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Academic English K-3 to 12th Grade School

International K-12th grade school and language center.


*School Subjects can change depending on the child. We also include ESL for non-native English speakers using the Anglia Examinations of England System.*

AGI Curriculum Standards

Primary Pre-School

Age 3 to 5 years
K3-K4-K

K3-50
English- Landmarks Activity books
Math- Landmarks Activity
Reading- Landmarks Activity
Social Skills- Social Skills profile.
Handwriting – Alphabet writing- School Zone.
Arabic Communication
Art-Random
PE- Random

K4-75
English Alphabet Sound and Phonics
Reading Primary book
Math
Social Skills and Life
Writing Learning to write school zone
Arabic Communication
Art
PE

K- 100
English – English Made Easy
Reading – Landmark Mcguffrey
Math – Addition and Subtraction Learn on the go.
Social Skills and Life
Handwriting Skills
Arabic Communication
Art
PE

Elementary

Age 6-11
Grade 1 through Grade 5

Grade 1- 105
English-E105

Material Covered
Week 1 Sentences, Part 1
Week 2 Sentences, Part 2
Week 3 Nouns, Part 1
Week 4 Nouns, Part 2
Week 5 Nouns, Part 3
Week 6 Words That Rhyme
Week 7 Plural Nouns
Week 8 Sentences That State a Fact
Week 9 Review of Weeks 1 – 8
Week 10 Verbs: Action
Week 11 Verbs: Adding -ing
Week 12 Verbs: Adding -ed
Week 13 Verbs: State of Being
Week 14 Adjectives
Week 15 Antonyms
Week 16 Sentences That Ask a Question
Week 17 Sentences That Show Excitement
Week 18 Review of Weeks 10 – 18
Week 19 Prepositions
Week 20 Contractions
Week 21 Plural Words
Week 22 Alphabetical Order
Week 23 Synonyms
Week 24 Homonyms
Week 25 Review
Week 26 Alphabetical Order, Part 2
Week 27 Review of Weeks 19 – 26
Week 28 Addresses
Week 29 The Period
Week 30 Suffixes: -er, -est
Week 31 Review
Week 32 Review
Week 33 Review
Week 34 Review
Week 35 Review
Week 36 Review
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Spelling -S105
Literature Reading- L105
Social Skills – Smile for Me
Fine Arts- Art, Music, Gym
Science – Creation of Animals-S105
Math-M105
Penmanship with English
Arabic Conversation Random

Grade 2- 110
English-E110

Week 1 Words and Sentences
Week 2 Sentences and Verbs
Week 3 Prepositions
Week 4 More Words; Verbs; Use of Periods
Week 5 Up, Down; Periods; Larger, Smaller
Week 6 Sentences
Week 7 Suffixes
Week 8 Questions
Week 9 Compound Words
Week 10 Alphabetical order
Week 11 More Than One
Week 12 Sentences
Week 13 Exclamation Points
Week 14 Old Glory; Capital Letters
Week 15 Who, Where, What; Contractions
Week 16 Fact and Opinion
Week 17 Nouns
Week 18 Complete Thoughts
Week 19 Alphabetical Order
Week 20 Abbreviations
Week 21 Writing a Story
Week 22 Synonyms; Antonyms
Week 23 Writing Questions; Adding a Suffix
Week 24 Nouns
Week 25 Scrambled Sentences
Week 26 Words Almost the Same; Syllables
Week 27 Dividing Words; Consonants
Week 28 Correct Order
Week 29 Sentences
Week 30 Suffixes; Root Words
Week 31 Root Words
Week 32 Sit, Set; Their, There; Teach, Learn
Week 33 Two, Too, and To
Week 34 Review
Week 35 Review
Week 36 Review

Spelling-S110- Words from English Weeks 1-36.
Literature Reading – Sem 1-L110
Literature Reading – Sem 2-L110
Math-M110
Social Skills and Life Health Safety and Manners
Fine Arts
History- USA-H110

