|Name: Amelie Meyer
Age: 13 Grade: 8
I chose: Corona Student Center
Why? To organize her own schedule and
personalized how to get things done.
Amelie says: “Springs is a great school with
exciting activities around every corner. It
has wonderful people too!”
Amelie was born in Japan where her
parents taught English. She plans to pursue
a career in dance or music. Her advice to
new students is to take advantage of the
free time to enjoy family and friends.
Mosaic Academy K-8: This is a TK-8 rigorous hybrid program that combines 3 days of classroom instruction and 2 days of home-study. In partnership with the classroom teacher, parents teach their students on home-study days to provide personalized learning. Mosaic Academy focuses on teaching the fundamentals of math and writing, as well as offers electives such as theater and First Lego League. The program is personalized to encourage each student to engage in their personal strengths, gifts, talents, and interests.
Our mission is to empower parents to work collaboratively with educators, creating a unique partnership that encourages students to take the initiative in their learning. Although we focus on the core subjects, emphasizing the importance of strong language arts and math foundations, we also ignite each child’s passion for learning through a multi-faceted approach to teaching and acquiring knowledge. By personalizing our approach through the collaborative nature of our program, we find that success is in unlocking each student’s potential, creating life-long learners who are committed and involved members of their community.
We also offer a wide variety of classes for Homeschool students in the Corona area. Please be sure and look at our Homeschool Learning Centers Classes information.
If you would like to contact a member of the Corona Student Center staff, please fill in the form below.
News + Announcements
January 7, 2021
Springs’ Corona Student Center has launched monthly online Corona Coyote meetings with the principal, E.J. Whitehead, and the student's grades K-8. In the first meeting in January, students reflected on the past semester and discussed what they were looking forward to in the upcoming semester. In February, a special guest will discuss physical activity programs available during the pandemic.
May 11, 2020
The Corona Student Center held an 8th-grade parade promotion ceremony in May as its 8th-grade teacher is expecting a child the week school finishes. Students received goodie bags as they passed by. Corona Student Center ACE Sally Lorentson is “going above and beyond” during this time mandated distance learning due to the pandemic, reported Principal E.J. Whitehead and the Center staff.
March 26, 2020
Lauren Zike, a 5th
grade academy teacher at Springs’ Corona Student Center, has begun live-directed drawing sessions with her students via
Zoom during this time when on-site classroom learning has been suspended due to COVID-19.
March 12, 2020See All News
Springs’ Corona Student Center teacher Jessica Holland’s 1/2 grade class walked to the post office to mail its Flat Stanley project.