About: This is hands on, experiential learning for middle and high-school homeschooling students (7th-12th Grade) that incorporates math, science, art, social studies, the Bible, and English into farm-based learning. Classes will include working with animals, starting plants in the greenhouse, and an end of year project selling products (plant starts, art, etc.) at the Farmer's Market.
Students will be developing study skills, work ethic, accountability, and character. This program is designed to show students how to work through a project from start to finish with planning, organization, problem-solving, research, and team work. Incorporating the belief that education is more than text books and tests, this program helps students become stronger learners.
Students may also be enrolled in Academy Northwest for credit but it is not required (separate fee for ANW).
Schedule: Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday 9:30-12:00 Classes will begin in October and run through May. Classes will be in 6 week segments, with breaks for parent-teacher conferences between. A schedule of classes and breaks will be provided.
Fees: $200/month per student $250/month for ANW students OR students needing grades for transcripts and program planning. Tuition is due at the beginning of the month.