Secular Classes

COVID UPDATE - I do not know which of these schools are meeting in person or online. But the links below should mostly still work and there should be contact information on their website.

Secular Groups and Classes

  • The Stem Hangar - Woodstock, GAWe offer activity-based enrichment classes and camps focusing on STEM and Art for students in grades 1-8. Our focus is on creating an active learning space where children ages 6-13 can investigate through hands-on participation, experimentation, and healthy competition. Our desire is to provide children access to fun and challenging enrichment  experiences and camps related to STEM.

  • SE Homeschool Field Trips - This group is the place to share any family friendly events, fieldtripping coupons/deals, homeschool days, or other fantastic fieldtrip ideas with fellow SE adventure seeking parents. Bloggers feel free to share your fieldtrip reviews or other fieldtripping related posts! This group is for the SE United States (AL, GA, SC, TN, FL, NC)

  • Cobb & Cherokee Secular Inclusive Homeschoolers FB Page - "We are a geographically specific homeschooling activity group in and around the cities of Marietta, Kennesaw, and Woodstock, Georgia. We get together for informal, affordable activities and we plan learning activities to coincide with our adventures. We provide a fun and supportive social structure for homeschooling families to share regular events and activities with each other."

  • Canton Homeschool Resources - Canton, GA - K - 12th Grade -  individualized hands-on, activity based curriculum at affordable prices for grades K-12 in our little yellow schoolhouse in downtown Canton.  We invite your child to join us 1-5 days a week in our hybrid homeschool program, a la carte classes, independent study, high school credit recovery, tutoring, or summer camps. We customize our program to meet the individual needs of our families and students. All academic classes are taught by certified teachers.Our curriculum is a mix of both Christian-based and secular material, but our focus is on academics. We accept students from all faiths and do not require a declaration of faith statement

  • The Homeschool Consortium - Kennesaw, GA - Our model is to bring beloved teachers together under one roof, each teacher independently offering classes with a reputation for being engaging – even fun! – as well as academically suited to all kinds and levels of learners. We partner with parents to help you help your kids reach their fullest potentialWe are a community of people from a wide range of world views and religions, and we’re all committed to learning to treat each other with respect.

  • STAC: Space, Time and Community - Marietta, GA -  Ages 4 - High School - An inclusive community providing secular classes and activities for homeschooling families. STAC offers classes Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 AM to 3:25 PM, and Fridays from 10 AM to 12 PM. Our open-play group (CHAOS) meets Fridays from 12 PM to 3 PM

  • Amplify Homeschool -  Marietta/Kennesaw, GA -  Mondays and Fridays at Noonday Baptist Church  - PreK - High School - We differ from other co-ops and homeschool programs in our approach to classes. Instead of single subject based classes we offer a unit study/project based class structure. What does that mean? We will take a topic, such as engineering, Shakespeare, art, etc., and study it in depth for several weeks. Our goal is complete immersion in a topic and exploring every facet of it in a fun and dynamic way. We don’t believe in worksheets or busy work, all class time will be devoted to creative learning. We also offer bonus science club, science labs and history club outside of our regular Amplify hours.

  • Discovery Science Center - Roswell, GA -  Classes for ages 5+.  Academic courses at Discover Science Center are designed by PhD scientists to provide comprehensive coverage of the subject matter in a fun, engaging way. Material is taught through class demonstrations, hands-on activities and take home assignments. Courses are divided into four, 6-week units. It is recommended that students participate in all units of the series, but it is not required. A minimum of 6 participants is required for each course. Non-member/Member registration fees. 

  • Georgia Home Education Association - Website provides helpful information to homeschoolers and those interested in homeschooling. Provides counseling and referrals to local support groups for new homeschoolers and those moving to Georgia. Organizes an annual Capitol Day where legislators have the opportunity to meet homeschoolers and see first hand the benefits.

  • Mable House Arts Center - Once a week, we offer home school enrichment classes. Each class is a 9 week session of learning, often having cross disciplines, such as art and science, or art and English. The classes are programmed so that children ages 5-9 can take multiple classes in a day, creating a weekly learning environment that allows for full creativity

  • Independent Study Academy - accredited (Georgia Accrediting Commission-GAC) independent educational service that provides customized educational programs for individuals or small groups of students for whom the traditional classroom model does not fit. Alpharetta, GA

  • Atlanta Homeschool Cooperative - (AHC) - inclusive community of families who share activities, ideas, and resources.  Our primary mission is to build a supportive community and connections between homeschooling parents and children in the Atlanta Area.  We welcome all kinds of people and hope to be as diverse as the homeschooling population.

  • Learning for Life -  A full service small-class and tutoring service for public, private or home schooled

  • students in Cobb County, Georgia including Kennesaw and Marietta

  • Natural Learning Alternative - We are an alternative to traditional Preschool as well as a support group for "like-minded" parents and Homeschoolers. We are child-led, play and nature based.

  • Circle of Friends: Support for Home Educators - Lithia Springs, GA - Circle of Friends: Support for Home Educators is a group of families who meet together for the express purpose of supporting each other and planning social and educational events (this includes, but is not limited to, field trips and play days) for any home educated families (regardless of religion or philosophy) in the area. The group was established in 1998 and is held together by the commonality of home education