Professor Leroy Nelson, email@example.com, is one of the foremost educators in the agricultural world and has pioneered many developments through his Nelson Academy of Agriculture.
Nelson Academy of Agriculture offers the only fully online middle school, high school and adult, agriculture-based science curriculums in the country.
If your middle school or high school student wants to take an agricultural course to satisfy a science credit, Nelson Academy offers the opportunity. Its online agricultural science courses are of available to anyone interested in adding an agricultural science course or two, as well as those who are seriously studying the sciences of agriculture with an eye toward a profession in the field.
Nelson Academy is fully accredited through the NWAC (Northwest Accreditation Commission) and enrollments are done through the North Dakota Center for Distance Education, www.ndcde.org. If your child wants a unique science experience that is useful and interesting, consider the Nelson Academy of Agriculture!
Fresno County Homeschool Support Groups & PSP’s
The most important thing for homeschool success is to mingle and socialize with other homeschooling families. Being a member of a support group allows you to share resources and information with them as well as to remind you that you are not alone in your home-teaching journey. Your county support groups can offer you contact with families with common goals and interests to yours.
Note: Our information includes both Parent-led Homeschool Support Groups and Private School Satellite Programs (PSPs) formerly known as Independent Study Programs (ISPs).
The difference is that typically, the Parent-led Homeschool Support Groups are created by families for families to get together for social activities, such as park days, P.E. activities, organized classes, field trips and other “group” types of endeavors. Some require a general membership fee, but most do not. You can usually show up at a park day and meet the parents and children to see how you like the group.
Fresno County Directory of Homeschool Support Groups
- Fresno and Madera Homeschoolers [FAM] – Includes homeschooling families from Fresno, Madera, and surrounding counties in Central California. Our purpose is to offer support to local homeschoolers, and provide group activities and discussion. Our group is open to all homeschoolers, regardless of method or other affiliations. In addition to encouraging discussions among local homeschoolers, this is also a place to post and find out about homeschooling activities in the Central Valley.
- Fresno Christian Home Educators of Fresno Association [CHEFA] – Serving Fresno, Madera, Clovis, Reedley, Kingsburg and other Central California areas. Membership. This is a non-profit organization providing information, training, activities and support to the Christian Home School Community of the greater Fresno area. All functions offered by CHEFA are provided by volunteers. Contact information: Email Sally Motsenbocker.
- Valley Christian Home Educators
P.O. Box 697, Riverdale, CA 93656
Contact: Mark and Verna Hornbaker
Phone: (559) 867-3800
Opportunities For eLearning is a virtual high school that allows students to work at their own pace in an environment that encourages inclusion and healthy self-expression. OFeL’s highly-qualified teachers are dedicated to helping every student find the inspiration that pushes them to graduation.
Live tutoring, AP and dual-credit courses, and SAT/ACT assistance ensures that every student who wants to be, is college-ready. OFeL provides engaging learning environments for students, utilizing research-based strategies and data-driven instruction, while meeting the needs of all learners. Teachers present fundamental instruction in real-time, allowing live participating and student-teacher interaction, while classes are also recorded and archived to allow students to review as many times as necessary. Small class sizes allow teachers to manage collaborative learning sessions and provide students with vibrant discussion to increase their higher order thinking skills.
To support social growth, OFeL provides free field trips to leadership camps, wilderness retreats, sports, clubs, and college tours. These trips encourage students to break out of their comfort zones and connect with their peers, while building life-long skills including teamwork, leadership, and creative problem-solving.
Opportunities for eLearning is WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) accredited, and all teachers meet Highly Qualified requirement guidelines under the Federal No Child Left Behind Act.
To enroll in OFeL, visit our WEBSITE and FILL OUT FORM or call
Fresno County Directory of Businesses & Services
At this time there are no listings for PSPs in Fresno County.