What we offer

Summer Enrichment Camp

Students in grades K-12 benefit from a completely customizable one-to-one educational experience that is tailored to help them thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.

Our Summer Enrichment Camp focuses on students who have not been successful in traditional school programs, students who have not reached their true potential, and students who want to get a jump start on their upcoming school year. 

Challenges are often the result of attendance, academic performance, or minor behavioral issues. Our small class sizes, flexible scheduling, additional academic support, and post-secondary planning allow students to re-connect with their education ultimately creating a culture of excellence.

 

Home School

 

Requirements & Recommendations:

North Carolina law defines a home school as a non-public school consisting of the children of not more than two families or households, where the parents or legal guardians or members of either household determine the scope and sequence of the academic instruction, provide academic instruction, and determine additional sources of academic instruction. 

 

General Statute 115C-563(a) as amended changes the definition of a home school to allow parents to hire tutors, let their children participate in group settings where they receive instruction (co-ops, 4-H classroom instruction, etc.) and be instructed by an expert that is not a part of the household in the established homeschool (apprenticeships, a homeschool doctor teaching biology, etc.) This will allow homeschool parents more freedom to choose what is best for the education of their children.

The North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education (DNPE) is authorized by state law to receive home school notices of intent to begin initial operation and to terminate the operation, and to annually inspect the school's student attendance and nationally standardized achievement test result records. Chief Administrators of home schools should anticipate receiving a request(s) to meet with a DNPE representative at a public location in close proximity to the home school while the home school is in operation

After School Programs

 

Please contact us regarding after school care for 2020/2021.

Night & Weekend School

Night Classes are held Monday - Thursday from 5:45 pm until 10:45 pm. One thirty-minute break is allowed for each night class.

Weekend Classes will be held on Saturday from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm. Weekend classes allow two thirty-minute breaks.

Bonner Academy may cancel classes due to an insufficient number of students enrolled in that class. The Registration fee will be refunded to students who register for the canceled classes.

Classes may be closed due to full enrollment (teacher/student ratio has been met in full).

Students applying for a class that might be closed is advised to register for the next available class.

Enrollment may be closed due to the excess student/teacher ratio. No more than five (5) students per class will be allowed in one class. Ten (10) students per instructor are allowed in off-campus lab classes.