Colorado Springs/ El Paso County
ACTS is a private, volunteer-based, Christian homeschool co-op designed to provide opportunities for student enrichment and fellowship. They meet at Rocky Mountain Calvary in Colorado Springs. Classes are held on Fridays during the fall and spring semesters. Students may enroll for one or more classes each semester. Each parent serves the co-op during their children’s class times in an assigned volunteer role such as a teaching assistant, nursery care-giver or hall monitor.
This league is a non-competitive league which means they do not have rankings and scores are not saved. Their focus is on fostering teamwork, building skills, and having a lot of fun! It’s a safe place to learn a new sport or perfect an old one. All made possible by our wonderful homeschool community.
Hosted at New Life Church, they offer a support group, classes, and an independent school. Separate fees and tuition apply for membership, classes, and independent school. Classes start at $60 each, additional class and supply fees apply.
Home is a support group that offers activities (for kids, moms, and families), field trips, a chess club, and special events. Membership is $25 for the year.
This is a group for Christian Homeschoolers in the military stationed in Colorado Springs, Colorado (for get togethers). Of course, any military from other areas are welcome for discussions, postings, and idea sharing. We range from Preschool age and up.
These classes are designed to introduce homeschoolers to all nature has to offer, especially in a homeschooling situation.
SGRCH is a diocesan-wide group of homeschooling families sponsored by St. Gabriel parish. Their hope and purpose is to support, mentor, and enrich one another as they journey through the adventures of homeschooling.
The families of Twelve Stones gather as friends in the pursuit of academic excellence to honor God. Families in the Colorado Springs area interested in the classical model of education, a Biblical worldview, and the support of a caring Christian community, are invited to join in on the adventure.
Charlotte Mason in the Rockies
A book study group that meets the second Tuesday of the month to discuss Mason’s philosophy and methods of education. Email Jennifer Taylor email@example.com if you would like to join!
This is a community in the Tri-Lakes/Colorado Springs area located in the beautiful foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Charlotte Mason homeschool families are brought together in authentic community through gathering weekly. Studies in songs, pictures, composers, nature, geography, handicrafts and field trips included. If interested in joining or finding out more about this group please contact the community leader via email.
Cultivate was birthed out of a need to serve the growing number of Christian home educators in the area who are cultivating a lifelong love of learning through Charlotte Mason’s methods. This community provides training, resources, nature groups and book clubs for all ages, Mother Culture, and other various opportunities for family growth, along with support and fellowship. Regular meetings will be held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month September – May (excluding December and March) Each meeting is followed by fellowship time. Nursing children welcome.
Publicly Funded Resources
Offering four enrichment programs in the arts, STEM, outdoor program TRACKS, and High School Expeditions. Winner of Colorado Springs. Gold winner of The Best of Colorado Springs Contest.
New Summit’s Part-Time Homeschool program invites all home educators, regardless of where you live in El Paso county or what district you reside in, to become a part of our new program.
This Classical Academy exists to assist parents in their mission to develop exemplary citizens equipped with analytical thinking skills, virtuous character, and a passion for learning, all built upon a solid foundation of knowledge.
The school offers pre- collegiate courses (junior high and high school level) in a hybrid-online format, while also providing concurrent enrollment options for early college courses at PPCC. College Pathways is located on the PPCC Rampart Range Campus property to facilitate an innovative program for home schooling families desiring a pathway to college level courses for their college ready high school students. We are excited about the future and look forward to serving our home school families as we “Bring the College Journey Home”.
Dedicated to providing an educational enrichment experience for home schooled students. This program offers innovative & hands-on educational experiences promoting social & academic growth in a dynamic learning environment. Classes for grades K to 6 are offered on Tuesday. Classes for grades K to 6 are offered on Wednesday. Classes for grades 4 to 9 are offered on Thursday. Classes for grades 7 to 12 are offered on Friday.
Offering K-8 students a one-day a week fun, academic and content-rich program that works in partnership and compliments the goals of home schooling families. High school students attend one or two days, depending on the number of courses taken, with a minimum of four courses required. Silver winner of The Best of Colorado Springs Contest.
Offers job training and free college classes. Concurrent Enrollment, now offered at all D49 high schools, provides on- and off-campus college courses for transfer to 4-year universities and 2-year associate degrees, and hands-on career & technical training through the Career Start Program. Earn free college credits while finishing high school graduation requirements.
Pikes Peak Early College is a public blended online public high school to empower a diverse student population through individualized learning paths, personal educational growth, and college and career readiness coaching. PPEC provides students a high quality blended online college preparatory experience with affordable, flexible, individualized choices to college and career.
PTEC offers strong academics and character development in 90 minutes of shop class offerings per day.
