“Your method has made it easy to teach kindergarten material to my child. It has also made it fun for my child to learn her math and reading. She was so motivated, she even asked for more homework each day! Thank you.”
Tam, Bridgeway Parent
Bridgeway Academy’s eighth grade homeschool curriculum packages are customized to your child to ensure academic success in middle school. Your advisor will work with you to find the best curriculum to meet the needs and goals of your child.
English / Language Arts
This course is designed to equip eighth-grade students with a strong understanding of the eight parts of speech, grammar and writing skills.
In addition eighth grade students work to develop and integrate communication skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Literature study is integrated into the eighth grade English courses; however, students are also encouraged to read and submit specific assignments for four different classic literature titles.
Your advisor will work with you to select the appropriate American History course to meet your eighth grade student’s specific needs and goals. Students who have chosen to focus on a more in-depth World History may also opt to take World History I, II or III.
Eighth-grade students are placed in a math program that is suitable to meet their needs and abilities. Possible placements include: Remedial Math, General Math (a review of fractions, decimals and consumer math), Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Consumer Math
Eighth-grade students are placed in a science program that will meet their needs while preparing them for their future studies in science.
Students may opt to take General Science, which provides an introduction to life science, earth science, physical science and chemistry or specialize in one of the following courses: Earth and Space Science, Physical Science, Biology
Eighth grade students may opt to take electives through our online learning labs. Visit the Learning Labs page to learn more about these live, interactive courses where students learn with middle school students from all over the world.
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