Classes in every subject
Choose from our list of hand-picked classes to help your student achieve their goals and dreams.
The Art of Perspectives
This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of Natural and Linear Perspective. Using a hands-on approach, students will learn the basic concepts and techniques used to create landscapes, houses, towns, cities, forms, and objects.
Drawing with Markers!
This class will introduce students to the magical use of Color! Explore, examine, and apply colored textures to create landscapes and living beings in a 3-D world!
4th Grade Language Arts
Independence! Every school age child longs to be autonomous. This engaging, literature-based Language Arts class will follow the year of total independence experienced by young Sam Gribley in the award-winning classic book "My Side of the Mountain" by Jean Craighead George.
5th Grade Language Arts
Fitting in... that is what being a "tween" is all about... This course will explore the topic of learning to celebrate unconventional personalities by reading/analyzing the book "Fish in a Tree" by Lynda Mullaly Hunt.
The 88-Key Club
Unlock your potential with these keys! The 88-Key Crew is for piano students of all levels to come together to share their talent through the songs they have been working on and to get instruction on any challenges they may be facing relating to the piano. We keep our class sizes small to ensure each child gets the attention they need. For beginners, this is a great and inexpensive way to see if your child is a good fit for this instrument. They will be playing songs within the first month of joining the Crew!
Think drawing is a gift that comes naturally? Learn the basics of drawing and be able to pick up a pencil and draw anything!
Ukulele Club is a safe and vibrant community of ukulele lovers who want to share and get feedback on the songs they have been working on. It is also a place for guidance and education on aspects of the ukulele that are proving challenging to the student.
A-G & HS Electives
Immunology and Disease
This class will study the function and structures of immune systems in organisms. We will look at the human immune system and its role in creating defense forces for the body to fight disease.
The Italian Supper Club
Yes, kids can cook dinner, with a little help from one of our favorite countries ~ Italy! Join the Italian social supper club and each week your child makes an Italian-style dish. Chef Nina leads the class instruction from her home kitchen. Imagine ~ dinner cooked one night a week by your child. So divine!
Intro To Robotics
Get your child started on their journey into engineering! Students in this class will learn about the different aspects of robotics including: mechanical engineering/industrial design, electrical engineering, and software engineering/coding. Students will use this knowledge to build, wire, and program their own robot.
A-G & HS Electives
Fine Art Foundations
If you think drawing is a gift, you’ll be surprised to find that it is a skill that can be developed with practice! Learn the tools or “elements” an artist uses, and how to combine them in a variety of ways or “principles” to create compelling pieces of artwork.
P is for Pikachu: Learning Phonics with Popular Culture!
Does your child struggle with reading but loves cartoons, movies, and games? This class for young readers uses popular culture references, like Pokemon, Spongebob, and Bluey to teach phonics and beginning reading!
Adventures in Acting: Intermediate to Advanced
Casting Director Chris Gilmore and Director Leo Gilmore lead kids and teens through a FUN but challenging learning adventure for film, TV, and Commercials, from Dramatic and Comedic Scene Study to Comedy Improvisation!
Cell Biology - General
We will study the structure and function of the cell in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. This class will include the structure of the cell as well as the cell cycle and cellular communication.
- Overview, Cell Structure & Cell Function
- Cell Structure and Function Cont. & Cellular Respiration
- DNA, RNA, & Chromosomes
- Cell Growth, Mitosis, & Meiosis
- Transcription & Translation
- Cell Cycle Regulation, Stem Cells, & Cancer
A-G & HS Electives
Studio 37: A-G* Algebra 1
Studio 37: Algebra 1 provides a standard-based, technology-rich, small group and 1-on-1 instruction to support your student’s unique learning needs. We allow registrations throughout the entire semester, so if you're interested, enroll now!
Journey into the Human Body
Take a journey into the human body to learn the ins and outs of how we work!
Reading, Writing, and Pokemon
Kids love Pokemon! Let’s use this fun, engaging topic to learn about Language Arts! This story-based Language Arts class will
use games and other fun activities (like mnemonic devices and graphic
organizers) to cover Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Learn how to draw realistic portraits that capture the essence of your subject.
This course is an in-depth study of the portrait, including the ways to achieve the spark of life through emotions.
Essay Writing 2: Mastering the 4 Most Common Essay Types
This class is part two of the Essay Writing Series. After completing the course “Mastering the 5 Paragraph Essay in 6 Easy Lessons”, this course expands the student's essay-writing skills to include the most common types of essays.
*This course can be taken without taking the first essay writing class
6th Grade Language Arts
GAMES! Kids love to play games - board games, video games, you name it. Your student will love this class that explores literature by reading about the ultimate game! We are reading "Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library" by Chris Grabenstein.
Scientific exploration is as natural to kids as playing and in this class we will explore the amazing variety included in the sciences. This class is perfect for the elementary student who is interested in exploring science at a more in-depth level than that offered in a typical science curriculum.
When the Animals Talk
When the Animals Talk is a literary adventure and exploration of stories in which the authors have chosen to write from the perspective of the animal kingdom. We examine why the authors might have chosen animals to do their bidding, as we learn about literary devices such as symbolism and metaphors, both intended and fortuitously inadvertent. Best suited for high school and middle school students.
Art Basics for Beginners
Think drawing is a gift that comes naturally? Learn the basics of drawing while completing fun, exciting and colorful projects!