To find out more about our classes you will need to look at the tab "SCHEDULE" as well as use this page, "CLASSES".
Below you will find descriptions of our classes. If you want details about a specific class the courses are listed below with links so you can find out more about each class. Times for each class are also available the tab "SCHEDULE." On that page you will find a master grid that will post the times classes are scheduled. On that page the grids are broken down by age groups to be able to see all the classes available for that age group in one place. A link is also available on that page to the class descriptions.
Near the bottom of this page you will find a grid labeled "Scope and Sequence." This grid is intended as a guideline for what is typically taught at what age based on traditional school schedules. This is by no means intended to imply that this is the only sequence courses may be taken in or that these are the only classes that fill particular graduation requirements. Enrolled families may request a curriculum conference if you need assistance.
High School students should select the 6 links below that list courses by subject. Electives, English/Language Art, History, Foreign Languages, Math and Science. They may also select the last link "List of all courses by Subject with Times and Fees"
Students may select 1 class or up to 6 classes. Click on the age or subject to see a class schedule and a description of each class offered.
Please see "Schedule" for additional information regarding classes and times.
In an effort to accommodate the large number of students registered for classes we have expanded our course offerings. Please be aware that many of these classes will fill early so please be prepared to indicate a second choice of classes when completing online class selection. Priority will be given to students registered for a full day of classes. A full day is considered at least 4 classes.
Please remember students must be in a class at ALL times. Study Hall is not available for students under 12. Parents must pick up students as soon as their last class is over. If students register for classes that are not consecutive parents will be required to pick up students between classes.
Study Hall is available for students over 12 only. We have limited class space and are using all available spaces to accommodate students. Parents will not be permitted to stay on campus between classes with siblings not enrolled in classes. We do not have a playroom or space for parents to do homework with siblings that are not in a class. The public library is located very close (less than 8 minutes away) and can accommodate families that would like to have a space to work between classes. We do encourage parents to stay on campus that are willing to volunteer and assist us in providing services to our students.
The Scope and Sequence below is intended as a guideline for what is typically taught at what age based on traditional school schedules. This is by no means intended to imply that this is the only sequence courses may be taken in or that these are the only classes that fill particular graduation requirements. Enrolled families may request a curriculum conference if you need assistance.
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Literature Adventures Literature Discussion
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