Enrichment Programs For Homeschoolers


Enrichment programs are programs hosted by the public schools, homeschooling parents, or community that supplement your homeschooling curriculum. Many are once a week programs.


           
Public School Enrichment
Academy Charter School
A once-a-week, public charter school enrichment program for grades K-8. They support families in the homeschooling journey by providing an academically rigorous curriculum, engaging hands-on lessons and a safe learning environment in which to build lasting friendships.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, Tuesday and Thursday
City:
Castle Rock, Parker, Long Tree/Highlands Ranch


Academy District 20
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-8. They have tracks for different interest levels, Arts & Social Studies, STEM, and outdoor studies.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, once a week, Mon-Fri
City:
Colorado Springs


APEX Program
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12. Students receive a classroom experience while still considering homeschooling as the primary means of education. Classes are taught by licensed public school teachers with a low student to teacher ratio. The curriculum is intended to supplement homeschooling, but students are also considered part-time public school students.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week
City:
Frederick, Boulder, Longmont


Boulder Explore
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12 focusing on Performing Arts, Visual Arts, STEM, and Collaborative Problem Solving. These experiences are enriched through community resources. Homeschooling is still considered the primary means of education, but students are also considered part-time public school students.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week , Tuesdays
City:
Boulder


Brighton Options
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12. This program was designed to supplement, enrich, and strengthen the homeschooler's educational experience.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Monday or Tuesdays
City:
Brighton


The Classical Academy - College Pathways
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades 7-12. The school offers pre-collegiate courses (junior high and high school level) in a hybrid-online format, while also providing concurrent enrollment options for early college courses at Pikes Peak Community College.
Fee:
No
Grade:
7-12
Hours:
School year, once or twice a week
City:
Colorado Springs


The Classical Academy - Cottage School
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-8. They offer language arts, character education, classical elements, P.E. art, and music, all with a backdrop of the classical approach to education.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, once a week
City:
Colorado Springs


Denver Options
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12 focusing on academics. This program is designed to enhance what you are doing at home-not replace it.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Tuesdays or Fridays
City:
Denver


Falcon Homeschool Program
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12. They offer two tracks, one for the younger kids and one for older based around unit studies and academics.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once or twice a week
City:
Colorado Springs


Frontier Academy
A once-a-week, public charterschool enrichment program for grades K-12. The enrichment program is known as "Access." They provide arts, music, technology, physical education and science classes.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Fridays
City:
Greeley


L.E.A.P. School
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12. They provide history, science, cooking, music, p.e., art, spanish, mock trial, and language arts classes.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Wednesdays or Thursdays
City:
Loveland


Legacy Homeschool Academy
A once-a-week, public charter school enrichment program for grades K-8. The teacher are equipped with current technology. Legacy is a 1:1 iPad school, meaning that each student and staff member has an iPad Air to use during the school year.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, once a week, Fridays
City:
Elizabeth


Lewis-Palmer Home School Enrichment Academy
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-8. Children in grades K-5 receive a full array of Enrichment activities to include Music, Art, PE, and exploratory activities in Science, Literature, Geography, and History. Students in grades 6-8 can choose from several elective offerings in those subjects and more.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, once a week, Thursdays
City:
Monument


Mountain Phoenix Community School
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-8. This program is designed to enrich a Waldorf curriculum that is taught in the home. Children engage in developmentally-appropriate activities including Music, Art, Spanish, Handwork, seasonal festivals, field trips, and time outside in nature.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, once a week, Fridays
City:
Wheat Ridge


Mountain Song Community School
A once-a-week, public charter school enrichment program for grades K-8 that uses Waldorf-methods. Once a week children will attend for a main lesson, music, art and creative movement. Some weeks will also include lessons in health and wellness, cooking and nutrition.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, once a week, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays
City:
Colorado Springs


Mountain Vista Homeschool Academy
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12. The program offers innovative & hands-on educational experience promoting social & academic growth in a dynamic learning environment. Classes include Art, Technology, Music, Science, Language Arts, and History.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week
City:
Colorado Springs


PSD Options Program
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-8. The program offers hands-on activities, projects, and opportunities to learn and socialize with other homeschooled students.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-8
Hours:
School year, once a week, Mondays
City:
Ft. Collins


