Compass Store

Thank you for visiting the Compass Store. The store is used for purchases of magazine subscriptions, school supplies, Compass merchandise, admission/entry fees to special events, and registration for academic clubs and contests. All store items are non-refundable.

Fall SpiritWear Sale!

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Fall sales of SpiritWear run from August 15 – September 20 with apparel being delivered the first week of October. Look for t-shirts, polos, and hoodies in vintage and traditional designs, youth and adult sizes, and women’s and men’s cuts in high quality, branded shirts, with multiple color choices. Shop the Spiritwear Store!

Magazine Subscriptions

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Year-long subscription to IXL Math for a student taking a year-long Compass math class only (Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, or Pre-Calculus). IXL is an online subscription-based learning website. IXL uses continuous diagnostics to develop a personalized practice plan, giving students more of the math problems they need. A single student subscription through IXL is a $79.00 value.

Quarter-long subscription to IXL Math for a student taking Math Lab but not enrolled in a year-long Compass math class. IXL is an online subscription-based learning website. IXL uses continuous diagnostics to develop a personalized practice plan, giving students more of the math problems they need.

Year-long subscription to IXL Math for a Compass student who is not in a year-long math class or Math Lab. IXL is an online subscription-based learning website. IXL uses continuous diagnostics to develop a personalized practice plan, giving students more of the math problems they need. A single student subscription through IXL is a $79.00 value.

Allons-Y? is an immersive, accessible current events magazine for students at a French I reading level. The magazine covers national and international news, civics topics, and history articles with an emphasis on media literacy…in French! This is subscription of 6 editions which are shipped approximately once each month. Each edition is 16 pages long with full color photographs, maps, graphs, political cartoons, and no advertisements. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click this link to see a sample article from Allons-Y magazine: Sample Article- Allons Y

Junior Scholastic News is a current events and news classroom magazine for a 6th-8th grade, middle school reading level. The magazine covers national and international news, civics topics, and history articles with an emphasis on media literacy. This is a subscription of 16 editions which are shipped approximately bi-weekly. Each edition contains full color illustrations, photographs, and no advertisements. 13 editions are 24 pages long, and there are 3-special edition publications of 32 pages. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click this link to see a sample article from Junior Scholastic News Magazine. Sample Article- Junior Scholastic News

NatGeo Explorer- Adventurer Edition is a science and nature themed classroom magazine for 4th/5th grade reading levels. This is a subscription of 7 editions which are published in September, October, November, January, March, April, and May. Each edition is 24-pages long full color illustrations, vivid photographs, and no advertisements. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click here for a sample edition.

NatGeo Explorer - Trail Blazer Edition is a science and nature themed classroom magazine for 2nd and 3rd grade reading levels. This is a subscription of 7 editions which are published in September, October, November, January, March, April, and May. Each edition is 24-pages long with full color illustrations, vivid photographs, and no advertisements. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click here for a sample edition.

NatGeo Explorer: Voyager edition is a science and nature themed classroom magazine for Kindergarten and 1st grade reading levels. This is a subscription of 7 editions which are published in September, October, November, January, March, April, and May. Each edition is 24-pages long with full color illustrations, vivid photographs, and no advertisements. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click here for a sample edition.

The New York Times Upfront is a current events and news magazines for teens at a 9th-12th grade reading level. The magazine covers national and international news, civics topics, and history articles with an emphasis on media literacy. This is a subscription of 14 editions which are shipped approximately bi-weekly. Each edition is 24-pages long with full color photographs, maps, graphs, political cartoons, and no advertisements. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click this link to see a sample article from New York Times Upfront Magazine. Sample Article- NY Times Upfront

Que Tal? is an immersive, accessible current events magazine for students at a Spanish I reading level. The magazine covers national and international news, civics topics, and history articles with an emphasis on media literacy…in Spanish! This is subscription of 6 editions which are shipped approximately once each month. Each edition is 16 pages long with full color photographs, maps, graphs, political cartoons, and no advertisements. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA.Click this link to see a sample article from Que Tal magazine. Sample Article- Que Tal

Scholastic News, Ed. 1, is a current events and news classroom magazine for a first grade reading level. This is a subscription of 32 editions which are shipped in eight bundles of 4. Each edition is 4-pages long with full color illustrations, photographs, and no advertisements. In addition to Scholastic News, subscribers will receive 8 editions of Science Spin, K/1 edition. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click these links to see a sample articles from Scholastic News, Ed 1 and Science Spin, K-1 ed. Sample Article- Scholastic News 1st, Sample Article- Science Spin 1st

