School Year Classes

Connect 2018
April 16 – June 8
Registration: March 16 – May 6

Monday: Art – Literature – Science
9:30-11:20 12:00-1:50 2:00-3:50
Art Exploration
Ages 5-13
Relief Printmaking & Stampmaking
Ages 13-18
Movie Music
Ages 13-18
Sound Design for Film
Ages 13-18
Math Lab
Ages 13-18
Reading Into It
Ages 5-8
Math with Matt
Ages 8-13
Poetry, Short Stories, and Plays
Ages 13-18
Current Events
Ages 13-18
Adventure in Fablehaven
Ages 8-13
How Does My Garden Grow?
Ages 5-8
Math with Matt
Ages 13-18
Tuesday
9:30-11:20 12:00-1:50 2:00-3:50
How Does Our Town Work?
Ages 3-8
Water World
Ages 8-13
Advanced Psychology
Ages 12-18
Makerspace
9:30-12:30
(Sign up per hour)
Water Explorers
Ages 5-8
Survival
Ages 8-13
12:00-3:50
Business
Ages 13-18
Chemistry Lab
Ages 13-18
AP Chemistry
4:00-5:50
Wednesday
9:30-11:20 12:00-1:50 2:00-3:50
Homesteading
Ages 5-13
Survival
Ages 13-18
9:30-3:50
Makerspace
9:30-12:30
(Sign up per hour)
Primal Pups
Ages 5-8
12:00-3:50
Nature Journaling
Ages 8-18
Kindness Challenge
Ages 8-18
Thursday: Mindfulness & Movement – Humanities – Robotics
9:30-11:20 12:00-1:50 2:00-3:50
Beginner Swimming
Ages 8-18
Parkour
Ages 8-18
Introduction to Aerial Arts
Ages 5-18Math Lab
Ages 13-18
Little History Explorers
Ages 5-8
Beginner Programming
Ages 9-18
Government
Ages 13-18
Intro to Behavioral Psychology
Ages 12-18
Lego Robotics & Engineering
Ages 5-8
History Explorers
Ages 8-13
Advanced Programming
13-18
Friday
Aspire Democratic School
Grades 7-12
Makerspace Drop-in Mondays & Thursdays
  Makerspace Drop-in
Ages 11-18
4:00 – 7:30

How does eNDVR work? Homeschool students can sign up to attend eNDVR 2, 4 or 6 hours per day, Monday through Thursday. Fridays are for field trips, gatherings and special projects organized by eNDVR families. Our classes are experiential and hands on at all age levels. Younger students may spend part of their time participating in a class and part of their time playing games and making friends. Students in our middle grades may have longer class times, depending on the topic. Older students can commit to in depth classes or can choose to spend their time doing group projects or independent study work. Parent involvement is encouraged and expected at eNDVR, as we believe that education should be a family process.