Homeschool Programs

With our homeschool programming, students can meet curriculum requirements while developing an understanding of science, the natural world, history, agriculture and art. Other options help children learn recreation skills that will last a lifetime.

Choose from scheduled programs or work with our educators to tailor a program for your homeschool students.

Multiple Parks

Cleary Lake Regional Park

Eastman Nature Center

French Regional Park

Gale Woods Farm

Hyland Hills Ski Area

Lowry Nature Center

Mississippi Gateway Regional Park

Noerenberg Gardens

Silverwood Park

Enroll in a Scheduled Program

Our talented educators create programs throughout the school year. See the current list of offerings, which is updated monthly.

Registration is required for all scheduled homeschool programs. Unless noted, adult leaders are free of charge and required to attend with students ages 11 and younger; students ages 12 and older may attend unaccompanied if they can work independently when needed.

Summer camp registration opens in late February!

  • Priority registration for suburban Hennepin County and Scott County begins Tuesday, February 27 at 7 AM.
  • General registration for everyone begins Thursday, February 29 at 7 AM.

The virtual waiting room will be in place for both priority and general registration.

Check out this year's brochure and learn more about summer camps.

Customize Your Own Program

Let us tailor a program on a topic of your choice for your homeschool family or cooperative. Custom homeschool programs can be held at a time and place convenient to you and feature hands-on experiences for students ages 4 years or older.

Call 763-559-6700 to learn more and begin planning.

Hyland Hills offers special discounts on lift tickets and snow sports rentals for homeschool students on specific dates throughout the season, as well as a Homeschool Student Punch Pass and a ski clinic.

There are plenty of opportunities at Three Rivers for students who are looking to give back! Group and individual service projects include Hyland Hills Ski Patrol, Global Youth Service Day, garlic mustard and buckthorn removals, prairie seed collection and more.

Newsletter

For more great program and activity suggestions for teachers, homeschools, scouts and youth leaders, school groups, sign up to receive the monthly Youth Programs Newsletter.
 

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