Our ICC High School Program* is a Mom-operated extension of our Primary Program. It is centered around providing opportunities for your student to expand what they are learning at home, in a group setting, while earning credits.**
Our schedule overlaps that of our Primary Program, meeting on the same Mondays starting at 9:30 am, but with additional class offerings that extend the high school day to 2:15 pm at Waxhaw Bible Church in Waxhaw, NC. (for the 2023-2024 school year – Siler Presbyterian Church, 6301 Weddington Rd., Matthews, NC) While the Primary Program meets on 24 Mondays throughout the year, High School will meet on a total of 32 Mondays.
What does “mom-operated” mean? In order to pull off a high quality day for all of our children it takes a lot of moving parts! Each mom attends and helps on a weekly basis. Moms are active in the classrooms and have roles to help manage the work of a weekly co-op. Over the last 2 years, we have seen varying needs for accountability at ICC.
Our community also offers opportunities for field trips, service projects, and Mom’s Night Out!
*The ICC High School Program assumes that you are ultimately the teacher of your student(s). The leaders of ICC High School courses are facilitators and moderators, and will not assign grades. ICC is not an accredited high school program. We do strive to provide courses that meet the graduation requirements for NC and SC. To earn credit for the courses, students will need to complete work at home. We provide information, but it is up to the parent and student to monitor and grade. Typically, 60 total hours is required to earn .5 credit and 120 total hours is equal to 1 credit.
All ICC High School students need to follow the pacing guides and come to class prepared to participate. However, there will be an optional online accountability for some courses. Assignment submission, tests/ quizzes, paper reading, and grading for academic classes are available. This option does have a separate fee per class.
**All science courses will be a lab only, you will need to provide the course instruction. NC/SC both require two science labs for graduation.
So what does all this fun cost? Tuition is $200 – 250 per family and covers rent, insurance and other administrative needs. There is an additional supply fee per high school student depending on the curriculums chosen. We also require a $13 fee every other year to perform a Mom background check.
If this sounds like something your family would be interested in, we HIGHLY encourage you to contact us at email@example.com immediately! Applications will be accepted for the 23-24 school year from April 6-8.
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