Final Speaker & Interactive Workshop for Parent Teacher Series

Join us for an interactive workshop & Beatrix Potter speaker that will be the culmination of our Master Parent Teacher Series.

The speakers and the talks have been Free, and will also be Free if you are in BEE specialty program or have paid your All-In fee for the 2017/2018 school year. Otherwise, the cost of the workshop is $150 per family.

We look forward to providing this experience for you to observe and participate along with your students as we integrate the concepts from all five…

What if your child loved going to school?

What if your child loved going to school? Sound like a fantasy? It’s not. It is our mission to find your child’s passions and help them translate that in to an actual career. We think that children, who are given the chance to discover their passions early in life, will embrace learning to an extent most parents only dream of…

B.E.E. Shaped My Future

As I sit here ready to share my story, I realize that where I am today is due to the zeal and honor B.E.E. gave and continues to give me. I hope my life will do it justice.

In July 2013, I was connected with Donna Bixby of B.E.E. Though she didn’t know me, she believed in me and focused on my passion for computer programming. I was pressed to learn HTML and lured with an I.T. carrot that I could help create and maintain her website if I learned it well. From there, I assisted…

Inspire Charter School Partnership Registration closing soon

BEE has partnered with Inspire Charter School to make our programming available and affordable to their students. Through our partnership, Inspire will be adding a credentialed teacher to oversee the educational structure of the below programs and their families will receive a tuition FREE education. Registration for the full program closing on the 16th.

If you are not sure which program you wish to choose, then…

Many people argue they learned more by doing than by formal schooling

“A thought-provoking article” said Allison Sweeney, another local busy BEE mom. In the article “Don’t assume I’m smarter than my contractor”, by Kevin Currie-Knight, a number of studies ask why culture trivializes nonacademic intelligence and knowledge. The full article is linked below.

Many people would argue they learned more by doing things like jobs, sports, leadership in clubs, than by actual formal schooling.

“According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), learning disabilities can only exist in academic subjects like …