Schoolhouse Teachers

The Sound of Music

Saturday, 18 October 2014 by

The hills are alive … well, maybe just your home. Do your kids love music? Do they keep begging you to learn a new instrument or to be able to take lessons? As part of your membership, they can take those lessons. We’ve got Beginning/Intermediate Guitar with recording artist Jerry Jennings. His passion is

A New Way of Speaking

Friday, 17 October 2014 by

Through, students can learn a new language. Hands-on Hebrew with Evonne Mandella is a fun way to learn one of the original languages of Scripture. During the course of this 16-week class, Evonne teaches elementary through high school students words for family members, parts of the body, clothing, times of day, seasons, etc., through

Remembering the Past

Thursday, 16 October 2014 by

So much history has taken place, there are virtually endless possibilities when it comes to studying it. Renaissance History with Rhonda Clark is a full-year course for students in upper elementary through high school. Beginning with Italy in the 1100s, students will learn about the region and powerful families before traveling to England where English,

Zoologists and Entomologists Unite!

Wednesday, 15 October 2014 by

There is a place where you all can learn about the creatures you love— Two of our newest courses are Animal Science with Sonya Brouillette and Bug Science with Rosemary Pagano. Animal Science is a full-year course for middle school and high school, while Bug Science is a 14-week course designed like a unit study

The Created Things

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 by

Many of our classes here at give children the opportunity to create with their hands. This provides an extra level of learning with the goal of greater retention. Offering more than a full semester’s worth of lessons, Tinkers* Club with Ed Sobey is one such class. To the delight of students and parents alike

Learn Something Extraordinary

Monday, 13 October 2014 by

When something is beyond ordinary, it is extraordinary. Think about the vastness of the universe and everything that is in it. It stretches our imagination and our ability to comprehend. You could say it is extraordinary. Under the Dailies tab, you can study our universe by following along with Everyday Astronomy. Learn about constellations and

Don’t Forget Your Supplements!

Saturday, 11 October 2014 by

While full-year courses are necessary, sometimes it is nice to have a little extra help via supplemental courses. One of these is Algebra for Kids with Bob Hazen. If you are looking for extra practice for your child who is embarking on the journey that is algebra, you will find weekly worksheets to supplement the

History for the Wee Ones

Friday, 10 October 2014 by

ABC with Me is a fun weekly series found under the Dailies tab. As children learn their letters, they also learn about the lives of historical figures. A was for Abraham Lincoln, and Z will be for Zachary Taylor. Children are presented with facts and fun activities, like visiting an online museum, to help them