Woodrow Wilson Academy's Home School Connection (HSC for short!) is a free, fine arts enrichment program offered to home school students between 5 to 12 years of age. Students attend one day a week and take six elective classes. Our subjects include art, home economics, martial arts, social studies, theatre, physical education, music, science, technology, and more!
Our program is designed to supplement the learning your students receive at home, not replace it. We offer the unique opportunity for homeschool students to take classes in a peer-setting. HSC helps connect students with their peers and builds community among homeschool families.
We offer classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Westminster at Family in Christ Church, on Thursdays in Evergreen at Aspen Ridge Church, and on Fridays in Lakewood at Lakewood Church of Christ. HSC is inclusive to all types of homeschool families, and while we host our program in different church spaces, we are not affiliated with any of our churches.
To find out on how to enroll your student at HSC, please visit our Enrollment Page.
Our Mission Statement
At Woodrow Wilson Academy's Homeschool Connection, we strive to enhance the learning that our students are receiving at home, not replace it. Through our fine arts and enrichment-based classes, we seek to provide learning opportunities that might be more difficult to teach at home or are simply more effective in a group setting. Our main goal is to provide a community for homeschoolers in the Denver Metro Area, and to provide a space where students can learn, grow, and play together.
In 2003, a group of homeschool parents approached Tim Matlick, who was an administrator at Woodrow Wilson Academy Charter School, looking for an enrichment program for their children. Together, they created a fine arts and enrichment program that has grown into HSC!