FAQ > Courses
Here you will be able to find out about our Courses, including age requirements for courses, materials required for specific courses, and how to apply for a new course.
A. Your child can take a variety of courses at the same time, or focus on one course. GSA courses allows you to fit what's suitable for your schedule.
To view all of the courses at GSA, click here for more information that will include all prerequisites in order to take these courses.
A. ELA Standard is our English Language Arts course that is targeted for beginner learners and desire to build basic skills of English. For more information on ELA Standard, click here for more information.
ELA Advanced is our English Language Arts course that is targeted for learners who have already built the necessary basic English skills and will move on to develop advanced skills such as speaking, phonics, reading comprehension, critical thinking, problem solving, and more. For more information on ELA Advanced, click here for more information.
A. You can apply for courses in GSA anytime.
Please note that applying for specific courses will depend on the level of your child.
To add or change courses, please see the steps below:
A. Our Story Time course is a private one-to-one class in which a GSA teacher reads a story to one student and discusses the story with the student. The Story Time course is 100 coins per class.
Story Time Live is one of our live programs in which a GSA teacher conducts a virtual book reading to an audience without verbal student interaction. While Story Time is a paid class, Story Time Live is free and available to all GSA students.
A. Story Time and ELA Standard are the default courses for your child to begin taking, and do not require specific age and level prerequisites. In order to take other courses, you will need to apply for these courses. To learn more information about how to apply for other courses, click here for more information.