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Distance Support Classroom - Full Day/9weeks

$1,755
Calendar Current session started Aug 17, 2020 at 9 am, runs for 9 weeks

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have opened up more classrooms and instructors to provide virtual instruction and hybrid classes. This Distance Learning Support Classroom is for students attending traditional school who need a supervised learning environment while schools buildings are closed. Our Distance Learning Support Classroom is for K-12 students and classes will be divided by grade range. This supervised learning environment allows them to participate in their virtual classrooms and receive individualized assistance from our degreed instructors and facilitators. Once school work is completed, students have access to additional fun learning objects, manipulatives, microscopes and science equipment, etc. Classrooms are open from 9:00am-4:00pm and have a 12:1 ratio between students and instructor.

This registration is for 9 weeks from 9:00am-4:00pm Monday through Friday. Tuition of $195 will be charged weekly.

Single full-day($50) and half-day($24) registrations are also available. Please contact us to check availability.

Click here to see our half-day classroom listing.

Students enrolled in the Distance Support Classroom are eligible to attend any homeschool programs at a 15% discount.

Please note this photo is an example of one of our classrooms prior to the pandemic. Click here to read our COVID-19 procedures.

 

 

Distance Support Classroom - Half Day/9 weeks

$1,080
Calendar Current session started Aug 17, 2020 at 9 am, runs for 9 weeks

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have opened up more classrooms and instructors to provide virtual instruction and hybrid classes. This Distance Learning Support Classroom is for students attending traditional school who need a supervised learning environment while schools buildings are closed. Our Distance Learning Support Classroom is for K-12 students and classes will be divided by grade range. This supervised learning environment allows them to participate in their virtual classrooms and receive individualized assistance from our degreed instructors and facilitators. Once school work is completed, students have access to additional fun learning objects, manipulatives, microscopes and science equipment, etc. Classrooms are open from 9:00am-4:00pm and have a 12:1 ratio between students and instructor.

This registration is for a full 9 week semester from 9:00am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-4:00pm Monday through Friday. Tuition of $120 will be charged weekly.

Single full-day($50) and half-day($24) registrations are also available. Please contact us to check availability.

Click here to see for our full-day classroom listing.

Students enrolled in the Distance Support Classroom are eligible to attend any homeschool programs at a 15% discount.

Please note this photo is an example of one of our classrooms prior to the pandemic. Click here to read our COVID-19 procedures.

 

 

Python Programming II - Code Bot
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Python Programming II - Code Bot

$240

with Cody Hutcheson

In our third Python programming course for middle school and high school, students will continue learn to write in one of the world's premier programming languages, using an innovative hardware microcomputer and challenging, relevant projects. This 18 week course will establish a robust foundation in computer programming, and teach good coding habits from the start.

We utilize the Firia Labs learning platform, CodeSpace & CodeBot, which features intuitive error messaging, and a professional debugger, so students are empowered to diagnose and correct their own errors before asking for help, while step-by-step coding lessons, and open-ended projects allow students to work at their own pace.

Pokémon Economics- Club
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Pokémon Economics- Club

$145

with Karl Liggin

Economics is described as the science of choice, centered on the principle that society has unlimited wants that depend on scarce resources. 

In this club, teens will learn about economic concepts through an analysis of the online Pokémon card game and its player driven market system. Concepts such as fiat currency, supply & demmand, market equilibrium, opportunity costs, and trade will be discussed by the class as they observe trends in the game economy over time.

This 12 week club is for grades 6-8. Students will be expected to have permission from parents to play the Pokémon Trading Card Game online (no extra cost) outside of class at least a couple hours a week in order for students to build up virtual items of value to analyze and discuss in class.

Cricut: Design and Make Club

$231

with Nicholle Nizer

Calendar Current session started Sep 9, 2020 at 4 pm, runs for 8 weeks

In this Cricut Club for middle school and high school, we will create personalized projects with the Cricut Maker Machine. The Cricut Maker cuts, writes, and scores hundreds of materials–from delicate fabrics and papers to thick leather and balsa wood–in any pattern or image you want. You can design your own projects or download ready-to-use designs, all from right inside the free Cricut Design Space software. We will teach your teen the design application process and provide you with the necessary tools and materials to get creative! Small start-up business ideas and tips will also be available.

Intro to Python Programming Club

$145

with Cody Hutcheson

Calendar Current session started Sep 9, 2020 at 4 pm, runs for 12 weeks

In our Intro to Python club for midde school and up, students will learn to write in one of the world’s premier programming languages, using an innovative hardware microcomputer and challenging, relevant projects. This nineteen week course will establish a robust foundation in computer programming, and teach good coding habits from the start.

We utilize the Firia Labs learning platform, CodeSpace, which features intuitive error messaging, and a professional debugger, so students are empowered to diagnose and correct their own errors before asking for help, while step-by-step coding lessons, and open-ended projects allow students to work at their own pace.

 

CodeBot Programming Club

$145

with Cody Hutcheson

Calendar Current session started Sep 9, 2020 at 5:15 pm, runs for 12 weeks

In our CodeBot Club for middle school and high school, students will continue learn to write in one of the world's premier programming languages, using an innovative hardware microcomputer and challenging, relevant projects. This 12 week club will establish a foundation in computer programming, and teach good coding habits from the start.

We utilize the Firia Labs learning platform, CodeSpace & CodeBot, which features intuitive error messaging, and a professional debugger, so students are empowered to diagnose and correct their own errors before asking for help, while step-by-step coding lessons, and open-ended projects allow students to work at their own pace.

Color Theory and Design

$225

with Grace Lemley

Calendar Current session started Sep 9, 2020 at 6:30 pm, runs for 11 weeks

This course course will explore how psychology, design, and color theory work together in different medias and art forms. Students will explore principles that will then be applied to understand how elements of art make an art piece visually compelling and how the principles of design aid in marketing impact consumers. The students will not only learn the concepts of color theory and design but also the application through media such as paint, photography, laser cutting, and wood burning. Presenting their own art and critique others' artwork will be an important part of this class.

Class Structure: 11 week course, an one hour class a week. Cover color theory over 3 weeks with 2 paint art projects and a critique day, Cover Principles of Design over 3 weeks with 2 photography projects and a critique day, and cover the Elements of Art over 5 weeks focus on 1 art project that uses the laser cutter, drawing, wood burning, and paint. A week dedicated for each media then a critique day.





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