Make learning fun – or should we say even more fun! – with homeschool programming at Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation. With a schedule of back-to-back programs you’re able to make the most of your time, on the days that work best for you.
From fitness to nature to science & technology, with Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation your kiddo doesn’t have to choose! The best part? You aren’t sacrificing quality for convenience. Our programs are led by area experts. Develop coding skills with Codelicious and explore nature with a resident naturalist who has over 30 years of experience, your kiddo will be learning from the best!
Check back in the fall for more homeschool program offerings! In the meantime, explore our other recreation programs here.
In case of inclement weather, outdoor programs will be canceled or moved indoors. Please call 317.843.3870 to receive the most up-to-date program cancellations and changes.
All of our programs are inclusive. If you or your family member would like to participate in any program or use our facility, we can make modifications to meet your needs. Requests for modifications must be made at least one month before participation.
Hamilton County Homeschool Hoopla
Homeschool families are invited to learn about homeschool programs across Hamilton County on March 19 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Monon Community Center. Fee is $6/family.– Interact with instructors.– Receive info about upcoming programs.– Participate in hands-on demonstrations.– Find Opportunities that fit the needs of your family.– Meet 14 local organizations who offer homeschool programs.– Get hands-on experience with instructors in mini-lessons including sports, art, theater, robotics, engineering and more!
Meet us in the gym! Make friends while learning a variety of games, exercises and sports. Activities include capture the flag, basketball, soccer and more! No class on 1/20, 2/17 or 3/16.
Develop safe and proper archery techniques, improve your hand-eye coordination, and learn about the equipment. Participants will learn proper archery range behavior, how to string a bow, take aim, and shoot at targets. Please wear closed-toe shoes. We will use a recurve bow.
Our resident naturalist will lead you through hands-on activities and experiments through science exploration. Participating in Homeschool Nature helps meet Indiana State science requirements such as life, earth and space as well as geography and more. No class on 2/17 or 4/20.
Splash into fun with other home-schooling families! This course is designed to provide swimmers with free time to enjoy the indoor pools, water features and water slides.
Homeschool Art Adventure
Join us on an art adventure! In this program you will learn different mediums, famous artists, historic artistic movements and make your own artwork to take home! This program can be used to help earn school credit! No class on 1/20 or 3/16.
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