Welcome to Vine St. School!

Vine St. School provides instructional services aligned with No Boundary Learning aims and values for youth, teachers, and parents. Instruction is offered online and/or in person depending on COVID conditions at the time.  

Contact Scott Beall for booking, fees, further questions, and/or a consultation regarding your specific needs.  


Content Focus Areas for
Tutoring, Mentoring, and Custom Course Design

The content focus areas listed below can provide the basis for private tutoring or mentoring as well as the basis for a custom course design based on specific needs and interests of clients.  Click on links to learn more detail.

  • Sustainability and Climate Education

DoRight Leadership Corps is the basis for a comprehensive interdisciplinary project based curricular unit that includes history, sustainability and ecosystem science, economics, philosophy and a significant community service component that engages students as consultants to their local community to educate businesses and adults about the economic value and overall urgency of sustainable behaviors.  A key component of this sequence is “A Journey Into Systems Thinking.”

  • Mathematics

Problem Based Inquiry Series in Mathematics offers a student nearly 20 context areas to apply inquires in mathematics topics, levels ranging from grade 5 through high school algebra 1 and 2, geometry, trigonometry and pre calculus.  Contexts include sustainability, music, physics and engineering, culture and more.

  • Independent Student designed curriculum 

Independent student designed curriculum begins with deep inquiry into self–identity, passions, abilities, interests and sense of purpose.  Students design a custom curricular path or avenue of inquiry with the mentorship of Scott Beall.

  • Music

This category can include integrated music and mathematics curricula based on Scott Beall’s Functional Melodies publication or can consist of pure music instruction in theory, improvisation, history, instrumental instruction (guitar)

  • Philosophy, Psychology, and Consciousness Studies

Visit Units and lessons for details of the following:

A Brief History of the world–Modernity and Emerging World Views
Exploring Free will
Future Visions

  • Physics and Engineering

Students apply the Engineering Problem Solving Cycle and learn principles of physics and systems thinking in the construction of Rube Goldberg Machines.