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Homeschool high school students in Charlotte NC can submit art and literature to the Phoenix, an online homeschool literary art magazine.

Homeschool Literary and Art Magazine

 

The Phoenix is an online literary and art magazine featuring the works of homeschool high school students published quarterly. Issues of The Phoenix will include short stories, essays, poems, and images by homeschool high school students, grades 9th-12th.

STEM Prep for High School Minority Students CPCC 2017

 

Homeschool Students Welcome to Apply to CPCC's Summer STEM Prep for Under-Represented Minority Students 

 

STEM Prep is an 8 week academic enrichment program for under-represented minority (URM) high school rising 11th and 12th graders that are interested in pursuing bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering or mathematics disciplines.

Think it plan it make it class at Beatties Ford Library beginning May 30, 2017, grades 3-5, great opportunity for homeschool students in the greater Charlotte area.

Free  Six Week Think It, Plan It, MAKE IT, Workshop Grades 3-5

Join the MAKE movement as you create, build, innovate, design, improve, hack, push boundaries and solve problems. Embark on a series of projects that highlight STEM concepts, allow for self-expression, foster teamwork and improve critical thinking. Experience a different make project each week.  Beatties Ford Library.  Registration required!

 

Support Group Information Tea, Charlotte, NC

CENTRAL HOMESCHOOL SUPPORT GROUP TEA

Date:  Thursday, May 11, 2017

Time:  1:30-3:30PM

Please join us for tea and to hear about next year's activities for 2017-2018!    Come wear your favorite tea party hat and qualify for the Grand prize:  free membership for the year 2017-2018!!           

RSVP Required!

Robotics Workshop for Homeschoolers Grades 3-5 at West Blvd Library

FREE Six Week Robotics Workshop for Grades 3-5

Give your homeschool student the opportunity to learn about robotics. This six week workshop will expose students to four types of robots, critical thinking, problem solving, and programming.

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