2015-2016 School Year

CGTY Serves Middle School Homeschool Students - Recognizing all students' gifts and talents


Community Problem Solvers

This year CGTY is excited to introduce the Community Problem Solvers program- a branch of the Future Problem Solving Program International. Our students will learn how to make a positive impact in our community while implementing creative and critical thinking strategies. CGTY students will identify and strategize to solve a problem they chose in our community. We will also be participating in a community garden in our area. Students that reach out beyond themselves understand the importance of developing their gifts and talents to help others.


Core Curriculum

Recognizing the relationship between student engagement and academic success, CGTY has created an exciting, interactive curriculum for students; grades 6-8. The center offers a variety of classes including Physical Science, Language Arts, Community Problem Solvers, World History and Conversational Spanish. CGTY begins each day with announcements and focus on a character trait maintaining the importance of the "wholistic" development of the student body for life and academics. In order to focus on the individual gifts and talents of each student, CGTY limits each class to a maximum of 12 students.



CGTY believes that homeschooling requires community. By stressing the interpersonal relationships within the classrooms, students are taught to value and respect each other. Community is built in the class as teamwork, projects and character development is emphasized. Outside of the class, CGTY arranges field trips and family nights; gathering for class presentations or just an evening of fun! The community garden project will welcome siblings and parents to join the CGTY students throughout the school year. Enrichment classes such as music, art, theater are also in the works!


Model United Nations Class

Model United Nations inspires students to think like global citizens and provides an understanding of international diplomacy. Students gain valuable skills in public speaking, research and writing, negotiation and powers of persuasion, leadership and interpersonal communication. For over 50 years teachers and students have benefited from and enjoyed this interactive learning experience from middle school level through collegiate level at the finest universities. More Information