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Option Programs:
These programs generally meet once a week, are often (but not always) most are tuition-free check each to make sure. They all provide social and academic enrichment. The level of structure varies as does the class selection.

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COVA is an online school so no matter where you live you can do them. They have activities, but you can choose to go to them if you want
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Highlands Ranch:
Enrichment Programs - Hands On HomeschoolCredo Academy, Parker, Colorado/303-367-8429 Meets next to CHEC office at 10431 South Parker Road

Email: feedback@credoacademy.com

Front Range Christian
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Front Range Christian Elementary School\303-969-9025
4001 S. Wadsworth Blvd, Littleton, CO 80123
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Montesorri Peaks Academy
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Littleton H.O.P.E.
Classes Held At:
Centennial Community Church,
5890 S. Alkire Street, Littleton, CO 80127
(720) 234-8532

There is also a Broomfield and Arvada location, and they are working on a Highlands ranch one for next year, (2009) call for details!

Call to get more information or let the staff know you’ll be
attending the informational meeting: 303-423-3377

http://hopeoptionschool.org/ Broomfield They will offer services for IEP's or start them if needed. Meets weekly.
OptionsBroomfield@mho.com Contact this email for info on the
Broomfield OPTIONS program. Meets weekly.
There is also a Littleton and Arvada Location.
Woodrow Wilson Academy's Home School Connection - A Fine Arts and Enrichment Program for home schoolers in grades 1-6 Meet on Tuesdays in Westminster and offer home school students Spanish, Art, Music, Performing Arts, Hands-on Science, and Creative Writing.
Phone: 303-431-3694 ext 212 or
E-mail: hsc@wwacademy.org
ASLAND academy is accepting registrations for new students for the fall. I
The school is based on interactive learning with debate, simulation and colloquial for the age 12-17 yrs scholars. The first year curriculum is called Key of Liberty and covers the Revolutionary War and the creation of the US constitution. It involves weekly writing assignments at home and detailed study and journaling of the Constitution.
The second class of the day will cover science the first semester and economics the second. There are also classes for younger students, 9-13 yrs, 6-8 yrs, etc. including nursery.
The school meets on Thursdays near 44th and Indiana St. in Golden from 9 AM to 2 PM.
If interested please contact:
or Karina
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Castle Rock:
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OPTIONS funded by Aurora Public
Schools. Meets weekly.
Aurora Public Schools - Picking Up the PACE
They will offer services for IEP's or start them if needed. Meets weekly.
There is also a Broomfield and Littleton Location.


Home School Program
Enrichment Programs - Hands On Homeschool
F.A.C.E. is a private school for Home schoolers that meets once per week on Fridays in Northglenn. They have a monthly fee for the classes you choose. You can do them and COVA since they are not publicly funded.

Crossroads Baptist Church/Northglenn

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Enrichment Academy

OptionsLongmont@mho.com Contact this email for info on Longmont OPTIONS program. Meets weekly.


lynne@olypen.com Contact this email for info on the Loveland OPTIONS program. Meets weekly

Estes Park:

Enrichment Programs - Hands On Homeschool

Solid Rock Enrichment Program
Classes for home school children. 303-694-6132

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GreenWood Village:
Enrichment Programs - Hands On Homeschool
Here is a list of more! Some of the above are already on this list as well.

Colorado Springs:

Homeschool Booster

Ft. Collins:

Homeschool Booster

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PaulaOrdunez Colorado Virtual Academy (COVA) reopens enrollment 0 Dec 16 2008, 4:44 AM EST by PaulaOrdunez
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Got this in email today

Spread the word—COVA enrollment has reopened!

Due to parent demand, COVA has reopened enrollment for a limited number of students for the 2008-2009 school year. We'd like you to help us spread the word to any friends or family members who might benefit from online learning. Here's what’s happening.

High school enrollment
Colorado students in grades 9-11 now have the opportunity to join COVA for a second-semester start in late January or early February. (Twelfth grade is full, so no new students will be accepted.) Enrollment will be available to students only while space remains, so tell your friends and family today!

High school students who are accepted will access a limited catalog of second-semester course offerings. (No first-semester courses will be offered.)

K-5 enrollment
COVA will accept a limited number of K-5 students for an immediate start (upon approval). No grade 6-8 students will be accepted for enrollment for the 2008-2009 school year; however, students who enroll now will be part of the first enrolling students for the 2009-2010 school year. Enrollment will be open for a limited time only, so time is of the essence!

Find out more
If you have friends or family members who might be interested in COVA, tell them to join us for an online information session in December. We will also have a variety of in-person sessions and Town Hall meetings in January where families will have the opportunity to visit with the new COVA head of school. Be on the lookout for more info in early January!

Call us at 866.339.6816 Visit us online at www.K12.com/cova
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PaulaOrdunez ASLAND academy ~ Just adding a Tid Bit! ;) 4 Dec 14 2008, 5:45 AM EST by PaulaOrdunez
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I would like to add my 2 cents! My kids have also been participating in this school for the past school year. Andrew has been in the Core class (0-8) and Alanna has been in the Love of Learning class (9-12). It should be noted that the ages are loosely followed as the Thomas Jefferson style is to be directed by the kids interests, especially in the younger ages.

The younger classes do work differently than the scholar age classes as there is no set curriculum. This has proven to be a challenge at times for the mentors to try and keep up with all the kids and their varying interests. It has also been a lesson to the kids at times that, because this is a group situation, they will not get to do exactly what they want exactly when they want to.

A minor correction on the scholar classes that will be offered next year. For new students there will be a class following the Uncle Eric series (Whatever Happened to Penny Candy and Whatever Happened to Justice) for half the year with science the other half. There will also be a Shakespeare class offered.

Although, I can't speak for the scholar kids, I can tell you that my kids have been thrilled with the experience and are looking forward to next year.
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PaulaOrdunez Options program off of I-25 and Orchard might close ~ Read below 2 Aug 5 2008, 7:30 AM EDT by PaulaOrdunez
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I received this e-mail about the Thursday Options school at Orchard & I25. It sounds like a wonderful enrichment program but is in danger of being canceled because of too low of enrollment. I know many of the classes are combined (this girls would be in the 3&4th grade class) and the class size is still small.

Hello to all you registered and prospective Options families!

My name is Sue Russell. This summer I have been training under Renee Rodriguez to be full time coordinator for the Thursday Options site at Orchard Road and I-25. I have a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and am less than a year away from completing my Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction. I homeschooled my two sons from 1990 to 2006. We participated in the Options program during their 8th grade and high school years, and I taught science and geography for Options for three years.
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