Platte River Academy
A once-a-week, public charter school enrichment program for grades 5-8. A classical, university style approach is used with an emphasis on science, humanities, mechanics of writing and math. After-school activities include Spanish, art, music, PE, fencing and more. They follow the classic model of education.
Fee:
No
Grade:
5-8
Hours:
School year, twice a week
City:
Highlands Ranch


Rocky Mountain Classical Academy
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12. They offer interactive, hands-on learning including Character, Language Arts, Science, Critical Thinking Skills, Art, and PE. Music is offered for grades K-5.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Varies
City:
Colorado Springs


The Summit Academy
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-12. Classes are designed to supplement a program at home with the possibility of some courses having homework. Homeschooling is still considered the primary means of education, but students are also considered part-time public school students.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week , Wed, Thurs or Fri
City:
Westminster


T.R. Paul Academy
A once-a-week, public charter school enrichment program for grades K-5. The program offers a STEAM program and classes in art, music, drama, movement, history, social studies, and character building.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-5
Hours:
School year, flexible 8 hours a week
City:
Ft. Collins


Two Roads Charter School
A once-a-week, public charter school enrichment program for grades K-12. They offer both core and elective courses with small class sizes, such as Outdoor Lab, AmeriTowne, International Towne, sports, drama, and a curriculum lending library.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once or twice a week
City:
Arvada & Littleton


Woodrow Wilson Academy
A once-a-week, public school enrichment program for grades K-6 with classes including performing arts, music, art, creative writing, hands-on science, P.E. and more. Homeschooling is still considered the primary means of education, but students are also considered part-time public school students.
Fee:
No
Grade:
K-6
Season:
School year, once a week
City:
Westminster, Evergreen, Lakewood




Private School Enrichment
Aletheia Academy
A school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering classes for children in grades PreK-12th. They offer classes in physical education, constitutional literacy, cooking, art, choir, literature, drama, Apologia sciences, chemistry, and chapel time.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
PreK-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Thursdays
City:
Aurora


Arrows Christian Homeschool Co-op
A school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering classes for children in grades PreK-12. They are a group of Bible-believing parents who want to provide their children with an opportunity for growth in discipleship, friendship, leadership, and extracurricular skills. You must agree to their Statement of Faith before registering, but do not require that you attend Calvary Chapel.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
PreK-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Mondays
City:
Centennial


Artios
A private school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering classes for children in grades K-12. They are historically based, integrated arts and academics homeschool program grounded in a Biblical worldview.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Tuesdays
City:
Castle Rock, Littleton


CHESS
A private school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering classes for children in grades PreK-12. The classes focus on Art, Science, Choir, History, Speech, Literature, Writing, Grammar, Drama, Math, Chemistry, Religious Studies, and Logic.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Monday or Wednesday
City:
Greeley


Collegium Study Center
Collegium Study Center provides a classical Christian education to homeschoolers in grades 2-12.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
2-12
Hours:
School year, three times a week, Monday, Wednesday, Friday
City:
Colorado Springs


Creative Bridges
Creative Bridges is a program for self-directed learning in Evergreen that helps families 'opt out' of the forced learning model of compulsory schooling by providing them with a space, staff, resources, and a model for learning that is based upon freedom, trust, responsibility, respect and democracy.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-18
Hours:
School year, one or four times a week, Tuesday-Friday
City:
Evergreen


Credo Academy
Credo Academy is a once-a-week homeschool program that offers classes for 3rd-12th grade.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
3-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Thursdays
City:
Lone Tree


Exl Learning
Exl Learning is an enrichment program for the Denver and Aurora area. They integrate STEAM (Science, Technology, engineering, the Arts, and Math) into their curriculum. They also have a gaming club just for homeschoolers to come and hangout.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Wednesdays
City:
Denver


FACE School
A private school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering classes for children in grades PreK-12. The classes focus on Bible, Language Arts, Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Music, Math, Science, History, Geography, Technology, Cooking, Sewing, Foreign Language, Dance, P.E., and Self-Defense. They also do record-keeping of grades, attendance, and achievement test scores/evaluations.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
PreK-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Fridays
City:
Northglenn


