Classes for Homeschoolers
The world is our classroom, and Central Florida makes learning fun and entertaining by offering homeschool programs for every subject. Here are just a few places in Central Florida that I have either been to with my kids, have been recommended by other families, or that I have researched. Make sure to call or visit their website before planning your visit to get updated information. Some attractions require homeschool verification to get discounted admission.
There is so much to do in Central Florida and one fun way to learn is by attending field trips. Here are some field trips that my kids and I participated in with our homeschool group. I am also including field trips that I found that looked interesting. Some of these places might welcome a small family and others might require a minimum number of students to book a field trip. Check out their website and/or contact the place to get more information.
Here are some ideas of places to volunteer with your kids. It is always fun to do this with a group of friends. Home Education does not require Community service hours, however, if you are applying for a scholarship you will need to check with them to see the minimum required hours that can be accepted. If you are looking to apply for the Bright Futures Scholarship, they do require volunteer hours.