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2023 - 2024 a la carte
& Package Pricing

Hello

Welcome to Wonder...

Our curriculum targets advanced fifth-graders through middle school students.  We are intentionally small and won’t ever enroll more than ten (10) students in a class so the success of our classes depends on the contributions and involvement of all of the students, regardless of their grades.  It's not infrequent that our younger learners are paired with older learners to learn from each other! Our classes are hosted by a lead, certified teacher, often, with at least one additional teacher supporting each class. 

We offer our courses in an "a la carte" style, as well as packages. Our foundation courses - Math & ELA, can be taken 2, 3, or 4 days a week, 9a - 11:30a. We offer History on Mondays & Tuesdays, and Science on Wednesdays and Thursdays, both from 12:30p - 1:30p. 

 

The Core Four includes Math, ELA, History & Science - Monday - Friday from 9a - 1:30p, with a lunch and recess break from 11:30a - 12:30p. (To avoid allergy exposure, parents/guardians are responsible for providing their child's lunch.) 

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We've simplified the registration and payment process by allowing you to sign your student up once and get billed monthly, eliminating the need to register and pay each month.

Math & ELA - Monday - Thursday, 9:30a - 11:30a

​History - Monday & Tuesday, 12:30p - 1:30p

Science - Wednesday & Thursday, 12:30p - 1:30

The Core Four
Monday - Thursday
9a - 1:30p

Math, ELA, History & Science - $700/mo


 

Math & ELA
9a - 11:30a

2x/week $300/mo
- Monday/Tuesday
- Wednesday/T
hursday


3x/week $425/mo
- Monday - Wednesday
- Tuesday - Thursday


4x/week $480/mo
- Monday - Thursday

The foundation of learning - Math and ELA

Developing a solid math foundation can help students gain a thorough understanding of basic math concepts, as well as set the stage for more complex topics. Without a good understanding of basic math principles, more advanced concepts become difficult to grasp. Math doesn’t have to be difficult or frustrating and our approach shows our learners how exciting math can be. 

Our Honors English Language Arts (ELA) program is intended for students who want to pursue higher education and sharpen their knowledge of the English language. The course focuses on fostering a love of writing, while also tackling writing mechanics, such as grammar, punctuation, and spelling. But, our favorite part is the daily read alouds, exposing our learners to the conscious-expanding world of reading comprehension and literary analysis.

Elementary History (5th & 6th Grades)  

  • Geography & Landforms 

  • Civil War & Slavery

  • WWI & WWII

  • Civil Rights

  • North & South America

Middle School History (7th & 8th grades)

  • Antebellum America

  • Civil War & Slavery

  • WWI - Industrialization, Urbanization & Immigration

  • The Great Depression & WWII

  • Post WWII: Global Conflict & Civil Rights

  • Modern US History: Technology Explosion

History
Mondays & Tuesdays
12:30p - 1:30p

Monday & Tuesday $120/month

 

Science
Wednesdays & Thursdays
12:30p - 1:3
0p

Wednesday & Thursday $120/mo
 

Elementary Science (5th & 6th Grades) 

  • Weather Cycles & Systems - The Power of Change

  • Earth's Cycles & Changes: Rocks, Volcanoes, and Earthquakes

  • The Human Body

Middle School Science (7th and 8th Grades)

  • Atmospheric Properties & Weather Systems

  • Earth's Lithosphere: Rocks, Volcanoes, and Earthquakes

  • Earth's Cycles: Water, Carbon & Nitrogen

  • Light & The Eye 

For the following courses, we will be bringing our learners to explore, discover & wonder together...

  • The Magic of Matter: Elements, Metals & Magnetism 

  • Chemical Change

  • Cells

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