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UFAS & Out-of-State Students

Students using Utah Fits All Scholarship and students residing outside the state of Utah can take 1 or multiple classes and clubs on a tuition-basis. Class & Club descriptions are below, including tuition cost for each class. Cost includes all books, curriculum, and materials needed for the class for the full year. Tuition students keep all class materials & books.

Tuition is due by the 2nd class meeting, of each semester, and is non-refundable.

Semester 1:  August 26 - December 20, 2024

Semester 2:    January 6 - May 23, 2025

Tuition-based students are not enrolled in the school and thus Cohort Teachers and SPED services are not provided. Tuition-based students can participate in field trips for a fee.

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REcommended for Grades K-1

Reading Pathfinders 1

Students focus on building foundational reading skills through live class activities, hands-on activities, games, songs, and movement to help our youngest students gain a love for reading and become confident readers. Teachers incorporate short stories, poems, and short informational texts throughout this class to build literary awareness, spark curiosity, and enable personal connections. 

Students will enjoy beautiful real books and fun stories that put reading in their hands from day 1 and set them up for reading success and enjoyment. Students have access to colorful workbooks, magnetic letter tiles, and digital learning activities to help them build skills during and outside of live classes. 

Books & Materials List (shipped directly to you): All About Reading Level 1: Blast Off to Reading Activity Book, 3 Readers with colorful short stories, Phonogram Cards, Syllable Tags, Stickers for progress chart, magnetic letter tiles, Reading Buddy Bundle (2 bookmarks, viewfinder, & frog stickers), All About Reading Letter Tiles App, 8x10 magnetic white board, and Handwriting without Tears' My Numbers & Letters Book 

If you are not sure your child's reading level, you can help them complete this Reading Readiness Test for Level 1

Live class meets: T & TH 8:30-10:00

Tuition: $350 per semester

Recommended for Grades 1-2

Reading Pathfinders 2

Students will continue to build foundational reading skills through live class activities, hands-on activities, games, songs, and movement. Teachers incorporate short stories, poems, and short informational texts throughout this class to build literary awareness, spark curiosity, and enable personal connections. 

Students will enjoy beautiful real books and funny stories that put reading in their hands from day 1 and set them up for reading success and enjoyment. Students have access to colorful workbooks, magnetic letter tiles, and digital learning activities to help them build skills during and outside of live classes. 

Curriculum & Book List (shipped directly to you): All About Reading Level 2: Leap into Reading Activity Book, 2 Readers with short stories, Phonogram Cards, Syllable Tags, Stickers for progress chart, magnetic letter tiles, Reading Buddy Bundle (2 bookmarks, viewfinder, & frog stickers), All About Reading Letter Tiles App, 8x10 magnetic white board, and Handwriting Without Tears' My Printing Book

If you are not sure your child's reading level, you can help them complete this Reading Readiness Test for Level 2

Live class meets: T & TH 10:30-12:00

Tuition: $350 per semester

Recommended for Grades 2-3

Story Pathfinders

Young students with an understanding of phonics, including consonant & vowel sounds and basic phonic blends will continue to build skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening through live class activities, hands-on activities, games, songs, and movement to incorporate a variety of learning styles, foster a love for reading, and grow confident readers. Students will explore short stories and poems to build literary awareness, spark curiosity, and enable personal connections. Students will enjoy beautiful real books and fun stories that set them up for reading success and enjoyment. Students have access to colorful workbooks, hands-on materials, and digital learning activities to help them build skills during and outside of live classes.

If you are not sure your child's reading level, you can help them complete this Reading Readiness Test for Level 3

Curriculum & Book List (shipped directly to you): All About Reading Level 3: Swing into Reading Activity Book, Phonogram Cards, Word Cards, Syllable Tags, Prefix and Suffix magnetic Tiles, All About Reading Letter Tiles App, 8x10 magnetic white board, and Handwriting Without Tears' Printing Power book

Live class meets: M & W 10:30-12:00

Tuition: $350 per semester


Recommended for grades 3-5

Literary Explorers: Fables, Myths, & Fairy Tales

Students will build skills in reading, writing, speaking & listening while learning about topics and exploring literature that inspires their interests. Students will build skills including: writing from notes, retelling stories, summarizing, reading and writing personal narratives, responding to literature, and essay writing. Live classes include collaborative writing and learning activities, note taking, exploring literature and nonfiction texts, and games! Students will follow up outside of class with the IEW materials, their own reading reflections, and choices of longer books and projects.

