Homeschool co-op located in Meade County Kentucky. Supporting Grades K-8th. High school students are encouraged to volunteer to earn elective credits.
Louisville Homeschool Cottage SchoolLouisville
LHCS is an inclusive, secular cottage program that is dedicated to providing homeschooled children with opportunities to participate in educational classes with peers of the same age range. LHCS proudly welcomes ALL homeschoolers. LHCS offers an affordable cottage program in the Kentuckiana area, and have payment plans available. You can find more information online at http://louisvillehomeschool.org/lhscs/
Wellspring Homeschool CommunityMadison County
Wellspring is not just a co-op, but a growing, multifaceted community that offers field trips, special events, middle and high school socials, middle and high school academic and enrichment classes, standardized testing, service projects, and more. Although weekly co-op classes are a great way to connect with other homeschoolers, you do not need to attend Wellspring's co-op to be able to participate in these additional homeschool opportunities.
Engineering For KidsBoone, Kenton and Campbell Counties
Engineering For Kids brings the wonder and excitement of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) to children ages 4-14 through a variety of hands-on learning experiences. Our programs include: classes, camps, parties, and workshops. Create your own video game! Design a hot air balloon! Build rockets, roller coasters, and robots! All of this is possible with Engineering For Kids.
Think Move Learn is a fun, movement based program that combines, occupational therapy, special education, sensory integration, and other research based techniques to promote mind and body development in children of all ages.
Millennial Academy Home School DivisionJefferson and surrounding counties
All children can learn and be successful! The Millennial Academy is a new division of The Collaborative for Teaching and Learning a non-profit organization developed to improve education founded on the premise that all children are capable of success. Through new teaching methods that stimulate learning through the arts and a variety of teaching strategies that are non-prescriptive but based on each individual child, children learn to enjoy learning. We can provide the right support for you and your children to ensure your goals are met and exceeded. The collaborative has worked in KY for the last 12 years and has developed an all-star staff of the best of the best in educators. Come by and let show you how your child is smart.
Gabie-the KY Agriculture BusLexington
Teaching Kids about Agriculture! Gabie is a mobile field trip that comes to you! Kids will explore Kentucky's most important crops and herds on the bus. Hands on examples of products made of our agricultural products. Two other stations outside the bus, teach about seeds, and the function of a mill. Each child will get to plant their own seed and grind flour in the mill.The curriculum is designed for Pre-K to 5th grade, and is adjusted by age. You can learn more on the website: www.KyAgBus.com
Mullins Log Cabin: Wild Herbal Identification ClassesLexington and Cincinnati
Mullins Log Cabin in Grant County, KY is offering workshops in identification of wild plants that can be used for food, medicine, & crafts. A brief discussion about living off the land in pioneer days will be offered to students and adults, ages 10 & older. A small fee is charged to groups of 10 or more. Reservations must be made in advance for morning classes Wed., Thurs. or Fri. 9 - 11 You may reach Judy by email or by cell phone 859-322-3082
Louisville Bridge AssociationLouisville
Free Bridge Lessons for children
Learning Boost Educational ServicesLouisville
Learning Boost is a tutoring organization focused on providing children with the tools they need to successfully learn and produce results academically.
Prof.Dame Education ServicesLouisville
Adriena Dame (Prof.Dame) is a creative writing and literature professor at Spalding University, a certified high school English teacher, an English as a Second Language teacher, as well as a homeschool writing teacher and creative writing coach. She welcomes elementary (grades 3 and up), middle, high school, and college students, as well as adult learners.
Highlands Latin Cottage SchoolLouisville
Highlands Latin Cottage School in Louisville offers an affordable one-day program for homeschoolers. Classes are held on Monday and are taught by instructors from Highlands Latin School. All of the instruction is provided in the classroom with parents providing homework and individual assistance throughout the week. A one-day cottage school is a wonderful way to introduce classical education into a homeschooling curriculum.
Sons and Daughters Enrichment ProgramLouisville/Hurstbourne area
Sons & Daughters is a Christian-based drop-off program located in the Hurstbourne area of Louisville, Kentucky. Providing home-schooled students a learning experience that allows them to interact with other students and receive direction from adults other than their parents.
Painted Stone Settlers School Day ProgramShelbyville
A hands-on field trip to the 18th century! Over 20 re-enactors have stations set up depicting fire-starting, cooking, spinning, Native American lifestyle, blacksmithing, 18th century customs, and much more. Each year approximately 800 students visit our event at Red Orchard Park in Shelbyville, KY.
Kentucky 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.
Classical Conversations of Vine Grove (Ft. Knox)Vine Grove, N. Hardin, Meade Counties
The Classical Conversations community, which meets at Valley View Baptist Church, exists to serve homeschooling families in classical education. Student meet weekly with a trained tutor to assist students as they learn and parents as they teach classically at home. Our community is central to Ft. Knox, North Hardin County and Meade County. Visit www.classicalconversations.com for more information.
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