Classes & Curriculum
Your student’s education plan is up to you. You choose the tools and resources for math, language arts, science, social studies, and electives that you feel best meet your learning goals, and we provide support, collaboration, field trips,
and funding throughout the year to help accomplish your goals.
We reimburse for many curriculum choices, classes and lessons. If you choose curriculum that is not eligible for reimbursement (such as religious materials), we’ll still support you and offer our expertise to help meet
your learning goals. We’ll also help you find other ways to maximize your reimbursements.
Electives are a fantastic way to enrich learning. You choose elective options that work best for your family. Electives can be simple and informal such as art instruction given at home, or you can choose more formal instruction such as piano lessons or a P.E. class. Electives are flexible and can be changed throughout the year as often as you feel necessary.
Whether you're a seasoned homeschooler or just starting your homeschooling journey, mentors are here to help.
Mentors can be a wealth of information as you explore the abundance of resources and make decisions that will
best meet the needs of your family and individual learning styles of your student(s).
*7th and 8th graders have a couple of state requirements which our mentors can explain and help you meet, often in ways you are already doing with your current education plan. Instruction is required in health, P.E., Humanities, and CTE some time during the 7th and/or 8th grade year.
Dual Enrollment is also available to 7th and 8th graders who would like to attend up to two classes at a local public school. Ask us for more details..