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Welcome to The Salvation Army Kroc Center
Home School Program!

Our homeschool courses are designed with you and your students in mind! We offer extracurricular classes that give your students the ability to socialize, collaborate, work as a team, and get experience in a classroom setting in a safe environment. We believe in Proverbs 22:6, “Train up a child in the way they should go, and they will not depart from it.” Our classes are designed with life-giving principles and our teachers are here to serve you!

Purchase Classes
Fall Registration Form
Academic Year Calendar

See Handbook

Registration Fee –

$20 per child is due by August 16th


Tuition-

$77.00 per 1-hour class for 15 weeks, $39 per 30 minutes class for 15 weeks.

*Scholarships are available to those that qualify

Final payments for the semester are due August 20th,

Classes with fewer than 5 students will not make the final schedule.

Maximum of 10 students per class.

To sign up for the program, you must submit your paperwork and pay the registration fee. Please do not pay for classes until you are notified of final schedules on August 20th. Schedules are not final until payment is made.

Meet the Instructors

Felicia Bond

Felicia is a multi-instrumentalist with over 14 years of playing experience. She received her Bachelor‘s of Music in Music Education from William Carey University in 2020, and is currently pursuing her Master’s of Music Education with a Concentration in Woodwind Pedagogy also from William Carey. She is an active performer with the Elsewhen Orchestra in Mobile, AL as the second clarinetist. Felicia has been teaching private lessons for the last three years and looks forward to many more!

Colleen Barber

Combining her passion for people and seeing the beauty in the unique, southern Mississippi residing artist, Colleen Barber, attended Northwest Missouri State University (specializing in fine arts), completing her BA at Tulane University in Digital Design and Emergency Management. Since 1988, she has continued to explore creations through multi-medias. Starting with commissioned acrylic paintings in 1988, she has evolved into experiencing oils, watercolor, business logo designs, sculpture design in clay, woodworking, and pottery. A firm believer in the Word of God and Jesus Christ as her Savior, Colleen continues to strive to find ways to use her art to encourage, bring joy, and uplift others.