Week 1 The Presidency
Week 2 George Washington
Week 3 John Adams
Week 4 Thomas Jefferson
Week 5 James Madison
Week 6 James Monroe
Week 7 John Quincy Adams
Week 8 Andrew Jackson
Week 9 Martin Van Buren
Week 10 William Henry Harrison,
John Tyler
Week 11 James K. Polk
Week 12 Zachary Taylor,
Millard Fillmore
Week 13 Franklin Pierce,
James Buchanan
Week 14 Abraham Lincoln
Week 15 Andrew Johnson
Week 16 Ulysses S. Grant
Week 17 Rutherford B. Hayes
Week 18 James A. Garfield,
Chester A. Arthur
Week 19 Grover Cleveland,
Benjamin Harrison
Week 20 William McKinley
Theodore Roosevelt
Week 21 William Howard Taft
Week 22 Woodrow Wilson
Week 23 Warren Harding,
Calvin Coolidge
Week 24 Herbert Hoover
Week 25 Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Week 26 Harry S. Truman
Week 27 Dwight D. Eisenhower
Week 28 John F. Kennedy
Lyndon B. Johnson
Week 29 Richard M. Nixon,
Gerald R. Ford
Week 30 Jimmy Carter
Week 31 Ronald Reagan
Week 32 George H. W. Bush
Week 33 Bill Clinton
Week 34 George W. Bush
Week 35 Barack H. Obama
Week 36 Donald J. Trump
Science – Nature Science-S110
Arabic Conversation Random

Grade 3- 115
English-E115

Material Covered
Week 1 Sentences
Week 2 Sentences
Week 3 Sentences
Week 4 Nouns
Week 5 Plural Nouns
Week 6 Adjectives
Week 7 Action Verbs
Week 8 Non-Action Verbs
Week 9 Alphabetical Order
Week 10 Run-On Sentences
Week 11 Capitalization
Week 12 Commas
Week 13 Contractions
Week 14 Quotation Marks
Week 15 Antonyms
Week 16 Synonyms
Week 17 Helping Verbs
Week 18 Review of Previous 18 Weeks
Week 19 Using a Dictionary
Week 20 Words to Watch
Week 21 Homonyms
Week 22 Writing Letters
Week 23 Subject
Week 24 Predicate
Week 25 Possessive Nouns
Week 26 Recognizing Word Groups
Week 27 Subject and Predicate
Week 28 Building Better Sentences
Week 29 Pronouns
Week 30 Pronouns as Subjects
Week 31 Words to Watch
Week 32 Nouns without Signals
Week 33 Better Sentences
Week 34 Words That Need Helpers
Week 35 Words to Watch
Week 36 Review
Spelling-S115
Literature Reading-L-115
Math-M115
Social Skills – Focus Workbook
Fine Arts
History – Great American Heroes-M115
Science – The Solar System-S115
Arabic Conversation Random

Grade 4- 120
English-E 120

Material Covered
Week 1 Sentences
Week 2 Sentences
Week 3 Sentences
Week 4 Capitalization Rules
Week 5 Punctuation
Week 6 Punctuation
Week 7 Action Verbs
Week 8 Non-action Verbs
Week 9 Review of Weeks 1 – 9
Week 10 Nouns
Week 11 Plural Nouns
Week 12 Adjectives
Week 13 Subjects and Predicates
Week 14 Compound Subjects and Predicates
Week 15 Diagraming Subjects & Predicates
Week 16 Pronouns, Part 1
Week 17 Pronouns, Part 2
Week 18 Review of Weeks 10 – 17
Week 19 Prepositions
Week 20 Adverbs
Week 21 Adverbs and Adjectives
Week 22 Using Verbs Correctly
Week 23 Using Words Correctly
Week 24 Direct Objects
Week 25 Letter Writing
Week 26 Business Letter
Week 27 Review of Weeks 19 – 26
Week 28 Conjunctions and Interjections
Week 29 Agreement of Subject and Verb
Week 30 Principal Parts of Verbs
Week 31 Simple and Compound Sentences
Week 32 Synonyms, Antonyms, Homonyms
Week 33 Dictionary Usage
Week 34 Research Paper
Week 35 Review
Week 36 Review
Spelling-S-120
Literature Reading
Social Skills and Life 101 Ways
Fine Arts
Science
Math
History- USA
Arabic Conversation Random

