Individual K-12 Courses, Clubs, and Sports from Osceola, Wisconsin
Choose only the classes you want.
Join our open courses from September to May
or make your own closed class at any time.
Academics (2 Days/Week)
- 6th-12th Grade
- Literary Analysis
- Old Testament
- New Testament
- Biblical Theology
- Systematic Theology
- Political Theory
- Introduction to Philosophy
- American History
- American Government
- New Testament Greek
- Old Testament Hebrew
Track and Field
Pricing and Registration
Open Courses. Clubs, and Sports
For example: a family with two children,
each of whom take a 2-hour class and a one-hour sport,
would have a total of six hours ($180 per month).
- Who is in the class (1-on-1 or small group)
- How many times per week to meet.
- When to begin and end the course (including summers).
- Where to meet (at the school, over Zoom, or at your house).
- My drive time is an additional $25/hr.
Philosophy and Faculty
My Teaching Philosophy
Yes, some subjects are more ‘dry’ than others, but you can always throw in terrible jokes and have good times anyhow!
I absolutely love getting to know kids (and their families) and really being a part of their lives, especially when I can guide them in multiple areas (academics, sports, etc.) and see them grow over the years.
Students ought to be taught how to study well, to develop self-discipline, and through those means excel in life and in any future endeavors they pursue.
I am a Christian and have been for most of my life. Students are not required to believe the same way I do to attend these classes; I will also never request a student to act in a “Christian” way (pray, etc.) if they do not hold to that conviction.
But I may pray for them the beginning of the class, etc., when I feel led to do so. We will also discuss how Christianity interacts within each discipline, which will be especially notable in courses such as philosophy or Bible.)
If you have questions or concerns on this, feel free to contact me and we can talk it over!
Meet Professor Gold
Hi! My name is Alex Gold and I’ve lived in Osceola, WI for around four years now. I spent most of my adulthood studying various disciplines and teaching at various 6th-12th and college levels; these days most of my time is taken up in Aurum Academy (and its offshoots, such as Kingdom Math).
However, when I’m not working with academics, music, sports, and so on, I enjoy attending and volunteering at my church (New Life Community Church), learning about the stock market, playing a video game here and there, and working with web design as I have the need.
I have been ‘around the block’ with coaching and teaching since I received my Master’s Degree and Aurum Academy is really the beginning of my life’s dream to educate kids in a fun, relational way while covering enough ground that I never get bored!
Master of Divinity, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
B.A. Biblical and Theological Studies, University of Northwestern, St. Paul
I spent my seven years of higher education pursuing a lot of philosophy, language, history, rhetoric, etc. It was a great foundation for everything I’ve worked on since!
I have been tutoring math and music since I was in high school.
I taught 6th-12th grade math full-time for 4 years (during which time I began to develop Kingdom Math).
I have been a professor of Latin at University of Northwestern, St. Paul since 2016. Additionally, I taught 5th-12th grade Latin for two years (during which time I began to develop Sentence Village).
While working at various schools, I have coached gymnastics, volleyball, basketball, and softball; all of which have been fun in their own way and I’m excited to continue working with them.