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Registration is now open for middle and high school classes in our New Horizons Academy.
Invitations have gone out to families on the Learning Zone waiting list for the 2022-2023 school year. If you have not received an invitation to join from our coordinators Tiffany Parsons or Adrienne Carrol, please do not fill out registration paperwork for Learning Zone.

CHEB Academic Centers

CHEB meets on Mondays from 9 am to 4 pm at Tates Creek Christian Church. We offer core subject and elective courses to middle and high school students.

We also have an elementary group called Learning Zone for K-5th graders which provides enrichment classes from 12:30-3:30 p.m. This group has limited spaces and gives priority to long-term homeschool families.

CHEB Mission Statement

The academic centers are designed to give parents assistance with core and elective classes in the middle and high school years. We function with a "university style" model. Students attend classes one day each week and are given assignments to complete daily. This is an environment where instructors join with parents for the purpose of educating their children in an accelerated, independent fashion.

The academic centers are cooperatives of teachers who serve as facilitators in the homeschooling experience. Our courses are not meant to replace daily instruction from the parents. We expect that parents will work with their students on assignments on a daily basis. We believe that the academic centers model will not work for some students. However, for the students it is designed to serve, we believe it is an excellent option.

Through years of experience, we have found that certain students do poorly with a "university model" environment and would get a superior education through other alternatives. The academic centers are not suited for students who have had trouble with motivation, study habits, academic performance or attitude but are excellent opportunities for those with special academic needs, such as gifted/talented, in sports/equestrian training, or other extra-curricular pursuits that require flexible schooling options.

Calendar

Aug
15
First Day of Classes
August 15 - Monday
Sep
05
Labor Day - No Classes
September 5 - Monday
Nov
28
Thanksgiving Break - No Classes
November 28 - Monday
Dec
12
Last Day of fall semester -NHA
December 12 - Monday
Jan
09
First Day Spring Semester LZ & NHA
January 9 - Monday
Mar
13
Spring Break - No Classes
March 13 - Monday