Explorers Home School AssociationAnn Arbor
Explorers Home School Association is an ecumenical Christian cooperative. Explorers meets Tuesdays in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for two thirteen week long semesters beginning in September.
Adventurers Homeschool AssociationAnn Arbor/Ypsilanti
Adventurers is an interdenominational homeschool co-operative meeting in the Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor area for shared classes and experiences. We meet weekly in two 12-week semesters just south of Ypsilanti. We primarily serve families with high school students "going the distance" in their home education.
Enrich Christian Homeschool Co-opMetro-Detroit area
We are a Christian homeschooling enrichment program meeting in the Metro Detroit Area. We have families coming from Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties. We offer classes for the K-12 grade home school family. Our classes are taught by the parents and we strive to keep our costs low.
Roscommon County Homeschool Co-OpRoscommon County
Weekly classes, field trips, support and encouragement for home school families in Roscommon County. Homeschool Co-Op will meet on Friday mornings from 9:45am-12:00pm at the Houghton Lake Church of God (9949 W. Lake City Rd) beginning in the fall of 2012.
Four hour behind-the-wheel driving clinic designed for the 15-16 year old beginning driver which teaches car handling and wreck avoidance. Check for clinics in your state or use the online service.
United Learning AcademyAnn Arbor
Offers drop-off classes and private music lessons for home school students in grades K-12. Specialties include science, art, communications (writing, public speaking, literature, drama), foreign languages, PE, and private music lessons. Instructors are highly qualified to teach their classes and private lessons.
Fourth and Fifth Grade Girl Scout Troop #30268 welcomes homeschoolers! Please check us out and learn about the great fun and opportunities to unite with other girls your age. Girl Scouts is more than cookies! We get to lead our own group and earn badges and patches. We go camping, horse-back riding, sledding and other fun things too.
Emphasis is placed on the technological advancements in America during the late 1800s. During a guided tour of the home, students will participate in a technology scavenger hunt and discover the similarities and differences of Victorian life to their own. (25 students maximum; 1 hour. $2.00 per student.)
Impression 5 is a hands-on learning center. Workshop Series Themes include Space Science, Computer Science, Environmental Science and Health Science. Homeschool Science Days are offered on Thursdays for students Pre-K through 6th grade.
Novi Christian School provides home school students with the academic validation they need while allowing parents the freedom to educate their children in their own way. We offer a structured academic program and academic advising and counseling. In addition, we keep records of your children's progress, providing them with an official diploma and transcript from a recognized institution. At the end of the school year, we host a formal graduation ceremony.
Pack 379Rochester Hills
We are a small but growing Boy Scout pack comprised of dedicated homeschoolers in Rochester Hills, MI. We are very family oriented. We welcome other homeschoolers, and are an all inclusive group.
Michigan Classical ConversationsStatewide
CC is a national homeschooling program that uses a Bible based curriculum taught in a christian, classical tradition. Classes are geared for age 4 through high school.
Michigan Virtual High SchoolThumb of Michigan
The Michigan Virtual School is an online resource that enables Michigan high schools and middle schools to provide courses (all taught by certified teachers) and other learning tools that students wouldn't otherwise have access to. Eligible students include: Gifted and talented students, Special needs students, Students who need to make-up credits, Public and non-public school students, and Home-schooled students.
Adventurers is a homeschool cooperative serving high schoolers and the whole family.
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