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Posted by Jill Moore on July 7, 2015 at 2:55 PM Comments comments (1)

Join the Moore family where learning is a …


Brilliant Learning Adventures with Spiritual Training

Announcing Fall Classes 2015!!

$160 Tuition Fall Semester and $25 Supply Fee - due by August 21st

Selected Fridays 9:30am - 2:30pm (students bring a lunch)

Ages 7-13

Designed especially for kids, students will learn the basic concepts of God’s incredible world of chemistry and physics! Your students will understand matter and how it changes, study the atom, become familiar with the periodic table of elements, learn about forces, and motions and potions and commotions! And so much more!

From making giant bubbles and invisible ink, to mixing slime and growing crystals, to blowing stuff up, your student will have a BLAST – literally!

Class Dates: Sept. 11, Sept. 25, Oct. 9, Oct. 23, Nov. 6, Nov. 20, Dec. 4*, Dec. 11*

(*Note the last two classes are back to back.)

Limited enrollment – fills fast!

To register contact….

[email protected]

Horses for Life Summer Programs

Posted by Sonja Crutcher on May 21, 2015 at 5:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Horses for Life!

Horsin’ Around Summer Programs

Looking for a unique activity for your kids and/or family?

Learning with horses has never been more fun!


Groups, families, or individual sessions available


Here are some of our available programs:

Families! Ages 5 - infinity

Colts and Fillies! Grades K-2

Ponies in the Paddock! Grades 3-5

Junior High Alive! Grades 6-8

Youth Alive! Grades 9-12

Hoofbeats! for homeschool groups

Mini-Retreats! Refresh, revive, renew at the ranch for a morning of fun and relaxation! These are perfect for parents, grandparents, men, women, caregivers, professional staff, organizations, etc.



We are conveniently located five miles north of Angleton, Texas.


Visit for more information about Horses for Life! services,

and learn how horses can make a REAL difference!

Contact Kathy Gambino at [email protected] or 979-997-9293


Brazosport College offering Mathematics Bridge Academy

Posted by Sonja Crutcher on April 30, 2015 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (0)


My name is Nicole Tunmire and I am the director for the Mathematics Bridge Academy at Brazosport College. In case my name and the Mathematics Bridge Academy are brand new to you, here is a brief history and overview of our program:

The Mathematics Bridge Academy is a program for junior high and high school students that is hosted each summer by Brazosport College. Our primary goal is to help students advance in mathematics while beginning plans for college and career goals. The program began thanks to the Gulf Coast Partners Achieving Student Success grant from the Houston Endowment and has been adopted as part of Brazosport College’s long-term planning initiative: Vision 2020. During the grant funded pilot period (2012-2014), the program reached over 600 Brazosport ISD students, showing mathematics gains in 15 or more objective areas each summer. In addition to the mathematics achievements gained from individualized online software, students have been exposed to a wide variety of local career opportunities through career presentations by area professionals. Many students who thought the “good life” (only obtainable through an expensive degree from a big name school) was only available to the richest and brightest have learned that our area is booming with opportunities for those willing to work hard and that certificates and degrees from Brazosport College can be a launching point for great success.

I am very excited to announce that the pilot period is over and we would like to invite all area students to participate in our unique program!!

Nicole Tunmire

Instructor of Mathematics

ITM Program Coordinator

Mathematics Bridge Academy Coordinator

Brazosport College

500 College Drive

Office J-225

Lake Jackson, Texas 77566

(979) 230-3130

(979) 230-3390 (fax)


Posted by Jill Moore on July 16, 2014 at 3:15 PM Comments comments (2)


B L A S T ! !

Brilliant Learning Adventures with Spiritual Training

AGES 7-13

SELECTED FRIDAYS, 9:30am – 2:30pm

Register at [email protected]

Semester fee $160 Supply fee $25

Please send registration form (see Documents link on the left panel), semester fee and supply fee by December 31st to:

Jill Moore, 4518 County Road 31, Angleton, Texas 77515

Genius! Ingenious! Inspired!

BLAST SPRING 2015- Join us for these eclectic, exciting classes combining science, history and some serious creativity to give your student a well-rounded education this spring!

