We are SO excited to announce that the schedule of classes for the 2019-2020 academic year will be released Friday, February 1!!
Current families may begin enrolling Monday, February 4, and new family enrollments will begin Monday, February 18.
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Date: July 12 and 13, 2018.
Time: Thursday and Friday 9:00am-3:00pm
Location: Christian Educators Resource Center 4501 Rowlett Rd. Suite #105 Rowlett, TX 75088
This class has a limited enrollment of only 12 students.
Instructor: Dr. Paul Jessen http://collegeprepgenius.com/teachers/
For more information, contact the class organizer Michelle Nott email@example.com
Register for Master the SAT Bootcamp here
Why take this class?
The College Prep Genius Class covers all the strategies and tips of the SAT & PSAT (NMSQT) that have helped students raise their test scores hundreds of points. During approximately 10 hours of course instruction divided into a multi-day format, this premier prep program introduces a unique approach to all SAT & PSAT (NMSQT) test sections: Evidence-Based Reading, passages, Writing, and Math. Students will receive class teaching, College Prep Genius textbook, workbook and access to online digital program.
• After first student, additional siblings can take the class for $195 each. (when booked together)
•Please bring a sack lunch, snacks, a drink, pencils and a calculator each session.
Please note that class registrations are only refundable in the event that a class is cancelled by College Prep Genius. In this case, you may be able to transfer to another class as an alternate option.
CTP: Comprehensive Testing Program Grades 4-10
The Comprehensive Testing Program (CTP) is a rigorous assessment for high achieving students in areas such as reading, listening, vocabulary, writing, science (online only) and mathematics. Verbal and quantitative reasoning subtests are part of the CTP beginning in Grade 3. The CTP helps compare content specific, curriculum-based performance to the more conceptual knowledge base found in reasoning tests.
The Comprehensive Testing Program is a product of the Education Records Bureau (ERBlearn.org) provided by Homeschool Testing Services for homeschool families. See the ERB web-site for more information and Family Resources.
Testing dates are now available for 2018 for grades 4-10. Additional grades may be offered in the future!
Through a partnership with Homeschool Testing Services, CERC will be administering the CTP for all families interested in this test on May 23rd – 24th (our Event page).
Registration is open through the Homeschool Testing Services site. (Pleases ignore all references to the Standford test). We ask all families to return to the Test Reservation Page, so we can plan accordingly.
Some of our amazing instructors are offering several camps and workshops throughout June for kids of all ages. Whether core required, or just for fun and learning, you might find something here for them to enjoy.
If current family, complete Student Enrollment Form 2017 only & pay tuition to CERC & Material Fees to Teacher
If new family, pay $25 enrollment fee, complete Student Enrollment Form 2017, Statement of Faith 2017, Release of Liability 2017, Student Guidelines and Responsibilities 2017 if 12 yo or over, & pay tuition to CERC & Material Fees to Teacher (two separate checks)
Either bring by CERC during class hours or mail in by the deadline, May 18th, 2017
(from the Notgrass website)
Ray and Charlene Notgrass are veteran homeschooling parents who love history. They have enjoyed visiting historic sites around Texas. The photos above are from the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, and a point on the Chisholm Trail in Fort Worth.
They will be in Rowlett on March 4 with a fun presentation for parents. Ray will share fascinating stories from American history, looking at how faith, compassion, and determination have motivated people to work for the greater good. Charlene will talk about how you can use field trips near and far to learn about history, even with limited time and a limited budget.
When: Saturday, March 4, 2017, at 11:00 am
The program will last about an hour with time to chat and ask questions. You will also have an opportunity to browse Notgrass History resources that help homeschooling parents teach the heart, soul, and mind.