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Want more information and a chance to ask questions? Please join us at our info meeting.
Saturday, May 4th, 1:30pm @ the Riverton library

Q: Where are you located?
A: We are working hard to find a church to partner with us for the 2024-2025 school year.

Q: What curriculum do you use?
A: Curriculum choices are subject to change before August 2024
* For literature, history, Bible and even science, we will use as many living books as we can. Check back soon for our Cycle 1 booklists.
* Our math recommendations are Christian Light, BJU Press and Saxon, all use a spiral, incremental approach.
* We highly recommend All About Reading and Logic of English, in the Form 1 classroom we will review phonograms and phonemes.
* We recommend Beowulf’s Grammar as a fun grammar program and Well-Ordered Language for more in depth work.
* Grades 3-8 will work through Writing and Rhetoric.

Q: Are uniforms required?
A: Students are not required to wear uniforms, however, we do expect students to be dressed appropriately and modestly.

Q: What day/time do you meet?
A: We meet on Fridays 9am-3pm.

Q: Do you do art projects and science experiments?
A: Yes!

Q: How do you teach math, reading, and grammar if students go at their own pace?
A: Math, phonics, and grammar are taught in a general way covering a different concept each week. It will be new to some and review for others. Additionally, students are asked to bring in their grammar and math assignments and will be given time in class to work on it with help from the teacher as needed.

Q: What are the age requirements for starting 1st grade?
A: In order to join the lower grammar class, students need to be six years of age by August 15th of the current school year.

Q: Why use forms instead of individual grade levels?
Grouping kids together with a wider age range allows for less classrooms and less teachers. This helps keeps costs at a minimum. It gives the youngest students someone to look to as examples and older students a chance to lead. It also allows for larger groups of older students so they can have more robust discussions.

Q: What are living books?
A: “‘Living books are those that engage the reader (of any age), relay ideas, and are written in a lively style by someone with a passion for and great knowledge of the subject.”1