Classes will be packed with lively lectures, crazy-fun hands-on activities, living books, and multi-media presentations. Your students will come home smart, excited, humble and tired!


Best of all - at BLAST we give GOD the glory!





January 9

Masterpiece - Fine Arts and Music

Bach to Beethoven, da Vinci to van Gogh

January 23


Radio, Television to Texting and the Internet

February 6

Culinary Science

Cool Cooking School and Nutrition Know-how

February 20

Exploration and Discovery

Magellan’s Celestial Navigation to NASA’s Mars Mission

March 6


Tombs to Titanic, The Dig to the Museum

March 20

Super Sleuth Science

Real-life Sherlock’s, Forensics Crime Lab

April 10

Idea to Invention

Innovation through Time

April 24

Project Fair and Party

Student Shine Time!

H.I.S. Registration Open

Posted by Sonja Crutcher on May 13, 2014 at 1:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Registration is open for the fall 2016 semester of H.I.S. (Homeschool Instructional Support). Please see the document section (on the top pane) for the schedule and registration form. You will need to look on page 2 or 3 of the document section.

Many classes will have waiting lists.

Mail the registration form to H.I.S., 220 Wagon Wheel Trail, Angleton, Tx 77515, along with the registration fee of $35 per child.

Please email [email protected] for course descriptions or for more information.

Brazosport Christian School-Homeschool partnership 2013-2014

Posted by Sonja Crutcher on April 11, 2013 at 11:25 AM Comments comments (0)

BCS Policy for Homeschool Students


Brazosport Christian School is pleased to partner with homeschool families as they seek to educate their children in the home setting, but may desire their children to be in weekly group classes.

After regular enrollment has ended, selected classes are made available for qualified applicants from outside the full-time regular enrollees of BCS. Students who enroll as a BCS “homeschool” student must commit to attending all classes for which they have registered and be accepted, on a regular basis for one academic school year unless providentially hindered. The student will be considered an integral part of the class with all the right and privileges thereof, and, therefore, will be expected to do all class assignments, projects, tests, etc. A report will be issued at the end of the semester, certifying that the course has been taken, completed and passed.

Students are expected to abide by the BCS dress code and all general policies applicable to full time BCS students as delineated in the Student Handbook, including receiving demerits and doing restitution for those demerits; as well as all applicable handbooks found on the BCS website.

Students are expected to arrive for the class on time and then leave when the class is over. Students may not stay at BCS unattended. The parents are asked to contact the school office if they are going to be late in picking up the student.

Attendance as a “homeschool” student does not qualify the student to participate in activities of the school unrelated to the particular class taken (Protocol classes and events, etc.). The student is invited to attend all field trips as related to their specific class and must pay additional admissions fees particular to the event. Arrangements may be made to take PSAT or Terra Nova tests on a per test cost basis.

Interested families are required to apply to BCS through the regular admissions process (Includes testing) and to include a $100.00 application fee with their application. There is a $50 Registration fee after acceptance. Classes for 2013-2014 school year begin August 14, and end May 23. Each student is limited to ten class meetings per week (2 subjects). Each student must attend chapel which takes place on Wednesdays.

A reminder that in order to graduate and receive a diploma from Brazosport Christian School, one must earn 26 credits through the school.

Contact BCS for application., or 979-297-0563, or email [email protected] 

Brazosport Christian School

200-B Willow Drive

Lake Jackson, Texas 77566


2013-2014 Homeschool Class Offerings

(Full Payment or 10 month payment plan)


Secondary Classes:

7th and 8th grade classes cost $275 a semester / $550 a year

9th – 12th grade classes cost $325 a semester/ $650 a year

Labs are an additional $50 per lab

DC – Dual Credit from Northwestern College additional $100/ each credit (see last page)



7th – Academic

8th – Academic

9th – Academic and Pre-AP

10th – Academic and Pre-AP

11th – Academic and AP

12th – Academic and AP



7th – pre-Algebra - Academic

8th – Algebra I - Academic

Algebra I – Academic

Geometry – Academic and Pre-AP

Algebra II – Academic and Pre-AP

Pre-Calculus – Academic and Pre-AP

Calculus – AP

Indep. Study of Mathematics – Pre-AP

Social Studies:

