Classes in every subject

Choose from our list of hand-picked classes to help your student achieve their goals and dreams.


Language Arts

English 9/10

KB Brown

This is a 9th grade English course. We'll read a variety of texts and focus on improving our writing. We will meet as a class with an optional tutoring day on Tuesday.

Starting Jan. 25, 2021 @ 10:00AM PST
Grades: 9-12

General

Vocabulary in Context: Fairy Tales from the Great Traditions

KB Brown

Let's enjoy some classic tales together while we enrich our vocabulary!

Starting Jan. 27, 2021 @ 12:00PM PST
Grades: 4-6

Acting/Drama

Adventures in Acting: Beginning to Intermediate

Chris Gilmore

Adventures in Acting is brought to you by professional producer and casting director Chris Gilmore with assistance from Leo Gilmore.

Starting Feb. 15, 2021 @ 2:00PM PST 14 other classes available
Grades: 2-12

Writing

Fun Stories That Teach Us to Write

Jonathan Vince

This class will be built around a healthy handful of classic short stories, most of whose authors have already left this earthly realm, but whose printed words nonetheless live on.

Starting Feb. 5, 2021 @ 3:20PM PST
Grades: 4-6

General

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First Steps in Learning the Guitar

Dave Christensen

This exciting 6-week course introduces your child to the main concepts of the guitar through fun and easy to understand activities! This is great and inexpensive way to see if your child is a good fit for this instrument.


Starting Jan. 27, 2021 @ 10:00AM PST
Grades: 4-8

Coding Classes

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Intro to Coding: Python

Eric Lin

Introduce your child to the world of programming with Python, one of the most popular and accessible programming languages. Students in this class will learn the basics of programming while developing coding habits that will translate into any programming language.

Starting Feb. 10, 2021 @ 1:00PM PST
Grades: 6-12

Coding Classes

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Intro To 3-D Printing and Computer-Aided Design

Eric Lin

Learn how to design a 3D model in this class! We will be learning the basics of CAD (computer aided design) to create a simple project that will be printed and shipped to the students. Students will learn the how to use some of the basic tools that are shared across all CAD software platforms such as: Isometric viewing, using planes as a canvas, creating sketches, extruding sketches and setting parameters, variables and constraints.

Starting Feb. 18, 2021 @ 2:30PM PST
Grades: 3-8

Cooking

The Supper Club

Nina Zippay

Yes, kids can cook dinner, with a little help from their friends. Join the social supper club and each week your child makes dinner “alongside” their friends. Other family members welcome, too! Chef Nina leads the class instruction from her home kitchen. Imagine ~ dinner cooked one night a week by your child. So divine!



Starting Jan. 27, 2021 @ 5:00PM PST
Grades: 4-8

Drawing

Beginning Art

Gina D'Elia

Think drawing is a gift that comes naturally?

Learn the basics of drawing while completing fun and exciting colorful projects!

Starting Jan. 28, 2021 @ 1:30PM PST 1 other class available
Grades: 2-6

Spanish

Spanish: Beginning Spanish

Claudia Landeros

This class is designed to create the necessary basis for students to be bilingual. Students will communicate in Spanish in a fun, effective, and relaxed ways.

Starting Feb. 5, 2021 @ 2:10PM PST
Grades: 4-8

General

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First Steps in Learning the Piano

Dave Christensen

This exciting 6-week course introduces your child to the main concepts of the piano through fun and easy to understand activities! This is great and inexpensive way to see if your child is a good fit for this instrument.

Starting Jan. 26, 2021 @ 9:00AM PST
Grades: K-3

Physical Science

Explorations in Matter - Physical Science

Mary Anne Cheraz

Explore the intricacies and excitement of physical science! Investigate forces: gravitational, magnetic, electrical, and more. Model and examine the wave actions of light and sound. Experiment with chemical mixtures and reactions.

Starting Feb. 5, 2021 @ 10:10AM PST
Grades: 6-8

Guitar/Banjo/Ukulele

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Beginning Guitar

Mike Georgia

This class is for beginners. This course is ideal for students who are looking to get started on the instrument or need to brush up on or refine the basics. We will go over technique, reading, rhythm, chords, theory, scales, and songs! By the end of the 8 weeks each student will have a solid foundation for the instrument, with good habits for future progress. They will learn a new riff every week totaling 8-10 riffs for the class and have 2-3 full songs that they can play from start to finish.

Starting Jan. 26, 2021 @ 11:00AM PST 2 other class available
Grades: 7-12

General

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Entomology: A World of Bugs

Martha Zittel

This class is a lot of fun for all those insect lovers! We will learn the scientific facts of different bugs and study their characteristics.

Starting Feb. 2, 2021 @ 10:00AM PST
Grades: K-3

Drawing

Drawing and Painting

Hillary King

Do you have a creative and aspiring artist at home? Or maybe you are looking for a fun elective for your student? Look no further! In this class, we’ll look at and discuss famous works of art and artists. Art is more than just making art. Learn about good composition, positive and negative space, and the seven elements of art. Learn how to draw what you see. Experiment and have fun with a variety of mediums from charcoal to paint. Come join in on the fun! Get creative, curious, and be inspired!

Starting Jan. 28, 2021 @ 10:00AM PST
Grades: 6-12

Photography

Photography

Jeanie Frias

Fun assignments in storytelling, still-life, lighting, portrait, landscape, and documentary photography help you develop an eye for what makes a great photo.

Starting Jan. 26, 2021 @ 10:00AM PST
Grades: 9-12

Guitar/Banjo/Ukulele

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Guitar 101

Dave Christensen

This longer form class is perfect for those who are a little older and want an in depth music course that focuses on how to learn to play and perform on the guitar. 

Starting Jan. 28, 2021 @ 2:00PM PST
Grades: 6-12

Biochemistry

Biochemistry - General

Heather Vargas

We will learn about the chemical reactions that take place in living organisms. Combining biology and chemistry, we will look at the biochemistry of the cell, metabolism, and genetics.

  1. Molecular components of cells Part 1 - Chemistry as a basis of biological phenomena, water, pH, amino acids, & proteins 
  2. Molecular components of cells Part 2 - Nucleotides, nucleic acids, recombinant DNA (cloning/chimeric genes)
  3. Molecular components of cells Part 3 - Lipids, membranes, carbohydrates, & cell surfaces
  4. Enzymes
  5. Cellular Energetics - Thermodynamics of biological systems, ATP & energy-rich compounds
  6. Metabolism and Its Regulation - overview, glycolysis, energy producing pathways


Starting Feb. 19, 2021 @ 11:30AM PST
Grades: 7-12

General

In-Depth Discussion of Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Andromeda Edison

Over the course of 4 lessons we will explore each of the 30 human rights that we all have, not only to protect ourselves, but to protect our fellow humans. Lessons based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Starting Jan. 28, 2021 @ 1:30PM PST
Grades: 7-12

Ancient History

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Stories of the First People

Martha Zittel

The First Nations of this land and throughout the World, have lots of wisdom to share. We will read the Lakota, Aztec, Dakota, Inuk, Maya, Inca, Yoruba, Pueblo, and many more.

Starting Feb. 2, 2021 @ 11:00AM PST
Grades: K-3

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