Private Groups

Secular Homeschool Co-Op

Northern Colorado Homeschool Association (NCHA) is a  non-profit group for homeschooling parents and children of all ages. The majority of the families live along the Northern Colorado Front Range (Fort Collins, Windsor, Loveland Area). They are an inclusive, secular, eclectic, local, member-run organization that honors the diversity of homeschoolers and provides a supportive community for their members. $5 member fee

Homeschoolers Under God (HUG)

Homeschool Co-op in Science Lab, Geography, Music, Art, P.E., and Bible Devotions, while upper grade students may choose from classes such as Logic and Reasoning, Writing, Speech, advanced Math Classes, Science Lab, Art Studio, Worldview, Bible Devotions, and Spanish

Fort Collins Catholic Homeschoolers

This is the homepage for our Fort Collins, Co area Catholic homeschooling support group. The messages, files, calendar and photos contained on this site can only be viewed by members of the group.

Agape Family Schools

Agape Family Schools is a support group for homeschool families in Loveland, CO and the surrounding area. It is a forthright Christian organization established for the purpose of providing support, encouragement and information for homeschooling families. This pertains to homeschooling, and organizing activities for home schooled children including field trips and educational services. They hold monthly meetings during the school year and provide many activities throughout the year including winter electives classes, mom’s nights out, field trips and park days.

Master’s Hand Enrichment Program

A Christian enrichment program offering affordable classes for students K-12. Each class runs for the entire academic year and meets once a week for one hour. You choose the classes you want! You may come for one hour or stay all day. Loveland classes meet on Mondays at LifeSpring Church and Longmont classes meet on Tuesdays at Calvary Church.

($22/$27 per month)

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 if you are interested in joining.

Facebook Groups 

Berthoud Homeschoolers Facebook Group

Northern Colorado Homeschoolers Facebook Group

Publicly Funded Resources 

Fort Collins & Loveland

Serving Larimer and Weld county.  Cities of Fort Collins, Windsor, Timnath, Severance, Loveland
“A once-a-week, public charter school enrichment program for grades K-8. The program is designed to enrich a classical home-education with academic enrichment classes and provide an opportunity for students to learn alongside their grade-level peers. Their goal is to partner with parents in developing students with strong character and virtue. The program provides home-educators with an academic community that seeks to learn the true, do the good and love the beautiful.”
Berthoud, Loveland

L.E.A.P School (Loveland/Berthoud Enrichment Access Program)

A tuition-free part-time publicly funded enrichment school for home schooled students sponsored by Thompson School District. Students attend one day per week and enjoy classes taught by state licensed teachers, hands-on activities.

Berthoud Public Library

(970) 532-2757

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

Initiatives Programs: game nights, pop-up craft studio, resume workshops, knit and crochet and several reading programs including a children’s classic literature family book club. STEM Saturdays throughout the school year.

Includes a kickoff party.

Berthoud Summer Reading Program

Fort Collins

Poudre School District Options Program

Poudre School District offers opportunities for home school families to participate in partner programs, grades K-8. Parents remain the primary instructional provider, with the school supplementing and complementing their efforts in a campus-based enrichment program.

Mountain Sage Community School

Both Homeschool Enrichment days at Mountain Sage offer mixed age learning environments, for children ages 6 to 11, and are led by seasoned Waldorf teacher Mrs. Rosemary Vermouth. Enrollment in our Homeschool Enrichment program requires a year long commitment of weekly attendance. 

Poudre River Library District

Serving the City of Fort Collins

(970) 221-6740

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

Reading/Writing/Bilingual: Various Book Clubs and Story times for all ages, Teen Book Chat, What’s Your Story? Storytelling for Tweens, Frog Prince Celebration,

Arts/Crafts/Music: Teen Art Cafe: Comic Book Art, Music Lab, Music Lab at Old Town Library, Steve Weeks Music, Old Town Kid Zone: Dance-a-palooza, Fale African Drum and Dance, Homemade Instruments, Playing with Music, Teen Karaoke and Lip Sync, Cowboy Steve, Harmony Kid Zone: Shapes of Rhythm, Colors of Sound, Make Some Noise!, Tween Decade Dance Party! Musical Scavenger Hunt

Math/Science: Coding Club for Tweens, Discovery Zone (Exploration Science), Kid Zone: Fossil Hunters, Tween Zone: Rock On! to the Sounds of Nature! First Summer Coding Club – Making Music, Teen Amazing Race, Tween Zone: Adopt a Pet Rock! Summer Coding Club – Making Music, Designing 3D Models with Tinkercad for Kids, Cats Rock!, Tween Zone: Chopped! Tween Zone: Geology Rocks, Girl Power! Learning to Code

Gaming/Lego/Movies: Friday Fandom Club: Anime, Minecraft for Kids and Tweens Grades 1-5, LEGO Assemble Build and Create, Anime Club, Denver AnimeCon ages 10-18, GameON!

Clubs/Programs/Seminars: Your Library – Know Your Bill of Rights, Animal Afternoon, The Great Teen Waffle-It Challenge, Teen Council, Teen Breakout Kit, Zombie Apocalypse, Be a Better Babysitter with Babysitting 101, Teen Nerd Prom.

Poudre River Library District Summer Reading and Story times

Loveland Public Library

Serving the City of Loveland

(970) 962-2665

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

Story times, Tatting Group (doilies and decorative pieces), Mahjong Game Group,The Wooly Knitter Group, Library Playgroup, Noontime Nature with Kevin Cook: Searching for Life in Colorado, Chess Clubs, Bilingual Story time, Club 345 Art Hour for grades 3-5th, Mini Light Sabers for Teens, Card & Coffee: Workshop for Experienced Paper Crafters, MOMS Club of Loveland, Fandom Friday, Waggin’ Tales, The Loomy Knitters Charitable Group, Hookin’ Up Crochet Class & Group, Teen Summer Reading Program, Genealogy Clubs

Loveland Library Summer Reading Program:  Ages 11- 17

Wellington Public Library

(970) 568-3040

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

Collage Art, Card Class, Scrapbooking, Storytimes, Book Clubs, Bike to the Library, Andy Mason Music, Magic with Ann Lincoln, Dog Days of Summer

Summer Reading Program

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