Our new member application period is closed for the fall 2019/2020 school year.
Please join our mailing list, located in the upper left hand corner, if you would like to be informed of future open houses or application periods.
We recommend you read through our mission statement, handbook, and other documents, located under the “Prospective members” tab on the left side bar. Many questions can be answered by reading these documents.
Two Days, Two Programs, Two Complementary Focuses.....
TUESDAY: Our partnership day with Oxford Virtual Academy (OVA)
- This is a drop-off program with a wide range of elective classes where four classes may be for FREE for those who enroll as part time students with OVA (although people are always welcome to pay for the classes themselves and not enroll as part time students with OVA). Surveys are done each year to determine what the new classes will be based on the needs and desires of members. Tuesday classes are meant to complement and supplement our Thursday core classes, although members do NOT need to participate on Thursday in order to enroll on Tuesday. Tuesday elective partnership classes are open to everyone, regardless of race or religion. Currently, a small number of service jobs will be required of all members.
THURSDAY: Our Classical, Catholic, Co-op Day
- Thursday is our co-op day where we try to include and raise parents up at every level. High School classes on Thursday focus on theology, history, literature, philosophy, art and music, and include multiple options for gaining college credit. They are also tailored to each student by providing different homework tracks that parents and students choose at the beginning of each semester. Middle school classes prepare students for high school with excellent history and literature overview classes, as well as strong writing, logic and science courses. Elementary classes are supplemental to what homeschooling parents are doing at home which engages students at every level from 4-year-olds up through 6th grade. CCD and Atrium programs are available in the afternoon as part of the co-op.
OUR MISSION: Education and Community
- Our mission is to provide an excellent education for our children, as well as to encourage a flourishing community for our kids to grow up in and for our parents to be supported in. It is for this reason that we include adult education events every semester, as well as potlucks and social gatherings. Our sincere hope is that we can help each other, both children and adults, to grow and learn together!