Academic classes with a twist.

Our small-group, collaborative academic classes utilize a project based, multi-modal approach to learning. By emphasizing experience over rote learning we empower students to learn by doing, to grow form their mistakes, and to develop vital 21st century skills.

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Collabrative

Personalized

Experiential

Project-Based

Exploring each student's unique potential.

Academic classes at Homeroom Education provide a supplemental compliment to any educational plan. Following state and national standards, our classes are designed and taught by dedicated faculty who are passionate about the subjects they teach. 


All classes at Homeroom Education accommodate multi-modal learning, emphasize real world applications, and empower families to personalize their academic goals. Our small class sizes (no more than 10 students per instructor) means that each student receives the personalized attention they need to recognize their unique potential.

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Classes

Our classes are divided into collaborative, age appropriate, small-groups. We are currently offering 12-week long classes for:


Tinker Tots

(ages 18 months - 3 years)


Tiny Tinkers

(3 - 5 years)


Kids

(6 - 9 years)


Youth

(10 - 12 years)


Teens

(13 -17 years)


Class names listed in black are being offered to multiple age groups.


Now Offering BIG Savings 

With Class Bundles


Full Year Bundle 

Save $200 when you enroll in Part 1 & 

Part 2 of multi-semester classes.


Full Day Bundle

Save $50 when you enroll in a morning and afternoon class on the same day.


Please Note: Prices listed are per-semester.



Fall 2019 Schedule of Classes
Spring 2020 Schedule of Classes
Math & Engineering
Science & Technology
History & Civics
English & Literature
Art & Maker
Fall 2019 Schedule of Classes
 10:00am - 12:00pm12:30pm - 2:30pm3:00pm - 6:00pm
MondayPre-Algebra - Part 1
Western World History - Part 1
Algebra I - Part 1
Government & Citizenship
 Tuesday Travel WritingCurious & Creative - Part 1STEAM Lab
WednesdayTinker Physics
Maker Ed: Physics - Part 1
 Maker Ed: Chemistry - Part 1STEAM Lab
ThursdayApp Development - Part 1
Science of the Everyday
Am. Lit.: Am. Voices - Part 1 
Machine Learning - Part 1
Art of Math - Part 1
Analytical Writing - Part 1
 STEAM Lab
FridayTinker TimeTinker Time
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Spring 2020 Schedule of Classes
10:00am - 12:00pm12:30pm - 2:30pm3:00pm - 6:00pm
MondayPre-Algebra - Part 2
Western World History - Part 2
 Algebra I - Part 2
Economics & Politics
Tuesday Zine WritingCurious & Creative - Part 2 STEAM Lab
WednesdayMaker Ed: Physics - Part 2Maker Ed: Chemistry - Part 2STEAM Lab
Thursday App Development - Part 2
Nature All Around Us
Am. Lit.: Am. Voices - Part 2 
Machine Learning - Part 2
Art of Math - Part 2
Analytical Writing - Part 2
 STEAM Lab
FridayTinker Time  Tinker Time
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Math & Engineering
Pre-Algebra Part 1 & 2
$800

Instructor: Dr. Lynne
Part 1: Mondays, Sep. 9th - Dec. 2nd
Part 2: Mondays, Jan. 20th - April 20th
Youth (10 - 12) 10:00am - 12:00pm


Get ready for high school level math with Pre-Algebra. Cement your foundational math knowledge through project-based collaborative activities while learning advanced concepts and their real world applications. 

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Algebra I - Part 1 & 2
$800

Instructor: Dr. Lynne
Part 1: Mondays, Sep. 9th - Dec. 2nd
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 20th - April 20th
Teen (13-17) 12:30pm - 2:30pm


Utilizing projects and experiments you will be introduced to practical real life applications of Algebra. Build upon your fundamental Algebra knowledge with advanced topics such as graphing, quadratics, radicals, and more.

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App Development: Swift
$900

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Part 1: Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Youth-Teen (10 - 17), 10:00am - 12:00pm


Learn computer science skills and the Swift programming language while creating mobile apps. Gain real-world app development skills using the same  industry standard software and hardware used by Apple engineers. 

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Machine Learning Part 1 & 2
$900

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Part 1: Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Youth - Teen (10 - 17), 12:30pm - 2:30pm


Machine learning and artificial intelligence research are driving the tech world toward life changing developments. Your own builds, designs, and robots will demonstrate how math and science are driving this exciting new field.

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Art of Math
$800

Instructor: Phoenix Snedeker 

Part 1: Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Kids (6 - 9), 12:30om - 2:30pm


In this math class have fun learning the fun-damentals. Gain practical experience in math and geometry topics such as fractals and tessellations, with projects like quilt making, bubbles, dome construction and other builds. 

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Science & Technology
Tinker Physics
$850

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Wednesdays, Sep. 11th - Dec. 4th
Youth (10 - 12) 10:00am - 12:00pm


Explore machines and the science that makes them work. Each week there will be a new fun build and activity that demonstrate how the science of machines plays an important role in every aspect of your daily life. 

