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- Academic Summer Camps Students love our Academic Summer Camps! They're a week of fun and learning in a wholesome, encouraging environment. Our faculty is top-notch - they are passionate about teaching in their area of expertise and they love the Lord. Our Week-Long Summer Academic Camps at Lees McRae College include Anatomy and Physiology, Art, Biology, C.S. Lewis, Chemistry, Christian Music Jam, Computer Game Programming, CSI, Meteorology, Photography, Physics, Pre-Law / Mock Trial, Psychology We also offer a great "3 Camp Special" rate. Camp video, photos, and details are here Contact: Greg@LandryAcademy.com
- Dads, Will You Do This with Your Son? Will you participate in our Dad & Son Fun Challenge. See the challenge and the Marble Mania Extreme you can win here.. Details are here
- New Online Summer Session For Solidifying Foundations of Mathematics - June 4 - June 22 (Math 307) Solidifying Foundations of Mathematics (Math 307) Taught by Lora Marks. See class details here..
- The State Historic Preservation Office has a collection of lesson plans associated with South Carolina's historic places posted them in one easy-to-access location divided by time period. Other general resources are on the page, such as links to the database of South Carolina Historical Markers and a link to A Teacher's Guide to African American Historic Places in South Carolina. A supplementary page has lesson plans based on historic preservation and the state's architecture. A feature of this page is a set of lesson plans based on the South Carolina Standards written by a former educator for her master's degree in historic preservation. While the lesson plans are based in Charleston, they can be altered to fit any town. The website can be found here .
- Stockholm Junior Water Prize Competition, is the most prestigious award for a water-related science project at the high school level. The prize seeks to inspire today's young scientists as they tackle the challenges facing one of our planet's most vital resources. The competition is open to all high school students that perform science projects aimed at enhancing the quality of life through the improvement of water quality, water resource management, or water and wastewater treatment. Projects can explore water issues on a local, regional, or global level using a research-oriented approach. The Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) was founded by the Stockholm Water Foundation as a complement to the world renowned Stockholm Water Prize and is awarded to young high school students between the ages of 15 and 20 for an outstanding project aiming at improving livelihoods and ecosystem health in the water environment. Rnter your water-related science projects online at www.sjwp.org by April 15th; and click on State Deadlines and Awards List for more informarion. Click here for a pdf file
- My name is Lisa Ray and I'm an author and a former educator. In my retirement I decided to pursue a dream and published my first children's book, Once Upon a Time Y'all-Southern Origin Stories. These are creation stories and are written to both entertain and educate. They meet SC language arts standards and activities are included with the book that teach, enrich, and help students write their own origin stories. Because I'm a former teacher, and I understand how difficult teaching can truly be, there are additional activities and answer keys on my web page. I'm also going to have a second book published in October. It's call The Joshua Tree - A book about change and how God helps us through it.
- Providence Athletic Club tryout information. (.doc)
- Project Appleseed is a nationwide family-friendly rifle marksmanship course that uniquely combines the teaching of fundamental rifle marksmanship skills with the story of our American heritage. Weekend Appleseed events present an ideal opportunity for homeschooling families. Instructors bring history to life with the ideals, emotions and sacrifices of our forebears taking center stage. A substantial number of certified Appleseed instructors are themselves home schooling parents and students motivated by the importance of acquiring these rifle marksmanship skills and conveying the significance of our national heritage. With only modest registration fees, preregistration is suggested to ensure a spot on the firing line. We invite you to bring your family, friends, a rifle and some ammunition, and head to an Appleseed near you! Please visit our main website, www.appleseedusa.org.
