Looking for a reading, writing, or language classes outside the house for your homeschool student? Here’s a list of opportunities in the Upstate.
Need additional homeschool resources? Be sure to check out our Ultimate Homeschool Guide to the Upstate.
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Early College (Dual Enrollment) at Greenville Technical College (GTC) is designed for motivated high-school-age students from Greenville County schools, charter schools, private schools, online academies, homeschool, etc., who seek academic challenges and want to get a head start on advanced academic goals.
Getting an early start on college credits will:
Visit www.gvltec.edu/early-college/ to learn more.
Tours and group reservations are currently limited in number, so please contact the farm before submitting a form to visit.
Carl Sandburg Home also offer online virtual lessons. These are not live presentations, but rather virtual lesson plans. Students can learn about the Sandburg family and the significance of Carl Sandburg’s writing. Here are the virtual lesson plans.
This historic estate of poet Carl Sandburg in nearby Flat Rock, NC offers a 1-2 hour educational tour for groups that include writing activities, house tour, and farm visits.
The library offers several virtual and in-person programs, some of which include take-home kits that can be requested online. Topics include history, art, and science.
The Greenville Library offers field trips including story times, a look-and-find tour, reference tours and more.
The UCHU (United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited) offers virtual classes in instrumentals, reading, mindfulness and yoga, drawing, high school courses, and more.
Offers: Bi-weekly French courses and Monthly French club
Registration is open for August 2022.
French courses: children are grouped based on French-language skill level.
Ages: 1st grade through 5th grade
Classes meet twice per week after school hours; Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday.
Sessions are 1.5 hours long.
Courses are academically structured through frequent meetings and discussions.
French Club: Saturdays, once per month from 9 am – 12 pm.
Two age groups are offered, 6-8 years old and 9-12 years old.
10 total meets per year beginning in August.
French Club offers a playful learning environment with less academic structure. Children will enjoy activities, games, workshops, and more with instructor Claire Rouvery.