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School Year 2023-24


New Families:
Click here to complete our family registration form.

-Spring term 2024-

Classes start January 22 and last day is May 20.

Check the calendar for more details about events and breaks.

Please contact us with any questions.

Calendar

Feb
26
Class & FCCT Picture Day
February 26 - Monday
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Feb
26
FCCT Classes
February 26 - Monday
09:00 AM - 03:10 PM
Mar
04
FCCT Classes
March 4 - Monday
09:00 AM - 03:10 PM

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Spring term 2024

First Period (9:00-10:30am) Second Period (10:40am-12:10pm) Chapel/Lunch (12:15-1:00pm) Third Period (1:00-2:00pm) Fourth Period (2:10-3:10pm) After School
Fellowship Hall
Literature and Composition - spring
6th - 12th
Communication and Leadership Skills 2- Spring
9th - 12th
Chapel & Lunch
6th - 12th
Stretching and Strengthening
6th - 12th
Physical Education - spring
6th - 12th
Worship Team Practice - Spring
6th - 12th
Jr High Room
Intro to Business - spring
6th - 12th
The Art of Speech and Public Speaking - Spring
6th - 12th
XXth Century World History - spring
8th - 12th
Biblical Astronomy - Spring
6th - 12th
Worship Team - Sound Booth -spring
6th - 12th
Living Room
Forensic Science - Spring
7th - 12th
Forensic Science - Spring
7th - 12th
Health and Nutrition - Spring
7th - 12th
Foundations in Personal Finance - spring
9th - 12th
Classroom 1
Geography and History of Map Making - Spring
6th - 12th
Floral Painting - Spring
6th - 12th
Dance and PE - Routines and Staging
6th - 12th
Classroom 2
Early American History - Spring
8th - 12th
Creative Writing - spring
6th - 12th
Defend Your Faith - spring
9th - 12th ; 14 y/o - 18 y/o
Book Writer's Class - Spring
7th - 12th
Classroom 3
Pre-Algebra - spring
7th - 9th
Geometry - Spring
9th - 12th
Algebra 1 - spring
Study (Games) Hall - spring
6th - 12th
Classroom 4
World History - Spring
9th - 12th
French 1 - spring
7th - 12th
Career Exploration
9th - 12th
Classroom 5
Yearbook: Photography and Journalism
8th - 12th
Jr High American History/Geography- Spring
6th - 12th
American Sign Language - Spring
7th - 12th
Intro to Interior Design - Spring
6th - 12th
Sanctuary
Improv and Theater Showcase - Spring
6th - 12th
Kitchen
Basics of Cooking and Baking - spring
6th - 12th
Basics of Cooking and Baking (B) - spring
6th - 12th
Foyer
Study Hall 1 - spring
6th - 12th
Study Hall 2 - spring
6th - 12th
Study Hall 3 - spring
6th - 12th
Study Hall 4 - spring
6th - 12th

FCCT Welcome!

Our History

First Class Clackamas Teens branched off of First Class Happy Valley Co-Op to purposefully serve homeschool teens in 2011.

As the FC Happy Valley Co-Op grew with children of all ages we saw a drop-off of teens and their isolation from other homeschool peers. First Class Clackamas Teens is an academic community just for homeschool teens. We offer classes on Mondays for 16 weeks per two term including; a student-led chapel, with monthly events and field trips. This program was birthed from seeing the need for teens to gain more academic instruction and social interaction with like peers in a program designed just for them while still being homeschooled.

We have identified three core principles that guide our program:

  • Affordable - we strive to provide homeschool families the opportunity to participate in a full day of classes, 16 weeks per term, for minimal class fees.
  • Christ-Centered - as a whole program and within each class we teach with a Christ-centered, Biblical worldview.
  • Partners with Parents - In most classes we assist homeschool parents with a jumpstart and structure to their teen's weekly assignments.

FCCT is located at Calvary Chapel Southest at 13520 SE Pheasant Ct, Milwaukie, Oregon.



Calvary Chapel Southeast

Calvary Chapel Southeast is a church located in Milwaukie, Oregon. We began as a home bible study in March of 1992. After sensing the Lord's blessing and provision, it became apparant that we should establish a church in the North Clackamas area where we would spend our first three years.

In June of 1995, as the church continued to grow the Lord was leading us out of the area, and we felt led by Him to relocate to a building known as "the little red church" in Southeast Portland. We remained there for 7 years hosting 3 Sunday services every week. We knew we needed to find a larger facility and at the beginning of 2002 the Lord opened the door for us to move into a larger facility back in the North Clackamas area just down the street from our first building.

Throughout the life of our church we have always desired to remain open and flexible to the leading of the Lord in everything we do.

We are committed to being and making disciples. Disciples are people who are passionately in love with Jesus, who have decided the most important thing in their lives is to learn how to do what He said to do.

We are also committed to helping people discover their gifts and callings, for the purposes of glorifying God in the world.

God, through the power of His Holy Spirit, invites us to join Him in the process of sharing the glorious news of the gospel to everyone around the world so that all men might know and respond to the love of Christ.

Simply Put: We exist to make disciples of Jesus who will join God in bringing the message of the gospel to the world around us.