Homeschool Arts Opportunities in Minnesota
Acting Adventures Theater ProgramBurnsville
Acting Adventures Theater Program offers homeschoolers the opportunity to study Acting, Voice, Dance, Improvisation and More. Classes are held on Wednesdays from 1-2pm and also on Fridays from 10-11am.
Homeschool classes at In the Company of Kids. Acting Adventure Programs - Children have the opportunity to act, sing, dance, do puppetry, improv and more in a non competitive, nurturing environment. Classes are adapted to the age of the children enrolled. Classes are run through the school year with summer camps offered as well. Currently also offering Tap dance classes.
In the Company of Kids Performing Arts CenterBurnsville, Hopkins, Richfield, Maple Grove, Minnetonka
Performing Arts Center now with 5 locations: Burnsville, Hopkins, Richfield, Maple Grove and Minnetonka. Students study acting, song, dance, writing scripts, improvisation and of course the performance of plays. Programs for all ages and all abilities.
Academy of Russian BalletEden Prairie
April 11, 2011 - November 30, -0001
Provides flexible daytime on-going homeschool classes and performance opportunities. The Academy of Russian Ballet is committed to educating children in the best traditions of Russian Ballet Mastership. The Academy's comprehensive curriculum, based on the Vaganova Method. For more information contact: Kirill Bak, director: 612-501-9208, or email administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Farmhouse Music StudioMedina
Piano and Voice Lessons for students of all ages and abilities. Lessons are individually designed to meet the needs of each student and his or her goals. Classical, jazz, Broadway, and pop/rock music explored. Accompanying, coaching, theory tutoring also offered. Experienced, accomplished instruction helps students develop a life long love of music.
Cello and Bass LessonsMinneapolis
Private lessons on cello or bass. Teacher has BM and MM in music from Juillard on double bass and is a Suzuki certified cello teacher.
Strike Up The Band!Minneapolis
Homeschool Bands & Chamber Orchestra in the Twin Cities
Violin BeginnersMinneapolis/St. Paul
Violin Beginner I for ages 4 - 8 and Violin Beginners II for ages 9 - 12. Private and group lessons
Violin and Viola LessonsMinneapolis/St. Paul
Private lessons for violin and viola for all ages. Teacher works full time as a teacher, performer, and artistic administrator. He holds a BM in viola performance and is a registered teacher with the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
Beck Piano StudioPlymouth/Maple Grove/Central Hennepin County
Piano lessons in Northwest Hennepin County. Beginners through advanced welcome. Conservatory-trained instructor with Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music Education. 20+ years teaching experience. Convenient daytime lessons available. Summer and fall openings are filling up. Contact Cindy at the email listed.
Maestoso Band/ensemblesSaint Louis Park
Student ensembles for students of all ages and abilities.
The Performing Arts Classroom Series features weekday matinee performances of world-renowned global music and dance companies for students in kindergarten through twelfth grades. Performances are approximately one hour and take place in the Ordway Center's Main Hall. Tickets for the school performances are $3 per seat, regardless of group size. To connect the performance experience to the classroom, Ordway Center provides Study Guides for all performances.
Eighty Eight Notes School of MusicSt. Paul/Roseville
Music classes for all ages and levels. Group and Private, preschool classes included. Choose from many different instruments and lesson packages. Two convenient locations to choose from.
Academy of Russian Ballet NutcrackerTwin Cities
January 1, 2012 - December 31, 2013
A Dance School in Minnesota committed to educating children in the best traditions of Russian Classical Ballet Mastership. The curriculum is based on the Vaganova Method. Performance opportunities in Minnesota include: The Nutcracker, Halloween Adventure, Peter and the Wolf, and more.
Offering ballet, jazz, modern/lyrical, hip-hop and tumbling classes. The school also offers dance classes with a biblical focus and faith based performance opportunities. Dance can be used as gym credits for home schoolers.
Homeschool Sports Opportunities in Minnesota
Horse Course Home School Program Andover
Bunker Park Stable offers a great program for horse crazy home school student. The Horse Course program is a weekly 2 hour time frame for four weeks. This program involves both theory and riding instruction. The first hour of each week will consist of theory work that will cover safety, horse care, anatomy, and breeds. The second hour will be spent on the horse in a structured riding lesson covering safety, control, communication between horse and rider, proper position and rhythm. For more information or to sign up you can go to our website www.bunkerparkstable.com or call (763) 757-9445.
HomeSchool Open Gym Farmington
Homechool Open Gym and Open Swim days to homeschool students and families. Our gym has volleyball, basketballs, dodge ball, hula hoops available, or bring your own equipment! We have a 6 lane 25 yd pool with basketball hoops, kickboards, and lots of water.
Great Wolf Swim Team North Metro
A swim team in the north metro area with many swimmers that are apart of the Minnesota homeschool community.
St. Croix Training Center Camps Twin Cities
Spend the week at St. Croix Training Center working with select staff. Participants will experience St. Croix's principles of horsemanship that teach a well rounded approach to working with horses from the ground up. Horse Handling & Approach, Nutrition & Health, Barn Maintenance & Care, Ground Work are all a part of this camp. And, of course, participants will spend plenty of time in the saddle riding both hunt and western. Camp modules are designed to keep youth of all ages and abilities engaged. As campers progress so does the curriculum making more than one week at horse camp an option for many children.
Minnesota Homeschool Hockey Twin Cities Metro
Christian hockey program for homeschooled students
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