In the most traditional way, we are a co-op. Our classes are run by parents in the program. At the beginning of each year the parents/tutors are trained to lead and given all necessary supplies for each student. This program would not happen without parents who become tutors for their student and the community.
Every family in community uses the set curriculum as their main focus for their homeschool. You are responsible for purchasing all curriculum as well as using it at home. Our job is to equip you for the week and support you throughout the year.
Base Camp: A study of the seven Liberal Arts. Grammar, Dialectic, Rhetoric, Science, Astronomy, Music, & Gymnastics
Camp I: IEW writing program, and Claritas Publishing grammar books.
Camp II and III: A full curriculum guide is provided by our community.
Summit I - IV are our High School equivalent classes. Each one has Latin, Science, Theology, Logic, Debate, Great Books, and Omnibus humanities.
Summit I: American Documents, and US Government focus.
Summit II: Medieval History
Summit III: American History
Summit IV: Ancient History
Base Camp A & B as well as Camp I are NOT drop off programs. Because you are your students primary teacher it is imperative that you are trained for the upcoming week.
Camp II & III and Summit I-IV are drop off programs. Your student can be dropped off and picked up at days end. However, you are still the primary teacher and need to stay on top of his/her work load.
Buy the curriculum
Show up each week with your child
Practice the curriculum at home
Be on time
Help the tutor when necessary
Participate in the community fellowship
Pay your fees on time
Consider tutoring a class.
We offer all our time and teaching for free. There are NO tuition fees.
There is a supply fee for each family, and Insurance fee $125 for the year.