Schoolhouse Teachers

Are You Up for the Challenge?

Many of us thrive on challenge, whether it be challenging ourselves or competing against someone else. The newest challenge for you on is the weekly Photography Challenge with Michele Peterson. Perhaps you have a son or daughter who previously enjoyed Michele’s thirty-week Photography course (or maybe you took it yourself). Well, Michele has returned

The Sky’s the Limit

As a parent, it is fun to listen to little ones talk about what they want to be when they grow up. It is also very exciting when your teenager makes a decision about what he/she wants to study in college. wants to encourage your students to be thinking about all of the possibilities

Just a Little Bit Each Day

Why do we let ourselves get to the point we feel overwhelmed? Some of it may have to do with priorities. How do we start our days? Something that might help is spending time with God before everyone wakes up, before the texts start pinging, before you need to teach your children. Joy in the

Code Breakers

Do you ever wish you could decipher code? Oh, I know, you’re not a spy. What if I told you there are things in this world that need the help of a code breaker? How about computer programming languages? Christ Yust, in his Computer Science course, teaches middle and high school students how to break

Oh, the Drama!

Do you have teenagers or overly dramatic elementary school students? has courses that will help them to channel that dramatic flair. Simply Shakespeare, under the Dailies tab, is taking a look at King Lear. Students will gain an understanding of this great tragedy and have an opportunity to act it out. Lapbooking with Kimm

More than Just Art

The art courses on’s are taught by master artists. Brenda Ellis, developer of ARTistic Pursuits art curriculum, currently teaches Art Techniques. She has taught high school, middle school, and upper elementary students how to handle various mediums such as tempera paint, watercolors, chalk pastels, oil pastels, colored pencils, and more. More than just that,

A Two-Course Meal

Okay, a two-course meal doesn’t sound like much, I know. But wait until you see what those courses are! First up, we have the Monthly Menu, found under “Supplementary Curriculum” on the Family/For Parents tab. There is a dish for nearly every day such as Garlic Cream Sauce with Noodles, Diddle Diddle Dumplin’, Grandma’s Stove

Yesteryear for the Youngsters

History isn’t just for high schoolers and adults. Get children started early with a love for history with ABC with Me under the Dailies tab. While little ones learn their letters, they can learn the stories of some famous historical figures with hands-on activities, picture books, and various internet activities. This month children will learn

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