Village Home Day Program Application
For learners new to the Day Program intending to register now and for Fall 2019/20.

Families will be contacted for an interview shortly after application has been received.
There is a non-refundable $60 interview fee due for each learner prior to scheduling the interview meeting.

Beaverton Campus, 5150 SW Watson Portland Campus, 1800 SE Water
Mondays and Fridays Wednesdays
Ages 5-7, 8-10, 11-13 Ages 8-12
$3,200/Year $1,600/Year

Must be minimum age for each cohort by 9/15 to apply

Both locations meet 33 weeks a year, from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Select the program you desire. *
Learner First and Last Name *
Your answer
Birthdate of Learner *
Learner Grade Level According to Age *
What grade level would the learner be in a traditional school setting?
Your answer
Parent First Name *
Your answer
Parent Last Name *
Your answer
Parent Day Phone *
Your answer
Parent Email *
Your answer
Address *
Your answer
City *
Your answer
State *
Your answer
Zip *
Your answer
Is your learner currently enrolled at Village Home? *
Why are you seeking enrollment in the Village Home Day Program for your child/ren? *
Your answer
Our program is less structured than a typical 'school day', and allows learners to pursue their own interests some of the time. Why is this important to your family? *
Your answer
Previous Academic History *
Please include all schools attended, grade levels, and reasons for leaving. If a homeschooler, please indicate your homeschooling style/preference.
Your answer
Permission to contact previous schools? *
(skip if applying for the younger cohort) What is the current reading level of your child applying for the older cohort group?
Learners in the older cohort must be able to read and write at the 5th grade level or higher. This is not a remedial program designed to assist learners with difficulties reading or writing.
Your answer
(skip if applying for the older cohort) What is the current reading level of your child applying for the younger cohort group?
Each week, learners will work independently in an award-winning language arts and math online program to receive personalized practice customized to their skill level. In order to participate, your learner must be able to read well enough to follow on-screen instruction independently.
Your answer
Does this learner have any learning or behavioral challenges (formally diagnosed or not). If yes, please describe.
Include things like dyslexia, anxiety, ADHD/ADD, spectrum-related disorders, sensory integration disorders, oppositional disorder, processing disorders, depression, dysgraphia, etc.
Your answer
General learning profile *
Please indicate special interests of the applicant and any academic, social, emotional, or behavioral features we should know about your child in order to determine suitability for our program, and to serve your child effectively.
Your answer
Has your learner ever been expelled or suspended from school, or had disciplinary actions imposed in an educational setting? If yes, please explain. *
Your answer
Is there anything you would like to share to help us understand your child?
Your answer
How did you hear about the Village Home Day Program? *
Your answer
I understand that there is an NON-REFUNDABLE $60 interview fee due prior to scheduling the interview. *
I/we understand that admission to the Village Home Day Program is at the discretion of Village Home. *
All learners are welcome at Village Home Education Resource Center regardless of race, age, religion, creed, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, or disabilities. Village Home is located on church property, but is not programmatically affiliated with any religious organization.
When would you like your learner to begin the Day Program? Please indicate Fall, Winter, Spring and year.
Your answer

The day program is an all-day, part-time program where their kids can be academically and socially engaged, and inspired to take ownership of their learning. The Villager Day-Program launched in 2016 and is a two-day option. Please note, this is NOT designed to be a comprehensive program --- it is part-time only.


September to June (33 weeks)
Student:Teacher Ratio: 15:1

Mondays and Fridays
Beaverton Campus, 5150 SW Watson
9:00 am - 3:30 pm with optional 8:30 am drop-off for all cohorts; Ages 5-7 have optional 1 pm pick-up.
Cohort Age Groups: 5-7, 8-10, 11-13

Portland Campus, 1800 SE Water
9:00 am - 3:30 pm with optional 8:30 am drop off


1. Cultivate the learner's natural desire to learn.
2. Build self-awareness and awareness of the world around them.
3. Provide opportunity for meaningful social interaction and community.
4. Build learning skills.
5. Engage in individual and group inquiry-based learning.


Each day will have a schedule that includes some free exploration time, some guided group learning opportunities, some individualized online learning, group project-based learning, and some independent work. We maintain our commitment to making learning fun and engaging, while also holding a high expectation for participation.

We are applying over 16 years of experience with facilitating learning engagement to design this program to be a learner-friendly approach to education, with developmentally appropriate academic and social opportunities that support learner autonomy.

For the three weeks outside of the regular terms of Village Home, the day-program students will participate in a workshop immersion, engage in community service, and prepare for a project presentation.


8:30 - 9:00 Mindfulness & Body/Brain connections
Opening Sharing Circle
9:00 - 10:00 Math and language arts mini-practice using online
resources (subscriptions included in tuition).
10:00- 10:30 Snacktime and Open Exploration
10:30 - 11:30 STEAM Exploration
11:30 - 12:00 Book club discussion and reading
12:00 - 12:30 Lunchtime as a group with conversation
12:30 - 1:00 Outside playtime (rain or shine)
Neighborhood exploration
1:00 - 2:30 Thematic Learning with Group or Individual Projects
2:30 - 3:00 Group Closing time/Clean-up Time


Families who value high quality educational opportunities as much as learner autonomy, and who are seeking academic and social enrichment on a part-time basis for their children. In the Village Day program, the parent is still seen as the student's primary educator. Because this is a cohort-based program, learners in the program need to be functioning academically, socially, and emotionally at or above their grade level.


Interview Fee (non-refundable): $60
Two days a week (Mon/Fri Beaverton Campus): $3,200/year
One day a week (Wed Portland Campus): $1,600/year

10% non-refundable deposit to secure spot in cohort.
Monthly payment plan available.
10% Sibling Discount.
Financial aid is unavailable at this time.


Day program learners can register for classes on other days in the schedule, and they pay the per-class tuition rate for those. Rules about unattended children on campus (must be in a class, or have a parent on campus) will apply on those days.

Village Home welcomes learners of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, or sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to learners at Village Home. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, or sexual orientation in administration of our educational policies, admission policies, financial assistance program, or other administrated programs. Village Home is located on a church property, but is not programmatically affiliated with any religious organization.

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