Summer Doesn’t Last Forever.

School Will Be Here Before You Know It.
Don’t Be Late Planning for Fall 2021.

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As this paragraph is being written, it’s still May 2021, but there is already noticeable demand to open up enrollment for Fall 2021! On September 1st, classes will begin for the 2021-2022 school year.

Also, per our recent announcement on social media and on our video channel, we are responding to another flood of demands, the requests to expand our age ranges beyond high school into the elementary grades.

Here is the Enrollment Application. Click here.

Classes available for the 2021-2022 school year include;

  • Elementary and Middle School Science Classes Grades 1 through 8.
  • High School Chemistry.
  • High School Biology.
  • High School Physics.
Future offerings starting with Summer School 2022 will include more types of classes traditionally considered high school “electives” such as Anatomy, Forensic Science, Environmental Science, etc.

How Do the Classes Work?

Please send any questions you have that you may not find the answers for here to They will be answered within 24 hours.

  • Mondays through Fridays there will be LIVE webcam instruction, including laboratory demonstrations. Monday through Friday LIVE instruction will last approximately 45 minutes per day, just like traditional, in-person school.
  • Mr. K will post “office hours” in which he guarantees to be available for webcam conferencing for more face-to-face help than merely emailing or messaging, although emailing or messaging Mr. K is fine, too.
  • Students in middle school and high school grades will have the opportunity to belong to a social media Study Buddy Cluster, so that they may have access to peer companionship and peer help. This will also make students feel more a part of a class for healthy social development purposes.
  • Study Buddy Clusters will be assigned Cluster Activities (mostly on weekends between the weeks of regular Monday through Friday sessions.)
  • Mr. K will appear online during some weekends for Special Weekend Presentations such as taking students live on-camera for a virtual field trip, etc.
  • Middle and high school students may, from time to time, be given a list of materials (especially for classes such as High School Chemistry) that can be purchased in local stores or on common, mainstream websites such as Amazon for performing some laboratory exercises at home. All home labs for students to perform will use locally store-bought materials that are already common household chemicals in many homes. All labs that use any substances requiring more safety equipment and safety procedures than should be tried in a home will be done only on webcam or video by Mr K.
  • Students will be graded on assignments and receive a grade so that they may 1.) assess how they are doing understanding the course material, and 2.) have some form of grade record if they are using this course for homeschool purposes.