Honors Physics for Homeschoolers
Heritage offers classes tailored to the needs of homeschool students. Sign up to attend an already-scheduled class, or work with your group or co-op to schedule a class that fits your needs.
Randy Biggs 405-206-5099
Minimum: 8 Maximum: 16
Deposit: $120 Class: $60/month
Conceptual Physics 12th Edition Paul G. Hewitt
1 lecture each week + supplemental videos (~3 hours of homework weekly)
*The $120 deposit will be applied to the class cost. Students will be responsible for the cost of the textbook as well as
negligeable costs associated with at-home projects (e.g. building a rubber-band-powered car).
From the Instructor
My goal is to make physics interesting and digestible for all students. I incorporate hands-on learning, and I strive
to ensure my classes are fun and exciting while maintaining the rigor parents and students expect from a physics
class. Honors Physics will incorporate math; however, this course is not calculus-based. This class is designed to be
accessible to any student who is interested in how the world works.
Honors Physics is taught from a Christian worldview.
This course introduces students to the foundational science: physics. In this class, we will use observation,
experimentation, and reason to explore the fundamental theories and laws that explain how the world works.
Honors Physics meets in-person one time each week; additionally, students will have access to video lessons
between classes. Students will be expected to complete approximately 2-3 hours of homework each week
between classes. We will cover an array of topics, including:
Newton's Laws of Motion
Energy and Momentum
Forms of Matter
Light and Radiation
Times and Locations
Honors Physics is scheduled to meet at Randall University in Moore each Wednesday 10:00-11:30 and in Edmond
(location TBD) each Wednesday 1:00-2:30. Classes begin the week of August 22 and end on the week of April 24.
Times and locations are subject to change. All deposits are fully refundable if the time or location changes or if
the class does not meet the 8-student minimum threshold.