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Need a class you just can’t seem to find?  We want to know about it!  We have a very talented team of class creators who love to write high-quality classes! We have an assortment of classes in production at any given time.  Go ahead and check them out by clicking here.

In the meantime, if you don’t see the class(es) you need, you can let us know by filling out this form.*  Your information will not be stored or used for any other purpose except for contacting you about your class suggestion.

Feel free to tell us what kind of class you're looking for. Consider things such as:

~format (live, hybrid, or self-paced)
~ages the class is geared towards
~length of class (short session, semester, or year-long class)
~cost you'd be willing to pay for such a class (keeping in mind the amount of work that goes into creating a class that the fact that teachers rely on income from their classes to support their families.)
~any specific curriculum you'd like the class to be built around.

**Please keep in mind that it takes time to build a high-quality class that is beneficial to students. This process can take anywhere from 2 to 12 months depending on if the teacher is using a pre-printed curriculum or if they're writing the class and curriculum completely from scratch. Thinking ahead is enormously helpful for teachers as it enables them to create class without a lot of stress or tight timetables.**


(i.e. math, unit study on seals, etc.)
(i.e. Saxon math class or Mystery of History history class)

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*Requesting a class does not guarantee it will be created, however, it does increase the chances.  The more people that request a particular type of class, the more likely it is to be created.  Class creation can be limited by a number of factors: availability and/or expertise of course writers, resources available for course, ability to conduct a course in an online setting, cost-effectiveness of a course, availability of high-quality curriculum, etc.