WHAT IS THE AMBROSE SCHOOL BRIDGE PROGRAM?
The Bridge Program is an educational model where instruction is shared between a Bridge teacher on campus and parents at home. Students receive the benefit of a brick-and-mortar classroom experience coupled with the benefits of homeschooling. An on-campus Bridge Program teacher provides students with instruction two days per week while parents use our lesson plans to teach the other three days at home.
ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN FOR GRADES K – 12!
The Bridge Program opens in the fall of 2017. Classes meet between 8:00 AM and 3:10 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students in grades 9-12 also meet Wednesday mornings from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM for math and science instruction.
OPEN HOUSE FEBRUARY 2ND & 23RD!
Any parents interested in hearing more are invited to attend an informational meeting in the Ambrose library on February 2nd or 23rd at 7:00-8:00 pm. Childcare available upon request.
To RSVP or for questions, contact Bridge Program Director Melody Tracy at email@example.com.
The Bridge Program integrates quality learning at home with meaningful connection to a community of classical Christian learners. Numerous benefits include: greater flexibility for family time, less commute time, reduced cost, and greater opportunity for individualized instruction. Students who graduate from The Bridge Program receive an Ambrose School diploma.