WEEKLY SCHEDULE

The Essentials 

Tuesdays/Thursdays

9:00-12:00 Grades k-8th

Our Essentials Camp covers the "essentials" of education, language arts and math on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:00-12:00.  In small, level based cohorts, students receive direct, individualized instruction by experienced CA credentialed teachers. With a scope and sequence that tailors to children's academic and developmental levels, each small group learning focuses intently on writing, literature, language conventions, math, and executive functioning.   Students build deep critical thinking skills, analyze a variety of texts, and explore the human experience through literature. Our goals are to model and teach how to write the top five essay types: expository, descriptive, narrative, argumentative, and literary analysis and develop global awareness through literature.  In math, students explore concepts both on and off the pages, resulting in a broadened understanding both academically and practically.  We work with each child to fill in the gaps, meet learning styles, and make math fun in order to grow confidence and passion.   Work is assigned to students to be completed on Monday and Wednesdays. Curriculum included. 

Spanish Camp

Mondays/Wednesdays 

9:00-12:00 Grades k-5 

The Spanish camp is a wonderful full immersion Spanish experience that incorporates both fun and academics.  Students will venture out of their comfort zone and come adventure with us and learn a new language .. 100% in Spanish. A typical class will include an in-depth Spanish grammar lesson, language activities, songs, and songs.  Classes are taught by professional, native speaking Latin American instructors.  

Junior High Science

Mondays

9:00-12:00

TBD

Junior High History

Wednesdays

9:00-12:00

TBD

Science Grades 4/5

Thursdays 

9:00-12:00 

TBD

Junior High Spanish

Tuesday/Thursdays

12:30-2:30

This junior high level course introduces students to the Spanish language through listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar study.  The primary purpose of this course is to prepare students to communicate effectively in Spanish and to be well rounded global citizens who are of aware of cultural influences, Students will learn practical vocabulary, adjectives and articles, subject verb agreement, regular and irregular verb conjugations.  

Science Grades K-3

Tuesdays

12:30-2:30

TBD

History Grades K-3

Thursdays

12:30-2:30

Students will explore significant historical events, figures, landmarks and cultures, through hands on projects, discussions, and literature.  From a participant's view, students will gain perspective on various points of view and will also be diving into geography and topography.  Students are encouraged to bring questions and topics to be discovered. 

California State Standards:

 

-Learning and working now and long ago. 

-A child's place in time and space. 

-People who make a difference. 

-Continuity and change. 

History Grades 4/5

Tuesdays

12:30-2:30

Students will explore significant historical events, figures, landmarks and cultures, through hands on projects, discussions, and literature.  From a participant's view, students will gain perspective on various points of view and will also be diving into geography and topography.  Students are encouraged to bring questions and topics to be discovered. 

California State Standards:

 

-California: A changing state. 

-United States: History and Geography: Making a nation.