A Christian co-op offering educational and social activities for homeschooled children. They provide parents with support, information, and encouraging fellowship for the homeschooling journey, and they promote non-government funded, home-centered education. ($24 fee)
An inclusive, member-directed, cyber-educated, unschooled group with a $20 sign up fee.
A private, non-profit, faith-based support group for Christian homeschoolers in the Castle Rock area of Douglas County, Colorado. ($27 fee)
A Christian approach to teaching homeschool students the arts and academics while educating them in a Biblical worldview. Fees and tuition required.
Provides support to Christian 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. Hearts at Home HSSG is a great place to connect and support each other as we journey through life homeschooling our kids. Parents can find information, creative ideas, prayer support, curriculum ideas and more on our forum.
Publicly Funded Resources
A support to families in their homeschooling journey by providing academically rigorous curriculum, engaging hands-on lessons and a safe learning environment in which to build lasting friendships.
Classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Ridgeline Community Church. Students in grades K-8 receive complete instruction in Science and Spanish.
Cloverleaf Enrichment School represents a partnership between family, school and community. Cloverleaf supports and enriches home education through a collaborative inquiry-based approach. They seek to inspire young learners while helping them prepare for a rapidly changing world.
Highlands Ranch (also serving Lonetree)
Classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Word of Life Christian Center. Students in grades K-6 receive complete instruction in Science and Spanish. These classes also work to support writing skills by incorporating more writing into their classes. Lone Tree students have an additional “elective” class which changes throughout the year and may include classes such as PE, Art, math enrichment, cooking, etc.
A division of Platte River Academy Charter School, which shares the dream of providing an academically rich program to support the homeschool community. Students from throughout the Denver metro area are welcome to participate.
Serving Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Lone Tree, Louviers, Highlands Ranch, Parker, and Roxborough
*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to location and times. Registration requirements may apply.
Homeschooling Resources: Proctoring and homework help.
Science: STEAM Coding Clubs for ages 10-15, STEAMWorks for all ages, Slick Science for ages 6-12, STEAM Kids’ Zone for ages 8-12, The Great Outdoors club for all ages.
Gaming and Legos: Chess Club for all ages, Game Club for teens, Lego Dibs for all ages, Wizard School for all ages.
Reading and Writing: Various story times and Book Clubs for all ages, The Page Twisters for grades 4 -6 and Young Writer’s Guild for ages 12-18, Junior Page Turners 1 and 2 for grades 1-3, Art Stop on the Go (Hands-on literature-based art with the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, ages 6-12).
Arts/Crafts: Around the World (celebration of world cultures through arts and food, ages 6-12), Art Stop on the Go (Hands-on literature-based art with the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, ages 6-12), Craft Lab and Crafternoons for all ages, Learn Origami for all ages, Open Studio for all ages.
Sewing/Crochet: Saturday Surprise (needlecraft, leatherwork, jewelry making and more for all ages) Sunday Surprise (science, technology, engineering, arts, math for ages 8-13), Simple Sewing for ages 10+.
Douglas County Summer Reading Program: Escape to Neverland for all ages. Includes Kickoff Party and School Contest for Prizes. https://www.dcl.org/summer-reading/