ModernBrain Class Calendar (2021-2022)

[Fall 2021: 16 Classes Total]

Starting Date: August 23, 2021 (Monday)

Ending Date: December 19, 2021 (Sunday)

No Class: November 22 to November 28, 2021 (Thanksgiving Holiday)

[Spring 2022: 18 Classes Total]

Starting Date: January 10, 2022 (Monday)

Ending Date: May 22, 2022 (Sunday)

No Class: April 4 to April 10, 2022 (Spring Break)

[COVID-19 Safety Protocols]

Suggest a new location

If there is enough demand we will start up a new in-person site

OR

If you would like us to start a program at your school, let us know and we will reach out to your school/district

In-Person Classes

Irvine/Tustin

(2682 Walnut Ave, Tustin, CA 92780):

Monday 

  • 4pm-6pm | Elementary Speech and Debate Comprehensive (3rd-5th)
  • 4pm-6pm | Intermediate Middle School Speech and Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)
  • 6:15pm-8:15pm | Middle School Public Forum (6th-8th) 

Tuesday 

  • 4pm-6pm | Middle School Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)
  • 6:15pm-8:45pm | Middle School Public Forum Competition Team (6th-8th)

Wednesday

  • 4pm-6pm | Middle School Speech and Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)
  • 4pm-6:30pm | Middle School New Student Circuit Debate with Mr Wheeler (6th-8th)
  • 6:30pm-9pm | Middle School Returning/Advanced Student Circuit Debate with Mr Wheeler (6th-8th)

Thursday

  • 4pm-6pm | Elementary Speech and Debate Comprehensive (3rd-5th)
  • 4pm-6pm | Elementary Debate Comprehensive (3rd-5th)
  • 6:15pm-8:15pm | Interp Acting and Improv (5th-8th)

Friday

  •  4pm-6pm | Elementary Speech and Debate Comprehensive (3rd-5th)
  • 4pm-6:30pm | Middle School Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)
  • 4pm-6pm | Middle School Lincoln Douglas Competition Team (6th-8th)
  • 6:35pm-8:35pm | High School Progressive Lincoln Douglas Debate (9th-12th)

Saturday

  • 1pm-2:30pm | Littles Speech (1st-2nd)
  • 1pm-3pm | Elementary Speech and Debate Comprehensive (3rd-5th)
  • 1pm-3pm | Middle School Speech and Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)
  • 1pm-3pm | Model United Nations (7th-12th)
  • 3pm-4:30pm | Littles Speech (1st-2nd)
  • 3:15pm-5:15pm | High School Speech and Debate Comprehensive (9th-12th)

Sunday

  • 10am-12pm | Economics, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship (6th-8th)
  • 1pm-3pm | Middle School Speech and Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)
  • 3:15pm-5:15pm | Intermediate Middle School Speech and Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)

Eastvale

(5337 Hamner Ave #704, Eastvale, CA 91752):

Wednesday

  • 5pm-7pm | Elementary Speech and Debate Comprehensive (4th-6th)

Thousand Oaks

(80 Long Ct # 1C, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360):

Tuesday

  • 4pm-6pm | Elementary Speech and Debate Comprehensive (3rd-5th)
  • 6:15pm-8:15pm | Advanced Middle School Speech and Debate Comprehensive (6th-8th)

Palos Verdes

(550 Deep Valley Dr #277, Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274):

Tuesday

  • 6:30pm-9pm | Returning Circuit Debate Competition Class (Policy Debate/Lincoln Douglas Debate)

Thursday

  • 6:30pm-9pm | New Circuit Debate Competition Class (Policy Debate/Lincoln Douglas Debate)

Northridge

(18827 Roscoe Blvd. Northridge, CA 91324):

Coming soon!

  • New classes will open based on community interest.

2021-2022 Tuition

 

[Fall 2021: 16 Classes]

Littles Speech Class (1st and 2nd Graders): $912 per semester

Regular Classes: $1200 per semester

 

[Spring 2022: 18 Classes]

Littles Speech Class (1st and 2nd Graders): $1026 per semester

Regular Classes: $1350 per semester

 

[National Circuit Classes]

These courses require students to complete an interview and a comprehensive code of conduct. These are not for casual speakers. All participants should enter with the goal of competing on the national level. The classes are longer. The workload is more significant. Unlike our normal courses, which allow students to sign up one semester at a time, the Nationals Team meets year-round.

Debate Nationals Team (Lincoln-Douglas, Policy, Public Forum): $3400 per year

Speech/Congress Nationals Team: $5000 per year

 

[Economics Classes]

Our goal is to give students the intellectual and decision-making tools that they need to become independent financially stable people by the time they finish high school. Students will learn the basics of personal financial literacy, the elements of building a successful business, finance and investment through the eyes of an investor, and economic theory and history.

It all begins in elementary school with personal financial literacy and public speaking for business. In middle school, students transition to learning economics and practical business skills. Finally, at the high school level, students prep for AP Macro and Microeconomics while learning economic theory and history. Only our high school AP Economics course, which prepares students for both the AP test and economics competitions, requires a year-long commitment.

AP Economics: $2460 per year

 

[Discounts]

All of our classes are pro-rated if students join after the start of the semester. Join any time!

 If students sign up for multiple classes at the same time, or if siblings sign up, they may also receive discounts. Please email us directly at [email protected] for more information.