Penny Oliver to Attend Annual AAUW Teck Trek
Horizon seventh grader Penelope (Penny) Oliver will be attending the American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) annual Tech Trek STEM camp at UC Davis this summer. Each year, the group accepts only
Horizon Students Submit Essays, Videos About Their Plans After High School
During Career Awareness Month in February, Horizon’s Guidance Department held its second career contest. Open to all Horizon Charter Schools and Lincoln Montessori students, the contest sought to motivate
Celebrate Student Successes & Make New Friends
Horizon Charter Schools families are invited celebrate our students during Horizon’s annual open house as we come together by region to focus on news, events, students, and teamwork (NEST). The event takes place
The Cat In The Hat Makes Reading Fun for Montessori Students
The sun did not shine. It was too wet for Lincoln Montessori students to play.
Then something went, “bump.” Then they heard, “Bang, bang, bang.”
From outside their classroom
Horizon Charter Schools Education Foundation Holds 2nd Annual Art Contest
Horizon Charter Schools students of all ages are invited to enter HCS Education Foundation’s art contest. All it takes is a little creativity and imagination and a whole lot of
Horizon Charter Schools’ Guidance Department Holds Video/Essay Contest
February is Career Awareness Month. To get students thinking about their future, Horizon’s Guidance Department is holding a video/essay contest for all HCS students.
Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and
Lincoln Montessori First and Second Graders Learn About Matter and Colors
Miss Karla, a teacher at Horizon Charter Schools’ Lincoln Montessori Community Co-op, started the new school year by teaching her first and second grade students about the three stages
Kids love making movies and being in the spotlight. One of the many benefits of home teaching is the ability for kids to learn in creative ways — and for the family to have a great time doing it. Hunter,
Students at the Roseville Learning Center got a winter treat today when Auburn Road made a special appearance. Eric Rucker with Fox 40 was on hand, too. The station will broadcast the event on their news show tonight at 5
Grace Bentien, 17, an independent study student at Horizon Charter Schools, signed a Letter of Intent today to attend Texas A&M University where she will study communications and participate in western equestrian riding.
Ironically, as a young child Grace feared