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Countdown to the Kickoff Picnic and Classes

It's just three weeks until the Sure Foundation Homeschool Tutorial Kickoff Picnic! 
If you've registered for our classes, you're invited to the Kickoff Picnic on August 31st. This is a fun opportunity to meet the teachers and the other families, go over our rules and get the answers to any questions you still have. All registered families should have received an email with details about the picnic.
With just three weeks left until the Kickoff Picnic, that means that the first week of classes is only four weeks away! Do you have your textbooks? Refer to your registration package or to this post for the titles required for each class.
All our middle school classes are filled - thank you for your support!
Did you know that there are still openings in all the high school classes we're offering? In fact, we do have a couple of high school classes that would be a much better experience for students if a few more join us. If you're considering Spanish I, World History, Algebra I, or Geometry, now is the time to register your student for the class! Please help us get the word out by telling your homeschooling friends as well. Refer them to this blog, to our Facebook page, or our email address below.
Those of you that are registered for classes should have received an email from each instructor, or you will be receiving it soon. Watch your email, or contact us with any questions.

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Class List 2018-2019

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Open House - February 15th

Thursday, February 15th, 8am - 12:30pm
We invite you to join us for this Open House where you will be able to observe classes during a regular school day and find out more about what we offer for middle and high school students. Meet our Board members, our teachers, and our families.
As we continue to plan for the 2018-2019 school year at Sure Foundation, we are still in need of some help from our member families! We are looking for a someone to teach in one of our middle school classes - US history, science, or Literature. This could free up a middle school teacher to take on a high school level class. At the high school level, we would like to offer Health and Chemistry, but teachers are needed. If you have interest or can suggest someone to help in one of these areas, please contact us at for more information.
Registration will open on March 1st for renewing families, and on March 15th for new families.
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Registration Open for 2018-2019

Registration is open for returning families!
Our current Sure Foundation families should have received the registration packet for the 2018-2019 school year in their email. Registration for everyone will open on March 15th. Some classes do fill up quickly, so don't wait!
Here's a preview of the classes we're offering in 2018-2019!
For Middle School:
America the Beautiful (Part 2) - US History IEW US History Writing General Science Art
Middle/High School:
World Music - Ancient Ones
High School:
Bible - Study of Israel's Kings French I and II  Spanish I and II  Latin I and II Creative Writing for High School Public Speaking Intro to Business and Entrepreneurship World History American History Health Marine Biology Algebra I and II
Join us for our Open House on Thursday, March 15th!
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