Enrollment for classes in the '22-'23 school year is closed. Service Club and Drama Club will be accepting new members through January 2023. Contact us now for information about the '23-'24 school year. Classes meet on Thursdays and clubs meet on Tuesdays. Tutoring is available by appointment. We serve middle and high school students in Historic Lawrenceville.
A year long elective class. Semester one students will learn storytelling techniques, character development, and dialogue in order to become better storytellers. Students will also learn how to outline, develop, and pitch their works while gaining a grasp of screenplay analysis. Second semester students will explore the process of staging a theatrical show. This includes play analysis, publicity, and technical theatre.
A year long elective class. American history is a required high school course for students matriculating to many Colleges and Universities. This course will cover pre-colonial history through the modern era. The time frame will correlate with that of the World History class. We conclude our year around the Raegan administration to allow sufficient distance for historical analysis.
The Modern period is associated with fundamental changes from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries.The period begins with the end of Pre-modern age and while this era continues to present day, we will end with the fall of the Berlin Wall. Literature is integrated into this course and novels will includeMary Shelly's Frankenstein, Around the World in 80 Days, and Night by Elie Wiesel.
The EarlyAct Club of Hazelwood Gwinnett gives students who are 13 y.o. & younger an opportunity to engage in service projects, while a newly chartered Interact club will be available for students 12-18 y.o. These clubs are divisions of Rotary International.
The Hazelwood Prep Science Bowl clubs will have middle and a high school teams. Students will study science facts and trivia to prepare for the Science Bowl competitions-a fast-paced tournamentorganized by the United States Department of Energy.
Additional Clubs TBD
Additional clubs will be dependent upon interest and instructor availability.
A passion project is not defined by the parent or instructor. It is your opportunity to control your education and learn through something you are passionate about.
A passion project should excite and motivate you. You could decide to establish a business or Nor For Profit organization, write a blog or book, start a community initiative, undertake independent research, or invent something.
How do I get started?
Sign up for our passion project mentorship program
Meet with mentor(s) on a weekly basis who will help you make connections and set up your proposal.
Continue working on the steps of your proposal through fruition.
How do I choose a passion project?
Propose a Class
Call For Co-Op Classes
We are Seeking Teachers for the '23-'24 School Year
Do you have a class you want to teach?
We are adding new co-op classes in the '23-'24 school year. These classes will be prioritized to Wednesdays, but there may also be Monday and Friday availability. While you are welcome to self-promote your class, we will also promote it to our membership. Discussions about class curriculum, scheduling, and compensation will be on a case-by-case basis.
Ways to Give
Tuesday, Nov 29. Help us build great programming by supporting us on GAGives Day!
Thursday, Dec 15. Come check out our new location and watch our students present their midyear projects.
Holiday Party noon-3p
Thursday, Dec 15. Homeschool families are welcome to join us to celebrate the beginning of holiday break.
More Events Coming Soon...
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Meet Our Directors
Executive Director of Programming
Executive Director of Development
Ms. Andrea homeschooled her two children from 2003 until 2013, when the youngest entered college. She wrote for numerous websites and homeschool blogs, and since graduating her own children (who currently hold Bachelors and Masters degrees)has been immersed in theatre arts and counseling homeschool families.
Ms. Mere is currently homeschooling a pair of feral children, who somehow became tween boys. She is a graphic designer and has served on the board of several not-for-profit organizations. She is excited to help make the magic of Hazelwood happen.