Our Full Day Programs and Tuition Information

Our Full Day Marco Island Program at 320 North Barfield Drive on Marco Island offers students from Marco Island, Naples and Collier County a "One Room School" alternative.

Our regular school class day from 8:45 to 3:00 ( I am at the school before 8:00 and often stay until after 4:00) serves up to seven students for the 180 day school year using Alpha Omega's Ignitia 203 courses for grades 3-12. See the  Ignitia 2017-2018 Curriculum Catalog General Courses and Electives. See the 43 Ignitia Career and Technical Education Courses.  We are located in the United Church of Marco Island at 320 North Barfield Drive, Marco Island, Florida 34145. Call or text Henry Hill at 239-682-4291 or email at henrythill@gmail.com. 

Henry Hill, a 42 year Ohio certified teacher with 31 of those years as a Kent, Ohio public high school teacher, has taught over 4,000 students and over 27,000 classes and has taught with the Ignitia course work for eight years. See my resume. Click "About Us" and then click "Staff."

Seven students and one teacher share 760 square feet in two classrooms. Most school days we may use a 5,800 square foot hall and a 400 square foot kitchen. Our WiFi covers our classrooms, the kitchen, Disseler Hall and some of the surrounding grounds outside our building.  

Across the hall from our small classroom door is the church kitchen where we have filled the the kitchen and Disseler Hall with the aromas from homemade salsa, homemade bread, chili and homemade pizza. We have fed a large womens’ group homemade pizzas and chilli and provided bread for several church receptions. We have held four graduations (2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016) with 50 people in attendance and served food after each graduation ceremony. Except for two mornings a week the hall is ours to use and at least once a week we are in the kitchen.

An Art class meets once a week for two hours. The Art Project Table sits in the center of our classroom and is project ready. The fully stocked art table in the center of the classroom is always ready for acrylic and watercolor art projects.

Our Learning Stations:

The Art Table is always open.

A Necchi Model 534 FB school sewing machine. 

Five Schacht Inkle Looms, one 25 inch Schacht Tapestry Loom, and one Schacht School Loom.

An Electronics Project Table offers a Radio Shack Electronics Sensor Lab and an Arduino Starter Kit.

An Apple iMac 27 sits in the front of the room with Final Cut Pro, Toon Boom Animation Studio and Adobe Photochop CC and Lightroom  installed. A Sony Handycam, a GoPro and two Apple iPads and a Yamaha Digital Keyboard are available for projects.

H4next handy recorder offers students a podcast quality audio recorder for projects.

A ProScope HR2 as seen on CSI, CSI:NY and CSI:Miami offers students a microscope connected to a computer that records stills, bursts and video. 

A FlashForge Dreamer 3D printer with 500 to 100 micron (0.5mm to 0.1mm) print quality with a 9.1 by 5.9 by 5.5 inch build volume, dual extruders, compatible with ABS, PLA and PVA filament, and can run from SD Card, USB or Wi-Fi offers students the opportunity to learn 3D printing and with AutoDesk 123D Design software to learn to design their own creations.

Matter and Form 3D Scanner that uses a an HD camera and lasers to capture full color and geometry in 360 degrees with detail as small as 0.43mm and size within +/- 0.25mm of objects up to 9 inches high and 8 inches in diameter.

Field Trips are part of the curriculum.

Public service takes students out of their world and inspires them to become the helping hands and the encouraging hearts that connect us all.

Our flexible school day allows parents and students to travel and to meet other obligations.  Your student can complete school work anywhere with WiFi.

Tuition is $3,000 a year ($300 a month for ten months, August through May).  Payment plans are available. Do not let the tuition keep you from exploring our "One Room School" alternative.

Call or text me at 239-682-4291 or email me at henrythill@gmail.com