Join us for the 2017-2018 school year!
Submit your application by May 31st to Receive a $15 discount per Class
We are gearing up for the 2017-2018 school year - our 20th year of ministry. For nearly 20 years we have been helping homeschool families in a variety of subjects. We offer Math, English, Science, History and Foreign Languages to middle school and high school students. We are always happy to have prospective students and their parents tour our facility and sit in on a class or two. If you are interested in joining us, please contact Angela or Deborah at 864-354-9934 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. For full descriptions of the courses we are offering this year, click here.
The Home School Resource Center has been offering exciting and challenging courses for middle and high school students since 1998. It is our goal to help parents with classes they are unable to teach at home while preparing their students for college and life beyond school. Our small classes are a great transition from home to the classroom setting.
Family Centered Spanish
Homeschoolers know the value of learning as a family. Being able to tackle a subject and discuss it as a group makes it easier for everyone to learn. We think this is especially true for foreign languages. Learning a language together means you have someone to practice with. We are excited to offer a Spanish class for families. The 8 week introduction to Spanish will cover basic language skills. The class is appropriate for children ages 2 and up and their parents. The tuition covers one parent and two children. Additional family members may join the class for $30 each. The class meets Tuesday evenings from 6:30-7:30 pm. Dates are June 6 to August 1. There will be no class on July 4th. Tuition is $150. Minimum class size is 8 people. This class is not eligible for high school credit.
Mr. Freitag recommends starting math at the Resource Center as early as 6th grade. We have found that students who try to jump straight into Algebra 1 are not always prepared to do the work. Because students are transitioning to a new book and a new class, they often have gaps between what they have learned and what we expect them to know. This can lead to struggle and frustration. We highly recommend transitioning to the Resource Center in 6th or 7
Home School Resource Center ♦ 115 Buist Avenue ♦ Greenville, SC 29609 ♦ 864-354-9934 ♦ email@example.com