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Home School Prom April 25! If you are 14 to 18, and want to attend a prom, have we got an event for you! Hosted by HuckleBerry at the Sportsman's Lodge on Ventura Boulevard, this will be the place to BE on Friday April 25th.  Sign up before January 23rd and get a $15 discount on tickets!
Student Council Takes Giving Seriously! They work on philanthropy projects for local, national and global causes.   From making dessert for homeless families & collecting toys and foods for our local families in need, to raising over $5,000 for American Cancer Society, these kids are taking philanthropy as seriously as their academics.  Bravo to our Student Council! 
Making Projects that Match Love making those Glitter Jars!  When projects match what we’re reading in our Magic Treehouse class, our reading is FUN!
A visit with the Mayor! Our girls in Lori Rivas’ Learning About The Ladies class petitioned City Hall to bring the Day of the Girl to Santa Clarita, and they did!   Mayor Bob Kellar took time out of his busy day to talk to our girls and bring them giant Thank You Acknowledgement from the City to our own Ladies for their activism to raise awareness of issues girls are facing today all around the world!   Congratulations Ladies!
Social Studies and Food! We research a country, learn about its agriculture, customs &  holidays, all while learning cooking techniques while we make amazing food!
Personal Projects Not just a head shot, Art becomes personal at Huck!
High School Biology Biology becomes personal in our High School Bio class taught by local college professor Patricia Caldani.    Nothing is more interesting than looking at your very own cell under the microscope and seeing each component of your cell!
Chemistry was never this fun! Learning about hydrophobic properties in Crazy Chemistry with Sharpies and Alcohol!
April 14 - 17 - Egg Hunt during lunch!
April 25 - Home School High School PROM!   See you there!
May 3 - LACMA Teen Event:  After Dark Dance!   Meet other homeschoolers at LACMA!
May 17 - Relay For Life Event!   Come support the Huck Healers as they work to earn $5,000 for Cancer Research!
May 22 - Grad Night for 6th, 8th & 12th graders!   Don't miss it!  Sign up NOW!
May 29th is our last day of classes - make sure you come for Exhibition Night that night!
Fall Semester Sneak Peak will start to be available at Huck in MAY!!
 
 
 

The Huck Difference

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Huck loves science!

Our goal with the science program is to build a love of science! We focus on hands on projects, experiments, and testing out theories. Building a love of science for a lifetime!

Science

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The Writing Program at Huck

No matter what field a student ultimately settles on, writing will be critical. While writing is incorporated into many of our classes, many of our writing classes are organized as “writing workshops”.

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An Honors Program for classes at Huck!

The Huck Honors program allows students to choose if they would like to distinguish their academics with a significantly more rigorous approach.

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Vision

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Kids need certain life skills to thrive in today's complex world. These include critical thinking, creative thinking and team building skills.

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One of the many advantages to homeschooling is the ability to be a young published author!  Below is a list of HuckleBerry's most recent collection of published books available for purchase.

The Anthology of Short Stories - by the Fall 2011 Creative Writing class

Guide to American Literature from the Civil War to the Vietnam War - by the Fall 2011 Novels to Knowledge class

Guide to Coming of Age Novels - by the Fall 2011 Read to Write class

Santa Clarita Field Guide - by the Fall 2011 Santa Clarita Field Guide class

 

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