A Christian-parent directed homeschool co-op in the Denver metro area.
A Christian Homeschool group offering encouragement, fellowship, resources, prayer. Programs are in Denver, Arvada, Firestone, and Thornton.
An inclusive group of families seeking educational alternatives for their families. They follow no specific religious or political agenda or homeschool philosophy. They offer park days, field trips, monthly teachers nights out, co-ops and other activities.
Denver Unschoolers is a group in the Denver metro area for all homeschoolers regardless of their homeschooling philosophy or spiritual beliefs. They hope to help provide support, friendship, and group social outings.
Washington Park Homeschoolers is a secular homeschool support group with most members living in central Denver. This group is for kids and their parents who already home school or who are just thinking about it. Some of their activities include a science/art group, bookclub, park days and field trips.
The DNHC is an inclusive, non-religiously oriented group of home-educating families. They welcome diversity and depend on the participation and contributions of all members. Most members live in the west area of metro Denver, Colorado, but activities may take place all over town.
CHESH is a coalition of Roman Catholic parish, neighborhood and co-op based homeschool groups. The purpose of the CHESH North Metro Denver group is to provide members with a form of communication for activities, field trips, classes, feast day events, park days, Mom’s night out, etc. and members’ prayer requests.
Holy Family Catholic Home Educators is a group of Roman Catholic parents faithful to the Magisterium. They live predominantly in the south metro area of Denver, Colorado. Geographically, their members generally live in Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Parker, Castle Rock, Centennial, Lakewood, Aurora, and South Denver.
An inclusive group, socialization is a prime focus of their homeschool get togethers. Weekly activities might include field trips, park days, crafts and educational-based experiences.
FRIEND (Front Range Independent Educators North of Denver) is an inclusive, non-directed, homeschool, support group located in Colorado with most members living in parts of metro Denver including, Arvada, Brighton, Broomfield, Commerce City, Denver, Henderson, Hudson, Northglenn, Thornton, and Westminster.
Wildside Charlotte Mason Educational Community
Meeting in private homes in the North Denver suburbs, Thornton, Westminster, and Broomfield. Co-op meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, starting in September. Co-op days include but are not limited to, lessons in Shakespeare, poetry, hymn and folksongs, drawing, and nature studies. Nature walks are on Fridays and book studies are on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Please contact Nicole email@example.com if you are interested in joining.
Publicly Funded Resources
Denver Options is part of the Options School in the Aurora Public School system. Denver Options offers homeschooling families support without taking control. Class offerings are in subject areas that are hard or impossible to do at home.
Serving 29 Library locations in the Denver Area
*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to location and times. Registration requirements may apply.
Homeschool Resources: Exam proctoring at Blaire Caldwell Branch only
Reading and Writing: All Ages Story time in Spanish and English, Book Clubs and Reading Programs for all ages.
Science/Math: STEM Clubs 8-12, STEAM Superheroes Powers for kids, Geek Out Hour (STEAM) for kids, Bi-lingual STEM Camp ages 8-12, Sphero Robots for Kids (STEM), Summer of Adventure Programs (involving STEM, crafts…).
Gaming and Legos: Letter Play Gaming classes for Kids, Minecraft for kids and teens, Retrogaming, Lego Day for kids, Easy Gaming (video games for kids and teens.
Arts/Crafts: Plaza Art for Kids, Drop in Snack and Craft, Painted Coasters and Dotted Mug, Canvas Painting, Stained Glass Frame, Stitch Art (wooden Embroidery Cards) for kids, DIY Musical Instruments for kids, Artist Study classes for all ages, artwork for toddlers, Glue Salt Painting, Radical Printmaking, Little University Marbled Fish Art for Pre-K, Bead Sculpture for ages 3-8, Butterfly Bouquets for kids, Scratch Art Hands for all ages, Submarine Pothole Picture for ages 3-8.
Cooking and Cultural Studies: Asian American Experiences for all ages, Make Indian Fry Bread for kids, Spring Cookie Party for kids, Sticky Fingers Cooking for kids, Little University Cooking Class for Pre-K.
Builder’s Labs: DIY Dry Erase Board, Hexburg Maze, Teen End of Year School Party Tinker Box Loose Parts Play, IdeaLab Makerspace for all ages, Little Bits Robots for ages for ages 8-12, Girls who DIY for ages 12-18, Dinosaur Diorama for kids, Solar Jitterbugs (create bugs powered by sun) for kids.
Music: Jazz Festivities for all ages, Mire and Musical Instrument Petting Zoo for teens
Animal Studies: Mire and Musical Instrument Petting Zoo for teens, Little University Hawk Quest for Pre-K
Adults and Teens: Teen Advisory Meetings and Camping with Kids (for adults)
Denver Summer of Adventure (includes Reading Program): (Read, Make Explore)