AP Classes at Reynolda Church:
AP English Literature and Composition Thursdays, 12:30-3:00 p.m.
Cost: $600/year ($300/semester)
AP U.S. History: Wednesdays, 3:30-6:00 p.m.
Cost: $600/year ($300/semester)
Contact: Mr. Chris Lawson email@example.com
Career & College Promise Pathways:
Career and College Promise (CCP) is a dual enrollment program—college enrollment while still in high school. CCP is available to any North Carolina high school student in grades 9-12 who meets the eligibility requirements. Students can earn tuition-free credits toward a four year degree. Various College Transfer and Career Technical Education pathways are available.
Davidson County Community College Contact: Jane Black, 336-249-8186, ext. 6178
Forsyth Technical Community College Contact: 336-734-7236, 336-734-7379, 336-734-7261, 336-734-7466
Guilford Technical Community College Contact: 336-334-4822, ext. 50562
Surry Community College Contact: Leona Childress, 336-386-3358
Classical Conversations serves homeschooling families with children aged 4 all the way through high school. Babies and toddlers are welcome on campus. We seek to support and care for one another, share information and ideas, and give our children the opportunity to form deep and lasting friendships.
The Foundations Program is a Christian, classical education program for students aged 4 through 6th grade, and their parents. We meet one morning per week, from 9:15 a.m. to noon for 12 weeks in the fall and 12 weeks in the winter/spring. Each week, in small classes, the following foundational principles are studied: history, science, geography, Latin, English, grammar, mathematics and historical timeline. Students also take part in art and music projects, science experiments, and oral presentations.
The Essentials Program is a thorough grammar and writing program for students in the 4th-6th grades. We utilize Essentials of the English Language for grammar studies and IEW for writing instruction. We meet one afternoon per week from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Your child does not have to be enrolled in Foundations to attend Essentials, although Foundations students receive priority.
The Challenge Program offers an exceptional classical learning opportunity in a classroom setting for students age 12 and up (grades 7-12). Challenge A and B serve students 12+ and 13+ respectively. Challenge I serves students ages 14+. Challenge 2 serves students age 15+. Challenge 3 for students 16+ and Challenge 4 is for students 17+. Each class is led in dialectic discussion and discovery by a well-trained parent tutor/director.
There are five locations in our area that host Classical Conversations Communities:
CC of Clemmons
Marlene Anderson, Director firstname.lastname@example.org 336-409-5512
Meeting Fridays at New Hope Presbyterian Church
CC of Lewisville
Stephanie Spoon, Director email@example.com 518-338-5774
Meeting Tuesdays at Lewisville Baptist Church
CC of Mocksville
Gwyn Jones, Director gjones@classicalconversations.
Meeting Tuesdays at Blaise Baptist Church
CC of Rural Hall
Amber Molesa, Director
Meeting Mondays at
Jefferson Christian Church
CC of Thomasville
Carin Ellis, 336-240-4349
LeAnn Snider, 336-442-9766
Offering Foundations, Essentials, Challenges A & B, & Challenge I-IV
CC of Winston-Salem
Misty Russ, Director firstname.lastname@example.org 336-577-5411
Meeting Mondays, this fall, at Redeemer Presbyterian Church
For all Challenge levels contact Gwyn Jones
Coffee and Pi:
Become a better math teacher for your child! Coffee and Pi is a math professional development circle for parents. Have fun while exploring mathematical ideas in a safe, supportive, and collaborative environment. Learn teaching strategies that encourage deep mathematical understanding. Develop confidence in your own math abilities and learn how to develop the same in your child. Elementary, middle, and early high school levels; central W-S location. Contact Kathy Foulser at email@example.com.
College Application Help
Looking for information and suggestions on how to help your student apply to college? Check out this free online guide created by a homeschool mom and a homeschool graduate! https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/homeschooler-college-applications/
Cooperative Innovative High School Path:
Rising ninth graders can choose Early College and enter high school with the opportunity to take college classes tuition-free with book costs covered. Students can graduate with enough college credits to enter a two or four year college as a sophomore, or earn their AA or AS degree and enter a four-year college as a junior. https://www.forsythtech.edu/courses-programs/degrees/high-school-programs/
Early College of Forsyth Contact: Ms. Porchia L. McDaniel, 336-757-3297 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stokes Early College High School Contact: Ms. Rhonda Moyer, 336-593-5402, ext. 1116
Forsyth Middle College Contact: 336-734-7437
Coram Deo Homeschool Co-op
Contact: Kimberly email@example.com
This is an enrichment co-op located in Pfafftown, meeting on Fridays from 9:30-12:30, starting in September 2019.
