Offering enrichment classes to the homeschool community
AUGUST 1, 2016


Archway Classes is a parent-directed elementary and middle school enrichment program for homeschool families in the Alamance County area. Our goal is to enhance your homeschooling by providing fun and educational classes taught from a Christian worldview by parents who are passionate about the subject matter. 

Statement of Faith   
*God is the creator and ruler of the universe. 
"In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth."  Genesis 1:1 NIRV
Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Jesus lived a sinless life and died for the sins of all men and women.  He rose from the dead after three days and ascended into Heaven and will return again.  
"What I received I passed on to you. And it is the most important of all. Here is what it is. Christ died for our sins, just as Scripture said he would.  He was buried. He was raised from the dead on the third day, just as Scripture said he would be."  I Corinthians 15: 3-4 

*Salvation is a gift from God through the death of Jesus. We cannot earn our way to heaven by “being good” or good works.   Only through Jesus, are we saved. Eternal life begins the moment we receive Jesus Christ by faith. 
"God’s grace has saved you because of your faith in Christ. Your salvation doesn’t come from anything you do. It is God’s gift.  It is not based on anything you have done. No one can brag about earning it."  Ephesians 2:8-9
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."  John 14:6  *The Bible is God’s word. It is the guide for Christian life. 
"God has breathed life into all Scripture. It is useful for teaching us what is true. It is useful for correcting our mistakes. It is useful for making our lives whole again. It is useful for training us to do what is right."  II Timothy 3:16
"Your word is like a lamp that shows me the way. It is like a light that guides me."  Psalm 119:105 

This is the statement of beliefs upon which Archway was founded.  These are interdenominational mainstream Christian beliefs.  We do not ask that you accept these as your own, that is your personal choice.  Our hope is that you find Archway to be a welcoming and authentic Christian organization.






If paid by the semester, registration fees are $17 for an individual student or $27 for any number of students in a single family.

If paid annually (2 semesters), registration fees are $27 for an individual student or $42 for any number of students in a single family.

**Registration fees must be paid to reserve your child's space in a class.**

Our pricing structure is not based on individual classes, but on the total number of classes a family is signed up for, per semester.

Prices are based on the number of spaces you are taking up in the class.  If your family has 2 children who are signed up for the same class, they are taking up 2 class spaces, so the tuition fee would be $110. Some classes may have additional supply fees, to be paid directly to the instructor.  Please see class descriptions for details.

Making Payments/Registration
Fees are due no later than August 12, 2016, to ensure your child's place in a class has been reserved.  Students whose registration fee has not been received by August 12th will be removed from the class roster and their space may be given to a student on the wait list. Full payment for classes is due no later than September 2, 2016. 

Monthly Installment Plans
Monthly installment plans are available (a small convenience fee will be added for this service); please e-mail for information. You may not make monthly payments unless you have made arrangements with the Archway Board of Directors. Checks can be made payable to Archway Classes.  You may pay the board members (Kellie Stubblefield, Allison Fulmer, Melanie Reavis or Deanna McClay) in person or payments can be mailed to: Archway Classes c/o Allison Fulmer 4043 White Level Rd., Mebane, NC 27302.
You will receive an e-mail receipt by August 14, 2016, to confirm your classes and payments. Any changes must be submitted no later than August 17, 2016.

Failure to Pay
Full payment for classes is due no later than September 2, 2016. Your child will be removed from the class rolls and his spot may be given to someone on the waiting list if payment is not received by this date.

For those making monthly payments, the pro-rated amount is due on the first Friday of each month (Jan 22, Feb 5, March 4). A $15 late fee may be assessed for any payments received after these dates. If payment is not made by the second week of the month, your child will be removed from the class rolls and his/her spot may be given to a student on the wait list.

Financial Hardships
We understand that sometimes unexpected circumstances arise and you may have trouble making your scheduled payments.  If this occurs, please talk to the Administrative Director to work out a plan.

