The following educational service providers are some of the partners we are currently working with.
THE POTTER'S SCHOOL
TPS provides fully interactive online core and elective classes for grades 4-12 students worldwide. Live classes feature audio, chat, interactive presentations and a shared whiteboard for all participants. TPS teachers provide frequent timely individual feedback for evaluation and improvement. Students and parents can view class messages, track assignments, submit work, and view grades and feedback through a single interface enabling management for all enrolled courses. Upon completion TPS provides homeschool grade reports with accredited transcripts available upon request from NARHS.
SKY VALLEY EDUCATION CENTER
Sky Valley Education Center is an alternative school focusing on individualized learning plans and a wide variety of experiences.
HOMESCHOOL SPANISH ACADEMY
Homeschool Spanish Academy was founded by Ron Fortin, who, after quitting his IT consulting job, accepted a new job in Guatemala as the principal of a school for impoverished kids. During his time in Guatemala - while running his school during the day - he saw an opportunity to provide high quality native speaking Spanish instruction to friends and relatives with homeschool students and decided to pursue this venture. A big believer in stewardship, Ron continues to help impoverished children, their families, and local communities in Guatemala.
TIDE Academy (an acronym for Total Immersion through a Dynamic Education), is, according to their website, "An alternative school for families with non-traditional lives." TIDE strives to provide a one-on-one personalized education for each student, provide a flexible education adapted to each student, and promote learning outside the classroom.
Rocklin Learning Center Malaysia offers a PreK-12th Grade education as a church-based homeschool learning center. We support Homeschool families with individual classes, sports & P.E., ESL, student records, official transcripts, grade assessment, and even a HS diploma. We can provide an accredited umbrella school for students who wish to attend university.
The Freedmen Institute of Transitional Education (FITE) is an accelerated individualized learning program designed to assist students with “moving in, moving through and moving out” of life's transitions. FITE’s curriculum focuses on skills and capabilities that will serve learners at work, in college, and in life. Our program addresses the essential basic and secondary math, communication, and critical thinking skills needed for success. Embedded within our instruction are literacy skills in comprehension, analysis, application, and synthesis. Students will also learn support skills to help the acquire new knowledge and abilities.
Education Without Walls
Education Without Walls
Education without Walls is an independent collaborative group of individuals, teachers, and specialty schools that have come together to educate and socialize children in a non-judgmental and supportive environment. The philosophy of this group is one of community building, inclusion, and flexibility
Crossroads Academy is an Ocala-based Private School helping special needs children achieve their full potential through a safe and structured learning environment.
Crossroads Academy is a private school that specializes in helping children with dyslexia, hyperlexia, auditory processing disorders, and dysgraphia. We have eight children in a class which is then broken down again into two groups. We use several of the Lindamood-Bell®programs as our delivery method to help our students to be able to retrieve information more readily.Crossroads Academy is an Ocala-based Private School helping special needs children achieve their full potential through a safe and structured learning environment.
Meridian High School
Meridian High School is dedicated to the belief that equal educational opportunity and a strong education system are crucial cornerstones of an autonomous society.
Meridian High School maintains a racially non-discriminating policy and admits students of any races, religions, gender and ethnic backgrounds to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students.