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The Learning Center
at the Center for Home Education
 
Our Vision 
The vision of the Center for Home Education  is to provide education with excellence and purpose for homeschool families who are dedicated to raising-up a generation to impact their world for Christ!


This homeschool haven provides a stimulating learning environment with classes in all the core subjects as well as a myriad of electives to offer opportunities to embark on enjoyable and purposeful learning experiences.
 
        

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The Center for Home Education offers a variety of classes for all levels from kindergarten through high school including: Writing, Math, History, Geography, Government and Science PLUS a number of enrichment classes such as: Art, Economics & Personal Finance, just to name a few.  All of our classes are less than $10 per hour.  
 
Our Cottage Theatre provides a venue where students can showcase their God given talents in Music, Theatre, Voice, Readers Theatre and Speech. Our students are in involved in full Production Classes such as Sound of Music, Fiddler on the Roof, The Music Man, and many more.  
 
Our Cafe is a place for students and parents to relax and connect with each other. We offer a full espresso bar with specialty drinks, a variety of snacks, icecream, sodas, juices, coffees, teas, smoothies and more.  
 
The Center for Home Education is a homeschool haven just waiting for you. Drop in anytime. We are located at 5733 Watauga Road, in Watauga, a suburb in NE Fort Worth, Texas just south of Keller!  
 
Our Classes fill up fast, so don't delay, Sign up now!  Most of our classes are $10 or less per class hour!
 
 
Some of our classes offered are listed below


Store Hours

 
Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 2:00pm
NO SATURDAYS IN DECEMBER 2014
CLOSED SUNDAYS!!!

2014
END OF 16 WEEKS IS DECEMBER 15TH 
STORE CLOSED DECEMBER 16TH THROUGH SUNDAY JANUARY 4TH

 
 2015

Spring Semester Begins Friday, January 9th
Spring Break is March 9th-13th
Closed on Good Friday, April 3rd, 
14 week classes end the week of April 20th
16 week classes end the week of May 4th  2015

 
 
Education is not the filling of a bucket but the lighting of a fire.
William Butler Yates
 
Thank you for the opportunity to impact your children. Please know that we take this responsibility seriously and are committed to excellence. Our goal is to ensure that each student is given the opportunity to reach his or her God given potential and we are dedicated to working to achieve this goal. We ask that our students do the same, nothing more, nothing less.
 
We believe that learning should be enjoyable, stimulating and purposeful and have designed our classes to reflect this philosophy. We also believe that true learning takes time and hard work and want to make sure that our students and parents hold to these same principles. Please note that class sizes have been limited and class times extended in order to help us achieve these goals. We have purposed, at this time, not to burden you with numerous rules but rather to inspire you with our vision. We trust that your students will respect this decision.  
Come expecting to work hard, intending to learn, and purposing to participate. We look forward to sharing in your learning experience.
 
Most of our classes are 1 1/2 hours or longer and 14 - 16 weeks per semester. 
 
Early Elementary  (K - 3rd)      
Elementary  (3- 6th)    Middle School  (6 - 9th)         High School  (9 - 12th)        
Intro to Theatre                             Math                                Critical Thinking/Current Events  Art History & Appreciation 
Science is Fun Exploring Art  Civics Economics & Personal Finance 
Foundation Station (K-1) Science Is Fun Exploring American History  World History & Bible 
Foundation Station (1-2) Musical Theatre Texas History  American History & Bible 
Foundation Station (2-3) International Exploration General Science  Government/Current Events 
Butterfly Science Acting Up Physical Science  Biology 
Fairy Tale Theatre History Comes Alive Vocal Music Lab  Vocal Music Lab
Elementary Music Language Arts Language Arts Computer Topics
Elementary Art Readers Theatre Acting and Improvisation Anatomy & Physiology
Four Foreign Languages Math Marine Biology
  Explore Creation Flash Mob Dance Algebra 1
  Elementary Spanish Sculpture Algebra 2
  Flash Mob Dance Painting Pre-Calculus
  Guitar Fundamentals Geometry
  French 1 Chemistry
  Spanish 1 Physics
  Drawing  Language Arts
  LIfe Science  Exploring Geography HS
      Speech
      Psychology
      French 2
      Spanish 2
      Drawing
      Avanced Guitar
     
 
 
Policies:   
The Learning Center is here to assist with, but is not responsible for, the education of your students.   
 
Students should dress modestly for classes and are expected to behave in a Christ-like manner and respect the property of the Center at all times. Those who do not will be dismissed from the program. 
 
CELL PHONES SHOULD BE TURNED OFF!  NO TEXTING DURING CLASS!  Could lead to dismissal from class. 
 
Students who skip classes without permission will be dismissed from the program.  
 
CAIA, Inc. dba Center for Home Education cannot be held responsible for any claims of loss, damage,
and/or injury of any nature or property resulting from programs or activities. 
 
Parents are responsible for picking up their children promptly at the end of their child’s class schedule.  

Students must stay in close proximity of The Learning Center before and after class while waiting for parents.

Children may be dropped off no sooner than 10 minutes before class is scheduled to begin.  Please do not drop off students before The Learning Center opens for business.    
 
Class Fees include a $50.00 non-refundable deposit, which secures your student’s place in the class. 
 
The annual payment plans are outlined on the student registration packet forms.

Students are asked to take their books and backpacks with them to classes and not leave them on any of the tables.  

Students are asked NOT to wear shoes with in-line skates as they are destroying our floors.  

Due to health regulations, the Cafe is not available for refrigeration or re-heating of any outside food items. Students may use the kitchen facilities available in the Annex building.

We believe that learning should be enjoyable, stimulating and purposeful and have designed our classes to reflect this philosophy. We also believe that true learning takes time and hard work and want to make sure that our   students and parents hold to these same principles. Please note that class sizes have been limited and class times extended in order to help us achieve these goals. So, come expecting to work hard, intending to learn, and purposing to participate and we look forward to sharing in your learning experience.  

                                                                                                                                  Thank You!