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Lilli Ann Miller

email: lilliann.miller@prepclasses.org

Lilli Ann holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of the Philippines at Los Baños, where she served as an instructor in biology and genetics.  A Fulbright-Hays grant gave her the opportunity to travel to the United States and obtain her Master of Science in Biology at the University of Houston. She taught undergraduate lab classes in biology while in the graduate program.

She has been a home educator since her oldest child started school in 1996. Her family participated in various co-ops over the years where she taught history, literature, elementary science and biology to students from K-12th grade. More recently, she supervised online classes in biology as one of the classroom teachers at HSLDA Online Academy.

Lilli Ann and her husband, Jeff are blessed with five grown children. All have taken classes at PREP. Four already graduated from college, while the youngest is in high school. The Millers have participated in home churches for more than 30 years.  They love to travel, catch up with friends, and enjoy family times, especially with the grandkids.

Teacher's Classes

Come explore the fascinating study of LIFE!

  • Students will embark on a comprehensive survey of God’s creation by exposure to different fields in the biological sciences - from the study of the fundamental unit of life in cell biology to the understanding of the human body in anatomy and physiology. These provide basic tools to investigate what makes up living things, how they work, and how they relate with one another and the physical world.
  • Opposing worldviews are discussed throughout the course so students might see the truth of Scripture in light of scientific study. Theories of biological origins, current advances in biotechnology, environmental issues, and their social implications are presented from secular and biblical perspectives.
  • In addition to lectures and class discussions, other activities include lab experiments, microscopy, and dissections - all designed to enhance comprehension of concepts learned.
  • There will be opportunities to hone research and oral presentation skills in preparation for collegiate work: a persuasive outline on creation vs. evolution and two short scientific papers, one on a biotechnology topic of their choice (fall semester) and a human body disease/disorder (spring semester).
  • Special projects will include collection and classification of leaves and wildflowers to develop in students a greater awareness of beauty, order, and design in nature.
  • Parents will partner with Mrs. Miller to ensure their student’s success. Please check the class website weekly and oversee student’s homework and completion of assigned tasks.  For more information on the class, visit:  https://sites.google.com/view/prepbiology-lmiller.

Additional Course Information

  • This course will earn 1 high school honors credit in science.
  • Geometry, though not a prerequisite, is the recommended math to accompany biology.
  • Class meets for three (3) hours once a week:
    • Cypress/NW campus - Wednesday, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
    • Katy/West campus - Thursday, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
  • Textbooks: Bob Jones 5th Edition Biology (ISBN: 160682936X) and Biology Laboratory Manual (ISBN: 1628560231).  Purchase student materials only.
  • Tuition: $650/year or 10 monthly payments of $65
  • Laboratory Fee: $90 (one-time fee). The Laboratory Fee and Mrs. Miller’s Science Form must be received before a student’s place will be held in class. The Lab Fee is non-refundable after August 1.
  • Withdrawal Fee after September 30, 2021 is 3 months’ tuition.

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Come explore the fascinating study of LIFE!

  • Students will embark on a comprehensive survey of God’s creation by exposure to different fields in the biological sciences - from the study of the fundamental unit of life in cell biology to the understanding of the human body in anatomy and physiology. These provide basic tools to investigate what makes up living things, how they work, and how they relate with one another and the physical world.
  • Opposing worldviews are discussed throughout the course so students might see the truth of Scripture in light of scientific study. Theories of biological origins, current advances in biotechnology, environmental issues, and their social implications are presented from secular and biblical perspectives.
  • In addition to lectures and class discussions, other activities include lab experiments, microscopy, and dissections - all designed to enhance comprehension of concepts learned.
  • There will be opportunities to hone research and oral presentation skills in preparation for collegiate work: a persuasive outline on creation vs. evolution and two short scientific papers, one on a biotechnology topic of their choice (fall semester) and a human body disease/disorder (spring semester).
  • Special projects will include collection and classification of leaves and wildflowers to develop in students a greater awareness of beauty, order, and design in nature.
  • Parents will partner with Mrs. Miller to ensure their student’s success. Please check the class website weekly and oversee student’s homework and completion of assigned tasks.  For more information on the class, visit:  https://sites.google.com/view/prepbiology-lmiller.

Additional Course Information

  • This course will earn 1 high school honors credit in science.
  • Geometry, though not a prerequisite, is the recommended math to accompany biology.
  • Class meets for three (3) hours once a week:
    • Cypress/NW campus - Wednesday, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
    • Katy/West campus - Thursday, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
  • Textbooks: Bob Jones 5th Edition Biology (ISBN: 160682936X) and Biology Laboratory Manual (ISBN: 1628560231).  Purchase student materials only.
  • Tuition: $650/year or 10 monthly payments of $65
  • Laboratory Fee: $90 (one-time fee). The Laboratory Fee and Mrs. Miller’s Science Form must be received before a student’s place will be held in class. The Lab Fee is non-refundable after August 1.
  • Withdrawal Fee after September 30, 2021 is 3 months’ tuition.

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