Gethsemane Home School Of Katy Texas
Richmond, TX 77407
NOTE: WE are not a daycare center; we are a school.
Gethsemane Home School also focus on children with physical (dis)abilities that have been in, or are in Special Education and children with FASD, ADD, ADHD, Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Down Syndrome, Arthritis, Cerebral Palsy, Tourette Syndrome, Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis, Hearing Impairments, Visual Impairments, Speech Disorders, Weight Problems, Dyslexia, Depression, Asthma, Food Allergies, Diabetes, Seizure Disorders, Selective Mutism, and children with OCD whom public schools don’t have the time or the patience to teach. We provide a learning environment that is conducive for these children. Gethsemane Home School Of Katy Texas also focus on Co-Op objectives on various learning types wherein children will practicing skills and apply knowledge learned in class. Learn new skills or acquire new information. Enhance attitudes or motivation.
Gethsemane Home School Of Katy Texas also focus on the Reggio Emilio philosophy to learning, wherein as an example, in the Art class, we stimulate young minds to help them discover themselves through artistic expression and experimentation. We expect to have highly supportive and participative parent groups and a wide array of learning centers, materials, tools, equipment, and processes, including a highly developed exploration and project approach for much of our emergent curriculum, which is based on children’s interests and fascinations, developmental stages, and family cultures.
Gethsemane Home School Of Katy Texas are Education Interventionists who use college students and educational paraprofessionals to teach students.
We also offer services for public school students who need additional academic assistance, we collaborate with the public school system to help the student achieve his or her academic goals. Gethsemane Home School Of Katy strives to create a healthy environment to assist children that are struggling with academics. Gethsemane Home School’s staff is very knowledgeable of Katy ISD and Cy-Fair ISD’s curriculum. We are knowledgeable of TEA's graduation requirements.
NOTE: TEA DOES NOT require home schools to be accredited, because when home schools began, it was meant to be parents teaching their children, now you have public home schools who charge outrageous fees and tell you that they are accredited to justify the charges/fees, which does not matter; what matters in home schooling is that the parent is physically and mentally involved in the child's academic achievements.
So don't be fooled by all of the high priced "accredited programs." Also don't be fooled by programs that offer you to pay a fee to get your high school diploma in eight (8) weeks because a program that offers GED curriculum is longer than eight weeks. You must ask yourself do you want your child to PAY for a diploma without learning academic curriculum or would you want your time and efforts to have your child educated with the knowledge of how to apply for college, how to apply for a job and be able to function in society with the knowledge and skills to become a success "It's Your Choice," Choose Correctly.