Our homeschool enrichment program uses unit studies and block-style scheduling. Our teaching style is process not product oriented. We do not test or grade. We encourage peer support and offer positive motivation. Our children learn to love learning.
The classes offered in the morning are Art, Science, Language Arts/Literature and Focus Studies, which is a Mindful approach to Social-Emotional topics, History, STEM, and Social Studies. Parents with children in K-5th grade would only need to supplement writing, spelling/phonics, and some additional math at home on their child’s level.
Each subject is explored for the 2 hour class period for 4 weeks within the unit. In the middle of each class, the group will go outside for Nature Observation or a brain break. There are 16 unit weeks and one week before and after each unit week for a total of 18 classes.
Full classes are taught outside when conditions permit. Classes do not assign homework. Children are grouped in multi-graded sections.
Units covered in full day programs including morning and afternoon enrichment drive a full curriculum for the year for middle school learners.
See the full schedule for this year’s semesters:
In the afternoon, you may choose to enroll in a
- Spanish class
- Skillful Play which features Mindful Nature Art, Mind-Body Awareness/Training, Performance Arts and/or Public Speaking, and Gameschooling.
Children will keep a master record of all their work that you get to take home at the end of the year. Instructors will email weekly class summaries that explain what your child learned — these summaries are great resources to document your homeschooling progress.
We are now also offering virtual access to enrichment classes. We will send materials lists to parents in advance of lessons so that materials may be prepared by you for your child. Virtual sessions will consist of two 40-minute virtual meetings with a 10 minute break in between.
What do classes look like?
Are you curious about what happens on a typical day? Check out these posts featuring each multi-graded group: