Classes

The current Collective class offerings integrate art, language, math and environmental science on a very broad scale, that may include:

Weather and seasons, life cycle, botany, study of senses, measurement, estimating, graphing, mapping, entomology, ornithology, hydrology, color theory, vocabulary, classifying and labeling, and indigenous history.

Our classes are 3-4 hours long and hands-on, following a progressive model of education. Our times together are rich in experience and go for depth of understanding. It is a wonderful mix of planned and generative curriculum, integrated multi-subject matter, open play and exploration and always, always, fueled by our collective CURIOSITY!

Outdoor adventuring:

Monthly Creek and Woodland Exploration

Plants, bugs, critters, cooking and all things garden.

A monthly STEM challenge to help spur curiosity.


A monthly workshop that explores a seasonal highlight in the garden, oak woodland or creek.