Lab and Vocational Intensives
Please note: current early registration discounts end Saturday, April 12
Landry Academy's Christ-Centered 2-Day Intensives
Locations throughout the U.S.
Greetings Parents and Students,
As a former college professor and homeschool dad, I'm passionate about seeing that "light" in students eyes when they have experienced how cool science is. God is glorified as we explore His Creation in depth. Our Physical / Life Science, Advanced Prep for Science / Medical Majors, Biology / Anatomy & Physiology, Chemistry, Physics, and Advanced Biology Intensives are led by a teachers who love the Lord, have expertise in their area, and are passionate about teaching young people. Students will do hands-on labs, many of them well beyond the scope of what most private and public school students ever experience.
They will also learn to write college-quality lab reports and to think critically as a scientist. They'll work hard, laugh, talk about serious topics, have fun, and finish the two lab intensive with a jam-packed lab manual representing their work.
Parents may issue school credit for these as they deem appropriate. These science lab intensives each cover a school year of labs for that subject. Regardless of which intensive(s) they attend, students will spend two action-packed, knowledge and skill building days in a caring, fun, Christ-centered environment.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
In His Service,
Greg Landry, M.S. Homeschool Dad & Former College Professor
Founder and Director, Landry Academy
For more information about our lab or vocational intensives, please see specific intensives below.
"Jacob has just finished his second class with you and I can't tell you how your classes have totally transformed the way he looks at school and science in particular. This is the guy who I literally could not get to sit down for 30 minutes to read biology. He can't wait for your class every week and has the assignments done before I can even ask him about it. My husband's comment was, 'where did this kid come from?'