Enrollments Begin August 1st

When they open, just log in to the account that you want to enroll in to a course and click on the course name in the left column. Then enter the self-enrollment key posted in the course description. 

 

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PLEASE NOTE:  MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ALLOWED IN THIS COURSE IS 100.  ENROLLMENT IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE.  ANY STUDENTS ENROLLING AFTER THE FIRST 100 STUDENTS WILL BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST IN CASE EARLIER STUDENTS CANCEL.

PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ENROLL IN THIS COURSE - EACH STUDENT MUST HAVE A SEPARATE PARENT ACCOUNT ENROLLED USING THE PARENT KEY.

Enrollment keys:

AYOP Parent:  AYOPParent2$

AYOP Student:  AYOPStudent2$

Schedule:

This course will only be offered as an AYOP (At Your Own Pace) course during the 2019-20 school year.  

 

We pre-order a set number of seats in April to get a significant discount.  We purchase a bulk discount package that is divided evenly between our families.  Exact cost will be determined in August once we have final enrollment numbers, but we estimate it will be between $5-$10 per student.  (Per student cost goes down as we have more students enrolled.)

After August 2, families will be billed for their portion of the course based on the number of students enrolled in the class.  We can't bill until we know final enrolled numbers.  To guarantee your child's spot in the class, payment for the course must be received by August 15.  After that, seating will be opened to waiting list families, and students will be seated first come, first serve by payment date.

NOTE:  This course requires purchase of access to online Dave Ramsey content.  

See payment information below.

Course Details:

Age/Grade:

Grades 9-12:  This is a challenging course and NOT recommended for middle school.  

We will be offering a Personal Finance course from Dave Ramsey as well.  That is under a separate course listing.  That will offer both a live and AYOP option.

 

Class Information:

 

Access to the online course will begin September 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

Description:

This course is done as a partnership with Dave Ramsey.  We do a bulk buy of their Entrepreneurship class for our families.  The Entrepreneurship class is a shorter Elective class.  It is not full year credit.  We will verify exact length soon, but believe it is a four unit long course.

Cost:

There is no charge for the VHSG portion of the course. 

VHSG is charged a bulk cost from Dave Ramsey for offering the class. Actual cost per student will be determined once we know how many enroll. This cost will be split evenly between students. We estimate the cost per student will be somewhere between $5 and $10 for the year course, depending how many sign up.

The cost for the online course content and videos (required to take the course) will be determined upon enrollment completion.

No books are needed.  Everything for the course is in the online content used on Dave Ramsey's site.

Seating:

Payments will need to be received by August 15 in order to finalize enrollment.

Once we have the enrollment totals at the beginning of August, we will post the amount due along with the payment instructions. Each student will need to pay by August 15 to get access to the class page.

This copy of the course is a temporary seating page for enrollment purposes only.  You will not be added to the final course page on Dave Ramsey's site until you have paid.  Information on payment will be on the temporary course page after you enroll.

WAITING LIST ONLY!

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AS OF JULY 26, 10 SEATS WERE LEFT.  STUDENTS ARE BEING ENROLLED IN WAITING LIST FROM THIS POINT FORWARD.  THE NEXT 10 SEATS ENROLLING WILL BE MOVED TO THE "SEATED" GROUP MANUALLY UNTIL WE FILL.

WAITING LIST STUDENTS WILL HAVE THE CHANCE TO GET INTO THE LIVE CLASS IF THERE ARE ANY CANCELLATIONS OR NO PAYMENTS.

PLEASE NOTE:  MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ALLOWED IN THIS COURSE IS 100.  ENROLLMENT IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE.  ANY STUDENTS ENROLLING AFTER THE FIRST 100 STUDENTS WILL BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST IN CASE EARLIER STUDENTS CANCEL.

PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ENROLL IN THIS COURSE - EACH STUDENT MUST HAVE A SEPARATE PARENT ACCOUNT ENROLLED USING THE PARENT KEY.



Enrollment keys:

AYOP Parent:  AYOPParent2$

AYOP Student:  AYOPStudent2$

Live Parent:  LiveParent2$

Live Students:  LiveStudent2$

Schedule:

Live class times will be determined once we find out how many students are interested in a live option.  If you are interested in possibly doing live, please use the live key so we know how many teachers to recruit.  If the live times don't end up working out for you or you change your mind, you will be able to change to AYOP later.  We won't know live class times until teachers start to volunteer.  (If teachers are interested in volunteering to teach this class, you may contact Christina Duncan through Moodle messages or the Facebook page.) 