Front Range Christian School
Homeschool students combine with their fulltime students to participate in chapel. The rest of the day gives students the opportunity to socialize with other homeschool students while participating in classes designed to enrich the learning they receive at home the rest of the week. It is a full day program.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Wednesdays
City:
Littleton


High Country Home Educators
High Country offers a variety of enrichment classes geared toward supplementing your own homeschooling program, but not to replace it. Classes are offered for students from kindergarten through high school. We meet for two 12-week semesters on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, twice a week, Tuesdays & Wednesdays
City:
Colorado Springs


The Homeschool Alliance
The Homeschool Alliance is a project based, child-directed learning environment for children 5-16 years old. The facilitators provide guidance, mentoring and opportunity to help direct children's learning. Their programs include Destination Imagination, Hands On Science, Brave Writer, Young AmeriTowne, Art & Exploration, Project Design, and Natural Play.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-16 years old
Hours:
School year, once a week, Tuesdays or Wednesdays
City:
Indian Hills


Legacy Christian Academy
A private school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering classes for children in grades 5-12. Classes include literature, grammar, history, composition, writing, geography, speech and debate, worldview, current events, and government.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
5-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Tuesday
City:
Westminster


Lighthouse Christian Academy
A private school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering classes for children in grades PreK-12. They offer classes in Digital Videography, Crochet, Math, Photography, Bible, Character, Cooking, Dance, Foreign Language, Language Arts, Music, Social Studies, P.E., Science, and Lego Robotics. They also offer umbrella school options.
Fee:
Yes
Grade:
K-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Friday
City:
Thornton




Living Arts School
A rich and playful exploration of folk arts and crafts for children 6-14 years old. They offer children the opportunity to learn meany living skills and slow down from the fast-paced world we live in. The classes they offer are centered around the Food Arts (cooking, canning), Fiber Arts (sewing), Traditional Arts (pottery, soap making), Gardening and Nature Arts (planting, harvesting), Paper and Ink Arts (dye-making), Oral and Movement Arts (singing, storytelling, folk dancing).
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
6-14 years old
Season:
School Year, once or twice a week
City:
Niwot




Master's Hand
A Christian-based enrichment program for children in grades K-12. Courses include Writing Skills, Art, Literature, Biology, General Science, Government, Civics, Choir, P.E., Theatre, and Logic.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
K-12
Season:
School Year, once a week, Mondays or Tuesdays
City:
Loveland, Longmont


MindSpark
A private school enrichment program for homeschoolers offering enrichment classes for different age groups of children - Explorers (Ages 4-7), Discoverers (Ages 7-11), and Investigators (Ages 10-14).
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
4-14
Hours:
School year, 1 to 5 days a week
City:
Conifer




Mountain Sage Community School
An enrichment program for children in grades 1-5. The school is inspired by Waldorf education and sustainable living. They take a whole child approach to education.
Fee:
Donation
Grades:
1-5
Season:
School Year, once a week, Mondays
City:
Ft. Collins




Olive Tree
An non-profit support program offering enrichment classes for children in grades K-5 and core and elective classes for students in grades 6-12. Teaching from a Christian worldview is the emphasis for the program. Dynamic classrooms with passionate teachers, focus on group interactions and presentation opportunities. K-5 classes - Art, Music, P.E. Science Lab and Geography. 6-8 classes - Science, English, Writing, Worldview, Speech, Art, Logic. Highschool classes - Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Literature and Writing, History, Spanish 1 & 2, Speech, Graphic and Fine Art.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
K-12
Season:
School Year, once or twice a week, Tuesday and/or Thursday
City:
Ft. Collins




The Patchwork School
An enrichment program for children ages 1 and older that emphasizes critical thinking and problem solving, develops communication and leadership abilities. The free and open structure of this program allows for children to explore their own ideas or dive into group projects with teachers guiding along the way.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
1+
Season:
School Year, full time or once a week
City:
Louisville




Rock Solid High School
A private, University-Model school providing a Christ-centered education. Students receive on-campus instruction 3 days a week and work at home under parental supervision the remaining 2 days.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
9-12 (6-8 Prep option)
Season:
School Year, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
City:
Littleton