Grade 5- 125
English-E125

Material Covered
Week 1 Sentences
Week 2 Sentences
Week 3 Subjects and Predicates
Week 4 Capitalization
Week 5 Punctuation
Week 6 Apostrophes
Week 7 Verbs
Week 8 Helping Verbs
Week 9 Review of Weeks 1 – 8
Week 10 Nouns
Week 11 Plural Nouns
Week 12 Adjectives
Week 13 Prepositions, Compound Subjects,
Verbs, Sentences
Week 14 Linking Verbs, Subj. Complements
Week 15 Diagraming, Part 1
Week 16 Pronouns, Part 1
Week 17 Pronouns, Part 2
Week 18 Review of Weeks 10 – 17
Week 19 Adverbs
Week 20 Prepositional Phrases
Week 21 Diagraming, Part 2
Week 22 Using Words Correctly, Part 1
Week 23 Using Words Correctly, Part 2
Week 24 Direct and Indirect Objects
Week 25 Letter Writing
Week 26 Business Letter
Week 27 Review of Weeks 19 – 26
Week 28 Conjunctions and Interjections
Week 29 Agreement of Subject and Verbs
Week 30 Principal Parts of Verbs
Week 31 Diagraming and Outlining
Week 32 Synonyms, Antonyms, Homonyms
Week 33 Dictionary Skills
Week 34 Research Paper
Week 35 Looking Back: Review
Week 36 Looking Back: Review
Spelling-S125
Literature Reading-L125
Social Skills and Life 101 Ways
Fine Arts

American History-H125
Math- M125
Science – Enjoying Good Health Sem 1
Science – Changes In Matter Sem 2
Arabic Conversation Random

Middle School

Age 12-14
Grade 6 through Grade 8

Grade 6- 130
English-E130

Week 1 Sentences
Week 2 Sentences
Week 3 Subjects and Predicates
Week 4 Capitalization
Week 5 Punctuation
Week 6 Apostrophes
Week 7 Verbs
Week 8 Linking Verbs
Week 9 Review of Weeks 1 – 8
Week 10 Nouns
Week 11 Nouns
Week 12 Plural Nouns
Week 13 Adjectives
Week 14 Using Adjectives Correctly
Week 15 Prepositions
Week 16 Pronouns
Week 17 Pronoun Agreement
Week 18 Review of Weeks 10 – 17
Week 19 Adverbs
Week 20 Adjectives and Adverbs
Week 21 Prepositional Phrases
Week 22 Using Verbs Correctly
Week 23 Troublesome Words
Week 24 Verbals
Week 25 Letter Writing
Week 26 Review
Week 27 Review
Week 28 Conjunctions, Interjections
Week 29 Subject–Verb Agreement
Week 30 Principal Parts of Verbs
Week 31 Verb Tenses
Week 32 Outlining, Synonyms, Antonyms,
Homonyms
Week 33 Preparing for Research Paper
Week 34 Research Paper
Week 35 Review
Week 36 Review
Spelling
Literature Reading
Social Skills and Life 101 Ways
Math
Fine Arts
Science – Motion Sem 1
Science – Habitats Sem 2
History – Great World Leaders

Grade 7-135
English- E135

Week 1 Sentences
Week 2 Subjects and Predicates
Week 3 Capitalization
Week 4 Punctuation
Week 5 Underlining, Hyphens, Apostrophes
Week 6 Verbs; Verb Phrases
Week 7 Verbs
Week 8 Irregular Verbs
Week 9 Review
Week 10 Principal Parts of Verbs
Week 11 Verb Tenses
Week 12 Nouns
Week 13 Nouns
Week 14 Plural Nouns
Week 15 Subject-Verb Agreement
Week 16 More Troublesome Words
Week 17 Dictionary Usage
Week 18 Review
Week 19 Pronouns
Week 20 Pronoun Agreement
Week 21 Adjectives
Week 22 Using Adjectives Correctly
Week 23 Adverbs
Week 24 Verbals
Week 25 Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots
Week 26 Book Report
Week 27 Review
Week 28 Prepositions
Week 29 Conjunctions and Interjections
Week 30 Prepositional Phrases, Part 1
Week 31 Prepositional Phrases, Part 2
Week 32 Sentence Structure
Week 33 Preparing for the Research Paper
Week 34 The Research Paper
Week 35 Review
Week 36 Review
Spelling
Literature Reading
Math-M135
Social Skills and Life – Ticket
Fine Arts
Science – Biological Science
History – World Geography

