|Name: Reilley Berry
Age: 13 Grade: 8
I chose: Riverside Student Center
Why? To overcome my struggle with math.
Reilley says: “I’m getting the help I need and now I’m learning more and more math! I’ve asked my friends to consider coming to Springs to take advantage of the great teachers and different ways we learn.”
Reilley writes poetry, draws, sings, and sews. She hopes to become a designer and a songwriter one day. Her advice to new students is to take advantage of the helpful teachers and students to understand the concepts.
Riverside Student Center provides K-8th grade students with an engaging, blended learning environment, combining the best of classroom instruction with the best that homeschooling offers. Two program options are available:
Mosaic K-8: Kids attend engaging grade-level classes Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Tuesday/Thursday are parent-supported homestudy days that focus on personalized development of mastery and individual project work.
Homeschool Learning Center K-8: Enrichment workshops are offered for our homeschool program students. These fun classes range from core math to arts, drama and project work.
News + Announcements
April 27, 2017
Please join us for our 1st Annual Family Field Day on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Andulka Park. 5201 Chicago Avenue, Riverside.
February 6, 2017
Middle school students in the Riverside Student Center Mosaic Program’s First Lego League elective class won 1st place in the Core Values award category at Legoland, reported Ron Adkins, the team’s coach.
December 12, 2016
Riverside Student Center, Mosaic Academy has started three new programs, reported teacher Christy Wong Ah Sun.
December 6, 2016See All News
Springs held its annual flag football tournament on November 5. Four elementary and four middle school teams played. The Corona Student Center Coyotes took first place at the elementary level, and the Bear Creek team won at the middle school level. A total of 120 Springs students participated.