 

We pre-order a set number of seats in April to get a significant discount.  If families purchase this directly from Dave Ramsey themselves, it costs approximately $100.00 per student.  We purchase a bulk discount package that is divided evenly between our families.  Exact cost will be determined in August once we have final enrollment numbers, but we estimate it will be between $10-$20 per student.  (Per student cost goes down as we have more students enrolled.)

After August 2, families will be billed for their portion of the course based on the number of students enrolled in the class.  We can't bill until we know final enrolled numbers.  To guarantee your child's spot in the class, payment for the course must be received by August 15.  After that, seating will be opened to waiting list families, and students will be seated first come, first serve by payment date.

NOTE:  This course requires purchase of access to online Dave Ramsey content.  

See payment information below.

Course Details:

Age/Grade:

Grades 9-12:  This is a challenging course and NOT recommended for middle school.  Dave Ramsey does have a middle school curriculum available, but we are using the high school level only this year.

We will be offering an AYOP Entrepreneurship course from Dave Ramsey as well.  That is under a separate course listing.  That will not have a live option this year, as the build for it will not be ready until next year.

 

Class Information:

 

Access to the online course will begin September 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

Description:

This course is done as a partnership with Dave Ramsey.  We will use videos and online course content from their website, and homework will be completed on Dave Ramsey's system.  Each student will be required to purchase access to Dave Ramsey's site for the video and course access.  This is equivalent to purchasing a book in a typical course.  No additional books are required beyond the online course and video access.  

Students will be completing a budget, looking at their own personal finances during each chapter of this course.  There are quizzes and exams that are automatically computer-scored. There are additional activities and assignments available for the students, but will need to be completed on their own and graded by the parent. Parents will find the assignment sheets, the worksheets and the answer keys on the VHSG Moodle site.  For this reason, a parent must be enrolled in the VHSG course for each student enrolled in order to access these materials.

Cost:

There is no charge for the VHSG portion of the course. 

VHSG is charged a bulk cost for offering the class. Actual cost per student will be determined once we know how many enroll. This cost will be split evenly between students. We estimate the cost per student will be somewhere between $10 and $20 for the year course, depending how many sign up.

The cost for the online course content and videos (required to take the course) will be determined upon enrollment completion.

Seating:

Payments will need to be received by August 15 in order to finalize enrollment.

Once we have the enrollment totals at the beginning of August, we will post the amount due along with the payment instructions. Each student will need to pay by August 15 to get access to the class page.

This copy of the course is a temporary seating page for enrollment purposes only.  You will not be added to the final course page on Dave Ramsey's site until you have paid.  Information on payment will be on the temporary course page after you enroll.

Study Skills 2019-20

AUGUST CONDENSED SESSION

Class Meets:

  • 7 sessions 
  • (Condensed session that meets during a two week period.)

Sessions Available (May be subject to change):

  • 9:00 AM CST
    • August 20
    • August 21
    • August 22
    • August 23
    • August 27
    • August 28
    • August 29

Description:

Age/Grade: Middle School

This course is best for middle school ages who need to learn the basics about how to study and be organized. If a high school student still needs basic organization and study skills, it will be helpful for them also. There will be minimal homework. It is mostly requiring the kids to put what they are learning into practice along with brief weekly summaries (1-3 sentences) of what they have accomplished or learned that week.

Requirements: 

  • ability to read and upload Word/Open Office documents as well as an occasional picture
  • student planner (Any planner is sufficient.)
  • notebook with paper and dividers (What you are already using will likely work. The notebook is not specific for this class, but to help with organization of your other subjects.)
  • The student should be doing at least one other class in their regular schooling so that they have a class to practice their newly learned skills in.

Course Outline:

  1. Getting Organized
  2. Learning Styles
  3. Taking Notes Part 1
  4. Taking Notes Part 2
  5. How to Study
  6. Time Management
  7. Study Skills Challenge

Microphone:

All LIVE classes do require a headset with a microphone. Some courses may use video during class.

The feedback created by built-in computer mics is disruptive to classes. You will NOT be able to use your computer microphone and audio.

For a list of suggested headsets, please see this article on our helpdesk.

 

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Class Meets:

  • 7 sessions 

Sessions Available (May be subject to change):

  • Wednesdays @ 1:00 pm CST

    • Sept 4
    • Sept 11
    • Sept 18
    • Sept 25
    • Oct 2
    • Oct 9
    • Oct 16

Description:

Age/Grade: Middle School

This course is best for middle school ages who need to learn the basics about how to study and be organized. If a high school student still needs basic organization and study skills, it will be helpful for them also. There will be minimal homework. It is mostly requiring the kids to put what they are learning into practice along with brief weekly summaries (1-3 sentences) of what they have accomplished or learned that week.

