This group serves as an electronic bulletin board to facilitate communication among homeschool families of the U.S. Hwy 285 mountain corridor, specifically the Colorado front-range communities of Morrison, Evergreen, Conifer, Pine and Bailey.
An open-minded group of homeschoolers (traditional, Waldorf, eclectic, free schoolers) and non-homeschoolers (school age kids and preschool kids) from the Evergreen/Conifer/Pine area, who get together on a regular basis for field trips and other activities. Their outings range from hikes to museum trips to casual playdates, and parents get together for things like book club or wine night.
A Christian Homeschool group offering encouragement, fellowship, resources, prayer.
This study guild meets once a month during the school months and every week during the summer months. Focus is upon the study, discussion, and implementation of a Charlotte Mason-focused book. Within this context, productive discussions regarding Miss Mason’s philosophy and methodology coupled with seeking the most concrete and practical ways to implement this teaching into our home school, family and work lives is encouraged. Additional meetings are held once a month for children to practice aspects of the Charlotte Mason approach such as handicraft, nature study, music study and the like.
Publicly Funded Resources
PRA 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!
For Traditional and non traditional students, offering courses and pathways for all kinds of learners, k-12.
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 an Arvada Campus.
Serving students in Kindergarten through 6th grades, WWA’s Home School Connection supports parent’s homeschooling efforts with a wide variety of fun, yet educational, classes. They offer a fine arts and enrichment program including Performing Arts, Music, Art, Creative Writing, hands-on science, PE, and more. Class sizes are small to create a low student to teacher ratio.
Serving students in Kindergarten through 6th grades, WWA’s Home School Connection supports your homeschooling efforts with a wide variety of fun, yet educational, classes. They offer a fine arts and enrichment program including Performing Arts, Music, Art, Creative Writing, hands-on science, PE, and more. Class sizes are small to create a low student to teacher ratio.
Offers a publicly-funded homeschool enrichment program for homeschoolers in kindergarten through fifth grade. The program is designed to enrich a Waldorf curriculum that is taught in the home.
Serving Lakewood, Littleton, Wheatridge, Conifer, Denver, Arvada, Evergreen, Golden
*Not an exhaustive list. Programs are subject to location and times. Registration requirements may apply.
Homeschool Resources: Homework Help
Reading and Writing: Summer Reading Teen Volunteer Training, Write On! Teen Writing Group
Gaming/Legos/Movies: Lego Build and Play, Game Crazers, Teen Game Central, Movie Times
Math and Science: DIY Lab (Altoid Tin Flashlights), Makerspace Open Lab, DIY Lab: CoderDojo, Advanced Teen Coding,
Arts/Crafts: Create Something – Window Murals, Teen Time: Hot Glue Art, Inspire Arts Week for Kids
Bilingual Workshops: Global Sundae: Bilingual Social for Families, Spanish Conversation Table
Miscellaneous Workshops and Boards: Life-The Short Course: Bike Maintenance and Bike Safety Financial Aid Q&A, Banking Essentials, Origami Lovers, Teen Advisory Board, Teens After Dark: Smoothies of Doom
Music: Ukulele Wednesdays, Karaoke Jammin’