SR HIGH HISTORY
Lindsay Jo Hight
925 . 779 . 2010
Lindsay Jo loves to learn. She is excited to be teaching students to love learning and more specifically to love reading. She also has a great love of travel and is willing to try anything once. Lindsay Jo is born and raised right here in Antioch and she feels so blessed to be teaching her first year here at Cornerstone.
"Be joyful in Hope, patient in Affliction, and faithful in prayer.” - Romans 12:12
JUST FOR FUN
Colors: Black, Teal, Sage
Hobby: I love to read, watch movies, cheer and be an auntie.
Weekend Activity: Reading or going to the movies, being with my family
Favorite Treat: Dr. Pepper, Chipotle
AP US History, US History, Government/Economics
925 . 779 . 2010 ext 3518
Anthony Ruiz loves the Lord and is thrilled to share that love with the students and families of Cornerstone Christian. He and his wife Claire have a dog named Ruby Tuesday on a Sunday Morning.
Mr. Ruiz is a huge San Jose Sharks fan and says that tickets as a form of homework pass are always encouraged. He plans on changing the world one student at a time - or by becoming Spider Man.
Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.
- John 8:32
JUST FOR FUN
Birthday: December 8
Weekend Activity: Kickin it with his homies
Favorite Treat: Caramel Frap from Starbucks with extra caramel
WORLD HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY
World History is a freshman-level course designed to establish the preeminence of God in the affairs of man throughout history. This course will cover the major historical events starting with creation and ending with the present. It is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to increase his/her knowledge of their heritage as Christians, and to develop the skills necessary for future college courses. The student will develop analytical thinking and reasoning skills.
A course required for graduation. The goal of this course is to demonstrate the emergence of a great country under God’s guidance and intervention. This course is designed to provide opportunity for the student to increase the knowledge of their heritage as Christians, and to develop the skills necessary for future college social studies.
This course is a careful study of our governmental and economic methods and policies. It enables the student to better understand the inner workings of our national government as well as those of America’s complex economic system. It is designed to develop analytical thinking and reasoning skills to better prepare students for further college courses. The purpose of this course is to equip seniors with the skills necessary to become effective responsive citizens and consumers. One of the major goals of this course is to help students understand their rights and responsibilities which are guaranteed under the Constitution, and better understand how Civics and Economics work together.