come experience the benefits of a hybrid model, what we call a
COLLABORATIVE EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY
Classroom support and instruction in the form of a structured school day in all the essential subjects
Opportunities for students to participate in athletics, public speaking, field trips, and other social and extra-curricular outlets
Resources for additional tutoring and academic support
Excellent, balanced, and hands-on curriculum that provides a well-rounded approach for students
Gain back invaluable hours with your children by instructing them at home, cutting after-school homework, and adding hours to your day to explore together
Parents don’t get burned out with a hybrid model since they have two days to themselves to refresh and work on personal items.
Families deserve time together to instill personal values and beliefs
No more running around to many different social, academic, athletic, and extra-curricular outlets. Centralize your life by finding so much support in one spot
Join together in community service projects
OCA advises families on the legal aspects of homeschooling – from your Notice of Intent to your End-of-year testing
Social outlets for families looking for a community – beyond school hours
Collaboration between formal educator and home educator for a smooth transition from day-to-day
A Hybrid model
embracing the best
We seek to fill a growing educational niche in which parents and educators collaborate in providing excellent education for students. Onward provides a classroom setting two days per week in order for them to receive the benefits of formal education in addition to the known benefits of home education. This is obviously a unique model that not only blends the benefits of private, home, and cooperative learning environments, but also negates the downsides to each of those.
Students experience the advantages of a privately run community reflected in a Christ-directed perspective, small class sizes, and professional educators; parents love the affordability of a part-time model, as well as the opportunities offered their children through formal education.