Our Unique Programming
Imagine a program to meet the needs of your child
. . . register for one hour up to two days per week of classes
. . . math instruction where the teacher doesn't teach one way to solve a problem, but changes techniques to accommodate how your child learns
. . . history and English classes that teach critical thinking skills
. . . access to a comfortable community with special events and meet-ups for kids and parents to engage with friends, teachers, and fellow students
. . . art classes designed to encourage creativity
. . . learning accomplished through games, discussions, and fun
. . . classes for young children through teens
. . . advising for teens figuring out their futures
All of this can be found at Latitude.
Our curated schedule and excellent instructors do not follow the recitation of facts modality imposed by the majority of schools. In fact, prior to instructing at Latitude, they must agree to our standards of excellence which include the following beliefs:
- All children are unique;
- All children have individual learning styles that are valid; and
- Work asked of children should be valuable to the process of learning.
Our daily schedule is designed so that kids can take one class or a day's worth. Parents are invited to stay at our facility, participate in parent support groups and activities, or they can drop off their children. There will be comfortable space available for families to wait.
There is time allotted after lunch and at the end of the day for exercise and club meetings.
Latitude is designed to be affordable. We are supported by individuals passionate about educational alternatives.
Full Day, 12 year old
American History on Trial
Lunch & Outside Time
Dungeons & Dragons
Lessons for a Young Economist
Full Day, 17 year old
Intro to Software Engineering
World War II
Lunch & Advisory
Parital Day, 14 year old
World War II
Lunch, Clubs & Advisory
Partial Day, 8 year old