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About This Course

*YOUR STUDENT MAY attend in person or take the course virtually*
Children often imagine that people in the ancient world were much different than themselves. Discover with us that humans are the same then, as we are today. In this course, your student will encounter what it means to be truly human. 
Discover how Romans were bullies but also hated BULLIES. 
Explore the great military victories of the Heros of history as well as the very human mistakes and significant failures. 
Be inspired by the excellence achieved in physical as well as intellectual pursuits by the Athenians and the Spartans. 
Communicate through your art and writing like an ancient Egyptian. 
Agree with Hammurabi on the importance of laws. 
Drop your student off one day a week to be immersed in ancient history. In 30 sessions, your student will write and illustrate a volume of Ancient History as they learn the History, Fine Arts, Geography, Science, and Literature of the time period. 
Each class is limited to 25 student in this "Terra Style" (Project Based Learning) course. In our 30 sessions, your student will address a real-world problem, develop its solution, and present their answer using the skills they acquire. PBL is the act of learning about different subjects simultaneously. This is achieved by guiding students to accomplish a creative goal. Our goal is to write and illustrate a volume of Ancient History, where the student can record their insights about the nature of the human experience.
History - Meet the crucial figures that move nations. Discover the beliefs, traditions, and passions that motivated those individuals.
Beginning Drawing - Our history is taught with art. Every student will master the skill of drawing. We start with beginning-level instruction for all grade levels.
Science - The natural world opens up to us as we discover the things the ancients knew. Astronomy, Anatomy, Agriculture are only the A's of our adventure.
Literature - Classical mythology from Egypt, Babylon, Greco-Roman and Early Christian cultures. Join us for Socratic discussion.
Geography - We will learn the history of geographic discovery as well as games and crafts from around the world.
Fine Art - Ancient art is the foundation of all of art history, with its techniques, forms, and subject matter continuing to influence the art of today. You will make representative copies of great classical art in class.
TK/ Kinder Course Description


REGISTRATION FEE: $75 per student

TUITION: $855 per semester, Two fifteen-week semesters per academic calendar.

Fall semester: October 5th to February 5th.

Spring semester: February 22nd to June 4th.

Purchase books on your own or through your charter school.


REGISTRATION FEE: The Registration Fee holds your spot until the class begins, One week before class begins you may pay in full or begin monthly payments. Your charter may provide a purchase order as a commitment to pay after classes have begun. Your registration fee can not be paid by instructional funds from your charter and is not refundable.

If you do not register and pay the registration fee, you will be surprised to find that the class is sold out, and the teacher is not prepared for your student. A purchase order is not enough to consider yourself registered. The purchase order from your charter does not give us any contact information for you, tell us specifically which class you desire, or include the signed Terms and Conditions document. A purchase order is not real money until it is followed up by a check from your charter school.  You are responsible for payment if the charter defaults for any reason. 

The registration fee guarantees that potential students will consider which courses they need carefully, prevents spots from being held unnecessarily and gives the teacher accurate information from which to plan their classes. The registration fee is not deductible from the tuition nor is it included. 

DROP POLICY: Drops are accepted up to 7 days from your first class meeting. After classes have begun, you may only drop the course if you have withdrawn from homeschooling or moved out of the area. You are responsible for your student's balance for the semester, whether or not your student attends. The course will be prorated for late enrollees.


Our system does NOT hold your spot until payment is received.

Westminster Location: Choose one day a week for 30 weeks

8:30 am to 2:00 pm  (Tuesday or Wednesday)

Main Text: Story of the World, Book 1 and Workbook





Learn more about our "Thy Foundation Course" where your student can write and illustrate a book in only three classes.