Your Children Can Learn Organically

 October 11, 2016

Your Children Can Learn Organically

    This newsletter is brought to you by Oak Meadow

Is your child struggling in school this fall? Looking for a way to reignite his or her excitement in learning again? Try Oak Meadow Independent Learning!

Our homeschooling curriculum and distance learning school for K-12 encourages creativity and intellectual development through hands-on activities and interdisciplinary projects. Flexible, child-centered, and nature-based, families love our organic approach to personalized learning.

Why Oak Meadow? Take a look and see for yourself.

K-4: Young students experience a multisensory education as they explore letters, numbers, color, song, rhythm, and verse while learning about themselves and the world around them. View a sample lesson from our second grade curriculum.

5-8: Students approaching adolescence develop skills in critical thinking and creative problem solving through a wide and varied choice of projects, assignments, and community service opportunities. Take a look at the seventh grade curriculum overview.
High school: As students prepare for college, career, or other explorations, our interdisciplinary courses guides them toward reflective learning while acquiring practical skill sets. They learn from their own inquiry as well as from books, teachers, tangible materials, and experiences in the world. We offer options for dual enrollment, advanced study, life experience credit, and travel and summer programs.


Oak Meadow’s curriculum can be used independently or with enrollment in our fully-accredited, teacher-supported distance learning school. Visit Oak Meadow or send an email to [email protected]
to ask a question of one of our educational counselors.

It’s not too late to make a change. You can start anytime!