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Co-ops and Academic Enrichment Classes

by Mary Ann Kelley

Oregon Homeschool Co-Ops & Academic Enrichment

Oregon Homeschooling Co-ops

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Oregon Homeschooling Classes & Academic Enrichment

Samara Learning CenterBend/Central Oregon

Samara Learning Center offers tutoring, single subject classes (such as writing, health/sex ed., etc.), a parent co-op, and academic problem solving.

The Freshwater Trust - Stream DiscoveryCorvallis, Albany, Portland, Bend

We have materials and staff to take groups of students to local streams to study various aspects of riparian areas such as aquatic insects, water quality, native fish and plant life. Program is free and can be adjusted for various ages. Contact Stacy Moore 541-753-4280

Science Kids Science Enrichment ClassesEugene

Offering hands-on science experience for children grades K-5. There is a theme to each session or set of sessions so that your child can see how the relationship of the topic relates to their everyday world. Each session will use experiments, art, and nature to study that specific topic.

Forest Hills Lutheran SchoolHillsboro, Forest Grove

Forest Hills Lutheran School is offering classes that home school students may join. These opportunities will be art, chorus, theater, Spanish, band, strings and science. Visit our website to learn about Forest Hills. Call 503-359-4853.

BUGS-R-USJackson/Josephine County

BUGS-R-US offers a "Portable Zoo" Featuring live, safe, touchable insects as well as hundreds of preserved specimens, this showcase is perfect schools, daycare centers, Birthday parties, corporate events, libraries, church events, parks and recreation centers, retirement centers, scouts, etc.

Basic SkillsOregon City

Basic Skills is a privately owned business that offers onsite as well as distance supplemental classes for Jr. high and high school, state approved achievement testing (both in Oregon and Washington), tutoring, special needs classes, curriculum and much more. Please check our website out and feel free to contact us for further information. We also send out weekly (usually) articles via an ezine.

Village Home Education Resource CenterPortland Metro Area

Village Home is a secular learning community designed for family-directed learners. Village Home provides classes, community field trips, and more in a family-friendly environment. Learners choose from more than 200 classes per week in every subject area for ages preschool through high school.

Shining Star Waldorf School Outdoor EducationPortland Oregon

For those with kids ages 5-10 who want to be outside, we have a One-Day Thursday Outside Class meets ten weeks....all over the city and country areas, contact us at Shining Star Waldorf School

Malheur Field StationPrinceton

A unique place for families to learn together in southeastern Oregon's spectacular Great Basin region. We offer workshops in geology, bird watching, plant and butterfly identification, and stargazing. Inexpensive lodging is available for family and larger groups.

Home School Science CampSalem

June 6, 2016 - June 10, 2016

Outdoor School Format with morning hands-on learning sessions, afternoon activities such as canoeing, swimming, soccer, archery and more, and then evening keynote presentations that will help the kids defend the biblical account of creation and the flood. Excited to have Dr. Thomas Kindell as Keynote speaker this year . His presentations are world class. The kids will love him. See more about him and his ministry at Cap off each day with homegrown entertainment around the campfire and a time of worship. The kids have fun spending the week with the new friends they meet at camp.

Oregon 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.

Sheridan AllPrep AcademyStatewide

Sheridan AllPrep Academy is an online charter school serving K-12 students in Oregon. The school works with home school families to support students and their parents in providing a comprehensive education. Teachers conduct regular home visits to work with students one on one and provide individual academic plans.

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