Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Leadership Education Academy spring classes

6-week classes at LEA begin April 30th
Class Size Limited, Register Right Away!
For 9-12 year olds:
Art Foundations - Come dive into the realms of Drawing, Painting, Artists and more as we search for our creative side! We will explore what ART is and how it has and will bless our lives and those around us. 9-12 year olds
Write On!- A love of learning class for the emerging writer.
Crystal Chemistry- Learn to grow your own crystals from household ingredients and learn some real science along the way.
Creative Writing- We will be learning about the qualities that give a story its power and creating our own story to share with others.
Math Lab- Do you ever wish you had a personal math mentor you could call up whenever you get stumped on a math problem? Now you can! Use with your own math program or try with one of our favorites, ALEKS!
For 12-15 year olds:
Simulator 101- Simulations help build an individual's character enabling them to act in any situation without fear and with confidence. Come join us for six weeks of nothing but simulations to test, try and strech your character.
LEA Teen Leadership Colloquium- The teen years should be the launching pad for every young man and woman seeking to live a life of purpose and mission. Habits sown during the adolescent years will reap future destinies. The question is will those lives be exceptional, or simply mediocre?
Wisdom of the Hebrew Alphabet- The founding fathers called Hebrew the language of freedom. Come find out why. Learn about the symbols and meaning so you can understand your core books at a whole new level.
The Hunger Games Colloquium-Is this triology a modern classic? YOU be the judge. Parents are welcome (and encouraged) to attend with their child at no additional cost. Read more about why LEA is offering a class on this series HERE.
Astronomy-From the acid clouds of Venus to the ice volcanoes of Triton, come explore and learn about the universe around us.
Math Lab-Do you ever wish you had a personal math mentor you could call up whenever you get stumped on a math problem? Now you can! Use your own math program or try one of our favorites, ALEKS!
Personal Mentoring- Whether you are a student or a parent, personal mentoring can help you discover the tools you need to become the person you were born to be.
For Adults:
The Accidental Entrepreneur: Business Lessons for the Homeschooling Mom- As a homeschooling parent, you're already an entrepreneur. Look at how applying business principles can help you organize and improve your homeschool.
Personal Mentoring- Whether you are a student or a parent, personal mentoring can help you discover the tools you need to become the person you were born to be.
Free Hunger Games Colloquium- Learn how to mentor a book like The Hunger GamesTo read more about why LEA is offering a class on this series HERE.

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