Curriculum & Book List (shipped directly to you): IEW Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales Writing Lessons, "The Dog and the Wolf", "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing", "Demeter and Persephone",  "The Emperor's New Clothes", "Rumpelstiltskin", The Odyssey (Classic Starts), The Golden Touch, and CHOICE of: Charlotte's Web, Secret Garden, Wizard of Oz, or A Wrinkle in Time (Optional) Handwriting Without Tears' Cursive Handwriting or Cursive Success 

Live class meets: M & W 8:30-10:00 or M & W 10:30-12:00 (choose class day/time on sign up form)

Tuition: $300 per semester

recommended for gradfes 3-5

Writing Explorers

Students will learn the fundamentals of writing and the writing process, and then apply that foundation to creating their own writing in various styles, including fiction and nonfiction. Students will read examples of quality writing in fiction and nonfiction texts to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the power of communication through writing.

Curriculum & Book List TBD

Live class meets: M & W 8:30-10:00 or M & W 10:30-12:00 (choose class day/time on sign up form)

Tuition: $300 per semester

Recommended for grades 6-8

Humanities: Adventures in the Ancient World

This class blends Literature and Ancient World History for an intriguing look into the people and events that have shaped Western Civilization. Students explore historical events and through the poetry, mythology, and stories of ancient civilizations. This class covers concepts, skills, and knowledge for both English Language Arts and History/Social Studies, integrating both subjects for a deeper and more interesting dive into learning. Students will read and discuss classic literature, participate in simulations that bring historical events and ideas to life, and complete unit-end projects of their own choosing! 

Curriculum & Book List (shipped directly to you): IEW’s Ancient History-based Writing Lessons, The Usborne Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Mary Pope Osborne’s The Odyssey, Part 1 & Part 2, Gilgamesh, Who Was King Tut, The Charioteer of Delphi, The Secrets of Vesuvius, The Golden Goblet, No Fear Shakespeare Julius Caesar, and The Red Pyramid

Live class meets: T & TH 9:00-10:30

Tuition: $300 per semester

recommended for grades K-2

Math Pathfinders 1, 2, & 3

Students will build K-2 math skills, including: number sense, counting & cardinality, operations & algebraic thinking, base-ten operations, measurement & data, and geometry. 

During live classes, teachers will lead students in a variety of activities including: brainstorming strategies to solve math problems, discussing real-world applications, working with math manipulatives, playing games, singing songs, and using movement to help young students enjoy and retain skills & content. 

Students will practice skills outside of class with colorful workbooks, hands-on materials, real-world projects, and digital learning resources.

Curriculum (shipped directly to you): Great Minds’ Eureka Math²,  including print materials, hands-on manipulatives, and digital resources

Math Pathfinders 1 live class meets: M & W 10:30-12:00

Math Pathfinders 2 live class meets: M & W 8:30-10:00

Math Pathfinders 3 live class meets: T/TH 8:30-10:00

Tuition: $350 per semester

Recommended for grades 3-5

Math Explorers 1, 2, & 3

Students build math skills, including: operations involving base-ten number placement, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, measurement & data, and geometry.

During live classes, teachers will lead students in a variety of activities including: brainstorming strategies to solve math problems, discussing real-world applications, working with math manipulatives, playing games, and using digital tools. Students continue outside of class to practice and reinforce concepts with workbooks, hands-on materials, real-world application projects, and digital learning resources.

Curriculum (shipped directly to you): Great Minds’ Eureka Math²,  including print materials, hands-on manipulatives, and digital resources

Math Explorers 1 live class meets: T & TH 8:30-10:00

Math Explorers 2 live class meets: T & TH 10:30-12:00

Math Explorers 3 live class meets: M & W 12:30-2:00

Tuition: $350 per semester

recommended for Grade 6

Math Adventures

The study of mathematics is the training of the brain to think critically and logically. With this driving our math instruction, Elevated Teachers will guide students through building skills in mathematical practices and mastering math concepts including: ratios & proportions, multiplying and dividing large numbers, decimals, and fractions, exponents, properties of geometry, and statistics. Teachers integrate stories of Mathematicians, Scientists, and Philosophers throughout the course, sparking student interest and showing examples of mathematical trial and error to promote Growth Mindset. During live classes, teachers will lead students in a variety of activities including: brainstorming strategies to solve math problems, discussing real-world applications, using math manipulatives, and playing games. Students will practice skills outside of class with practice pages, hands-on materials, real-world projects, and digital learning resources. 

