Omnibus IV Primary focuses on great works of the ancient world, culminating in the first century. Students learn to read and appreciate the Great Books in light of the truth of Scripture. In addition to studies on history, theology and literature, students will be introduced to and learn to think biblically about aesthetics, anthropology (including world cultures and archaeology), law, philosophy, poetry, and political science (including politics). Students learn to read and appreciate the great books in light of the truth of Scripture. The Omnibus courses are the best way we know to engage with the great works of Western Civilization and learn to think biblically about everything. Diploma students completing the course will be given a credit in English: World Ancient Literature II. Diploma students completing the Omnibus IV Primary and the Omnibus IV Secondary courses during the same year will be given three credits for the two courses – one each in History: World Ancient History II, English: World Ancient Literature II, and Religion: Doctrine and Theology IV. Omnibus IV courses are recommended for 10th-12th grade students. This course is eligible for dual enrollment credit for junior and senior diploma students when both Primary and Secondary courses are taken in a 12-month period. Homework will average 6 - 7 hours per week, depending on reading speed.
Minimum age of 14 on the first day of class.