Unlike other programs where a student must be in a particular “academic path” or “track,” the MVA curriculum allows students to take courses at different levels concurrently. It also allows students to take courses in areas of special interest to supplement their normal course of study.
The K12 curriculum’s conservative approach to subject matter is designed for use by public, private, and home-school students. However, not all aspects of the K12 curriculum present Maranatha’s Christian worldview. MVA integrates a Christian worldview into the K12 curriculum it uses through its teachers and their supplemental resources.
The following courses are taught by MVA faculty members. An asterisk (*) following a course name indicates that it is a semester course.
|Literary Analysis and Composition I|
|Literary Analysis and Composition II|
|British and World Literature|
Social Studies Courses
|U.S. Government and Politics*|
Technology & Computer Science Courses
|Image Design and Editing*|
|Skills for Health*|
|Nutrition and Wellness*|
|For information about world language course availability and pricing, contact the MVA Administrator.|