Home School Jr and Sr High Courses
2018-2019 School Year
Classes that are currently full and accepting waitlist students:
None at this time
Learning Station is a home school group providing two tracks from which to choose.
Upper Level meets on Wednesdays in Ephrata at
Grace Point Church of the Nazarene, 110 Durlach, Ephrata 17522, right off 322W.
(Please note this change of location for 2018-19. Former location, LEFC, Lititz, PA)
Investing in our children’s future by inspiring them to reach their God given potential
Supporting homeschool families by providing a cooperative learning environment in which students develop academically and socially in a Christian community
Collaboration: parents working together to meet shared educational needs
Structure: classroom environment that encourages learning with accountability
Community: cultivating a welcoming atmosphere which fosters positive relationships
Safe environment: students learning and exploring ideas in the context of a Christian worldview
Variety: exposing students to diverse teaching styles, passions, skills, and expertise
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In the Upper Level track, families pay for classes for their Jr and Sr High student(s). The classes will be of a level that enables the student to 1) receive credit towards graduation requirements; 2) have experience taking classes out of the home that have specific deadlines and requirements ; and 3) learn from a variety of teachers that have either high interest in, or special training in their subject area.
Those in Upper Level may also have the opportunity to register children of all ages (not just Jr and Sr High) for Safety Day and Achievement testing if there are open spots after co-op families have signed up. There is also a book sale sponsored by co-op families that Upper Level parents will have early admittance to.
The Upper Level day begins with a short devotional and group activity that is open to all Upper Level students who wish to join in.
Learning Station Instructors and Upper Level monitors need to submit a Childline Background check and read through LEFC’s KidSafe material. Additionally, Learning Station instructors are asked to show that they are in agreement with LEFC’s statement of faith.
In the Co op track, families agree to fulfill teaching requirements and provide certain opportunities for each other’s children. If you have interest in learning more about this track, which includes classes for all ages, visit https://www.homeschool-life.com/pa/lscoop for more information.