Homeschool Classes

These classes are intended for homeschool families who want to outsource their children for math, science, or grammar classes. These classes are hosted at Simple Faith Calvary Chapel and are faith based. 

Summer Courses 2023

Every Friday for 6 weeks starting July 7th through August 11th

Summer Math concepts (12pm-1pm)

Target Student: 8th-12th grade

Course Description: This class will review the concepts in which students often struggle. Each class will contain fun, math based games and activities. Throughout the class we will discover that our God is a God of order and that He has set in place amazing mathematical laws that are at work in our everyday lives.

Summer Science Experiments (1pm-2pm)

Target Student: 6th-12th grade
Course Description: Our Summer Experiments class will provide students with fun experiments that cover a variety of concepts from branches of science such as chemistry, physics, astronomy, etc. This class will also connect science back to the Bible with examples of how the Bible correctly described scientific concepts before they were formally “discovered” by scientists.

Astronomy (2pm-3pm)

Target Student: 6th-12th grade

Course Description: “The heavens declare the glory of God; And the firmament shows His handiwork” Psalm 19:1. Our astronomy class will introduce students to a variety of concepts relating to astronomy. Throughout the 6 week class, students will discover God’s beautiful design in the cosmos and learn how our observations coincide with the Bible.

Fall Courses 2023


Curriculum: Saxon Pre-Algebra Third Edition
ISBN: 1-56577-149-4
Course Description: Pre-Algebra introduces students to the foundation of algebra. Throughout this course students will begin to strengthen their algebraic problem solving skills. Students will be introduced to more realistic real life problems. Some of the concepts covered in this course include solving equations with one unknown, solving equations symbolically, simplifying variable expressions with exponents, operations with negative numbers, graphing linear equations, percent and fraction word problems, surface area, and volume.

Algebra 1

Curriculum: Saxon Algebra 1 Third Edition

Course Description: Algebra 1 continues to develop students' algebraic skills. Algebra 1 builds upon what students have learned and practiced in Pre-Algebra. Algebra 1 introduces students to concepts such as solving multivariable equations, solving multiple equations using substitution or elimination, simplifying expressions with positive and negative exponents, distance word problems, multiplication of polynomials, and probability.

Algebra 2

Curriculum: Saxon Algebra 2 Third Edition
ISBN: 1-56577-140-0
Course Description: Algebra 2 covers more complex algebraic concepts that help students more closely model real life situations. This course will prepare students for college level math courses. Concepts that will be covers in Algebra 2 include the Pythagorean Theorem, ratio word problems, value word problems, monomial and trinomial factoring, chemical compound word problems, chemical mixture problems, the sine function, cosine function, tangent function, polar coordinates, rectangular coordinates, vectors, non-linear equations, graphs of nonlinear equation, logarithms and antilogarithms.


Curriculum: Apologia

Course Description:  Apologia Biology is a rigorous biology course that prepares students for college
level biology. This biology course covers concepts such as the five-kingdom
classification scheme, microscopy, biochemistry, cellular biology, and Mendelian
genetics. All of these concepts and more are taught from a Christian perspective that connects what we observe with what we read in the Bible.


Curriculum: Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW)

Course Description: Our new writing/grammar class will use the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) program along with daily grammar lessons to help students become proficient writers. The IEW program is a Christian curriculum that helps both students who struggle in writing and students who excel in writing to develop an efficient system to help improve their writing skills. While students study structure, style, and vocabulary in the IEW curriculum, they will also be strengthening their understanding of grammar through the use of short daily grammar exercises.

American History & Civics

Course Description: This class introduces students to the founding principles of this nation. In this class we will discuss how our government system was formed, the branches of government and what they do, and discuss various important documents that we use today as Americans. We will engage in class lectures, student discussions, videos, and homework.

Fall/Spring Schedule

First Semester

First Day of Classes: September 11th
Thanksgiving Break: November 20th-24th
Christmas Break: 
December 18th-29th
Last Week of First Semester: 
January 22nd-26th

Second Semester

Winter Break: February 26th-March 1st
Easter Break: 
March 25th-29th
Memorial Day: 
May 27th
Last Week of Classes: 
June 10th-14th


(All suggested donation amounts)
Cost for Summer courses is as follows:
$20 per class per month
$50 for all three classes per child per month

Cost for Fall courses is as follows:
$60 per month for the first child that is enrolled
$50 per month per child thereafter
(Pertains to immediate family unit only; does not pertain to friends or extended family members.)

(If finances are holding you back from taking advantage of this ministry, please don't allow pride to get in the way. Contact us and we can see how we might be able to help you and your family take advantage of this program.)

Have question or want to enroll your kids?

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