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Maker Ed: Physics
$900

Instructor: Dr. Lynne
Part 1: Wednesdays, Sep. 11th - Dec. 4th 
Part 2: January 22nd - April 22nd
Teens (13-17) 10:00am - 12:00pm


Expand your physics knowledge and prepare for future scientific study in this high school level physics class. Weekly experiments and projects will provide a deeper understanding of physics and its practical applications.

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Maker Ed: Chemistry
$900

Instructor: Dr. Lynne
Part 1: Wednesdays, Sep. 11th - Dec. 4th 
Part 2: January 22nd - April 22nd 
Teens (ages 12-16) 12:30pm - 2:30pm


It's time to get chemical! Chemical reactions, stoichiometry, the periodic table, periodic trends, nomenclature, and chemical problem solving are all explored in this introduction to chemistry class. 

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Science of Everyday
$750
Instructor: Phoenix Snedeker
Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Kids (5-8), 10:00am - 12:00pm


Jump into an interactive science class and explore your curiosity! Learn about density, energy, heat, mechanics, chemistry and biology through activities such as making candy, playing with soap and building projects.

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App Development: Swift
$900

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Part 1: Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Youth-Teen (10 - 17), 10:00am - 12:00pm


Learn computer science skills and the Swift programming language while creating mobile apps. Gain real-world app development skills using the same  industry standard software and hardware used by Apple engineers. 

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Nature All Around Us
$750

Instructor: Phoenix Snedeker
Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Kids (5 - 9), 10:00am - 12:00pm


Every week you will explore the nature around us like trees, birds, insects and more to learn about the science you see everyday. Introductory concepts from biology, botany, physics, and chemistry will all be covered.

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Machine Learning Part 1 & 2
$900

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Part 1: Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Youth - Teen (10 - 17), 12:30pm - 2:30pm


Machine learning and artificial intelligence research are driving the tech world toward life changing developments. Your own builds, designs, and robots will demonstrate how math and science are driving this exciting new field.

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History & Civics
World History Part 1 & 2
$600

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Part 1: Mondays, Sep. 9th - Dec. 2nd
Part 2: Mondays, Jan. 20th - April 20th
Teens (13-17) 10:00am - 12:00pm


In this survey of Western World History examine just how far back the geographic, ethnic, political, and religious tensions that have shaped the 20th century go! Group discussions and activities will provide new perspectives.

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Government & Citizenship
$600

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Mondays, Sep. 9th - Dec. 2
Teens (13-17) 12:30pm - 2:30pm


Learn about government from a local, state, and federal standpoint by understanding what it means to be a citizen: your rights, your obligations, and your privileges. Find out how to become active citizen.

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Economics & Politics
$600

Instructor: Navanita Mukhopadhyay
Mondays, January 20th - April 20th
Teens (13-17) 12:30pm - 2:30pm


From the kitchen table to the federal treasury to the coffers of foreign governments, world events and politics effect every aspect of economics. Understand how world events can impact your personal economic goals.

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English & Literature
Travel Writing
$600

Instructor: Susan Miller
Tuesdays, Sep. 10th - Dec. 3rd
Youth (10 - 12), 10:00am - 12:00pm


Explore many places, topics and genres to develop strong writing skills. Students’ interests influence the topics as we do authentic research and use the full range of the writing process to reflect audience, purpose and personality.  

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American Lit: American Voices
$600

Instructor: Susan Miller
Part 1: Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Teen (13-17), 10:00am - 12:00pm


America’s multitude of voices will be our focus. Critical analysis, inclusive & engaging discussions, writing & creative projects will guide us through American novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction.   

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Analytical Writing
$600

Instructor: Susan Miller
Part 1: Thursdays, Sep. 12th - Dec. 5th
Part 2: Thursdays, Jan. 23rd - April 23rd
Teen (13-17), 12:30pm - 2:30pm


Writers use rhetorical devices, techniques and language to build arguments. We’ll analyze and practice writing analytical/argumentative essays to share and argue. First science-based essays, then topics/issues students choose. 

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Zines Writing
$600

Instructor: Susan Miller
Tuesdays, Jan. 21st - April 21st
Youth (10 - 12), 10:00am - 12:00pm



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Art & Maker
Curious & Creative
$800

Instructor: Susan Miller
Part 1: Tuesdays, Sep. 10th - Dec. 3rd
Part 2: Tuesdays, Jan. 21st - April 21st
Youth(10 - 12), 12:30pm - 2:30pm


Entrepreneurial know-how and creative resourcefulness will be the focus in this collaborative, project-based workshop style class. Students will take confidence building steps on their entrepreneurial adventure.

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Tinker Time
$450

Instructor: Faculty 
Fridays, Sep. 13th - Dec. 6th
Tinker Tots (18 months - 3 years) and Parents; 10:00am - 12:00pm


Take a break from the day to enjoy some structured play and creativity with your Tinker Tot. This class is a chance to say yes to mess and discovery while making new tot and parent friends. 

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Tinker Time
$450

Instructor: Faculty 
Fridays, Sep. 13th - Dec. 6th
Tinker Tots (3 - 5 Years) and Parents, 12:30pm - 2:30pm


Take a break from the day to enjoy some structured play and creativity with your Tiny Tinker . This class is a chance to say yes to mess and discovery while making new tiny tinker and parent friends. 

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