7th – US History - Academic

8th – Texas History - Academic

World Geography – Academic

World History – Academic and Pre-AP

U.S. History – Academic and AP

U.S. Government /Economics – Academic



7th- Life Science - Academic

8th – Earth Science - Academic

Biology – Academic

Chemistry – Academic and Pre-AP

Chemistry - AP

Physics – Academic and Pre-AP

Anatomy/ Physiology – Pre-AP

Environmental Science – Academic



SAT Prep class


Spanish I, II - Academic

Spanish III – Pre-AP

Speech – High School

Health - Academic

Art – High School and Junior High

Choir – High School



Bible I, Bible II, Bible III, Bible IV;

Athletics: (Athletic fees are extra)

Junior High Boys: Football, basketball, baseball;

Junior High Girls: Volleyball, basketball, softball, cheerleading;

(There are no high school sports available to homeschool students. This is a TAPPS rule.)


Dual Credit classes offered at BCS include: (a fee of $100 per credit applies {i.e. 4 hours=$400, payment plans available}, this fee is in addition to the per semester fee listed above)


DC ENG 1105 Composition (4 college credits/ 1 highschool credit)

DC LIT1100 Introducation to Literature (4 college credits/ 1 highschool credit)


DC MAT1015 – College Algebra (4 college credits/ 1 highschool credit)


DC PSY1005 Introduction to Psychology (4 college credits/ 1 highschool credit)


DC BIB1001 Old Test. History and Lit. (Fall) (2 college credits/ ½ highschool credit)

DC BIB1002 New Test. History and Lit. (Spring) (2 college credits/ ½ highschool credit


Selah Arts Academy in Friendswood

Posted by Sonja Crutcher on March 26, 2013 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Selah Academy for the Arts endeavors to provide quality classes in the Fine and Liberal Arts through qualified instructors with a desire for excellence and a passion for sharing knowledge with students.


For a registration form for classes, e-mail [email protected] with your student's name, age, desired class and previous experience.

Selah Academy for the Arts is a faith-based home school co-op group in Friendswood, Texas, that caters to the creative arts. Classes offered include English Composition (Word in Season Curriculum), French, Drama, and Movies as Literature. All classes except drama are for high school students. Prices range from $35-$70 per month. Registration for the Fall semester has begun! For more information visit or contact us at [email protected]


Thank you very much!


Ashlea Massie

Local Homeschool Honor Society

Posted by Sonja Crutcher on February 28, 2013 at 10:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Please see "documents" section for membership application in the Phi Xi Chapter of Eta Sigma Alpha National Home School Honor Society. Over the years, many Brazoria county students have joined the Houston chapter because there was not a chapter specific for us. Master’s Academy of Arts Brazoria County is delighted to be the sponsoring organization and offer Brazoria County students membership in a national chapter, the Phi Xi Chapter.

Students must submit the application and all required documentation. Dues shall be $45.00 per year. Once approved, students will receive a membership card and a certificate of membership. Each year when the membership is renewed, the student will receive a new certificate of membership for that year.

Applications should be received NO LATER than September 15 along with their application fee of $45 checks made out to Phi Xi ESA. (Fees and applications received by July 31 will be $40) Membership renewal will be $35 if received before Aug 1st or $40 if received NO LATER THAN September $15.

To remain active, students must submit 10 hours of service each year. The service record form is attached to the application. Failure to submit the service-hours form will result in a forfeiture of membership. Students must also attend all meetings. Meeting will be help in September, November, February, and April. Service hours should be turned in at the April meeting.

Graduating seniors are eligible to order an ESA Diploma of Graduation from the HEP Bookstore. Students may also order a gold honor cord and ESA shawl for graduation. Other paraphernalia such as ESA tie tacks, pins, t-shirts, caps, sweatshirts, tote bags, and polo shirts are available for purchase. Visit the webpage for more information about these products.

Once again, thank you for your interest in ESA. We hope you will consider joining. Congratulations on your success as a home school student. We wish you the best in your future endeavors.


