Providing legal legitimacy for your homeschool program.
Online or In-Person
Offering small learning pods of up to eight (8) students.
Making tuition affordable for homeschooling families.
Enrich your curriculum with subjects required by COMAR 13A.10.10.01.
Students benefit greatly from the social interaction with peers in group classes.
Teacher introduces topics that include the stock market, labor unions, finance, and marketing.
Open to all skill levels. Learn strategies and about historic chess players – Tournaments.
Study the interaction between microbes, their hosts, and their effects on the environment.
” Loved the group for socializing and classes… “
Ana Gabrea, Real Estate Agent
We cut to the chase. Simple answers to our most frequently asked questions.
– Education ministry seeking to serve and support homeschooling families during (and beyond) COVID-19.
What curriculum do you use?
Our certified tutors and instructors supplement courses with curriculum from Khan Academy, Calvert, and The Walking Classrooms.
Are there any field trips?
We post group field trips to the Meetup calendar regularly, and balance a virtual online experience with a hands-on, Charlotte Mason, real-world approach.
How do online courses work?
Students are expected to complete 30-mins. of schoolwork per subject on a daily basis. They’re expected to attend online & in-person co-op classes on a weekly basis.
Is everything taught online?
No, we have in-person classes that we hold outdoors at local parks and farms.
What's the age range?
The majority of our students are ages 6 to 13 years old, but we provide instruction for K-12, including college prep courses and dual-enrollment for high schoolers. Transcripts, state recognized HS diploma and college credit provided to graduates.
Do you do portfolio reviews?
Yes, we’re registered with the MSDE to supervise home instruction; Approved Maryland Umbrella Group, that provides virtual and annual reviews.
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