Do you want to learn about how government works and how you can be prepared to make a difference? FPM’s government class is for you!
Apply for the class at the bottom of this page!
What is the purpose of this class?
FPM desires to equip students with an understanding of government, how to effectively impact it, and to emphasize our important responsibility as Christians to engage the culture and politics for the glory of God. This class will look at the traditional topics addressed in high school civics classes but from a unique perspective based on a Biblical worldview. FPM also aims to show students how they can get involved with FPM, in either internships or employment, and help with directly influencing government.
When and where will this class take place?
FPM is now enrolling students in a government class being presented every Fall. This one semester US Government and Economics Class is for high school juniors and seniors. The government and economics class will be meeting at the FPM office in the Auburn area on Fridays from 12:30-3:00pm and will run from August 12, 2023 through January 26, 2024. If you are not in the area, you can join the class via Zoom!
Who can attend the class?
The class is open to local, Christian private homeschool students who are high school juniors and seniors. Please apply for the class at the form below. We will let you know if there is still availability in the class after you apply. For more information, contact FPM at email@example.com.
Who is teaching this class?
Your main instructor will be Nathan Pierce, FPM’s Executive Director, a homeschool graduate and father. Nathan has been working in government and teaching about government and advocacy for over 20 years.
What does the class cost?
The class will be $40 per student to cover materials. Students will be responsible for purchasing their own textbooks. A book list will be provided.
FPM will provide supplementary materials to borrow.
There will also be optional field trips to the California State Capitol to watch the Legislature in action during floor sessions and/or committee hearings.
Want More Info?
For more information contact the FPM office: