Pathfinders

In our Pathfinders program, students engage in meaningful discussions and activities with their peers to gain deeper knowledge and understanding of their world. Students, guided by instructors, will learn to communicate their ideas in an environment that values each student's contributions. With a variety of classes, this program is perfect for expanding the horizons of your student.

This program is designed for our Pluto (Level 5) students. These students are in Middle School to beginning High School.

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Program Options

Afternoon Half Day:
3 classes
12:45pm - 3:30pm

Some students may enjoy additional classes in the morning. There are level 4 options available for students who wish to pursue a full day.

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Volunteer Option

Students may apply to volunteer in the morning. Discounted tuition may apply.

Pathfinders Courses

Quarter 1 Morning Session Options

Block 1-3

Volunteer

Volunteer

9:00am

At Tuesday School, we often need volunteers to help with classes or office duty. If you would like a full day of activities, volunteering may be a good option for your student! Email info@camphsr.com for more info and an application.

Challengers

Challengers Classes

9:00am

Our Pathfinders may enjoy taking some of our Neptune (Level 4) classes to fill their day. If you're looking for additional classes in the morning, check out the Challengers courses.

Go to Challengers Course Descriptions

Quarter 1 Afternoon Session

Block 4

Scriptwriting

Subject: Film
Level: 5

12:45pm

In this course, students will learn the basic process of turning their ideas into a film script. Think about some of the stories you’d like to share with an audience, from your own experience or imagination! Or: What are the issues, projects, or causes you feel passionate about that you’d like to create awareness for in your community? Jot down these ideas and bring to Class #1. Then, we’ll dive into what you need to know to write a film script!

Block 5

All Roads Lead to Rome

Subject: History
Level: 5

1:45pm

How did civilization rise up? We'll investigate the many layers of ancient civilizations from Mesopotamia to Rome, with stops in Egypt, China, Greece and the Middle East in between.

Block 6

Thinking Cap

Subject: Logic
Level: 5

2:45pm

Spontaneous problem-solving in a fun, creative, and imaginative atmosphere - that's what our students will experience in this Odyssey of the Mind style experience. Students will practice divergent thinking skills with hands-on challenges each week. Every challenge has many possible outcomes, which allows students to discuss their end results, encouraging original ideas and creativity. These team exercises give your student the opportunity to work together and communicate, just as they would, down the road, in the workplace.

Quarter 2 Morning Session Options

Block 1-3

Volunteer

Volunteer

9:00am

At Tuesday School, we often need volunteers to help with classes or office duty. If you would like a full day of activities, volunteering may be a good option for your student! Email info@camphsr.com for more info and an application.

Challengers

Challengers Classes

9:00am

Our Pathfinders may enjoy taking some of our Neptune (Level 4) classes to fill their day. If you're looking for additional classes in the morning, check out the Challengers courses.

Go to Challengers Course Descriptions

Quarter 2 Afternoon Session

Block 4

Lights, Camera, Action!

Subject: Film
Level: 5

12:45pm

Students will learn to work together as a production team, as well as, tap into their creativity and resourcefulness to produce a short film. We will choose a script, focus on each student’s strengths to assign roles, and learn about basic production & editing skills. Then, our film will premier at a very special event, complete with a red carpet roll-out!

Block 5

Twisted Cities

Subject: Social Studies
Level: 5

1:45pm

They asked for a city planning class, and a city planning class they shall receive! You might be right if you think this sounds like the most boring topic ever, but we’re up for the challenge of making it FUN! In this class, students will chat with special guests, examine and explore their own communities, and have an opportunity to create their own. This class will culminate in final group presentations, so while time in class will be devoted to group activities, students will also be expected to do some preparation at home.

Block 6

The Great Debaters Club

Subject: Language Arts
Level: 5

2:45pm

Each week we will break down the important skills you need to debate topics with intelligence and agility. Students will be responsible for preparing for debates at home so they can present their best argument. Public speaking skills, reasoning and preparation skills, and other topics will be covered in this ever-popular class.