Sandy Homeschool 2023/24

Start: 08/31/2023 - End: 05/02/2024
11-2:30, Thursdays, for the school year.
Lone Peak Park, South 700 East, Sandy, UT, USA
Buy @ $520

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About the Course

Meet Your Instructor

Ember Davis

Ember is a natural teacher, and her years of professional experience have demonstrated her talents and abilities in helping people learn and grow. Her teaching style is very inclusive, especially for those shy or uncomfortable in new situations. She is skilled in the art of storytelling and captures the attention of all age groups. Ember feels drawn to share her life experience with others in an open and honest way.

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Additional Information


Welcome to this year's 2023-2024 Homeschooling Program. At Making Tracks, we believe that connecting to nature in a deep and meaningful way can aid students in any problem they may face in life. In our programs students will be empowered to customize their learning experience to fit their goals, personality, and learning styles. Join us for an exciting year.

Class Breaks

Fall Break: Oct 26

Thanksgiving Break: Nov 23rd-26th

Winter Break: Dec 15 - Jan 17

Spring Break: April 1-5



When you turn in the roundabout, head west past the baseball diamonds. There is an overflow dirt parking lot where we will meet for our morning game. This will give us access to a hidden trail system that connects all the way up the city.


In purchasing a spot for your child you are also commiting to a minimum of one volunteer day/year. Upon registration, you will receive an email requesting your available dates and your unavailable dates for the year. We will send out a schedule before the start of class for when each parent is volunteering.

For more information please visit our FAQ page.

Payment Options

We understand the current economy is having harsh effects on everyone. If necessary, we can work out a payment plan that will benefit your family. However, you will no longer be eligible for the early bird discount.

What to Bring

It is highly recommended that students bring the following to each class:

  • weather appropriate clothing and footwear
  • water (more than you normally drink at home)
  • food (high in protein and fat)

A backpack containing the following:

  • cheap tin cup
  • bandana or blindfold
  • knife (see here for requirements)
  • notebook
  • pen and pencil
  • personalized first aid kit
  • an unfinished skill (to be made during class)
  • bowdrill kit (to be made during class)

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Age Restrictions

Please note the age limit for this course is 5-18, and 4 and under are free of charge. But students 7 years and younger need a parent to attend with them.

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