You don’t have to face the homeschooling journey alone. There are a wealth of homeschool programs that provide educational assistance in the greater Atlanta area. Here are a few of the more popular ones. (If I missed a program, please leave information about it in the comments section).
Artios Academies was created to raise up educated, equipped, and elevated servant leaders of the Kingdom. This is the mission of Artios. Whether it be through Artios Academies, the Artios Home Companion, or the Artios Outpost program, our sole purpose is to educate, equip, and elevate our students. Our brand details our commitment. We fulfill this promise to you by educating students in the arts and academics by implementing a creative and integrative approach to learning. By educating them in this manner and equipping them with a Biblical worldview, they are prepared to elevate their knowledge and skills to the Glory of God and become servant leaders within His Kingdom.
The Master’s Academy program is designed specifically for home schooled children ages K-12th grade . Meeting just one day per week, children are exposed to the arts from an historical perspective.
Veritas Classical Schools Veritas Ministries has been established to create a Christ-centered environment, which is rooted in community and family. Its purpose is to provide a sports and fine arts facility, that encourages individuals to enrich their minds, train their bodies, and nurture their spirits.
Heritage Academy provides students, parents and staff with a Christian environment that is conducive to the Christian growth and maturity of each. Heritage Academy is accredited by SACS and CITA and is a certified member of NAUMS. This accreditation is recognized by the Georgia Board of Regents and accepted for admission into the University of Georgia System and most private colleges.
Dacula Classical Academy will be having open visitation during the week of February 22 – 25. This is a time that potential students can come observe and meet the students and teachers for one class or stay all day. Students interested in Academic classes can attend on either Tuesday (2/22) or Thursday (2/24) and students interested in elective classes should attend on Friday, February 25. On Saturday, February 26 we will have an Open House for parents to come and ask questions and
view the curriculum. Check out our website at daculaclassicalacademy.com or call 404-915-6275 to let us know what day
you can come.
Explore Classical Conversation for a Great Option for Home Centered Education all the way through High School.
*What: Classical Conversations Parent Meeting – Lawrenceville/Suwanee*
*When: Monday, Feb. 21st 7:00-8:30pm*
*Where: Lawrenceville (Collins Hill area) RSVP for address and directions!*
*RSVP: Jaime [email protected]*
On Monday, February 28, 2011 You are invited to attend an Open House in order to experience and learn more about Classical Conversations! Our Fayetteville Foundations community meets each Monday for 12 weeks in the fall and 12 weeks in the winter/spring. Foundations (K4 through 6th grade): 9am to noon. Essentials (4th through 6th grade): 1pm to 3pm. Our Challenge Programs– Challenge A, Challenge B and Challenge I (7th -10th grade)– meet for a total of 30 weeks: 8:30am to 3:00pm. Please register for this upcoming Open House by contacting Stacia Jackson by email at: [email protected] .
Visit www.classicalconversations.com for much more information.
Scholars Guild Open House- March 1 Scholars Guild is excited to announce our 2011-12 academic program. We will be hosting our annual Open House on March 1 at 7:00 p.m. at First Baptist Loganville where our classes meet on Thursdays. Our Open House offers parents and students a chance to hear about the vision of the program, meet instructors, view curriculum, and see our facilities. Early registration and uniform/spirit wear orders will also be taking place.
New homeschool group, Atlanta Homeschool Cooperative offers parent-led, very affordable classes and more. They are not-for-profit, and all the programs are put on by homeschool families. Check them out at www.atlantahomeschoolcoop.org. Classes start Feb 28 and Mar 9.