Welcome to the Arnold Region Christian Home Educators (ARCHE) website. We represent families from Jefferson County, South County, and the surrounding areas. The purpose of ARCHE is to support Christian parents who are, or will be, educating their children at home. If you are considering ARCHE, we ask that you read the policies and procedures, and most importantly, our constitution. Both of these documents are located three boxes down.
Our physical location:
12995 Tesson Ferry Rd
St. Louis, MO 63128
Our membership calendar year is from July 1 - June 30.
For additional information or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Musical Theater General Information
Auditions for musical theater are the week of July 22nd. Exact dates to be posted soon. One audition will cover both Annie Jr. and Lady Pirates. Julie will cast you in the show of her choosing, but all high school participants are welcomed to participate in both shows. Only one major role will be awarded per show, though.
Casting announcements will be made prior to August 6th. You will enroll in the workshop for which you are casted, or both if you are casted in both shows.
Performance dates: February 7 and 8, 2020 for Annie Jr. and February 21 and 22, 2020 for Lady Pirates
Extra rehearsals are scheduled for Fridays of Christmas break.
Membership for the 2019-2020 school year is now closed.
If you are considering ARCHE, we ask that you read the policies and procedures, and most importantly, our constitution. Both of these documents are located in the next two tabs in this box.
Our membership calendar year is from July 1 - June 30. The current membership fee is $60 for July to June, or $30 from December to June.
Enrollment for workshops for the upcoming semester is open until the Friday prior to orientation. After this point, workshops are closed to new enrollment with general membership remaining open beyond this date. New members joining after workshop deadlines are welcome to participate in any of our special interest groups as well as exclusive member only events.
Family events such as Back to School Party, Valentine Party, End of the Year Celebration, and more!
Group field trips
Annual used curriculum sale
Kindergarten, 8th and 12th Grade Graduation
Teen Night Out (TNO)
Girls and boys clubs from ages 7 and up
Reading incentives programs and so much more!
What are Workshops?
Workshops happen every Friday at SCBC during the fall and spring semester. There are many different learning opportunities offered by parents for a minimal cost (generally the supplies needed for the workshop). ARCHE also offers some core science workshops and others workshops taught by professionals, these generally cost more. Offerings vary each semester depending on what the parents decide to lead.
Where are workshops held?
Workshops are held at South County Baptist Church (SCBC). On occasion, some workshops may require a different meeting spot, i.e. our theater group meets at a local venue during production week. All workshops will have specifications on locations and families are usually made aware of different locations when they register for the class.
If I decide to lead a workshop, how do I decide what to lead?
Yes! First of all, we ask that each family spend at least one semester at ARCHE actively participating in workshops. Workshops are unique by design, and having a new leader unfamilar with the structure of workshops can be difficult. Once that semester is over, the workshop coordinator will send out an email requesting class submissions. At this point you would fill out the form, making decisions about what to offer, when you can offer it, how much to charge, etc. One of the only instances a class submission may be denied is when there are too many classes submitted (and they will be chosen based on submission dates).