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Applied Math


Students will engage in real world and hands-on problem solving while using their developing skills in mathematics. Students will learn new material through animations, videos, reading, projects, and guided practice. The topics covered in this course include: real numbers, algebraic expressions, graphing to solve inequalities and absolute value, graphing to solve linear equations, systems of equations, factoring polynomial equations, relations and functions, quadratic equations, radical and rational expressions and equations, and probability.

This is an 18 week class, designed for 9th to 12th grade students.  It meets Tuesdays from 11:30 to 12:30

Teacher: John Glenewinkel

Content aligns to: Math

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Barre is an amazing workout for all fitness levels and every body type!  This upbeat class is musically driven and focuses on time-under-tension exercises to build strength, endurance, and improve mobility.  The class is high-energy and uses mindful isolated movements set to popular music.  We will be building long, lean muscle, improving flexibility and posture, and increasing our endurance.  Get ready to dance, sweat and have fun!  Please wear comfortable workout clothes and sticky socks or bare feet during class.  Feel free to bring your own yoga mat.

This is an 18 week class designed for any age.  It meets Tuesdays  from 12:00-1:00.

Teacher:  Katie Garringer

Content aligns to: Health/Fitness

Biology Lab


Welcome to High School Biology! In this course, we will explore the beauty of life, from tiny cells to complex ecosystems.  Students will learn the following concepts and will have hands on experience with the following labs:

  1. Microscope: Structure and care
  2. Microscope: Magnification
  3. Preparing a Slide Using a Wet Mount
  4. Microscope Drawings
  5. Cell Lab: Prepare and view a Plant Cell
  6. Cell Lab: Prepare and View Parts of a Plant Cell
  7. Cell Lab: Prepare and View Animal Cells and Compare them to Plant Cells
  8. Cell Lab: Observing Chloroplasts and Cytoplasmic Streaming
  9. Cell Lab: A Selectively Permeable Membrane
  10. Mitosis Lab (Note: This lab will take more time than most.)
  11. Bacteria Lab: Part 1 – Forms of Bacteria
  12. Bacteria Lab: Part 2 – Bacteria around us
  13. Fungus Lab: Prepare and View Squash Fungus
  14. Plant Lab: Monocot and Dicot Root, Leaf, and Stem
  15. Dissection: Crayfish
  16. Dissection: Frog
  17. Dissection: Fish
  18. Dissection Cow Eye

This is an 18 week class, designed for 9th to 12th grade students.  It meets Tuesdays from 11:30 to 12:30

Teacher: John Glenewinkel

Content aligns to: Biology, Life Science

Co-Op, Preschool & Elementary


Join our Co-Op where we strive to support and build community with a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) focus. We have expanded!

After paying the family membership fee of $75, each student will have a $35 monthly fee for materials and facilities fee.

Preschool and Elementary levels meet on Tuesdays  from 9:30 to 11:30 for fun lessons!

As a cooperative, parents are expected to be involved during co-op day. All classes are parent-taught and the program is parent-led.  Parents are also encouraged to volunteer in other ways (i.e.: plan field trips, coordinate classes).

The first month’s fees are charged here, then we will ask if you want to pay the rest of the year at the beginning of each month or pay the rest of the year in full with a 5% discount.

Crime Scene Investigations


In this class students learn the 7 steps of crime scene investigation.  We will then apply these steps as we solve a case together.

This is an 18 week class, geared for 7th to 12th  grade students.  It meets Tuesdays from 10:30-11:30

Teacher:  John Glenewinkel

Content aligns to: Forensics, General Science, Physical Science

Doodle Bug: Art styles and entomology of PNW


If art and/or bugs are your thing, boy do we have a class for you!  Doodle Bugs will explore insects specific to the Pacific Northwest area as well as indigenous art styles.  Each week we will learn about a different insect, it’s parts and pieces, and then paint it!

This 18 week class meets on Tuesdays 1:00 to 2:00

Teacher:  Emily Bierce


Content aligns to: Visual Arts and Science


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Financial Literacy


This course teaches all one needs to be financially literate.  The course will focus on the following topics:  Earning, Spending, Saving and Investing, Borrowing, Protecting Assets and Identity.  Students will be asked to create products (i.e. budgets and risk plans) outside of the classroom.  This is a semester-long course and will use resources provided by the FDIC and the University of Arizona.  Students who enroll in this course can earn credit.

This is an 18 week class, geared for 9th-12th grade students.  It meets Tuesdays from 12:30 to 1:30

Teacher:  John Glenewinkel

Content aligns to: Mathematics, Life Skills, Personal/Consumer Math


Washington State History


Did you know the state of Washington is the only state to be named after a United States president? Students will learn the history, geography and economy of the state, including Native American cultures and the development of Washington territory through statehood. We will use a combination of media, crafts and journaling.

This is an 18 week class, designed for 6th to 12th grade students.  It meets Tuesdays from 2:00 to 3:00

Teacher:  Barb Cruse

Content aligns to: Social Studies, Reading and Writing