Grade 8-140
English- E140

Week 1 Sentences
Week 2 Subjects and Predicates
Week 3 Capitalization Rules
Week 4 Punctuation
Week 5 Underlining, Hyphens, Apostrophes
Week 6 Verbs; Verb Phrases
Week 7 Linking Verbs
Week 8 Irregular Verbs
Week 9 Review
Week 10 Principal Parts of Verbs; Irregular
Verbs
Week 11 Verb Tenses
Week 12 Nouns
Week 13 Nouns
Week 14 Noun Phrases
Week 15 Noun Clauses
Week 16 Plural Nouns
Week 17 Subject-Verb Agreement
Week 18 Review
Week 19 Pronouns
Week 20 Pronoun Agreement
Week 21 Adjectives
Week 22 Using Adjectives Correctly
Week 23 Adverbs
Week 24 Verbals
Week 25 Adjective Phrases and Clauses
Week 26 Adverb Phrases and Clauses
Week 27 Review
Week 28 Prepositions
Week 29 Prepositional Phrases, Part 1
Week 30 Prepositional Phrases, Part 2
Week 31 Conjunctions and Interjections
Week 32 Sentence Structure
Week 33 Preparing for the Research Paper
Week 34 The Research Paper
Week 35 Review
Week 36 Review
Spelling
Literature Reading
Social Skills – Touchstone – Book 1
Fine Arts
Science – Electricity Sem 1
Science – Magnetism Sem 2
History – Intro to World History
Math -M140 Pre-Algebra

High School

Age 14-18
Grade 9 through Grade 12

Physical Education I
Grade Level: 9
Credit: 1
Course Description: A variety of activities will be utilized to stress the development of the components of physical fitness. Basic skills, strategies,
teamwork and general knowledge of team sports will also be included. Various athletic-based activities will be included in this course.

Please see us for the yearly program. All studies in high school have to be recorded with transcripts from another school if entering after the 9th grade. Thank you…

*Special Education*
English
Math
Gym- 3 times a week 45 minutes each day
Science
History

ESL- Anglia Examinations
Reading
Spelling
Fine Arts-Random

Our Schools Techniques and Vision:

Montessori Practices

3 to 6-year-old- early learning through work play.  
Skill teaching and curious learners are driven.  
Guide children in self- directed activity/activities.  
Children’s freedom in the classroom.  
Positive discipline  
Children learn for their pace.  

Waldorf Practices

3 to 7 learning by play.  
Children wait till age 7 to start formal education.  
Spirituality  
The use of art in language learning formation in painting and drawing.  
Free thinking is encouraged.  
Positive discipline.  

American Curriculum

36 Week program. No focusing on major testing until after the 8th grade.
180 school days CAT Testing after the 8th grade. California Achievement Test
10 month/2 month summer Traditional American Grading system.
Summer school for challenged students. American Transcripts
K3-Grade 12. Ages 3 to 18.  
No child left behind/ Small class ratio.  

 

 

Additional Techniques

Working with special needs children. Global love and respect for all people.
Learning love and respect for animals and nature. Chores for learning responsibility.
Small class ratio. Enforce critical thinking skills.
No lecture teaching.  
Exploration of the activities, emphasis on critical thinking and independent research.  
Limited homework- mostly prefers children to have bonding time with family.  

We combined these principles for our own specialized program! Assessment of each individual child.

 Listing of Course Titles
PLEASE NOTE: Certain elementary courses have not been titled and are not listed here.

