Registration for Compass 2nd Quarter Classes is Still Open!

Registration for 2nd Quarter Fall classes at Compass is still open! Take a look at the schedule with more than 80 classes for homeschooled students in K-12th grade. Register before midnight this Friday, October 15 to receive the 10% early registration discount. New families are welcome to enroll!

2nd quarter classes include unique, experiential classes in math, science, engineering, technology, history, humanities, civics, public speaking, writing, Spanish, French, ASL, art, music, drama, cooking, chess, fitness, and more! You will find some returning favorites and many innovative, new class topics such as:

  • Multimedia: Digital Animation
  • Battle Strategy and Dioramas: The Conquerors, Hannibal 218-204 BCE
  • Acting Fundamentals: Take the Stage
  • Arguing Your Case: Mock Trial Prep
  • Word Masters: Verbal Analogies and Vocab Challenges
  • Spanish Conversation for Kids
  • Fun with Number Systems: Base 10 and Beyond
  • Science in Video Games
  • GeoDetective: Ocean Worlds
  • Drum Jam with Kofi: Exotic Rhythms
  • Soccer Shots (for preschoolers)
  • Smart Start: Thinking Fun for Young Learners
  • and dozens more!

Compass also has an expanded High School Schedule with classes on Wednesday only, some on Friday only, and some that meet Wednesday and Friday. High School Topics include:

  • Introduction to Comparative Religions: Abrahamic Faiths
  • Director’s Chair: From Page to Stage
  • Literary Criticism: Novel Thoughts
  • Everyday Spanish Conversation
  • 3D History: operation Downfall, the End of the Empire of Japan, 1944-45
  • More Philosophically Speaking
  • Acting: Improv Scenes for Teens
  • and more!

Check the Schedule page for all options by hour and sort by grade or day. Look at Class Descriptions for class details, grade range, prerequisites, and instructors. See Compass Policies for questions about age/grade placement and withdrawal/refunds.

All classes meet in Oakton. 2nd quarter is 7 weeks long for most classes and begins Wednesday, October 26.