S.A.L.T.
School of Arts and Learning Tutorial
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S.A.L.T. is a drop-off home school tutorial serving Columbia, Spring Hill, and surrounding areas with hands-on enrichment education for all children. We gladly accept children with special needs and brain-based disorders as well as those who have no special needs at all.

Our Mission ... 


We are excited to announce our 2013-2014 Class offerings. Please be sure to see the "What we Do" page to read all the  class descriptions!


  *** SALT is a faith based one day tutorial .


Wednesdays - Spring hill/Columbia Site : Classes begin at 10am and end at 3pm every Wednesday from August 14, 2013  April 30, 2014

Classes Offered:
Devotion/Latin
Middle Ages history
Renaissance Art
Cooking (Fall)
World Geography (Fall)
Physics (Spring)
Music
P.E.

What is S.A.L.T. ?

S.A.L.T. was originally formed though a God given vision. As the mother of several learning disabled children and after teaching and homeschooling not only my own but many others I realized that there was a need in the Maury County area for a tutorial that was hands on and open to children of all learning stages and abilities. I also realized that my youngest needed this too. I took my idea to my friend and fellow homeschooler Miss Kim and asked her what she thought. She loved the idea and agreed that her son too could benefit as well as children from all over the area. So from there we went, we found Miss. Sherry who wanted to be a part of our vision also and from there it blossomed.
S.A.L.T. is a unique program that allows for instructional time combined with lot’s of moment and kinesthetic learning. Every subject has a hands on lesson as part of it and the students are encourages to ask questions and experience their education in a warm and fun environment. We also involve other teacher, leaders, pastor, and explorers from our communities to come in and share with our students, we also take field trips in order to further our learning on many subject. The classroom setting is very Charlotte Mason in that students are only separated during learning times but all together for music, P.E and lunch activities. We learn  to get along with each other regardless of age, grade or learning ability and we learn appropriate ways to socialize with each other.
My vision for S.A.L.T. continues to grow and we fearlessly depend on God to lead us on this journey in educational freedom. We will be adding Mrs. Katherine Brown to our lead tutor list and she will be bringing History alive for us in the next school year. We are planning to add a second day and another location and we cannot wait to see what more  God has in store for each of us.




 
 
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