Sage Hamilton
A Waldorf Inspired Homeschool Program for children 5-14 years old. The curriculum integrates the expressive and practical arts, celebrates seasonal festivals, and honors spiritual diversity. Morning nature walks, circle time with movement, art, science in nature, and gardening.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-14 years old
Hours:
School year, two or three days a week
City:
Boulder




Timberline Independent School
An academically-focused Christian independent school, serving homeschooled students in the Denver metro area. They offer academic classes and clubs for accountability and inspiration. Their strong points are: academic support from excellent teachers, and a very loving, kind community of families.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
1-12
Hours:
School year, once a week, Tuesdays
City:
Wheat Ridge




Vista Ridge Homeschool Fine Arts Program
Vista Ridge is a private school in Erie that offers a Friday program for kids to participate in chapel, art, strings and presidential physical fitness.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
1-6
Hours:
School year, Fridays
City:
Erie




Sudbury Schools
Alpine Valley School
While Alpine Valley School is not directly an enrichment program, it has a more unschooly type environment. Alpine Valley School is an independent school following the Sudbury Model. This model, while contentious, has helped children grow into happy, confident, and successful adults by providing them with the freedom and responsibility to take charge of their time and education, at their own pace, focused around their interests.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-18 years old
Hours:
School year, Monday-Friday
City:
Wheat Ridge


Boulder Sudbury School
The Boulder Sudbury School is not directly an enrichment program, but is more of an unschooling school. It is an independent school following the Sudbury Model. This model, while contentious, has helped children grow into happy, confident, and successful adults by providing them with the freedom and responsibility to take charge of their time and education, at their own pace, focused around their interests.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-18 years old
Hours:
School year, Monday-Friday
City:
Wheat Ridge




Community Enrichment


4-H
A nation-wide program that lets children ages 5-17 learn about leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and community service through child-selected projects and activities. There are twenty five clubs to choose from in Boulder County. Domesticated animals, shooting sports, cooking, photography, rocketry, woodworking, leathercraft, fabrics, and robotics are just a few of the highlights in their program, but there are many to choose from. The Cloverbud Club is aimed at 5-7 year olds, while the Juniors begin at 8 years old.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-17 years old
Hours:
Varies
City:
Boulder County




American Heritage Girls
Christian-based program for girls that helps build character and leadership. The K-12 program focuses on outdoor skills, field trips, marching in parades, mom and dad socials and other experience forming and leadership building events. Think Christian Girl Scouts without the cookies.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-17 years old
Hours:
Varies
City:
Niwot, Broomfield, Ft Collins, Arvada, Longmont




Boulder Young Chautauqua
The Boulder Young Chautauqua program guides students through the process of creating and presenting a 'living history' performance about a historical character of their choice. Each child selects one person from history and learns about their lives, character, and times. At the end of the program, students present a 5-15 minute monologue from the perspective of their historical person.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
9-18 years old
Hours:
School year, once a week in the evening.
City:
Boulder




Boy Scouts - Longmont Troop 565
The Boy Scouts of America provides a program for young boys that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops physical fitness. The Troop meets week ly to plan outdoor activities such as hikes and campouts. Troop 565 is driven by "boy led" participation.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
7+ years old or Grade 1+
Hours:
Once a week , Thursdays
City:
Longmont




Classical Conversations
Following the classical method of learning, Classical Conversations participants meet once a week to practice public speaking and recite memory verses and songs that they have learned during the week.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-17 years old
Hours:
School year, once a week
City:
Longmont, Frederick, Erie, Loveland, Boulder, Northglenn, Thornton, Brighton




Feet on the Earth
A survival training program that covers survival skills, fire making, shelter building, harvesting wild edibles, caretaking the land, camouflage, invisibility, and bird language.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
7-17 years old
Hours:
School year, once a week
City:
Boulder




Girl Scouts - Longmont Troop 2081
The Girl Scouts build girls of courage, confidence and character. Girls in the Scouts have the ability to earn badges, sell cookies, go on trips, explore the outdoors, and become involved with Take Action projects.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-17 years old
Hours:
Varies
City:
Longmont




Handweavers Guild of Boulder
The Guild dabbles in the Fabric and Fiber Arts. Not only can you learn how to do many of these arts, but also be able to rent the specialized equipment that enables you to make many treasures. Works can also be sold at their annual sale. They feature learning how to weave, knit, felt, spin, do beadwork, quilt, dye, make baskets, crochet, and do surface design.
Fee:
Yes
Hours:
Varies
City:
Boulder




