Look through the course & club catalog to find brief descriptions of each class.

Class Information

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New clubs and classes start in January!!

10 years old and Under

ART CLUB: Create, paint, and draw. Create original art, through prompts and instruction. Make friends to share your art with.

BOOK CLUB K-3: In this weekly book club, learners will read books and have books read to them each week developing their phonics, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary skills while enjoying a friendly social club.

BOOK CLUB 4-8:In this ongoing Book Club, students will have fun discussing, with their friends, the novels via a book club format. They will learn how reading opens new worlds for them as well as strengthen reading comprehension skills.

MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB 1: We will enjoy learning about music and different instruments. Come play the recorder with us! This will be a fun interactive class!  Typically this is K-3.

MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB 2: We will enjoy music and songs from different eras and learn about the instruments that were used in those time periods. This will be a fun interactive class! 4-8

NATURE SCIENCE CLUB 1: A fun interactive, social club that will study different subjects each month on grade level. It will take your children deeper into the wonderful world of nature!! K-3

NATURE SCIENCE CLUB 2: A fun interactive, social club that will study different subjects each month on grade level. A wonderful hands on experience for 4-8

NEW  Crafting Club:   Students will be able to choose the crafts they would like to make. There will be a variety of crafts available from simple paper & foam board to ceramic and wood. We will make seasonal items as well as gift items.

Classes

 NEW Ancient World History: In this class, students will use a lapbook or notebooking format to learn about the Ancient World. They will look at how each part of the Ancient World evolved into our world today. Culture clothing , families, government and so much more.

It will be a fun class with Dr. Kate!

NEW Folktales, Fairy Tales, and Fables: In each class we will delve into a new folktale, fairy tale or fable, sometimes comparing and contrasting different versions of a story from different parts of the world. We will discuss themes, archetypes, cultural references, and what can be learned from the various iterations of classic stories through the ages.  

CURSIVE WRITING: Students wishing to learn cursive writing will be given weekly instruction and daily assignments.

LEARN TO READ: This class will cover the basics of reading with daily assignments to take home. An entertaining way to learn to read with fun games and puzzles.

MULTIPLICATION AND BASIC MATH: This class will teach the math skills that so often cause children to struggle in math. 

READING COMPREHENSION: Read high-interest articles suitable for the students reading level to develop better reading comprehension.

10 Years old and Up

ART CLUB: Create original art through instruction using a different medium and studying the masters.  Students will be given the opportunity to create a large canvas. A fine arts credit will be given.

BOOK CLUB: In this ongoing weekly tween book club, students will independently read the scheduled book and come to class ready to discuss, laugh, and strengthen reading comprehension skills. Typically 5-8

BOOK CLUB 2 (Advanced): In this ongoing weekly teen book club, students will independently read the scheduled book and come to class ready to discuss, laugh, and strengthen reading comprehension skills. They will follow a Study Guide for their books to earn a high school credit

COOKING CLUB: Learn the basics of cooking and try new recipes in an environment that will be fun, social and safe! This class will be expanded for the high school students.

 

NATURE SCIENCE CLUB: A fun interactive, social club that will study different subjects each month on grade level. It will take your children deeper into the wonderful world of nature!

NEW  Crafting Club:   Students will be able to choose the crafts they would like to make.  There will be a variety of crafts available.  We will make seasonal items as well as gift items. This will be a more advanced Crafting Club where students will learn different techniques.

 

NEW: Science and Engineering Club: Students will have STEAM Challenges each week to solve as a team! This club will build teamwork and problem-solving skills.

Classes

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY : This class will feature labs and will use Apologia curriculum. A credit will be given

NEW: Folktales, Fairy Tales, and Fables: In each class we will delve into a new folktale, fairy tale or fable, sometimes comparing and contrasting different versions of a story from different parts of the world. We will discuss themes, archetypes, cultural references, and what can be learned from the various iterations of classic stories through the ages.  

NEW  Build Your Own Country: In this class we will explore the basic concepts of government and civics. We will discuss different types of governments and their effects on the citizenry as we strive to create our own fictional country. The class will work together to discover which form of government will best suit our country. The class will work toward developing  a constitution, laws and a judicial system; designing currency, a flag, a national anthem or pledge. Discussing and implementing systems for addressing the concerns of the citizenry. We will use real world and historical examples to guide us in our understanding of concepts as we strive to develop and implement those ideas in our own fictional country. 

NEW United States History: This US History class is like no other history class! It is a fun class taught in a way that is not boring to students. Through the use of a book  (not textbook) and games. A credit will be given for this class.

NEW Manners & Etiquette : This class will cover Polite Behavior, Social Graces, Formal  Manners as well as learning how to handle situations in a socially acceptable manner.

HOME ECONOMICS : A fun interactive consumer science class. That focuses on Real Life Skills every boy and girl need to know to live on their own. A credit will be given for this class.

ART CURATOR: This is an exciting class that will be a study of pieces of art with projects assigned. 1 fine arts credit will be given

CREATIVE WRITING : Students will discuss and use a variety of literary devices, various artistic forms, and short exercises to explore and develop their writing potential both individually and within a group setting. Students will be required to keep a writing journal for both in class and at home use for the duration of the session. A credit will be given for this class.

CURSIVE WRITING: Students wishing to learn cursive writing will be given weekly instruction and daily assignments.

MULTIPLICATION AND BASIC MATH: This class will teach the math skills to overcome the obstacles that so often cause children to struggle in math.

READING COMPREHENSION: Read high-interest articles suitable for the students reading level to develop better reading comprehension.