Frequently Asked Questions
Who are we?
Mosaic Pathways is a small community with a big heart. We are an unincorporated nonprofit, private education association offering educational services for children who are homeschooled or may be considering a homeschooling option. We value each child’s independence of mind, nurture respectful relationships, and empower students to develop into their full potential and feel a sense of belonging in their community. Mosaic Pathways is a faith based organization based on nature to nurture, guided by care and respect.
We offer a non-traditional approach unlike the traditional methods of lectures, homework, tests, and grades. Mosaic Pathways fosters whole child learning to include: being your authentic self, following
your inner knowings, and learning about your passions that awaken the heart. Instead of being focused on memorization of information, we hope to ignite imagination through the sense of wonder, and learn to discern what aligns to your truth.
What are the instructional days/hours?
Mosaic Pathways meets from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Tuesday thru Friday allowing family time for learning out in the community, appointments, therapy, nurturing, and self-care. We are in session from September to June with time off for holidays and vacations.
Where are we located?
Our private educational space is TBD by July 1, as we are currently searching for a new space.
What does our general curriculum look like?
Our students learn in a small group multi-age and mixed skill-level classroom with a teacher/guide utilizing hands-on learning within monthly topics that incorporate core academics (language, writing, math, history, science, the arts, etc.). Individualized supports are incorporated into the program as needed (multimodal communication, sensory modulation, interoception, regulation, purposeful motor, social skills, emotional wellness, etc.).
Our curriculum centers on the study of people, our world, and nature. We study topics of history in exploration through literature (read-aloud, audio books, podcasts) to learn about the world: the people who lived in it and where they lived (Historical Landmarks, Architecture, Geography). Each month we study a new topic in Nature and visit local parks to learn and journal about what is seen.
Math, language, writing, and science are incorporated within our monthly exploration studies, as well as, the arts (music, fine art, poetry, art activities), movement, and individualized supports and accommodations in a safe sensory-friendly environment.
What is the tuition?
Enrollment fee: $150
Tuition: $11,000 annual (10-month school year )
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