7 classes $365
8 classes $415
9 classes $460
10 classes $505
11 classes $550
12 classes $595
1 class $55
2 classes $110
3 classes $165
4 classes $215
5 classes $265
6 classes $315

Missed Classes
We understand that sometimes your child may be sick or out of town, and therefore unable to attend class.  Archway Classes does not offer make-up classes unless we are unable to meet due to inclement weather.  No discount or refund will be given for classes that your child is unable to attend.  Please speak to his instructor to obtain any worksheets or assignments he may have missed if he is absent.

If changes or cancellations are not made by August 17th, a refund of the registration fee will not be issued.  Class fees are paid by the semester and are not refundable after the first week of class.  Archway Classes plans its financial obligations by the semester, and these obligations must be met even if you are unable to continue coming to class. 

Supply Fees
Fees paid directly to teachers for supplies are also non-refundable because teachers use this money to purchase materials for each student at the beginning of the semester. If the minimum number of students do not enroll for a class and Archway decides to cancel it before the semester begins, you may either receive a full refund for the class fees (and registration fees, if your family is not registered for any other classes), or enroll in any other class which has space available. If a teacher must cancel a class once the semester has started, you may either request a refund for the remaining portion of semester fees or transfer to another class if space is available.    

Our instructors are carefully chosen by the board of directors each semester. Each instructor brings a special expertise or passion to the class they teach.

Rachel Allen has taught elementary school in Onslow County, North Carolina, as well as preschool in New Albany, Mississippi. She has a fourth grader, a first grader, and a preschooler. She is doing what she feels God has planned for her, which is teaching her children and others.

Anna Liese Call has tutored at risk children for many years and believes God revealed a true passion when her husband suggested they begin homeschooling their 10-year-old son two years ago. Anna Liese graduated from Saint Mary’s College before attending N.C. State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. She continued her education at Elon University where she earned a Masters of Business Administration. Before having her son, Anna Liese served as the Executive Director of The Burlington Downtown Corporation and as a Development Officer for The Methodist Home for Children responsible for raising $1.3 million annually. She enjoys working in the garden, travel and photography.

Holly Colvard is fairly new to Alamance County. She homeschools her three children, Aidan (11), Nina (8) and Dallas (3). She enjoys scrapbooking, music and learning new things with her children. Last semester was her family's first at Archway and they loved it!
Melody Corbett has eight years of in classroom teaching experience. specializing in Newspapers in Education and was recognized as a teacher of excellence. She directed an after school tutorial group called College Bound Kids for 14 years. She is currently an office assistant to Pastor Rob Corbett at a brand-new, flourishing plant church, which meets at the Mebane Bowling Alley. She is also completing her second book, Melodious Thoughts as well as developing a new Bible curriculum for youth. She is a well-rounded woman of different interests which makes life a broad spectrum of adventure to be uncovered in the classroom.

Gina Duckett is mom to Jonathan (7), Ellie (6), and Christopher (3). She has taught in public school and is currently homeschooling. She has an undergraduate degree in sociology and psychology form UNC and a M.Ed. from UNCG in elementary grades curriculum and instruction. She loves reading (to herself and her children), gardening, and exploring with her family.

Allison Fulmer has a Bachelors degree in Marketing and General Business, working many years in outside sales and event planning before moving to Mebane from Birmingham, Alabama in June, 2011.  Four months later, it was clear God was calling her to homeschool so the search for a good support group and enrichment began.  Archway quickly became the highlight of their week.  Now in her 4th year of homeschooling her 10 year old daughter (4th year at Archway and 3rd year as Treasurer), she is excited about helping Archway become better and better for our children and parents. Allison enjoys gardening and exploring with her family in her free time.

Nathalie Harris has been homeschooling her three children, Colton (8), Rogan (6), Adelaine (3), for three years. She has a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and taught second grade for two years before her oldest child was born. She loves gardening, sewing, yoga, and seeing the world through the eyes of her children. 
Sonya Jeffords homeschools her two daughters, Acacia (7) and Jasmine (5). She works from home as a fiction author and a freelance graphic designer. Her published books span multiple genres including children's books, young adult fiction, historical fantasy, contemporary fantasy, and science fiction.

