COMMUNITY CLASSES FOR HOMESCHOOLERS
On this page, you will find community venues and establishments that offer classes and enrichment activities for homeschool students as part of their services.
Disclaimer: The resources on this list have been recommended by community members. I have not personally used these resources. Listings on this site are informational purposes only and should not be seen as endorsement. By choosing to use any of the resources below, you agree to do your own research and assume all risk, releasing EdVentures, LLC from all liability.
NORTH GEORGIA CLASSES & ENRICHMENT
* = Faith-based program
ARTS, CRAFTS, & COOKING
Local yarn and vinyl store that offers homeschool arts and crafts classes.
Atlanta, Cumming, Marietta
"Making a positive lasting impact on children and families through teaching the joy and value of cooking in a welcoming environment that encourages discovery and creativity."
ANIMALS & NATURE
Equestrian program that teaches ethical horseback riding lessons in North Georgia.
MUSIC & THEATER
There are a growing number of independent teachers, instructors, or tutors offering private, semi-private, group, or co-op instruction to the homeschool community. Always perform due diligence and ask for reference before meeting privately.
Theater, performing arts, musical productions. "Our desire is that our students not only develop a love for the arts through our classes and drama clubs but that they also develop their confidence, imagination and leadership skills."
Homeschool music, theatre, and arts classes."Provide performing arts classes for children to develop skills in acting, singing, dancing and technical theatre."
Orchestra, marching band, chorus, concert band, and more. "Assists students from all educational backgrounds in the North Metro Atlanta area of Georgia in music education. We support opportunities for children in public school, private school, and homeschool to participate in music education and performance programs and to develop musical talents and appreciation."
"Lessons offered to students of all ages who want to learn to jam! Topics covered include basic drum set coordination, effective fills, learning songs by ear (or by chart reading, if the student wishes), playing engaging drum solos, communication with fellow band members, and reading music (if the student wishes)."
Theater, music, and visual arts. Clay and arts classes for homeschoolers.
FITNESS, SPORTS, & RECREATION
Several community organizations, gyms, and recreation centers offer classes specifically for homeschoolers.
Cross Fit classes for homeschoolers.
Jenn Casey, Program Director, email@example.com
Toddler, kid, tween, and teen yoga classes; offers classes, camps, special events, parents' night out, and more!