Please see class descriptions for specific date/times/cost of individual classes.
Registration and liability forms are available on our website athttp://reachhomeschool.weebly.com/
Location: First United Methodist church in Troy. On Livernois near Square Lake. 6363 Livernois Rd Troy, MI.
Most classes are run by volunteer parents and any charges are only to cover materials. There is a facility use fee for anyone involved in REACH sponsored classes (separate from drama). This use fee is $20 per child per semester. If you are only participating in occasional classes, you can choose to pay per day at $3/per child per day. This cost is to defray the cost of renting the building and is separate from drama costs and any class fees.
All Ages. Please note the dates, due to other activities or church use, open gym will vary.
Kids can participate for the full two hours or a portion of it. There will be adult supervision but there is usually not an organized plan. The kids just have fun. Some gym equipment is available.
January 15, 22 and 29 – One hour of Open gym from 3:30-4:30
February 5- March 5 – Two hours of Open Gym from 2:30-4:30
March 12 – One hour of Open Gum form 3:30-4:30
March 19-April 16th – Two hours of Open Gym from 2:30-4:30
Young Chautauqua: 2:35–3:30 chapel February 5th –April 23rd
This semester, we will be portraying scientists This class will meet weekly for ten weeks and will be for anyone who can read. Founded by Nevada Humanities in 1993, Young Chautauqua is a nationally recognized and award-winning youth program in which young scholars research and portray historical figures. Through monologues and question-and-answer sessions, young scholars – in and out of character – engage their audience in lively discussions and provide insight into historical study. The Young Chautauqua program is a valuable way to increase a young person's understanding of, and engagement with, the humanities.http://www.nevadahumanities.org/programs/young-chautauqua
There will be a $6.50 fee for the book, if you do not already have one. Please contact Rachel Bosch if you need a book. Every student will be expected to come up with a costume.
The Young Chautauqua class will culminate, with final performances, on April 16.
Hogwarts: 2:35–3:30 lower level February 5th – March 19th - $25
Fee can be sent via paypal (marked personal) to email@example.com or cash in person at REACH
Get chosen by a wand, get sorted into a house, and write with feather quills to create your own spells to earn House Points in CHARMS class.
Each House will receive one or two POTIONS assignments from their lesson books. Points will be awarded based on execution of each. Fire and explosions a possibility!
In CARE OF MAGICAL CREATURES we will get messy and dissect owl pellets, examine plimpy eggs and dragon drool, and create a faery oasis to take home.
HERBOLOGY students will use the cards from Herbcraft to identify and treat magical ailments and tend to magical plants.
Use the charms you've studied to duel the other Houses in DEFENSE AGAINST THE DARK ARTS! Then build Hogwarts from the ground up then play Table-top Quidditch for all the bragging rights!
House Points Party! We'll make some authentic recipes, like Butterbeer, fizzy Pumpkin Juice, Chocolate Frogs and Divination Tea plus Rock Cakes (scones) and treacle, devonshire cream, & lemon curd.
Winning House students will each get a HOUSE CUP to take home at the end of the course
Fantasy Geopolitics: 2:35–3:30 youth room $5/persone ($10 max per family)
Middle School/High School age
The basics: everyone picks three countries, draft style, with three rounds. Points are earned by how many mentions are in the NYT. The calculations are daily, and done by a website. Trading is encouraged:) For young people, I'm planning to encourage research of the countries before and during, and keeping track of current events. I'll also have them research types of government, and we'll have a MVP (most valuable potentate.)
Choir:From February 5th through March 19th, 3:35–4:30 in the chapel. $4 materials fee per student. All ages welcome.
The goal of the class is to have a good time singing together. For our final class on Thurs. March 19th we will perform our music at a local nursing home in Troy from 3:45pm-4:15pm.
WWII speaker: January 29. 3:35–4:30 chapel
CPR training: March 26th, April 2nd, April 9th, and April 16th. 3:35–4:30 lower level
There will be no cost for the classes, there is a cost to be certified, info to follow.