- We are a very small college program with a Christian worldview, one of very few colleges offering college credits online to high school students. The learning is mostly independent, online, with class work planned out each week by the course instructor. High school students must be 16, recently completed 10th grade, and have a GPA of 3.0. Because Bryan College is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, credit earned through Bryan online is likely to transfer to the college your student is considering. More information is available online: www.bryan.edu/online, and I’ll always welcome a phone call. Charlene Armstrong Dual Enrollment Bryan College Online Learning 423-775-7558 Dayton, TN 37321
- Elizabeth Brazeal is a recent Wayne State University graduate (music theory/composition, summa cum laude) who teaches piano and violin in the Greenville area. My resume is attached. Would any of your music students be interested in a "practice coach" to help them prepare their piano or violin lessons more efficiently? I can meet students 1 or 2 times a week for a coaching session to help them get the most out of their practice time and achieve their musical goals.
- Matthew Poston has been teaching physics and chemistry for the past 20 years and opened a website, Mr. Science Teacher as a business where students can learn physics and chemistry from a seasoned teacher who is driven to make every child successful. Offers homework help and teach science online in a virtual classroom.
- Michelle Lindsey One on One tutoring - introductory to advanced - all ages Sewing, jewelry crafting, candle making, home canning, indoor gardening, algebra 864-354-9382 - please leave a message
- TeenMissions.org | Click here for .jpg flyer
- "No Apologies, No Regrets" This club is Bible-based in nature, and is designed to build self-esteem, foster healthy decision making, and teach principals of purity to teen girls. Come have a blast and chat about the things every girl needs to know! Purity - Friendships – Relationships – the Bible – Self Esteem – Beauty – Family - Following your Dreams - Boundaries – Modesty – “Guys” - and so much more! High School homeschooled girls, ages 14-19 Every Monday from 1:00pm - 2:30pm at “The Rock” located at The Harvest church 4865 Sunset Blvd, Lexington, SC, 29072 For more information, please contact Kimberly Poovey, Youth Program Director of Daybreak Crisis Pregnancy Center: 803-771-6634, DaybreakYouth@gmail.com, www.DaybreakCPC.org.
- Home School Astronomy.com
- American Philatelic Society has a workshop to show educators how they can use stamps to teach and learn as well as a youth area where children may explore stamp collecting as a hobby. We offer field trips to include a program. The show, field trip, and program are all free. The workshop has a $10 fee.
- Arts-in-Action Music Studio - piano lessons for Elementary and Middle School Students email; 803-665-0795; 1218 Batchelor St., W. Columbia, SC 29169
- Kellye Smith lives in Cayce, SC, and is interested in opening a piano studio that specifically caters to students who are homeschooled. She currently teaches five homeschool students and would like to expand. Click here for an informational letter. If you have any questions, need additional information, email here or call 859.983.4260.
- As you are planning activities for your students this year, please keep in mind the Peace Center's new Arts Blast series, interdisciplinary classes for kids in the arts. These classes include a series of show-prep classes, designed specifically for home school students, taught by certified educators and teaching artists. If you are planning to attend a POP performance, you may be interested in the pre-show opportunities listed on the 'Youth Classes' portion of our website. Click on the title of each class for details and to register!
- Carolina Homeschooler: See all of our upcoming trips here.
- Rural Hill is a non-profit, 501(c)-3 historic site and working farm. Settled in 1760 by Scottish imigrant and Revolutionary War patriot John Davidson, it is now the home of the Rural Hill Amazing Maize Maze, the Rural Hill Sheepdog Trials, and the Rural Hill Scottish Festival and Loch Norman Highland Games, three annual community celebrations of farming, history, and heritage. 4431 Neck Rd. Huntersville, North Carolina 28070 704-875-3113 (p) 704-875-3193 (f) email@example.com
- A unit on family health history can easily be built into existing science and health curriculums. Using the tool is completely free! Customize booklets for families in South Carolina allow parents to personalize family health history materials with their children today! www.familyhealthhistory.org firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.966.5557 with any questions about the booklets or the online tool.
- Announcing the release of the Head of the Class Web site and our support for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. We will be releasing our content for third through sixth grade later this year! Head of the Class provides online supplemental learning for free!
- Reading Horizons - free online reading program.
