbook by Prentice Hall. Authors: Miller and Levine. ISBN: 978-0133687187 (https://www.amazon.com/MILLER-LEVINE-BIOLOGY-STUDY-WORKBOOK/dp/013368718X),
Required materials at home: A wide ruled notebook to write notes during class and for homework, Pencils, eraser, colored pencils.   One hour a week, office hours will be provided for students who have questions, need help with homework or assignments, or would like something clarified (day and time TBD). The course can be taken one semester at the time. If UHS is required to teach in an online forum in the fall, biology classes will be taught live on zoom. Although the classes will be recorded to facilitate make ups, all students are expected to attend live online on zoom. There is also a possibility that UHS will provide one class online and one class in person per week. 

1 hr, Mondays & Fridays, 10:00am - 11:00am
$518 + $70 materials fee = $588


Prerequisite: Be currently enrolled in a biology class. UHS’ biology class fulfills this requirement or students may be enrolled in an online biology class that you supervise at home. Please provide proof of course registration when registering for this course. Description: This lab meets once a month from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. Date: 9/24,10/22,11/19,12/17.

Labs flow from classwork and include work with the microscopes, making wet mount and dry mount slides, collecting samples for study, and dissection of multiple species. In addition to the hands-on skills developed in the lab, students also gain valuable experience with collecting data, sorting and analyzing data, and writing up the results of their experiments.

This class meets once a month. 4 hrs. Thursdays, 9:30am - 1:30pm $380 - $135 materials fee = $515

This Chemistry course provides students with a foundation to support future advanced coursework in chemistry such as the AP or SAT Subject Test. Students will cultivate their understanding of chemistry through inquiry- based investigations and lectures, as they explore content such as: atomic structure, intermolecular forces and bonding, chemical reactions, kinetics, thermodynamics, and equilibrium. There will be a textbook included in the price of the class.

A scientific calculator is required for this course..

1 hr, Mondays & Fridays, 10:00am – 11:00am
$518 + $60 materials fee = $578


Labs flow from classwork and provide hands on experience with lab safety and laboratory procedures necessary to the college bound student. In addition to the hands-on skills developed in the lab, students also gain valuable experience with collecting data, sorting and analyzing data, and writing up the results of their experiments. The labs explore several topics in general chemistry including the chemical processes of digestion and metabolism, single and double replacement reactions, oxidation/reduction reactions, pH, gas laws, decomposition reactions, reaction rates, and more.

Pre-requisites: Be currently enrolled in a chemistry class. The chemistry course at UHS fulfills this requirement or students may be enrolled in an online chemistry class that you supervise at home. Please provide proof of course registration when registering for this course. Minimum: A strong foundation in math with experience solving equations with variables. Preferred – Completion of Algebra 1 This lab meets once a month.9/24,10/2,11/19,12/17.

4 hrs. Thursdays, 9:30am to 1:30pm. Dates TBD $380 + $112 materials fee = $492

The high school course is designed to give students a foundation in the knowledge of earth and space science. This course will give students insight into geology, the environment, and the universe. Topics will include the composition of Earth, geologic structures and forces, the oceans on our planet, natural resources, and the atmospheric forces that shape our world. The students will be sensitized to various moral and environmental issues. Earth’s spheres including the geosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, atmosphere, and the cycles of the Earth such as the water and carbon cycle, will be explored. Students will learn about scientific inquiry, geologic time, space exploration, the solar system, and the universe beyond Earth. This course will include lectures and labs. Required materials (included in class fee): Textbook: Glencoe Earth Science: Geology, the Environment and the Universe, McGraw Hill, 2013, ISBN-10: 0076587134, Student Workbook: Glencoe Earth Science: Geology, the Environment, and the Universe, Student Edition, McGraw Hill, ISBN-10: 0078746361, Laboratory manual: Glencoe Earth Science: Geology, the Environment, and the Universe, Laboratory Manual, Student Edition, ISBN-10: 0078791979.

Required materials at home: A wide ruled notebook to write notes during class and for homework, Pencils, eraser, colored pencils. Students are required to attend both classes. Office hours (1h/week) will be provided for students who have questions, need help with homework or assignments, or would like something clarified (day and time TBD). If UHS is required to teach in an online forum in the fall, this course will be taught live on zoom. Although the classes will be recorded to facilitate make ups, all students are expected to attend live online. There is also a possibility that UHS will provide one class online and one class in person per week. If the class is taught online, the lab materials will be provided for pick up at UHS before class. 

1 hr. Mondays & Fridays, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
$518 + $125 materials fee = $643 (materials fee covers both the fall and spring terms)

This is a yearlong course in high school geometry designed to meet or exceed the A-G requirements. Geometry is the study of the characteristics and applications of common geometric figures. Also, geometry develops logical reasoning through proofs. We will begin by learning to construct many geometric shapes using the tools of compass and straightedge. Topics covered include geometric drawing, visual proofs, logical reasoning, paragraph, flow, & two-column proofs, triangles, triangle congruence, special triangles, similarity, angle of elevation/depression word problems, polygons, circles, perimeter, area & volume, similarity ratios, transformations, solid geometry, basic trigonometry, and analytic geometry. This course will require work outside of class times. It will also require students to participate in online activities including but not limited to an online discussion forum, online quizzes or assessments, and online assignments. Please make sure your child has access to the course at UHS Online.

Pre-requisite for this class: Students must have a working understanding of basic algebra. This class will translate well and be essentially the same online.

Pre-requisite: Students must have a working
This course has a required textbook.

1 hr, Wednesdays, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
$518 + $60 materials fee = $578


Students will be will prepared with the skills needed to go out into the real world. They will learn skills such as: Credit, budgeting, banking, types of investments, financial planning, insurance, etc…This class will translate well and be essentially the same online.

2 hr. Wednesdays 10:30am - 12:30pm
$409

This is a yearlong course in physics. Since this course is a high school elective it goes beyond the A-G science requirements and delivers everything students need to be prepared to take physics courses at the college level. “Physics is the branch of science that primarily studies matter, energy, and their interactions. Using the scientific method, physicists hypothesize relationships, design experiments, and complete tests to turn those hypotheses into theories. Physicists around the world not only work from the same body of knowledge—the same laws and theories—but they also use standard units and the SI system of measurement to ensure that the replication of their experiments is possible. Physics is more than numbers and equations; it is about asking how and why things work and questioning everything we see in the natural world” (Parsons). 

This course will require work outside of class times. It will also require students to participate in online activities including but not limited to an online discussion forum, online quizzes or assessments, and online assignments. Please make sure your child has access to the course at UHS Online. 

Graphing calculator required.

1 hr, Monday's & Fridays, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
$518 + $50 materials fee = $568