Curriculum (shipped directly to you): Great Minds’ Eureka Math², including print materials, hands-on manipulatives, and digital resources

Live class meets: M & W 10:30-12:00

Tuition: $350 per semester

REcommended for grades K-1

Jr. Pathfinders: Science & Social Studies

This class integrates topics and skills from Science and Social Studies for our youngest students. Designed for emerging readers, with teacher read alouds, coloring, sticker, & activity books and activities for little hands that build reading skills and content knowledge with plenty of fun picture activities so that our youngest students can enjoy learning about children around the world, geography, bugs, plants,  animals, and much more. Students can choose topics to explore in depth, based on their interests and personal curiosity and present their discoveries during class. 

Books & Materials List (shipped directly to you): Children Just Like Me, Children Just Like Me Celebrations, Kumon World Geography Sticker Activity Book, Smart Start STEM, Kumon Science Sticker Activity Book, and materials for hands-on activities

Live class meets: T & Th 11:00-12:00

Tuition: $300 per semester

recommened for Grades 1-2

Science Pathfinders: Noeo Bio 1

Students will build Science skills and content knowledge, including: weather, plants, bacteria, fungi, bugs, reptiles, birds, mammals, ocean creatures, and habitats, all while building skills in scientific thinking. Teachers will lead experiments and hands-on activities during live classes. Funny songs, videos, and games help students engage with science content in fun and meaningful ways. Students choose projects that spark their interest to complete outside of class and then create fun presentation videos. This class uses Noeo curriculum built upon Classical and Charlotte Mason methodologies. In addition to hands-on learning, students learn about science topics from living books and their own observations. 

Books & Materials List (shipped directly to you): Instruction Guide (to help parents support students), Student Lab Manual, Student Experiment Guide, One Small Square: Cactus Desert, One Small Square: Woods, One Small Square: Seashore, Louis Pasteur and Pasteurization, Exploring Nature: Activity Book for Kids, First Encyclopedia of the Human Body by Usborne, First Animal Encyclopedia by Dorling Kindersley, The Boy Who Drew Birds, Audubon's Birds of America Coloring Book, My First Book About Weather, Experiments in Earth Science and Weather with Toys and Everyday Stuff, Weather Clues in the SkyWeather Ready-to-Read Value Pack: Rain, Wind, Clouds, Snow, Rainbow, Sun

Live class meets: Mondays 10:30-12:00 or Tuesdays 12:30-2:00 (choose class day/time on sign up form

Tuition: $350 per semester

Recommended for Grades 3-5

Science Explorers: Noeo Bio 2

Students will build Science skills and content knowledge, including: using a microscope, insects, sea creatures, birds, reptiles, mammals, plants, habitats, weather & climates, all while building skills in scientific thinking. Teachers will lead experiments and hands-on activities during live classes, as students participate using materials shipped in their Elevated Learning Kits. Students choose projects that spark their interest to complete outside of class and then create fun presentation videos. This class uses Noeo curriculum built upon Classical and Charlotte Mason methodologies. In addition to hands-on learning, students learn about science topics from living books and their own observations.

Book & Materials List (shipped directly to you): Instructor's Guide (to help parents support their students), Student Lab Manual, Student Experiment Guide, Science Encyclopedia by Usborne, Animals: A Visual Encyclopedia, The Body Book, The World of the Microscope, Carson 100X-250X High Power Pocket Microscope with Smartphone Clip Included, IQ Crew by Am Scope Microscope Slide Preparation Kit Including Slides, Stains 48-piece Color-coded Prepared Plastic Microscope Slides with Plant, Insect, Mammal, Bird and Fish Specimens

Live class meets: Mondays 12:30-2:00 or Thursdays 12:30-2:00 (choose class day/time on sign up form

Tuition: $350 per semester

recommended for grades 6-8

Science Adventure: Jurassic Planet

The year is 3055. After decades of neglect and misuse of resources, the earth was on the verge of destruction. Humans decided to take to the stars and find other planets that we might make our new home. However, just as we were starting to have some success, an unknown force bombarded the earth. With the need to save humanity accelerated, this group of cadets have volunteered to make “the jump” to Forward Base Epsilon, where they will each become a caretaker to a new primordial planet. They must develop their planet progress from its primordial stage, until it is filled with thriving biomes and with a dominate sentient species. We need you to be the savior of humanity!

