Home School Support (Math and Science Courses, Grades 8-12)
For parents who have made the decision to home school, facilitating math and science can be especially challenging as the concepts and lab work become more technical. Our courses are offered to students entering the 7th - 12th grades and are designed to support and enhance your efforts at home.
LIVE instruction on location at The Well or via Zoom conferencing. You choose!
Opportunity to ENGAGE in discussion and ASK QUESTIONS in real-time.
PACING to help you stay on schedule for the year.
FLEXIBILITY and CONTROL in regards to assignments, testing and grading. We provide suggested assignments, tests and keys. You decide what work they need to complete and how they need to score to demonstrate mastery. You'll never have to bother with the headache of submitting work back to us.
Small student groups of 12 or less.
Specifically for Math
ADDITIONAL SCHEDULED TIME to ask the instructor SPECIFIC QUESTIONS about the suggested problem set, BEFORE moving on to new material.
NO ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS. We guide our students to work through the textbooks we've tried, tested and trust.*
To Be Offered 2022-2023
8:00 a.m. M/W/F
Live Q & A - 8:00 T/TH
8:00 a.m. M/W/F
Live Q & A - 8:00 a.m. T/TH
10:00 a.m. M/W/F
Live Q & A - 10:00 T/TH
*Obviously, we love technology at The Well, but we believe the best way to really grasp math at the primary and secondary levels is through writing and solving problems ON PAPER. Further, we believe a good TEXTBOOK is the best format for efficient skill presentation and skill development. The math textbooks we've chosen do three very important things: 1) They provide CLEAR EXAMPLE PROBLEMS, 2) PRACTICE SETS THAT TEACH through an incremental progression of difficulty and 3) SPIRALING of already-presented concepts to ensure long-term retention.
Specifically for Science
Lab work, demonstrations and experiments designed to inspire and emphasize the scientific method.
Explanations and visual presentations from experienced teachers, designed to BRING THE SCIENCE TEXT TO LIFE.
Supplementary science assignments to PRACTICE and REINFORCE concepts introduced in the text.
Physical Science (8th)
11:00 a.m. T/TH
Biology (9th / 10th)
9:00 a.m. T/TH
Chemistry (9th /10th)
To be offered 2022-2023
Physics (11th - 12th)
11:00 a.m. M/W/F
Live Q & A - 11:00 T/TH
Advanced Biology (11th /12th)
To be offered 2022-2023
Paul Cuellar holds a Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Science from West Texas A&M University. He's got a gift for explaining complex things in a simple, witty way. Paul plays bass for the praise band at Redeemer Pampa. assists in the student ministry and is an intentional, fun-loving husband and father to Alison and Eliza.
Jesse Lee holds a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies from West Texas A&M University. Jesse has a sharp understanding of complex mathematical and technical concepts. He is also the student minister at Redeemer Pampa and a thoughtful, attentive husband and father to Marisssa and Claire.
Paul Rayburn holds a Bachelor of Science in Biblical Studies from Ouachita Baptist University and a Master's Degree in Education Administration from Concordia University. He has over 15 years of experience working with students, is an elder at Redeemer Pampa and a grateful husband and father to Mary Grace, Joseph, Gabe and Kinley.
$275 per semester for the first course, $250 per for each additional course. No additional lab fees. Families rent, borrow or buy textbooks.
Space is limited to 12 students in each course.
Classes only available to students living in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.
to Register or for more information Call 806-486-1971 or message us on Facebook!
Frequently Asked Questions
How long are classes? New concept presentations will last between 30 and 50 minutes, depending on subject, grade level, and the topic introduced on any given day.
Does my student need to participate in every Q and A? No, Q and A's are simply days when our instructors are available to answer questions about assignments and course material. We'd love to see your student every time, but we also know if they don't have questions, they will probably want to be accomplishing other things!
Who does the grading? The parent and the student. We highly encourage students to begin taking responsibility for checking their own work, which propels them to ask their own questions about what they're not understanding. As the parent, you know best how to move your child in that direction. Our job is to make the clearest, most compelling presentation of the material we can and then be available as the student "wrestles" with mastering the information and skills.