Winter Compass Classes Starting…Have You Registered?

Winter classes at Compass begin this week on Wednesday, January 8, and Friday, January 10. Have you registered?

Compass is in its 8th year providing interesting and experiential classes, extracurricular activities, and community opportunities to the homeschool community in northern Virginia. Winter is a great time to try some classes while passing the colder, shorter homeschool days. Check out the current schedule of classes! More than 125 classes are offered for homeschooled students in K-12th grade, including topics in math, science, engineering, technology, history, humanities, civics, public speaking, writing, Spanish, French, art, music, drama, cooking, chess, fitness, and more! You will find some returning favorites and many innovative, new class topics such as:

  • Middle School Creative Writing: Prequels & Sequels
  • Coding (3 levels)
  • DebateAble: Debate for Teens
  • Web Development (2 levels)
  • Preschool Science Fun with Patti’s Puppets
  • Mission Possible
  • Ultimate Magic Academy
  • FUNctional Fitness: Homeschool PE
  • Math Fact Foundations: Multiplication Mastery
  • Mosaics (3 levels)
  • Success Skills for School: High School and Beyond
  • Modeling Pirates of the New World, 17th Century
  • Acting (4 levels)
  • Robotics (3 levels)
  • Cooking, Baking, Confection-Making…11 classes per week
  • and dozens more!
  • Special events coming up this winter at Compass include:

  • The Greater Fairfax Geographic Bee
  • Junior Spelling Bee
  • Senior Spelling Bee
  • Valentine’s Exchange
  • Annual Art and Talent Showcase
  • Bio Chem Learning Labs
  • Many other extracurricular activities!
  • Follow Compass on Facebook to watch for featured classes.

    Check out some of our solutions for roadblocks or ups-and-downs in homeschooling. Please forward and share this news with your homeschool friends. If you or someone you know is starting to homeschool mid-year, contact Compass for a phone consultation on getting started with homeschooling or class selection, including building a high school schedule.