Margaret Baugh, Deina Foytik Kathleen Vavich, Lori Tiemann, Audrey Paul

FAFSA-Free Application for Federal Student Aid

Posted by Connie Marquez on August 22, 2012 at 2:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. At the office of Federal Student Aid, our 1,200 employees help make college education possible for every dedicated mind by providing more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to more than 15 million students paying for college or career school. We are proud to sponsor millions of American minds pursuing their educational dreams.

Federal Student Aid is responsible for managing the student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. These programs provide grants, loans, and work-study funds to students attending college or career school.


We ensure students and their families can benefit from these programs by:

Informing students and families of the availability of the federal student aid programs and on the process for applying for and receiving aid from those programs;

Developing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSASM) and processing more than 21 million FAFSA submissions each year;

Accurately disbursing, reconciling, and accounting for all federal student aid funds that are delivered to students each year through more than 6,000 colleges and career schools;

Managing the outstanding federal student loan portfolio and securing repayment from federal student loan borrowers;

Offering free assistance to students, parents, and borrowers throughout the entire financial aid process; and

Providing oversight and monitoring of all program participants—schools, financial entities, and students— to ensure compliance with the laws, regulations, and policies governing the federal student aid programs.

Angleton Christian School offers classes to homeschoolers!

Posted by Terri on June 6, 2012 at 8:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Angleton Christian School is offering

classes to the homeschool community!!!

*Homeschool students may take up to 3 classes at ACS.

*When enrolled in classes, students are eligible to participate in extra curricular acitivities that ACS has to offer, such as:



swim team




science fair

PSIA academic competion

Standardized Testing

PSAT/SAT testing

*Some high school classes you might be interested in: Biology, Physics, US History, Spanish, Technology, Bible, English, SAT prep., and many more

*We also offer all of the necessary classes for elementary and middle school

*Scholorships available for full time students

*Call ACS for more information. 979-848-3842

*Or call Terri Jones 903-348-1783

Apply Texas - All colleges and Universities require

Posted by Connie Marquez on January 14, 2012 at 1:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Admission information for every Texas Public University, plus some private and two-year schools.

Apply online. Complete and submit your admission and scholarship applications online.

Alvin Community College

Posted by Connie Marquez on January 14, 2012 at 1:45 AM Comments comments (1)

Homeschool Counselor: Stphanie Stockstill

Brazosport College

Posted by Connie Marquez on January 14, 2012 at 1:45 AM Comments comments (0)

County Parks

Posted by Connie Marquez on January 14, 2012 at 1:40 AM Comments comments (0)
Brazos River County Park
(off CR 30 in the Planter's Point Subdivision near Angleton)
Hanson Riverside County Park
(off Hwy 35 between West Columbia and Sweeny, on the San Bernard River)
Albert Finkle Memorial County Park
(on CR 171 & Chocolate Bayou in Liverpool)
Quintana Beach County Park
1-800-8-PARK-RV 1-800-8-PARK-RV (Quintana Island in Freeport)
San Luis Pass County Park
1-800-3-PARK-RV 1-800-3-PARK-RV
(off CR 257 at San Luis Pass & Galveston Toll Bridge in Freeport)
Surfside Jetty County Park
(at the south end of Bluewater Highway, CR 257, in Surfside)
Resoft County Park
(just north of Alvin off CR 281 and Hwy 35)
Buffalo Camp County Park
(corner of Otter Trail & Deer Trail in Lake Jackson)
Brazoria County Parks Department
Administrative Offices (313 W Mulberry, Angleton)

Camp Mohawk County Park
(On Hwy 35 approx. 8 miles south of Alvin-just south of Chocolate Bayou Bridge)
1-877-226-7664 1-877-226-7664

Sea Center Texas

Posted by Connie Marquez on January 14, 2012 at 1:40 AM Comments comments (0)
  • 300 Medical Drive, Lake Jackson
  • (979) 292-0100 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (979) 292-0100 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
  • Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday
  • Admission: free, but donations are appreciated
  • This all saltwater-related aquarium with a 50,000-gallon Gulf of Mexico tank is home to many underwater creatures, including sharks. Other features include salt marsh, coastal bay, jetty and artificial reef tanks, a hatchery and a 20-foot touch pool with blue crabs, hermit crabs, urchins, clams, snails and sea anemones.


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