Art for Homeschoolers at Art Happens in Milford

Ages 6-12, Tuesdays 10:30-Noon Session 1 Sept. 8, 15, 22, 29 $80/session or drop in $25 per class
Explore the fundamentals of drawing using pencil, charcoal, and colored pencil. We will learn different drawing and shading techniques suitable for each medium and the use of light, shadow and contrast to create realistic looking subjects from actual still lifes.
Karen & Liz

Homeschool Choir in Kingston

King's Choir, a homeschool choir directed by Cindy Ladew, begins Friday, September 25th. The choir meets Fridays at 3 pm at Carriage Town Bible Church in Kingston, NH. The cost is $45 for 9 one hour rehearsals plus a one time $12-$14 music fee. There will be four concerts in early December. The choir is for girls ages 8-13 and boys ages 8-12.
Please contact Nikki Phillips with any questions at or 603-347-1533.

Pumpkin Catapult Competition

This year's Monadnock Pumpkin Festival is hosting a Pumpkin Catapult Competition for middle and high school students! Would your homeschool group be interested in forming a team?

This is a great opportunity to engage in a team-building, hands-on activity that applies math, physics, and engineering principles, along with critical thinking. It could even serve as a science project or co-op activity.

Practice Math Problems Online

A math professor at SUNY Albany has recently created a webpage with math problems for high school students She plans to post on it problems of different levels, which after 18 years of teaching at different universities in the United States and Canada, she believes will help students prepare better for their college level courses. She is also glad to hear any feedback you may have on the website.

Girls Who Code Club Starting in Exeter

Girls, want to learn to build an app, design a video game, and change the world through code? Girls Who Code (GWC) is a nationally recognized non-profit organization promoting computer science skills for girls from middle school through high school ages. In GWC clubs, girls can learn about artificial intelligence, graphics, game design, cryptography, mobile development, and so much more.

Youth Folk Ensemble in Concord

Homeschool teens are invited to join the Youth Folk Ensemble at Concord Community Music School. Any and all instruments are welcome. We'll be working on learning by ear, putting together arrangements, and exploring different traditional music styles. First and foremost, though, it's about enjoying playing folk tunes together.

We're planning to meet from 6:00-6:45 p.m. weekly on Tuesdays at the Music School, starting September 29 and running through the fall term (14 weeks). Cost is $224, or $112 if kids are already taking private lessons at CCMS.

Homeschool Dance Classes for Teens and Youngers at Kittery Community Center with Larissa Fogg

Larissa is a 17 year old homeschooler who has been training in a variety of dance styles for over 14 years; studying recently with many top artists in London, NYC, and Boston. She has been a company member of Boston Youth Moves and a teen apprentice for Boston Community Dance Project. If you're interested in any of these classes, please join the Facebook group "Homeschool Dance Classes with Larissa Fogg" or email Drop-in students are welcome.

Homeschool Teen Contemporary

Homeschool Farm Science Program

Cedar Circle Farm and Education Center (in East Thetford, VT) is adding to our repertoire of programs by initiating an outdoor science and agriculture education program for homeschool students, ages 6–11.

The program year includes three sessions which begin in the fall and continue throughout the winter and spring. Our farm is an incredible outdoor classroom with our production fields, forested areas, orchard, and riparian area along the Connecticut River.

Our Fall 2015 session begins on September 22 and runs through October 27.

Homeschool Gym at the Tilton Sports Center

A supervised obstacle course for the older children, fields available for our Nerf and sports fans, basketball court, and a bouncy blow up house as well. Please click on the link below to learn about the obstacle course that will be available for anyone ages 10 and up including adults.

Seacoast Voices--online paper for middle school students

Are you a middle school student who is interested in writing or art?
Seacoast Voices, an online newspaper, seeks to showcase your news articles,
opinions, creative writing and artwork. Gautam Ramesh, a sophomore at Phillips
Exeter Academy and a Brentwood resident, founded Seacoast Voices to provide
a public forum for Seacoast middle school students to voice their opinions and
showcase their talents. For more information, check out the pilot website