Through user-friendly materials and award-winning online classes, you’ll grow into a competent writing coach, calm your anxious writers, and nourish your aspiring authors.
Under the direction of partner schools, My Tech High teachers and staff work closely with parents to design a personalized education plan for every child – at no cost to the family!
The Parent Education Resource Center (PERC) is an organization founded by the PTA in association with the Alpine School District and City of Orem. The purposes of PERC are to help improve parenting skills, improve parental involvement in their child’s education, and support parents as their children grow.
Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. It is provided free of charge.
Are you considering Homeschooling in Utah? Are you wondering what you need to know/do to homeschool in Utah? If you are just starting out with homeschooling or are considering a move to Utah, you will need to know all the details of homeschooling here.
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Moms and dads who volunteer their time to inform, inspire, empower, and connect homeschooling families with each other, resources, and humanitarian efforts.
One of the biggest concerns for new homeschool parents—or those who find themselves unexpectedly homeschooling due to school closures—is the cost. There are many ways to save money on a homeschool curriculum, as well as many resources to help your kids learn every subject, from math and science to art and physical education. There are even virtual field trips and space exploration tours available. The best part? Many of these tools are available online for no cost.
The Utah Home Education Association (UHEA) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that has worked hard for over 35 years to maintain and improve the rights of parents to educate children at home as a viable alternative to the existing public and private education system. It is also our goal to connect families with resources and to educate the public on homeschooling within the communities of Utah.
For parents who wish to home school their child, the State of Utah requires the parent to complete and file an affidavit with their local school district stating their intent to home school. We suggest contacting your local school district to find out what form they require. While the Utah State Board of Education can provide information regarding state policies, home school jurisdiction falls under the local school district.
Facebook Utah Valley Homeshoolers support group. Share helpful homeschooling resources, ask questions, and make meaningful connections.
Science and engineering for homeschoolers. Great learning happens when we’re enthralled, mesmerized, and amazed. Great exploration is fueled by questions. One of the best ways to learn something is to explain it. One of the best ways to improve is to build on what others have done. Real life is a group effort. Real learning should be too.
The Well-Trained Mind is the guide that millions of parents trust to help them create the best possible education for their child. Here you will find practical articles, an online community, courses for you and your children, user-friendly textbooks, and much more.