We encourage parents to contact the on-campus teacher by email, text, or phone with any questions. Parents may also choose to interact with other parents from their child's class to swap ideas and tips. We will also organize get togethers for parents to connect and network.
The amount of time spent on lessons at home on Tuesday and Thursday depends on many factors, including family size, your student's age and maturity, learning style and speed, and family dynamics. It is important to remember that there is no evening homework assigned. Based on our experience, all of the below real-world time estimates
Parents assume the role of "co-teacher" for the younger grades. The on-campus teacher introduces new concepts in class, and provides detailed lesson plans and a checklist for each subject that parent co-teachers use at home with their student(s). Parents are provided everything they need in a detailed, guided fashion. In the older grades, as students
For grades 4 and below, Fridays are a “flex day” which are used for completing reading assignments or other projects. For Grammar students, the Friday course load is usually one hour or less. Beginning in 5th grade, students have assignments on Fridays, though the load is often less than on other weekdays. If coursework is
Each week is split among on-campus days and at-home days. Mondays/Wednesdays are full days on campus with trained teachers covering all subjects in a classroom setting. Tuesdays/Thursdays are at-home days during which a parent co-teacher follows provided lesson plans to reinforce learning. Fridays are flex days for completing assignments, working on projects, catching up on
Our teachers are degreed professionals who love children and have a gifting and passion for teaching. They must also fully and joyfully subscribe to our Statement of Faith, complete a thorough background check, and take part in MinistrySafe screening and training.