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Be on the look-out for Fall 2021 class postings in May!

Face coverings will be strongly encouraged in common areas - hallways, bathrooms and halftime.  Once in the classroom, face coverings will be a matter or personal preference unless required by the teacher as stated in the class description.  

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Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith

will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness. 

Colossians 2:7


As shepherds of our children’s education, we will root our children in God’s word and teach, support, and encourage our children in their journey of academic learning and character development so that they will have strong wings to glorify God in their youth and throughout their lives.  

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A checklist for Registration Day

Coming May 12, 2021



Registration for the Fall 2021 will be open Wednesday, May 12, 2021.

Fall Semester will be a 12 week session and will run on Thursdays from 9:00am - 12:40pm


08/05/21   MANDATORY Orientation

09/02/21  First Day of Fall Semester

11/18/21  Last Day of Fall Semester

12/02/20   Make-Up Day - If needed


*Age 4

*Age 4

*Age 4

*Age 4

9:00 - 9:50

first HOUR

Breakfast Club

Chef Jessica Jackson

Parents skip making breakfast each Thursday and have your budding chef or baker join us for our breakfast club. Whether your child is a beginner or more experience in the kitchen this is the perfect class for them. They will feel empowered as they learn how to choose healthy breakfast options and prepare them. These aren't just your ordinary scrambled egg dishes. Chef Jess of Kidinary Academy with a Masters in Culinary Nutrition will teach students how to make a variety of homemade breakfast dishes like Breakfast Tacos (with homemade tortillas), Crepes, Biscuits, Granola, Scones, Pancake Art, and more. ** Please note we are only able to accommodate: nut, dairy, and gluten allergies due to the nature of this class. **

All materials provided

K - 5th Grade

Min. 8  Max. 12


Who HQ

Debbie Spano

Who Is? Who Was? What Was? What Is The Story Of? This class will be exploration of the Who HQ book series which tell the incredible stories of trailblazers, legends, innovators, cool places, and important historical events. A 6-10 book reading list will be sent 2 weeks before the first day of classes, all these books can easily be located at your local library, but reading will not be required. During class, we'll have a fun time reviewing these stories, and the semester will conclude with our class having our very own "History Bee".

Supplies: pencils, erasers, paper

3rd - 6th Grade                    

Min. 8 Max. 14                               


The PC and me

John Garcia

This intro to computers class will show kids how the computer is like the human body, Kids will learn about computer parts and how they work, Binary language, networking and sub-netting, peripherals, mobile devices, internet safety, and security.



3rd - 8th Grade                    

Min. 10 Max. 20                               


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Writing Warriors

Kelley Hafner

This class continues to explore the structure and style from IEW with the theme of modern world history. Every stop on the timeline is an opportunity to learn, explore, and write.

Supplies: Modern World History Based Writing Lessons-Student Book Only This is available via IEW or Amazon. Students will also need a small binder, paper, and clear page protectors.

4th - 6th Grade                    

Min. 5 Max. 12            


World Religions from a Biblical Perspective

Brian Bougher

We are believers in Christ, but we live in a diverse world. Knowing what you believe is crucial and knowing what someone else believes is even better! This is a Christian worldview class which teaches the basics of other world religions: Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Atheism/Agnosticism, and a short overview of minor religions. 1 Peter 3:15 discusses the ability and importance of being able to defend and even reason one’s faith. Knowing what someone else believes makes one’s personal faith stand even stronger.

Supplies: Paper and Writing Utensils, Bible (electronic OR book), Binder

5th - 12th Grade

Min. 6 Max. 18