Resource Center

Homeschool Classes and Programs

ABOUT THE RESOURCE CENTER

Voyagers Resource Center is a center for the whole homeschooling community, where you can attend a social event, come to a talk for homeschooling parents, or sign your kids up for a drop-off class. 

Is there a program you would like to offer the homeschooling community? Voyagers Resource Center may be able to help. Contact our Resource Center Director for details. 

Voyagers Mock Trial Team
Mock Trial Team
Kid presenting Cookie Science project at Voyager's Science Fair

CLASSES

The Resource Center offers programs in a variety of areas: science (and science fairs!), math, social studies, language arts, foreign languages, mock trial, music, and more. Many of them are drop-off classes. The line-up changes every semester so be sure to check often!

2019 Fall Line-Up

More coming soon!

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A Capella

Come learn how to sing together as a group and make music without any instruments.

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Big History Project Part 3

In this third and final semester we will cover human history from the Roman Empire through the modern revolution, ending with speculations about the future.

A microscopic view of a virus.

Biology

This course will cover biology from its fundamental principles through cutting-edge synthetic biology and drug discovery.

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Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

This class will discuss the "Big Questions" of life and introduce middle-schoolers to the type of close reading they will have to do in coming years.

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Math Club

Participants will work to develop intuitive thinking skills and learn new types of math beyond the basics.

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Mock Trial Team

Voyagers Mock Trial Team will study civil and criminal law, rules of evidence, and courtroom trial procedures

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Physics

This course will present an overview of physics, ranging from Newton's laws to relativity and quantum physics. Classes will focus on hands-on lab activities.

A map of the United States with the flag as the background.

Red State/Blue State

We will investigate the clash between urban/liberal/Democratic "blue" states and rural/conservative/Republican "red" states.

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Science Fiction and Social Issues

Racism. Sexism. War. Colonialism. Homophobia. Ecological collapse. In this group we will use the lens of science fiction to examine current events.

PRESENTATIONS

Voyagers hosts several information sessions for parents throughout the year. Some examples of past talks: MCC Dual Enrollment, Intro to Homeschooling, SENG, and Homeschooling with Learning Differences.

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Teens singing and playing guitar at Voyager's Cocoa House event.

SOCIAL EVENTS

Voyagers Cocoa House is an evening filled with live music and entertainment provided by singers, songwriters, poets and instrumentalists, dancers, and comics from Voyagers and the homeschooling community.  We also host various tween and teen get-togethers: game nights and dances among them. Keep an eye on the calendar for upcoming social events!

EXAMS

The Resource Center hosts various exams for the homeschooling community during the year: MOEMS Math Olympiads, National Latin Exam, National Mythology Exam, and the AMC.

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Registration for Fall Coop & Resource Center programs is now open!