Announcements and Events
|The Truthiness of School||
The Truthiness of School - or - Why You Should Consider Homeschooling: This short video explains why everyone should consider homeschooling.
|New Publication! North Carolina Homeschool Manual||
New Publication: NC Homeschool Manual
As a veteran NC homeschooler and director of her local support group, Laura Michaud has had many opportunities to help families get started on their homeschooling path. She has recently published a book that shares some of the knowledge she has gained over the years. Now, through May 25th, you can obtain a free digital copy of her book, the North Carolina Homeschool Manual.Read More
|Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department High School Academy||
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department High School Academy
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is looking for a few good teens ... to participate in a one-week, hands-on course for young people who are interested in a career in law enforcement or students who would like to find out more about the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. This is a FREE program open ONLY to Mecklenburg County residents. Deadline to apply is June 2nd!Read More
|Kannapolis Intimidators Educator's Day May 24, 2017||
Take Me Out To The Ball Game!
The Kannapolis Intimidators are holding their Final Education day of 2017 on May 24, 2017. Discounted tickets are still available and can be purchased online, but must be ordered by the evening of May 23, 2017.Read More
|The Connection Homeschool Enrichment Co-op 2017 Informational Meetings||
The Connection Homeschool Enrichment Co-op Informational Meeting
Are you looking for a Christian, multi-cultural homeschool enrichment co-op that strives to be a model of ethnic diversity? Then you'll want to come to one of the two informational meetings about The Connection Homeschool Enrichment Co-op in Huntersville!Read More
|Homeschool Literary Art Magazine Phoenix||
Homeschool Literary and Art Magazine
The Phoenix is an online literary and art magazine featuring the works of homeschool high school students published quarterly. Issues of The Phoenix will include short stories, essays, poems, and images by homeschool high school students, grades 9th-12th.Read More
|CPCC STEM Prep for High School Minority Students 2017||
Homeschool Students Welcome to Apply to CPCC's Summer STEM Prep for Under-Represented Minority Students
STEM Prep is an 8 week academic enrichment program for under-represented minority (URM) high school rising 11th and 12th graders that are interested in pursuing bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering or mathematics disciplines.Read More
|Think It, Plan It, MAKE IT! at Beatties Ford Library||
Free Six Week Think It, Plan It, MAKE IT, Workshop Grades 3-5
Join the MAKE movement as you create, build, innovate, design, improve, hack, push boundaries and solve problems. Embark on a series of projects that highlight STEM concepts, allow for self-expression, foster teamwork and improve critical thinking. Experience a different make project each week. Beatties Ford Library. Registration required!
|Central Homeschool Support Group Tea!||
CENTRAL HOMESCHOOL SUPPORT GROUP TEA
Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Please join us for tea and to hear about next year's activities for 2017-2018! Come wear your favorite tea party hat and qualify for the Grand prize: free membership for the year 2017-2018!!
RSVP Required!Read More
|Robotics Workshop for Grades 3-5 - FREE!||
FREE Six Week Robotics Workshop for Grades 3-5
Give your homeschool student the opportunity to learn about robotics. This six week workshop will expose students to four types of robots, critical thinking, problem solving, and programming.Read More