Registration Deadline for Fall 2020: August 31

Saxon Math

We have been using Saxon Math for our own family and our home school support academy since 1994. We like it because it is designed to continually reinforce all the concepts taught from the beginning of each course, and incrementally builds a strong foundation for academic success in math. We believe that parents are the best math teachers for their children in the elementary grades. Ensign Education classes start at the junior high school level. If you are uncertain where your student should be placed in the curriculum, use this placement test and we will be happy to consult with you on what will work best for your student. Click Here to See Available Courses and Register.

Economics In One Lesson - 1 semester Fall 2020

This course focuses on a practical and current application of free market economic principles to current issues. We read the famous book by Henry Hazlitt, along with other classics such as “I, Pencil,” “What is Seen and What is Not Seen,” AND, the Philosophy of Liberty.

Class Schedule: This class will be a live broadcast once each week on Wednesdays at 12:30-1:15.

Free Market (Austrian) Economics - Spring 2022

This course includes an introduction to the schools of economic thought: Capitalism, Socialism, Communism, Free Market (Austrian), Keynesianism, and others. It considers how economic theory and principles are derived, what is money, the gold standard, the Federal Reserve, theories of value, trade, specialization and the division of labor, competition, supply and demand, the price system, and MORE.

The First 5200 Years - Fall 2020, Spring 2021

This World History courses begin with the creation of the earth and the beginning of the human family with our first parents, Adam and Eve at 4000 B.C. and continues down to 1200 A.D. covering the events in the development of Western Civilization. Our history courses are organized around “key dates” which provide students with a chronological framework for the major events of world and U.S. history.

Class Schedule: This class will be pre-recorded option only with one class of about 50 minutes released each week. Students will take a quiz on each class period before starting the next class. There will be a total of about 34 lessons over the course of the next two semesters.

U.S. History - Fall 2021, Spring 2022

This course is US history taught from the perspective of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. The first semester we begin with the exploration era of the 15th century and continue to the Civil War, which has been called “the continental divide” of US History, and failure to understand it is a failure to understand America. From there we examine the continuing establishment of America as the world’s dominant political and economic superpower through a continuous legacy of wars, declared and undeclared down to the present in the second semester. This class requires minimal homework; mainly a review of class notes each week to prepare for a quiz on the previous class’s content. Recommended for high school age students and their parents.

Principles of Good Government - 1 semester Spring 2021

This course starts with The Law by Frederick Bastiat, then proceeds to “The Proper Role of Government” by Ezra T. Benson. It also covers the philosophy of liberty, and will provide students an opportunity to analyze current political issues from the foundation of correct principles. The meaning and application of the U.S. Constitution provides boundaries for evaluation and analysis. It will be very valuable in providing a forum for critical thinking about the important issues of our day and forming defensible opinions.

America's Founding Documents - 1 semester Fall 2021

This course studies the meaning and ideology of liberty as expressed by the Founding Fathers in the organic documents that established “these” United States: The Articles of Confederation, the Northwest Ordinance, The Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution including the Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments along with The Federalist Papers.