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Our academic year is divided into three trimesters (fall, winter, spring) with breaks totaling 36 weeks. At the start of each trimester, classes are chosen. To enroll, families must registe, submit class fees, and sign a media waiver per unschooler. Classes are structured ideally for unschoolers ages 6-10.
We all know that reading delivers excellent foundations in etymology, information processing, phonics, reading strategies, linguistics and communication skills. In these classes our unschoolers will grasp those concepts while completing unit studies and novel studies.
Math skills are key to the self-sufficiency of any unschooler. That is exactly why our math classes strive to help unschoolers master the order of operations, place value, time, fractions, and measurements. Oh yes, let's not forget, financial literacy.
Let's agree know by saying that science is rooted in every part of our lives. Our science classes deliver strong foundations and concepts in biological science, chemistry, physics, and earth sciences to unschoolers who are looking to careers in science.
We introduce unschoolers to the basics of writing. In these classes, they focus on the 5-paragraph essay format approaching expository, narrative, descriptive and persuasive forms. Unschoolers also learn concepts for writing short stories, essays, letter writing, and poetry.
Our unschoolers understand creative applications and strategic principles of design and innovation. That is exactly why in these classes, they complete projects focusing on both mechanical and electrical engineering, marine science, coding and more. Hey, why not explore the metaverse?
Give unschoolers a solid foundation in geography in the United States and abroad. In these classes, our unschoolers discuss and explore various cultures and heritages, countries and principalities. Our unschoolers will practice and develop mapping skills to assist during travel. We might even take a road trip to a new place. Besides, who doesn't love to travel?
Stop! Remember this fact. To know history is to make better decisions for your life and others. These classes offer a solid foundation in African American, Hispanic, and Asian history and culture in the United States and abroad. Our unschoolers complete projects and discover various concepts including: citizenship, voting rights, civil rights and liberties, and leadership development.