How Does It Work?
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A typical course has on average 150 lessons, except vocabulary. Each chapter has on average 12 - 15 lessons. This includes the lessons, reviews for the tests and the tests themselves. A full compliment of classes includes English, (Grammar and Vocabulary), Literature, Math, Social Studies and Science including electives. The lessons have been geared to last around 30-40 minutes each. A full time homeschool student will have to spend 4 to 5 hours or more daily to complete the requirements.

The courses vary in use of materials-some require a textbook with online teaching while others have all their materials online.

Click here to view sample lessons for grades 1 - 8.

Click here to view sample lessons for high school.

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There are several key components in the way our homeschool courses are developed.

These are:
·Teacher Interaction

·Individual Instruction

·Chat Room

·Video materials

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