Using the methodology of Edu-LARP (Educational Live Action Role Play), students will learn to think like Scientists as they learn concepts focused on Life Science, with additional topics in Earth & Space Science.

Materials are primarily digital or freeform project-based and rsources will be provided.

Live class meets: Wednesdays 12:30-2:00

Tuition: $300 per semester

recommended for grades 1-2

Community Pathfinders: Children Around the World

Students will learn about Children Around the World, as they build skills and content knowledge in Culture, Citizenship, & Financial Literacy. Students will learn about families, neighborhoods, and communities all around the world. They will explore geography, including how to describe where they live and learn about how geography influences how children around the world live day to day. They will discuss basic needs, and how goods & services meet the needs of individuals and communities. Teachers will take students on virtual tours of locations around the world, play games, lead crafts, and facilitate class discussions about what it means to be part of a community. Teachers create learning activities and assignments based on unit topics. 

Books & Materials List (shipped directly to you): Children Just Like Me, Children Just like me Celebrations, Beginning Geography Workbook, and materials for hands-on activities

Live class meets: Wednesdays 10:30-12:00 or Thursdays 12:30-2:00 (choose class day/time on sign up form

Tuition: $350 per semester

recommended for grades 3-5

History Explorers: All Around the World

Students will learn about significant people, places, and celebrations all around the world. Each module focuses on 1-2 continents, including geography, interesting historical events, and cultural practices. Live classes include collaborative activities in which students discuss and share ideas with peers, participate in short simulations, complete guided notes, and play games. Students continue learning outside of class with hands-on projects that include choices to connect to individual interests and learning styles. Teachers create learning activities and assignments based on unit topics. 

Books & Materials List (shipped directly to you): Countries of the World: Our World in Pictures (DK), Let’s Celebrate, Where in the World is Carmen SanDiego?, World Geography Activity Book, Magical Tales From Around the World

Live class meets: Tuesdays 8:30-10:00 or Tuesdays 12:30-2:00 (choose class day/time on sign up form

Tuition: $300 per semester

Robotics Clubs

Students use VEX Robotics to learn coding and eventually building a robot that moved based on code the students create. Each student receives a VEX Robotics kit, delivered right to you, that you get to keep.

Jr. Robotics VEX 123 (recommended for K-2) 
Club meets Wednesdays 2:30-3:30 
Tuition: $325 per semester

Robotics VEX Go (recommended for grades 3-5) 
Club meets Wednesdays 2:30-3:30 
Tuition: $350 per semester

Robotics VEX IQ (recommended for grades 6-8) 
Club meets Mondays 2:30-3:30
Tuition: $350 per semester

Art Clubs

Students are guided through creating art in various mediums, with personal creativity, interests, and styles encouraged. 

Jr. Art Club (recommended for K-2) 
Club meets Tuesdays 2:30-3:30 

Art Club (recommended for grades 3-6) 
Club meets Thursdays 2:30-3:30

Tuition: $250 per semester


Spanish Clubs

Join us in Spanish Club and learn Spanish through peer interaction, games, videos, songs, and movement. Spanish story books and workbooks will be shipped directly to you and can be kept!

Jr. Spanish Club (recommended for K-3)
Club meets Thursdays 2:30-3:30

Spanish Club (recommended for grades 4-8 or students with some Spanish understanding)
Club meets Tuesdays 2:30-3:30

Tuition: $200 per semester


recommended for grades K-6

ASL Club

American Sign Language (ASL) is a visual language that uses hands to communicate. Our ASL club will cover basic sign language teaching students individual signs, structure of the language, and some poetic and musical interpretation for those who want it. While it is predominantly used in deaf communities it has grown in popularity of use among people with other auditory and communication challenges ASL can be helpful for students who have a hard time learning other languages or are especially kinesthetic learners. 

Club meets Mondays 2:30-3:30

Tuition: $200 per semester

UFAS / Tuition Students are welcome to join us on Fridays for in-person field trips, classes, & activities.

Fees vary based on activity.