With Colorado’s emphasis on educational choice, many families in the Pikes Peak region choose home schooling. Many public school districts and charter schools have enrichment programs and hybrid educational models that support parent-led education. Some provide curricula, and most offer enrichment classes and extracurricular activities through one-day-a-week attendance on campus. Here are some key programs and resources.
Colorado Department of Education
Find information on requirements and links to programs and resources.
Cottage School Program, TCA
The Classical Academy provides Core Knowledge curriculum, character education, PE, art and music for K-8 students, on campus once a week. College Pathways also offers hybrid-online school for grades 7-12 through partnership with Pikes Peak Community College.
Falcon Homeschool Program, D-49
The east-side district offers two programs: Homeschool Enrichment for K-7 and Homeschool Academic for grades 6-12. Services include curriculum lending and weekly classroom and social engagement.
Home School Academy, D-20
Extended curriculum is available through three K-8 programs: Academy of the Arts, STEM, and TRACKS (science and social studies). High School Expeditions explores career, community service and outdoor recreation.
Lewis-Palmer HomeSchool Enrichment Academy (HSEA), D-38
Grades K-8 attend once a week for enrichment in music, art, PE, science, literature, geography and history.
Mountain Vista Home School Academy, D-2
Once-a-week enrichment opportunities include art, math, technology, science, language arts and history for grades K-12.