Scholastic News, Ed. 3, is a current events and news classroom magazine for a third grade reading level. This is a subscription of 24 editions which are shipped approximately weekly. Each edition is 8-pages long with full color illustrations, photographs, and no advertisements. In addition to Scholastic News, subscribers will receive 8 editions of Science Spin, 3rd-6th grade edition. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click these links to see a sample articles from Scholastic News, Ed 3 and Science Spin, Ed. 3/6. Sample Article- Scholastic News 3rd, Sample Article- Science Spin 3-6

Scholastic News, Ed. 5/6, is a current events and news classroom magazine for a fifth-sixth grade reading level. This is a subscription of 24 editions which are shipped approximately weekly. Each edition is 8-pages long with full color illustrations, photographs, and no advertisements. In addition to Scholastic News, subscribers will receive 8 editions of Science Spin, 3rd-6th grade edition. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click these links to see a sample articles from Scholastic News, Ed 5/6 and Science Spin, Ed. 3/6. Sample Article- Scholastic News 5-6, Sample Article- Science Spin 3-6

Science World is a science and nature-themed classroom magazine for tweens and teens at a 6th-10th grade reading level. This is a subscription of 12 editions published approximately twice a month. Each edition is 24 pages long with full color illustrations, vivid photographs, and no advertisements. Magazines will be distributed at Compass in Oakton, VA. Click this link to see a sample article from Science World magazine: Sample Article- Science News

Club, Contests, and Activity Fees

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Register here to participate in the Homeschool Quads Chess Tournament on May 21, 2020. Registration opens February 1. There is a $12.00 entry fee for any player.

Register here to participate in the Junior Spelling Bee on February 5, 2020. Registration opens October 1. There is a $10.00 fee a Compass student to cover competition registration. *A Compass student is one who is currently enrolled in Compass classes.

Register here to participate in the Junior Spelling Bee on February 5, 2020. Registration opens October 1. There is a $15.00 fee per non-Compass student to cover competition registration.

Register here to participate in the Academic Bowl Club for grades 4-8. There is a $100 fee for Compass students to cover team registration in competitions and supplies. (*Compass student is one who is currently enrolled in Compass classes.)

Register here to participate in the Academic Bowl Club for grades 4-8. There is a $120 fee for non-Compass students to cover team registration in competitions and supplies.

Register here to participate in the Super Spellers Club for grades 1-8. There is no fee for a Compass* student to participate. *Compass students are those who are currently enrolled in Compass classes.

Register here to participate in the Super Spellers Club for grades 1-8. There is a $20.00 activity/facility fee for a non-Compass homeschooled student to participate.

Register here to participate as a staff member/reporter for the Compass Collaborative Student Newspaper. There is no Fee for a Compass student to participate. (*Compass student is one who is currently enrolled in Compass classes.)

Register here to participate in the Senior Spelling Bee on February 19, 2020. Registration opens October 1. There is a $10.00 fee a Compass student to cover competition registration. *A Compass student is one who is currently enrolled in Compass classes.

Register here to participate in the Senior Spelling Bee on February 5, 2020. Registration opens October 1. There is a $15.00 fee per non-Compass student to cover competition registration.

Register here to participate in the Greater Fairfax Area Homeschool Geography Bee on January 22. Registration opens October 1. There is a $10.00 fee per Compass student to cover competition registration. (*Compass student is one who is currently enrolled in Compass classes.)

Register here to participate in the Greater Fairfax Area Homeschool Geography Bee on January 22. Registration opens October 1. There is a $15.00 fee per non-Compass student to cover competition registration.

Register here to participate in the Poetry Out Loud Contest on December 4. Registration opens October 1. There is no registration fee, and the contest is open to Compass students and non-Compass students. Read program description for rules and eligibility.

Register here to participate in the Astronomy Club for grades 8-12. There is no Fee for a Compass student to participate. (*Compass student is one who is currently enrolled in Compass classes.)

Register here to participate in the Astronomy Club for grades 8-12. There is a $20.00 activity/facility fee for a non-Compass homeschooled student to participate.

Register here to participate in the Speak for Yourself Public Speaking Club for grades 9-12. Membership is $118.00 for a Compass student. (*Compass student is one who is currently enrolled in Compass classes.)

Register here to participate in the Speak for Yourself Public Speaking Club for grades 9-12. Membership is $138.00 for a non-Compass homeschooled student.

Compass Merchandise

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This is a compilation of 14 quarters of recipes from the Compass cooking classes taught by Mimi Nyman. This is a collection of more than 130 recipes that are family friendly and kid-tested! This book makes a nice memento from your child's experience in cooking class or a thoughtful gift. All proceeds from the sale of these cookbooks will be donated to a local food bank to help feed others in our community. Sold at the Compass Front Desk for $9.00. Purchase online for $13.00 to include shipping and handling.

Great for tote bags, backpacks, scouts, or as a keepsake. 3" diameter, full color embroidered patch with iron-on backing. Sold at the Compass Front Desk for $3.50. Purchase online for $5.00 to include shipping and handling.