Monday classes for teens:
10:15-11:15 World Geography/Comparative Cultures & Religions (Hood) Age 13 and up. Should be grounded in their own beliefs and be ready to examine other belief systems from the standpoint of Christian truth. Some short oral reports and/or group reports will be expected. $40/month.
11:30-12:30 Algebra I (Pat Phillips) Two days a week. Monday and Wed. Students should be proficient in basic math; younger than age 14 requires permission. $50/month
11;30-12:30 Art & Art History (Casey Malik) Roughly 7th through 9th grade. $40/month plus a $25/semester supply fee.
11;30-12:30 Creative Writing (Hood) Age 13 and up. Short story writing, poetry, plays, screenwriting $40/month
1:00-2:00 Math Games & Projects (Sherry Hutchins) Roughly grades 3-6. Fun projects and games to help students build basic skills and learn to enjoy math. $35/month
2:15-3:15 Swimming Creatures (based on Apologia) (April Ransom). Grades 3-6. Based on the apologia unit study (book is not required; recommended for additional work at home). $35/month plus $15 supply fee. In spring semester, we will do the land creatures unit.
2:15-3:15 Creative Writing & Illustrating (Hutchins) Roughly grades 3-6. Emphasis will be on writing, with some art/illustrating woven in. $35/month
Classes for Teens on Tuesdays
10:15-11:15 Algebra 2 (Hood) Meets twice a week, Tues and Thurs. $50/month
10:15-11:15 Beginning Japanese (Emily Aleander-Peach) Age 13 and up; can be used for high school credit; $40/month
11:15-12:15 Geometry (Hood) Meets twice a week. Tues and Thurs. $50/month
11:15-12:15 Intermediate Japanese (Peach) Instructor permission required $40/month
12:30-1:30 Beginning Spanish (Ana Escobar) Age 13 and up. Can be used as high school credit. $40/month
2:00-3:00 Elementary Spanish (Escobar) Approximately grades 3-6. Intro to the language and Hispanic culture ($35/month)
2:00-3:00 Life Science for elementary grades (fall only) (Kristyne Bryant) Approximately grades 3-6. This class will primarily focus on the systems and organs of the student body and will include hands on experiences Due to the age group, the reproductive system will not be included. In the spring semester, a physical science class will be offered at this same time slot. $35/month
Wednesday Classes for Teens:
9:00-10:00 Life Science - Hands on experiences in zoology and botany. (Kristy Short) Approx. 7-9 grade. $45/month, includes lab fee.
10:15-11:15 Physical Science (Kristy Short) Approximately grades 8-9. Can be used as high school credit. $45/month includes lab fee.
11:30-12:30 Algebra I (Phillips) See Monday. Two days a week.
11:30-12:30 Preparation for Algebra (K. Short). Approx grades 6-8. Will present topics, have some hands-on activities, and help students with homework when requested. Students will be doing whatever curriculum their parents choose at home. (We will make suggestions if you want us to!) This is intended as supplemental assistance to help students prepare for algebra, improve their speed and understanding, and overcome any math anxiety. $40/month
12:45-1:45 Beginning French (Short) Age 13 and up. Can be used for high school credit. $40/month
Note: If there is sufficient interest, Mary Hood will teach an SAT prep class in January and February. Most likely time is Wed morning from 10-12.
Lego Robotics Program:
10:00-12:00 Lego Robotics Rookie Team Ages 10-14 (Mischa Holt) $50/month Class starts first week of August, runs through the end of January. Some competitions are on Saturdays. Requires participation in summer camp, July 10-14, 1:00-4:00 five day camp, $150 cost for camp.
1:00-3:00 Lego Robotics Veteran Team. Ages 10-14. (Mischa Holt). By invitation only. Requires one year previous competition experience. $50/month. begins first week of August, runs through the end of January.
Thursday Classes for Teens
9:00-10:00 Chemistry with lab (Short) High school level. Students should have taken Algebra 1. $45/month plus $25/semester lab fee.
10:15-11:15 Biology with lab (Christopher Lee) High school level. $45/month plus $25 semester lab fee.
10:15-11:15 Algebra 2 (Hood) Two days a week. See Tuesdays.
10:15-11:15 Political Science (fall); Economics & Personal Finance (spring). (K. Short), $40/month
11:15-1215 Geometry (Hood) See Tuesday. Two days a week.
11:30-12:30 Composition & American Literature (Short) $40/month
11:30-12:30 Anatomy & Physiology (with lab) (Lee) Upper level high school course. HIghly recommended for medical fields. $45/month plus $25/semester lab fee.
ASL (American Sign Language) Program Instructor is Deaf; has a lot of experience teaching hearing individuals.
12:45-1:45 Intermediate Level ASL. (Terri Jackson) Instructor's permission required. $40/month
2:00-3:00 Introduction to ASL (Any age, elementary to adult. Students 9 or younger may only take if their parent also takes the class with them) $35/month
We had a small support group 2016-2017, but need more leaders to step forward to continue this program and hopefully expand it. We would like to have one Friday mornings for families with young children (up to about grade 2), and another in the afternoon for upper elementary/middle school age kids. Hopeful plans include one park day a month, one field trip a month, and two Fridays making use of the facilities for co-op style activities. Occasional mom’s night out activities if desired. If interested, contact Mary Hood to stay in the loop as plans are made. Email her at email@example.com. Let her know if you are interested in taking a leadership role. At least 2-3 committed leaders per group will be necessary to make this happen.