Celtic Cross offers a daytime Home School program for school age students.  


Home School Fall Semester runs from August 22nd - October 20th 2017 

Home School Spring Semester runs from March 27th - May 25th 2018.  


Students attend one day a week for 2 1/2 hours on either Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday from 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM.

This consists of 1 hour of lecture, 30 minutes of hands on horse management, and 1 hour of mounted work in a group setting of no more than 5 students at a time.


We offer 3 levels in the program and each level takes 1 year to complete broken up into 2 semesters 1 fall and 1 spring. You must complete and pass each level before moving on to the next. 
 
Within the 3 levels, this course covers: Turnout/Tack, Conditioning, Nutrition, Stable Management, Parts of the Horse, Travel Safety, Health & Veterinary Care, Leading & Longeing, Foot & Shoeing knowledge, Riding on the Flat, and teaches several mounted disciplines.

Our Home School Program Schedule is Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday - 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Cost of the Home School Program: $300 per semester.

Due on first day of class.


We are an Epic Charter School vendor  

If you are a student with Epic Charter School let us know on the first day of class so we can bill them directly.


Prerequisite None

Instructor Tori Medlock

Email mrstussing@celticcrossequestriancenter.com

Mission of Celtic Cross Equestrian Center

Celtic Cross Equestrian Center is dedicated to Equestrian Education and the glory of God.  We want to see all students excel in a positive, encouraging environment.

Attendance and Evaluation

Students are expected to attend every class session of the courses in which they are enrolled. Instructors are required to keep records of student attendance. Each absence impacts a student’s grade, either directly or indirectly. Students are ordinarily expected to make up any work missed as a result of an absence.

Riders will attend 1 class session 10:00am – 11:00am and 1 riding session 11:30am - 12:30pm each week on the same day.  Each week there will be a homework assignment based on the classroom session to be evaluated the following week.  At the end of the 9 week course there will be a mounted assessment and grades given on completion of classroom work. Each level takes 18 weeks to complete and you must complete all previous levels before moving on to the next.

Required Textbook USPC Manual associated with the level being attended.