Cornerstone Enrichment’s goal is to provide a supplemental education tutoring program for motivated, college-bound, high school students. Most classes meet two days per week to prepare students for college rigors while allowing teachers the time needed to thoroughly cover the material. Classes meet at Trinity Friends Church, 819 Williams Road, Lewisville, NC 27023. For more information:
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/162328913827070/permalink/1653273251399288/
Mandie Rose, a homeschool mom of 3 with many years of apprenticing and experience working with small engines offers classes for students ages 10 and up. Maximum class size is 10 and parents are invited to stay and learn or drop and run. This is a hands-on course focusing on the disassembly, combustion engine theory, and reassembly of a 4.5 HP Briggs and Stratton lawnmower engine. Students work in pairs for the entire procedure. Vocabulary, parts and tool ID, safety, and more will be covered. For more information, visit https://www.mechanichics.com/crankin-engines.
EMMA of Greensboro:
EMMA stands for Enriching, Mentoring, Mastering, and Achieving. EMMA offers homeschool resource classes for students in grades K-12. For more information:
Friendly Educators is a co-op for all ages which meets at Friendly Avenue Church of Christ, 5101 W. Friendly Ave, Greensboro. For more information:
General Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Questions: email@example.com
Gretchen McKenzie offers a variety of high quality classes at her home. Classes include Algebra I and II, Geometry, Spanish I, II, and III, and Science classes upon request. To learn more about tuition and class times, email Gretchen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greenbriar Driving Academy
A private driving school owned by homeschooling parents. Offering classroom and in-car education. For more information, call 336-830-4468 or visit https://greenbriardrivingacademy.com
High Point Home Educators’ LIFE Classes:
Co-op classes meet each Monday, for all ages, at Oak View Baptist Church, 810 Oak View Road, High Point. For more information, visit https://www.homeschool-life.com/nc/hphe/.
Hillcrest Homeschool Enrichment:
Hillcrest Enrichment, based in Kernersville, is a family focused, cooperative ministry. Parents work together to help provide elective and enrichment opportunities for their children. For details visit http://www.hillcrestkernersville.org/homeschool-enrichment.html.
High School Math Live:
High School Math Live is a website offering Pre-Algebra through AP Calculus, as well as SAT & ACT Math prep courses, and tutoring for all math levels through Calculus II. These online classes are live and interactive with weekly accountability, quizzes, chapter tests, and a rigorous scope and sequence. To learn more visit https://www.highschoolmathlive.com.
Homeschool PE with Matt Kimel:
Wednesday classes at New Hope Presbyterian Church, 2750 Harper Road in Clemmons, meeting at 1 p.m. for grades K-2, 2 p.m. for grades 3-5, and 3 p.m. for middle & high school.
Thursday classes at Pinedale Christian Church, 3395 Peters Creek Parkway in Winston-Salem. Grades K-3 meet at 12 p.m., grades 4 and up meet at 1 p.m.
Classes focus will include Presidential Fitness activities as well as games. Cost is $4 for one child and $2 for each additional sibling. For details and to be put on the mailing list, call 336-391-8280 or email email@example.com.
Impact Co-op of Clemmons
Meets on Fridays at Friends Baptist Church, 1840 Lewisville Clemmons Road. Some of the middle and high school classes offered this fall will include: guitar (group & single sessions) art, art lab, ukulele (group & single sessions), chess introduction and strategy, study hall, as well as core subjects (English, Spanish, public speaking, Bible, history, and science). This is a drop-off co-op for ages 12 and up with parents rotating on monitor duty. Chess class and individual music lessons are available for ages 8 and up, but each child under 12 must be pre-approved on an individual basis by director Nora Lee Hall. Costs vary according to supplies needed.Chess will cost $200 for one year which includes a $50 deposit and $75 per semester tuition. More information will be available as classes are finalized. Registration opens in March. Visit https://www.facebook.com/imPACTclasses2017/ for more information.
