Our registration announcement was emailed on May 14, 2018 to all who are signed up to receive our newsletter. During our Scheduling Exercise in April, several classes had an overwhelming response and we expect that they will fill very quickly.
Thank you all for your patience as we have been working hard at putting together a schedule that will work for most. We were pleased with the strong response to the Scheduling Exercise, and are excited for the classes that
In Chemistry I, we completed a lab exercise on pH, which is a measurement of the acidity or alkalinity of a substance. More precisely, a measurement of the hydrogen ions, hence pH, potential of Hydrogen. And it was colorful too!
In algebra sometimes we like to change it up a bit. -Heather Hadfield Math Classes at ZLO Meet Mrs. Hadfield
ZLO is very happy to announce that we were able to pry Jim Crosetti out of retirement to offer some high school science classes for us, beginning this next school year (2018-2019). We’re even more delighted that there is significant
– Originally posted on April 12, 2018 Homeschool families who are considering classes at ZLO for their child(ren) this Fall (2018-2019) are encouraged to come check us out on our upcoming “Visitor Days.” Thursday, April 19 Tuesday, April 24 Thursday,
Jewel, Abby and Rebecca play Connect Four with Wordly Wise words. Remember the definition and you drop a chip. If you know your words well, you win! English Classes at ZLO Meet Mrs. Likkel
The Computer Science Team is covering a lot of technical ground. After becoming familiar with the programming language python, we are now scripting for web pages in HTML and beginning CSS. We discussed the website building process, from domain name
– Originally published on Feb. 27, 2018 – ZLO Families: If your children have attended, or are currently attending classes at ZLO, we’d love for your family to be on site during this informational evening. Your insight and encouragement are
The middle school science group is studying currents. They conducted 3 labs and observed how when warm, cold and salt water come together they produce a current. They are showing their posters they created on one of the labs to