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by Mary Ann Kelley

Michigan Arts & Sports Opportunities For Homeschoolers

Homeschool Arts Opportunities in Michigan

Flipside Art StudioAnn Arbor

Flipside offers classes and workshops that explore a variety of media and techniques. Ages preschool through adult.

Piano lesson for homeshoolersAnn Arbor , Ypsilanti and Dexter

Haehyun Park, pianist offers piano lessons to interested homeschool students. She holds a Master's degree in piano performance. Rates are $25 per one student, but is charging $20 only for a homeschooling student. Also, she holds a major is voice, so I can work for students who are interested in singing.

Fine Arts AcademyAnn Arbor, Brighton, Whitmore Lake, South Lyon, Pinckney

August 23, 2016 - December 23, 2016

The Fine Arts Academy offers classes in Dance, Martial Arts, Music, Tumbling, Musical Theatre, and Painting. Currently offering specialized dance classes for the Homeschooling Community. Contact us at 734-449-0505, or online at

Axis Music AcademyBirmingham

Axis Music Academy features private one-on-one lessons for musicians of any age and skill level. Choose your instrument, choose your instructor, and begin your road to music mastery. Mention that your child is home schooled and we'll provide your first lesson FREE. If you're happy and would like to continue, short term lesson plans are available. No long term commitment required.

Mekis MusicBrighton, Commerce Township, Milford, Novi

Mekis Music offers both group and private music lessons specializing in piano, flute, guitar and ukulele. The teachers have more then 20 years experience. Mekis Music also offers music therapy services and adapted music lessons for the special learner. Music therapy services are offered for both groups and individuals.

School of Rock FarmingtonFarmington

School of Rock offers students of all skill levels age 7-18 a performance-based music curriculum in a fun environment. Weekly private lessons are combined with structured group rehearsals. Students prepare to perform live on stage. Areas of instruction range from guitar lessons to bass, vocals, keys and drums lessons. Also offers summer camps, monthly events, workshops, clinics, guest professors and additional performance opportunities through the local House Band and national All Stars programs. Location: 22730 Orchard Lake Rd. Farmington, Michigan 48336

Hui o Polynesia Michigan Hula Classes for Home SchoolersFarmington Hills

Daytime Hula Classes for Home School students. This class is for all new students, regardless of previous hula experience. This class introduces hula basic steps, hand motions, dance posture, Hawaiian language and culture, chanting and songs.

The Flint Institute of Arts Homeschool ProgramFlint

The Flint Institute of Arts Homeschool programs meet on Monday mornings and include monthly classes and three-part workshops. Separate classes are offered for ages 3-5, 6-8, and 9-18. The registration deadline for each program is one week before the start program. For additional information, please contact the FIA education department at 810.237.7314 or

Larissa Fall's Violin StudioGrand Rapids and Holland

Larissa Fall is a violinist, teacher, and arts administrator currently residing in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from Hope College in Holland, MI and a Masters Degree in Arts Administration from the University of Kentucky. She is a registered Suzuki violin instructor and is continuing her training in the method. She currently teaches private violin lessons, works in administration at the Grand Rapids Symphony, performs in and manages the Charmante String Quartet, and is a member of the Holland Symphony. To reserve Violin Lessons please contact.

Gift Of Joy Dance CompanyHamburg

A homeschool/Christian based dance company offering dance classes (tap, ballet, lyrical, point, pre-dance) for homeschool students during the day. (Classes held at, but not affiliated with, Spotlight Dance Studio in Hamburg, MI). It was created my Marie Rea, a formerly homeschooled student.

Scoil Tuisceanach Irish Dance and CultureHillsdale

Scoil Tuisceanach is a competitive, traditional Irish dance school, taught by two Christian, homeschool graduates. Over 90% of the students also come from homeschool families! The classes are popular with boys and girls, and feature lessons in history, language, and culture as well as dance.

Anishinabe Performance Circle Mt. Pleasant

Promoting the arts and culture of the Anishinabek. The Anishinabe Performance Circle will foster a greater understanding of our rich cultural heritage through educational cultural presentations. This increased exposure and access to the rich heritage of the Anishinabe people will help bridge ethnic and cultural relationships plus build strong community partnerships.The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self images of Anishinabe children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as Anishinabe leaders in a multicultural society.

