English (High School)

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE HERE.




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


"As designer and principal content creator for several websites (including this one!) with a background in printing, marketing & communication, I am keenly interested in how information is transmitted. As technology advances, we need the written word more than ever! I enjoy all forms of writing from creative blogging and marketing materials to business emails, contracts and proposals. Among my passions is great literature, which I look forward to introducing to students in a meaningful way."


English 9/10: Intro to World Literature with Composition Foundations
Pre-requisites: 9th - 10th 
This course is comparable to English 1 or 2 and a FULL English credit.

In this course, award winning composition curriculum will help younger high school students learn succinct steps to create their own descriptive, informative, and narrative writing while building vital self-editing skills. We'll explore the writing process by building skills, including brainstorming, revising and evaluation, with beneficial checklists to keep us on track. 
Alongside writing instruction, we’ll dive into excellent and age appropriate classic world literature and corresponding vocabulary for a well-rounded English credit. This course includes writing instruction, literature  (classic novels, plays and poetry), and vocabulary. Literature selections will include the works of Shakespeare, Dickens, and other excellent world classics. 

A basic knowledge of grammar is necessary to participate in this course. All curriculum will be provided and is included in the curriculum fee. Additional materials required and to be purchased by parents are literature books and ready access to a thesaurus and a dictionary. A comprehensive list will be provided upon registration.

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


This course includes writing instruction and will cover a variety of literature including 6 novels, selected short stories & poetry as well as vocabulary and grammar review.
Also included are fun, creative writing exercises to gently guide students who are either reluctant writers as well as engaged the enthusiastic writers!


Tuition*: $400 a year, paid in one or two postdated checks to Heather Jones, July 1 and October 1
Supply Fee: $75 includes curriculum, non-refundable

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


"I cannot believe how amazing your English class has been for my son. Thank you so much for making him a better student. You have really made large strides with him in such a short period. We are so grateful to have found Community!"
~ Melissa, Community parent

English 11/12: British Literature with Composition
Pre-requisites: 11th - 12th  
This course is comparable to English 3 or 4 and a FULL English credit.

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. Also included in this course are fun, creative writing exercises to gently guide reluctant writers as well as engage the enthusiastic writers.

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

Tuition*: $400 a year, paid in one or two postdated checks to Heather Jones, July 1 and October 1
Supply Fee: $75, non-refundable


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.








Pre-requisites: 11th - 12th  
This course is comparable to English 3 or 4 and is a FULL English credit.

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. Also included in this course are fun, creative writing exercises to gently guide reluctant writers as well as engage the enthusiastic writers.

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*: $400 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: Shonte Hill 

Email: shontejhill@gmail.com

Phone: 901-275-5998



"Having been a teacher since leaving college six years ago, I have found that what keeps me going are those moments when a student can take the material I give them and run with it!  I live to see students making connections between what is happening in the classroom and what is going on in the wider world around them and their own lives.  I have a particular love for English and the Humanities having majored in the former in college and studied the later intensively. "

~Shonte Hill


English 10/11: American Literature with Composition
Pre-requisites: 10th - 11th  
This course is comparable to English 2 or 3 and is a FULL English credit.

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 American literature with corresponding vocabulary for a well-rounded English credit. This course includes writing, literature (classic novels, plays, short stories, and poetry), and vocabulary. Also included in this course are fun, creative writing exercises to gently guide reluctant writers as well as engage the enthusiastic writers.

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 additional materials: Comprehensive list provided upon registration

Tuition*: $400 a year, paid in one or two postdated checks to Shonte Hill, July 1 and October 1
Supply Fee: $75, non-refundable


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.




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










English 11/12 with Advanced Literature, Composition, and ACT Prep
Pre-requisites: Students must be 11th or 12th grade
This course is comparable to English 3 or 4 and is a FULL English credit.

Juniors and Seniors will earn 1 English credit AND one ½ credit as an elective for an ACT Prep course with successful completion of this class. 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. This course will cover advanced world literature. Mrs. Suzanne works closely with other English tutors to assure students are not repeating literature. Students will gain an understanding of the themes, history, vocabulary, symbolism, grammar, and literary devices found within the classic selections.

Additionally, students will work from ACT prep resources to prepare for the test. Daily homework will be required to complete this course successfully. While the course is academically rigorous, it is also enjoyable and includes rich conversation within the class.


Class Requirements:
• Must have daily access to the internet and printer
• All essays and papers will be turned in online
• Summer Reading: Comprehensive list provided upon registration
• Purchase select literature: Comprehensive list provided upon registration
• Purchase The Complete Guide to ACT English, 2nd Edition

Keep in mind that advanced literature selections often contain mature topics, adult language, or adult themes. Adult content is dealt with from a distinctly Christian perspective. Our literature pieces are carefully chosen to expose students within a broad context to classical and modern literature and authors that college-bound students are expected to have encountered during their high school career.



Tuition*: $425 a year, paid in one or two postdated checks to Suzanne Pike, July 1 and October 1
Supply: $75, non-refundable fee includes online access to Official ACT prep

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.






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.