Private Groups

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

I-70 Corridor Colorado Homeschoolers

Serving Eastern Colorado, including East Aurora, Watkins, Bennett, Strasburg, Byers and surrounding communities.The primary focus of this group is as a social and educational outlet for parents and children.

Christian Faith Homeschool Fellowship

A family oriented, Christian support ministry for home educators in Aurora, Colorado.


A Christian Homeschool group offering encouragement, fellowship, resources, prayer. Programs are in Denver, Arvada, Firestone, and Thornton.

Publicly Funded Programs

Aurora Options Homeschool Enrichment

Aurora Options is dedicated to teaching children by giving them the experience of being in a school setting 1 day a week. They offer a hands on classes such as science, art, language arts, and physical education for the younger grades with Spanish, US history, science and math for the middle and high school grades.

Homeschool Options Program at Ilif

This alternative, one day a week, free homeschool program services the Aurora/Denver metro area with classes for all grades. They meet almost every Monday from August through May in New Life Community Church across the street from Rangeview High School.

Homeschool Options Program at New Life

Offers all available resources from Aurora public schools to parents of homeschool children. Offers parents club for support, free curriculum, full credit classes for some high school subjects, and Friday all-day classes for subjects K-12 along with many more benefits.

Aurora Public Library 


*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to location and times. Registration requirements may apply.

Science/Math: Code Club for grades 4-8, One-on-one math tutoring for kids and tweens, Tween STEAM, Hatching Ducklings with 4-H for all ages.

Gaming and Legos: Lego Club grade K-5, Nintendo Club for grades 4-8, Chess Club for all ages, Family Bingo, Tabletop Gaming Club for grades 6-12, Worldbuilders (Middle Earth Lovers) for ages 16 and up, Dungeons and Dragons for grades 6-12, Reading tutoring for elementary school students.

Reading and Writing: Story times and book clubs for all ages, Comic Book Club for age 16 and up, Reading Buddies for K-3rd grade, Anime Club for grades 6-12, Saturday Stories at Iliff Square for 0-7 year olds, Purrfect Reading Program, Build-It-Fridays for all ages, Kids Write.

Arts/Crafts: Various DIY workshops like Beaded Bell Bracelets for ages 5-11, Kinetic Sand Dinosaurs for ages 5-11, Popsicle Stick Harmonicas, Make Your Own Fossil Mold for ages 5-11, Kool-Aid Lip Gloss for Teens, Create Spray Paint Art, Crafty Kids and Family Crafts, Cheese Making 101 for all ages, Cookies and Coloring, Creative Kids Summer Class.

Social Events Dance/Musical Instrument: Teen Advisory Group for grades 6-12, Boys Club, Family Dance Party, Rattle Drums for ages 5-11.

Sewing/Crochet: Kids Sewing Lab (headbands, upholstery) summer camp.


Brighton Options K-12

Program provides a full day of classes, once a week, that offer a wide variety of subjects designed to assist and/or complement each student’s learning experience.


The Summit Academy

This program is part of Jeffco Schools, is sponsored by Jefferson Academy Secondary Schools and is open to homeschool students in grades K-12 seeking enrichment.

Westminster Homeschool Connections

Offers home schooled children unique opportunities to take classes on subjects that might be more difficult for you to teach at home, are a greater financial investment, or are simply more effective in a group setting.

Rangeview Library District (Anythink Libraries)

Serving Bennett, Brighton, Thornton, Commerce City, Denver, and Northglenn

(303) 288-2001

*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to location and times. Registration requirements may apply.

Reading/Writing/Bilingual: Barkin’ Books, Tales to Tails, Cuento Time, Book Talk, Habla Conmigo: Bilingual Conversation Group, Tens: 3D Printing, 3D Printing with Hypatia Studios, Bingo for Books

Arts/Crafts/Music: The Art of Henna, Textile Tinkering, Nifty No Bake Dog Treats, Music and Movement, Crafty Kids, Kids Cafe, The Studio Photo Club, Drop-in DIY, Collaborative Art, Black Light Body Paint, Tween STEAM Club: Brush Bots, Action Lab: Picture This

Math/Science/Computers: STEAM: Fantastic Fossils, STEAM Club: Paper Bot, Action Lab: Tech Petting Zoo, STEAM Tuesdays, Drop In Tech Zones, Science Matters: Squid Dissection for ages 7-12,

Gaming/Legos/Movie: Pop Culture Classroom: Build a Board Game, Fun n’ Games, Tabletop Gaming Club, Interactive Family Movie Night, D&D Adventures Guild,  and Lego Club

Clubs/Programs/Seminars: Garden Club, Stress Relievers for Tweens and Teens, Explore Science: Dissecting Owl Pellets, Out of Control Blood Sugar: Managing Diabetes, After-School Get Together, Drones with Hire UAVpro, Decoding Your Personality Type, Can You Escape? Hip Hop Dance with Mile High Fitness

Westminster Public Library

*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to days/times. Registration requirements may apply.

(303) 658-2400

Reading/Writing/Bilingual: Spanish conversation, various book clubs and storytimes.

Arts/Crafts/Music: Hobby Haven: Knots of Love Day, Sound Lab, Kids and Family Art Sunday, Little Music Makers, and Tween Times

Math/Science/Computer: Bright Ideas, Drop-In Computer and technology Help, The Lab

Gaming/Legos: Family Game and Movie Afternoon, Family Game and Movie Afternoon, Irving Street Arcade, and Teen Dungeons and Dragons Club

Clubs and Programs: Stuffed Animal Sleepover and Campfire Party, Teen Advisory Boards

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