Art Reach of Mid MichiganMt. Pleasant

We offer art classes that are open to the public.

Articipate Art StudioOakland County

Introducing students to new types of art, such as indigo dyeing, mosaics, print making, collage, painting with acrylics, watercolor, and pastels. Class times available during the day or in the evenings.

School of Rock RochesterRochester

School of Rock offers students of all skill levels age 7-18 a performance-based music curriculum in a fun environment. Weekly private lessons are combined with structured group rehearsals. Students prepare to perform live on stage. Areas of instruction range from guitar lessons to bass, vocals, keys and drums lessons. Also offers summer camps, monthly events, workshops, clinics, guest professors and additional performance opportunities through the local House Band and national All Stars programs. Location: 415 Walnut Blvd Rochester, Michigan 48307

Deborah's Stage Door Center for the Performing ArtsRochester Hills

Provides opportunities for homeschool student organizations and individuals to take field trips or classes that explore the exciting world of dance, music and theatre. Field trips and group classes can be customized to meet your requirements. Some of the options include: ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, tumbling, musical theatre, voice, piano, etc. Special group rates are available. Please contact Debbie Olszewski at 248/852-3939 Ext. 1 to inquire about our fully customizable programs, or email her at

Piano LessonsRochester Hills

Private Piano Lessons offered by a degreed and experienced teacher in the Rochester Hills area. Please contact Nancy at

Seaway ChoraleTrenton, Downriver Area

The Seaway Chorale is a community-based mixed chorale ensemble of adult singers, chosen by selective audition, drawn primarily from the metro Detroit area. Always looking for singers in all voice parts. To schedule an audition, contact Edie Raleigh at 734-671-5530.

The Art Experience, Inc.Waterford

The Art Experience is Oakland County's award winning community arts studio which offers creative art programs for young people, adults, and seniors.

West Michigan Homeschool Fine Arts (WMHFA)Wyoming

A non-profit organization based in the Grand Rapids area whose purpose is to assist and support families in the musical education of their home schooled children ages 9 and up. The programs offered by WMHFA are not designed to meet all the musical educational needs of a child; rather they are intended to supplement the musical training received in home schooling.

Homeschool Sports Opportunities in Michigan

Capital Homeschool Athletic Program East Lansing

CHAP exists to serve Jesus Christ, homeschool parents and their children. Our purpose is to provide homeschool children with opportunities, through competitive athletics, to develop physically, spiritually, and learn to display Christ-like character. CHAP Chariots was founded in 2002 and has grown to 15 basketball teams who play in the winter, a girls soccer team that plays in the spring, and boys Varsity and 7th and 8th grade football teams which play in the fall. Offering sports for homeschooled boys and girls ages 8 - 18 in the Mid-Michigan area.

Christian Homeschool Association for Sports Excellence Genesee County

CHASE Michigan (Christian Homeschool Association for Sports Excellence) is a newly formed corporation existing solely to provide organized sports opportunities for home educated children in and around the Genesee County Michigan area while promoting God honoring attitudes and high standards of sportsmanship.

Howell Area Football Club Howell

The Mission of the Howell Area Football Club is to provide an opportunity for kids to play high intensity football in the Christian Football League (CFL) of Michigan. Students play competitive football against other homeschool and small school football teams. The coaching focus is on teaching young men to strive to become the best they can be while playing in a manner to glorify Christ. The coaches teach the proper techniques for the safety of the players. (Coaches are Christians, have signed a statement of faith and have undergone background checks.) Teams are made up High school aged kids (9th to 12th grade). Big or small, fast or slow, experienced or inexperienced.

SCS GreenHornets Youth Football Macomb

This is a Youth Football team and Cheerleading from ages 6-14. Part of the ESFL (Eastern Suburban Football League). Guaranteed playing time for all players. Games are played at local High Schools in Macomb County. Teams come from East Detroit, Warren, Sterling Heights, and Mt.Clemens.

Homeschool Gymnastics/Tumbling Classes Rochester

Gymnastics and tumbling class for homeschooler kids age 7 and up. The classes are separated by gender and are held Wednesdays.

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