Tuesdays 11:30AM - 3:00PM
February 5 - May 7
The Foundry Homeschool Program is a 13 week program for homeschoolers in 1st-8th grades. We will have 12 weeks of classes and a final week with an end of semester party. Two field trips will be planned per semester. One field trip will take place during regular hours. Our second field trip will take place on a weekend and is optional. Please refer to the following calendar for more information. This is a drop off program. Doors will open at 11:15 for drop off and again at 3:00 for pick up. Parents will need a photo ID to pick up their child. Space is limited to register your child TODAY!
Tuition is $165 per student.
Payment is due in full by February 1st.
For questions, please contact our Homeschool Coordinator Jaclyn Worthington at firstname.lastname@example.org!
1st - 4th Grade
God & Art
5th - 8th Grade
God & Art
2019 Spring Calendar
February 1st – Payment due in full
February 5 – Regular Program – (Parents will need to stay for the first 20 minutes for a brief meeting)
February 12 – Regular Program
February 19 – Regular Program
February 26 – Regular Program
March 5 – Regular Program
March 12 – Regular Program
March 19 – Regular Program
March 26 – NO CLASSES – SPRING BREAK
Apri l 2 – Regular Program
April 9 – Regular Program
April 13 – FIELD TRIP – NEWPORT AQUARIUM (more information to come)
APRIL 16 – Regular Program
April 23 – Regular Program
May 7 – End of Semester Party!
Students are expected to be respectful to teachers at all times and kind to their peers. If student behavior is unsatisfactory, parents will be contacted and asked to pick their child up.
Please dress your child in comfortable, modest clothing and tennis shoes. Students will be playing games outdoors on our blacktop and/or in our dance studio. Please send them with coats if necessary.
All of our classes are taught from a Biblical Worldview. Please refer to The Foundry Center for the Arts Statement of Faith for more information. Apologia’s science curriculum and our science lab will be taught from a Creationist perspective.
Please keep your child home if they show signs of illness. If a student becomes ill while at class, parents will be contacted for pick-up.
Bible and Worship:
This will be a time for worship and Bible study. Worship and instruction may be provided by our teachers or visiting pastors from local churches. We will be focusing on Ephesians this semester.
This fun-filled class will explore God’s wonderful creation as students get messy experimenting. This semester, we will be focusing on experiments relating to swimming creatures. Although our classes will be based on elements from Apologia’s Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day curriculum, it is not a requirement that families use this curriculum. Each class will stand alone.
God and Art:
This class will focus on art skills, art history, and how Christian artists have used their gifts to glorify God. Students will build upon art skills in drawing, painting, and color theory through projects in class.
This class for 5th – 8th graders will focus on developing creative writing skills through structure, storytelling, and grammar.
This class for 1st – 4th graders will be structured time of play. Students will learn many school yard games to play together
This class for 5th-8th graders will expose students to many different kinds of fitness. Classes may include: aerobics, dance fitness, jump rope, four square, and more.
This class for 1st – 4th graders will focus on learning about different genres of literature, character qualities, and fundamentals of storytelling.
The Foundry Homeschool Group will have 2 field trips per semester. The Spring 2019 field trip will be to the Newport Aquarium. The second field trip will be announced at a later date. The Newport Aquarium trip is optional and will take place on April 13th. This is a family trip and any additional costs for it will be communicated with parents as soon as possible.
Foundry Choir and Big Band
Joining voices or instruments in a expression of music is a powerful way to connect, and the Foundry Choirs, Bands and other Ensembles are about making connections between fellow musicians, audiences and our creator in meaningful, authentic worship.