Reduce anxiety, save time and simplify your life.
Whether it’s one course or a full day,
your kids will connect in fun, entertaining and high quality classes
at Homeschool Enrichment Centers.
To provide a safe, fun and high quality learning experience
where homeschooling families can come together
as a community and build relationships.
To promote a community where homeschool parents
retain choices about their children's education.
About Homeschool Enrichment Centers
What We Do
Homeschool Enrichment Center (HEC) provides a safe place where homeschool families can come together, take classes and receive support and encouragement from one another. Whether they are looking for a couple of enrichment classes, extra-curricular, or core classes, homeschool families can find it here. HEC offers a healthy environment where parents feel welcomed, and children in grades K-12 can learn. We offer community building activities & events such as fall festivals, thanksgiving feasts, entrepreneurship fairs, valentine’s exchanges & an end of the year books celebration.
How it Works
The campus is open two days a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, during the regular school year. Homeschool Enrichment Center will sign a master lease with a church campus facility. HEC will ensure the space is appropriate for the needs of the instructors and the safety and well being of the children. HEC will contract with instructors and provide an appropriate space for the classes to take place. The instructors will pay HEC a fee for the use of the space. HEC will list available classes on its website and provide the tools for parents to register their children for the classes. Parents will pay a small registration fee to HEC each semester. HEC does not collect funds for the classes taught. Instructors will bill the parents for the classes. Many parents choose to use charter funds from their charter school (such as Valiant, Inspire, etc). Instructors are happy to accept cash payment or charter funds.
Reading, Language Arts, IEW, Music, Math for all grades, Sciences, PE, Sewing, Chess, Cooking, Robotics, Cake Decorating, Spanish, ASL, Video Game Design, social studies, theater, art, and many more.
Why is this necessary for homeschoolers? It gives homeschoolers the ability to meet other homeschooler families & builds relationships within the homeschool community. It gives homeschool parents more time to work on the subjects they have a gift in & use our services to help in subjects they need help in.