Suzanne Pike
Email: horizonhomeschooling@gmail.com Cell: (901) 606-3331

High School U.S. History

This is an online course for all 30 weeks.

In this course students will develop a strong understanding of who Americans are including the kind of a people we are, where we came from, how we got here, and where we are going. Few courses in the high school curriculum are as rich in cultural value. The traditional political, economic, and social topics that you’ll be studying in this course are supplemented by the textbook’s coverage of religion, music, literature, and art. The lessons focus specifically on movements, developments, and events that have helped shape the United States from 1492 to 1877.  We will focus on wars and treaties, territorial expansion, immigration, the rise and fall of slavery, civil rights and the struggles of minorities, women’s rights, and the development of political parties, presidential politics, economic history, intellectual movements, religious movements, reform movements, social movements, labor history, and constitutional controversies.

Required Textbook: TBA

Tuition*: $375, May be paid in full or as 2 payments to Suzanne Pike, postdated for July 1st and October 1st. Please arrange payment directly with Tutor. *Non-refundable after July 1st.
Supply Fee: $75, Non-refundable. 
*Class size minimum set at 6 registered students. All fees will be held until minimum is met.

*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st unless a class does not meet the minimum requirement of students. Please check with individual tutors about their minimum requirements per class.


 Elizabeth Coplon
EMAIL: emcoplon@gmail.com Cell: (901)692-2995  

High School World History

World History Is a 30-week course discussing modern world history and current affairs from a Christian perspective.  This class is designed to introduce students to past cultures, ideas, and current affairs and relate them to present situations and conflicts,   Classes will emphasize critical thinking and class discussions.  Students will be expected to complete weekly homework assignments and assessments. This class will be a fun and engaging history course emphasizing events and people that shaped history rather than the memorization of dates and names.

Class requirements:

Tuition: $375 per year.  May be paid in full or in two payments to Elizabeth Coplon, postdated July 1 and October 1.  Non-refundable after July 1. 

Supply Fee: $75 Non-refundable

Class size minimum is 6

*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st unless a class does not meet the minimum requirement of students. Please check with individual tutors about their minimum requirements per class.


Tuition payment arrangements must be made with individual tutors. A nonrefundable Early Registration fee of $60 per student will be paid directly to Horizon Homeschooling (max. $180 per family) via online registration. Registration is $70 per person after May 31st (max. $210 per family).

NOTE: Registration is not complete until registration fees and tutor supply/material fees* are paid at our Open House. Registrations after Open House are to be completed with all fees paid to tutors within two weeks of online registration in order to avoid restarting the registration process.

*All fees are nonrefundable after July 1st.

Horizon Homeschooling Tutors are contracted to serve as enrichment tutors alongside a comprehensive home education program. Grade reporting is the responsibility of the student’s parent or guardian.

Note: Horizon Homeschooling is not an umbrella school.

We recommend the students of Horizon Homeschooling be registered with a home education umbrella school.

 Rich Rundlett
EMAIL: RRundlett@yahoo.com Cell: (901) 326-9072

ECONOMICS & PERSONAL FINANCE

*** CANCELLED for the 2020/2021 Academic Year ***

Course Prerequisites:  Students in the 10th-12th grades
Everything in these classes will directly apply to the student’s life.  We will pull our discussion points right from the news headlines and real life situations.  In the first semester – Economics – we will discuss basic economic principles which have made America a great country as well as other important economic philosophies from around the globe.  In the second semester – Personal Finance – we will focus on financial accountability and provide the student with the steps necessary for them to have a foundation in which they will be able to start their adult life on the right financial foot and ultimately enjoy a life of financial independence.

Required Materials and Text: Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell (5th edition) and Foundations in Personal Finance High School Edition for Home School (student text) by Dave Ramsey

Tuition*: $355 per student.  May be paid in full or as 2 payments to Rich Rundlett, postdated for July 1st and October 1st. Please arrange payment directly with Tutor. *Non-refundable after July 1st.
Supply Fee: $75 Non-refundable. 
*Class size minimum set at 6 registered students. All fees will be held until minimum is met.

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