A supplemental educational program
for home school students
The following classes are full for 2014-15:
Composition and Literature for 7th/8th grades
Composition and Literature for 9th/10th grades
Composition and Literature for 10th-12th grades
Total IEW @ 10:15
Intro to IEW @ 10:30 with De Forbin
IEW @ 9:30
IEW @ 1:00
Jr. Literature @ 2:15
World History: High School
Jr. High Mystery of History @ 10:15
Art Technique I @ 3:30
Art @ 11:30
Systems of the Body @ 12:00
Power Science @ 1:00
Group Voice @ 1:00
Sewing @ 2:15
Quilting @ 2:15
What began as a handful of enrichment classes has developed into an expanding educational program.
HELP homeschool believes in the home schooling parent. As the image above indicates, instructors partner with the parents for the purpose of equipping them in their God-given task of educating their children. Parents are given the flexibility to select only one or a full course of subjects based on a student's need, and because classes are held only once per week, families experience minimal disruption to their school year.
HELP homeschool continues to grow and adapt as the needs of our families change. When a particular course is desired, qualified instructors are sought to step in to fill the need. Contact us for campus location information.
HELP homeschool offers a wide variety of classes!
For those seeking enrichment opportunities, classes such as Spanish, Art, Nutri-Fit Class, Mad Science, Musical Theatre, Lego Robotics 2, Galloping the Globe, Jr Lit for 5th-7th graders, and Crazy Contraptions are available for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade are available.
Students who need to earn high school credits and prepare for college require more rigorous academic courses. HELP offers courses in Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, and Fine Arts to students in grades 7 thru 12. These courses are led by qualified and experienced instructors.
HELP operates on a University Model, which means that instructors hold classes every Wednesday, and the students learn to establish a homework schedule that allows them to meet assignment deadlines. This type of time-management skill is a valuable asset to students as they prepare for college.
Please access the “Courses” link to read more.
Our instructors are comprised of a group of Christian men and women who are skilled in their respective fields and have a passion for teaching. Because most of their own children are enrolled on campus, the leadership and teaching staff have a vested interest in the integrity of the program.
Please access “Instructors” link to learn more about our tutors.
Every parent wants the best for their child. An ideal way to determine whether HELP is a fit for your family is to visit our campus which is currently held at 844 State Route 131, Milford, OHIO (Milford Christian Church). Instructors are eager to open their classes to guests and speak to prospective students and parents!
Access registration forms via the links on the left of the page. Completed forms and a non-refundable $30.00 registration fee may be dropped off in person at HELP on the Wednesdays we meet for classes or mailed to:
Judy Young, Director
5580 SR 133
Williamsburg, Ohio 45176
Only ½ of the total tuition due is collected at the time of registration. The balance is due on or before the first day of the new semester. Refer to the registration forms for specific tuition calculation data.
Note: Fees collected for classes cover instructor fees and operational costs. The leadership of HELP, Judy Young (Director) & Barb Woeste (Administration), receive no monetary compensation. They view their work at HELP as a ministry and cheerfully “bank” the memories and the gratitude received from families.