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Training the Adolescent Brain

As a professional counselor, teacher and former homeschool mom, I am hoping to present some information on homeschooling adolescents which may be helpful in navigating the emotional angst which sometimes comes with this territory.   My input comes in the form of some educational information on the struggles which teens face, but it is my firm Read More…

Writers in Residence: the Online Class

Aim Academy  now offers a companion online course for the Writers in Residence curriculum that launches this fall. Students will work through the assignments in volume 1, Apprentice, and benefit from being a part of a writers group where students share their work and receive feedback from a qualified writing coach and their peers. In Read More…

The Ultimate Homeschool Planners: Planning to See God at Work

I love homeschool moms.  I love their passion, their resourcefulness and love for their families. But now with the luxury of viewing homeschooling through the rear view mirror, I can see a couple of sore spots that contribute to our exhaustion and occasional loss of vision. We are more aware of our own shortcomings in our Read More…

History Classes with Lisa Hawkins: Reviews

Lisa Hawkins History Classes for Fall 2017 Click the links below for more information about each class. Fall classes start August 28th. U.S. History AP U.S. History World History/Western Civ I World History/Western Civ II   “Wow! I cannot thank Mrs Hawkins enough. Her US History class has been inspirational and very thought provoking. The Read More…

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An Interview with Amy Wallace

What classes are you teaching at Aim Academy this fall and what makes each of them unique? I’m excited about teaching three courses with Aim Academy: Comprehensive Language Arts: Middle School, Comprehensive Language Arts: High School, and Novel in a Year. Many students are intimidated by intense grammar instruction and poetics, but I engage students Read More…

Spanish Moviemaking with David Nance

Looking for a fun way to improve your Spanish skills? This summer David offers a fun and creative approach to learning Spanish with his movie making course. This class is open to students of any level. It is a great way to prevent summer slide or to try out Spanish for the first time.