High School Departments

Bible

  • Bible Doctrine
Jason Bell 834-9190 x1222
  • Bible Application
Deb Foy 834-9190 x1217
  • International Bible
Rick DiFlorio 834-9190 x1215
  • Church History
Justin Fuller 834-9190 x1204
  • International Bible
Deb Foy 834-9190 x1218
  • World Religions
Sherrell Price 834-9190 x1220
  • Apologetics
Jason Bell 834-9190 x1222
  • Bible Survey
Jason Bell 834-9190 x1222
  • Bible Prophecy
Deb Foy 834-9190 x1217

English

  • English 9
Cathy Sissung 834-9190 x1208
  • English 10
Maegan Wu 834-9190 x1218
  • English 11
Deb Foy 834-9190 x1217
  • English 11 AP (Language)
Deb Foy 834-9190 x1217
  • English 12
Maegan Wu 834-9190 x1218
  • Public Speaking
Mia Helman 834-9190 x1213
  • English 12 AP (Literature)
Janell Ludwig 834-9190 x1218

 

The Language Arts program involves Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Accessing and Using Information.  The literature used in Middle school is based on classic novels, and the stories in the literature book cover a wide variety of genre.  High school uses more traditional American and British classic literature. The Advanced placement classes use a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction books. Students are trained in critical reading and critical thinking skills.  The writing components of all programs include analysis, essays, responses to literature, research reports, and a variety of narratives.  This alignment encourages students to employ the language of writing as they develop their style, voice and competency.

Math

  • Algebra 2
Erica Lowery 834-9190 x1214
  • Calculus AP
Erica Lowery 834-9190 x1214
  • Consumer Math
Jim Bellmeyer 834-9190 x1210
  • Geometry
Erica Lowery 834-9190 x1214
  • Pre-Calculus
Erica Lowery 834-9190 x1214

 

Welcome to the Calvary Murrieta Mathematics Department! Our department is suited for every student; we offer courses starting from Pre-Algebra all the way up to AP Calculus AB. Consumer math is also an option for students who desire to find out about every day math concepts such as: interest rates on loans, investing, taxes and personal banking skills. Our teachers are devoted to the education of the students and are willing to go above and beyond the classroom time. Students will be consistently challenged in their math classes and the teachers will be there every set of the way to guide them. The math department’s desire is to train up young adults who have the necessary math skills to do anything they desire in their future and glorify God in all that they do.

Science

  • Anatomy & Physiology
Toni Hench  834-9190 x1221
  • Biology
Toni Hench  834-9190 x1221
  • Chemistry
Hao Tiet 834-9190 x1206
  • Chemistry AP
Hao Tiet 834-9190 x1206
  • Biology AP
Toni Hench  834-9190 x1221
  • Physics
Hao Tiet 834-9190 x1206

Social Science

  • Human Geography AP
Maegan Wu 834-9190 x1219
  • Macro Economics AP
Taylor Proxmire 834-9190 x1219
  • U.S. Government AP
Taylor Proxmire 834-9190 x1219
  • U.S. Government/Economics
Taylor Proxmire 834-9190 x1219
  • U.S. History
Sherrell Price 834-9190 x1220
  • U.S. History AP
Sherrell Price 834-9190 x1220
  • World History
Sherrell Price 834-9190 x1220
  • World History AP
Barbara Carnesecca 834-9190 x1209
  • Psychology AP
Hao Tiet 834-9190 x1206
  • Family Living
Dana Rhoades 834-9190 x1212
  • ASB Leadership
Rick DiFlorio 834-9190 x1215

 

The Social Science program focuses on developing both academically and spiritually minded students. Our junior high and high school programs continue to build upon the curriculum instituted in previous years, while expanding the student’s knowledge and critical thinking skills as they move forward into higher educational levels. All levels of study in the history program are aligned to the State of California educational standards and graduating requirements. Spiritual growth is fostered by showing how Christian values have consequences that have affected the course of history. Emphasizing how God has a plan, and when we keep to His plan He will bless the nation. Students are also instructed and expected to apply biblical knowledge to historical events in all levels of study within the History program.

World Languages

  • ASL 1, 2, 3
Dana Rhoades 834-9190 x1212
  • Spanish 1, 2, 3
Mia Helman 834-9190 x1213

Art

  • Pep/Jazz Band
Danny Lybeck  834-9190 x1203
  • Concert Band
Danny Lybeck  834-9190 x1203
  • Drama
Danny Lybeck  834-9190 x1203
  • Photo
Danielle Price  834-9190 x1202
  • Graphic Design
Danielle Price  834-9190 x1202
  • Yearbook
Danielle Price  834-9190 x1202
  • Studio Art
Danielle Price  834-9190 x1202

Applied Sciences

  • Computers
Danny Lybeck 834-9190 x1216
  • Physical Education
Rick DiFlorio 834-9190 x1215
  • Health
Rick Diflorio 834-9190 x1213

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