- A special invitation for parents who homeschool in Northeast Columbia. We operate a music school located here in Northeast Columbia in a facility that is over 5000 sq feet. We offer piano, drums, guitar and vocal beginning at the age of 4. We are launching a very special homeschool music program. We are willing to open during the day if there is a demand. Our normal tuition is $100 per month, but for homeschoolers who are interested in coming during the day we will give a special tuition rate of $50 per month, a 50% discount! Please feel free to call or email if you or others would like to participate. Tembi Gray, Assistant Director email@example.com 803-206-8939 Columbia 803-534-2999 Orangeburg 1-888-6-GMG-NOW Tollfree 1-888-563-9382 Fax www.gmgmusiccenter.com
- Sara Dise is a potter of 13 years and is interested in teaching private lessons or offering a group/field trip experience in the Greenville area. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.whitewhalestudiosandgallery.com
- Upward Way Christian Academy Home School Alternative / Adult Education Program email@example.com
- Keyboard Classroom - Our basic tool skills typing program has had much success with independent home educators www.keyboardclassroom.com.
- RightConnection Center - classes for homeschoolers 4-17 years old in art, karate and music. Lexington, SC 803-753-8926 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Trip to Israel - www.homeschooltravel.com or www.experiencingisrael.com or 1-800-978-6414.
- Homeschooler´s Study Vacation in Costa Rica Contact: email@example.com
- Field Test Geography or World History FREE! We are selecting several families which will qualify for free curriculum by participating in field testing of two new high school products this winter: World Geography and World History. If you are interested in participating in a free field testing program, please correspond at Editor, Paradigm Accelerated Curriculum, P.O. Box 3159, Early, Texas 76802.
- Online and Face-to-Face Classes - Woodside Learning Center Grades 3-12
- Midlands Home School Band Music to the Glory of God. Visit us at www.midlandsband.org.
- StreamlineSC (video on demand) .
- Art Teacher Mrs. Susan Wood BA from USC 1985. Home schooler. Also offering beginning guitar lessons. (803) 446-6127 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wyman King Academy (803) 532-6682 or (864) 445-3232 Homeschoolers may enroll on a part-time basis (1, 2, or 3 classes). PSAT, Pre-ACT, and additional standardized testing are available. Homeschooled students may attend our Chapel services.
- CurrClick.com is beginning to offer live classes this fall.
- www.homeschoolscienceacademy.com Our residential camps are geared toward college-bound students but are appropriate for all students who are interested in the human body. Greg Landry, M.S. 828-265-4101 (office) 828-262-7625 (Anatomy Lab) 828-964-1662 (cell)
- Dual Enrollment Program at Aquinas College. Our program offers academically talented home-schooled juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience a college classroom and earn college credit. Contact Mandy Laszewski at (615) 297-7545, ext. 426 or email@example.com .
- Dawn Chitty firstname.lastname@example.org is a teacher living in the Charleston area and would like to offer services as a tutor to parents and students in your home school group.
- Tim Nicholson (803.414.2332) email@example.com - is the Director of Music at Lexington Presbyterian Church and is looking to take on a small studio of private students and is available to the homeschooling community in Columbia.
- Matthew Bullington, with Homeschool College Prep, has developed a variety of resources to help homeschoolers prepare for college. Recently launched a new subscription website, www.UniversityReady.com, which contains a variety of electronic resources targeted towards junior-high and high-school students and their parents who are preparing for college.
- RWM.org is a leading online resource for post-secondary vocational education. The RWM Vocational School database includes online schools, private schools that offer certificates, diplomas, associate (junior college) degrees, and bachelor (college) degrees in various Business, Trade and Technical disciplines.
Disclaimer: This information is accurate as we have received it. SCHEA is not responsible for incorrect information. SCHEA does not necessarily promote, support or endorse all the links herein contained, but part of our mission is to provide South Carolina home schoolers with as many resources as possible to support, encourage and supplement their home schooling programs. Please contact the event or organization directly for further information. If you know of other resources, please let us know so we can include them in this list.