Seventh Grade Curriculum
Developing Christian Character
The goal of this class is for the students to develop their knowledge of the Bible and to apply biblical knowledge to one’s life experiences. Also to learn practical life skills based on biblical principles and examples, and know foundational steps to successful Christian living.
Why do earthquakes happen? When is work not work? What do all things have in common? Have you ever thought about why things happen? Our God is an awesome God, He created the Earth and the universe to run perfectly. In Science 7, students study many of Earth’s phenomena such as plant life, earthquakes and volcanoes, how motion and force relate to work, and what makes up matter. As scientists in training, students will be asking many questions, engaging in many investigations, and doing experiments to help answer their questions.
This course is designed to aid students to become proficient in fundamental pre-algebra operations. Topics will include operations on integers, fractions, and decimals, application of averages, ratios, and proportions, as well as standard and metric measurement usage, geometric principles usage, and solving algebraic equations.
World Studies I – Ancient History
In World Studies I, students will study key political, economic, military, religious, and geographical forces that shaped our world’s history. They will learn about ancient civilizations and cultures from a Biblical worldview and be able to understand how ancient history connects to our world today.
A challenging and enriching environment where students master grammar skills used for writing, reading, and life as well as explore a variety of authors and genres.
Spanish at FRCS is a K-12 program. The emphasis in 7th grade Spanish is to further develop communication skills the students learned in grades 1-6. The students ask and answer questions, give short presentations and develop listening skills that allow them to understand native speakers.
Building upon Digital Foundation, students will explore career based technology projects. Students will get a taste of what is involved in today’s technology fields. Career topics will include application development, hardware development, graphic design, cinematography, advertising, engineering, web design, computer help desk, and computer repair. Innovation through non-office based projects will be the main focus of this course.