***New*** ONLINE COURSES

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE HERE.


Community is offering limited courses to be available as online courses.  Students enrolling in online course MUST be enrolled in at least one additional on-site course. Online courses are open to 8th-12th grade students. 




Tutor: Josh Abbott
Email: josh@tlcmemphis.org













Online Spanish I Course
Course Prerequisites: None
8th grade and up.


Spanish Year 1 excellently presents acquisition, grammar and conversation skills. Stories, easy-to-learn strategies, detailed examples, and abundant application exercises promote meaningful use of the language. This Spanish course is a Comprehensible Input Spanish course.

Required Materials and Text:

Tutor will provide curriculum.

Additional materials will be required for student to purchase, including the following:



Online Course Option
Tuition*$350 a year. May be paid in full or as 2 payments to Josh Abbott, postdated July 1 and October 1.
Supply Fee with Technology Fee included: $175 due at registration 

NOTE: Community online courses are only available to students registered in a campus class.

Class size minimum set at 6 registered students.


*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st unless a class does not meet the minimum requirement of students. Please check with individual tutors about their minimum requirements per class.



Tutor: Jenny Radmer
Email: jennyradmer@gmail.com
Cell: 901-305-5622












Online Algebra 1 Course

Pre-requisites: Pre-Algebra

Required Materials and Text:




Online Course Option
Tuition*$375 a year. May be paid in full or as 2 payments to Jenny Radmer, postdated July 1 and October 1.
Supply Fee with Technology Fee included: $150 due at registration 

NOTE: Community online courses are only available to students registered in a campus class.

Class size minimum set at 6 registered students.



Online Precalculus Course
Pre-requisites: Algebra 2

Required Materials and Text:



Online Course Option
Tuition*$375 a year. May be paid in full or as 2 payments to Jenny Radmer, postdated July 1 and October 1.
Supply Fee with Technology Fee included: $150 due at registration 

NOTE: Community online courses are only available to students registered in a campus class.

Class size minimum set at 6 registered students.

*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st unless a class does not meet the minimum requirement of students. Please check with individual tutors about their minimum requirements per class.



Online ACT Prep: Science and Reasoning Course

Pre-Requisite: Must be currently enrolled in Junior or Senior Level English or Math at Community 

This course will demystify the science portion of the ACT by clarifying common misconceptions about the test and by learning test taking strategies. 

The science portion of the ACT is divided in to three portions: data representation, research summaries, and conflicting viewpoints. The course will emphasize reading and applying information from graphs, tables and charts, decoding research paragraphs to accurately answer questions and apply information, and analyzing differing viewpoints to deduce both similarities and differences. The course will also offer resources for the portion of the ACT that does require outside science knowledge. All lessons and coursework will be submitted online, including tests and quizzes.

Required Materials: 
Reliable daily internet access

Online Course Option
Tuition: $100
Supply Fee with Technology Fee included: $100 non-refundable fee includes online access to Official ACT Prep

Class size minimum set at 6 registered students.

*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st unless a class does not meet the minimum requirement of students. Please check with individual tutors about their minimum requirements per class.



Tutor: Heather Jones
Email: heatherlpj@yahoo.com
Phone: 901-336-9193














Online English 11/12: British Literature with Composition Course
Pre-requisites: 11th - 12th  
This course is comparable to English 3 or 4

Multiple essays, literary analysis assignments, and projects will be assigned throughout this 30-week course. Students will develop and practice critical thinking skills through the analysis of short stories, novels, poetry, and plays. Students will gain an understanding of the themes, history, vocabulary, symbolism, grammar, and literary devices found within the classic selections.

Alongside extensive writing, we’ll dive into excellent and age appropriate classic British literature with corresponding vocabulary for a well-rounded English credit. This course includes writing, literature (classic novels, plays, short stories, and poetry), and vocabulary. 

A basic knowledge of grammar and academic essays is necessary to participate in this course. 

Class Requirements:
• Must have daily access to the internet and printer
• Summer Reading: Selection provided upon registration
• Purchase literature books and curriculum: Comprehensive list provided upon registration


Online Course Option
Tuition*$375 a year. May be paid in full or as 2 payments to Heather Jones, postdated July 1 and October 1.
Supply Fee with Technology Fee included: $175 due at registration 

NOTE: Community online courses are only available to students registered in a campus class.

Class size minimum set at 6 registered students.


*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st unless a class does not meet the minimum requirement of students. Please check with individual tutors about their minimum requirements per class.




Tutor: Suzanne Pike     
Email: writewithhope@gmail.com
Phone: 901-606-3331














Online Foundations for High School & Study Skills
Course Prerequisites: 7th grade and up

This class will provide a fun, confidence-building experience that will build a strong foundation for high school level work. This is not a homework-heavy class. Students will work practically with their homework from other classes and home-based coursework. There will be 1-2 short essays per semester with most of the work done primarily in class.

Organization:
• Organize binders, notes, and daily work 
• Improved comprehension, greater confidence, and strong independence in academic workload
• Create daily student-led study plans
• Real-time skill building using current coursework as the basis of weekly lessons 
• Navigating online lesson plans with schoology
• Accessing valuable tools that streamline the students' homework experience

PLUS English Skills Covered:
• Organizing/sequencing ideas
• Improving sentence structure
• Developing strong paragraphs
• How to answer essay questions
• Grammar review
• Editing/proofreading

• Word processing/keyboarding

Practicing best work in the classroom and at home:
• Learn how to be an active classroom participant
• Practice taking notes in multiple formats

• Note-Taking from Textbooks and Lectures


Required Materials:
2 inch, solid 3 ring binder
pens
pencils
highlighters
one unopened package of notebook paper

Online Course Option
Tuition*$375 a year, paid in one or two post-dated checks to Suzanne Pike, July 1 and October 1
Supply Fee with Technology Fee included: $150 due at registration 

NOTE: Community online courses are only available to students registered in a campus class.

Class size minimum set at 6 registered students. All fees will be held until minimum is met.

*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st unless a class does not meet the minimum requirement of students. Please check with individual tutors about their minimum requirements per class.



NOTE: Within each course, there will be opportunities for live and interactive class time.​
The classes will also include strategically planned access to additional formats in order to thoroughly cover required class material while maintaining the personal connection with our valued Community families.








Tuition payment arrangements must be made with individual tutors.
A nonrefundable Early Registration fee of $60 per student will be paid directly to Community (max. $180 per family) via online registration.
Registration is $70 per person after May 31st (max. $210 per family).

NOTE: Registration is not complete until registration fees and tutor supply/material fees* are paid at our Open House. Registrations after Open House are to be completed with all fees paid to tutors within two weeks of online registration in order to avoid restarting the registration process.

*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st.


Community Tutors are contracted to serve as enrichment tutors alongside a comprehensive home education program.
Grade reporting is the responsibility of the student's parent or guardian.





Note: Community is not an umbrella school and recommends the students of Community be registered with a home education umbrella school.