Requirements: 

  • ability to read and upload Word/Open Office documents as well as an occasional picture
  • student planner (Any planner is sufficient.)
  • notebook with paper and dividers (What you are already using will likely work. The notebook is not specific for this class, but to help with organization of your other subjects.)
  • The student should be doing at least one other class in their regular schooling so that they have a class to practice their newly learned skills in.

Course Outline:

  1. Getting Organized
  2. Learning Styles
  3. Taking Notes Part 1
  4. Taking Notes Part 2
  5. How to Study
  6. Time Management
  7. Study Skills Challenge

Microphone:

All LIVE classes do require a headset with a microphone. Some courses may use video during class.

The feedback created by built-in computer mics is disruptive to classes. You will NOT be able to use your computer microphone and audio.

For a list of suggested headsets, please see this article on our helpdesk.

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GLAM

  

Class Meets:

  • 7 sessions 

Sessions Available (May be subject to change):

  • Session A Meets Fridays at 8 am CST

    • Oct, 4
    • Oct 11
    • Oct 18
    • Oct 25
    • Nov 1
    • Nov 8
    • Nov 15

Description:

Age/Grade: Middle School

This course is best for middle school ages who need to learn the basics about how to study and be organized. If a high school student still needs basic organization and study skills, it will be helpful for them also. There will be minimal homework. It is mostly requiring the kids to put what they are learning into practice along with brief weekly summaries (1-3 sentences) of what they have accomplished or learned that week.

Requirements: 

  • ability to read and upload Word/Open Office documents as well as an occasional picture
  • student planner (Any planner is sufficient.)
  • notebook with paper and dividers (What you are already using will likely work. The notebook is not specific for this class, but to help with organization of your other subjects.)
  • The student should be doing at least one other class in their regular schooling so that they have a class to practice their newly learned skills in.

Course Outline:

  1. Getting Organized
  2. Learning Styles
  3. Taking Notes Part 1
  4. Taking Notes Part 2
  5. How to Study
  6. Time Management
  7. Study Skills Challenge

Microphone:

All LIVE classes do require a headset with a microphone. Some courses may use video during class.

The feedback created by built-in computer mics is disruptive to classes. You will NOT be able to use your computer microphone and audio.

For a list of suggested headsets, please see this article on our helpdesk.

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    JAN/FEB SESSION

THIS COURSE WILL ENROLL ONLY UNTIL NOON CST ON AUGUST 2.

Use the keys directed on the blue graphics above. 

Early Seating Families:  Use the keys given in the 2019-20 Early Seating Course on your account dashboard.

General Seating Families:  Use the keys given in the General Enrollment box.

Sign in to your parent account and enroll using the parent key.  Then sign into your student account and enroll using the student key.  If you have a shared account, use the student key.

This course is subject to lottery seating if we get more students wanting a spot than volunteers.  Early Seating families will be placed first, then General Seating families.   It is NOT first come, first serve.  

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Class Meets:

  • 7 sessions 

Sessions Available (May be subject to change):

  • Session A Meets Tuesdays at 4 pm CST

    • Jan 7
    • Jan 14
    • Jan 21
    • Jan 28
    • Feb 4
    • Feb 11
    • Feb 18

Description:

Age/Grade: Middle School

This course is best for middle school ages who need to learn the basics about how to study and be organized. If a high school student still needs basic organization and study skills, it will be helpful for them also. There will be minimal homework. It is mostly requiring the kids to put what they are learning into practice along with brief weekly summaries (1-3 sentences) of what they have accomplished or learned that week.

Requirements: 

  • ability to read and upload Word/Open Office documents as well as an occasional picture
  • student planner (Any planner is sufficient.)
  • notebook with paper and dividers (What you are already using will likely work. The notebook is not specific for this class, but to help with organization of your other subjects.)
  • The student should be doing at least one other class in their regular schooling so that they have a class to practice their newly learned skills in.

Course Outline:

  1. Getting Organized
  2. Learning Styles
  3. Taking Notes Part 1
  4. Taking Notes Part 2
  5. How to Study
  6. Time Management
  7. Study Skills Challenge

Microphone:

All LIVE classes do require a headset with a microphone. Some courses may use video during class.

The feedback created by built-in computer mics is disruptive to classes. You will NOT be able to use your computer microphone and audio.

For a list of suggested headsets, please see this article on our helpdesk.

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