Posted on Oct 13 2013 in Homeschool Items by admin
Community Church of Chesapeake
253 St. Luke’s Church Road
Classes are held on various days of the week and for varying times and durations. The program requires a one-time registration fee and monthly tuition fees that vary according to the class. Please see the website for details about individual classes.
“Music for Young Children” (MYC) introduces children, ages 2 to 9, to the world of music through a multi-sensory approach. Group keyboard lessons include music reading, ear training, singing, solfege, composing, creative movement, theory, rhythm ensembles, and more. An adult (parent, guardian, or caregiver) also participates in the program.
See the website for more information, or contact the teacher, Lynette Andrews, at mastersacademyOFA@gmail.com or 757-995-3000. Note: Please do not call Community Church of Chesapeake for MYC information.
101 N. 14th Street
Session I: Monday, February 3 through Thursday, February 6, 2014. Session II: Monday, February 10 through Thursday, February 13. Cost: $200/returning student (ages 13 through 19); $240/new student. See the website for more details. Space is limited; register early!
TeenPact is a hands-on state government experience for students. Students participate in mock legislature, elections, committee times, prayer walks, and more. They are given opportunities to practice leadership and be encouraged through interactive teaching, worship sessions, field experiences, and more!
Political Communication Workshop (ages 13 through 19)
February 7 or 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $50; $40 with four-day class.
Residential Camp (for teens attending TeenPact)
Cost: $140 for three nights; $180 for four nights.
One-Day Class: (ages 8 through 12)
February 7 or 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $40/student; $35/sibling.
See the website for more information including schedules, dress code, homework, and more, or contact Val Deutsch at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions and to register.
See the Teaching Home archives for teaching help on the occult and Halloween. Our culture will bombard your children with its negative messages; don’t let the cultural voice be the only one your children hear.