* Community Education classes are self-supporting so fee waivers do not apply to any of the courses in this section of the schedule. All costs associated with these classes must be covered by the tuition gathered through registration.
If you have questions, please contact us at 360.416.7638 or via email at [email protected]
Homeschool Information and Qualification Course (Whidbey Campus)
Each child has a unique combination of learning styles, abilities, and interests that helps them learn. Homeschooling is one way to teach children in a personalized way, in order to develop lifelong skills and a love of learning. If you are considering this educational option, taking this course will provide you with information and resources to pursue teaching your child at home. The course content will include presentation of legal requirements and "how-to" information concerning teaching/learning to develop practical skills for application. Successful completion of this class also meets the Washington State legal requirements as a "Qualifying Course" for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. For information about the class content or requirements, contact the instructor at (206) 365-5313.
Workshops Coming Soon
Workshops Coming Soon
ANCIENT CULTURES (Whidbey Campus)
Have you ever wanted to stand next to a giant statue on Easter Island? Climb inside a temple in the ancient world of Maya? Ever wonder how the ancient Native Americans built earthworks long before Stonehenge? Or how the hypogeum in Gozo, Malta was built with perfect pitch? What about Pompeii and the golden ratio uncovered beneath 30 feet of volcanic ash? Come take a journey to Easter Island, to the Upper Peten of the Rio Bravo, to Poverty Point Malta, Egypt, the desert SW, and learn about Akus, Temples, the Golden Rectangle and aliens! Each week will be a different place in the world where instructor, Dr. Candace Gossen, has worked as an Archaeologist and Architect uncovering hiddensecrets and their science long forgotten. When her son was 13 she took him on a world tour to live in the cultures of the world instead of reading about them in books. Beware this class is guaranteed to inspire travel! Candace holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Archaeology, a Master of Science in Solar Architecture and a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture.
PAINTING I (Whidbey Campus)
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Mind and Body Coordination (Whidbey Campus)
This is a mental and physical discipline which cultivates calm, concentration, balance, posture, and correct movement. Consistent practice develops a strong mind that can relax, remain positive and persevere regardless of circumstance or environment. The physical requirements are low. It is designed to be applied to daily life. Instructor has 9 years of training with the Northwest Ki Federation. Read more at www.oregonki.org/programs-ki.php. (FULL QUARTER)