The Christian Writer's Manual of Style has a comprehensive list of what religious terms should be capitalized. Here are a few examples: * Bible and Scripture are capitalized, but biblical and scriptural are not. Similarly, capitalize the Almighty but not almighty God.
Likewise, is freshman a proper noun?
“Freshman” is the singular noun: “Birgitta is a freshman at Yale.” “Freshmen” is the plural: “Patricia and Patrick are freshmen at Stanford.” But the adjective is always singular: ”Megan had an interesting freshman seminar on Romanesque architecture at Sarah Lawrence.”
Are class titles capitalized?
Also, names of school subjects (math, algebra, geology, psychology) are not capitalized, with the exception of the names of languages (French, English). Names of courses are capitalized (Algebra 201, Math 001). You should capitalize titles of people when used as part of their proper name.
Do you capitalize senior in high school?
Do not capitalize classes of students in a college or high school, and the words freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate. Example: The senior class donated a special gift. Common noun elements should only be capitalized when part of an official title.