A ministry of Calvary Chapel Cherry Creek. Though some co-ops focus strictly on academics, Arrows keeps it simple and fun, with a focus more on extracurricular classes. As the need grows, they may add more academic classes for the upper grades in future years. $20 sign-up fee.
ACE (Aurora, Colorado, Eclectic)
Serves Aurora, CO and surrounding communities including Parker, Green Valley Ranch, Littleton and Denver area. We are open to other communities as well.Non-Directed Homeschool Group $12 membership Fee
Hearts at Home HSSG is a Christian homeschool support group located in the Highlands Ranch/Littleton and surrounding areas. Their aim is to provide support to homeschool families through a variety of activities including: mom’s night out, family social events, educational field trips, history and science fairs, events for 11 and up kids, and various educational presentations. $20 fee
St. Mary’s Littleton Home Educators
The purpose of this group is to facilitate communication concerning events that would primarily be of interest to Catholic homeschooling families in Littleton.
A Christian approach to teaching homeschool students the arts and academics while educating them in a Biblical worldview. Charges tuition and fees.
The Options Program is designed to support parents who choose to school their children at home. Parents remain the primary instructional provider, with the school supplementing their efforts. Families participating in the program get limited instruction and educational materials at no cost.
Littleton Two Road Charter School
TRCS serves full time and home-school students who seek high academic and character achievement. They offer a full time 1-12 grade program at the Arvada Campus, and a homeschooled K-12 program at the Arvada and Littleton Campuses.
MPA offers two different programs for homeschooling families. Options Program is for K-8th and Connections Program is for 1st- 6th.
Platte River Academy- Classical Academy for Homeschoolers
Classical Academy is a part-time charter school program designed to meet the needs of home-schooled students and their families in grades 5-8 through experiential learning. A classical, university style approach is used with an emphasis on science, humanities, language arts, and math. After-school activities may include art, music, foreign language, physical education, drama and much more!
Serving Centennial, Deer Trail, Denver, Byers, Englewood
*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to location and times. Registration requirements may apply.
Homeschooling Resources: Educator support for homeschooling families, including materials request services and homework help databases: https://arapahoelibraries.org/educator-support-information/
Science/Math: Bubble Blowing Blowout with Captain Vic the Science Wizard for ages 5-12, CoderDojo for ages 7-12, Hour of Code ages 5-12, Fandom Fun and Jurassic Planet for ages 9-17, Butterfly Garden Clubs throughout summer.
Gaming and Legos: Gamer’s Guild for ages 13-17, Kids and Teens Chess, Drawing Games for ages 9-12.
Computer Workshops: Website Design for ages Tween and up.
Reading and Writing: Various story times and book clubs for all ages, creative writing workshops for all ages, Cursive Writing camps.
Arts/Crafts: Punny Plants Crafts for ages 13-17, various artistic DIY workshops for all ages, Carnival Food Charms for ages 13-17, Discover Face Painting ages 13-17, Teen Maker Camp for ages 11-14.
Sewing/Crochet: Sewing Basics (other sewing classes include drawstring bag, snap pouch, and owl softies) ages 13-17.
Theater and Fantasy: Theater Workshop: Stage Combat and Ensembles for ages 13-17, various circus and song performers for ages 5-12, Various Magic shows for all ages, Juggling workshop for ages 13-17, Fandom Fun: Demigods and Olympians for ages 9-17.