Homeschool Curriculum Overview
The Family Ties Homeschool Program provides an enriching hands-on arts experience for students ages 5-18. (Students are divided into two age groups: lower school and upper school.) Fun-filled, hands-on arts education programs are specifically designed for homeschooled students. Caring, experienced faculty guide students through visual arts, theatre, music and dance classes. Students share what they have learned with family and friends when they gather for a celebration of the arts at the close of each session.
Mondays, September 14--December 14, 2015 (14 weeks)
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sharing Day Performance: Monday, December 14, 2015--7:00 pm in the Corning Auditorium
(Students meet during the day as regularly scheduled. They then participate in the Sharing Day Performance at 7:00 pm for family and friends. This performance is free and open to the community.)
Daily Schedule: Students rotate through four 55-minute classes in visual arts, theatre, music and dance. All students meet for lunch and outdoor time from Noon-1:00 pm. (Students should bring their own bag lunch.)
Fall 2015 Session Overview:
Theatre: Excerpts from A Christmas Carol (from page to STAGE!) with David Malinowski, Theatre Faculty.
Visual Arts: Ceramics and mixed media with Dianne Stiver-Lang, Visual Arts Faculty.
Music: Experience participating in a musical ensemble (Youth Choir) with Judith Elias, Music Faculty.
Dance: Learn ballet with Lukis Stevens, Dance Faculty.
For a personal tour of Fine Arts or more information about The Fine Arts Association's Homeschool Program, please contact Jeannie Fleming-Gifford, Director of Education at 440-951-7500 x118.