Our first registration for 2023-24 is this coming Tuesday, May 23 from 10am-2pm at Calvary Baptist Church. Come and register early and secure your classes for next year. Be sure to mark on your calendar the orientation dates. Orientation is mandatory for all new and returning students. There are two times available during the summer.
Tuesday, July 18
Tuesday, August 22
9:30-10:30 ~ High School
11:00-11:30 – Elementary
Families with Jr. high students can choose either orientation time.
Families registering May 23 and families registering by mail/email will need to attend one of the orientations listed above.
Come join us at Calvary Baptist Church on April 25th from 10am-2pm for our Open House. Staff will be available to answer questions and classes will be on display for the new school year 2023-24. Hope to see you there!
Our new class schedule will be posted on the site prior to April 25. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us HERE.
Though registration dates and orientations have passed, it is not too late to register for classes that begin Tuesday, September 13th. If you are still interested or need more information, please contact us HERE and we would be happy to help you.
Families don't miss the HS Orientation Tues, August 23rd at 11am at CBC. It is for new and returning students. If you already attended the one in July, you are all set. It will take place during our last day of on- campus registration that runs from 10-2pm. Look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask on our Connect page.
Hello Families ~ Registration for summer classes has begun and space is limited!
Why is HSFM offering a few free summer classes?
Class run from June 28 – July 26: Tuesdays &/or Thursdays
See each course description for specific days/times.
G7-12 ~ INTRO TO COMPUTER SCIENCE & PROGRAMING WITH PYTHON
Mr. Ken Blankshain
Material Fee: families contribute $5 for materials (usb drive, misc.)
TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 12:40-2:10
Ms. Jana Corrigan
Material Fee: families contribute $5 per class for materials ($20 max)
TUESDAYS 12:40-2:00 (June 28, July 5, 19, 26; no class July 12)
GK-6 ~ PHONICS & LANGUAGE ARTS DEVELOPMENT
Mrs. Lesie Blankshain
Material Fee: families contribute $5 fee for printed material & class supplies
TUESDAYS 40-minutes Sessions: 12:40-1:20; 1:30-2:10; 2:20-3:00
THURSDAYS 12:40-2:10 as needed
G4-12 ~ AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
Mrs. Lesie Blankshain
Material Fee: families contribute possible $0-5 for printed resources; optional book order $10-15
TBD - TUESDAY or THURSDAY, 50 minutes - Timing will be determined based on the Tues/Thurs hours of the other classes.
GK-6 ~ READ ALOUDS
Mrs. Lesie Blankshain
Material Fee: none
TBD - TUESDAY or THURSDAY, 40 minutes - Timing will be determined based on the Tues/Thurs hours of the other classes. Chapter books will be selected based on the ages of children enrolling.
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CHEA ~ LOCAL 1-DAY CONVENTION June 10 ~ Whether you are a seasoned home school family or new to homeschooling, you might want to check out this 1 day opportunity to hear inspirational speakers and visit the curriculum exhibit hall. It is free for CHEA members and only $10 for non-members.
"The Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California is a non-profit ministry established in 1982 to provide information, support, and training to the home education community throughout the state. We define home education as parent-directed, home-based, privately-funded education."
TESTING, BJU PRESS - CHEA (Christian Home Educators Association) is partnering with Family Protection Ministries, National Home Education Research, and BJU Press to conduct California specific homeschool research. The CHEA administrators have reached out to HSFM because they need large amounts of data, and are looking for homeschool families to test this year through BJU. By testing with BJU (all personal data is confidential), we can help these organizations compile statistical information to help defend private homeschooling with our California legislators if and when homeschooling's effectiveness becomes an issue and lawmakers attempt to pass legislation that regulates and controls our freedoms to homeschool privately. They need students to participate in testing before the end of July 2021. For more information, you can reference these websites. Also, remember to keep our legislators in your prayers as well as the homeschool advocates and attorneys who serve through these ministries.