As the school year comes to a close, visions of beach vacations and outdoor activities are dancing in students’ heads. However many home school parents are already preparing for next year by selecting curriculum, registering for a co-op, and making a new schedule. If you’re looking for enriching opportunities to supplement your home school plan, here is a comprehensive resource of local classes and activities geared towards home school students.
Don’t home school? You’ll find that this list includes many locations that offer classes for all children. And if you’re looking for a local home school co-op, the Knoxville Moms Blog has a complete list of those as well.
Interactive science lessons for grades K-6.
Choral classes for students in grades 2-12. Email Marjorie at [email protected] for more details.
Classes that explore engineering, architecture, physics, science, math, and technology with the use of LEGO kits.
Skating classes offered from 1 pm – 3 pm.
Classes are available to learn skills like sewing and soap making, as well as, lessons on nature and animals.
Ice Skating Lessons for all levels of experience.
Science classes for students in grades K-8 on topics ranging from Astronomy to Zoology.
Multi-week sessions covering areas like canvas painting and glass fusion.
Sessions on marine life and more for students up to 8th grade!
The schedule hosts a range of classes to accommodate varying levels of ability.
Classes on simple machines and robotics for ages 6-14.
A physical education class for home schooled students including sports, swimming, lessons on nutrition, and more!
These art classes are held every Tuesday at the Dean Hill Recreation Center and taught by a trained artist and teacher.
Lessons that teach all aspects of the game with an emphasis on fun!
The UT Gardens hosts some events for home school groups. Subscribe to their mailing list to stay informed on all upcoming events.
What are you doing to prepare for the next school year? Are any of these classes already in your plan? Did we miss anything? We’d love to hear from you!