An educational organization designed to provide support and enrichment for home educating families. ACTS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational and admissions policies.
Our classes provide supplemental educational experiences on a weekly basis to enrich and expand the educational plan the home-educating family has for their students. (For example: The parent teaches Apologia Biology curriculum at home; the ACTS Biology class provides the required lab and associated activities in a group setting to supplement this curriculum choice.)
Our classes for grades K-12 offer over 50 elective and academic subjects, and total over 80 in number as many classes are offered more than one class period.
We meet once a week from early September to mid-May.
Our Leadership consists of a self-perpetuating Board of Directors, with members from both the community and from participating ACTS parents; and a group of officers that manage the operational duties of our organization.
Our teachers are all highly qualified and gifted in their areas of expertise, and many home educate their own children.
All Board members, officers and faculty maintain an atmosphere promoting Christian principles.
Participation in ACTS classes includes:
Quality academic courses to enhance the student’s educational experience
Classes offering the opportunity to take a broad range of elective subjects
Valuable experience in a group-learning environment
Weekly connection with other area homeschooled students
Assistance for home-educating parents in curriculum choice and scope/sequence planning
Opportunities requiring large groups not found in a single home-schooling family setting such as chorus, drama productions, team sports.