English
E145 English I
E150 English II
E155 English III
E160 English IV
History
H110 The U.S. Presidents
H115 Great American Heroes
H120 Our Fifty United States
H125 The Beginner’s American History
H130 U.S. Geography
H135 World Geography
H140 Introduction to World History
H145 U.S. History

H150 World History

Grade Level: 10
Credit: .5
Course Description: World History looks at five common themes throughout the course: Interaction between humans and the environment,
Development and interactions of cultures, State-building, expansion, and conflict, Creation, expansion, and interaction of economic systems,
Development and transformation of social structures. Course content includes map reading, interpreting charts and graphs, and acquiring a social
studies vocabulary. As a course, students will be expected to access, read and analyze materials independently and to write analytically.
Students will be expected to take the weekly exams.

H155 Culture Wars/Current Events
H160 U.S. Government/Economics

Literature
L135 Character-Building Stories & Legends
L140 Character-Building Biographies
L145 Character-Building Favorites
L150 Character Building Favorites
L155 Literature Classics
L160 Literature Classics
Math
M140 Math Foundations/Pre-Algebra
M145 Algebra I
M150 Geometry
M155 Algebra II
M160 Business Math
Science
S105 Wonderful Creation
S110 Nature Science
S115 Creation Day-by-Day
S120 Our World: Scientific Facts
S125 Beginner’s Physiology & Health
S130 Earth Science
S135 Biological Science
S140 General Science
S145 Physical Science

S150 Biology

Grade Levels: 10
Credit: .5 Week 1-18
Course Description: This course is designed to cover cellular and body structure, basic knowledge and functions of living organisms with an
emphasis on the study of cells, their organelles, mitosis, meiosis, DNA, and genetics. Interdependence of organisms will be investigated as well as
matter, energy and organization in living systems.
Grade Levels: 10
Credit: .5 Week 19-36
Course Description: This course is designed to cover cellular and body structure, basic knowledge and functions of living organisms with an
emphasis on the study of cells, their organelles, mitosis, meiosis, DNA, and genetics. Interdependence of organisms will be investigated as well as
matter, energy and organization in living systems.


S155 Health/Dynamic Living
S160 Scientific Creationism
S255 Chemistry (Elective)
Electives
V702 Penmanship
V741 Computer Literacy
V742 Computer Keyboarding
V730 Principles of Music
V740 Spanish 1 and V743 Spanish 2

161108—Spanish 1 A
Grade Level: 9-12
Credit: .5
Course Description: Students will make introductions, tell the date and time, describe themselves and others, talk about things they like to do, talk
about what they do on a daily basis, discuss classes and school events, describe family relationships and where families live, talk about food and
recipes, staying fit and give advice. Students will also be exposed to various cultural topics throughout the course and become familiar with many
Spanish speaking countries, their practices, products, and perspectives.

161108—Spanish 1 B
Grade Level: 9-12
Credit: .5
Course Description: Students will make introductions, tell the date and time, describe themselves and others, talk about things they like to do, talk
about what they do on a daily basis, discuss classes and school events, describe family relationships and where families live, talk about food and
recipes, staying fit and give advice. Students will also be exposed to various cultural topics throughout the course and become familiar with many
Spanish speaking countries, their practices, products, and perspectives.

161109—Spanish 2 A
Grade Level: 10-12
Credit: .5
Prerequisite: Spanish 1
Course Description: Students use slightly more complex vocabulary and grammar structures than Spanish I. They will talk about things they like to
do, household chores, professions, descriptions, places around town, giving directions and commands, school events, the body and getting hurt,
daily routines and people and things in the past. Students will also look at a variety of cultural topics including famous celebrations and traditions
and the culture of various capital cities around the Spanish-speaking world.

161109—Spanish 2 B
Grade Level: 10-12
Credit: .5
Prerequisite: Spanish 1
Course Description: Students use slightly more complex vocabulary and grammar structures than Spanish I. They will talk about things they like to
do, household chores, professions, descriptions, places around town, giving directions and commands, school events, the body and getting hurt,
daily routines and people and things in the past. Students will also look at a variety of cultural topics including famous celebrations and traditions
and the culture of various capital cities around the Spanish-speaking world.

V790 Arabic

V791 French

Other classes and electives are allowed with special permission. 

 

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