Does this question strike terror into your heart? If you homeschool, or are contemplating homeschooling, this question may well be the very first thing your friends, family, acquaintances, and total strangers say to you! Come hear from a veteran homeschool mom (6 children, 26 years of homeschooling) how to move … Read more What About Socialization?
After having braved the depths of the BYU dating world, Tim comes to you with life-saving dating tips to help you figure out the opposite sex and understand why people act so weird when they’re in love….
Explore and understand the impact of interest rates on student loans, credit cards, and personal borrowing in your life. We will examine making decisions on borrowing to finance purchases compared to delaying purchases until funds are earned and saved, thereby answering such questions as: -Should I borrow money to go … Read more Budgets, Borrowing and Brains
Calling all flappers and jazz hands…or just those who want to know what that means;) Swing on into this class to learn the basic steps of the 1920’s classic, The Charleston, and have some fun doing it! Hair spray that finger wave and adjust your suspenders for a flappin’ good … Read more The Charleston!
In the military, soldiers are required to have a battle buddy with them at all times for both safety and support. This class will discuss why every youth needs to have their own battle buddies as they go through life. Learn how to choose good friends, how to let go … Read more Battle Buddies: Why Great Friendships Matter Now More Than Ever
Do you dream of being rich when you grow up? It is great to want to be financially secure, but we live in a world of instant gratification and get-rich-quick schemes, so it’s important to know the principles behind success and happiness. In this class, we will dive into those … Read more Finding True Wealth in Our Lives
Did you know that entrepreneurship has improved the lives of more people in the world than any other policy, charity, or organization outside of religion? In this class, we will learn the stories of amazing people around the world who are changing their communities through entrepreneurship. We will also discuss … Read more The Power of Principle-Based Entrepreneurship
Do you want to be an actor? A director? How about the composer who writes cool movie soundtracks or a prop designer who builds light sabers and Viking helmets? What about the animator who creates CGI dragons and special effects? Guess what. You can! And you don’t have to wait … Read more Film a Blockbuster in Your Backyard
So many of life’s experiences, so many opportunities given to you, so many choices you’ve made prepare you for your mission in life. Yes, you can make a difference! Yes, you can be an instrument in the Lord’s hands. And like Mary, we can prepare now to say, “Be it … Read more What IS My Mission in Life?
A friendly competition that will not reward the fastest or the strongest, but the most clever and inventive. We’ll tackle a couple of physics challenges in small groups that don’t require calculators or equations, just a basic knowledge of science. Success will require teamwork and creativity.
Lively, engaging writing is an asset to any future career. But writing about yourself can help you land a spot in the school of your choice, as well as scholarship and internship opportunities. In fact, a good college essay often begins as a journal entry. Frequent journal writing has value … Read more Writing Your Story for College Admissions or Your Journal
This class will follow up on the Just Be You devotional. You will get the tools you need to BECOME! “Become what,” you may ask? To become your best self! Although this will be different and unique for each of you, this class will offer you a realistic, genuine and … Read more Come as You Are, But Don’t Plan to Stay as You Are
Don’t be a spiritual hypochondriac: you’re probably doing pretty great. And if you aren’t, now is the time to talk about it. Besides, we’re going to talk about aliens, brains in jars, olympic hole-poking, and learn fancy words like “epistemology.” Swing by. Bring your testimony–or total lack thereof. There will … Read more Do I Have a Testimony?! Yeah. You do. Chill out.
Joseph Smith said “The building up of Zion is a cause that has interested the people of God in every age; it is a theme upon which prophets, priests and kings have dwelt with peculiar delight.” He also said that, “We ought to have the building up of Zion as … Read more Literally a Class About Daydreaming (I mean, about Zion, but still)