Sometimes we struggle to provide a classical education for our children. Paideia Fellowship Homeschool Community offers complete classical humanities courses taught by skilled and loving teachers so you can breathe easy, knowing they are growing in wisdom and virtue in both school and life.
In this online program, students will restfully seek the good, the true, and the beautiful through the great works and ideas of our world. In turn, students will respond to those ideas through writing, discussion, debates, projects, performances, and other activities.
Students will practice the skills of the language liberal arts (grammar, logic, rhetoric) and experience the content of an integrated humanities class, which includes history, literature, and philosophy. In addition, we provide instruction in a variety of self-management techniques and study skills throughout the year. Our liberal arts program allows students to complete the following courses and credits each year.
- English (Writing & Literature) – 1 Core Credit
- History – 1 Core Credit
- Logic – 0.5 Elective Credit
- Oratory (Speech, Debate, Recitations) – 0.5 Elective Credit
Both you and your student will discover a tribe that gets the work of homeschooling classically no matter where you are in the world.
As a bonus, you, the homeschooling parent, will be given access to classical continuing education, community support, and fellowship throughout the year. You will receive free enrollment to online and in-person training offered by Paideia Fellowship for adults as well as access to our private Facebook Group for PFHC parents.
Jessica Jensen has been home educating her two daughters since 2009 when a family crisis demanded that she do so. Always a voracious researcher, Jessica identified the ideas of classical and Charlotte Mason educational philosophy as ideals and formatted her homeschool around those ideas.
Throughout her years as a home educator Jessica has taught a variety of classes, with a focus on the humanities, in local homeschool cooperatives. In 2019, Jessica co-founded Sola Gratia Fellowship, a Christian classical liberal arts homeschool community. She is a co-director of Sola Gratia Fellowship and leads in the areas of vision, upper school academics and continuing education for parents and mentors.
Jessica graduated from the University of Idaho where she majored in architecture and minored in art. She worked for several years in the field of architecture before looking into the eyes of her firstborn and dreaming new dreams.
Jessica, a Protestant Christian, practices in the Lutheran tradition and finds that her love of liturgy and hymns grows along with the gray hairs on her head. She enjoys participating in creation through the visual and fiber arts, writing and singing in choirs when she gets an opportunity. A west coast native, Jessica grew up split between the city streets of tech-booming Seattle and the wilds of an Alaskan rainforest. She currently resides in Eastern Washington with her family. She loves rainy days, British Literature, and endless cups of chai tea.
Mrs. Jensen serves as the teacher for the Middle School Program.
Frequently Asked Questions
We believe that Christian classical education is a vehicle that ushers humans toward deep healing and transformation. It is the birthright of every living soul to encounter this transformation and flourish. Sure, students who learn this way will have an impressive transcript, be college-ready, and shine in the workforce, but they will, more importantly, become more themselves, notice the humanity of others, seek understanding instead of remaining in ignorance, and rule themselves like the best of kings and queens. At the end of the day, this restructuring of priorities and a focus on the true, good, and beautiful leads to a life of wholeness and fulfillment, a life of “more than we could ask or imagine."
Enroll below to join us for the 2020-2021 school year!