Falcon Homeschool Program
K to 12th Grade with college option
Colorado Springs, CO
719-494-8985 Option #1
Facebook: Falcon Homeschool Program
For students working at K to 7th Grade Level
Once a week, fun learning with Art & STEM Options
For students working at 6th to 8th Grade Level
Twice a week, beginning English & Math Options
For students working at 8th to 12th Grade Level, which includes Concurrent – Early College Option
Twice a week, with Math, English. Science, STEM and History Options
Haven Forest School (K-6)
Haven School serves to cultivate whole-person education; providing rich academic, arts, and nature courses in the classical tradition practiced in a natural-world learning environment alongside an invested collective of teachers, parents, and community support. Dedicated to forming a spirit of care and connection between children and the natural world, Haven Forest School thrives with family engagement and fosters a sense of purpose and participation. Haven School is authorized by Education ReEnvisioned BOCES as a public homeschool enrichment program.
At Haven, they care about whole-person education; nurturing students’ body, mind, and spirit beyond mere future career focus. Haven School cultivates a life-long love of learning by providing rich academic and arts enrichment courses in the classical tradition practiced in an intentionally beautiful learning environment alongside an invested collective of teachers, parents, and community support. Haven School is a tuition-free classical nature immersion program serving homeschool families in the Colorado Springs area. Their school thrives through family participation and community partnership.
The Lewis-Palmer HomeSchool Enrichment Academy (HSEA) – is a program designed to support families of homeschooled students in kindergarten through 8th grade.
Greater Colorado Springs
Serving Colorado Springs, Peyton, Fountain, Monument, Palmer Lake, and Cascade.
*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to location and times. Registration requirements may apply.
Homeschool Resources and Classes: Curriculum Give and Take, Annual Homeschool Resource Fair, Game Days, Science and Activity Days
Reading/Writing/Bilingual: Various Book Clubs and Story times, Book Break, Springs French Music Lingua, Paws to Read, SA Volunteer Training, Stay and Play Story time, Reading Buddies, Teen and Tween Comic Boot Camp.
Arts/Crafts/Music: Button-Making, Idea-Lab: Scratch Art, Song-Writing 101, 3-D 3 Doodler Pen Pins, Story time and Crafts, Make Art! (for grades 1-5), Teen Arts and Crafts: 3-D Printing Pens! Coloring for Everyone, Teen Hangouts: Survival Cord Bracelets, Cork Creatures for Kids, Drop-in Water Color Painting, Makerspace
Math/Science/Computers: Teens on Laptops, STEAM: Crime Scene Science: Solving a Who Dunnit Mystery, Tech and Gadget Happy Hour, Aftermath!, Free Math Tutoring – All Ages, All Levels, Elementary SALT (Science, Art, Literature, Technology), East Coding Club: Google CS First Social Media, Family Fun: The Science Fairy: STEM and the Trees, Tech Tuesday: Chapstick Upcycled Flashlight, Teens & Tweens Make at East Bonus: Slime and Galaxy Jars, Summer Fun: I Want To Be an Astronaut/Skins N’ Skulls/Boogie Woogie Bunnies/Cretaceous Creatures/Birds of Prey/Tell it Together!/Teen Game Maker Kids Toys and Tech, Tween Tech: Squishy Circuits, Monday Funday: Lightswitch Covers, Summer Science, Tech Tuesdays, Rocks Can Make You Rich, Microsooft Excel
Gaming/Legos/Movies: Game On! Movie Mondays, Stay and Play Story time, Lego Build, Yo-Yo Club ages 9 and up, Teen Tuesdays!, Story time Movie: COCO, Teen Game Day, Anime Club, Teen Tabletop Gaming, Popcorn and a Movie: Despicable Me 3, Teen Summer Bingo.
Clubs/Programs/Seminars: Teen Dungeons and Dragons Club, Coffee in the Park, After School Adventures Nature Walk, Teen and Tween Advisory Board, Pop-In After School Hangout, Finally Friday for ages 7-12 (after school hangout), Lunch at the Library (Free Nutritious Meals for kids and teens with book services), Learn to Play: Magic the Gathering, Acting Camp for Teens (Several Sessions), Activity Adventure for Ages 8-12
The ERC provides hands-on materials for families wanting to enrich their children’s education or help them improve their skills. Math, science, social studies, and language arts kits, as well as art and music resources and computer software are available for families with students of all ages to use. The have subject kits, science lab equipment, classes and guided activities for homeschoolers.
The PPLD Homeschool Hub is an amazing resource for homeschoolers in Colorado Springs. They have programs, contests, curriculum exchanges, a monthly science lab, and detailed listings of resources available to homeschoolers. Make sure to sign up for their newsletter to stay up to date on all of the activities they provide to homeschoolers.