We are pleased to announce that TNT West Soccer club is a COMMUNITY PARTNER for the Hamilton Home School Partnership’s project based learning program. This is a great way to save money on your club fees and get a Physical Education credit to boot! The gist of it is this. You enroll your child in Hamilton School district and register for an online PE class, choosing TNT West Soccer. You and your child get an online supervisor with whom you work on some sort of physical education project through the semester. You do not have to go to Hamilton. TNT fees are paid monthly by the school district.
Hamilton’s website has really good information about this program, which is available for all those who live in a county that touches the Ottawa Area ISD (Intermediate School District) or a contiguous ISD. (Kent County ISD, Allegan Area Educational Service Agency, or Muskegon Area ISD). The Hamilton Partnership offers lots of on-site and online classes for homeschoolers. TNT West partners with them in the Project Based Learning (PBL) physical education option.
Players must attend tryouts in mid-June and be invited to play on an age appropriate team. Registration fee of $100 and uniform expenses due at acceptance of position. Mention Hamilton Home School to ensure proper billing. A year long commitment is REQUIRED for age u8-u14. High School Boys U15-U18 play Spring only. High School Girls U15-U18 play Fall only. The Fall season runs from August-October and Spring from April-June. Questions call Heidi Daane 616-780-1871
All students must be home schooled and can not be enrolled in any other public school or online public school at home program. You can participate in this program and other non-public programs such as Friday Addition, Classical Conversations, and (HC)2.
I want to talk to a homeschool family doing this!
The Hamilton Partnership Facebook group is a nice way to ask questions of existing users. Benjamin and Simone Tennant have multiple children in the TNT West club and invite your questions. Their contact information is below.