Short answer is, no.
Long answer is this; as a Classical Community we ALL follow the same curriculum during the week at home. On community day we come together to learn about the upcoming week and how to present it to our kids. The Base Camp classes are for the teacher/parent more then for the student, although the student has all the fun during community day.
The older classes, Camp II-Summit IV are a full curriculum, and the expectation is that your student will be in class each week.
Base Camp is lead by a trained Tutor. Occasionally there is a parent who wants to teach the art or science strand.
Camp I is lead by 1 tutor.
Camp II and III are each individual classes with a single tutor.
Summit I-IV are individual classes and have a single tutor.
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
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