CA Affidavit: 38684786154348
San Francisco and Los Angeles Counties
Quillin School started in 2010 when Jessica's son, Sage, who was failing out of middle school took his first community college class. As a K-12 teacher for a decade already, Jessica supplemented his college coursework to round out his high school curriculum.
Since then, Quillin has graduated several students who went on to prestigious universities in the United States and abroad. Many student choose to complete only some of their high school classes at Quillin, during summer or other breaks, and otherwise remain at their traditional public or private high school. Both college and high schools have requested details on Quillin's curriculum and that is what follows.
Quillin utilizes California Community College courses to meet many A-G requirements, however, some students are not yet prepared or are not interested in starting college early. For these students, Quillin uses the University of California Scout curriculum. Detailed course syllabi can be found here: https://www.ucscout.org. The two most popular classes are described below. They are all equivalent to their comprehensive high school counterparts and are taught by a California credentialed teacher (single subject MATH and highly qualified HOUSSE social science, science, language arts, art, and PE).
Geometry: Geometry Basics, Reasoning and Proof, Coordinate Geometry, Triangles, Polygons, Similarity, Transformations, Conic Sections, Perimeter, Area, and Volume
Government: Political Beliefs, Behaviors in Parties, Campaigns, and Elections, The Three Branches of Government, and Civil Rights.