Shakespeare is just as relevant now than he was over 400 years ago! This course serves as an introduction to William Shakespeare, his sonnets and writing style, and a brief history of acting troupes and the Globe Theater.
In this four week class, we tour the ancient Mediterranean to learn more about these mystical, and sometimes legendary, man-made wonders and their place in the ancient world.
This class digs into the 1998 novel written by author Louis Sachar – Holes. Stanley Yelnats is sent to a juvenile detention center is the Texas desert, where boys dig holes for the warden, and despite a family curse, he must uncover the truth of what is going on at Camp Green Lake.
The dawning of the 20th century marked a vast change in the freedom of women in the United States. Come with us on this 5 week journey to explore the changes and the women that made them happen!
This class focuses on the 1953 novel written by Ray Bradbury – Fahrenheit 451. Set in an American dystopian society in which books are outlawed and “firemen” burn books, the novel questions the importance of reading as it explores the perspective of the world through ideas found in books.