Kaleideum North Homeschool Classes:
Kaleideum (formerly SciWorks) is at 400 West Hanes Mill Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27105. Once a month, during the school year, Kaleideum North offers programs specifically for home educated children and other groups too small for regular classroom and auditorium programs. Preregistration is required. To register, call 336-714-7105. Student rates for Forsyth County residents are $3, one parent free, second parent, $5.50. Nonresidents: your student admission is $5.50 and parent admission is the same as above. Planetarium shows and classroom program fees are $5.50 per child for both residents and non-residents. Classes are held monthly for grades K-9 on different topics. Homeschool ID and proof of Forsyth County residency is required. For more information, visit
or contact Katie Knickrehm at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IEW Writing Classes:
Writing classes held on Tuesday mornings at South Fork Church of Christ in Winston-Salem. For more information contact Jerry Matthews, IEW Registered Instructor at email@example.com.
Institute for Excellence in Writing Classes:
Classes for homeschoolers 4th to 8th grade at Pinedale Christian Church, 3395 Peter’s Creek Parkway, WS on Thursdays, noon to 1 p.m. This is a 30 week course: beginning of Sept. to beginning of May. Tuition is $300 per student. Contact Anita Jenkins, IEW Registered Instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-406-9245.
imPACT—Parents and Advisors Coming Together. It is our goal to stand with our parents in their homeschool journey. We believe our role is to provide weekly instruction while the parent maintains the position of teacher. Classes will meet near West Forsyth High. Core classes and guitar will be offered for middle and high schoolers. Visit https://www.facebook.com/imPACTclasses2017/ for more details.
Living the Answer:
Living the Answer offers a variety of online classes for homeschool families. The unifying theme of classes is to encourage students to love learning, think well about difficult subjects, and do it to the glory of God. To learn more, visit http://www.livingtheanswer.org/classes/, email David Vogel at
email@example.com or send mail to Living the Answer, PO Box 143; Matthews, NC 28106.
Math, Science, and Spanish:
Gretchen McKenzie offers classes in Math, Spanish, and Science from her home in Advance. For a complete listing of the day and time of courses, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336-409-0890.
College Prep Labs for Middle and High School students in General, Physical, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Biology and Chemistry. Also hands-on science for 1st – 6th grade. To enrich further study at home, nJoy provides an online follow-up to each lesson and a reading list of high quality living books. For more information, visit http://njoyscience.net , check out their Facebook page:
http://facebook.com/njoysciencenc , or give them a call at 704-706-2271.
Rivendell Classical Christian Co-op:
Rivendell Classical Christian Co-op offers classes for students in 7th and 8th grades. Classes are held at Hope Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem. For more information, email Stacey Grant at email@example.com.
Also offering an Apologia Physical Science class with lab on Fridays from 1:15-2:30 p.m. Cost is $200 with a $50 lab fee. This class counts as a high school credit. For more information, contact Keena White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Riverbend Charlotte Mason Co-op:
Riverbend meets every other Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in Arcadia. All ages are together except preschool. Parents participate by helping their students. The five subjects covered are Nature, Picture, Hymn, Composer, & Poetry Study. For more information, visit www.riverbendcm.org or email email@example.com.
Provides homeschool students, ages 5-11, with structured Spanish, Arts, Games, Exercise, and character-building opportunities in a relaxed, community-based atmosphere with a specific emphasis on developing teamwork, cooperation, communication, and other interpersonal skills. We will meet at Cornerstone Christian Church (in Davie County) on Fridays from Sept 7th – Nov 2nd from 9:45-2:00. More info at www.everydayfaithandfitness.
Sheridan Studies offers classes (taught from a Christian worldview) for middle and high school students. Classes meet at Lewisville Baptist Church on Wednesdays (4th-7th grade) and Thursdays (middle & high school). Registration closes June 30th! For more information, please visit their website: https://sites.google.com/site/sheridanstudies/home.
Salem Baptist Christian School:
SBCS offers homeschool students the opportunity to enroll in classes as part of the Homeschool Extension Program. The school is located at 429 S. Broad St., Winston-Salem, NC 27101. Many core classes and electives are available. For more information, visit http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/f98923_7b12355aeadd47eb920ea67bc7e1ce4b.pdf.
Charissa Graham has been teaching language for 15 years and offers Elementary & Middle School Spanish I and Spanish Conversation classes. To learn more, call her at 336-705-8019 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stem Classes of the Triad:
STEM Classes of the Triad meets Thursdays at Friedland Moravian Church in Winston-Salem. Their mission is to glorify God through STEM studies to train up and encourage Godly scientists, techies, and tinkerers that will create and innovate to benefit and serve others. Offering classes in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, IEW, art, and other enrichment classes. STEM Triad is also home to two Robotics Teams. To learn more, visit https://www.stemtriad.com.