Please join me, Kathleen Waffle, Horizon Charter Schools’ Parent Educator, for an upcoming “Writing Workshop.” These are great workshops to help home study and independent study students and their parent teachers prepare for the upcoming district WPA (Writing Performance Assessment)
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
Math Kangaroo is a fun way to engage kids and help them learn about mathematics. It’s open to all students from first grade to seniors in high school. Every student who takes part receives a T-shirt, diploma and special memento,
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
Horizon Charter Schools student Samantha Kingshill recently won a silver medal in the Junior Women category at the 2016 UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Championships in Val di Sole, Italy. The course is known for being incredibly steep and rough
Each day, Sacramento radio station Star 106.5 recognizes one outstanding individual in the community who puts other people’s needs above his or her own and has a positive impact on the community; someone who is truly making a difference. Today
In a letter to all Horizon Charter Schools families, Dr. Cynthia Wood, EdD, CEO, Horizon Charter Schools Superintendent/Chief Executive Officer, announced that beginning July 1, 2016, Horizon Charter Schools increases student funding.
Elementary students will receive a total of $2,600