Interested parents and teens are welcome to attend our open house Tuesday, May 12th at 7pm, Springfield Church of Christ, 7512 Old Keene Mill Road, Springfield, Virginia. Meet the tutors, preview class materials, and interact with current students!
STARS features inspired instruction from top teachers in the metro area with decades of homeschooling experience to motivate your students and spark that love of learning. Our rigorous courses include Apologia science curriculum with intensive lab work, including Physical Science, Biology, Advanced Biology, Nutrition, Chemistry, and Physics – Saxon Algebra I, Algebra II, Advanced Math, and Jacobs Geometry – Introduction to Literature, Creative Writing, World Literature, Essay Writing with SAT Prep – American History – Spanish and German language instruction – Art and Graphic Design – Knitting and Sewing – Classical Guitar and Guitar ensemble — Saxophone, Flute & Clarinet. Tutoring is available as well in selected subjects.
STARS also organizes field trips, such as to Kennedy Center fine arts education programs and for instruction at a renowned and/or Ivy League college for a day, as well as seasonal extra-curricular events and parent support activities.
Please email Anne-Marie Mingo at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and/or to RSVP (appreciated but not required!).
STARS would like to invite you, on April 7th and 9th, 2015 between the hours of 10:30-1:30, to an Open House for students and families to meet our newest tutor, Matt Rogers for instrument demonstrations, direct Q & A with him, as well as signing up for an opportunity to try sax, flute, or clarinet themselves. Matt will be offering private lessons with STARS on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you would like to set up free 30 minute trial lesson, email him at Matt@MattRogersMusic.com. We are so fortunate to have him join us and to have a musician of this caliber teach our students. Matt has also been asked to be a soloist for the Easter sunrise service at the Lincoln Memorial and will be performing with Michael Tait of the Newsboys. He would love to meet you and has invited students to come down to the stage afterwards to say hello.