Our Enrichment Program for our oldest students, which we call our Osprey group, now features a “Lab” format where students will work independently on Chrome Books in addition to receiving group instruction. Each class will end with a Read Aloud time
This group adopts an unschool approach to learning — with a facilitator following the desires of the learners. We teach the learners how to articulate what they want to learn. We then create a program year plan based on survey
Our Tortoise group enrolls 3rd through 5th graders. These students so named because they are wise and quicker than some may think. Here is an overview of a typical class for this group as summarized by the instructor in the
Our oldest group of students are gaining a strong grasp of academic material. The Osprey group enrolls 6th through 8th graders. These students are challenged to understand the world around them as a series of microcosms that exist within macrocosms. A
Our youngest group, the Preschool ages, are the Salamanders. They are so named because they may be small but they are quick and adaptable. Here’s a summary of a typical class, as described by the instructor in the weekly email
Our Chrysalis class is named for it’s emerging but still protected state. These students are growing their wings while in the care of their community here. What does a day in our K-2 Chrysalis class look like? While every day
Enrollment for 2018-2019 member home school classes is now open. Spaces are still available but limited in certain age groups. Please visit our Enrollment page for details.