|Homeschool Art Classes|
|Masters School of Art
Masters School of Art is a non-denominational Christian art school adhering to conservative values. We aim to be above reproach in both curriculum and theory. MSOA Foundational Studies and College Program strongly support the classical arts. Our goal is to teach the secrets of the old masters, bringing back the craft of the Renaissance. Foundational to the visual arts program is representational drawing, the mastery of which opens the door to versatility in subject and medium.
MSOA’s teachers and staff are committed to excellence in teaching and in developing a positive class atmosphere. Small classes and individual attention help each student reach his or her maximum potential.
We aspire to create a school where different disciplines of the arts (drawing, painting, graphics, multimedia, music, dance, drama, film, etc.) work hand in hand, supporting and strengthening one another, and our goal is to use the arts to minister to churches, the community, and the world.
Statement of Faith
MSOA is a Christian art school that holds to the inerrant Word of God. We believe in the whole canon of Scripture, both the Old and New Testaments. We do not add to or take away from the doctrines that are in the Bible. We do not promote teachings that go beyond Scripture. We strongly believe in creation, Scripture as the inspired Word of God, the right to life, the Trinity, the deity of Christ, salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ’s shed blood for us and the resurrection.
Philosophy of Art
Learning from outside enables us to better express what is within. God is the Master Artist. Art takes nature (His creation) as its model. Visual and auditory communication is as much a language as the written and spoken word. What we see and hear provides our vocabulary. The stronger our vocabulary the clearer and more free the expression of our message.
Imagery, melody, and the tongue are the most powerful means of communication. They capture our emotions and our hearts. They are the driving forces of our culture. The body is sacred, as is put forth in the Bible.* Nude life drawing is not necessary. It is not necessary to view the unclothed form to understand and draw the inner skeletal and muscular relationships or to dynamically and accurately compose the human form.
|Homeschool Theater Classes|
|Christian Youth Theater (CYT)
Christian Youth Theater develops character and creativity in kids of all ages through quality theater arts training that brings families and communities together while reflecting the Creator.
*Treat each individual with respect and significance
*Develop character traits including discipline, self-confidence, and integrity
*Bring families together through the use of individual talents and abilities
*Share the love of Christ in word and deed
Welcome to CYT
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is an after-school theater arts training program for students ages 5-18. Since its founding in 1981, CYT has grown to be the largest youth theater program in the nation, with Affiliates across the country training thousands of students a year.
Each local program conducts three ten-week sessions (Fall, Winter, and Spring) teaching drama, voice, dance, and specialty theatrical workshops at weekly two-hour classes. Enrolled students have the opportunity to audition and perform (or work behind-the-scenes) in a Broadway-style musical performed for the community. CYT also offers summer camps for kids ages 5-18, where they will spend a week learning musical theater skills resulting in a showcase performance for family and friends!
CYT stands in the forefront in its commitment to the highest ethical, moral, technical, and artistic standards of excellence. Instructors are professionals, qualified in teaching and/or performing, who understand our mission statement, values, objectives, and goals.
What does CYT Offer?
CYT offers classes over the course of three sessions during the school year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Weekly classes last for two hours and run for ten consecutive weeks. A variety of classes are offered in drama, voice, dance, and specialty classes that vary per session. Class sizes are small and offer supervision both inside and outside the classroom.
For Youth and for You
Journey is a Christ-centered theater arts program that exists to grow youth and their families in character and purpose to be difference-makers in their world.
Journey performs at the highest levels on-stage and off. With more than 80 classes from drama to dance to improv, 12 school-year shows in four locations and summer community theater, Journey is the most dynamic, well-organized theater arts group in our region.
Journey’s professional-quality school-year musicals are exclusively cast with kids ages 8-18. More than 600 area youth conduct 100 performances to bring joy to more than 25,000 ticket holders every year. The cast, crew and production committees are 100% volunteer. Parents and friends of cast members create costumes, sets, props and more, while youth are mentored to become future technicians and artistic directors.
|Student Contest Opportunities|
|Oregon Right to Life - Contest
2019 Theme: Everyone Has A Right To Live
|Conferences & Workshops|
|Oregon Christian Home Education Conference
Homeschooling is an exciting adventure. Just like any adventure, it can be challenging, too. Do you need a boost of encouragement and inspiration? The annual OCEANetwork conference is the largest gathering of homeschoolers in Oregon. There’s nothing quite as energizing as being together with more than 1,000 homeschool parents who are on the same adventure with their families as you are.
|Helpful Homeschool Links|
|Helpful Homeschooling Links
These are just a few helpful websites for homeschooling through highschool and after.
If you have favorite homeschooling links, please send them to any of the FCCT Leadership Team members. We will review and have them posted here too.
|Homeschooling thru High School|
|Why Homeschool Teens?
10 reasons why you might want to consider homeschooling your teen.
Record Keeping Ideas
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|Oregon Guidelines For Homeschooling
|OHEN - Homeschooling in Oregon
Oregon Home Education Network
|Options After High School|
|Gap Year After High School?
Some of the most common gap year plans fit the following profile, with an emphasis on experiential education and challenging comfort zones / sacrifice. Intentional gap years benefit students in some profound ways: Providing clarity and purpose, the student will have a better grasp on what they want to study; Improving earning and business potential with a global background that is tested in the real world; and Improving academic outcomes such as GPA, time-to-graduation, and leadership.
90% of students go on to enroll in a four-year institution within one-year of completing their gap year. Studies have shown that taking a gap year not only are tied to increases in college GPAs, but more significantly is tied to improved job satisfaction [2015 National Alumni Survey]. In short, taking the time to figure out what success looks like is a sure fire way to be directed in achieving it.
Snippet from: Gap Year Association
Includes: Listings found and shared for Christian Gap Year Programs
|Welcome to OSAC!
Welcome to OSAC! - Office of Student Access and Completion
We help Oregon students pursue their college and career goals. With OSAC, you can:
Oregon Opportunity Grant
Oregon Promise Grant - Oregon Promise is a state grant that helps to cover tuition costs at any Oregon community college for recent high school graduates and GED® test graduates.
Apply for Grants » File FAFSA
Oregon National Guard State Tuition Assistance
Apply for OSAC Scholarships
Get Financial Aid