Deanna McClay is a graduate of Wilmington University with a degree in General Studies. She also has Associates of Arts degrees in both Biology and Journalism. An Air Force veteran, she served as a Public Affairs troop and was the editor of the Airlifter, a 28-page weekly newspaper. Before her military service, she worked as a professional photographer, a field in which she still works today. She has been involved with Archway for four years and is currently serving on the Archway Classes Board of Directors. She has been homeschooling her two sons, Wade (10), and Liam (6), for five years. Deanna also enjoys travel, building relationships and, of course, photography. 

Christie Moser  has an A.A.S. degree in Fashion Merchandising and Marketing. She also has an A.A.S. degree with honors in Graphic Art and Advertising Design, and a certificate with honors in Computer Graphics. Working part-time as a Graphic Designer, Christie balances life homeschooling daughters, Sidney Clay and Mallory. Christie is the founder of Haven of Hope & Healing, a pregnancy and infant loss center, which she and her husband, Darrell, started after their son was stillborn full-term in 2002. Growing up, Christie enjoyed being in the kitchen helping her mom and learning from her as she entertained with countless parties and family gatherings. Now Christie enjoys doing the same with her daughters. Expressing her creativity and hospitality through 3 Curly Girls, Christie offers graphic design services, handmade invitations, party planning, and more. 

Tom Pryor is a graduate of Liberty University and a proud Army Veteran. He and his wife, Shannon, have been married for nine years and have been homeschooling their amazing boys for two years. He loves being a part of his children’s education and all the adventures that come with it.

Michelle Sheets is a wife to her wonderful husband, mother and teacher to four delightful daughters, whom she has homeschooled for 8 years. She studied two years at university before marrying the love of her life and starting a family. She especially enjoys using literature, art and nature to teach children about the creativity and love of God our Father. She has been a member of The Lamb's Chapel for 11 years where she serves in the Children's and Middle School ministries.

Kellie Stubblefield is in her sixth year teaching at Archway and homeschooling her two children, AJ (10) and Alexa (13). She earned her masters degree in Special Education at Texas Christian University and is a certified Montessori teacher and social worker.  She taught in public and private schools for over 10 years.  She is currently serving on the Archway Classes Board of Directors.  Kellie loves to travel with her family, play volleyball, Zumba and make her students laugh whenever possible.

Shannon Stucker is a happily married, busy mom of three, giving her best in raising her kiddos and serving God. Her professional background is in corporate fitness and higher education. In her pre-mom life, she was a Fitness Specialist and Kids Fitness Director for Honda of America Manufacturing and then a Student Activities Director for a college. She has a degree in Physical Education/Exercise Science from Morehead State University and a graduate degree from Indiana University in Higher Education/Student Affairs Administration. She and her family moved here from Ohio in 2012 and began homeschooling that fall. They co-own and previously owned a scrapbooking store in Ohio. Her favorite things about living here are North Carolina winters, the beach, and homeschooling. She enjoys sports, traveling, scrapbooking, volunteering, and spending time with her family.

Tiffany White has been homeschooling her four children ages 8-17 for the past ten years. She graduated in 1994 from UNC, Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Public Policy, and a paralegal certificate from Meredith College in 1995. With a love for geography and missions, Tiffany founded a homeschool learning experience called Geomissions which met monthly for classes combining missions and geography in a family style learning environment, covering a different continent each year. In addition to those interests, Tiffany loves Jesus, her family, quilting, and history.

Taylor Zak is a second-year teacher with Archway. She is married to David and together, they have three children, Ansley, (4) and twins, Easton and Grayson (2). Taylor is a Zumba instructor at Focus Fitness for Women, Zenitry Yoga Studio, and Gold's Gym. She is also a licensed Zumba Kids instructor and is AFAA certified. Taylor has her associates of arts degree and is currently pursuing her next degree. Taylor enjoys spending quality time with her close friends and family and loves to vacation.    

Mailing Address
925 Golf House Rd., Ste. I
Whitsett, North Carolina