School starts: Sept. 5, 2017(I will have an open house Spring 2017)
School hours: 9am to 3:30pm
Facility: Little School in the Big Woods operates out of our log cabin home and on the 27 acre property surrounding it.
Location: Private location 20 minutes East of Coeur d'Alene
Studies include: Bible study from a Hebraic perspective, sign language, outdoor nature activities, photography, art, reading, writing, crafts, cooking and baking, drama, music, outdoor survival, team work, animal husbandry, basic math, speech and a variety of other skill-sets. I focus on creating "bodies of work" instead of doing busy work.
Drop off and pick up location (optional): We will have a drop off and pickup location half-way between the school and Coeur d'Alene (8:30 am and 4:00pm). Parents are welcomed to drive all the way out to the school everyday if they want to and hang out for awhile as well. Parents will need to drive their students out to the cabin the first day of school and attend open house nights and other events we will have.
Instructors: Rebekah Garvin (me) and my daughter (Maggie)
Summer Camp: Students will receive 25% off of that next year's Summer Camp
All photos on this site have either been taken by Rebekah Garvin and are copyrighted by her, thus not available for re-use or they are public domain from Pixby.com
Limited seats: 7 students
Lunch provided: Homemade and organic
Tuition: $475/month (4 days a week). Pay via cash, paypal or check (make checks out to "Rebekah Garvin") at time of registration. Financial arrangements can be made to pay partial tuition every 2 weeks of $237.50.
Contact information: Rebekah Garvin 208-651-2531
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Students will study the Scriptures and gain a variety of skill-sets while spending their childhood days in the country. My mission is to give kiddos (my students) the opportunity to learn and spend their days in a safe, low-stress childhood-friendly natural home environment where they will grow into happy, healthy human beings who know their Creator and his plan for them while at the same time learn skills that will serve them all their life.