The Kiva Center
The Kiva Center offers a program that helps to activate your senses to the outdoors. Hiking and exploration of the ecosystem, storytelling, cooking, gardening, upcycling, and wild plant foraging are some of the activities they explore.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-14 years old
Hours:
School year, once a week
City:
Boulder




Laughing Coyote Project
The Laughing Coyote Project helps children learn nature awareness in different seasons. These include fire making, archery, quickie bows and arrows, pottery, primitive traps, tracking, gardening, cordage, shelters, edible and medicinal plants, knife skills, camouflage and stalking, throwing stick and primitive weapons, pitch and hide glue, coal-burned and gour containers and bone tools among others.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
8-14 years old
Hours:
School year, once or twice a week
City:
Boulder




Navigators USA
Teaching future generations how to navigate the challenges of living outdoors while navigating the conflicts that arise through human interaction. By teaching the young how to think for themselves while collaborating with others they can achieve anything.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5-10 years old
Hours:
School year, once a week
City:
Lyons, Lafayette, Golden, Denver




NIST's STEM Education Activities
NIST offers an 8-week summer intern program for High Schoolers. Interns selected for the program work alongside NIST scientists in cutting-edge research.
Fee:
No
Grades:
11th-12th
Season:
Summer, 8 weeks
City:
Boulder




Rocky Mountain Stoa Christian Homeschool Speech and Debate
A national Junior High and High School Speech and Debate League for Christian Homeschooling families. They work to train Christian homeschooled youth in speech and debate to better communicate a Biblical world view. Tournaments are offered throughout the nation.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
12-18 years old
Season:
School Year
City:
Varies




Science Adventure Program
For homeschoolers who want to get hands-on and learn skills, from building with wood to raising plants and animals and making things out of leather, wool and fur, this program will focus on do-it-yourself sustainability and will be guided by each students' interests.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
K-8th
Season:
Year-round
City:
Boulder




Stoa Christian Homeschool Speech and Debate
A national Junior High and High School Speech and Debate League for Christian Homeschooling families. They work to train Christian homeschooled youth in speech and debate to better communicate a Biblical world view. Tournaments are offered throughout the nation.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
12-18 years old
Season:
School Year
City:
Varies


The Learning Center Colorado
TLC provides an environment which honors the natural creativity, adventure, and curiosity in children. It provides a makerspace for building and creativity.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
7+ years old
Hours:
School year, one to three days per week
City:
Kittredge




Trail Life USA
Christian-based adventure, character, and leadership program for young men. The K-12 program centers on outdoor experiences that build a young man's skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers. Living the Trail Life is a journey established on timeless values derived from the Bible. Think Christian Boy Scouts.
Fee:
Yes
Grades:
K-12
Hours:
Varies
City:
Colorado Springs, Lakewood, Littleton, Longmont




Way of the Wild
Way of the Wild offers a nature-based homeschool program that focuses on helping kids learn nature awareness, self awareness and connects kids with each other. The group meets every Thursday for 4 or 6 hours of outdoor fun doing archery, learning survival skills, swimming, fishing, fire making, and playing scout games.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
6-12 years old
Hours:
School year, once a week , Thursdays
City:
Boulder




Wild Bear Mountain Ecology Center
Wild Bear's mission is to provide year round educational programs in order to foster a life-long appreciation of the environment and promote an environmentally aware and ecologically sound community. Explore science, art, and nature while enjoying the great outdoors.
Fee:
Yes
Ages:
5+
Hours:
Thursdays
City:
Nederland




The Wilderness Institute
The Wilderness Institute programs are designed to fully engage children in exploring the natural world while encouraging their sense of wonder. They strive to inspire an appreciation for nature by providing hands-on experiences to stretch their comfort zones and developing life skills appropriate for their age group. They offer instruction in outdoor skills, natural and cultural history, team-building, leadership and life skills through service projects, field outings and studies, residential camping. and the Wilderness Challenge program.
Fee:
Ages:
Hours:
School year
City:
Roosevelt National Forest and Rocky Mountain National Park



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