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Class​ ​Descriptions
​All classes will meet on Wednesdays and
are $35 unless otherwise noted. 
See schedule and dates at bottom of this page.
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  1. Movies as Literature
    Taught by Mary Bergman This class is designed to help students begin to develop an understanding of the elements of storytelling. In this fun introduction to literary analysis, the students will explore the techniques storytellers used to convey messages and will practice identifying and evaluating these messages. At the heart of all literary analysis are the questions – What do I see in a text? Why and how does the author do this? What is his purpose? These are the questions we will employ as we evaluate the suspenseful movie Rear Window by Alfred Hitchcock. Among other things, we will study plot and character development, tone and mood, theme, setting, irony and figures of speech. Homework commitment: approximately 1 hour per week.
  2. MS Language Exploratory
    Taught by Lucy Gregory, Julianna Moore, and Jeanette Gravitz Each week for three weeks students will be introduced to a different language. One week of Spanish, one week of German and one week of American Sign Language. The fourth and final week will be a cultural gathering where students will be invited to bring a dish to share from their favorite country. “Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.” Rita Mae Brown
  3. Adulting 101for High Schoolers
    Taught by Denise Barisano Join me for a 4 week introductory course into banking basics, budgeting, taxes, debit vs credit cards, the importance of identity protection, loans (secured vs unsecured), the importance of saving (the earlier, the better), investing, charitable giving, college and career planning, and personality tests for choosing compatible careers. “Do not value money for any more nor any less than its worth; it’s a good servant but a bad master.” Alexandre Dumas
  4. Pre-Adulting 101 for Middle Schoolers
    Taught by Denise Barisano “A penny saved is a penny earned” Benjamin Franklin Through activities and role playing, students will be introduced to opportunities for earning money, the importance of saving/charitable giving, checking accounts vs savings accounts, debit cards vs credit cards, the real cost of interest, budgeting, the difference between income and expense, how to write a check, fill out a check register, balance a checkbook, and much more!
  5. CLASSES FOR MOMS! Coffee and Devotions and Yoga for Moms!
    Start your morning out with coffee and fellowship with other homeschool moms. Coffee and treats provided by CCA. Yoga is taught by Tanya Williamson, CYT Join us each week and learn the foundations of yoga while keeping a Christian focus. These classes will give you strength, flexibility, and mind-bod y awareness. Yoga can help you stay flexible and strong without putting added stress on your joints. No matter what your fitness level is, join us for fellowship and learn the many benefits of yoga. COST OF YOGA CLASSES: $25 Please bring your own yoga mat and any props you like for class. If you do not have a met, let me know and one will be provided.
  6. Young Missionaries Club
    Taught by Tanya Williamson We will learn true stories of missionaries around the world. Through the study of their lives, we can grow in our own faith and experience God in ways we can only imagine. As we learn about each missionary, we will "travel" to the different countries and learn both about the culture and geography of many places around the world. This class does require some reading and writing in class so is best for grades 3 - 6.
  1. Homeschool Olympics for K - 2nd Grade
    Children in grades K-2 are welcome to stay with their moms during the first period. The second hour, they can join a celebration of the Olympic Games. Your little ones will enjoy the Olympics while practicing their basic skills: reading, math, number sense, fine motor, art, character-building, comprehension, PLUS many, other engaging activities that will surely enrich the Olympic excitement in your class! In addition to classroom activities, as weather permits, students will be taken outside to "compete" in various games.
  2. Grades 3 - 6 STEM Activities
    Taught by Kristen Brown STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics This class will be a hands on time of learning about levers, towers, bridges, etc. This class has a supply fee of $5 per student in addition to the tuition.
  3. Soldering Projects for Teens
    Taught by Katie Learned Come learn the basics of how to solder. We’ll cover simple circuits, safe practices for working around electricity, and how to handle and use a soldering iron for small projects. In addition, each student will use their new skills to wire a simple, battery powered flip lamp. Bring a small glass jar if desired, or choose at your peril from the teacher’s supply.

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