Who wouldn’t want someone/anyone taking a Cordon Bleu class at their home? Teenager Madie Feeney and her two siblings are having great learning, eating and living experiences in Bethel, Vermont. Museums, robotics and community activities abound.
Several of her courses this year will be taken online. “For math I am going to be doing geometry. Science I am going to be doing the Cordon Bleu baking chemistry, so I am really excited for that,” she said.Her younger brother, Gabriel, will be a seventh grader. He recently received his pre-algebra book in the mail, but chemistry experiments are what really peaks his interest. “Oil, salt and vinegar. The salt combined into little clumps and floated to the top,” he said, describing a recent experiment.All three of the Feeney kids are home-schooled. “We can either choose to get up and do it and have the rest of the afternoon, or drag it out throughout the day,” Gabriel said.