Manheim Area Christian Homeschoolers
We are a 26-week academic co-op where your child will receive the necessary instruction for science and history as well as writing and literature for upper classes. Your child will enjoy class interaction and learn to be responsible to another teacher. Moms enjoy connecting and supporting one another in our family atmosphere. An option for high school students to attend without parental participation is also available.
We are no longer accepting new applicants for
2023-2024 School Year
Check back for our 2024 Spring Open house dates if you are interested!
Any questions please reach out to:
Sara Gantz saraNgantz0410@gmail.com or 717-821-9853
Our 2023-2024 school year dates
September 12, 19,26
October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
November 7, 14, 21
January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
February 6,13, 20, 27
March 5 (Spring Break/Snow Make-up Day), 12, 19, 26
April 2, 9, 16
Receive teaching of history from K- 6th grade, with a 4th grade emphasis on PA History.
Are taught all areas of science, with class time dedicated to lab work, “hands-on-activities”, and special in-depth unit studies.
Participate in year-long gym classes, and are instructed in a variety of group sports, learning teamwork, listening skills, coordination, and agility. At-home physical fitness is also encouraged. Log sheets and tests are optional but make great additions to the homeschool portfolio.
In addition to the morning classes of history, science, and gym, students may choose to participate in afternoon electives such as art, life skills, Lego club, music, and drama.
Junior and Senior High Students
Students completing our regular rotation of morning courses, will receive all the credits needed to fulfill the homeschool law in the area of Science, English, and Social Studies.
Areas of science which are taught: Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Anatomy & Physiology
Social Studies rotation includes: Early American History, Renaissance & Reformation, World Geography, Modern World History with World Religions, Personal Finance (economics), Government/Civics, and Psychology.
Our English rotation includes a strong writing component in the junior high years, including instruction in writing a research paper. Grade appropriate novels are read and analyzed. Students will also learn speech skills and give oral presentation. High school students rotate through the following three courses: English with an American Literature emphasis, English with a British Literature emphasis, and English with a World Literature Emphasis. High schoolers will continue to sharpen their written communication skills, as well as their oral communication skills through both individual and group presentations.
Students may participate in additional afternoon electives, such as art, debate, volleyball, and music/drama. Math classes are also available at this level.