Home School Partnership
Do you want to take advantage of this exciting opportunity for free home school classes in Hamilton? Use this link to request to be added to an email list for news about upcoming enrollments. 2nd semester is now closed to enrollments. All classes are electives and supplement your home school classes. All students must be home schooled and can not be enrolled in any other public school or online public school at home program. You can participate in this program and other non-public programs such as Friday Addition, Classical Conversations, and (HC)2.
Grades 6-12: May elect up to 5 classes any bonus classes. The 6-12 classes can be a mix of online, project based learning, dual enrollment, or classes on campus. All classes (except bonus classes) for grades 6-12 on campus also include an online component to be worked on from home. Students must participate in 2 way communication with a mentor teacher in order to count in attendance. Project Based Learning classes are limited to 2 from each subject (Music, Art, PE, STEM, Foreign Language.) High School students taking CTE (Career Technical Education Classes) are eligible for up to 3 Hamilton Partnership classes as all CTE classes count as 2 classes.
Grades K-5: May elect up to 5 classes (Each day at the school 11:15-4:30 = 1 class) and any bonus classes. The K-5 classes can be a mix of online, project based learning, or classes on campus. Each full day (11:15-4:30) on campus counts as 1 of the 5 classes. If taking a portion of a day on campus, it will count as half of a class. Students must participate in 2 way communication with a mentor teacher in order to count in attendance for online and PBL classes. Students must attend classes on campus during the month of count in order to be counted. Project Based Learning classes are limited to 2 from each subject (Music, Art, PE, STEM, Foreign Language.)
**Only home school students are eligible for this program. Students may not be registered in any public school, including publicly funded (free) virtual schools, academies, and so on. Students may not be counted in any private or parochial school or other homeschool partnership.
Hamilton Home School Partnership Overview
The Hamilton Home School Partnership offers many classes for children from grades K-12. The classes are taught by certified teachers and are held at Hamilton Middle School during our Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday home school sessions, primarily between 11:15-4:30.
This program helps individualize learning for home school and blended instruction students living in Allegan County, or the counties contiguous to Allegan County (Ottawa, Kent, Barry, Kalamazoo, or Van Buren).
Students enroll part-time with Hamilton Community Schools and are able to take weekly lab classes at Hamilton Middle School, online college dual enrollment courses or participate in established community partnerships. There are many opportunities, and the program continues to grow with the ideas and needs of our families.
The advantage to home school families is accessing teaching and learning that may not be available otherwise for any number of reasons, not the least of which is finances.
As part-time Hamilton students, those enrolled will have course work partially or wholly paid for by State of Michigan education dollars. As taxpayers, you deserve it. As educators, we want to provide these learning opportunities for the children of our area, whether we see them all day everyday or only for a few hours each week.
Come to Hamilton to be a part of this exciting program. For more information or to be added to our mailing list, you may contact Kristie Noguera at email@example.com or 269-405-0837.