Your Homeschool Partner
Monthly Tuition $600
If you are veterans or new to homeschooling, we are the partners you are looking for! By providing learning experiences for your homeschool student in the core subjects of reading, writing, and math, we do the heavy lifting for you.
Our teachers ensure that we close gaps and accelerate curriculum by placing your child at their instructional level in each subject. The academic program at Advanced Academics places an emphasis on every aspect of student growth and development while implementing a whole-child curricular approach.
Suitable class sizes and exceptional, qualified teachers allow us to offer a comfortable and inclusive educational environment, while ensuring each homeschool student receives the individualized attention and support they need. Students will enjoy a three hour block with our exceptional educators, leaving the rest of the school day for parent led learning in science, social studies, and specials!
Our curriculum is inclusive of the Georgia Standards and builds on the guiding standards of our Early Learning Program (see below). During their time on campus, students will participate in four unique sessions. They will have three half-hour sessions in a small group with instructional-level based lessons. Students will be evaluated for reading level, writing level and math levels by each strand such as number sense, geometry, or fractions. The rest of their time they will spend with our thematic teacher. She will have a robust theme of the month that all other teachers will follow. In her sessions, students will experience activities such as read-alouds, language games, working with manipulatives, working on problem/project based activities, art and music.
Learning through play: constructing, organizing, and applying knowledge
Creative thinking and expression: communicating through the arts (music & movement, dramatic & performance play, and visual arts
Social and emotional development: interpersonal skills, self-awareness, self-management, relationships, decision-making, and responsibility
Language & Literacy Development: foundational skills, informational text & literature, writing, speaking and listening
Mathematical thinking and expression: exploring, processing, and problem-solving skills with numbers & operations, algebraic concepts, geometry, measurement, date, and probability
Scientific thinking: biological sciences, physical sciences, earth & space sciences, and environment & ecology
Social studies thinking: civics, government, economics, geography, and history
Health, wellness and physical development: healthful living, safety & injury prevention, gross motor coordination and concepts, principles & strategies of fine motor coordination