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CLASSES SIBILINGS & FEES

Wednesday Block

Language Arts

These classes will provide grade level content for students k-12. We will work on Reading, grammar, and writing.  We will also do literature studies on various books throughout this course.  Students will have homework, and review activities to complete during their week at home. 

K-2 Curriculum for class:

All About Reading​

IEW Primary Arts of Language: Writing

3-6 Curriculum for class:

Literature Studies TBD

IEW US History Based Writing & IEW Fables Myths and Fairy Tales

7-12 Curriculum for class:

Literature Studies TBD

The Good And Beautiful

Honors English

*  Literature studies will be assigned for each class as we choose quality literature that focuses on different themes throughout the year.

Science

Niche science students will have the opportunity to conduct experiments and do lab work in a group setting.  This synergy allows for students to participate in class discussions and build on one another's knowledge as it pertains to the scientific method.  

Students participating in The Niche K-6th classes will use God's Design Life Science by Master Books. This series provides an amazing curriculum that offers a variety of hands on experiments and activities for the students.  This will be our primary focus in class. We will have "science labs" for the children to work on as we dive into the concepts introduced through the texts.   At home families can support the experiments and activities with supplemental reading, and research as they wish.   Our K-12 core science theme for the 2024-25 school year centers around Life Science & Biology. The Masterbooks curriculum allows families to stay on the same track regardless of grade level or academic ability making the at home transition smooth for those with students in multiple classes!

Our Middle and High school students will use the Science Shepherd curriculum for the 2024-25 school year. Students will study Biology. These classes will have a lecture component, as well as a lab offering. Students on Wednesday will get a high dose of instruction via a class lecture and discussion. Thursday students will participate in the lab portion of the class.  Niche believes students will have a very well rounded experience with this two day set up, however families are also able to pick and choose if they want to only have one class or the other.  The classes will stand alone and both days are NOT required.  

Thursday Block

History

Our history classes area meant to bring history to life for our students as we study.  Using A Charlotte Mason approach to learning, we incorporate a variety of techniques that peak kids interest so that we can then fill them up with information! 

The history curriculum for the 2024-25 school year will focus on US History.  Students will be immersed in the time period as we group students into 4 main categories to ensure concepts and materials are age appropriate.  Our program provides instruction for Lower Grammar, Upper Grammar, Dialectic, and Rhetoric.   Our history activities will incorporate literature, geography, and bible studies, as well as plenty of hands on activities to get kids excited about their learning!  

In addition to our core history classes, our high school students will have access to additional social studies courses which are best explained at our annual info meetings.  Please register for one to get more information.  

 

 

 

Math

K-6th grade students will work on grade level concepts for practice and mastery.   Younger Students will use games and fun group activities to work on math skills, and older classes will focus more on instruction regarding their current studies and help with current concepts.

All of our classes K-5th will work from the CTC program as a guide to follow for our activities.  These group activities are not meant to take the place of your existing curriculum, and will only enhance your students mastery of grade level concepts in a fun engaging way.   

A DAY AT NICHE

 

In addition to the core classes listed above The Niche also strives to build a strong sense of community within the group.   Each day we will host a variety of activities to help students engage with one another and build relationships.  We use our Morning Meeting time to kick off our day and have the students participate in various team building activities.   

The Niche Group incorporates a variety of "elective style" subjects into our daily schedule.  Some examples of these subjects include, Fine arts, poetry, drama, public speaking, and nature studies.  For the 204-25 School year we are offering Gavel Club, US Government, and Health and Fitness.   

Lunch and recess are fan favorites in any group, and thankfully we are blessed to have a facility that offers a large outdoor area for the kids.  Students have an hour of supervised "free time" during the day.    

NURSERY AGE SIBLINGS

Children not enrolled in The Niche classes are not allowed to roam about into the classrooms as it is very distracting to the students to have such cute little visitors.  However an exciting add on this year is that our facility has space to offer  a nursery experience for families with little ones ages 3-5  If you are interested in register your student for a preschool experience on our campus, please follow the link below to learn more about the amazing program we are partnering with to facilitate these little learners. Little ones not enrolled in the preschool classes are not able to stay due to size limitations.  We do ask families to honor our policy on little ones not being in the classrooms. 

BIG KID SIBLINGS

Older children that are too old for the class offerings are are welcome to be on campus as long as they are supervised by parents.   The students are not allowed full access to campus and will need to respect the class sessions taking place throughout the day.  There will be a study area set up for these older students who wish to bring school work to work on.  Parents are not allowed to drop off the older students on campus.  Only students enrolled in Niche classes are eligible for drop off.  

FEES

Each student will be required to pay tuition to be part of the group. The fee will go toward your child’s enrollment in 25 weeks of curriculum. The cost is noted below depending on your selected age group and is per child, per school year for each day of enrollment. 

 

Example $750 K-2 Wed class and $750 K-2 Thur class would be $1500 for the entire year.  

 

Fees are Per Child, Per Year for each day of enrollment 

K-2 Tuition Fees

Wed & Thur: $750

3-5Tuition Fees

Wed $750

Thur $750

6-12 Tuition Fees

Wed $850

Thur $850

A nonrefundable payment $200.00 (per day) is due to register your student. The $200.00 will hold your students spot in the program until June 15th 2024.  At that time, full payment is due on the remaining balance in order to secure enrollment for the September start date.

Books are not provided and detailed curriculum suggestions will be given at the time of registration based on your child’s placement.

*All families must have signed the payment agreement at the time of registration.

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