ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM
for Successful Academic Achievement Grades 1-8
Both Elementary and Middle School Programs utilize a customized program, innovative curriculum, small class size, and a low student-to-teacher ratio to enable students to experience academic success.
The fundamental areas of learning include:
• Individualized Saxon Math Program/ Learning Tiles
• Language Arts (Written Expression, Grammar, Vocabulary & Spelling)
• Social Studies (Geography, History, Culture, etc.)
• Physical Education
Click here to see the tentative schedule for this year.
Program is enhanced by:
• Developing Christian character
• Teaching specialists for specific subjects
• Community service projects
• Customized curriculum
Click here for informational sheet on the program
Click here for Student Standards and Procedures
Click here for new enrollment application form
Click here for Re-enrollment application form
$100 registration fee (non-refundable, new students only)
1 day-a-week (Tuesdays):
$50 material fee (due upon enrollment or re-enrollment. This reserves your place in the program)
$125 monthly tuition for a 1 day-a-week plan
2 days-a-week (Tuesdays & Thursdays):
$75 material fee (due upon enrollment or re-enrollment. This reserves your place in the program)
$225 monthly tuition for a 2 day a week plan
4 days-a-week (Monday - Thursday):
$250 book and material fee (due upon enrollment or re-enrollment. This reserves your place in the program)
$425 monthly tuition for a 4 day a week plan
About the Instructors:
Curt Bumcrot is co-founder and director of Basic Skills Assessment and Educational Services. He has earned degrees in Biblical Studies from Grace Institute in Long Beach, California, a B.A. in English from California State University at Dominguiz Hills, and a M.R.E. (Master in Religious Education) from Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary. He has been active both as a teacher and administrator in Christian Schools.
Jenny Bumcrot is co-founder of Basic Skills Assessment and Educational Services. She attended Cerritos College and has worked in special education programs in public schools both in California and Oregon. She has home schooled her three children, is a certified test examiner and has worked as a tutor at Basic Skills.
Natalie Trust received her B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies from Warner Pacific College. She enjoyed a variety of internships during her college career, including Girl Scouts Beyond Bars, The Early Learning Center, and The Dougy Center. She has taught various levels of English, Literature, and Drama courses over the past five years. She is passionate about instilling a love for learning in her students and encourages them to continually challenge themselves