We reassigned the groupings for the Art Class on Tuesdays to have 8th-12th together and 4th-7th together, instead of the original plan.
Thus the schedule on the Schedule page is update to this:
Friday, August 18, 2017
Enjoy this rare celestial event!
80% Solar Eclipse
Lansing, MI area
August 21st, 2017
1pm to 4pm
Peak time around 2:24pm
Do NOT look directly at the sun!
Even during the Solar Eclipse, do not look directly at the sun.
Use proper eye protection or a secondary source viewing device.
See links below:
Please be safe!
Here is just a sampling of
near by "viewing" events:
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Sunday, August 6, 2017
Fall Term (13 weeks)
Monday & Wednesday Classes:
September 11th, 2017 through December 6th, 2017
HS Writing/Grammar/Literature ~ 8:45-9:45am ~ $258
MS Writing/Grammar/Literature ~ 8:45-9:45am ~ $258
HS Life & Study Skills ~ 9:45-10:45am ~ $238
MS Life Sciences ~ 9:45-10:45am ~ $258
HS Biology ~ 10:45-11:45am ~ $288
HS History & Geography ~ 12:30-1:30pm ~ $238
MS History & Geography ~ 12:30-1:30pm ~ $238
HS Advanced Writing/Grammar/Literature ~ 1:30-2:30pm ~ $258
September 12th, 2017 through December 5th, 2017
HS Art ~ 8:45-9:45am ~ $178
MS Art ~ 8:45-9:45am ~ $178
HS Advanced Art ~ 9:45-10:45am ~ $198
HS ACT/SAT Vocabulary Prep ~ 12:30-1:30pm ~ $158
September 14th, 2017 through December 7th, 2017
MS Brain Fitness ~ 9:45-10:45am ~ $178
HS Rotated Classes ~ 12:30-2:30pm ~ $158
MS Rotated Classes ~ 12:30-2:30pm ~ $158
(Rotated Classes include... Simulations/Presentations/Games/Socratic Discussions)
September 15th, 2017 through December 8th, 2017
HS Accountability Mentoring ~ 8:30am-9:30am ~ $178
HS ACT/SAT/PSAT Prep ~ 9:45am-11:15am ~ $238
HS CLEP Prep ~ 11:30am-12:30pm ~ $198
September 7th, 2017 through May 17th, 2018
Full Four Day Program
Multi-Subject Intensive Tutoring
Mondays through Thursdays ~ 8:30am-2:30pm
$3,768 per student Sept-May for 33 weeks
Prices include ALL fees... tutoring, books, & supplies.
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
This does not mean all students are those ages/grades. It is the generally accepted "norm". Each parent decides what is right for each of their students. Also, just because a student is in a certain "grade", does not mean that all their skills are at "grade level"; most students are at a variety of skill levels depending on the subject.