Basecamp Program for High School

Our new Basecamp program provide options for students looking for immersive learning electives to complement their high school curriculum. The focus of many of our facilitated classes will be around our core competencies of business, marketing and entrepreneurship, however, we may also offer other traditional courses from time to time depending on the needs of the homeschool community. 

Basecamp Courses

C.S. Lewis Literature Studies

This course focuses on chosen books, both fiction and nonfiction, written by C.S Lewis. During the course, students read this set of books and discuss the author’s vision when he wrote the books, the principles and themes found in each book, the links between the author’s life and the stories, and their enduring theological and life applications (Instructor Curated)

Intro to Immersive Electives

This is a sampling of what Vertical Immersive teaches in our Pathways Program: This year long course will be divided into 3 parts to discuss the potential career path of Entrepreneurship,
Business (Marketing/ Digital Media), and Ministry/Missions.

Business Math

It is not too early to gain a better understanding of money and finance. Business math is for the student who wants to fully understand both personal and business finance. This is the class that brings all kinds of real-world applications to math. And it will be taught with extraordinary consideration of biblical stewardship

Understanding the Times

Understanding the Times offers a fascinating, comprehensive look at how the tenets of the Christian worldview compares with five major competing worldviews of our day: Islam, Secularism, Marxism, New Spirituality, and Postmodernism. Students are introduced to the battle of ideas, then to each of the competing worldviews. After that, students are carefully guides disciplines that are most influenced by these worldviews. The course provides a systematic way for students to understand the ideas that rule our world.

US Government and Constitutional Studies

Our government is complex, and few students take the time to learn how this institution functions. This course begins with the foundational principles of government, surveys the various types of government, and traces the significant people, events and documents which were part of the American political heritage leading up to the creation of the United States of America. The course follows an article-by-article study of the Constitution and covers methods of Constitutional interpretation. 

Fall 2024 Thursday Class Dates

August 22ndFirst Class Day
August 29thClass Day
September 5thClass Day
September 12thClass Day
September 19thClass Day
September 26thClass Day
October 3rdClass Day
October 10thFall Break
October 17thClass Day
October 24thClass Day
October 31stClass Day
November 7thClass Day
November 14thClass Day
November 21stClass Day
November 28thThanksgiving Break
December 5thClass Day
December 12thClass Day
December 19thLast Day of Class

Class Schedule

Class Schedule


Get Discount Pricing until June 1st

Whether students take one class or all 5 classes, they are welcome to use the Vertical
Immersive building for the entire day. We want students to interact with peers as well as use
the quiet zones for study hall purposes. The building is open from 8:15am – 4:15pm

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