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Stay Active, Stay Fit

Thursday, 20 November 2014 by

The best way to stay in shape is to stay active. has that covered. Well, we can’t make you move, but we can provide a fun way to stay fit as a family. Family Fitness with Bethany Learn is a class for all ages. Bethany has provided 12 weeks or professional videos, printouts, and

Member Benefits

Wednesday, 19 November 2014 by

Besides the obvious benefit of having over 100 courses available for the entire family for one low annual fee, members receive a wide variety of additional benefits such as Monthly Bonus E-Books. For every month you remain a member (through the first year), you will receive three new downloadable WeE-Books. There are many different topics

Welcome to the Right Side of Your Brain!

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 by

When your middle school and high school students need a break from the rigors of math and science or language arts and history, they can join one of the superb art courses available on Students taking Brenda Ellis’ Art Techniques course will learn how to make colorful arrangements in oil pastel this month. After

Is Starting a Business Logical?

Monday, 17 November 2014 by

So many of us have them . . . those kids who have that overwhelming desire to work, to produce, to make money. Is it logical for our middle school and high school students to start their own business? You betcha. Especially with as a resource. Dana Susan Beasley shares a massive amount of

Different Approaches to Writing

Saturday, 15 November 2014 by

The abundance of writing courses available on means you are sure to find one that will suit your child’s learning style. One of our supplemental gems is Writing: Advertising Copy with Sharon Watson. In three weeks, Sharon provides an introduction to the world of advertising. Students will practice anthropomorphism, comparing and contrasting, and using

Living History

Friday, 14 November 2014 by

Did you know that history is a subject that can be taught using a hands-on approach? has classes that do just that. Led by Sharon Gibson, Hands-On History is found with the supplementary curriculum under both the Pre-K/Elem and Middle/High School tabs. Sharon is spending the months of November and December looking at Thanksgiving

Videomaking and Writing

Thursday, 13 November 2014 by

Evonne Mandella is the immensely talented creator of the course preview videos you will find on She shares her experience and expertise with middle school and high school students in Experience Videomaking. This 18-week course will introduce students to various aspects of creating a video, including such things as mood and atmosphere, music, finding

Know What You’re Talking About

Wednesday, 12 November 2014 by

Unfortunately, most people don’t know what is written in the Constitution. We know those amendments that are the focus of news stories, but we know so very little of the rest of it. Through, high school students can gain an understanding of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Attorney Kevin Mark Smith will be