Scope and Sequence

At HHG, we believe a child's education needs to begin with classes that make learning fun! As they grow, their responsibilities and requirements increase to prepare them for continuing educational opportunities and a lifelong love of learning, diligence, and a strong work ethic. The following Scope and Sequence is a guideline for what your child can expect to experience as a student at HHG Tutorial. *Note: This Scope and Sequence may vary by year as needed.

Science (Grades K-12)

Grades K-1

Fun Science Experiments

Grades 2 - 5

New this Year!  Berean Builder's Science in the Beginning by Jay Wile

Grades 6-7

Apologia Anatomy Apologia Chemistry and Physics

Grade 8

Apologia Physical Science

Grades 9-12 will offer 2 hour science labs, such as, but not limited to:

Biology I Biology II Chemistry I Chemistry II Physics  

History (Grades 3-8)

Grade 3

Inventors and Explorers

Grade 4

Tennessee History

Grades 5


Grades 6-8

Mystery of History

IEW (Institute for Excellence in Writing) Grades 4-12

Grade 4

Student Writing Intensive

Grade 5

All Things Fun and Fascinating

Grade 6

Student Writing Intensive Continuation Course

Grade 7

Following Narnia

Grade 8

Literary Survey

High School offers a variety of IEW curriculum, such as, but not limited to:

Speech Boot Camp High School Research Paper American Literature Advanced Communications British Literature

Foreign Language (Grades 7-12)

Grades 6-8


Grades 9-12

Spanish (rotates with other elective classes)  

Art (Grades K-12)

Grades K-8

Art classes such as Meet the Masters, Art History, and Studio Art offered on a rotating basis.

Grades 9-12

Art appreciation offered on a rotation as a fine arts elective.  

Grade Specific Classes


Five in a Row P.E.

Grade 1

Galloping the Globe P.E.

Grade 2

Cantering the Country P.E.

Grade 3

Lego Story Starters Math Games P.E.

Grade 4

Logic Games/Critical Thinking Tennessee History P.E.

Grade 5

JA Biztown Civics P.E.

Middle School

Geography Latin

Grades 9-12 will offer a rotation of classes, such as:

Study Skills Foundations of Personal Finance (Dave Ramsey) Worldviews Art of the Argument Economics Government Apologetics Music History


Our 5th hour is reserved for electives, which rotate every year. Students will register for 2 electives each year--one per semester. Some of these elective may include: Art Music Lego Robotics Survival Skills Drama Mystery Detectives Sisters in Time Book Club Physical Fitness Challenge Sewing Home Economics Engineering   If you have any questions about our class offerings, please contact